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Meeting Overview

American Geophysical Union
Conference Center
2000 Florida Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
Sept. 26: Applications Workshop
Sept. 27 & 28: Science Team Meeting
Important Dates
  • Aug 17: Registration Opens

Who Is Invited to Attend?

In-Person Attendance
  • Each project from the 2018 and 2020 solicitations should be represented in-person by the PI (or a delegate), one additional Science Team Member (STM), and a stakeholder.
  • The PI and designated STM are expected to attend all three days in person.
  • The designated stakeholder is invited to attend all three days in person.
Virtual Attendance
  • All other project members formally associated with a 2018 or 2020 project may attend virtually.
  • Update on NASA programmatic goals
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Presentation of CMS Results (2018 and 2020 projects)
  • Advance and share progress of working groups & synthesis efforts
  • Discussion of science team activities for 2022-2023
COVID Protocols
We will be following the AGU Conference Center COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures. AGU requires that only fully vaccinated people attend in-person events at the AGU Conference Center, as recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control's vaccination guidelines. On a case-by-case basis, AGU may make an accommodation for attendees with federally-protected status or medical condition. If you are not fully vaccinated, please attend virtually. Upon arrival, you will be required to present proof of full vaccination, along with corresponding identification, and sign a waiver.
By attending in person you are self-certifying that you are not currently experiencing COVID symptoms. Anyone experiencing symptoms should attend virtually and consider self-testing. We will distribute free antigen rapid tests at registration upon request.
The latest update on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 Community Levels Map shows that the DC region is in high community transmission level. NASA guidance requires everyone to wear a mask while indoors.
Please consult the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security with your questions related to gatherings/events.
Code of Conduct and Scientific Integrity
NASA HQ leadership and the staff of the Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems Office are committed to providing safe, welcoming, and productive environments in the field and the lab, and at meetings and conferences, and have adopted the American Geophysical Union Meetings Code of Conduct.

This Code includes information on:
Expected behavior
Unacceptable behavior

If you have any concerns or need an ally contact: Mike Falkowski, Peter Griffith, or Libby Larson.

To formally file a complaint with NASA, consult Harassment and Discrimination Reporting for NASA Employees, Contractors and Grantee Beneficiaries.
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