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This is a collection of some of our most frequently asked questions. If you can't find an answer to your question, please contact us at [email protected].

General

WaterSciCon24 will be held at the Saint Paul RiverCentre in St. Paul, MN.

175 West Kellogg Boulevard
Saint Paul, MN 55102

WaterSciCon 2024 will be held the week of 23 June 2023.
WaterSciCon24 is a hands-on learning experience with more than three dozen learning workshops supplementing and complementing the scientific sessions, town halls, and other specific programming. Because of the hands-on nature of the sessions, the meeting will be held onsite in St. Paul. Additionally, sessions will be recorded for on-demand viewing online.
Childcare will not be provided onsite. Caregivers can attend the meeting for free.
AGU and CUAHSI welcome those who assist others in need during WaterSciCon. Caregivers are individuals who are at the meeting to assist with childcare or those with ADA needs. Individuals may register for free at any registration counter on-site; valid identification is required.
Registration will open in early 2024. Please visit the website for updates.

More information on housing will be announced. AGU does have multiple hotels in the block at various price points. Please remember that booking in the hotel block helps keep prices for hotels and registration low as cities normally provide better rates to meetings with blocks. By staying in a hotel block, attendees gain the opportunity to further network with industry peers and remain in the center of the activity surrounding the conference.

Please visit the website soon for updates.

This is the second WaterSciCon conference and we expect to build from the inaugural meeting in 2022. We expect up to 1000 attendees.
No, all members of the water community are welcome to attend.
The health and safety of our attendees is top of mind, and we are committed to making #WaterSciCon24 as safe as possible. Please keep checking our website for updates.
WaterSciCon will begin accepting ancillary meeting room requests in early 2024. A fee will apply to all ancillaries.

Abstracts

  • The presenting author must register for and attend WaterSciCon24.
  • Session chairs and all presenters must pay a registration fee if they are attending and/or presenting at WaterSciCon24.
  • Chairs listed on a proposal do not need to register for WaterSciCon24 if they will not attend the meeting.

Please cite as:
Author(s) (2024), Title, Abstract (Final paper number, ex: 103-02) presented at WaterSciCon24, 24-27 June.

The call for abstracts will be open from 7 December 2023 to 24 January (23:59 EDT/03:59 +1 UTC).

Authors will be notified of the acceptance, format and schedule of their abstracts in late March 2024.

Messages regarding the WaterSciCon scientific program are sent via [email protected]. Please check your junk or spam filter. Note: this email address is not monitored.

If you have questions, please contact the Scientific Program Team.

The meeting will be held onsite in St. Paul, Minn. Presenters who are not able to attend onsite can record a presentation that can be played in St. Paul. The presentation will then be available for on-demand, online viewing. Presenters who record a presentation must pay a registration fee, even if they are not able to travel to St. Paul.

The abstract submission guidelines and link to the submission site can be found in the Present section of the WaterSciCon24 site. If you have any questions please contact WaterSciCon’s Scientific Program Team.

First authors can submit two (2) contributed abstracts to ANY topic areas.
The person submitting the abstract will automatically be listed as the first and presenting author. The first author cannot be modified.
A first author may elect to designate a co-author to present the abstract at the meeting. The presenting author must register for the meeting in order to make the presentation. There are no Invited abstracts.

Yes. The abstract submission fee is a required and non-refundable processing fee, separate from meeting registration fees, and is not based on approval of your abstract submission or attendance at the meeting. The abstract submission fees are:

  • Regular submission — $75
  • Student submission — $45
  • Exception: There are no abstract submission fees for individuals residing in qualifying low-income or lower-middle income countries, as defined by the World Bank.

Session Proposals

  • All session chairs and all presenters must pay a registration fee if they are attending and/or presenting at WaterSciCon24.
  • Conveners listed on a proposal do not need to register for WaterSciCon24 if they will not attend the meeting.
No, membership is not a requirement.

There is no fee to submit a session topic.

All first authors who submit an abstract to a session are subject to the abstract submission fee. Presenting authors and session chairs must pay the meeting registration fee.

Please check the website for updates on session formats.