Abstract Submission

The 43rd Annual Technical Conference of the National Association of Black Geoscientists
“Diverse Perspectives, Unified Solutions: Bridging Communities through
Atlanta, GA
September 4-7th, 2024

Thank you for your interest in presenting your work at the 43rd Annual Technical Conference of the NABG. 

Technical Session Information
Poster Presentations
There will be poster sessions on both Thursday and Friday of the conference. Presenters will setup posters on the evening prior to or on the morning of the day the have been scheduled to present, e.g. you can set your poster up on Wednesday evening if you present on Thursday. Posters will remain displayed overnight but must be removed after the poster session has ended on the day that you are scheduled to present. The presentation schedules and exact times for each poster session will be provided in the conference agenda and via email to all presenters. Standard poster size: 36 x 48 inches. There will be NO virtual poster presentations. 
Oral Presentations
Oral sessions will be scheduled for both Thursday and Friday. Each speaker will be given 12 minutes for their talk and 3 minutes for Q & A. All oral presentations MUST be completed within the given time of 15 minutes. If you have chosen a virtual oral session please indicate your time-zone and preferred time block, i.e. AM or PM. No recorded presentations will be accepted.
A link to upload your final presentation will be provided when you receive confirmation that your abstract has been accepted. All oral presentations should be uploaded 24-hours before the day you are scheduled to present. 
Additional Information (Please read carefully)
While we strongly encourage in-person attendance, virtual ORAL presentations will be considered. 
All abstracts will be considered and accepted presenters will be notified by August 5th.
Students whose abstracts are accepted will receive priority for funding to attend the conference. 

Thank you to the National Science Foundation for continuing to enable funding assistance for students!


Below are categories/themes that your work may fall under. 
•Archaeological Geology
•Data Science/Machine Learning
•Economic Geology
•Earth Science
•Environmental Geoscience
•Environmental Justice
•Geotechnical Engineering
•Geology and Health
•Geoscience Education
•Geoscience Information/Communication
•Geoscience and Public Policy
•History and Philosophy of Geology
•Marine and Coastal Science
•Natural Hazards
•Planetary Geology
•Rock Physics
•Structural Geology
•STEM Education
•Water Science