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Record Number of Breakthroughs in Earth Observation Science with Planet Data Presented at AGU 2022


December in the U.S. brings chilly temperatures and falling snow—and every year, also brings together the world’s largest convening of geoscientists. This year, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting will take place in Chicago, and we’re ecstatic to see a record number of presentations are on the schedule using Planet data! This year saw nearly a two-fold increase in abstracts utilizing Planet data through our various Science Programs over last year, with 130 posters and talks covering a huge array of topics, including:

If you’re coming to AGU in person, stop by the Planet booth in the exhibit hall to chat with us about your research! We will also be holding a Town Hall event on Wednesday, December 14th at 1PM CT featuring some exciting science-related announcements and a panel of researchers currently using Planet data. You can view the entire scientific program for the AGU Fall Meeting online. Be sure to check out the talks and posters mentioned here, and browse the schedule for more amazing science in the works that will help us better understand our changing Earth system.