Come join the AAG in San
Francisco, California, April 17-21, 2007. San Francisco is the home of the
Golden Gate Bridge and Ghirardelli chocolate, where cable cars climb some
of the hilliest streets in the country, and where Tony Bennet left his
We anticipate over 3,000
paper and poster presentations featuring the latest geographic research
and scholarship, ranging across the full breadth of the discipline. The
San Francisco region also offers opportunities for exceptional field trips
on geographic topics from the physical to the human to the oenological.
Located on the beautiful San
Francisco Bay, San Francisco is home to the Noe Valley, a colorful and
pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare with pubs, outdoor cafes, and superb
restaurants; a 24-block Chinatown; Fisherman’s Wharf, a waterfront
marketplace and pier; the Golden Gate Bridge; Alcatraz Island; the San
Francisco Zoo; world-renowned theatres and museums; and many more
Attendees can travel to San
Francisco with ease from around the world. San Francisco International
Airport, the area’s largest airport facility, hosts 22 domestic airline
carriers and 27 international carriers.
Don’t miss the chance to visit one
of America’s most popular cities. The headquarters hotel for the 2007 AAG
Annual Meeting is the Hilton San Francisco, located at 333 O’Farrell
Street San Francisco, CA 94102. We look forward to seeing you there!