Carbon Mapper Takes Research Insights to 2022 AGU Fall Meeting

Published on: Dec 9, 2022

Carbon Mapper scientists will join thousands of participants at this year’s annual American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting to advance Earth and space sciences. The annual meeting brings together more than 25,000 attendees from +100 countries to present their work, network, and learn. From December 12–16, 2022, in Chicago and online, the meeting convenes around the theme “Science Leads the Future.” The results-oriented gathering is rooted in celebrating and advancing positive individual and collective scientific outcomes.

Carbon Mapper will have a strong presence at the event, participating as lead authors and co-authors and sharing important research and insights about our work. Our talks and sessions focus on the impact of methane emissions and the importance of independent satellite monitoring in our global fight against climate change.

Carbon Mapper Speakers & Sessions 

Riley Duren, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Dan Cusworth, Carbon Mapper Project Scientist
Dr. Alana Ayasse, Research Scientist
Dr. Greg Asner, Arizona State University, Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science/Carbon Mapper Chief Science Officer
Kate Howell, Research Analyst
More Carbon Mapper Highlights

Carbon Mapper staff are co-authors on the following research that will be featured at the meeting.

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Join Us

Interested in connecting with Carbon Mapper during the AGU Fall Meeting? Do so by:  

  • Attending our events online as a virtual participant  
  • Following Carbon Mapper on LinkedIn and Twitter
  • Participating on social media by using #AGU22 or following @TheAGU.