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2000 Spring Meeting: Sessions and abstracts online

Note: For basic information on Spring Meeting, see AGU Release No. 00-03 of March 6, 2000. It may be accessed on the AGU web site at http://www.agu.org/sci_soc/prrl/prrl0003.html. The names, numerical designations, dates, times, and room numbers of all Meeting sessions have been posted on the AGU web site at http://www.agu.org/meetings/sm00glan.html. By clicking on the name of a Section (e.g., Hydrology, Atmospheric Science), all of the sessions under that Section's auspices will be displayed. Clicking on any of these sessions will open a list of papers and/or posters associated with that session. Clicking on the name of a particular paper will open the abstract for that paper, including name and contact information for the lead author.

Many sessions are jointly sponsored by two or more Sections. The Union Sessions are expected to have the broadest interdisciplinary appeal.

Finding Abstracts of Interest to You

Reporters and public information officers may search for abstracts of particular interest to them, by looking up the Name of a scientist
Name of an institution (e.g., university, government agency)
Geographic location (e.g., city, state, or country)
Topic (e.g., volcano, Io, erosion)
These search parameters may be combined (e.g., papers on tsunamis by scientists in Japan). To access the search tool, go to http://www.agu.org/meetings/waissm00adv.html. Full instructions are included on that page.

Note: If searching for papers from a particular institution, it is often more effective to search by e-mail address, rather than the name of the institution. The latter may be written in different ways by various authors (e.g., UCLA, University of California Los Angeles, Univ. of Cal. at Los Angeles), but all of their e-mail addresses will i
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Contact: Harvey Leifert
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202-777-7507
American Geophysical Union
24-Apr-2000


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