Several scientists from the UNC Institute for the Environment will be presenting at the 50th annual AGU Fall Meeting Dec. 11-15 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in the geophysical sciences and attracts more than 24,000 attendees from Earth and space science fields. The weeklong program includes presentations on the latest research, poster presentations and networking.

Several members of IE’s Environmental Resource Program are presenting on recent outreach initiatives.

“Our work is based on current peer-reviewed science, so this is a great professional development opportunity for us,” said Haine. “I enjoy hearing about current science and getting to see our colleagues from UNC and other institutions present their work. It also is an effective way for us to disseminate our work, given the size and breadth of the conference,  and a wonderful opportunity to meet others who are doing similar work..”

Greg Characklis, Philip C. Singer Distinguished Professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering and director of the Center on Financial Risk in Environment Systems, is a co-convener and paper author in several sessions including:

Read more about the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting.

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