The 2018 AGU Fall Meeting marks the start of AGU's Centennial celebration. The meeting will be held December 10-14 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The Centennial will celebrate the past, present and future of the Earth and space sciences, and will demonstrate how our science is strong, vibrant, global, and essential in many ways to society. The theme of the 2018 meeting is: What science stands for.
Find a list of AGU sessions, abstracts, and events associated with the U.S. CZO program linked below.
At the Meeting
CZO personnel will be available to meet with you in the Exhibit Hall throughout the meeting - please stop by Booth #800 to say hello and learn about what is new in the CZO program heading into 2019.
The CZOs will also host a Town Hall, "Critical Zone Observatories: Platforms for Collaborative Science," on Thursday, December 13th from 12:30 - 1:30 pm (local time) in the Marriott Marquis - Marquis A-C. Light refreshments will be served. CZO PIs Praveen Kumar and Bill Dietrich will present, “Outcomes and Impact From a Decade of the U.S. CZO Program (2007-2018),” followed by NSF funding opportunities presented by CZO NSF Program Director Richard Yuretich.
Follow us on Twitter at @criticalzoneorg for updates throughout AGU.
Two-page handouts with overviews and examples are available at the booth.