Experts representing the Climate and Ecosystem Sciences and Energy Geosciences Divisions at Berkeley Lab are proud to join colleagues engaged in hydrology, biogeosciences, geophysics and geology, ocean and atmospheric sciences, and global environmental change at the world's largest meeting of Earth and space scientists. EESA scientists are working to discover the scientific underpinnings important for sustaining healthy soil and clean water, sequestering atmospheric carbon, using subsurface resources responsibly, and developing strategies for resilience in a changing world. At the AGU Fall Meeting, they will be presenting their research during hundreds of presentations and will be on-hand at Booth 1622 in the Exhibitor Hall to talk about our work. Check out our booth session schedule and EESA at AGU Fact Sheets to get to know us.
Every year, the AGU Fellows program recognizes members who have made exceptional contributions to the Earth and Space sciences. Vetted by a committee of AGU Fellows, honorees represent no more than 0.1 percent of AGU’s 60,000 members.
The Tyndall History of Global Environmental Change Lecture honors the life and work of physicist, John Tyndall. Tyndall’s measurements in the late 1850s and early 1860s verified the importance of the greenhouse effect that had been proposed by Fourier in 1824.
EESA Faculty Scientist Daniel Stolper will receive the 2019 Hisashi Kuno Award from the AGU at its Fall Meeting in San Francisco. The Kuno award recognizes outstanding contributions to the fields of volcanology, geochemistry, or petrology. Stolper is faculty at the University of California, Berkeley.