Fall Meeting 2017 in New Orleans 11-15 December. Session proposal deadline, 19-April. Abstract submission deadline 2-August.
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016. 21-26 Feb 2016, New Orleans – is finished. Make plans for Portland in 2018!
AGU Fall Meeting, 14-18 December 2015. San Francisco, CA Meeting Highlights (see also): Tuesday 15 December 12:30-1:30 pm: Ocean Sciences Honors Luncheon, San Francisco Marriott Marquis – Golden Gate C2 (ticket required) Tuesday 15 December 6:30-8 pm: Paleooceanography and paleoclimatology and Ocean Sciences joint business reception, Intercontinental San Francisco, Intercontinental ballroom B. Wednesday 16 December […]
Hearty congratulations to all 2015 honorees from the OS Section! All of our honorees will be recognized at the Ocean Sciences lunch at the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting, with the main event at the lunch being our awarding of the Ocean Sciences and Early Career Awards, both with short presentations, and recognition of all of […]
EGU General Assembly 2015 Vienna Austria, 12-17 April, 2015 Ocean Science sessions – Select Ocean Science in the dialog box at the top
2015 Joint Assembly Montreal, 3-7 May Meeting Website
AGU Fall Meeting, 15-19 December 2014. San Francisco, CA See the Meeting website for more information. Abstract Search Page Ocean Sciences Sessions Meeting highlights Tuesday 12:30-1:30. Ocean Sciences luncheon. Presentation of Voyager Award and recognition of AGU Fellows and Honorees. Intercontinental San Francisco, Intercontinental Ballroom A. (ticket required) Tuesday 5:00-6:00. Rachel Carson Lecture with Bess […]
AGU 2014 Election Election results for the OS Section (AGU Elections Page) President-elect: Eileen Hofmann Secretary, Biological Oceanography: Heidi Sosik Secretary, Physical Oceanography: Victoria Coles For 2015–2016 the elected officers will be: President: Lynne Talley, Scripps Institution of Oceanography President-elect: Eileen Hofmann, Old Dominion University Past President: James W. Murray, University of Washington Secretary, […]
Dear Ocean Science Section members, I am writing to you with a heavy heart. Taiwan’s newest research vessel, the OR5, sank on Friday, 10 October. It was a real tragedy. Out of the 45 on board, 2 died, 43 were rescued alive, quite a few with injuries. The OR5 is a 2,700 ton boat. It […]
Read OS Section President James Murray’s newsletter for October 2014.