PGC at AGU 2022

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PGC at AGU22

Publishing and Policies

PGC Users planning on attending the upcoming AGU fall meeting and presenting and/or publishing any commercial satellite imagery (i.e. Maxar constellation – WorldView 1/2/3, QuickBird, GeoEye) in a poster or session must receive approval from NGA prior to public release. PGC makes the approval process simple and streamlined. We ask you to submit the release request form and pre-published material to PGC and we will do the rest. More information about the approval process and acknowledgement policy can be found at the links below.

Citation and Publication Approval

PGC Acknowledgement Policy

PGC Exhibitor Booth

PGC is hosting an exhibitor booth this year. Please consider stopping by our booth #1422 and chatting with our staff and students!

AGU Exhibit Hall Schedule:

PGC DEMs at AGU NASA Hyperwall

There is no better place to take a look at our beautiful data than at the massive NASA Hyperwall – a video wall made of screens displaying high-definition visualizations.

Visit the NASA Hyperwall in the Exhibitor Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 13th at 2:55 – 3:10 PM to listen to PGC’s acting co-director Claire Porter present “Supercomputers and Satellites: Building Worldwide High-resolution Digital Elevation Models.”

Position Available: Director

PGC is seeking to recruit a new Director. We encourage folks attending AGU and interested in learning more about the Director position to visit our booth #1422. We’d love to hear from you!

The Director will be responsible for development and execution of plans to achieve the center’s vision of providing geospatial support to the science and logistics communities in polar regions and advancing the use of geospatial and remote sensing data in the geosciences worldwide. Find the position posted at

Check out the original PGC Newsletter post here.

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