Get the Word Out About Your 2023 AMS Presentations!

Published: 31 October 2022

AMS logoThe Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility and Atmospheric System Research (ASR) want to know about your presentations at the upcoming American Meteorological Society (AMS) annual meeting.

One of the best ways to draw attendees to your AMS presentations is to be highlighted on the ARM and ASR websites. If you or one of your team members will present a talk or poster during the 2023 AMS Annual Meeting—and if that presentation is based on your ASR-funded project or uses ARM data as a key data source—please submit your information by November 21.

Use this form on the ASR website to share your abstract information. It’s a simple three-step process to complete the form.

We will publish your abstracts on the ARM and ASR websites, which serve as an important guide for attendees. We will also send a special email to the ARM/ASR community to encourage their engagement with your presentation.

See the ARM and ASR presentations that have been shared so far for the January 8–12 AMS Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.

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