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These guidelines apply to session proposals and abstract submissions for all AGU meetings. Session conveners should consider these standards when reviewing abstract submissions. Researchers should review these standards when preparing their abstract submissions. Specific guidelines for each meeting are posted on their respective sites.
AGU meetings foster learning and collaboration and enhance perspectives across Earth and space science.
The Fall Meeting Program Committee is responsible for developing and organizing the entire scientific program. The committee members, under the direction of the Fall Meeting Program Committee chair, are essential to implementing strategies that achieve the AGU Board’s objectives to create innovative and impactful scientific meetings and to develop a dynamic program for the AGU Fall Meeting.
Conveners are to present a concise and accurate account of the research involved as well as an objective discussion of its significance. Conveners are responsible for adhering to specific guidelines and policies related to the meeting and must assist in promoting their session once it is approved by the program committee. They are responsible for reviewing abstracts submitted to their session and are allowed to submit abstracts to their own session but are NOT allowed to be invited authors and cannot be scheduled as an oral presentation in their own session.
Conveners have the following additional responsibilities: