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General abstract submissions are closed.
Abstract submissions are still open for the Late-Breaking/Trending Sessions for AGU23 on the following topics. Please click on the session title below to view the session description.
Abstract submission, including membership and abstract fee policies apply; however submissions are welcome even if you already have another first-authored abstract. Please note that you cannot re-submit the same abstract for a late-breaking session; all submissions must be different.
Deadline of Wednesday, 18 October 23:59 EDT/03:59 +1 GMT.
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Late Breaking Contributions for the Maui and Canadian Wildfires and 2023 Cyclone Activity
Recently, extreme natural events from Maui, Hawaii and Canada caused huge damages to the North American continent, and Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Several tropical storms, typhoons, and hurricanes have also resulted in devastating losses to the land and resources. This late-breaking session seeks a wide breadth of contributions regarding the fires from Maui, Canada, and the 2023 cyclone storm season. Presentations can include results from numerical modeling, in situ observing, and high-resolution remote sensing of the fires and storms and their impacts (storm surge, flooding, infrastructure damage, coastal landscape changes), as well as disaster response, policy implications, impacts on the environment and human health, assessment of economic losses, and social disturbances. Analyses of anomalous oceanographic, atmospheric, and climatic factors contributing to the phenomena are also welcome.
Steps to Submitting an Abstract
The program committee will decide which session type your abstract may be assigned to. Familiarize yourself with the various types.
When you submit your abstract, you will need to indicate whether you will attend in-person in San Francisco or online-only. Abstracts will be scheduled by session conveners in oral (hybrid), eLightning (in-person only) or poster sessions based on this selection.
Please note, for poster sessions only: if you indicate that you are participating online and scheduled in a poster session by the sessions conveners, online poster sessions will be scheduled in late January, 2024. There is no hybrid option for poster sessions in San Francisco. You cannot change your presentation location after the abstract submission deadline has passed, please keep this in mind while making your location selection during abstract submission.
This processing fee is non-refundable.
Notifications of acceptance or rejection will be sent in early October. If you have any questions, please contact AGU.
Submitted abstracts may be edited as needed or transferred to another session until submissions close on 2 August (23:59 EDT/03:59 +1 GMT). Do not withdraw a paid abstract submission to make edits.
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The presenting author must register for and attend AGU23, either online or in person.
The abstract submission fee is:
- a required and non-refundable processing fee.
- separate from membership dues and meeting registration fees.
- not based on approval of your abstract submission or attendance at the meeting.
- payable by credit card only; wire payments or purchase orders cannot be accommodated.
Edits, Transfers, and Withdrawals
- Refunds will not be issued for abstracts that are withdrawn and resubmitted.
- Payment will be required for any resubmissions.
- Do not withdraw a paid abstract submission to make edits or submit a new abstract.
- You may edit a submitted abstract until the submission deadline.
- For assistance with editing or transferring an abstract, contact AGU’s Scientific Program Team.
Letter of Invitation
After submitting an abstract, you can automatically generate a letter of invitation via the control panel within your abstract submission or through the abstract submission system. If you require a letter of invitation before submitting an abstract or you will not be submitting an abstract, you must request one via email.
How to Write an AGU Abstract
Review this Eos article for pointers on how to write an abstract for an AGU meeting.
Citing an Abstract
Authors (or their institutions or funders) retain copyright of their abstract.
Authors can acknowledge scientific teams or collaborators, data, and software within their abstract text or using the “Add Team” function within the abstract submission form's author list step.
Authors may submit abstracts for work that has been published in journals or presented at other scientific meetings. The work should be current and provide new data and results since any previous presentations.
If you wish to cite an abstract presented at AGU23, please cite as: Author(s) (2023), Title, Abstract (Final paper number, ex: AE14B-1234) presented at AGU23, 11-15 Dec.
Student Travel Grants
Discover available student and early career travel grants to help you attend AGU23.
Berkner Fellowships provide funding for early career scientists and students from countries designated by the World Bank as "low" or "lower-middle" income to present research at AGU-sponsored meetings.
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AGU Authorship Policy and AI Tools
Artificial intelligence systems cannot be considered authors, but their use in writing or other aspects of the work should be transparent and described within the methods.
Review AGU’s Ethics Policy and utilize plagiarism detection software from iThenticate upon submission to identify any duplication.
Publicity for Meeting Abstracts
If you think your session or abstract is newsworthy, you can tell AGU's public information office about it for potential publicity.
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