AGU 100 Fall Meeting
From 9-13 December 2019 our Project Investigator Dr. Jay Sagin and researcher Mr. Muhammad Amin were participating in the Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union (AGU). The AGU Fall Meeting aims to prepare for what’s ahead: rapid developments in our science, new approaches to observing our Earth and beyond, the introduction of new data streams, growing demand for accessible science, the expansion of convergent science, and more.
At the Fall Meeting, participants draw inspiration from each other and show how earth andspace science enables a more resilient and sustainable future for all. There are a number of exciting, mountain-related sessions – including two convened by the MRI. In addition, The MRI Working Group on Elevation-Dependent Warming convene a side-event workshop during the AGU week.
Our team presented the article on the following topic: “ Quantification of ground water storage variation and stressed area using multi temporal grace data of Kabul River Basin”