2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting
22-26 February 2010
The 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting is being held 22–26 February 2010 at the Oregon Convention Center. The Program Committee is developing a Union-wide science program that will cover topics in all areas of ocean sciences.
From Observation to Prediction in the 21st Century
Stewardship of marine resources in the 21st Century demands the development of predictive tools based on models and field observations. The challenge of developing these tools forms the theme of the 2010 Ocean Sciences meeting.
This overarching theme emphasizes efforts to link observations and models to form superior predictions across multiple space and time scales. It encompasses research focusing on some aspect of observations, models, and also field or laboratory experiments that ultimately seek to enhance our predictive ability, as well as efforts focusing on education, outreach, and marine policy.
New abstract submission software, Abstract Central, is coming in time for the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting. Abstract Central will provide a secure, complete solution for abstract submission as well as program itinerary creation which can be downloaded to your mobile electronic devices. A customer call center will also be available to guide you along the way with any questions.
Please note some important information about our new abstract submission software:
* If you are an AGU member, log-in requires your AGU membership ID and password.
* Your AGU membership fee for 2009 must be paid by 8 October in order to submit.
* If you are not an AGU member, you will need to create an account in order to submit.
* Non-members being sponsored by an AGU member or an ASLO or TOS member must provide the name of the sponsor.
* The person submitting must also be the First Author.
* If someone other than the First Author is submitting, the individual will need the First Author's AGU membership ID and password, if applicable.
* First Authors can have a maximum number of one (1) abstract; this submission can be an invited or contributed abstract. One additional abstract from the First Author may be submitted to an Education or Public Affairs/Outreach session.
* A flat fee of $60 USD will be charged for each regular member submission, and $30 USD for each student submission if the student is both First Author and Presenting Author. There is no fee for persons from qualifying low-income countries.
* The abstract submission fee is a non-refundable processing fee, and not based on approval of your abstract submission or attendance at the Fall Meeting.
* Submissions can be saved as drafts and edited prior to the deadline, even after payment has been made.
* ALL abstracts require CREDIT CARD payment in order to be submitted and processed by the deadline; cards accepted are Visa and MasterCard. We are unable to accept other forms of payment such as purchase orders or generate invoices for abstract submissions.
* Oral presentations cannot be requested, although you may request to present a poster only.
* Abstract Submissions will open in August.
The deadline to submit an abstract is 15 October 2009 – 2359 Eastern Daylight Time.
Late submissions cannot be accepted.
Visa information is now available — please see the travel section for details. A Letter of Invitation may be needed for those who are applying for a Visa to attend the Ocean Sciences Meeting.
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2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting 22-26 February 2010 Portland, Oregon
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