call for abstracts
CALL FOR ABSTRACTSTHE 2005 JOINT ASSEMBLY, a partnership between AGU, SEG,
NABS and SPD/AAS, is being held 23--27 May 2005 in New
Orleans, Louisiana. The Program Committee is developing a
Union-wide science program that will cover topics in all
areas of geophysical sciences. With a reputation as one of
the country's hottest spots for music, food, and nightlife,
New Orleans is an exciting venue for the Joint Assembly.
Session Call for Abstracts
ED06 : An Analysis of the Impact of Education Reform from "A
Nation at Risk" to "No Child Left Behind" on science education
Abstract Submission Guidelines.
$ Full submission guidelines can be found on the AGU Web
site on the 2005 Joint Assembly page,
$ It is the responsibility of the author to make certain the
abstract is received at AGU headquarters by the abstract
deadline, February 10, 2005. Authors must not rely on
conveners to submit abstracts on their behalf.
$ Abstracts must be submitted in English.
$ Abstracts should be proofread carefully prior to
submission. No changes or corrections will be made to
abstracts by AGU Staff, including the order of authors.
Abstracts received are considered final copy.
$ Authors must preview electronic abstracts before
submitting to AGU.
$ Abstracts submitted by mail can only contain text.
Graphics or figures may only be included in electronic
submissions, as part of the URL option.
$ Abstracts must be accompanied by submission fees. The
abstract submission fee is nonrefundable, even if the paper
is later withdrawn.
$ Abstracts will not be accepted by fax or email. You must
mail your abstract or submit it electronically through the
website submission according to the appropriate deadline.
$ Abstracts can be submitted only when the first author is
an AGU member in good standing or a nonmember whose abstract
submission is sponsored by an AGU member in good standing OR
a member of a co-sponsoring society. The appropriate AGU
or cosponsor membership number (self or sponsor) must be
provided with the abstract submission.
$ Submission of an abstract carries with it the obligation
to present the paper in the mode of presentation and on the
day and time assigned by the Program Committee. You are NOT
guaranteed an oral talk, nor are you guaranteed a specific
day of the week. The Program Committee makes all final
scheduling decisions. Once scheduled, presentations may not
$ All accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement
to Eos. Submission of an abstract for the meeting is
presumed to carry with it permission for AGU to reproduce
the abstract in a supplement to Eos, on the CD-ROM, on the
AGU Web site, in meeting programs, and in reports related to
the meeting. It is also presumed to permit the free copying
of the abstract. Although Eos is a copyrighted publication,
authors are not required to transfer copyrights for
abstracts submitted to meetings. Copyright, where it exists,
will be reserved by the authors.
Deadlines and schedule:
3 February Postal Mail Abstract Deadline
10 February Abstract Deadline Electronic Submissions; No
later than 2359 UT.
26 March Program Summary Available on AGU Website
1 April Acceptance letters and session chair letters mailed.
20 April Pre-Registration Deadline
26 April Abstract volume mails with Eos
23-27-May Joint Assembly 05 in New Orleans
Please feel free to forward this message to your colleagues
[faculty, staff, administrators], doctoral students, and
others, who may have an interest in submitting an abstract
for the consideration of conference presentation.