As AGU is celebrating its 100th anniversary, researchers around the world are invited to another AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, home of AGU’s Fall Meeting for nearly half a century, to celebrate their own contributions to science. The newly renovated Moscone Center welcomes all researchers interested in geophysical sciences, to enjoy Centennial presentations and special events that will bring the life to the past, present and the future of our science. The details of this event could be found on our Event page and also on AGU’s official website.
Hydrologic Uncertainty Technical Committee is proud to invite all the researchers contributing to the field of hydrologic uncertainty, to submit abstracts of their current state-of-the-art research subjects.
The Communication and Social Media sub-committee of the TC has compiled lists of sessions related to our three big questions. Below you can find the link to each list:
- Sessions related to “Characterizing Uncertainty”
- Sessions related to “Reducing Uncertainty”
- Sessions related to “Communicating Uncertainty”
- Sessions related to “Machine Learning”