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  • Snapshots taken at the 2016 AGU AS Awards Banquet

    Posted 01/16/17

    “Snapshots taken at the 2016 AGU AS Awards Banquet” To all who attended the 2016 AS Awards Banquet, Thank you for your attending the AGU fall meeting and coming to the 2016 AS Banquet. We hope everyone had a good time, enjoying good food and drinks, great company, and wonderful speeches by the sponsors and […]

  • Atmospheric Sciences Invitation to 2017 JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting

    Posted 10/12/16

    Dear AGU Atmospheric Sciences Members: I would like to draw your attention to the following announcement of the first joint meeting of the Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) and AGU, to be held 20–25 May 2017 in Chiba, Japan. The theme of this joint meeting is “For a Borderless World of Geoscience.” For Atmospheric Sciences, sessions will […]

  • Atmospheric Sciences Section Newsletter: 2016 Fall Meeting Update

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    Dear Atmospheric Sciences colleagues, The AGU Fall meeting is just around the corner. The Atmospheric Sciences Fall Meeting Committee has a very exciting AS program planned for you. Please check out the full AS and joint programs by clicking HERE. You can also view the 2016 AGU SWIRL themes by clickingHERE. AS Section awards will […]

  • Atmospheric Sciences Section Open Letter: June 2016

    Posted 06/15/16

    PDF: Open-Letter-June2016.pdf Web Version: https://www.magnetmail.net/actions/email_web_version.cfm?recipient_id=1021832706&message_id=13083884&user_id=AGU_&group_id=2103738&jobid=34159352 Dear Member of the Atmospheric Sciences Community: The recently initiated decadal survey, Earth Science and Applications From Space (ESAS 2017), is moving along fast. I am writing on behalf of the ESAS 2017 steering committee to bring to your attention a request for community input by 30 June 2016. This request […]

  • DCMIP2016: Open for Applications!

    Posted 02/16/16

    DCMIP2016-Flyer To whom it may concern: I would like to ask you to forward the attached flyer to relevant colleagues and email lists at your institutions. The Dynamical Core Model Intercomparison Project (DCMIP) organizing committee is happy to announce that applications are now being accepted for students and postdoctoral scholars to participate in the 2016 […]

  • AGU instituted a new member giving incentive program that provides our Section with up to $5,000 in unrestricted funding

    Posted 09/30/15

    Dear AGU Atmospheric Science Colleagues: I am pleased to inform you that AGU has recently instituted a new member giving incentive program that could provide our Section/Focus Group with up to $5,000 in unrestricted funding. The program payouts are based on the rate of participation of members (excluding students) primarily affiliated with our Section/Focus Group. […]

  • Congratulations to the Atmospheric Science winners of the 2015 AGU Honors, AGU Fellow and Section Awards

    Posted 09/29/15

    Dear Colleagues, Please join me in congratulating the Atmospheric Science winners of the 2015 AGU Honors, AGU fellows and Section Awardees. These awardees are selected based on outstanding contributions to Earth sciences by members of the Atmospheric Science section, as recognized by peers and vetted by AGU selection committees. This year we received a large […]

  • 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. […]

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