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AGU  2000 Fall Meeting

December 15-19, 2000
San Francisco, California

Sponsored by:American Geophysical Union

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The 2000 Fall Meeting offered 5 days of scientific programming, beginning Friday, December 15, through Tuesday, December 19, 2000. The Fall Meeting returned to San Francisco, California and the Moscone Convention Center.


This meeting provides an outstanding opportunity for researchers, teachers, students, and consultants to review the latest issues affecting the Earth, the planets, and their environment in space.

You may contribute to the success of this meeting by having suggested a special meeting topic or session. Approved topics and sessions are available on the web.You may also submit anabstract and attend the meeting. This meeting will cover topics in all areas of geophysical sciences, and therefore contributed papers on any topic in geophysics are encouraged. Because of the close ties between many aspects of geophysics, special steps are being taken to facilitate sessions involving multiple sections. These include the scheduling of Union sessions and the joint sponsorship of sessions by multiple sections.

This meeting specifically targets themes that cut across multiple disciplines, providing attendees with different avenues in which to find sessions in their particular areas of interest.

Cooperating Societies

Members of these cooperating societies may register at the 'member' rates.

Something for Everyone

In addition to providing an exciting scientific program and excellent networking opportunities, the 2000 Fall Meeting offered these benefits:

Workshops of special interest for educators, teaching faculty, and scientists and engineers seeking new career strategies.

For additional information contact: AGU Meetings Department
2000 Fall Meeting
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Washington, DC20009
Phone: 1-202-462-6900 (in Washington, D.C. area and outside North America)
1-800-966-2481(toll-free in North America) 
Fax: 1-202-328-0566 
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