OPP's Arctic Sciences at AGU
November 21, 2019
Program Directors from NSF’s OPP Arctic Sciences Programs will provide an overview of recent and upcoming news of interest to the research community. Topics will include staffing changes in the Arctic Section, program updates, and upcoming opportunities at NSF of interest to Arctic scientists. We anticipate giving a brief presentation with the bulk of the time devoted to questions and discussion.
11 AM-noon, Thursday, December 12, 2019
Room Monterrey I, Hotel Nikko (222 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102)
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