By
Jacob Reed
NASA Disasters
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The 2021 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting is taking place from Dec. 13 - 17, 2021, as a hybrid in-person and virtual meeting. Members of NASA's Earth Applied Sciences Disasters program area will be attending, giving talks, presenting posters, and teaching people about the program and the services it provides.


NASA Earth Science Virtual Exhibit

Note: This resource is also available to non-AGU attendees. 

Explore NASA Earth Science resources and how they impact your life. Learn how NASA is at your table and the impact of rising seas, learn how to find and use Earth science data, dive into Earth technology and opportunities for students and educators, and take a look at the “big picture” of NASA’s involvement in studying our home planet. Finally, visit our climate and Earth science resources and follow us on social media for the most up to date NASA Earth science news.

 

ORAL SESSIONS, POSTER SESSIONS, AND POSTERS

Click here to download a list of sessions from researchers affiliated with the NASA Disasters program.


HYPERWALL TALKS

Storms to slides: how NASA data can help us to better assess disasters around the world

Tuesday, Dec. 15th, 5:00pm - 5:15am
Dalia Kirschbaum - NASA Disasters Center Coordinator

 

OTHER NASA AGU RESOURCES:

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