Top recorded content picks from #AGU21

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It was great to see the Earth and space sciences community at #AGU21, both in New Orleans and online everywhere.

But the AGU Fall Meeting is not over. For the more than 24,000 registrants who attended #AGU21, all of the content—sessions, posters and recorded talks—is available for viewing until the end of February.

Indeed, one advantage of a hybrid meeting is you can catch up on presentations that you missed, or re-watch and have access to particularly interesting sessions that you’d like to see again.

A great place to start is with the plenary presentations and the named lectures. These provide some great overviews of active research and the broad societal impacts across the Earth and space sciences. Find these in the online application by searching by the session name or number.

We have also compiled a list of top sessions based on live virtual attendance and views of recorded content and asked the AGU Board, Council, Editors-in-Chiefs of AGU journals and staff for some recommendations of particularly notable sessions and talks. Please find all these top picks below.

Do you have a session from #AGU21 that inspired you? Provide a recommendation here and we will share it in the coming weeks.

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Recommendations from AGU leadership:

Top 10 Sessions based on live virtual attendance:

  1. The Grand Transformation needed to address Climate Change – Part 2
  2. Presidential Forum Lecture: Dr. Robert D Bullard – The Quest for Environmental and Climate Justice
  3. The Grand Transformation needed to address Climate Change – Part 1
  4. COP26 – Summary and Discussion
  5. Plenary – Sekou Andrews – The Science of Wavemaking
  6. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group I 6th Assessment Report
  7. LANDInG Launch Lecture: Dr. Kelly Mack
  8. Fire and Smoke: Biomass Burning Emissions, Chemical Evolution, and Impacts on Air Quality and Climate
  9. Advances in Remote Sensing for Monitoring Biodiversity Change: Integrating Data and Models Across Scale
  10. Carl Sagan Lecture

Top 25 most-viewed recorded content:

  1. SH13A-01 Coronal Heating: A Coupled Multi-Scale Problem
  2. A11B-01 Assessing the contributions of anthropogenic aerosols to weather and climate extremes
  3. Presidential Forum Lecture: Dr. Robert D Bullard – The Quest for Environmental and Climate Justice
  4. A21A-01 Convective Deep Inflow: Consequences and Cause
  5. A41D-01 Evaluation of CMIP6 and quantifying progress of climate models across different CMIP phases with the ESMValTool
  6. GC21B-01 Droughts and climate change: The role of drought-vegetation-climate interactions
  7. A21G-01 What can we Learn about Cirrus Clouds and Ice Nucleation from the Decrease in Anthropogenic Emissions During the Pandemic?
  8. A31F-01 Understanding climate change through Earth’s energy flows
  9. PP11B-01 Globally resolved climate changes since the Last Glacial Maximum: new insights from models and proxies
  10. T11D-02 Spatio-Temporal Variations in Localization of Shallow Creep on the Southern San Andreas Fault
  11. P21B-01 Ten months of Perseverance on Mars
  12. EP13B-01 Sensitivity of Topography and Erosion Rate to Climate and Tectonic Forcing
  13. G22A-04 How does Tibet deform? A high-resolution 3D velocity field for the India-Eurasia collision from Sentinel-1 InSAR and GNSS.
  14. G21A-01 Tectonic Geodesy of Western Myanmar: Strain Partitioning and Active Subduction Revealed by a Dense New GNSS Velocity Field
  15. H12E-01 Deep learning prediction of transport in porous and fractured media
  16. H13E-07 Characterizing Nonlinear, Nonstationary, and Heterogeneous Hydrological Response Using Ensemble Rainfall-Runoff Analysis.
  17. S21A-03 InSAR Data Reveal Induced Slow-Slip Fault Activation in Northern Canada
  18. G22A-07 Say Bye to Blobbiness: Getting the Sharpest Strain Rate Map out of InSAR Velocities — A Case Study of the NE Tibetan Plateau
  19. A24D-01 Future projections of the large scale atmospheric circulation: our biggest uncertainties and progress through the CMIPs
  20. A51D-01 Monitoring and Understanding of Global Tropospheric OH
  21. S31A-03 Earthquake Phase Association with Graph Neural Networks
  22. T11D-01 Measuring the Degree of Strain localization along Coseismic Surface Ruptures Using Optical Image Correlation: Implications for Understanding Fault Mechanics and Displacement Hazard
  23. S21A-04 Insights for evolution of induced earthquake clusters from a high-resolution catalog for Oklahoma
  24. S31A-02 FastMapSVM: Classifying seismograms using FastMap and Support-Vector Machines
  25. SH11A-01 Patches of the magnetic switchbacks: hints of their origins

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