AbSciCon is committed to developing a diverse and equitable meeting and an inclusive program that enriches our science and society. We encourage sessions with diverse groups of conveners who can work together to broaden participation.
OCTOBER 31 TO NOVEMBER 5, 2021
· Expo Guadalajara · Guadalajara · Jalisco · Mexico ·
· Archeometry · Climatology, climate change and atmospheric sciences · Soil sciences · Geophysical exploration · Space physics · Structural geology and tectonics · Geodesy · Environmental geology and geophysics · Petroleum geology · Geomagnetism and paleomagnetism · Geohydrology · Geochemistry and petrology · Modeling of geophysical systems · Oceanography · Coastal oceanography · Paleontology · Natural hazards · Sedimentology and stratigraphy · Seismology · Vulcanology ·
4 November - Abstracts for AbSciCon open
The 2022 meeting will be the first hybrid meeting ever in JpGU history where participants can attend both in-person and online from all over the world!
The purpose of this Chapman is to bring together scientists to discuss, develop and test conceptual models of distributed volcanism. Focus by the scientific community is especially important now because of continuing growth of cities, communities and critical infrastructure within sparsely monitored volcanic fields.
TESS taking place in Bellevue, WA on 8-11 August, welcomes participation by the entire Heliophysics community, including all four traditional..
TESS welcomes participation by the entire Heliophysics community, including all four traditional sub-disciplines devoted to studies of the Sun, Heliosphere, Magnetosphere, and Ionosphere-Thermosphere-Mesosphere.
The Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience engages intergenerational and convergent coalitions to broaden participation of Black, Native/Indigenous, and Latinx students and scholars in geosciences and related disciplines. This Chapman will feature events and programming that span three themes – Archival: Reading the past to create paths forward; Urgent: Justice for geoscientists of color; and Imaginary: A radically different future. Prior to the meeting, an unconference activity will allow all participants to take part in assembling the conference program.
Despite the inherent complexity of water availability, the hydrologic cycle has historically been studied from narrow disciplinary perspectives, often isolated from societal context. Addressing the challenge of water availability requires understanding the issues holistically, bringing together the pieces of the puzzle held by different disciplinary perspectives. Our Chapman conference will uncover and make explicit divergent views, assumptions, data types, and research methods that make integration difficult.
The purpose of this Chapman is to bring together scientists to discuss, develop, and test conceptual models of distributed volcanism. Focus by the scientific community is especially important now because of continuing growth of cities, communities, and critical infrastructure within sparsely monitored volcanic fields.