Thursday, December 10, 2009

AGU Fall 2009 Meeting News Updates

Whether you are a first time attendee or a seasoned AGU member, you'll find a robust program covering all areas of Earth and space science. In addition to 1,293 sessions and 15,516 presentations, the AGU 2009 Fall meeting offers 15 named lectures, 24 Town Hall meetings and even webcasts! There are workshops to help you learn how to promote your work and spread news about science, a Career Center to help you find a job, 220 Exhibits and we expect to host 16,000 scientists from around the world!

Kickoff the AGU Fall 2009 Meeting with the Open Member Meeting on Sunday, 13 December, 1615h-1715h, Moscone West, Rooms 2020-2024. Join your fellow members and elected officers for a presentation, "A Time of Transition: Member Open Forum," and learn about the Union's plans for the future. An Icebreaker reception will be held immediately afterward, 1730-1900h, Moscone West.

AGU Important Information for Attendees

Registration Hours:
Sunday: 1200h -1830h
Monday-Tuesday: 0700h-1700h
Wednesday-Friday: 0730h-17:00h

Open Member Meeting:
Sunday, 13 December
Moscone West
Rooms 2020-2024

Exhibit Hall Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday, 0930h-1800h
Friday, 0930h-1200h

The AGU booth (#701) will also be open Monday, 14 December from 0930h-1800h.

Visit the AGU booth and enter to win an iPod Touch!


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