Preparing for AGU

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At the annual meeting this December, I’ll be making an invited presentation and co-convening a different session.  On behalf of AGU’s Cryosphere focus group, I am serving on the meeting planning committee.

The fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union is the largest meeting of geophysicists, including cryosphere and climate scientists, worldwide.  This year, my involvement in the annual meeting is greater than ever.  I’ve been invited to give a presentation on the links between glaciers that flow into the ocean and their fjords, and I’m co-convening a different session on a similar topic.  With Adam Winstral, a snow scientist, I’m serving on the meeting’s program committee to assist with scheduling the nearly 40 different sessions that will be available under the Cryosphere umbrella at this year’s conference.