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  • Volunteers needed for the 2019 Fall Meeting: OSPA & Student Travel Grants

    Posted 07/15/19

    The Ocean Sciences section is looking for 2 to 4 volunteers to serve as Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) coordinators for the 2019 Fall Meeting. The OSPA program is an important section activity that recognizes our early-career scientists and provides valuable feedback on their presentation skills and scientific research. OSPA coordinator duties include the following: […]

  • Ocean Sciences Outstanding Student Presentation Awardees for 2018

    Posted 02/28/19

    Congratulations to the Outstanding Student Presentation Awardees from the Ocean Sciences section at the Fall 2018 AGU meeting! Pearse Buchanan, University of Tasmania, Marine Nitrogen Fixers, Low Oxygen Zones and Iron Supply: A Low Latitude Control on Atmospheric CO2 Jessica Fayne, University of California, Los Angeles, Surface Water Detection and Elevation Retrieval from AirSWOT Airborne […]

  • Ocean Sciences Voyager Award 2018

    Posted 12/15/18

    The Ocean Sciences Section presented the Ocean Sciences Voyager Award to Andréa G. Grottoli (Ohio State U) during the 2018 Fall Meeting. This award is given to midcareer scientists for significant contributions and expanding leadership in ocean sciences. Andréa was nominated by Peter Swart (U of Miami) for her contributions to fields such as geochemistry, coral […]

  • Lozier to Be AGU President-Elect/AGU Leadership Transitions

    Posted 10/20/18

    Congratulations to Susan Lozier, the new AGU president-elect! Also a member of the Ocean Sciences section, Susan will serve a 2-year term as president-elect starting in 2019, after which she will become AGU president in 2021. For the full list of election results go to the AGU Elections section or the recent Eos article.

  • 2018 AGU Election Results for Ocean Sciences


    Congratulations and welcome to the new officers for Ocean Sciences! Clare Reimers – President-elect Janet Sprintall – Physical Oceanography Secretary Kendra Daly – Biological Oceanography Secretary For the full list of election results go to the AGU Elections section or the recent Eos article.  

  • 2018 AGU Union Medal, Award, and Prize Recipients from Ocean Sciences

    Posted 09/21/18

    Congratulations to the members of the Ocean Sciences section that are part of the class of 2018 Union honorees! Their contributions will be celebrated at the Honors Ceremony and Banquet, during the Fall Meeting 2018 in Washington, D. C.: Brandon Dugan (Colorado School of Mines) received the Asahiko Taira International Scientific Ocean Drilling Research Prize (The […]

  • 2018 Class of AGU Fellows Announced

    Posted 08/26/18

    AGU has named 62 new Fellows and will honor them at the upcoming Fall Meeting 2018 in Washington, D. C. at this year’s Honors Tribute, to be held Wednesday, 12 December. Congratulations to all the honorees! Here are the fellows representing the Ocean Sciences section for their exceptional achievements, visionary leadership, talents, and dedication: Jess […]

  • 2018 AGU Ocean Sciences Section Awardees and Named Lecturers

    Posted 07/30/18

    The 2018 section awardees and named lecturers have been selected for the Fall Meeting. Congratulations to our colleagues, especially those representing the Ocean Sciences! Ocean Sciences Voyager Award Andréa G. Grottoli, Ohio State University Rachel Carson Lecture Claire B. Paris-Limouzy, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami William S. and Carelyn Y. […]

  • Fall Meeting 2018 – Abstract Submissions

    Posted 07/07/18

    Abstracts can now be submitted for the Fall Meeting 2018 in Washington DC, 10-14 December. Town Hall and regular abstract submissions close August 1st. Early abstract submissions close July 25th.

  • Upcoming Leadership Elections

    Posted 06/13/18

    The AGU Leadership Development committee and section leaders are pleased to announce the slate of candidates for the 2018 AGU Election. AGU continues to evolve into a stronger, more innovative organization thanks to the dedication of volunteer leaders working in partnership with AGU staff. Please take a few moments to review the members who have […]

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