All posts by Michel d. S. Mesquita

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  • AGU Fall 2014 Meeting Outstanding Student Paper Award

    Posted 11/14/14

    AGU is looking for volunteer judges to the AGU Fall 2014 Meeting Outstanding Student Paper Award (OSPA). If you are interested, please, contact Yolanda Roberts at yolanda.l.roberts@nasa.gov or visit the OSPA website at http://ospa.agu.org/ospa/   

  • Five floods in five seasons

    Posted 10/24/14

    An article in the Herald discusses how Pakistan is copying with flood events. In fact, they have had five floods in five seasons. This has disrupted the lives of many over there. Click here for the full article.

  • Vote in the AGU 2014 Election

    Posted 08/21/14

    Article written by: AGU, USA The AGU 2014 Election is underway and members are electing leaders for the next term, which starts 1 January 2015. Elected AGU leaders will serve two years and will play an essential role in decisions on how to better serve and engage members in the advancement of AGU’s mission and vision. […]

  • Vote in the AGU 2014 Election

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    Article written by: AGU, USA The AGU 2014 Election is underway and members are electing leaders for the next term, which starts 1 January 2015. Elected AGU leaders will serve two years and will play an essential role in decisions on how to better serve and engage members in the advancement of AGU’s mission and […]

  • Tim Palmer receives the 2014 Dirac gold medal

    Posted 07/21/14

    Article written by: Dr. Peter Webster (AGU, USA) The Institute of Physics is one of the premier scientific organizations in the United Kingdom. It fosters excellence in physics through a variety of efforts in the same manner as the American Geophysics Union and the American Meteorological society fosters geophysics, meteorology and oceanography.  Foremost in the […]

  • Tim Palmer receives 2014 Dirac Gold medal

    Posted 07/19/14

    Tim Palmer, Professor at Oxford, and one of our AGU fellows, has received the 2014 Dirac Gold medal. This is a remarkable achievement in so many ways. It is extremely prestigious, on one hand, and it has been awarded to one working in geophysics for the first time! – Peter Webster  

  • Research Travel to Cuba

    Posted 06/25/14

    Article written by: Prof. Alan Robock (Rutgers, USA) Scientists on the roof of INSMET (Cuban Institute of Meteorology) during the December 14, 2011, visit, with Havana in the background. Left-to-right: Juan Carlos Peláez, Daniel Martínez, Anne M. Thompson, Alan Robock, Pablo Varona, and Mario Gutiérrez.    The President of the AGU Atmospheric Sciences Section, Anne M. […]

  • Interested in writing an article for our Newsletter?

    Posted 04/08/14

    We are looking for articles to the next issue of the AGU Atmospheric Sciences Section Newsletter! The articles can be of any topics related to Atmospheric Sciences research. You may write a short or long article, depending on your interest. Interested? So, send an e-mail to our Editor, Violeta Toma. She’ll be glad to hear […]

  • 2014 Honors nominations due April 15

    Posted 04/04/14

    Dear Colleagues, The Atmospheric Sciences (AS) section depends on your active engagement for its continued success. Please take a few moments to consider nominating an outstanding individual for one of our Atmospheric Sciences section awards or an AGU Union award, medal, or prize. AGU’s diverse awards program recognizes members in all career stages, including early […]

  • Winner of the 2013 Kaufman Award

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    The winner of the 2013 Kaufman Award is Samuel J. Oltmans (CIRES, University of Colorado). Congratulations!

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