When: Sunday December 8, 2019
Where: Grand Hyatt Union Square, 36th Floor, Union Square Room
Registration deadline: November 19, 2019
The goal of the mini-workshops is to harness momentum from the large Synthesis & Integration Workshop that took place in San Antonio last February, and in particular to develop strategies for (1) data and science legacies and (2) engaging the community in fundamental science that build upon the past two decades of the GeoPRISMS and MARGINS programs. The Pre AGU mini-workshops are designed as working meetings, and are structured around breakout groups from which we anticipate the participants will discuss and identify:
- a clear set of planned activities and/or proposals for future small, focused workshops;
- key needs for data and program products and plans to implement them;
- and synthesis or integration products that tie together science in thematic areas.
Participants can register to attend one or both mini-workshops. Student and early-career scientist participation is encouraged. Please visit the mini-workshop webpages for more information and workshop agendas:
Conveners: Rebecca Bendick, Anaïs Férot, Andrew Goodwillie, Jessica Warren, Demian Saffer
1:15 – 5:45pm | Strategies for Synthesis, Integration, and Future Opportunities
Conveners: The GeoPRISMS Steering and Oversight Committee: Becky Bell, Rebecca Bendick, Daniel Brothers, Mark Caddick, Char Deering, Katie Keranen, Luc Lavier, Rob Harris, Emily Roland, Kyle Straub, Jessica Warren, Demian Saffer
Lunch will be provided.
Following the mini-workshops there will be an evening reception that will take place on the 36th floor at the Grand Hyatt Union Square. Please join us to celebrate the achievements of the GeoPRISMS Program! Light appetizers and a cash bar will be available.
All mini-workshops are free of charge and open to all. However, attendance and food may be limited so please register early for fullest consideration. For more information and registration please visit the GeoPRISMS website at: http://geoprisms.org/meetings/mini-workshops/