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1. Find out what's new (and important) in the Earth and space sciences
The American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting returns to the Moscone Convention Center, located at 747 Howard Street in San Francisco, California. The dates are MondayFriday, 13-17 December 2010. Over 16,000 scientists from all over the world are expected to assemble for this premier meeting of the Earth and space sciences. The meeting will take place in the convention center's West and South buildings.
For journalists, Fall Meeting is an opportunity to learn about the latest research in fields as diverse as climate change, space weather, planetary exploration, volcanism and seismology, and Earth's magnetic fieldjust for starters. The preliminary program lists over 770 scientific sessions, which are described at http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/program/scientific_session_search.php (click on "Search" for full list of topics, including descriptions). Note: some of these proposed sessions may be dropped or modified, and others added, depending upon abstracts received by the 2 September deadline.
For public information officers of universities, government agencies, and research institutions, Fall Meeting is an opportunity to present your research to more than 150 reporters through press releases, participation by your scientists in press conferences, and of course, one-on-one contact with the media. Please get in touch with us if you are interested in pitching us press conference ideas.
A link to our on-line News Media Registration Form for use by both reporters and P
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American Geophysical Union