AGU Fall Meeting 2021

Hawaiʻi EPSCoRʻs Track 1 ʻIke Wai project will be featured at this yearʻs AGU Meeting.

AGU Fall Meeting is the most influential event in the world dedicated to the advancement of Earth and space sciences.

Every year, AGU Fall Meeting  unites >25,000 attendees from 100+ countries in the Earth and space sciences community to share their work and ideas and discuss solutions to the largest challenges facing our planet. Indeed, the meeting theme this year is “Science is Society,” and many sessions and plenary talks will explore this important connection.

This year, you can attend either in-person or online (or a mix of both). In either case, you can present your work as well as access all of the other sessions and content online during and after the meeting. Attendees can design their own unique experience through the meetings’ many innovative sessions and events, audience participation and engagement, both online and in-person. If you choose to attend in-person, AGU expects COVID-19 Protocols will attend #AGU21 in-person in New Orleans.

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