U23A - Lightning Talks IV: Young Scientists Views of the Future
Lecture Instructional
The past one hundred years have yielded great scientific discoveries in the Earth sciences that have changed the way we understand and interact with our natural environment. This session highlights discussions and insights from the younger generation of Earth scientists (graduate students, postdocs, early career) on what the next 100 years will, or should, look like for this community, and for society and the planet as a whole. What are the grand challenges of the next 50-100 years for the Earth science community, and society as a whole? How are new developments in science, research, approaches, technologies, the movement towards convergent, interdisciplinary science going to help secure a habitable future Earth? How can funding and opportunities for Earth Science research be increased, especially for underrepresented groups? This AGU Centennial Earth Covering Neighborhood Day lightning talks session will present several 8-minute talks that will address some of these questions and beyond.

December 2019

From Tuesday, 10 December 2019 01:40 PM

To Tuesday, 10 December 2019 02:50 PM

Centennial Central, Inspire Stage
Moscone South, Hall D