Thank you for joining us at AGU!
Taylor & Francis was happy to exhibit at the AGU Fall Meeting, the largest international Earth and Space Science meeting in the world. AGU celebrates the past and inspires the future by bringing together the people, the imagination, and the science that will ignite our next hundred years to make our planet safer, cleaner, and more sustainable.
Our role in attending was to facilitate that science by providing researchers with a platform to share their exciting work!
If you represent a learned Society, Journal or Organisation who may be interested in partnering with Taylor & Francis, please feel free to send an email to our Taylor & Francis representatives to arrange a no-obligations discussion.
Taylor & Francis were located at BOOTH 1409.
Visitors to the booth were eligible to enter a prize draw to win one of several wonderful earth and space themed gifts.
Top prizes up for grabs were as follows:
1st prize - Brunton ADC Pro, valued at $215 USD
2nd prize - Astro II Constellation Watch, valued at $175 USD
3rd prize - A copy of one of our latest book releases, valued up to $150 USD
4th prize - Your choice of one of two science-themed mugs, each valued at $16 USD
Consolation prizes ranged from moleskin journals to Taylor & Francis branded goodies and more.
Congratulations to our winners! We look forward to offering even more exciting prizes at #AGU20!
|Date & Time||Event|
|Tuesday Dec. 10 2.30pm - 4pm||Data Help Desk||Dr. Andrew Kelly will be at the Data Help Desk, exhibit hall booth #1329, to answer questions and provide guidance to researchers, learn more|
|Wednesday Dec. 11 3pm - 4pm||Meet the Series Editor||Dr. Donald A. Wilhite, Professor Emeritus, will be in the booth to meet both current and potential authors|
|Wednesday Dec. 11 4pm - 5pm||Meet the Editor||Ramesh Singh will be in the booth for a meet-the-editor session|
|Thursday Dec. 12 12.30pm - 1.30pm||Data FAIR Panel||Wendy Wong will participate in a Data FAIR panel in Moscone West, Room 2002, L2|
|Thursday Dec. 12 4.30pm||Beer & Cookies||Local San Franciscan beer and cookies will be served in the booth|
|Thursday Dec. 12 5pm||Prize Winners Announced||Those who entered our raffle are eligible to win several prizes in this ticket drawing|
Dr. Andrew Kelly
Portfolio Manager for Remote Sensing, GIS, & Cartography Journals
Andrew Kelly holds a BSc Hons in Chemistry from the University of York (UK) and a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Bath (UK). He began his career in publishing working on Chemistry research journals and has been at Taylor & Francis since 2013. He began his current role of Portfolio Manager in 2014, and he is responsible for looking after our Remote Sensing, GIS & Cartography titles.
Andrew's role as a Portfolio Manager is exceptionally varied. He acts as the first point-of-call for our editors and society partners and works proactively with them to put into place collaborative action plans for the growth of the portfolio by anticipating problems and making improvements through evidence-based journal development.
He also works to grow our portfolio in the Earth Sciences by exploring possible new launches with existing partners and by forming new publishing partnerships with societies and associations. He looks to develop new income streams where appropriate, and seeks to regularly communicate with our research communities through attending conferences to promote our titles, meeting and talking with authors, editors, and societies both new and prospective, and giving presentations and participating in workshops.
Global Head of Portfolio, Earth & Environmental Science
Wendy Wong is the Global Head of Portfolio at Taylor & Francis for its Earth and Environmental Science journals.
Wendy has extensive academic journals publishing experience in various capacities over the last decade, ranging from roles in the Editorial Office, Production and to her current position in Editorial.
She is currently based in Asia Pacific, and has a keen understanding on STEM Publishing in the region, and beyond.
Senior Editor, Environmental Engineering & GIS
“To Irma Britton of the publisher, Taylor & Francis, I would like to express my special thanks for her encouragement and her patience to have the second edition of my book completed.”
“I would like to thank the acquisition editor, Irma Britton. Thank you for guiding me through the whole process.”
Irma Britton’s Environmental Engineering & GIS program consists on the combination of environmental topics such as air pollution, remediation, water science, environmental management and sustainability, with geospatial information and technology used across many disciplines. New geospatial themes and interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving are emerging and most of environmental and earth sciences are using a significant amount of measurement, monitoring, and spatial analysis and a growing amount of visualization. Irma is seeking new Book Series Editors and new content in emergent areas such as geospatial data science, geospatial intelligence, crowdsourcing, visual analytics, forecasting, and all related and applied to natural resources and the environment, emergency planning and response, and more.
Marketing Executive, Open Access Science & Technology
Meghan Schaffer is a marketing executive in Taylor & Francis's Authors & Researchers team. She is responsible for the promotion of all open access Science & Technology journals for the Americas market.
Meghan has considerable experience in publishing, having begun her career in independent trade. She joined Taylor & Francis, and consequently academic publishing, in 2018. She is currently based in Philadelphia.
Remote Sensing Books
Explore CRC Press Remote Sensing books here and visit our booth for a chance to win free books!