The American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting is underway in San Francisco with well over 20,000 attendees expected. AZGS is here in a big way - 7 scientific presentations (putting up a poster now, a talk later this morning), setting up two exhibit booths (one for National Geothermal Data System and one for EarthCube), chairing an EarthCube workshop this afternoon, co-convening two sessions, presentations at multiple town halls, a seemingly endless number of committee and board meetings, plus a few planning meetings for project development. It's been a busy couple weeks pulling together all the presentation materials, handouts, demos, and displays, but the AZGS team has done a fantastic job and we're excited about showing off our latest results.
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