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Search for AGU Fall Meeting to Download the Mobile App. CONNECTING AND COLLABORATING FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE 2 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Meetings Staff Lauren Parr Director Meetings Jamea Harrison Administrative Assistant Susanne Davison Assistant Director Operations Rebecca Orens Assistant Director Meetings Experience Design Nicole Oliphant Manager Scientific Programs Haley Cox Coordinator Scientific Programs Emily Cornell Assistant Scientific Programs Heather Nalley Meetings Coordinator Shermonta Grant Program Manager Meetings Communications TABLE of CONTENTS Welcome Letters................................................................................2 3 Meetings Code of Conduct................................................................4 Meeting Services...............................................................................6 8 Keynotes.................................................................................................10 Section and Focus Group Lectures........................................12 13 Section and Focus Group Events............................................14 15 Events at a Glance........................................................................17 26 AGU On-Demand.........................................................................28 36 SWIRLS.....................................................................................................38 Town Halls.......................................................................................40 47 Program Committee...................................................................48 49 Hotel Map...............................................................................................50 Moscone Center Floor Plans.....................................................51 58 Marriott Marquis Floor Plans....................................................59 60 InterContinental Floor Plans....................................................61 62 Exhibitor Floorplan.............................................................................64 Exhibitor Profiles........................................................................65 119 Academic Showcase..............................................................120 125 Meeting Summary Chart......................................................127 232 Presenting Author Index......................................................233 291 Advertising Index..............................................................................293 Marketing and Creative Services Staff Dana Rehm Director Marketing Communications and Engagement Joan Buhrman Assistant Director Strategic Communications and Marketing Yael Fitzpatrick Manager Design and Branding Jamie Liu Manager Marketing Angelo Bouselli Program Manager Marketing Tyjen Conley Program Manager Marketing Valerie Bassett Senior Graphics Specialist General Information This program book contains general meeting information a meeting summary chart and a presenting author index. The Meeting Summary Chart provides a list of sessions by day time and discipline. Information includes the session number title start time meeting room type of session and session cosponsors (pages 127 232). The Online Schedule allows attendees to search and view the scientific program at http fallmeeting.agu.org 2016 scientific-program . The Presenting Author Index contains presenters names followed by the paper number that they are presenting (pages 233 291). Content in this program book is current as of 11 November 2016. Note Attendees at Fall Meeting may be recorded on video and or photographed by AGU for archival and marketing purposes. Attendees are not allowed to photograph video or record information in the scientific sessions Poster hall or Exhibit hall. Emergency Contact We recommend that you create emergency contact information in your cell phone listed as ICE (In Case of Emergency) for emergency purposes if necessary. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 WELCOME TO FALL MEETING 49th Annual Meeting WELCOME LETTERS Scientists have traveled to San Francisco for nearly half a century to be a part of the American Geophysical Union s Fall Meeting. It s the premier event for discovering new cutting-edge Earth and space science research engaging with a global and interdisciplinary network of nearly 24 000 attendees and advancing and building your career through workshops and new connections. Margaret Leinen The spirit of discovery and vibrant discussions taking place at Fall Meeting are what make the week so rewarding. This year we have another excellent lineup of sessions and speakers. We re honored to have H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco as our Presidential Forum Lecturer and Marcia McNutt the 22nd president of the National Academy of Sciences and former director of the U.S. Geological Survey as our Union Agency Lecturer. We re hosting a town hall on data with Rebecca Moore director of Google Earth Earth Engine and Outreach which should be an illuminating discussion on the importance of data in Earth and space sciences and we re also particularly excited for the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) Union Session with COP21 President S gol ne Royal entitled The Path Forward from Paris One Year Later which should be especially interesting given the recent ratifications from the United Nations allowing the Paris Agreement to enter into force. Whether you re a developing young student scientist or a recognized leader in your discipline presenting or attending Fall Meeting is a fulfilling experience that you can tailor to your interests or use to branch out to explore new frontiers. Our public lecture which is a great opportunity to engage the broader public on issues of Earth and space science is about choosing a landing site on Mars and features both an astrobiologist and a geomorphologist from NASA as well as a talented high school student. We re continuing our interdisciplinary SWIRL themes which give attendees the benefit of sharing research discoveries and approaches across disciplines. Geohealth a new SWIRL topic this year will bring together sessions on climate change and human health medical geology the interface between water quality and health and much more. Adding to the spirit of collaboration this year we have 109 sessions that were co-organized across sections and focus groups. We hope you re able to make the most of your time in San Francisco. Because we know you can t possibly attend every session or poster that interests you we ve expanded our AGU On-Demand viewing platform by offering live streaming and recorded content that goes hand in hand with our SWIRL themes. Be sure to join us for our networking or social events take part in a deeper discussion happening on social media by following and using the AGU16 hashtag and make the most of the city s great food and attractions. After this year Fall Meeting breaks tradition and moves to New Orleans in 2017 and Washington D.C. in 2018. We are so pleased to have you join us as we say goodbye to San Francisco and it is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting Sincerely Margaret Leinen AGU President Christine McEntee AGU Executive Director and CEO Chris McEntee 2 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Denis Rousseau First after last year s successful trials new session formats were implemented that include panel discussions and lightning talks. This option was offered to the conveners when submitting their session proposals allowing them the opportunity to think about organizing their session differently than the traditional 15-minute pattern. Follow-up discussions can even be organized through specially designed slots available for reservation by AGU meetings staff. We introduced this year a limitation in the number of invited authors. After significant discussion within the Fall Meeting Program Committee the policy has been changed to allow for no more than two (2) invited authors per session this is a reduction from the previous limit of four (4) but should allow more regular presentations to be selected. The differences between the collaborative session formats cross-listed co-sponsored and co-organized have been clarified to help conveners to understand and find out what kind of collaborative session they can organize. Such differences are more than simple jargon and truly correspond to different ways of organizing scientific sessions. We ve redesigned our New Generation of Scientists Union Session designed to demonstrate even earlier the great interest and care of AGU for the development of the younger generations of scientists. Although originally a gathering in celebration of the Macelwane medalists and the recipient of the Science for Solution award this session will now also acknowledge the recipients of the Africa Awards for Research Excellence in Earth and Space Science making this session a true showcase for the diversity of early career scientists and their work. Concerning participation in the scientific program SWIRLS and the On-Demand channels have been finally homogenized to prevent the confusion that was created from having two different lists of scientific categories in the program. In doing so we offer another way of participating on-site and remotely in the 2016 edition of the Fall Meeting. The list of SWIRLS and On-Demand channels are Union Climate Geohealth Earth Processes Science & Society Natural Resources Planetary Discovery Data & Rising Technology Extreme Events & Hazards. Lastly and not least last year s COP21 Union Session has been re-scheduled and will be held just one day after the first anniversary of the COP21 agreement. Entitled The Path Forward From Paris One Year Later it should attract significant attention due to receiving the signing of the treaty at the United Nations headquarters last April and its upcoming implementation in 2017 with ratification from the needed 55 Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change accounting for at least 55 percent of the total global greenhouse gas emissions earlier in October. This high level panel discussion with COP21 President Segol ne Royal will be a stimulating combination with this year s format of the Frontiers in Geophysics Lecture another high level panel about Shifting the energy mix in a post-Paris world which corresponds to one of the actions proposed to be engaged rapidly under the Agenda of Solutions of the signed Agreement. There s too much to cover the whole program in detail but besides these highlights all sections and focus groups have been working hard to propose exciting sessions that we expect will contribute to advancing science across many important topics. These sessions have been designed to attract colleagues from other fields for potential interdisciplinary collaboration. I hope that you find these developments as exciting as I do and that you will find the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting fulfills your expectations. I wish you a very stimulating meeting and take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very nice season s greetings. Denis-Didier Rousseau Fall Meeting Program Chair 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 3 WELCOME LETTERS It is sincerely great to see and meet you once more in San Francisco for the 2016 edition of AGU Fall Meeting You may have noticed that every year changes to both the organization and the scientific content of the program were introduced to make you feel more comfortable at the largest meeting of Earth and Space sciences. This year more changes were implemented in the program which I would like to highlight to you below. MEETINGS CODE of CONDUCT AGU meetings open to AGU members and those interested in the geosciences are among the most respected scientific meetings in the Earth and space science community. AGU is committed to providing a safe productive and welcoming environment for all meeting participants and AGU staff. All participants including but not limited to attendees speakers volunteers exhibitors AGU staff service providers and others are expected to abide by this AGU Meetings Code of Conduct. This Code of Conduct applies to all AGU meeting-related events including those sponsored by organizations other than AGU but held in conjunction with AGU events in public or private facilities. In addition AGU members and authors of AGU publications must adhere to the AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Policy (http ethics.agu.org ). Expected Behavior All participants attendees AGU staff and vendors are treated with respect and consideration valuing a diversity of views and opinions. Be considerate respectful and collaborative. Communicate openly with respect for others critiquing ideas rather than individuals. Avoid personal attacks directed toward other attendees participants AGU staff and suppliers vendors. Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert AGU staff if you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress. Respect the rules and policies of the meeting venue hotels AGU contracted facility or any other venue. Unacceptable Behavior MEETINGS CODE OF CONDUCT Harassment intimidation or discrimination in any form will not be tolerated. Physical or verbal abuse of any attendee speaker volunteer exhibitor AGU staff member service provider or other meeting guest. Examples of unacceptable behavior include but are not limited to verbal comments related to gender sexual orientation disability physical appearance body size race religion national origin inappropriate use of nudity and or sexual imagines in public spaces or in presentations threatening or stalking any attendee speaker volunteer exhibitor AGU staff member service provider or other meeting guest. Recording or taking photography of another individual s presentation without the explicit permission of AGU is not allowed. Disruption of talks at oral or poster sessions in the exhibit hall or at other events organized by AGU at the meeting venue hotels or other AGU contracted facility. Consequences Anyone requested to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately. AGU staff (or their designee) or security may take any action deemed necessary and appropriate including immediate removal from the meeting without warning or refund. AGU reserves the right to prohibit attendance at any future meeting. Other consequences as set forth in the AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Policy (http ethics.agu.org ) as applicable. Reporting Unacceptable Behavior If you are the subject of unacceptable behavior or have witnessed any such behavior please immediately notify an AGU staff member or AGU volunteer in a leadership position. Notification should be done by contacting an AGU staff person on-site or e-mail your concern to lparr agu.org and fkrause agu.org. Anyone experiencing or witnessing behavior that constitutes an immediate or serious threat to public safety is advised to contact 911 and locate a house phone and ask for security. AGU staff who are wearing Safe AGU buttons are trained to assist you if you need to report a harassment or other safety security issues. Attendees at Fall Meeting may be videographed and photographed by AGU for archival and marketing purposes. Attendees are not allowed to photograph video or record information during scientific sessions. 4 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Ethics Response to Harassment and Work-Climate Related Events Monday 12 December PA12B Geoethics and Scientific Integrity The Keys to Advancing the Geosciences and a Healthy Planet 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Moscone South Room 304 TH13I Strategies for Attracting and Advancing a Diverse Geoscience Workforce 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Moscone West Room 2016 Social Dimensions of Geoscience Pop-Up Session 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone West-Room 2001A Tuesday 13 December ED21D Progress Toward an Inclusive and Welcoming Geoscience Community Addressing Harassment and Improving Workplace Climate Posters 8 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Is it Harassment or Not A Workshop for Women and Men 1 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C1 Wednesday 14 December Responding to Sexual Harassment in the Sciences Writing Group Forum 2 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. Moscone West Pod Look for our staff wearing Safe AGU pins. We re here to help promote a safe environment. Thursday 15 December Responding to Sexual Harassment in the Sciences Becoming an Informed Advocate 10 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. Moscone West Pod 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 5 MEETING SERVICES Academic Showcase Moscone North Exhibit Hall Lower Level Hall D Monday 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Tuesday Thursday 9 30 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Friday 9 30 A.M. 1 30 P.M. See pages 120 125 for a complete list of representatives of Academic Showcase. Editors Resource Center Moscone West Level 2 Overlook 2014 Monday Thursday 7 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Friday 7 00 A.M. 1 00 P.M. The Editors Resource Center serves as the Fall Meeting on-site info hub where AGU Editors and Associate Editors (AEs) may relax get a cup of coffee catch up on e-mail or hold informal meetings. While there Editors and AEs will experience an environment conducive to collaboration with their counterparts on other AGU journals. It is also where they can share approaches to various editorial challenges and develop new collegial relationships. Internet Wi-Fi connection a computer and a printer will be available. Staff will be on hand to assist Editors and AEs with questions or problems and provide information about upcoming editor searches developments in the AGU journal publishing process and news about the Publications Division. AGU Fun Run Walk Booth Moscone West Level 1 Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday Tuesday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Visit the booth to register for the AGU Fun Run Walk sponsored by METER Group Inc. and to pick up your race T-shirt. The Fun Run will begin at 7 00 A.M. on Wednesday 14 December. Please arrive by 6 45 A.M. at the starting line to receive course instructions. The race starts and finishes at South Beach Harbor at Pier 40 the intersection of The Embarcadero and Townsend Street next door to AT&T Park. This location is within walking distance of most AGU Fall Meeting hotels. For information on public transportation to the race go to 511.org and enter your starting and ending location (i.e. Pier 40). Exhibits Moscone North Exhibit Hall Lower Level Hall D Monday 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Tuesday Thursday 9 30 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Friday 9 30 A.M. 1 30 P.M. See pages 65 119 for a complete list of exhibitors. AGU Booth (805) Moscone North Exhibit Hall Lower Level Hall D Monday 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Tuesday Thursday 9 30 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Friday 9 30 A.M. 1 30 P.M. Renew your AGU membership Learn about AGU programs and services Stock up on gifts for the entire family Honors Tribute Booth Moscone West Level 1 Hall Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday 6 00 A.M. 7 30 P.M. Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Wednesday 7 30 A.M. 2 00 P.M. Thursday 12 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Friday Closed Services includes distribution of 2016 Union Honorees memorabilia and ribbons Fellows lapel pins as well as general information about the 2016 Honors Tribute events including Honors Banquet seating arrangements and tickets. AGU Publications Booth Moscone South Poster Hall Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. AGU Publications will again have a presence in the poster hall Staff will be on hand to answer questions discuss new initiatives and coordinate Meet the Editor events. Please stop by to learn more about AGU Publications Outstanding Student Paper Awards (OSPA) Resource Center Moscone South Lower Level Poster Hall Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Career Center Career Lounge Moscone South Lower Level Poster Hall Monday Friday 9 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. The OSPA Resource Center assists volunteer judges liaisons and coordinators to ensure that all students who signed up are evaluated and provided with presentation feedback. Press Room MEETING SERVICES The Career Center is a great resource for both job seekers and employers. Learn about available positions and exciting careers at one of the job fairs. Need some advice Come attend one of the many career advice presentations in the careers theater or sign up for counseling sessions. Employers take advantage of the world s top Earth and space scientists in one location--interview your ideal new employee while at the Fall Meeting. Come to the Student Lounge to take a break between sessions network with other students or grab some refreshments. Recharge your batteries or your cell phone or laptop batteries. The lounge space is located within the Career Center. Moscone West Level 3 Room 3001A Monday Thursday 7 30 A.M. 6 30 P.M. Friday 7 30 A.M. 2 00 P.M. To promote public understanding of Earth and space sciences AGU operates a press room and holds press conferences as part of this international meeting. Press conferences are held in the Press Conference Room (Moscone West Room 3000) Monday through Thursday 8 00 A.M 6 00 P.M. Press releases and other materials about newsworthy research presented at the meeting are made available to reporters online at http fallmeeting.agu.org 2016 media-center as well as in the Press Room. 6 2016 AGU FALL MEETING GENERAL SERVICES Business Center Moscone Convention Center Moscone West Level 1 Moscone South Lower Level Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Internet Stations Moscone South Poster Hall Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Computers are available for attendee use. Please be mindful of your time when colleagues are waiting to use the Internet. The Business Center s services and products include computer rental printing copying fax transmission and receipt package shipping office products and more. Lost and Found Business Center Marriott Marquis 55 Fourth Street (diagonally across from Moscone West) Daily 7 00 A.M. 7 00 P.M. The Business Center s services and products include computer rental printing copying fax transmission and receipt package shipping office products and more. A Lost and Found will be located at the General Information Booths located in Moscone North South and West. At the end of each day articles will be brought to the Meeting Services Booth also located in these buildings on Level 1. Detailed information on hours and location can be found under General information and Meeting Services Booth. Mobile App Help Child Care Moscone West Level 1 Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Monday Tuesday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Support will be available to assist with downloading and navigating the mobile app. Moscone South Mezzanine Rooms 274 and 276 Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 30 P.M. KiddieCorp provides a professional children s program at the meeting. The cost for the children s program is 11.00 per hour per child for children ages 6 months through 12 years old and 13.00 per hour per child for children under 6 months old. Children must be registered for a minimum of two (2) consecutive hours per child per day. A Mothers Room is available see the next page for details. For more information contact KiddieCorp by phone at 1-858455-1718. Child care services are a contractual agreement between each individual and the child care company. AGU assumes no responsibility for the services rendered. Mothers Room Moscone South Upper Lobby West Bridge Monday Friday 7 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. A private room has been set aside near child care. A refrigerator is available in the child care room. (Moscone South Mezzanine Rooms 274 276). Refreshments Coat Check Moscone North (MN) Moscone South (MS) and Moscone West (MW) Lobbies Monday 7 30 A.M. 8 00 P.M. (MN) Tuesday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 30 P.M. (MN ) Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 30 P.M. (MS MW) There is a charge of 2.00 USD for coats 3.00 USD for luggage and 5.00 USD for laptops. Note The Moscone North coat check will be available until 9 00 P.M. on Wednesday evening. Moscone South Poster Hall and Esplanade Lobby Moscone North Hall D (Tuesday morning through Friday morning) Moscone West Levels 2 and 3 10 00 A.M 11 00 A.M. Coffee and soft drinks 3 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. Coffee soft drinks and beer Wireless Internet and Help Desks Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West Level 2 Monday Friday 9 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Wireless Internet access is available throughout much of the Moscone Center. The network access code is AGU2016. First Aid Moscone South Lower Lobby Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. A registered nurse will be available to provide basic first aid services and supply items such as bandages and acetaminophen. PRESENTER SERVICES Poster Help Moscone South Poster Hall Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Staff will be available to assist you with your poster location and other on-site needs. Push pins tape and scissors will be available for your use. General Information Booth Poster Services Copy Central Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday 6 00 A.M. 7 30 P.M. Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 4 00 P.M. Wednesday Friday 7 30 A.M. 4 00 P.M. General meeting information is available here. Lost and found items will be held here until the end of each day after which items will be taken to the Meeting Services Booth located in Moscone West Level 1. Attendees cannot be paged. It is recommended that messages be left at the attendee s hotel. Names and phone numbers of hotels are listed on page 50. Moscone South Upper Lobby Sunday 11 30 A.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Wednesday Thursday 7 30 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Friday 7 30 A.M. 3 00 P.M. AGU has partnered with Copy Central to print posters for pick up at the Moscone Center. Attendees who submitted and paid via the Copy Central site may pick up their posters at the Poster Printing Services booth in the lobby of Moscone South. Copy Central can also assist with on-site printing needs. Note at least 48 hours are needed for on-site orders. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 7 MEETING SERVICES Moscone West Level 2 (Monday Friday) Moscone South Upper Lobby Moscone North Upper Lobby Speaker Ready Room ALL speakers are required to check into the Speaker Ready Room at least 24 hours before their presentation. Moscone West Room 2001 Moscone South Mezzanine Rooms 252-260 Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday 6 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Tuesday Thursday 7 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Friday 7 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. Meeting Services Moscone West Level 1 Registration Area Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday 6 00 A.M. 7 30 P.M. Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Wednesday Friday 7 30 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Staff will be on hand to answer any questions related to the registration process. Registration Services Moscone Convention Center REGISTRATION SERVICES Guests Registered attendees may also register a guest or spouse at a charge of 100. A guest is a spouse friend or adult child (18 years old and older) who is not working in a geophysical science related occupation or field. A colleague or associate working in a related geophysical sciences field or studying geophysics in school may not register as a guest. Registered guests may not attend the scientific sessions including the Poster Hall. Guests may visit the Exhibit Hall attend the General Sessions on Monday through Thursday from 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. and purchase tickets to social events at the advertised rates. Moscone West Level 1 (full service registration and press registration) Moscone North Upper Lobby (badge materials pick-up pre-registration and exhibitor registration only) full service consists of badge materials pick-up pre-registration on-site registration meetings services honors tribute booth and other auxiliary services. Ribbon Kiosk Moscone West Level 1 Moscone North Upper Lobby Sunday 12 00 P.M.-6 30 P.M. Monday 6 00 A.M.-7 30 P.M. Tuesday 7 00 A.M.-5 00 P.M. Wednesday-Friday 7 30 A.M.-5 00 P.M. AGU ribbons will be available at this self-service kiosk for those who are eligible. Housing Moscone West Level 1 Sunday 12 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Monday 6 00 A.M. 7 30 P.M. Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Wednesday Friday 7 30 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Staff will be available to assist with hotel reservations. Special Needs AGU staff will work with its vendors to provide reasonable support to anyone with special needs. If you require special assistance during the meeting contact the Meeting Services Booth in Moscone West. Unearth your potential with the AGU Career Center. Dig deep into our resources - Paths thru science - Workforce trends and projections - Webinars and workshops - Eos Career Toolkit Articles - And coming soon--new Career Center blog Visit careers.agu.org and find us at the AGU Career Center in Moscone South MEETING SERVICES Look for blog posts on - Interviewing - The hiring process - Career profiles from scientists working for nonprofits industry and academia 8 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Sponsored by Introducing AGU s Newest Open Access Journal GeoHealth Connecting the Earth and health sciences broadly No article processing charge through January 2017 GeoHealth seeks submissions on the topics of Environmental and occupational health Outdoor and indoor air quality and pollution Food safety and security Water quality water waste treatment and water availability Toxic waste environmental pollutants and remediation Climate change in relation to human agricultural and environmental health and diseases Soil health and services Ecosystem health and services geohealth.agu.org 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 9 KEYNOTES An Inside Look H.S.H. Prince Albert II--Presidential Forum Lecturer Monday 12 December 12 30 P.M 1 15 P.M. Moscone North Hall E H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco acceded to the throne on July 12 2005. The following year he created the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation which continues his personal commitment for the protection of the environment by supporting sustainable ethical and innovative projects around the world with a focus on three main challenges fighting against climate change and promoting renewable energy combating the loss of biodiversity and preserving water resources. In January 2009 Prince Albert II of Monaco undertook a scientific journey in the Antarctic. This journey follows upon two other expeditions realized in Arctic in 2005 (Spitzberg) and 2006 when he reached the North Pole by sledge. KEYNOTES H.S.H. the Prince received among others the Teddy Roosevelt medal at the United States Congress the Roger Revelle prize at the University of California in San Diego and the B.A.U.M Environmental award in Hamburg. These distinctions were awarded to him in acknowledgement of his actions towards environmental protection. Shifting the Energy Mix in a Post-Paris World--Union Frontiers of Geophysics Lecture Moderator Andrew Revkin Tuesday 13 December 12 30 P.M 1 30 P.M. Moscone North Hall E The panel will present economic scientific and industry viewpoints on future energy demand the shifting energy mix energy trade offs and the economic social and political drivers of those shifts in a post Paris COP 21 world. Questions to be explored include How does the work to meet COP21 agreements get done on the ground Where are the trade-offs in the energy mix that will allow for rapid decarbonization without undermining economic growth and electrification in developing nations like India And what role can scientists play in asking and answering key questions in achieving this massive transition Marcia McNutt--Union Agency Lecturer Thursday 15 December 12 30 P.M 1 30 P.M. Moscone North Hall E From 2013 to 2016 McNutt was editor-in-chief of Science journals. She was also director of the U.S. Geological Survey from 2009 to 2013 during which time USGS responded to a number of major disasters including the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. For her work to help contain that spill McNutt was awarded the U.S. Coast Guard s Meritorious Service Medal. She is a fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Geological Society of America American Association for the Advancement of Science and the International Association of Geodesy. Her honors include membership in the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 1998 McNutt was awarded AGU s Macelwane Medal for research accomplishments by a young scientist and she received the Maurice Ewing Medal in 2007 for her contributions to deep-sea exploration. McNutt has a B.A. in physics Colorado College and a Ph.D. in Earth sciences Scripps Institution of Oceanography. 10 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Empower Your Science Get Cited Get Funding Go Further Attend these Sessions and Events to Improve Your Data Skills and Practices TH15B Kicko Conversation on the Importance of Data in the Earth and Space Sciences A Conversation with Rebecca Moore Director of Google Earth Earth Engine & Outreach Moore will discuss Google s perspective on working with big data especially from space and the emergence of the use of massively-parallel cloud computing machine learning and artificial intelligence and other tools to extract meaning and insight from these petapixel-scale datasets. There are implications for some of our most intractable global challenges such as climate change. Monday 12 December 6 15 P.M. 7 15 P.M. Moscone South 102 Tuesday 13 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. TH23A Data Skills Recommended for Researchers and Scientists Moscone West 2002 Related Session 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. IN23F Linking Earth Systems Data to Better Address Societal Challenges A View of the Earth from the Interior to the Edge of Space Supported by Data to Bring Enhanced Understanding Moscone West 2002 Wednesday 14 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. TH33A Data Management Plan Development and Management Best Practices Moscone West 2003 Related Sessions 8 00 A.M. 8 55 A.M. IN31E Leptoukh Lecture for the Earth and Space Sciences Informatics Focus Group Moscone West 2022 2024 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. IN31G Laying the Foundations for Global Research Challenges Exemplars of Collaborative Infrastructures for Realizing the Potential of Data Data Everywhere Moscone West 2022 2024 Thursday 15 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. TH43A Research Reproducibility Techniques Moscone West 2009 Related Sessions 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. IN42A Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component I Moscone West 2000 1 40 P.M. 6 00 P.M. IN43A Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component II Poster Hall And be sure to check out relevant related sessions identi ed under the Data & Emerging Technologies SWIRL to further expand your knowledge and expertise. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 11 SECTION AND FOCUS GROUP LECTURES Monday 12 December P14A Shoemaker Lecture 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 To See a World in a Grain of Sand Insights into Solar System Formation and Evolution from Isotopic Analyses of Planetary Materials Presented by Meenakshi Wadhwa Arizona State University USA P14B Whipple Lecture 5 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Serendipity in the Outer Solar System Presented by John Spencer Southwest Research Institute USA NH21D White Lecture 9 00 A.M. Moscone South 104 Slow Onsets Abrupt Changes and Fast Reflexes Learning from Climate Hazards in a Changing World Presented by Roger Pulwarty NOAA USA H22A Hydrology Awards and Walter B. Langbein Lecture 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Exploring Landscapes and Ecosystems by Studying Their Streams Presented by James Kirchner ETH Zurich Switzerland V22A Bowen Lecture 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 104 Perspectives on Planetary Evolution from Minor Isotopes of Major Elements Presented by Tim Elliott University of Bristol U.K. V22A Bowen Lecture 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 104 Sulfide-Sulfate Equilibria in Subducted Lithosphere Mantle Redox and the Deep Earth Sulfur Cycle in Space and Time Presented by Dante Canil University of Victoria Canada C23C The Nye Lecture and Honored Member Presentations 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Are You Pondering What I m Pondering Time and Change in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Presented by Christina Hulbe University of Otago New Zealand S24A Gutenberg Lecture 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 102 Seismological Insights on the Lithosphere-Asthenosphere Boundary Presented by Karen Fischer Brown University USA SH24A The 2016 Parker Lecture 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Spectroscopic Exploration of Solar Flares Presented by Thomas Woods University of Colorado USA Tuesday 13 December A21J Bjerknes Lecture 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Climate Models and Tropical Cyclones A Hierarchy of Idealized Models of Tropical Cyclogenesis Presented by Isaac Held NOAA USA A21O Charney Lecture 9 00 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Making Sense of U.S. Air Quality Presented by Daniel Jacob Harvard University USA SECTION AND FOCUS GROUP LECTURES AGU CINEMA Short Films on Science Cool your heels and enjoy one or two Monday Tuesday 8 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Thursday 8 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. Friday 8 00 A.M. 1 00 P.M. Sharing Science Room Moscone West 2001A GP24A Bullard Lecture 5 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 Exploring Earth s Magnetic Field Using Satellites--From Oersted to Swarm Presented by Nils Olsen Technical University of Denmark Copenhagen SA24A The 2016 Nicolet Lecture 5 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 A Comparative Look at How Ionospheres Respond to the External Environment Presented by Thomas Cravens University of Kansas USA 12 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Wednesday 14 December IN31E Leptoukh Lecture for the Earth and Space Sciences Informatics Focus Group 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Data Data Everywhere... Presented by Cynthia Chandler Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution USA GC31K Bolin Lecture 9 00 A.M. Moscone South 104 Interweaving Climate Research and Public Understanding Presented by Alan Betts Atmospheric Research USA B32D Sagan Lecture 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 The Co-Evolution of Life & Environment and the Astrobiological Quest Presented by Nathalie Cabrol NASA Ames Research Center USA PP32A Emiliani Lecture 11 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Resolving Some Puzzles of Climate Evolution Since the Last Glacial Maximum A Melding of Paleoclimate Modeling and Data Presented by Bette Otto-Bliesner National Center for Atmospheric Research USA NG33C Lorenz Lecture 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 104 Analytic Theory of Wind-Driven Sea Presented by Vladimir Zakharov Novosibirsk State University Russia OS33A Rachel Carson Lecture 2 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Hidden Worlds of Marine Microbes Presented by Elizabeth Armbrust University of Washington USA G34A Bowie Lecture 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 InSAR Geodesy The Next Phase Presented by Mark Simons California Institute of Technology USA T34A Birch Lecture 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 Taking the Pulse of Mid-Ocean Ridges Presented by Maya Tolstoy University of Columbia USA GC43G Schneider Lecture 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Connecting Climate Science to Policy from Global Food Production to the U.S. Supreme Court Presented by David Battisti University of Washington USA GC43H Tyndall History of Global Environmental Change Lecture 2 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Earth from Space The Power of Perspective Presented by Waleed Abdalati Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences USA EP44A Sharp Lecture 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 From Mountain Belts to Mountainsides New Discoveries in Tectonic Fluvial and Hillslope Geomorphology at Three Landscape Scales Presented by Alison Duvall University of Washington USA Friday 16 December OS52A Harald Sverdrup Lecture 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Detecting Anthropogenic Climate Forcing in the Ocean Presented by Susan Wijffels CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Australia OS52C William S. and Carelyn Y. Reeburgh Lecture 11 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Acetylene Fermentation Primordial Biogeochemistry the Search for Life in the Outer Solar System and Maybe Some Earthly Bioremediation Too Presented by Ronald Oremland USGS MS480 USA Watch Students Tell Their Winning Stories at the NASA Hyperwall Thursday 15 December V42A Daly Lecture 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 104 Siderophile Elements in Tracing Planetary Formation and Evolution Presented by Richard Walker University of Maryland College Park USA H42H The Paul A. Witherspoon Midcareer Lecture Award in Hydrologic Sciences 2016 Awardee Prof. Paolo D Odorico 11 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022-2024 Drivers and Effects of Virtual Water Cycling Presented by Paolo D Odorico University of Virginia USA 13 14 December 2016 12 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. Be a partNorth--Exhibit Hall Moscone of AGU in 2016 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 13 SECTION AND FOCUS GROUP LECTURES SECTION AND FOCUS GROUP EVENTS Monday 12 December Global Environmental Change Focus Group Early Career Reception 8 30 P.M. 9 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salons 5 6 Sponsored by Earth s Future Ocean Sciences Honor Luncheon 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C2 Sponsored by JGR Oceans Ball Aerospace and PLOS One Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences Focus Group Luncheon 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Jillian s at Metreon 175 4th Street Sponsored by Earth s Future Atmospheric and Space Electricity Focus Group Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. InterContinental San Francisco InterContinental Ballroom A Sponsored by JGR Space Physics Space Weather Atmospheric Sciences Section Banquet 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Jillian s at Metreon 175 4th Street Sponsored by JGR Atmosphere Ball Aerospace and Lockheed Martin Biogeosciences Section Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. InterContinental San Francisco Grand Ballroom A B Sponsored by JGR Biogeo GBC Elementa and New Phytologist Cryosphere Sciences Focus Group Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 8 Sponsored by JGR Earth Surface Canadian Science Publishing and IASC Earth and Space Science Informatics Focus Group Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Infusion Lounge 124 Ellis Street Sponsored by JGR Earth Surface and Elsevier Geodesy Section and UNAVCO Joint Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salons 1 3 Sponsored by JGR Solid Earth Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Section Business Meeting and Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C3 Sponsored by JGR Earth Surface and 2G Enterprises Global Environmental Change Focus Group Business Meeting 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Buca di Beppo 855 Howard St. Sponsored by PLOS One Joint Mineral and Rock Physics and Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Focus Group Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C2 Sponsored by JGR Solid Earth SECTION AND FOCUS GROUP EVENTS Tuesday 13 December Biogeosciences Section Business Meeting and Luncheon 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Buca di Beppo 855 Howard St Sponsored by Elementa and New Phytologist Hydrology Section Business Meeting and Luncheon 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 7 Sponsored by Water Resources Research Near Surface Geophysics Focus Group Luncheon 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Foothill C (formerly Club Room) Sponsored by JGR Earth Surface Pay Your 2017 Membership Dues at the Fall Meeting and Receive a Free Gift 2 Places to Renew The AGU Booth in Moscone North Take a look at what AGU members have to look forward to in 2017 The Membership Counter at Registration in Moscone West Look for the dedicated membership counter in the registration area in Moscone West Be a part of AGU in 2017 membership.agu.org 14 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Natural Hazards Focus Group Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. InterContinental San Francisco Grand Ballroom C Sponsored by Earth s Future Nonlinear Geophysics Focus Group Business Meeting and Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Nob Hill A C Sponsored by Earth and Space Science Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Focus Group and Ocean Sciences Section Joint Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. InterContinental San Francisco InterContinental Ballroom B C Sponsored by JGR Oceans and Paleoceanography Planetary Sciences Reception and Business Meeting 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Paragon Restaurant & Bar 701 2nd Street Sponsored by JGR Planets American Astronomical Society Division of Planetary Sciences Ball Aerospace Lockheed Martin The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and University of Western Ontario Centre for Planetary Sciences Seismology and Tectonophysics Section Joint Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salons 12 15 Sponsored by Tectonics and JGR Solid Earth Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 9 Sponsored by G-cubed Deltech Geochemical Society and Mineralogical Society of America Space Physics and Aeronomy Section Reception 7 30 P.M. 9 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 7 Sponsored by JGR Space Physics Lockheed Martin and The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Thursday 15 December Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Focus Group Reception 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Foothill C (formerly Club Room) Sponsored by JGR Earth Surface Open Up Your Science Earth and Space Science welcomes original research papers spanning all of the Earth planetary and space sciences particularly papers presenting and interpreting key data sets and observations. earthspacescience.agu.org 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 15 SECTION AND FOCUS GROUP EVENTS 16 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Function Start Time End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type Sunday 11 December 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 9 30 A.M. 10 45 A.M. 11 30 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 7 00 P.M. 7 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 7 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 2 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis InterContinental San Francisco San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 6 30 P.M. Moscone North 1 00 P.M. Moscone South 5 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 5 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Sierra C Sierra J Room 104 Upper Lobby Hall Sierra E Sierra F Salon 2-3 Union Square Sierra F Room 2000 Golden Gate B Golden Gate A Sierra B Salons 5-6 Salon 4 6 30 P.M. Moscone South Upper Lobby 6 15 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 6 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Sierra D Foothill C (nee Club Room) 6 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 8 6 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 9 5 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 7 5 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 1 Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 12 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 2-3 AGU Sponsored 5 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate A AGU Sponsored By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Ticket Required Ticket Required By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All AGU Heads and Chairs Workshop Communicating Science with Any Audience Workshop ESA-NASA IceSheet MassBalance Intercomparison Hooking Undergraduates into Geophysics Data and Methods (GPS Lidar InSAR Photogrammetry) Through Societally Important Issues Student and Early Career Scientist Conference Student and Early Career Scientist Conference Breakout Room EQ CEESMO 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report Leads Authors Poster Printing Services Counter Geophysical Research Letters Editorial Board Meeting IGSN e.G. and EarthCube iSamples Joint Meeting Public Lecture Registration Registration JGR Space Physics Editorial Board Meeting Paleoceanography Editorial Board Meeting Science Storytelling Video Workshop JGR Atmospheres Editorial Board Meeting JGR Biogeosciences Editorial Board Meeting Session Chair Training International Reception Undergraduate Mentoring Program Welcome Reception Space Physics and Aeronomy Executive Committee Meeting Planetary Sciences SPA Career Night Mixer Planetary Sciences SPA Career Night Mixer - Breakout Monday 12 December 6 00 A.M. 6 00 A.M. 7 30 P.M. 7 30 P.M. Moscone North Moscone West Upper Lobby Hall AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Registration 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 17 Registration EVENTS AT A GLANCE EVENTS AT A GLANCE Start Time 6 30 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Moscone North San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone South Mezzanine San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone South Moscone South Moscone South Moscone West Moscone West Moscone South Esplanade Poster and Exhibit Hall San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 12 00 P.M. Moscone West 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 8 30 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A Golden Gate B 2001A 2001A Room 120 121 Golden Gate C1 South Bridge Sierra B Halls A-C Poster Hall Halls A-C Poster Hall Hall A-C Poster Hall 2nd Floor Lobby 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall Sierra A Golden Gate C2 Sierra C Golden Gate B Salon 13 Salon 10 3 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate A 9 00 A.M. Moscone West Overlook 2018 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 13 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 11 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 10 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 2 AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 3 AGU Sponsored 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 4 AGU Sponsored 7 30 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Sierra A AGU Sponsored Function End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Ticket Required Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Open To All Ticket Required By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Affilliation and Engagement Taskforce Breakfast Meeting Biogeosciences Hydrology-Soil Systems and Critical Zone Processes Technical Committee Meeting Hydrology-Ecohydrology Technical Committee Meeting Hydrology-Ground Water Technical Committee Meeting Hydrology-Hydrogeophysics Technical Committee Meeting 18 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Hydrology-Large-Scale Field Experimentation Technical Committee Meeting Hydrology-Remote Sensing Technical Committee Meeting Morning Coffee for Donors Geophysical Information For Teachers Workshop Day 1 Sharing Science space Undergraduate Mentoring Program Planning Meeting SketchYourScience AGU Cinema Short Films on Science COSEE AGU Career Workshop Establishing and Sustaining an Undergraduate Research Program One-on-one with an Attorney USGS Meeting with Canada and Mexico Outstanding Student Paper Award Resource Center Career Center and Student Lounge Career Resources Theater Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments GeoHealth Editorial Board Meeting Honors Tribute Luncheon G-Cubed Editorial Board Meeting How To Be a Mass Media or Congressional Science Fellow Hydrology - Hydrological Uncertainty Technical Committee Meeting Hydrology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences-Water and Society Technical Committee Meeting Function 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 2 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 8 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 9 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone West Moscone North Moscone North San Francisco Marriott Marquis 4 30 P.M. Poster and Exhibit Hall 4 30 P.M. Moscone South Esplanade 4 30 P.M. Moscone West 4 30 P.M. Moscone West 3 45 P.M. Moscone West 2001A 2nd Floor Lobby 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall Overlook 2018 Salon 7 Salons 10-11 Golden Gate C1 2001A Hall D Exhibit Hall Salons 5-6 3 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 9 2 00 P.M. Moscone West 2001A 4 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C1 1 30 P.M. Jillian s at Metreon 175 4th Street 2 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C3 AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 2 AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 12 AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 3 AGU Sponsored Start Time End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Mineral and Rock Physics Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Nonlinear Geophysics Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Student Travel Grant Appreciation Luncheon Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology and Planetary Sciences Joint Student Mixer Research Mentoring of Young Scientists from Undergraduate to Postdocs Sharing Science Mentoring Meet-Up Honors Program Workshop Getting to Fair Recognizing Implicit Bias and Reducing its Impact Sharing Science Communications Clinic Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Afternoon Donor Reception AGU Fellows Gathering Earth Science Roundtable Facilitating Classroom Innovation in the Geosciences Taking Advantage of NSF Education Programs in the Division of Undergraduate Education Pop-Up Talks Icebreaker Reception Student Mixer Global Environmental Change Focus Group Early Career Reception Tuesday 13 December 6 30 A.M. 6 30 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. Earth & Space Science Editorial Board Meeting 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 45 A.M. 7 45 A.M. 7 45 A.M. 7 45 A.M. 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis Sierra G Sierra D Salon 5 Sierra I Salon 10 Salon 11 Salon 12 AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only JGR Planets Editorial Board Meeting Earth and Space Science Informatics Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Heads and Chairs Breakfast Hydrology-Precipitation Technical Committee Meeting 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 19 Hydrology-Surface Water Technical Committee Meeting Hydrology-Unsaturated Zone Technical Committee Meeting EVENTS AT A GLANCE EVENTS AT A GLANCE Start Time 6 45 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 30 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 11 30 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 1 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 11 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Moscone South Moscone South Moscone West Moscone West Moscone South Esplanade Poster and Exhibit Hall Moscone South Moscone North San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis Buca di Beppo San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 12 00 P.M. 1 15 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 6 00 P.M. Moscone South 3 00 P.M. Moscone South Mezzanine 12 00 P.M. Moscone West 2001A South Bridge Halls A-C Poster Hall 2001A Sierra B Golden Gate C1 Halls A-C Poster Hall Hall A-C Poster Hall Hall A-C Poster Hall 2nd Floor Lobby 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall Halls A-C Poster Hall Exhibit Hall Sierra I 2001A Salon 4 855 Howard St Salons 14-15 Salon 5 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A 3 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate A 8 00 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 7 7 30 A.M. Moscone West Room 2000 9 00 A.M. Moscone West Overlook 2018 5 00 P.M. Moscone West Hall AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 5 00 P.M. Moscone North Upper Lobby AGU Sponsored 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 4 AGU Sponsored 7 45 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 2 AGU Sponsored Function End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Ticket Required By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Hydrology-Water Quality Technical Committee Meeting Tectonophysics Section Executive Committee Meeting Registration Registration Morning Coffee for Donors 20 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Session Chair Training Student Breakfast Geophysical Information For Teachers Workshop Day 2 Sharing Science space AGU Cinema Short Films on Science One-on-one with an Attorney Outstanding Student Paper Award Resource Center SketchYourScience Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) Partnership Roundtable Broadening Participation in the Geosciences Making What Works Work for You Career Center and Student Lounge Career Resources Theater General Career Fair Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Recruitment Luncheon Data Visualization and Storytelling Contest Winners Presentations Planetary Education Committee Luncheon Science Policy Networking Lounge Atmospheric Sciences Section Executive Committee Meeting Biogeosciences Section Business Meeting Luncheon Eos Editorial Board Eos.org Advisory Panel Meeting Geodesy Section Executive Committee Meeting Function 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 5 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. Moscone North Moscone West Moscone West Moscone South Esplanade Poster and Exhibit Hall Moscone West Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis InterContinental San Francisco Jillian s at Metreon 175 4th Street InterContinental San Francisco San Francisco Marriott Marquis Grand Ballroom A-B Salons 10-11 6 00 P.M. 3 45 P.M. Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis 3 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 2 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 3 Nob Hill A-C Salon 2 Golden Gate C1 2001A Golden Gate C1 AGU Booth 2nd Floor Lobby 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall Overlook 2018 2001A Sierra F Foothill C (nee Club Room) Golden Gate B InterContinental Ballroom A 1 30 P.M. Jillian s at Metreon 175 4th Street 2 00 P.M. Moscone North Rooms 123-124 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 12 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 6 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C2 2 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Foothill C (nee Club Room) AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 7 AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 10 AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 11 AGU Sponsored Start Time End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Ticket Required Ticket Required Ticket Required By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Ticket Required By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Ticket Required Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Section Executive Committee Meeting Global Environmental Change Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Hydrology Section Business Meeting and Luncheon Near Surface Geophysics Focus Group Luncheon Ocean Sciences Honor Luncheon Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Seismology Section Executive Committee Meeting Sharing Science in Plain English (Panel & Lunch) Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences Focus Group Luncheon Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Supporters Circle Luncheon Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Executive Committee Meeting Is it Harassment or Not A Workshop for Women and Men The Next Frontier Science Communication and Outreach Workshop for Established Scientists Earth in Context Resources for Integrating Earth Literacy with Societal Issues Across the Curriculum AGU Fall Meeting Tweetup Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Afternoon Donor Reception Pop-Up Talks Mitigation Potential of Wood Use and Forest Management Diversity Reception Networking Reception for Early Career Female Scientists and Students Atmospheric and Space Electricity Focus Group Reception Atmospheric Sciences Section Banquet Biogeosciences Section Reception 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 21 Communities and Scientists Working Together Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) Networking Reception EVENTS AT A GLANCE EVENTS AT A GLANCE Start Time 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 7 45 P.M. 8 30 P.M. 10 00 P.M. 9 15 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 8 00 P.M. Paragon Restaurant & Bar 701 2nd Street Salons 12-15 Salon 9 Salon 7 Sierra J 8 00 P.M. InterContinental San Francisco 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Nob Hill A-C InterContinental Ballroom B-C 8 00 P.M. InterContinental San Francisco Grand Ballroom C 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C2 8 00 P.M. Buca di Beppo- 855 Howard Street 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C3 AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salons 1-3 AGU Sponsored 8 00 P.M. Infusion Lounge 124 Ellis Street AGU Sponsored 8 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 8 AGU Sponsored Function End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type Ticket Required Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only Cryosphere Sciences Focus Group Reception Earth and Space Science Informatics Focus Group Reception Geodesy Section and UNAVCO Joint Reception Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Section Business Meeting and Reception Global Environmental Change Focus Group Business Meeting 22 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 6 30 A.M. 6 30 A.M. 6 30 A.M. 6 30 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 7 45 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 10 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis South Beach Harbor at Pier 40 Moscone West Moscone North Moscone West Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone West Moscone South Mezzanine Moscone South Overlook 2018 Upper Lobby Hall 2001A Salon 2 2001A South Bridge Halls A-C Poster Hall Sierra D Sierra F Salons 10-11 Sierra A Salon 12 AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Open To All Open To All Joint Mineral and Rock Physics and Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Focus Group Reception Natural Hazards Focus Group Reception Nonlinear Geophysics Focus Group Business Meeting and Recpetion Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Focus Group and Ocean Sciences Section Joint Reception Planetary Sciences Reception and Business Meeting Seismology and Tectonophysics Section Joint Reception Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Reception Space Physics and Aeronomy Section Reception University of Leeds Alumni Event Wednesday 14 December By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Registration Required By Invitation Only Reviews of Geophysics Editorial Board Meeting Space Weather Editorial Board Meeting Water Resources Research Editorial Board Meeting Tectonics Editorial Board Meeting Hydrology-Technical Committee Chairs AGU Fun Run and Walk Morning Coffee for Donors Registration Registration Sharing Science space AGU-CSLDF Legal Symposium Meet the Filmmaker Panel One-on-one with an Attorney By Invitation Only Outstanding Student Paper Award Resource Center Function 8 00 A.M. 8 30 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 11 30 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 15 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 2 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis Lulu Restaurant San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 1 00 P.M. Moscone North 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 12 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A Salons 14-15 Exhibit Hall Sierra J Foothill G Salon 4 Salon 3 Golden Gate C1-C3 Room 2012 Salon 5 816 Folsom Street Sierra E Salon 6 Sierra K Sierra F Nob Hill AB Salon 13 Salon 11 Salon 10 Salon 12 11 00 A.M. Poster and Exhibit Hall 11 00 A.M. Moscone South Esplanade Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall 11 00 A.M. Moscone West 3rd Floor Lobby 11 00 A.M. Moscone West 2nd Floor Lobby 5 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall 12 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate A 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall AGU Sponsored 1 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Foothill C (nee Club Room) AGU Sponsored 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Start Time End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type SketchYourScience Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) Project Launch Workshop Career Center and Student Lounge Career Resources Theater Navigating the NSF System International Career Fair Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Communicating Your Science Ask the Experts Presidents Club Luncheon By Invitation Only Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Ticket Required Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Data Visualization and Storytelling Contest Winners Presentations Space Physics and Aeronomy Education and Public Outreach Committee Lunch WinSAR Business Meeting Atmospheric and Space Electricity Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Biogeosciences Section Executive Committee Meeting Career Opportunities Networking Lunch Convening a Chapman Conference Who What When Where and Why Cryosphere Sciences Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Earth s Future Editorial Board Meeting Global Biogeochemical Cycles Editorial Board Meeting Hydrology Section Executive Committee Meeting JGR Earth Surface Editorial Board Meeting JGR Oceans Editorial Board Meeting JGR Solid Earth Editorial Board Meeting Natural Hazards Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting Near Surface Geophysics Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 23 Ocean Sciences Section Executive Committee Meeting Planetary Sciences Section Executive Committee Meeting EVENTS AT A GLANCE EVENTS AT A GLANCE Start Time 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 45 P.M. 8 30 P.M. 12 00 A.M. 7 45 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 11 00 P.M. 7 00 P.M. 11 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Moscone South San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone North San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 6 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 11 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 1 Golden Gate A Halls A-C Poster Hall Sierra C Golden Gate C1 Golden Gate B Hall E Sierra E Salons 7-9 6 00 P.M. Moscone West Overlook 2018 4 30 P.M. Poster and Exhibit Hall 4 30 P.M. Moscone South Esplanade Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall 4 30 P.M. Moscone West 3rd Floor Lobby 4 30 P.M. Moscone West 2nd Floor Lobby 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2001A 4 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate A AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event Auxilliary Event Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 3 00 P.M. Moscone West 2001A AGU Sponsored 1 45 P.M. Moscone West 2001A AGU Sponsored 1 30 P.M. Moscone North Room 123-124 AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Ticket Required Function End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type Science Policy 101 A Field Guide to Congress Sharing Science Networking Lounge Blogging and Social Media Forum 101 Success in Scientific Publishing and Outreach Blogging and Social Media Forum 201 24 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 12 00 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 7 00 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 11 59 P.M. 7 45 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 11 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. Moscone North San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone West Moscone North Moscone West Moscone West Moscone West San Francisco Marriott Marquis Moscone South Mezzanine AGU Booth Salons 10-11 Overlook 2018 Upper Lobby Hall 2001A 2001A Salon 1 South Bridge AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Afternoon Donor Reception NASA Blue CMS Team Meeting Opportunities Beyond Academia Wearing the White Hat Careers in Science Policy Juneau Icefield Research Program Open House SpecNet Annual Meeting GIPSY User Group Meeting Honors Ceremony Hydrology Section Student Meeting Honors Banquet Thursday 15 December AGU Giving Day 2016 Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Focus Group Executive Committee Meeting By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Morning Coffee for Donors Registration Registration Sharing Science space AGU Cinema Short Films on Science Managing Analysing and Publishing with DRP One-on-one with an Attorney By Invitation Only Function 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 11 30 A.M. 11 30 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 5 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 7 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 8 30 P.M. 8 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. Moscone West Moscone West Moscone South Esplanade Poster and Exhibit Hall San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis InterContinental San Francisco San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis InterContinental San Francisco San Francisco Marriott Marquis 5 00 P.M. Moscone West 5 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis San Francisco Marriott Marquis 12 30 P.M. Moscone West 1 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis 11 00 A.M. Poster and Exhibit Hall 11 00 A.M. Moscone South Esplanade Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall Foothill C (nee Club Room) 2001A Golden Gate B Golden Gate A 2001A 2nd Floor Lobby 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall Salons 6-11 Salons 14-15 Telegraph Hill Salons 10-11 Foothill C (nee Club Room) Sutter Foothill G 11 00 A.M. Moscone West 3rd Floor Lobby 11 00 A.M. Moscone West 2nd Floor Lobby 5 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall 12 00 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate A 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored Auxilliary Event 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall AGU Sponsored 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A AGU Sponsored 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Start Time End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type Outstanding Student Paper Award Resource Center SketchYourScience Career Center and Student Lounge Career Resources Theater Geo-Games Showcase and Workshop Postdoc Career Fair Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Honors Program Committee Recognition Event By Invitation Only Open To All By Invitation Only Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only By Invitation Only Ticket Required By Invitation Only Open To All Science Policy 201 Advocacy in Action Bright STaRS Luncheon Increasing Our Capacity to Address Climate Change Through Collective Impact Developing a Model for Effective Regional Climate Literacy Networks Wikipedia Year of Science Edit-a-Thon Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Undergraduate Mentoring Program Near- Peer Networking Session Reviewer Author Appreciation Reception 2016 Sustainers Circle and 25 & 50-year Member Reception Cryosphere Focus Group Meeting Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Focus Group Reception FMPC Reception Reception for the South China Deep-Sea Program Friday 16 December 7 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. Moscone West Overlook 2018 AGU Sponsored By Invitation Only 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 25 Morning Coffee for Donors EVENTS AT A GLANCE EVENTS AT A GLANCE Start Time 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. Poster and Exhibit Hall 4 30 P.M. Moscone South Esplanade 4 30 P.M. Moscone West 4 30 P.M. Moscone West 11 00 A.M. Poster and Exhibit Hall 11 00 A.M. Moscone South Esplanade 11 00 A.M. Moscone West 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall 2nd Floor Lobby 3rd Floor Lobby Esplanade Lobby Poster and Exhibit Hall 11 00 A.M. Moscone West 2nd Floor Lobby 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A-C Poster Hall 1 00 P.M. Moscone West 2001A AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored AGU Sponsored 6 30 P.M. Moscone West 2001A AGU Sponsored 5 00 P.M. Moscone West Hall AGU Sponsored 5 00 P.M. Moscone North Upper Lobby AGU Sponsored Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Function End Time Building Room Function Type Event Type Registration Registration Sharing Science space AGU Cinema Short Films on Science Outstanding Student Paper Award Resource Center 26 2016 AGU FALL MEETING SketchYourScience Career Center and Student Lounge Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments Refreshment Breaks 2nd Floor Lobby Refreshment Breaks 3rd Floor Lobby Refreshments (Coffee Service only) Refreshments 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 27 AGU ON-DEMAND Anytime Access to the 2016 Fall Meeting AGU continues to create a path for interdisciplinary collaboration at Fall Meeting. New for 2016 two programs are unifying topics to help categorize and promote sessions with common transdisciplinary themes. The AGU On-Demand program and the SWIRL program were oranized with common interdisciplinary topics to help you better navigate the meeting s dynamic and collaborative content. AGU On-Demand AGU On-Demand gives you access to select breakthrough research being presented at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting available for livestreaming during the meeting and on-demand viewing after the meeting. The sessions selected for the AGU On-Demand program have been organized into channels to help livestream audience members plan their veiwing and on-demand viewers to browse by topic. AGU On-Demand Channels Climate Data & Emerging Technologies Earth Processes Extreme Events & Hazards GeoHealth Planetary Discovery Science & Society Union AGU ON-DEMAND The channels with their sessions by day are displayed on the following pages. Visit AGUOnDemand.agu.org to sign up for free access to begin viewing content as early as 11 December 28 2016 AGU FALL MEETING CLIMATE See Page 38 for the Climate description. Tuesday 13 December A21J Bjerknes Lecture 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West C23C The Nye Lecture and Honored Member Presentations 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Thursday 15 December B42A Tropical Forests under a Changing Climate III 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West GC43H Tyndall History of Global Environmental Change Lecture 2 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West B44D The Resilience and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Climate Change I 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 29 AGU ON-DEMAND DATA & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES See Page 38 for the Data & Emerging Technologies description. Monday 12 December TH15B Kickoff Conversation on the Importance of Data in the Earth and Space Sciences A Conversation with R ebecca Moore Director of Google Earth 6 15 P.M. 7 15 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South Wednesday 14 December IN31E Leptoukh Lecture for the Earth and Space Sciences Informatics Focus Group 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West A32A Advances in Remote Sensing of Fires Aerosols and Trace Gases for Air Quality Applications I 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West A33P The Rise of Small Satellite Constellations for Earth Observation I 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West G34A Bowie Lecture 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Friday 16 December IN53D Darth Data Awaken the Forces to Rescue Old Data for New Discoveries II 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South AGU ON-DEMAND Tuesday 13 December G22A Recent Advances in the Application of InSAR and High-Resolution Geodetic Data for Crustal Deformation Research II 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West GP24A Bullard Lecture 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South 30 2016 AGU FALL MEETING EARTH PROCESSES See Page 38 for the Earth Processes description. Tuesday 13 December H22A Hydrology Awards and Walter B. Langbein Lecture 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West S24A Gutenberg Lecture 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South OS33A Rachel Carson Lecture 2 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West T34A Birch Lecture 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South B43H Tree Mortality Causes Patterns and Implications I 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West Thursday 15 December GC41I The Role of Fire in the Earth System Understanding Drivers Feedbacks and Interactions with the Land Atmosphere and Society I 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 2020 Moscone West V42A Daly Lecture 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South Friday 16 December C51E Exploration Observation and Modeling of Fast-Moving Glaciers Ice Sheets and Permafrost Landscapes I 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 2020 Moscone West OS52A Harald Sverdrup Lecture 10 20 A.M. 11 20 A.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Wednesday 14 December PP32A Emiliani Lecture 11 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West NG33C Lorenz Lecture 1 40 P.M. 2 40 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 31 AGU ON-DEMAND EP44A Sharp Lecture 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West EXTREME EVENTS & HAZARDS See Page 38 for the Extreme Events & Hazards description. Monday 12 December OS12B Marine Geohazards I 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West Tuesday 13 December NH21D White Lecture 9 00A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 104 Moscone South NH22A Extreme Sea Levels and Coastal Risks in a Changing Climate I 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South NH23D Hydrological Geochemical and Geophysical Responses to Earthquakes II 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South SH24A The 2016 Parker Lecture 4 00P.M. 5 00 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Wednesday 14 December NH31B Landslide Hazard Runout Dynamics Vulnerability and Risk Analysis I 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 102 Moscone South V32A Twenty-Five Years of Science from the 1991 Mount Pinatubo Volcano Eruption I 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South NH34A Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science II 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South AGU ON-DEMAND H13Q Global Floods Forecasting Monitoring Risk Assessment and Socioeconomic Response I 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West H14E Hydroclimatic Extremes Drought I 4 00P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West 32 2016 AGU FALL MEETING GEOHEALTH See Page 38 for the GeoHealth description. Monday 12 December PA11E The Future of A.M.erica s Water Understanding the Landscape of Water Security Risk and Addressing the Associated Societal and Economic Impacts I 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 104 Moscone South GC12A Human and Ecosystem Health in a Changing World I 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West Thursday 15 December PA44B GeoHealth-Innovative Research at the Intersection of Geoscience and Health Science II 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South A21O Charney Lecture 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Please see page 9 for the Geohealth Journal Ad. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 33 AGU ON-DEMAND Tuesday 13 December PLANETARY DISCOVERY See Page 38 for the Planetary Discovery description. Monday 12 December NH12A Asteroids Impact Risk and Planetary Defense I 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South P14B Whipple Lecture 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Wednesday 14 December SH31D Voyager Interstellar Mission Its Scientific Discoveries and Their Relation to Remote Observations I 8 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. Room 3002 Moscone West B32D Sagan Lecture 10 20 A.M 11 20 A.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Tuesday 13 December V22A Bowen Lecture 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South P23E The Early Mars Environment Warm and Wet Cold and Wet or Cold and Icy II 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West SA24A The 2016 Nicolet Lecture 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West AGU ON-DEMAND P13C Detection and Direct Imaging of Habitable Exoplanets Progress and Future II 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West P14A Shoemaker Lecture 4 00P.M. 5 00 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Friday 16 December OS52C WilliA.M. S. and Carelyn Y. Reeburgh Lecture 11 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West 34 2016 AGU FALL MEETING SCIENCE & SOCIETY See Page 38 for the Science & Society description. Sunday 11 December Public Lecture How do we Choose a Landing Site on Mars 12 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South Wednesday 14 December GC31K Bolin Lecture 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 104 Moscone South Friday 16 December H52G Water and Society Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World V 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 3002 Moscone West S54B Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada IV 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South Tuesday 13 December S23E Operational Earthquake Forecasting Scientific Advances Validation and Implementation Communication and Uptake II 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 104 Moscone South H42H The Paul A. Witherspoon Midcareer Lecture Award in Hydrologic Sciences 2016 Awardee Prof. Paolo D Odorico 11 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West GC43G Schneider Lecture 1 40 P.M. 2 40 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 35 AGU ON-DEMAND Thursday 15 December UNION The Fall Meeting offers Union sessions that cover different and exciting topics applicable across all fields of Earth and space science. Each of these sessions has a broad interest outside of a single Section or Focus Group and is applicable across disciplines. Monday 12 December U11A Planetary Intelligence Managing Earth s Future 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West U12A Observing Earth s Water from Space Scientific Opportunities and Societal Applications 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West Frontiers of Geophysics Lecture 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Room Hall E Moscone North U23A The Path Forward from Paris One Year Later 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West U24A AGU-JpGU Great Debate 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West Thursday 15 December U41A The PETM Insights for Cause Impacts of Consequence Interest to Anthropogenic Carbon Emissions and Relevance to Current Global Change 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 102 Moscone South U42A Integration of Climate Hydrology Social Science and Water Management Connecting Hydroclimate Models with Stakeholder Need 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South Union Agency Lecture 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Room Hall E Moscone North U43A New Generation of scientists 1 40 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South AGU ON-DEMAND Presidential Forum 12 30 P.M. 1 15 P.M. Room Hall E Moscone North U13A Earth s Future The Food-Water-Energy Nexus 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2022 2024 Moscone West U14A Determining Matured Science Utility Cases and Formats 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West Wednesday 14 December U31A 2015 2016 El Ni o Global Anomalies and Societal Impacts at Regional Scale 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 2020 Moscone West U32A Collaborative Research Infrastructures to Support Current and Future Global Challenges in Earth and Space Sciences 10 20 P.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West U33A Developing a Carbon Roadmap to Decarbonize the World Economy by around 2050 and Build Resilient Carbon Sinks to Ensure Climate Stabilization at 1.5 C 2 C 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West U34A AGU-EGU Great Debate Towards New Arctic Environments Global Opportunities and Threats 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West Friday 16 December U51A Getting Near Zero Decarbonizing the Last 20% of Energy-Sector CO2 Emissions 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 102 Moscone South U52A Power to Our Samples Increasing Impact of Scientific Specimens and Collections 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South U53A The Critical Zone Revealing the Structure Function and Evolution of Earth s Living Skin 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Room 102 Moscone South Tuesday 13 December U21A Adding Health to Climate Literacy Insights into the USGCRP Climate Health Assessment for the Geoscience Community 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. Room 2020 Moscone West U22A Juno at Jupiter First Results 10 20 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Room 2020 Moscone West 36 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 37 SWIRLS AGU continues to create a path for interdisciplinary collaboration at Fall Meeting. New for 2016 two programs are unifying topics to help categorize and promote sessions with common transdisciplinary themes. The AGU On-Demand program and the SWIRL program were oranized with common interdisciplinary topics to help you better navigate the meeting s dynamic and collaborative content. Sessions with Interdisciplinary Related Learning Extreme Events & Hazards SWIRLS SWIRLs The SWIRL program provides attendees wth an interdisciplinary walk through the week. The Fall Meeting Program Committee identified linked and organized select sessions from the various sections into these topics in conjunction with the sessions chosen for AGU On-Demand. SWIRL sessions are posted on the Fall Meeting website under Program and Events and in the Meeting Summary Chart of the program book both online and in print. Extreme events and hazards are frequently observed due to strong land-ocean-cryosphere-biosphere-atmosphere coupling. Hazards are associated with Earth systems impacting all kinds of life environment ecology climate and resources. Sessions under the Extreme Events & Hazards topic provide new insights to understand the physics of all kinds of extreme events and hazards and their impacts on day-to-day life monitoring planned new observations new tools to explore ways and means to predict extreme events and associated hazards to save life and minimize losses. GeoHealth Climate Data & Emerging Technologies Earth Processes Extreme Events & Hazards GeoHealth Planetary Discovery Science & Society Soils Natural Resources Climate The climate system is composed of various components including the atmosphere hydrosphere cryosphere lithosphere and the biosphere. This topic will highlight the scientific advancements in research dealing with climate variability climate change and climate change impacts global to local scales and paleoclimate reconstructions to future climate projections. GeoHealth is a rapidly growing science spanning the interface between the Earth health ecosystem and agricultural sciences. This topic connects and brings together talks on climate change and human health medical geology natural hazards and health atmospheric science air pollution the health effects of fire the interface between water quality and health and much more. Planetary Discovery The Planetary Discovery topic explores the origins of the Earth and other planets and the physical processes at work in their atmospheres surfaces and interiors. Results come from the laboratory computer modeling astronomical facilities and spacecraft orbiting and roving throughout the solar system. Science & Society Advances in geosciences can help inform society regarding policies to manage natural resources like freshwater and fossil fuels and to better prepare and respond to challenges that arise due to Earth processes like weather extremes and earthquakes. These sessions relate research advances to societal impacts societal benefits and ways to enhance society s interactions with Earth systems. Data & Emerging Technologies Earth and space science data are critical to scientific advancement and improving our understanding of how natural systems and phenomena operate and change over time. Wherever possible data should be openly accessible and preserved for reuse into the future. Emerging technologies are creating new instruments new sensor arrays and new platforms that enable the collection of new data types and or improve the resolution accuracy and precision of data collection methodologies. Frontier computational techniques and visualization tools are rapidly influencing the way we collect data and conduct our science thus forming a fertile breeding ground for new ideas and never-before-attempted science. Soils are both responders and drivers of critical environmental changes facing the Earth. This SWIRL accounts for all aspects of the complexity of the soil system including erosion dust production soils in water transport and chemistry isotopic analyses pedogenic processes affected by volcanism physical chemical and biological composition fertility greenhouse gas production and weathering. The soils SWIRL will provide bridges of interdisciplinary and communication across the AGU membership to characterize and quantify soil processes from microbial to tectonic scales. Soils Earth Processes Natural Resources Earth processes encompasses larger-scale processes from the magnetosphere through to the inner core from both observations and models. The Natural Resources SWIRL is comprised of sessions that have a good balance among topics to given resources methods for their identification and processes taking places with particular emphasis on water resources. 38 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Why Publish with AGU Fast Publication Time to 1st decision 8 weeks Time to publication 15 22 working days 20 journals covering Earth space and interdisciplinary sciences Strong Reputation High Impact 1 in Limnology 1 in Paleontology 2 in Geochemistry and Geophysics 4 in Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences 5 in Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences According to 2015 Journal Citation Report (Thomson Reuters 2016) TWO JOURNALS 1 Water Resources Research Paleoceanography Reviews of Geophysics Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES) Earth s Future Global Reach 4 open access journals 16 journals with open access options 85 000 articles freely accessible 24 months after publication Learn more at publications.agu.org 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 39 TOWN HALLS Monday 12 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. AntArchitecture toward the continent-wide integration of radar-sounded internal surfaces to reconstruct Antarctica s climate history Moscone West 2005 Recent work in Greenland has shown the potential and value of using radar-sounded internal layering from ice sheets to back out palaeoclimatic information and reconstruct past stability. There are now sufficient data across the Antarctic Ice Sheet to make the parallel but practically more challenging objective of using its internal architecture to interpret continent-wide palaeoclimatic history. This meeting aims to assemble community expertise in this field both in the relevant data acquisition and in its applications in order to consider how as a community we can best use our data to achieve this wider goal together. DOE s Strategic Developments at the Terrestrial-Aquatic Interface Under a Changing Climate. Moscone West 2004 The terrestrial-aquatic interface is a highly dynamic component of the Earth system developed from a near balance between terrestrial and aquatic conditions forming unique processes and community assemblages. This interfaces play a critical role in biogeochemical cycling with the potential to provide major feedbacks to the Earth system. However we lack the adequate basic data and multiscale models to describe how a changing climate will influence the key processes related to feedbacks with the intent of model improvement. This town hall will highlight current developments on a coupled model-experimental approach related to DOE s strategic research priorities. EMSL A User Facility for Environmental Molecular Science Research--Expand Your Research Possibilities Moscone West 2006 This town hall provides an introduction to capabilities and expertise available at EMSL a DOE-BER-funded user facility in Richland Wash. that would be of interest to the AGU community. Hear first hand from EMSL users about their research experience at EMSL as well as from EMSL scientists describing state-of-the-art facilities available at no cost through a peer-reviewed proposal process. Come tell us about the type of expertise and capabilities that you need to reach your research goals. Enabling Development of a Community-Based Cyberinfrastructure with Task-Oriented Working Groups Moscone West 2008 The increasing amount and diversity of data along with the increasing interest in developing a predictive understanding that integrates data and models are creating a need for community-based cyberinfrastructure and tools. In response to recent workshops and meetings the Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER) has established three working groups to address these cyberinfrastructure needs across its Climate and Earth Science Division (CESD). These groups which include Data Management and Workflows Model-Data Integration and Software Engineering and Interoperability are managed by an executive committee composed of leads from CESD projects. In this town hall we present the overarching goals of this community-based cyberinfrastructure highlight the roles and activities of each working group and seek input from the broader community on identifying new activities and ensuring the development of a sustainable and impactful capability. International Ocean Bottom Seismometer Experiments and Data Moscone West 2003 The NSF-sponsored Ocean Bottom Seismograph Instrument Pool would like to invite all ocean bottom seismometer (OBS) operators developers users and interested parties to attend a town hall on International Ocean Bottom Seismometer Experiments and Data at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting. This town hall will bring together operators and researchers from around the globe to exchange ideas on data acquisition and management discuss recent experiments and open data sets and further develop international collaborations in the OBS community. Proposed speakers open will adjust based on community interest to include short presentations from as many speakers as possible. This will include a presentation on how data is added accessed at the IRIS DMC and new publicly available OBSIP data sets. Speakers from last year s standing-room only international OBS meeting arranged off-site during the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting included Brent Evers IRIS OBSIP Wayne Crawford Institut De Physique De Globe De Paris Hajime Shiobara University of Tokyo Mei Xue Tongji University Arne Schwenk K.U.M. Umwelt- und Meerestechnik Kiel Yann Hello G oazur Hitoshi Kawakatsu University of Tokyo Subbarao Yelisetti Texas A&M University-Kingsville Shuichi Kodaira JAMSTEC John Orcutt Scripps Institution of Oceanography Stephen Hicks G ralp. NASA SnowEx--Enhancing New Sensing Technologies to Retrieve Snow Water Equivalent in Forested and Other Lands Moscone West 2002 NASA SnowEx is a multiyear comprehensive airborne and in situ snow campaign. Its goal is to collect multisensor observations plus ground truth to enable trade studies for future snow satellite mission designs. In this town hall the intent is to foster a community effort to advertise current developments such as information on the winter campaign and updates for participants provide a post-campaign debrief from the fall deployment and host an open discussion on the SnowEx Project. Negative Emissions Technologies New Developments and Scientific Challenges Moscone West 2011 Negative emissions technologies (NETs) encompass a wide range of approaches that produce the net result of transferring atmospheric CO2 into a storage compartment separate from the atmosphere. NETs especially those involving land carbon sinks are playing a growing role in candidate climate mitigation strategies. Enhancing the potential magnitude sustainability and affordability of these approaches poses significant scientific and policy challenges. Come to this town hall to learn about new initiatives on NETs to share what you are doing and discuss priorities and opportunities for future action. New Opportunities for Collaborative Marine Scientific Research in the Pacific and Indian Ocean with the Launch of New GlobalOcean-Class Research Vessel Isabu Moscone West 2007 In November 2016 Korea will unveil a new global-ocean-class research vessel Isabu (5900-ton the state-of-the-art vessel 100-m TOWN HALLS 40 2016 AGU FALL MEETING long and 18-m wide carrying 22 crews and 38 scientists for 60 days). The launch of Isabu marks a turning point in Korean marine scientific priorities from top-down applied research on issues such as deep-sea mineral explorations to bottom-up basic scientific topics including global ocean circulation climate change tropical oceanography underwater volcanoes and earthquake-tsunami problems. While the government-led efforts will continue this is the first time that opportunities have been given to the Korean academic community to utilize the research vessel more or less independently supported by the new set of funding selected by scientific merits. In this town hall meeting we would like to explain our long journey to this historic point and present our new commitment in global ocean research for new scientific discoveries and for the sustained growth of humanity and expansion of knowledge. Explanation on some new projects planned to begin in 2017 will be given as well as information on how to link up with the existing projects and propose new ones together with local scientists. Those with interest in the Pacific and Indian Oceans are welcomed. Strategies for Attracting and Advancing a Diverse Geoscience Workforce Moscone West 2016 The geoscience workforce is one of the least diverse despite its importance to understanding our planet s past present and future. The goals of this town hall are (1) to highlight successful programs for attracting and advancing historically underrepresented Earth scientists at multiple career stages and (2) with audience participation identify strategies that AGU and its members can enact to broaden the participation of a diverse membership and workforce. Target audience supervisors heads chairs and anybody interested in a more inclusive Earth science community. Sponsored by Earth Science Women s Network Association for Women Geoscientists National Association of Black Geoscientists and AGU. NASA Earth Science Division Town Hall Moscone West 2016 NASA s Earth Science Division (ESD) leadership team will present an update of status and plans with significant time for discussion with the audience which is expected to comprise current and potential investigators in ESD s programs and or those of its partner agencies as well as current and potential users of its data and models. Highlighted items include status of operating and future satellite missions implementation of Venture Class activities evolution of and plans for the research applied sciences and technology elements contribution to interagency and international Earth observation and global change programs and response to and preparation for community-based guiding documents. SCOSTEP Town Hall Meeting--Future Directions for SolarTerrestrial Physics Research Moscone West 2011 The SCOSTEP Variability of the Sun and Its Terrestrial Impact (VarSITI) scientific program is in its second year with a very successful beginning in 2014. In spite of this success there are many scientific areas of interest to the solar-terrestrial physics community which are not currently represented in VarSITI. The purpose of this town hall meeting is to exchange ideas and discuss future directions for solar-terrestrial physics research. Recent progress and future directions in the SCOSTEP scientific disciplines will be reviewed and the results from the 2016 COSPAR SCOSTEP joint session will be summarized in a session opened to all interested. The Future of Atmospheric Chemistry Research Moscone West 2020 In 2015 at the request of the National Science Foundation the National Academies formed the Committee on the Future of Monday 12 December 6 15 P.M. 7 15 P.M. Highlights from the SPRUCE Project Initial Results From an Ecosystem-Scale Warming and Elevated-CO2 Manipulation in a Northern Peatland Moscone West 2018 Northern peatlands are vulnerable to climate change yet responses have not been well characterized at the ecosystem scale. Spruce and Peatland Responses Under Climatic and Environmental Change (SPRUCE) is a decadal ecosystem-scale experiment examining the vegetation microorganism and biogeochemical responses to warming and elevated CO2. SPRUCE manipulations were initiated in June 2014 with isolated deep peat heating. In August 2015 aboveground warming was added to yield whole-ecosystem warming and in June 2016 elevated CO2 was added to half the warming treatments. This town hall will present initial SPRUCE results and will provide a forum for discussions between AGU members and SPRUCE researchers. Kickoff Conversation on the Importance of Data in the Earth and Space Sciences A Conversation with Rebecca Moore Director of Google Earth Earth Engine & Outreach Moscone South 102 Rebecca Moore Director of Google Earth Earth Engine & Outreach will discuss Google s perspective on working with big data especially from space and the emergence of the use of massively-parallel cloud computing machine learning and artificial intelligence and other tools to extract meaning and insight from these petapixel-scale datasets. There are implications for some of our most intractable global challenges such as climate change. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 41 TOWN HALLS Atmospheric Chemistry Research to undertake a study to identify priorities and strategic steps forward for atmospheric chemistry research for the next decade. The Committee engaged in extensive community input gathering and produced a report (The Future of Atmospheric Chemistry Research Remembering Yesterday Understanding Today Anticipating Tomorrow) that was released in late summer of 2016. The conclusions and recommendations of this report will be presented and discussed. The primary audience is the atmospheric chemistry research community and broader atmospheric sciences community. Integration of the IODP Expeditions 350 351 and 352 for Comprehensive Understanding of the Arc Evolution and Continental Crust Formation Moscone West 2008 Key questions for comprehending arc crust formation are (1) What is the nature of the crust and mantle in the region prior to the beginning of subduction (2) How does subduction initiate and initial arc crust form (3) What are the spatial changes of arc magma and crust composition of the entire arc (4) How does the middle arc crust evolve The best possible strategy for answering these questions is drilling by IODP at the IBM (Izu-Ogasawara-Mariana) arc system. Three IODP non-riser expeditions (350 351 and 352) have focused on addressing these questions. One riser ultra-deep hole (IBM-4) has been proposed to further this work. IODP Expeditions 350 351 and 352 explored the northern IBM system in 2014. Now is the time for early results to be presented and for discussions to occur between the scientific teams working on these cores and the rest of the IBM system. Discussions will explore the petrology geochemistry geophysics geochronology and geodynamics of the tectonically complex region encompassing the Philippine Sea Plate and surrounding area. NASA Sea Level Change Team Town Hall Moscone West 2018 In 2014 the NASA Sea Level Change Team (N-SLCT) was formed to address challenges in sea level research. Sea level change is a consequence of exchange of water between the land atmosphere and oceans--including ice masses and land hydrology--as well as changes in ocean heat content and movements of the solid Earth. Scientists from these disciplines have joined the N-SLCT to enhance our knowledge of the coupled system using the vast network of NASA satellite observations and provide insights into the past present and future of sea level change. A Web portal has been built to provide a one-stop shop for NASA sea level data information on sea level research and the N-SLCT. The website provides updates on research progress in sea level science as well as background information on the causes and mechanisms. Here we present the ongoing work of the N-SLCT by highlighting recent accomplishments in the various disciplines and an overview of recent updates on the N-SLCT Web portal (http sealevel.nasa.gov). Particularly this will include further details on the Data Analysis Tool for comparing data sets and models and new tools that allow to run and analyze the Ice Sheet System Model (ISSM) simulations. NSF Division of Polar Programs Town Hall Moscone West 2011 Representatives from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Polar Programs will discuss the state of U.S. research and science support in the polar regions. Topics will include (1) Navigating the New Arctic one of nine NSF big ideas (2) the Antarctic Infrastructure Modernization for Science (AIMS) project (3) strategic priorities in Antarctic and Southern Ocean research (4) the Agreement for Enhancing International Arctic Science Cooperation and (5) outcomes of the Arctic Science Ministerial. This town hall will be relevant to current and prospective polar scientists and anyone interested in the Arctic and the Antarctic. PACE NASA s Next Generation Aerosol Cloud and Ocean Color Satellite Mission Moscone West 2004 The Plankton Aerosol Cloud ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission will continue NASA s multidecade record of satellite ocean color clouds and aerosol particles observations. In addition to improved measurements of aerosols clouds aquatic ecosystems and biogeochemistry PACE measurements will provide new information such as plankton functional types to improve forecasting of harmful algal blooms aid fisheries management and monitor ocean health. Improved Tuesday 13 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. AGU Data Fair Data Skills Recommended for Researchers and Scientists Moscone West 2002 Researchers and Scientists spend a significant amount of time discovering assessing and working with data so that it is usable in the context of their research. New and improving tools and techniques are available to help make this data wrangling time more efficient. The panel will discuss recommended skills for both early-career scientists as well as those who are mid-career or later. Critical Zone Observatories Platforms for Collaborative Science Moscone West 2003 Critical zone observatories (CZOs) are natural laboratories for investigating Earth surface processes. CZO research seeks to understand these coupled processes across all timescales using quantitative models parameterized from observations of meteorological variables streams and groundwater and sampling and analyzing landforms bedrock soils and ecosystems. Teams of cross-disciplinary scientists at nine sites across the United States work to further CZ science using field and theoretical approaches education and outreach. The U.S. network now includes a national office and funds to develop international collaborations and currently is working to develop strong ties with other U.S. entities including the LTER network and CUAHSI. In this town hall the CZO community seeks to engage the greater Earth surface and environmental science community through (1) a brief update on the recent development of a strategic plan for the U.S. CZO network and a status report of international CZ science activities and (2) a presentation by CZO researcher(s) highlighting important advances that could not have been made without the CZO approach. All scientists interested in problems related to the surface Earth environment are invited. Future Earth--Research Agenda and Opportunities for Global Sustainability Moscone West 2020 Future Earth is setting out to facilitate internationally coordinated research that delivers knowledge for our transformation to a sustainable world. The scientific agenda is evolving around key societal challenges. These are being tackled through transdisciplinary and solution-driven research by several thematic knowledge-action networks which are open to participation by experts from a diverse array of backgrounds. The session will focus on informing about the concept topics and state-of-the-art of knowledge-action networks from the perspectives of researchers coordinators and funders. The session will also discuss opportunities for involvement for individuals and organizations including researchers early in their career or coming from developing countries. TOWN HALLS 42 2016 AGU FALL MEETING characterization of aerosol particles will improve the quantification of Earth s energy budget enable assessments of aerosol impacts on ocean biology and chemistry and improve the atmospheric correction for ocean color. PACE is planned to launch in 2022. Scientific Drilling in the Polar Regions Moscone West 2005 Ice sheets glaciers and the underlying bedrock sediment and permafrost hold crucial evidence of past climate ice sheet extent and cratonic geology. National and international collaboration for drilling in the remote polar regions requires strategic coordination between science technology and logistics. This meeting will provide the research community with updates on IDPO-IDDO IPICS IPA RAID and WISSARD initiatives. Opportunities for community involvement will be showcased and input from the audience will be solicited. NASA Planetary Sciences Division Town Hall Moscone West 2009 NASA s Planetary Sciences Division (PSD) leadership team will present an update of status and plans with significant time for discussion. The audience is expected to comprise current and potential investigators in PSD s programs and or those of its partner agencies as well as current and potential users of its data and models. Study Update ESAS 2017 the 2017-2027 Decadal Survey for Earth Science and Applications from Space Moscone West 2007 The 2007 decadal survey for Earth Science and Applications from Space was a first-ever comprehensive analysis of all Earth sciences that could benefit from spaceborne observations. The report from the next survey (www.nas.edu esas2017) again sponsored by NASA NOAA and the USGS is due by 31 December 2017. A key element of the survey is its canvas of the community for new ideas about missions programs and capabilities to advance Earth system science and to ensure the nation maintains healthy robust and successful research and application programs. The survey co-chairs and other representatives from the survey steering committee and its five study panels will be on hand to meet with community members and discuss the study s organization and progress to date. Town Hall for Next Generation JAXA NASA ESA Solar Physics Mission Moscone West 2012 Recently JAXA NASA and ESA have jointly chartered the Science Objectives Team for a Next Generation Solar Physics Mission (NGSPM) to determine a set of science goals and mission concepts for a future collaborative space mission to be launched in the next 10-20 years. The Science Objectives Team (SOT) discussions have explored a wide range of potential objectives including suggested topics submitted by members of the international solar physics community. During the AGU Fall Meeting the SOT invites participants to a town hall at noon on Tuesday 13 December where we will present our initial findings and solicit feedback and input from the community. ternational initiative under GEO with projects in Latin America and activities within the Integrated Global Water Cycle Observations (IGWCO) Community of Practice (CoP). This town hall will interest those engaged in research and applications in water and in the development of observational analytical and visualization systems. Topics to be discussed include organizing GEOGloWS internationally for success filling program gaps and developing beneficial collaborations. GEOGloWS needs your inputs and engagement. How is NASA Opening Up Options for Obtaining Earth System Science Measurements from Nongovernmental Small Satellite Sources Moscone West 2004 Hear from decision-makers about the relationship between governmental and nongovernmental sources of Earth observation. Learn about NASA s interest in procuring and evaluating small satellite constellation data measurements and products. Discuss challenges and opportunities associated with small satellite constellation data procurements. Ice Sheet System Model Town Hall Meeting Moscone West 2009 The goal of this town hall meeting is to provide a forum for the Ice Sheet System Model (ISSM) community to meet. Updates on recent developments regarding ice-flow modeling in ISSM will be provided in particular as it regards uncertainty quantification ice ocean and ice atmosphere coupling inverse modeling and data assimilation as well as our outreach effort using the Virtual Earth System Laboratory. This year several speakers will be invited to present their results using ISSM and at the end a small clinic will be organized for scientists who wish to install ISSM on their machine and get started with ice-flow simulations right away. Remember to upload your ePoster. by Friday 30 December 6 00 P.M. PST fallmeeting.agu.org Tuesday 13 December 6 15 P.M. 7 15 P.M. Advancing Global Water Sustainability Moscone West 2003 NASA NOAA and USGS have successfully advanced the Group on Earth Observation (GEO) Global Water Sustainability (GEOGloWS) strategy during the past year. GEOGloWS is now an anticipated in- 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 43 TOWN HALLS Presenting a poster at Fall Meeting Latest News on NSF Geosciences Moscone West 2011 Leadership of the Directorate for Geosciences (GEO) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) will update the community on the latest GEO programmatic and budget information. We will also discuss the development of 10 Big Ideas for Future NSF Investments --bold questions that will drive NSF s long-term research agenda and ensure that future generations will continue to reap the benefits of fundamental research. Following short presentations we look forward to hearing from the community on their questions and concerns regarding geoscience research education and infrastructure support. Space Physics and Aeronomy Section Agency Night Moscone West 2006 We urge you to meet with representatives from NASA and the National Science Foundation (NSF) to become better informed about current and pending programs and recent developments at both agencies that address the Space Physics and Aeronomy (SPA) research areas. This is your town hall this one hour session provides an opportunity to learn about future plans for the discipline and to provide feedback to the funding agencies. This year we solicit questions from the SPA community in advance. You have the chance to ask questions anonymously by submitting them to aguspaagencynight2015 gmail.com. You must submit your questions by 15 November 2016 for consideration. You will also have a chance to ask questions in person during the town hall. Not all questions submitted will be asked due to time constraints. Questions may be edited for content and form. We will also allocate some time so that the audience will be able to ask questions directly during the meeting. The minutes of Agency Night will be published on the SPA website. You are also encouraged to connect with your colleagues and Agency representatives at the SPA Reception. Note the Reception follows Agency Night and will be held at a nearby hotel. The Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP) Town Hall Moscone West 2016 AgMIP (www.agmip.org) is an international effort linking the climate crop livestock nutrition and economics communities to produce the next generation of climate impact assessments for the agricultural sector. This meeting will engage the AGU community by providing an overview of AgMIP soliciting feedback on the AgMIP 1.5 C protocols and other research plans and identifying opportunities for participants to become involved in AgMIP. The European Research Council Attractive Funding Opportunities for Individual Scientists Moscone West 2005 The European Research Council (ERC) supports excellent investigator-driven frontier research across all fields of science. Since its foundation in 2007 ERC has already funded over 5000 research projects and has become a European and global trademark for research excellence. The ERC has a budget of over 13 billion (almost USD 15 billion) to be distributed to researchers between 2014 and 2020. It offers research grants of up to 3.5 million (USD 4 million) for individual scientists from all over the world who have the free choice of research topic team and location within Europe. The presentation will focus on Key features of ERC funding schemes ERC application and evaluation processes and Funding overview inter-alia analyzing the success of international applicants. This town hall meeting should appeal to potential future applicants as well as research administrators with an interest in European funding opportunities. Utilizing Online Streaming Data from the National Science Foundation s Ocean Observatories Initiative Moscone West 2008 In January 2016 the NSF-funded Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) went operational with online streaming data freely accessible by login. Over the year the scientific community downloaded terabytes of data every month engaged in workshops and webinars and submitted proposals to further utilize the OOI. Join the OOI director and scientists for a discussion touching on how you can best utilize this resource. Topics include array configuration data access and availability case studies of data use proposal submission and upcoming plans for the next calendar year. TOWN HALLS Wednesday 14 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. AGU Data Fair Data Management Plan Development and Management Best Practices Moscone West 2003 Data Management Plans have been a required element of the research funding process for five or more years. Our panel of speakers will discuss the best practices improvements and how to make the most of a well-prepared and well-managed plan. EarthScope Science and Synthesis Moscone West 2007 EarthScope enables exploration of the structure and evolution of the North American continent using a wide range of data. The EarthScope program now includes a specific Synthesis track. The program encourages submission of proposals that facilitate integration and synthesis of major outcomes of EarthScope research and education and outreach. The EarthScope National Office is supporting a series of Synthesis workshops on topics to 44 2016 AGU FALL MEETING be chosen based on community proposals. This town hall is aimed at researchers interested in integrative science. We will review EarthScope science and facilities discuss the plans and procedures for the upcoming Synthesis workshops and solicit feedback. Giant Sediment Coring for Paleoceanography Studies Moscone West 2018 We aim at presenting the paleoceanography community with a unique sediment coring facility allowing retrieving up to 75 m long cores of controlled quality. The Research Vessel MARION DUFRESNE operated by IPEV a French government agency is equipped with the CALYPSO giant coring system. After a major refit in 2015 the coring capacities were developed to further improve the length of the retrievable cores and the control on their quality with undisturbed sediment. Recent results from the ACCLIMATE cruise in the Southern Atlantic Ocean will be presented. This vessel is then a fantastic opportunity for the paleoceanographic community to carry out expeditions at sea. Earthcube A Community-Driven Cyberinfrastructure for the Geosciences Moscone West 2002 The EarthCube initiative is a community-driven activity aimed at transforming the conduct of geosciences research and education by creating a well-connected and facile environment for sharing and integrating data and knowledge across all geoscience disciplines in an open transparent and inclusive manner and to accelerate our ability to understand and predict the Earth system. After five years of community engagement and development activities EarthCube is now transitioning into an implementation phase. This town hall will discuss the progress of EarthCube on a number of fronts and engage geoscientists in the future steps toward the development of geoscience cyberinfrastructure for research. In Pursuit of More Effective Decisions and Societal Benefits Using NASA Ice Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 Data Town Hall Moscone West 2016 How will you use the elevation measurements from NASA s Ice Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 (ICESat-2) mission From informing operational sea ice forecasting for Arctic shipping to helping monitor global flood risk to improving fire fuel mapping the ICESat-2 Project is building a picture of how its planned observations could be used to enhance decisions for communities across the globe. This town hall provides updates on mission development highlights research insights for the application of ICESat-2 observations and provides an opportunity to learn how you can get involved in defining new areas of application of benefit to your target communities. SPA Early Career NASA Leadership Mixer Moscone West 2004 We invite you to attend a town hall meeting for the LWS TR&T program at the AGU Fall Meeting. Please come and hear brief summaries on the program status and some of the existing TR&T Focus Team efforts and to participate in open discussion of the program logistics philosophy and status of proposed topics for the new ROSES-17 LWS announcement. NASA Operation IceBridge Open Town Hall Meeting Moscone West 2020 IceBridge images Earth s polar ice in unprecedented detail to better understand processes that connect the polar regions with the global climate system. IceBridge utilizes research aircraft and a sophisticated suite of science instruments to characterize annual changes in thickness of sea ice glaciers and ice sheets. The town hall will provide the cryospheric science community with an update about IceBridge data products and future plans. Particular focus will be given to community discussion on new science directions and ways to best link the IceBridge data set with the upcoming ICESat-2 mission. Strategic Direction for the Future of AGU s Meetings Program Moscone West 2008 The town hall will announce and provide a platform for discussion on the strategic plan for the future of AGU s meetings and conferences. Toward an Interagency Collaborative Modeling Framework for Multisector Multistressor Multiscale Impacts and Adaptation Analysis Moscone West 2005 Understanding the dynamics of coupled human-environmental systems in a multistressor world is coming into focus as a crucial area of societal need. Feedbacks and dynamic changes in one sector or system can affect others and lead to cascading failures events. Advances in climate impacts and integrated assessment modeling provide opportunities for closer coupling of tools to explore interactions across scales--from regional to global--and infrastructure and systems linked through flows of food materials energy water and other resources. The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) is developing a coordinated approach and integrated modeling and analysis framework built around integrated assessment (IA) impact adaptation and vulnerability (IAV) and Earth system (ES) models. Such a framework can be tailored to questions scales and complexities for different uses needs offering a repository of modeling tools of varying complexity--from coarser grid longer time-horizon to higher-resolution shorter-term models of socioeconomic systems infrastructure and natural resources. During the town hall presentations will outline the needs rationale design and paths forward including regional and topical test beds. Results from a workshop and supporting technical activities will be discussed. Importantly a panel of invited agency representatives e.g. DOE DHS EPA NASA USDA NSF and USACE will address Q&As. U.S. Group on Earth Observations (USGEO) Town Hall Moscone West 2006 The U.S. Group on Earth Observations (USGEO) a subcommittee of the National Science and Technology Council s Committee on Environment Natural Resources and Sustainability was established to assess federal Earth observation activities foster improved Earth system data management and interoperability and engage international stakeholders by coordinating U.S. participation in the international Group on Earth Observations (GEO). The NASA Authorization Act of 2010 instructs the Director of OSTP to establish a mechanism to ensure greater coordination of civilian Earth observations and related strategic planning. In support of this effort USGEO conducts a triennial assessment of the federal Earth observation enterprise. The assessment identifies the contributions of the broad spectrum of civil Earth observing systems to 13 distinct societal benefit areas and supports OSTP s development of a triennial National Plan for Civil Earth Observations. USGEO leadership will discuss the assessment-based planning process a new needs collection process for civil satellite-based observations and the Second National Plan. Thursday 15 December 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. AGU Data Fair Research Reproducibility Techniques Moscone West 2009 Reproducible research can be defined in different ways and with different expected outcomes. The panel will discuss the meaning of reproducibility its value to the community and techniques to use when designing your research approach. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 45 TOWN HALLS Atmospheric Rivers--A Discussion of the Definition Under Development for the Glossary of Meteorology Moscone West 2016 This town hall provides an opportunity to contribute to the definition of atmospheric river currently being developed for the Glossary of Meteorology. Atmospheric river partial definition a long narrow and transient corridor of anomalously strong horizontal water vapor transport typically located in the lowest 3 km of the troposphere and associated with a low-level jet stream ahead of the cold front of an extratropical cyclone. The water vapor in atmospheric rivers is supplied by tropical and or extratropical moisture sources and frequently yields heavy precipitation where they intersect topographic or other lower-tropospheric boundaries or enter into warm-conveyor-belt isentropic upward air motions. Developing the 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report--Interagency Engagement Opportunities with the Community Moscone West 2006 Led by the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program the 2nd State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR-2) an ongoing interagency USGCRP Sustained Assessment activity focuses on U.S. and North American carbon cycle processes stocks and flows and associated climate change impacts in managed and unmanaged systems including soils oceans rivers wetlands coasts blue carbon urban areas agriculture and forestry. Featuring SOCCR-2 updates and relevant carbon management science perspectives and tools for supporting and informing decisions as pertinent to the White House Climate Action Plan U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Plan and National Climate Assessment this public engagement activity will brainstorm next steps in the report development review and production process including outreach and dissemination ideas with the AGU community. Future of Tectonics and Structural Geology NSF-Sponsored White-Paper Effort Moscone West 2011 We solicit community input to the Future research in tectonics and structural geology NSF-sponsored white paper effort. The purpose of the white paper is to identify areas of new research prioritize infrastructure needs and articulate the societal relevance of tectonics and structural geology in the 21st Century. This meeting follows a workshop held in Madison Wisc. in May 2016. Input for the white paper will be derived from this town hall meeting and others a community Web portal and the May 2016 workshop summary and will provide guidance for future funding priorities. For background on the Madison meeting see https sgtfuturedirections.wordpress.com . Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) The Next 5 Years of Federally Funded Arctic Research Moscone West 2003 Conveners will provide an overview of the science and policy drivers scope and research goals of the Arctic Research Plan FY20172021. The research plan describes Arctic research priorities of the federal government that are expected to benefit from interagency collaboration during the period FY2017-2021. The town hall will provide an opportunity for the research community to learn about the Research Plan and how they can engage in its implementation. The Plan drafted by and approved by IARPC is a product of the National Science and Technology Council of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Requirements for Improving Coordination of Ice Sheet Observation and Modeling-Based Activities Moscone West 2005 Current activities involving ice sheet observation modeling and model validation will be presented by U.S. federal agency managers and project scientists from DOE NASA and NSF. Major efforts to date remaining uncertainties and future plans will be discussed. Scientists from glaciological modeling and polar-climate disciplines are encouraged to attend to aid in identifying present gaps and priorities for future research. The AmeriFlux Network Celebrating Its 20th Anniversary Moscone West 2004 2016 is the AmeriFlux Network s 20th anniversary. Since it was launched in 1996 with 15 sites more than 200 sites have joined the network linking ecosystem-flux and process studies across the Americas. The DOE AmeriFlux Management Project serves the flux sites and data users enhancing data quality measurements and synthesis. Join the town hall to hear news about the network exchange ideas learn about the FLUXNET2015 data release and 20th anniversary activities like the journal special issue. The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Update on Progress and Future Plans Moscone West 2002 As the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) enters its second decade with a strategic plan recently approved by its 100 members and almost as many participating organizations the hard work of designing developing and implementing activities aligned with the plan now begins. The years 2017 to 2019 represent the first major segment or tranche of this next decade and this town hall represents a key opportunity to reach out to the international community represented at AGU in order to generate more awareness interest and hopefully involvement in achieving the objectives of the strategic plan. Furthermore this town hall also provides an excellent way to seek feedback regarding the major challenges and opportunities facing the organization and its implementation of the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). TOWN HALLS Two Days of Student-Run Sessions 12 13 December 2016 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone West --2001A 46 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Thursday 15 December 6 15 P.M. 7 15 P.M. Arctic-COLORS (Coastal Land Ocean Interactions) A NASA Field Campaign Scoping Study Moscone West 2005 This town hall aims to inform and solicit input from those who are interested in biogeochemical ecological Arctic research at the interface between the land and the near coastal environment. NASA scoping studies are driven largely be grass roots efforts and as such require large and demonstrable community support in order to eventually receive funding. Our goals are to present an overview of the proposed field campaign progress to date and then open up the floor for questions answers and solicit input for consideration by a science definition team in the future. Awards and Grants Advancing Your Early Earth Science Career Multiagency Perspectives Moscone West 2020 Career development and success in science is achieved with early knowledge and skills to navigate pathways to successful grants and awards. This town hall will help graduate students and scientists at all levels understand this navigation and help diversify the talent pool for such opportunities. Jointly organized by the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program and Earth Science Women s Network this event will provide information on pre- and postdoctoral research grants Early Career Awards and other federal grant opportunities. Program managers from U.S. funding agencies will provide tips for maximizing success including pathways for accessing information and engaging with funding agencies. Connecting HDF Communities Moscone West 2004 The HDF data format is widely used by a diverse suite of Earth science communities. In most cases these communities develop their own APIs and apply their own community conventions to HDF to specifically address their data management and analysis needs. That said there are many similarities in strategies data types and analytical and visualization tools used by these communities and much can be learned from each other. This town hall will highlight examples from seismic remote sensing astronomy and other communities (e.g. PH5 ASDF FITSinHDF SPD KEA etc.) to help connect the HDF communities through shared expertise. Data Rescue in the Earth and Space Sciences and the International Data Rescue Award 2016 Moscone West 2018 Loss of data especially irreproducible observational data is a serious problem in the Earth and space sciences particularly for longitudinal studies documenting changes in our planet. Data rescue efforts preserve and make accessible data that are at risk of being lost forever when researchers retire or die or when data formats or storage media become obsolete and unreadable. This town hall aims to grow participation in and support efforts that rescue data so they can effectively support the scientific debates of today and the future. It will showcase data rescue initiatives and announce the 2016 International Data Rescue Award winners. GeoPolicy Connect--A New Initiative to Bridge the Science and Policy Divide Moscone West 2011 Science and policy--two worlds so different yet so important to each other. Policies not based in sound science can be ineffective while science that stands apart from policy can lose support. But policymakers and scientists face challenges communicating and forming close connections. AGU launched GeoPolicy Connect in order to gather experts across sectors--science and policy private and public--for meaningful conversations on challenging science policy issues. The inaugural GeoPolicy Connect held in October 2016 in Ft. Collins Colo. focused on hydraulic fracturing. This town hall will discuss GeoPolicy Connect the inaugural meeting and solutions to bridging the science and policy divide. Providing Direct-to-Consumer Earth Science Outreach--the TravelingGeologist Case Study Moscone West 2009 To more effectively inspire the next generation of Earth scientists research community efforts at outreach must adapt to the changing technological and informational ecosystem in which young people today find themselves. Various outreach platforms have different strengths. The TravelingGeologist is a nonprofit outreach program and provides a well-established Web-based platform for a large number of Earth scientists to participate in direct-to-consumer science outreach to attract and inspire budding scientists. This town hall will discuss the important aspects of Web-based outreach and strategies to maximize impact and participation. What Ocean Science and Technology Should the U.S. Advance in the Next Decade An Open Panel Discussion of the Next Federal Ocean Research Plan Moscone West 2002 In a time of environmental political and social change a cohesive federal strategy to advance ocean science and technology will be an important framework for guiding federal research education and infrastructure activities. With substantial community input the White House s Subcommittee on Ocean Science and Technology is developing a Decadal Ocean Research Plan describing the most pressing areas of opportunity for the coming decade. This new plan will replace the existing Charting the Course for Ocean Science in the United States for the Next Decade An Ocean Research Priorities Plan and Implementation Strategy which was initially developed in 2007 and refreshed in 2013. This interactive session will seek input on the plan s content including societal issues that stimulate ocean research and technology and what activities are needed to address compelling national challenges. A draft prospectus of the plan will be made available for public comment prior to the town hall. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 47 TOWN HALLS 2016 PROGRAM COMMITTEE Union Denis-Didier Rousseau Ecole Normale Sup rieure Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique & CERES-ERTI Atmospheric and Space Electricity Joseph Dwyer University of New Hampshire Atmospheric and Space Electricity Timothy Lang NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Atmospheric and Space Electricity Robert Moore University of Florida Atmospheric Sciences Shuyi Chen University of Miami Atmospheric Sciences Jonathan Jiang NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Biogeosciences Jennifer Biddle University of Delaware Biogeosciences Oliver Sonnentag University of Montreal Biogeosciences Mike Loranty Colgate University Cryosphere Timothy Bartholomaus University of Texas Austin Cryosphere Adam Winstral USDA Earth and Space Science Informatics Anne Wilson Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics Earth and Space Science Informatics Lesley Wyborn Australian National University Education Tamara Ledley TERC Education Michelle Hall Science Education Solutions Geodesy Eric Leuliette NOAA Geodesy Shin-Chan Han University of Newcastle Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Julie Bowles University of Wisconsin at Madison Global Environmental Change David Cairns Texas A&M University Global Environmental Change Ben Kravitz Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Global Environmental Change Erwan Monier Massachusetts Institute of Technology Global Environmental Change Huan Wu University of Maryland Hydrology Bart Nijssen University of Washington Hydrology Casey Brown University of Massachusetts Amherst Hydrology Megan Smith Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Hydrology - Ex-officio Terri Hogue Colorado School of Mines Mineral and Rock Physics Sergio Vinciguerra University of Turin Italy Mineral and Rock Physics Rebecca Fischer Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and University of California Santa Cruz Natural Hazards Ramesh Singh Chapman University Natural Hazards Guido Cervone The Pennsylvania State University Near Surface Geophysics Xavier Comas Florida Atlantic University Nonlinear Geophysics Steven Fletcher Colorado State University Ocean Sciences Deborah Hutchinson USGS Ocean Sciences Victoria Coles University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Ocean Sciences Heidi Sosik Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Petra Dekens San Francisco State University Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Howie Scher University of South Carolina Planetary Sciences Barbara Cohen NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Planetary Sciences Rosaly Lopes NASA Public Affairs Linda Rowan UNAVCO Seismology Colleen Dalton Brown University PROGRAM COMMITTEE Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Katie Skalak USGS Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Kimberly Hill USGS Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Brandon McElroy University of Wyoming Earth and Space Science Informatics Kerstin Lehnert Columbia University 48 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Fall Meeting Program Committee at AGU Headquarters during the program scheduling meeting in September. Seismology Dylan Mikesell Boise State University SPA-Aeronomy Romina Nikoukar Johns Hopkins University SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Robyn Millan Dartmouth College SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics Todd Hoeksema Stanford University Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Jessica Irving Princeton University Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Max Rudolph Portland State University Tectonophysics Jamie Kirkpatrick McGill University Tectonophysics Andrew Schaeffer University of Ottawa Tectonophysics Margarete Jadamec University of Houston Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Cin-Ty Lee Rice University Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Amanda Clarke Arizona State University 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 49 PROGRAM COMMITTEE HOTEL MAP HOTEL MAP 29) Hotel Zelos 12 Fourth Street 1-415-348-1111 30) Hotel Zephyr SF 250 Beach Street 1-415-617-6565 31) Hotel Zeppelin 545 Post St 1- 415-563-0303 32) Hotel Zetta San Francisco 55 Fifth Street 1-415-543-8555 33) Hyatt Fisherman s Wharf 555 North Point Street 1-415-563-1234 34) Hyatt Regency San Francisco Five Embarcadero Center 1-415-788-1234 35) InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco One Nob Hill 1-415-392-3434 36) InterContinental San Francisco 888 Howard Street 1-415-616-6500 37) JW Marriott Hotel San Francisco Union Square 500 Post Street 1-415-771-8600 38) King George Hotel 334 Mason Street 1-415-781-5050 39) Le Meridien San Francisco 333 Battery St 1-415-296-2900 40) Marines Memorial Club & Hotel 609 Sutter Street 1-415-673-6672 41) Marriott Union Square - San Francisco 480 Sutter Street 1-415-398-8900 42) Mystic Hotel by Charlie Palmer 417 Stockton Street 1-415-400-0500 43) Omni San Francisco Hotel 500 California Street 1-415-677-9494 44) Parc 55 San Francisco - A Hilton Hotel 55 Cyril Magnin Street 1-415-392-8000 45) Park Central Hotel San Francisco 50 Third Street 1-415-974-6400 46) Pier 2620 Hotel Fisherman s Wharf 2620 Jones Street 1-415-885-4700 47) San Francisco Marriott Marquis 780 Mission Street 1-415-896-1600 48) Serrano Hotel San Francisco 405 Taylor Street 1-415-885-2500 49) Sheraton Fisherman s Wharf 2500 Mason Street 1-415-362-5500 50) Sir Francis Drake Hotel 450 Powell Street 1-415-392-7755 51) Stanford Court San Francisco 905 California Street 1-415-989-3500 52) The Fairmont San Francisco 950 Mason Street 1-415-772-5000 53) The Kimpton Buchanan Hotel 1800 Sutter St 1-415-921-4000 54) The Mosser Hotel 54 Fourth Street 1-415-986-4400 55) The Orchard Garden Hotel 466 Bush Street 1-415-399-9807 56) The Orchard Hotel 665 Bush Street 1-415-362-8878 57) The Pickwick Hotel 85 Fifth Street 1-415-421-7500 58) The Scarlet Huntington 1075 California Street 1-415-474-5400 59) The Westin St. Francis San Francisco On Union Square 335 Powell Street 1-415-397-7000 60) Villa Florence Hotel 225 Powell Street 1-415-397-7700 1) Argonaut Hotel - Maritime National Historical Park 495 Jefferson Street 1-415-563-5515 2) Best Western Plus Americania Hotel 121 7th St 1-415-626-0200 3) Best Western Tuscan Inn at Fisherman s Wharf 425 North Point Street 1-415-561-1100 4) Clift 495 Geary Street 1-415-775-4700 5) Courtyard by Marriott San Francisco Downtown 299 Second Street 1-415-947-0700 6) Executive Hotel Vintage Court 650 Bush Street 1-415-392-4666 7) Galleria Park Hotel a Joie de Vivre Hotel 191 Sutter St 1-415-781-3060 8) Grand Hyatt San Francisco 345 Stockton Street 1-415-398-1234 9) Handlery Union Square Hotel 351 Geary Street 1-415-781-7800 10) Harbor Court Hotel 165 Steuart St 1- 415-882-1300 11) Hilton San Francisco Financial District 750 Kearny Street 1-415-433-6600 12) Hilton San Francisco Union Square 333 O Farrell Street 1-415-771-1400 13) Holiday Inn Civic Center 50 8th St 1- 415-626-6103 14) Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fisherman s Wharf 550 North Point St 1- 415-409-4600 15) Holiday Inn Fisherman s Wharf 1300 Columbus Ave 1- 415-771-9000 16) Holiday Inn Golden Gateway 1500 Van Ness Avenue 1-415-441-40000 17) Hotel Abri 127 Ellis Street 1-415-392-8800 18) Hotel Adagio 550 Geary Street 1-415-775-5000 19) Hotel Diva 440 Geary Street 1-415-885-0200 20) Hotel Fusion 140 Ellis Street 1-415-568-2525 21) Hotel G 386 Geary Street 1-415-989-2000 22) Hotel Griffon 155 Steuart Street 1-415-495-2100 23) Hotel Metropolis 25 Mason Street 1-415-775-4600 24) Hotel Nikko San Francisco 222 Mason Street 1-415-394-1111 25) Hotel Triton 342 Grant Avenue 1-415-394-0500 26) Hotel Union Square 114 Powell Street 1-415-397-3000 27) Hotel Vertigo 940 Sutter St 1- 415-885-6800 28) Hotel Whitcomb 1231 Market Street 1-415-626-8000 50 2016 AGU FALL MEETING MOSCONE WEST REGISTRATION LEVEL ONE 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 51 MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS MOSCONE WEST LEVEL TWO MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS 52 2016 AGU FALL MEETING MOSCONE WEST LEVEL THREE 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 53 MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS MOSCONE SOUTH SOUTH UPPER LOBBY MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS WEST MEZZANINE 54 2016 AGU FALL MEETING MOSCONE SOUTH POSTER HALL 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 55 MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS MOSCONE SOUTH ESPLANADE MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS 56 2016 AGU FALL MEETING MOSCONE NORTH UPPER LOBBY 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 57 MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS MOSCONE NORTH MEETING ROOMS MOSCONE CENTER FLOOR PLANS 58 2016 AGU FALL MEETING MARRIOTT MARQUIS SIERRA (LEVEL 5) GOLDEN GATE HALL (LEVEL B2) C3 A Mission Street B C2 C1 Willow Golden Gate Prefunction Area Golden Gate Registration A Golden Gate Registration B Elevators Juniper Elevators Mission Tunnel Corridor to Yerba Buena Ballroom To Lobby Walnut Shipping Receiving Business Center Laurel YERBA BUENA BALLROOM Registration Services (Sunday-Tuesday) Pre-Registration Badge Holder Pick-up 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 59 MARRIOTT MARQUIS FLOOR PLANS MARRIOTT MARQUIS PACIFIC LEVEL 4 MARRIOTT MARQUIS FLOOR PLANS 60 2016 AGU FALL MEETING INTERCONTINENTAL INTERCONTINENTAL FLOOR PLANS 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 61 THIRD FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR INTERCONTINENTAL INTERCONTINENTAL FLOOR PLANS FIFTH FLOOR 62 2016 AGU FALL MEETING All events are located in the Sharing Science Room (Moscone West 2001A) unless otherwise noted. Learn Luncheon How to Become a Congressional Science Fellow or Mass Media Fellow Monday 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate B Sharing Science Communications Clinic Monday 2 30 P.M. 3 45 P.M. Sharing Science in Plain English (Panel & Lunch) Tuesday 12 30 P.M. 2 00 P.M. The Next Frontier Lightning Comms Workshop for Established Scientists Tuesday 2 00 P.M. 3 45 P.M. Meet the Filmmaker Wednesday 8 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. You Don t Have to Quit Your Day Job--Career Panel Wednesday 9 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. Career Center Communicating Your Science Ask the Experts Wednesday 10 30 A.M. 12 30 P.M. Science Policy 101 Wednesday 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Moscone North Rooms 120--121 Wearing the White Hat Careers in Science Policy Wednesday 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Career Center Science Policy 201 Thursday 11 30 A.M. 12 30 P.M. Science Policy Networking Lunch & Lounge Tuesday 12 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Fall Meeting Tweetup Tuesday 3 30 P.M. 4 30 P.M. AGU Booth Sharing Science Networking Lounge Wednesday 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Blogging and Social Media Forum 101 Wednesday 2 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. Blogging and Social Media Forum 201 Wednesday 3 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Thursday 1 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Be Inspired Public Lecture How Do We Choose a Landing Site on Mars Sunday 12 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. Moscone South Room 104 AGU Cinema Short Films on Science Monday Tuesday 8 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Thursday 8 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. Friday 8 00 A.M. 1 00 P.M. Student Pop-Up Talks Monday & Tuesday 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. The Story Collider--Geosciences Thursday 8 00 P.M. 10 00 P.M. Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell St San Francisco Engage Sketch Your Science Monday Friday All day and be entered to win prizes Sharing Science Mentoring Meet-up Monday 1 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. Building an Online Presence Using Social Media as a Jobseeker Tuesday 11 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. & 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Career Center Sharing Science Sessions Bringing Science Communication into Curricula Monday 1 40 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Road Maps to Successfully Sharing Science Wednesday 8 00 A.M. 12 20 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall The Up-Goer Five Challenge A Fun and Radical Way to Distill Your Science Friday 1 40 P.M. 3 40 P.M. Moscone South Room 320 AGU s Sharing Science program provides scientists with opportunities tools and support to effectively promote widespread awareness of Earth and space science and its value. sharingscience.agu.org agu16 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 63 EXHIBITOR FLOORPLAN EXHIBITOR FLOOR PLAN 64 2016 AGU FALL MEETING EXHIBITOR PROFILES 2G Enterprises Booth 619 Regie Pontillas regie appliedphysics.com 281 E Java Drive Sunnyvale CA 94089 Phone 650-965-0500 2G Enterprises is the sole producer of Superconducting Rock Magnetometers for use in the measurement of core samples for the geophysics and paleomagnetic community. William S. Goree (WSGI) and William L. Goodman (APSI) began selling liquid helium cooled systems in 1981 and 2G has been making closed cycle helium free systems since 2007. first-hand about establishing and implementing policy. Fellows serve yearlong assignments in the executive legislative and judicial branches of the federal government in the Washington DC region. ACS Publications Booth 1428 Gabrielle Hicks G_hicks acs.org 1155 Sixteenth Street NW Washington DC 20036 Phone 202-872-4600 pubs.acs.org Are you ready for lift-off Submit your out-of-this world research to ACS Earth and Space Chemistry today ACS Publications a division of the American Chemical Society is a nonprofit scholarly publisher of 50 peer-reviewed journals and a range of e-books at the interface of chemistry and related sciences including physics and biology which are consistently ranked among the most cited most trusted and most read in scientific literature. The Division offers high quality rapid time to publication a range of channels to access the publisher s cutting-edge digital platform and a comprehensive program of Open Access initiatives. ACS Publications also publishes Chemical & Engineering News--a news magazine covering science and technology business and industry government and policy education and employment aspects of the chemistry field. AAAS Booth 325 Barry Williams bwilliams aaas.org 1200 New York Avenue NW Washington DC 20005 Phone 202-326-6700 stpf-aaas.org For more than 40 years the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships have provided scientists and engineers with a unique opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills to national and international issues in the federal policy realm while learning Makuhari Messe Chiba Japan Abstract Submissions Accepted 6 January 16 February 2017 www.jpgu.org meeting_e2017 20 25 May 2017 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 65 EXHIBITOR PROFILES ACSESS--Alliance of Crop Soil & Environmental Science Societies American Geophysical Union Booth 805 Jamie Liu 2000 Florida Ave. NW Washington DC 20009 USA Phone 202-462-6900 E-mail service agu.org Web site www.agu.org EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 1431 Tricia Newell Tnewell sciencesocieties.org 5585 Guilford Road Madison WI 53711 Phone 608-268-4967 dl.sciencesocieties.org The ACSESS Digital Library is a complete collection of all content published by the American Society of Agronomy Crop Science Society of America Soil Science Society of America and additional publications from related Societies including the American Society of Animal Science American Meat Science Association and Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering. The ACSESS Digital Library makes it possible to search browse research save and share all of our published content in one convenient place. The Digital Library is a vital component in serving our mission and our membership by providing innovative valuable resources for the betterment of our community and our world. AGU is an international scientific society of nearly 60 000 members and 139 countries. AGU provides a collaborative and engaging forum for the geoscience community through scholarly journals books meetings career services education and student programs and science policy resources. Learn more at www.agu.org. Air Force Technical Applications Aeris Technologies Inc. Booth 718 James Scherer James.scherer aerissensors.com 230 Twin Dolphin Drive Suite D Redwood City CA 94065 Phone 650-620-9421 Aeris Technologies Inc. presents its new MIRA PICO and Ultra Series high-accuracy laser-based gas analyzers. MIRA analyzers are based on a proprietary mid-IR spectrometer engine achieving ppb level sensitivity and accuracy in an industry smallest lightest and lowest power consumption package. Aeris Patent Pending multipass cell is matched with miniature high-performance electronics producing an ultrasensitive yet robust sensor platform. MIRA analyzers are ideal for greenhouse gas and pollution monitoring natural gas leak detection (with unmatched simultaneous CH4 C2H6 capability) process monitoring or continuous emissions monitoring. Versions are now available for several species including CH4 C2H6 H2CO and CO. Booth 1444 Rose Day Rosalina.day us.af.mil South Patrick Drive Rockledge FL 32955 Phone 321-494-5437 http www.25af.af.mil Units AFTAC.aspx The Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) provides national authorities quality technical measurements to monitor signatory countries compliance with the 1963 Limited Test Ban Treaty. AFTAC employs over 1 000 Department of Defense military and civilian personnel. AFTAC operates and maintains a global network of nuclear event detection sensors called the U.S Atomic Energy System (USAEDS). Once the USAEDS senses a disturbance underground underwater in the atmosphere or in space the event is analyzed for nuclear identification and findings are reported to national command authorities through Headquarters U.S. Air Force. Airphoton LLC Aerodyne Research Inc. Booth 941 Cameron Martin cmartin aerodyne.com 45 Manning Road Billerica MA 01821 Phone 978-932-0207 Booth 1433 Rich Kleidman Kleidman airphoton.com 1450 South Rolling Road Baltimore MD 21227 Phone 410-300-5308 AirPhoton provides products and services for the measurement and analysis of airborne particulates. We have expertise in optical and filter-based technology. Our ground instruments are robust and designed for field deployment. They are used by the SPARTAN Network in harsh environments around the globe for collection and analysis with application to air quality and climate studies. AirPhoton designs and builds custom instrumentation for difficult-to-solve measurement problems. Our expertise extends to aircraft satellite and laboratory instruments. We have designed and built instruments for NOAA and the U.S. Army. AirPhoton also provides training on how to use satellite and ground instrumentation for air quality and climate applications. Aerodyne Research produces state of the art instruments for measuring gases or aerosol particles with fast time response and great sensitivity. Our instruments are used in a wide variety of research and monitoring applications on ground and mobile (truck ship aircraft) platforms for measuring atmospheric pollutants combustion and industrial emissions. We produce aerosol and chemical ionization mass spectrometers laser trace gas and isotope detectors aerosol chemical speciation monitors particle optical extinction monitors and ultrasensitive nitrogen dioxide monitors. AJE--American Journal Experts Booth 932 Hannah Nipper Hannah.nipper researchsquare.com 601 W. Main Street Durham NC 27701 Phone 434-981-9112 www.aje.com American Journal Experts (AJE) is the global leader in author services. AJE provides editing and translation for academic writing along with supporting materials such as figures custom illus- 66 2016 AGU FALL MEETING American Geosciences Institute Booth 1128 Maureen Moses mmoses agiweb.org 4220 King Street Alexandria VA 22302 Phone 703-379-2480 American Geosciences Institute (AGI) connects Earth science and people by serving as a unifying force for the geoscience community. With a network of 51 member societies AGI represents more than a quarter-million geoscientists. No matter your individual discipline AGI s essential programs and services will strengthen your connection to the geosciences. Anasys Instruments is dedicated to delivering innovative products and solutions that measure spatially varying physical and chemical properties with nanoscale spatial resolution critical in a diverse range of fields including polymers materials science life science semiconductors and data storage. The nanoIRTM product line provides robust nanoscale chemical analysis along with complementary thermal structural and mechanical mapping capabilities. The newest nanoIR2-sTM platform combines s-SNOM and AFM-IR enabling mapping of complex optical properties and phenomena of materials with nanometer-scale spatial resolution. American Meteorological Society Apogee Instruments Booth 1306 Abby Stimach dcmeetings ametsoc.org 1200 New York Avenue NW Suite 500 Washington DC 20005 Phone 202-737-1043 http www2.ametsoc.org EducationProgram The American Meteorological Society represents more than meteorologists. Stop by to learn how we re furthering technology and applications related to the entire Earth system through peer-reviewed literature and education. Join us in increasing Earth system science literacy Booth 843 Devin Overly devin.overly apogeeinstruments.com 721 West 1800 North Logan UT 84321 Phone 435-792-4700 http www.apogeeinstruments.com Develops and builds cost-effective research-grade environmental sensors for use in meteorology climatology renewable energy and sustainable agriculture. Apogee Instruments was founded in 1996 by Dr. Bruce Bugbee in Logan Utah and offers several product lines including pyranometers pyrgeometers net radiometers quantum sensors spectroradiometers infrared radiometers 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 67 EXHIBITOR PROFILES tration and video abstracts. We are a team of former researchers with expertise in over 400 fields of study so we can help scientists like you communicate their work to the scientific community and beyond. Since 2004 our tools and solutions have helped over one million researchers get published. Anasys Instruments Booth 207 Molly Morrison molly anasysinstruments.com 325 Chapala Street Santa Barbara CA 93101 Phone 805-730-3310 www.anasysinstruments.com The Future of Earth and Space Science Depends on Us Thursday 15 December Join the community of donors supporting the AGU programs and initiatives that strengthen the foundation of our fields. Make your gift of 20 or more to get your vintage Fall Meeting T-shirt Donations can be made at . Giving Day counters in Moscone North South or West and in the AGU Booth. giving.agu.org While supplies last 68 2016 AGU FALL MEETING oxygen sensors temperature sensors chlorophyll meters aspirated radiation shields and more. Applied Spectra Arizona State University--School of Earth & Space Exploration Booth 1021 Sheri Klug Boonstra sklug asu.edu 201 E. Organ Mall Moeur Building Box 876305 Tempe AZ 85287-6305 Phone 480-965-5514 Applied Spectra Inc. is a leading manufacturer of laser ablation (LA) and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) instruments. Our J200 series instruments include standalone LIBS solid-state UV LA femtosecond LA and the game-changing Tandem LA LIBS instrument. The J200 Tandem LA-LIBS instrument provides geochemists the ability to perform high-precision isotope element analysis by LA-ICP-MS while simultaneously measuring major and minor elements by LIBS especially those that are difficult for ICPMS such as C H O N S and halogens. Our products feature the most powerful data analysis software and method development support from world-class LA and LIBS experts. ARC Science Simulations Booth 547 Brad Moorman bmoorman arcscience.com 1122 Denver Avenue Loveland CO 80537 Phone 970-667-1168 www.arcscience.com Arizona State University s School of Earth and Space Exploration brings together all of Earth and space science into one school. We break the traditional disciplinary boundaries so we can ask the biggest questions in science. We re combining the strengths of science engineering and education to create a new era of exploration. Arrowgrand Technologies LLC Booth 1516 Megan Sun msun perri.org 727 Arrow Grand Circle Covina CA 91722 Phone 626-858-5758 www.arrowgrand.com The OmniGlobe spherical display system (digital globe) is an exceptional tool for educating both students and the public about Description not available at press time. Union Session The Asahiko Taira International Scientific Ocean Drilling Research Prize Wednesday 14 December 1 40 P.M. 2 35 P.M. Moscone West--Room 2022 2024 This Union session highlights the work of early and middle career scientist in recognition of outstanding transdisciplinary research accompaniments in ocean drilling. Union Session New Generation of Scientists Thursday 15 December 1 40 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone South--Room 102 This Union session is dedicated to the work of young and early career scientist and will honor the 2016 AGU James B. Macelwane Medalists the Science for Solutions Award recipient and the Africa Awards for Research Excellence in Earth and Space Science. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 69 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 1525 Miyeun Yoo myyoo appliedspectra.com 46665 Fremont Boulevard Fremont CA 94538 Phone 510-657-7679 appliedspectra.com global issues like ecology the environment climate change oceanography geology history human impact and more. It can also display beautiful inspirational images of the Earth Sun planets and moons. Instructors can even create their own images for display. The OmniGlobe is limitless and infinitely updateable and can display ever-changing educational and inspirational content for years to come Come visit us in Booth 547 for a full demonstration of all that the OmniGlobe can do ASC Scientific EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 1210 John Toth jtoth ascscientific.com 2075 Corte Del Nogal Suite T Carlsbad CA 92011 Phone 760-431-2655 www.ascscientific.com Manufacturer and supplier of research tools for the Earth sciences specializing in paleomagnetic geomagnetic and mapping instruments and field geology tools. Paleomagnetic instruments include spinner magnetometers demagnetizers and susceptibility instruments from AGICO Bartington and ASC. Mapping instruments include laser rangefinders from LTI. ASD Inc. A PANalytical Company Demo Suite 1 Kevin.tanguay panalytical.com 2555 55th Street Suite 100 Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-444-6522 www.panalytical.com ASD Inc. A PANalytical Company Booth 219 Kevin.tanguay panalytical.com 2555 55th Street Suite 100 Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-444-6522 www.panalytical.com ASD Inc. a PANalytical company is the global leader in remote sensing and hyperspectral measurement solutions providing unparalleled ground truthing results. Our rugged portable FieldSpec 4 line of spectroradiometers provides the freedom to rapidly collect high-quality spectra in the field. Trusted by top research experts at thousands of universities and research institutions ASD s full-range spectrometers are used in more than 70 countries. For more information please visit www.asdi.com. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Booth 1345 Alex Ang alex meetmatt.net 1 Commonwealth Lane 06-23 Singapore Singapore 149544 Phone 65-647-231-08 www.asiaoceania.org society index.asp ASD Inc. a PANalytical company is the global leader in remote sensing and hyperspectral measurement solutions providing unparalleled ground truthing results. Our rugged portable FieldSpec 4 line of spectroradiometers provides the freedom to rapidly collect high-quality spectra in the field. Trusted by top research experts at thousands of universities and research institutions ASD s full-range spectrometers are used in more than 70 countries. For more information please visit www.asdi.com. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) was established in 2003 to promote geosciences and its application for the benefit of humanity. Recognizing that the Asia-Oceania region is particularly vulnerable to natural hazards AOGS is deeply involved in addressing such hazard-related issues via scientific social and technical approaches. Annually AOGS holds meetings to provide opportunities for geoscientific discussion and knowledge exchange among academic research and public institutions. Call for Papers for Natural Hazards Theme Issue Volume 4 Issue 8 August 2016 Pages 323 406 Avoiding disasters Strengthening societal resilience to natural hazards Earth s Future is seeking submissions on conceptual numerical statistical and empirical approaches related to all natural and human-induced hazards such as droughts floods volcanos tsunamis earthquakes hurricanes tornados and wildfires and from all areas of Earth sciences. Submissions will be accepted through 2017 and published as accepted to preserve the journal s commitment to rapid online publication. earthsfuture.agu.org 70 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Association for Women Geoscientists Booth 615 Dennise Templeton Dennise.templeton gmail.com 12000 North Washington Street Suite 285 Thornton CO 80241 Phone 303-412-6219 Description not available at press time. Belmont Forum AURA National Solar Observatory Booth 306 Priscilla Piano ppiano nso.edu 950 N. Cherry Avenue Tucson AZ 85719 Phone 303-735-9044 www.nso.edu The Belmont Forum is a group of the world s major and emerging funders of global environmental change research. It aims to accelerate delivery of the environmental research needed to remove critical barriers to sustainability by aligning and mobilizing international resources. It pursues the goals set in the Belmont Challenge by adding value to existing national investments and supporting international partnerships in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary scientific endeavors. Belmont Forum e-Infrastructure Booth 505 Tina Lee tina.lee azgs.az.gov 1955 E Sixth Street PO Box 210184 Tucson AZ 85701 Phone 520-621-2408 www.bfe-inf.org The National Solar Observatory (NSO) mission is to advance knowledge of the Sun both as an astronomical object and as the dominant external influence on Earth. NSO s exhibit booth will feature images and a video of the 4-m Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope currently being built on Haleakal Maui Hawai i. Also featured are NSO s current flagship facilities the Dunn Solar Telescope in Sunspot NM and the McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope at Kitt Peak in Tucson AZ and information about the NSO Integrated Synoptic Program. Aventech Research Inc. Booth 1042 Bruce Woodcock bwoodcock aventech.com 756 Huronia Road Unit 2 Barrie ON L4N 6C6 Phone 705-722-4288 Aventech provides leading-edge air-data and GPS-inertial solutions for airborne measurement. The industry-leading AIMMS-30 is a fully-integrated system meeting the airborne weather and attitude measurement requirements of scientific operators. The AIMMS provides accurate real-time attitude and meteorological data on board the aircraft or remotely via the AVSTAR satellite reporting system. The Belmont Forum is a consortium of 23 international governmental science agencies who are funding global environmental change research. The Belmont Forum e-Infrastructures and Data Management Project aims to establish a global e-Infrastructures framework that supports open access to data-intensive multidisciplinary research. Drawing from exemplars of data management best practices protocols and standards and incorporating the needs of social and natural sciences and global change research communities the e-Infrastructures framework in development is intended to facilitate the Belmont Forum s goal to deliver knowledge needed for action to avoid and adapt to detrimental environmental change including extreme hazardous events. Beta Analytic Inc. Battelle Memorial Institute Booth 1507 Laura Mrozinski mrozinski battelle.org 505 King Avenue Columbus OH 43201 Phone 800-201-2011 www.battelle.org Booth 928 Ron Hatfield rhatfield radiocarbon.com 4985 SW 74th Court Miami FL 33155 Phone 305-667-5167 Beta Analytic Inc.--world s largest and most trusted radiocarbon dating laboratory. Sample results reported in 3 14 business days. We DO NOT SUBCONTRACT your irreplaceable samples to other laboratories as they operate outside of our strict ISO IEC 17025 2005 Quality Testing Standards. Samples of 100 micrograms carbon can be dated at no additional cost. Stable isotope ratios (C N O H) are measured by isotope ratio mass spectrometry and there are never any cancelation fees for samples that yield an insufficient quantity or quality of carbon for dating. Respected worldwide for accuracy dependability and customer care. Sample results accessible 24 7 via secure web access www.radiocarbon.com. At technology centers and national laboratories around the world Battelle applies cutting-edge research and development capabilities to solve what matters most for government and commercial clients. We proudly manage the National Ecological Observatory Network for the National Science Foundation to provide data and assignable assets for ecological scientists. Beijing Piesat Technology Co. Ltd. Booth 1612 Description not available at press time Brown University Booth 205 Description not available at press time 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 71 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 225 Susanna Ehlers sehlers nsf.gov 416 W. Congress Street Suite 100 Tucson AZ 85701 Phone 520-209-4132 www.belmontforum.org 72 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Brunton Outdoor At Brunton we believe in providing our customers with the most accurate dependable and durable navigation tools and instruments. It s been this way since 1894 when D.W. Brunton created the now legendary Pocket Transit compact precision compass that continues to give outdoorsman the confidence to push beyond the beaten path. Today this spirit of indestructible innovation lives in the form of professional-grade solutions as tough and diverse as the rugged Rocky Mountains that we ve called our laboratory for over 125 years. Our goal is to build products as tough as the people who get to use them and to allow these users to push themselves and our products to extend their adventure. For more information please visit www.brunton.com. Booth 337 Jerry Hall jrh cambustion.com 347 Cherry Hinton Road Cambridge UK Phone 44-122-321-0250 www.cambustion.com aerosol Cambustion s world-leading range of aerosol and gas instrumentation continues to expand with the launch of the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier (AAC) a novel instrument for classifying aerosol particles according to aerodynamic diameter without charging or morphology effects. The CPMA classifies particles by mass-to-charge ratio. Combined with our Unipolar Diffusion Aerosol Charger (UDAC) the CPMA can form a mass concentration standard. The DMS500 offers 10Hz electrical mobility size number spectra between 5 and 2500 nm with integrated dilution making it ideal for both ambient and high concentration sources including engines brake particles and biomass burning. Traceable calibrations are included for soot and spherical compact particles. Bureau of Reclamation Booth 1517 Ken Nowak knowak usbr.gov Denver Federal Center P.O. Box 25007 Building 56 Room 1017 Denver CO 80225 Phone 303-445-2125 www.usbr.gov research CAMECA Instruments Inc. Booth 1524 Dan Jacobson dan.jacobson amtek.com 5500 Nobel Drive Madison WI 53711 Phone 608-229-1917 http www.cameca.com The Bureau of Reclamation under the U.S. Department of the Interior was established in 1902 and is best known for the dams powerplants and canals it constructed in the 17 western states. These water projects led to homesteading and promoted the economic development of the West. Reclamation is the largest wholesaler of water and second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the country. The agency s Research and Development Office applies science and technology to advance the agency s mission to manage develop and protect water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest of the American public. California Geological Survey Booth 1446 Richard Adrianowicz Richard.adrianowicz conservation.ca.gov 345 Middlefield Road Menlo Park CA 95 http www.conservation.ca.gov The California Geological Survey is dedicated to the fulfillment of its mission to provide scientific products and services about the state s geology seismology and mineral resources that affect the health safety and business interests of the people of California. CAMECA supports the geological research community with highend microanalytical instrumentation covering all fields of geo- and cosmochemistry geochronology paleoclimatology environmental studies. Leader in electron probe micro-analysis (EPMA) secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) and atom probe tomography (APT) we also offer inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) and thermal ionization mass spectrometer (TIMS) since the integration of Nu Instruments. Highlighted at our booth the newly launched IMS 1300-HR Ultra High Sensitivity SIMS the KLEORA Specialized SIMS for U-Pb geochronology PLASMA 3 Multicollection ICP-MS. As well as the IMS 7f-GEO and NanoSIMS 50L ion microprobes SXFive EPMA LEAP 3D Atom Probe Nu TIMS. Campbell Scientific Inc. Cambridge University Press Booth 739 Lynne Ruiz lruiz campbellsci.com 815 W 1800 N Logan UT 84321-1784 Phone 435-753-2342 http www.campbellsci.com Campbell Scientific specializes in research-grade meteorological agricultural and water-resource instrumentation components and systems. Our stand-alone measurement and control systems operate in harsh climates worldwide. With over 40 years of experience we offer a range of systems including automated weather stations evapotranspiration stations eddy-covariance systems lightning warning systems and soil-moisture measurement systems. New products include the CR300-series data loggers vibrating-wire data loggers using patented VSPECTTM technology and the ALERT200 flood-warning system with ALERT2 readiness. Campbell Scientific Booth 1111 Kamini Ramphal 1 Liberty Plaza 20th Floor New York NY 10006 Phone 212-337-5000 http www.cambridge.org academic Cambridge University Press publishing in books and journals combines state-of-the-art content with the highest standards of scholarship writing and production. Visit our stand to browse new 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 73 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 1405 Lisa Beres lisa.beres bruntongroup.com 1900 South Taylor Avenue Louisville CO 80027 Phone 720-448-6373 http brunton.com titles available at 20% discount and to pick up sample copies of our journals. Visit our website to find out more about what we do www.cambridge.org academic. Cambustion has data-acquisition and control systems for all of your projects where measurements matter. Climanosco C-Core EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 1629 Description not available at press time. Cegasa USA Booth 806 Michel Bourqui Michel.bourqui climanosco.org Viaduktstrasse 95 CH-8005 Zurich Switzerland Phone 4-179-159-8364 www.climanosco.org Climanosco is an independent nonprofit association open to all climate scientists and to anybody interested in the climate. Its main goal is to publish state-of-the-art climate science for the general public in a reliable and understandable format for free. It builds a worldwide network of climate scientists and interested citizens. It was created by scientists to help raise climate literacy around the world. For climate researchers Climanosco offers a dynamical environment designed to support their efforts to bring their research to the general public. A special peer-review process involving nonscientific referees and a growing network of interested citizens offers a unique testbed helping them to develop and improve their writing skills. Booth 217 Scot Gillmore s.gillmore cegasa.com 1701 Armitage Court Addison Illinois 60101 Phone 847-452-6515 Cegasa is a supplier of Zinc Air Alkaline and Lithium Ion Batteries for industrial applications. Zinc Air Alkaline batteries are completely environmentally safe primary batteries with extremely high Energy density. They are very well suited for remote environments losing only about 8% of their capacity after 2 years. Center for Applied Isotope Studies Booth 517 Alexander Cherkinsky acherkin uga.edu 120 Riverbend Road Athens GA 30602 Phone 706-542-1395 www.cais.uga.edu Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Booth 1523 Lauren Kurtz lkurtz climatesciencedefensefund.org 435 W. 116th Street Room 527 New York NY 10027 Phone 646-801-0853 http www.climatesciencedefensefund.org The Climate Science Legal Defense Fund (CSLDF) works to defend climate scientists who are dragged into litigation or otherwise threatened with legal attacks and harassment by politically and ideologically motivated groups. We also work to educate members of the scientific community helping them gain a better understanding of the legal issues surrounding their work and to educate the public about the legal issues facing climate scientists. Since 2011 we ve helped close to a hundred researchers conducted legal education workshops for scientists and lawyers and developed a network of pro-bono lawyers ready to help scientists. The Center for Applied Isotope Studies (CAIS) is a multidisciplinary research center offering a wide range of analytical expertise enabling its scientists to collaborate with industrial and academic partners on research programs and method development applications including stable isotope ecology AMS radiocarbon dating water quality heavy metal speciation soil analysis and quantitative and qualitative elemental analyses. CAIS has two accelerators dedicated to radiocarbon measurement and houses the second largest stable isotope laboratory in the U.S. Additional analytical facilities include ion chromatography (IC HPLC GC GC MS GC MS MS) X-ray fluorescence and inductively coupled plasma analysis (MC-ICP-MS ICP-MS ICP-OES). Climate Signals China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) Booth 1437 Chunxia Yang chuxiay gmail.com Department of Human Resources 388 Lumo Road Wuhan Hubei 430074 China Phone 86-27-678-83720 www.cug.edu.cn Booth 1513 Rose Andreatta randreatta climatenexus.org Climate Nexus 171 Madison Avenue Suite 901 New York NY 10016 Phone 646-559-8370 www.climatesignals.org Climate Signals illustrates what climate change looks like on the ground and specifies the long-term climate trends and physical processes. The platform offers a global event map detailed individual event pages and searchable databases of climate science sources as well as climate change monitors relaying real-time data. Embeddable signal tree graphics illustrate the connections between climate change and individual extreme events. Climate Signals is a project of Climate Nexus currently in open-beta release for public user testing and engagement. China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) (CUG) is adjacent to national high-tech development zone and China Optical Valley with the scenic East Lake by its side in Wuhan Hubei Province China. CUG was founded in 1952 as one of the comprehensive and national key universities with a distinct focus on geology natural resources environment and geological engineering technology. CUG currently comprises 21 academic colleges and schools and 60 undergraduate programs. Currently talents from all over the world are warmly welcome to work here to speed up the process of building CUG into a world-class university with a strong competitive edge in geosciences. 74 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 75 CNRS--Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Booth 844 Kristiana Stoitseva kristiana.stoitseva cnrs-dir.fr 3 rue Michel-Ange F-75016 Paris France Phone 33-144-964-415 http www.cnrs.fr EXHIBITOR PROFILES national ocean observing systems. Representing over 80% of the global oceanographic HF radar market SeaSonde has captured and quantified ocean response to many extreme weather events including hurricanes and winter storms and also proven useful in emergency situations such as search and rescue and spill response. SeaSondes have operated in over 30 countries and are supported by both manufacturer and its network of global affiliates. College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Booth 324 Robert Allan rallan coas.orgegonstate.edu 104 CEOAS Admin Corvallis OR 97331 Phone 541-737-1340 https ceoas.oregonstate.edu CNRS is a public organization under the authority of the French Ministry of Education and Research. Within it the National Institute for Earth sciences Astrophysics and Planetology (CNRS-INSU) develops and coordinates research conducted by CNRS and other research agencies in these areas. It conceives and manages research infrastructures it funds and provides technical support for multi-year research projects and large scale facilities. CNRS-INSU also organizes foresight activities that are to define future scientific directions. Come visit us to learn more and to see our list of postdoc opportunities in France CODAR Ocean Sensors Ltd. Booth 218 Laura Pederson info codar.com 1914 Plymouth Street Mountain View CA 94043 Phone 408-773-8240 www.codar.com The College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences is a recognized leader in the study of the Earth as an integrated system. It spans the natural science disciplines and creates strong linkages with the social sciences both within the college and university. We prepare students and enable faculty to explore new ideas and address complex issues of planetary-scale science. With a focus on innovation entrepreneurship collaboration and exploration the college builds on a strong tradition of analytical and computational technology. Defining qualities of the College are faculty excellence leading-edge research compelling educational and mentoring experiences and state-of-the-art facilities. Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2016 CODAR Ocean Sensors Ltd. specializes in the research design manufacturing and support of high-frequency (HF) radar systems primarily for ocean current measurement wave monitoring and tsunami detection. SeaSonde HF radar system is the backbone of many regional and Colorado State University - Ecosystem Science & Sustainability Department Booth 204 Description not available at press time. Meet with recruiters receive career advice or just take a break in the Career Center & Student Lounge. Moscone South Halls A C Poster Hall Open Monday Friday 9 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Sponsored by 76 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Columbia University Press Booth 339 Corey Beebe cb2954 columbia.edu 61 W 62nd Street New York NY 10023 Phone 212-459-0600 http www.cup.columbia.edu Critical Zone Observatories Columbia University Press seeks to enhance Columbia University s educational and research mission by publishing outstanding original works by scholars and other intellectuals that contribute to an understanding of global human concerns. The Press also reflects the importance of its location in New York City in its publishing programs. Through book reference electronic publishing and distribution services the Press broadens the university s international reputation. Consortium for Ocean Leadership Booth 230 Allison Hays ahays oceanleadership.org 1201 New York Avenue NW 4th Floor Washington DC 20005 Phone 202-797-1644 http www.oceanleadership.org The Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) NSF national program is an NSF-funded network of nine observatories studying the Critical Zone. This zone is a living breathing constantly evolving boundary layer at Earth s surface where rock soil water air and living organisms interact. Each CZO is run by a team of cross-disciplinary scientists working at the catchment watershed scale focused on the interconnected chemical physical and biological processes shaping Earth s surface. CRM The Consortium for Ocean Leadership is a Washington DC nonprofit organization that represents the leading public and private ocean research education institutions aquaria and industry with the mission to shape the future of ocean science and technology. In addition to its advocacy role as the voice of the ocean research and education community Ocean Leadership manages a variety of community-wide research and education programs in areas of ocean observing ocean exploration and ocean partnerships. Booth 1045 Daniel Mark crm crmarchitecture.com PO Box 396 Newcastle WY 82701 Phone 443-742-7178 Original handmade jewelry. Design themes inspired from both our aerospace and architectural backgrounds emphasizing select natural stones and top-grade vivid gemstones hosted in a variety of precious metals. CSU Northridge Booth 1606 Description not available at press time. Copernicus.org Booth 1229 Anna Wenzel anna.wenzel copernicus.org Bahnhofsallee 1E D-37081 G ttingen Germany Phone 49-555-699-0033-950 www.copernicus.org Promoting scientific work is our focus. Serving those dedicated to science is our passion. We have been a partner of scientists since 1988. By publishing highly reputable peer-reviewed open-access journals and organizing conferences we promote scientific work worldwide. Since 2001 we have been dedicated to open access as a principle. We believe that free access to publications and conference presentations is best for scientific progress. With a wide array of services we support associations in the fulfilment of their tasks and develop appropriate software solutions for achieving these aims. Whatever we do the individuals take center stage. CTBTO Preparatory Commission Booth 231 Pierrick Mialle Pierrick.mialle ctbto.org Vienna International Centre Wagramerstrasse 5 A-1200 Vienna Austria Phone 0043-1-2603060-6297 www.ctbto.org Description not available at press time. CUAHSI--Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science Inc. Booth 422 Emily Clark eclark cuashi.org 196 Boston Avenue Suite 3000 Medford MA 02155 Phone 339-221-5400 http www.cuahsi.org COSPAR 2018 Booth 1625 Description not available at press time. The Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science Inc. (CUAHSI) is a 501(c) (3) research organization representing more than 130 U.S. universities and water science-related organizations. CUAHSI receives support from the National Science Foundation to develop infrastructure and services for the advancement of water science in the United States. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 77 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 309 Tim White tswhite essc.psu.edu The Penn State 2217 EES Building University Park PA 16802 Phone 814-865-2213 http www.criticalzone.org national DARTS JAXA ISAS EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 347 Hideaki Tonooka Tonooka.hideaki jaxa.jp 3-1-1 Yoshinodai Chuo Sagamihara Kanagawa 252-5210 Japan Phone 81-50-3362-2775 darts.isas.jaxa.jp Data ARchive and Transmission System (DARTS) is the data archive for the Japanese space science and exploration missions. One of the major purposes is to provide highly processed scientific data products with researchers in space science such as solar-terrestrial physics solar physics lunar and planetary science and astrophysics via the Internet. DARTS has been developed and maintained by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). framework and sustainable cyberinfrastructure that meets the needs of science and society for open persistent robust and secure access to well-described and easily discovered Earth observational data. DataONE also aids researchers in fulfilling their need for data management and training. These needs are filled by offering the scientific community a suite of tools and education materials that cover all aspects of the data life-cycle from data collection to management analysis and publication. Deltares Booth 1413 Roeli Suiker roeli.suiker deltares.nl Rotterdamseweg 185 2629 HV Delft Netherlands Phone 31 88 335 8273 http www.deltares.nl Deltares is an independent institute for applied research in the field of water and subsurface. Throughout the world we work on smart solutions innovations and applications for people environment and society. Our main focus is on deltas coastal regions and river basins. Managing these densely populated and vulnerable areas is complex which is why we work closely with governments businesses other research institutes and universities at home and abroad. Our motto is Enabling Delta Life. We believe in openness and transparency as is evident from the free availability of a selection of our software and models. Open source works is our firm conviction. Data Conservancy Project Booth 1633 Description not available at press time. DataONE Booth 304 Amber Budden aebudden dataone.unm.edu 1312 Basehart SE Albuquerque NM 87106 Phone 505-814-1112 http www.dataone.org Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE) is the foundation of new innovative environmental science through a distributed Celebrating 25 Years Journal of Geophysical Research Planets Volume 121 Issue 9 Septe Read the Special Anniversary Collection 25 Years of Planetary Science Discoveries and New Questions Read the articles free through January 2017 at bit.ly JGRPlanets25 78 2016 AGU FALL MEETING mber 2016 Pages 1551 1826 25 Years of Pla netary Science Discoveries an d New Question s Department of Energy ARM Climate Research Facility Booth 540 Rolanda Jundt Rolanda.jundt pnnl.gov PO Box 999 Richland WA 99352 Phone 509-375-2936 www.arm.gov Dynamax Inc. As a U.S. Department of Energy scientific user facility with measurement capabilities across the globe the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility is used by scientists to obtain long-term measurements of radiative fluxes cloud and aerosol properties in diverse locales for studying atmospheric processes and improving climate models. Dynamax Inc. manufactures and distributes a wide range of products for plant science research including the Flow32 sap flow systems for measuring real-time plant water use. Plant water relations soil moisture canopy gas exchange phytoremediation weather plant stress global climate change root development and irrigation are some areas where Dynamax equipment is used. Diana March Jewels of the Earth Booth 330 Diana March dianamarchdesigns gmail.com 3334 E Coast Highway 328 Corona Del Mar CA 92625 Phone 818-421-1993 Earth Data Division--Kenda Electronic Systems Booth 328 John Strachan john.strachan kenda.co.uk Nutsey Lane Totton Southampton Hants SO40 3NB UK Phone 44-238-086-9922 http www.earthdata.co.uk Diana March Jewels of the Earth. Jeweler Diana March is well-known for her work in rare museum-quality gems minerals meteorites crystals fossils artifacts and ocean elements. Honoring the natural beauty shape and feel of each hand-chosen stone she wire-designs her jewelry in precious metals with an eye to make exclusive creations. She keeps the elements in their raw form wherever possible which is the reason her work is called Elegant Geology. Her goal is to create wearable moments in time from Earth sea and space. DOSECC Exploration Services Booth 1421 Beau Marshall bmarshall dosecc.com 2075 S. Pioneer Road Suite B Salt Lake City UT 84104 Phone 801-583-2150 www.dosecc.com Earth Data s rugged low-power Digitizers incorporate 3 or 6 delta-sigma converters (channels) offering data rates of 1 to 3000 Hz with extremely high dynamic ranges of 140 dB at 100 Hz and 150 dB at 10 Hz. Internal and external GPS options provide very accurate timing and position information. Internal FLASH storage and networking capabilities support their use as real-time data acquisition stations (e.g. SEEDLink Server). When supplied in our Data Loggers with removable media (e.g. SSD drive) a configurable recording solution is provided (e.g. miniSEED). USB wired and wireless network communications offer various protocols (e.g. HTTP FTP) and data docking or download facilities web browser configuration and monitoring is supported. Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) Nanyang Technological University Booth 1445 Yvonne Soon yvsoon ntu.edu.sg 50 Nanyang Avenue N2-01a-11 Singapore 639798 Phone 65-659-275-42 http www.earthobservatory.sg DOSECC is a geoscience-driven engineering and drilling firm with 30 years experience completing projects around the globe. We help solve key business problems and answer pressing questions that impact our planet. DOSECC does more than providing coring services. Our full-service solution includes the development of new equipment to meet new challenges equipment fabrication execution of projects and subsequent analysis and reporting. While some of our projects are straightforward DOSECC is known for creating innovative solutions for particularly challenging drilling projects. From concept and strategy to design and implementation we provide a complete solution. Droplet Measurement Technologies Booth 624 Kristie Stowers kstowers dropletmeasurement.com 2545 Central Avenue Suite 100 Boulder CO 80301-5727 Phone 303-440-5576 The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) is Singapore s main hub for geohazards research focusing on earthquakes volcanic eruptions tsunamis and climate change research in and around Southeast Asia. Outreach programs in media and art attest to the Observatory s commitment to raise awareness of geological processes through various media in order to create more sustainable societies. EOS acquires knowledge of and contributes to forecasts of these natural process natural hazards passing information on to governments communities and businesses so that they can adapt to these environmental challenges. EOS an autonomous institute of Nanyang Technological University is a Research Centre of Excellence. Droplet Measurement Technologies is the most diversified provider of instrumentation in the world for measuring atmospheric aerosol and cloud particles. Our sensors measure refractory and equivalent black carbon cloud condensation nuclei and ice nuclei bioaerosols cloud droplets and ice crystals on ground-based or airborne platforms. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 79 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 939 Lynsey Morgan Market-lynsey dynamax.com 10808 Fallstone Road Houston TX 77099 Phone 281-564-5100 http www.dynamax.com Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Booth 247 Erin Robinson Erinrobinson esipfed.org 3980 Broadway Suite 103-185 Boulder Colorado 80304 Phone 314-369-9954 http esipfed.org EarthScope National Office Booth 519 Samantha Slease uaf-earthscope alaska.edu 903 Koyukuk Drive P.O. Box 757320 Fairbanks AK 99775-7320 Phone 907-474-2700 www.earthscope.org EXHIBITOR PROFILES The Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is an open networked community that brings together science data and information technology practitioners. Participation in ESIP is beneficial because it provides an intellectual commons to expose gather and enhance in-house capabilities in support of an organization s own mandate. Earth Planets and Space Booth 1145 Yuto Katoh advertise earth-planets-space.org 301 Star-Valley 3-20-8 Kita-Senzoku Ota-ku Tokyo Japan 145-0062 Phone 81-364-256-450 http earth-planets-space.springeropen.com The open-access journal Earth Planets and Space (EPS) presents scientific articles in the Earth and planetary sciences in particular geomagnetism aeronomy space science seismology volcanology geodesy and planetary science. EPS also welcomes articles in new and inter-disciplinary subjects including instrumentation. EarthScope is a program of the National Science Foundation that deploys thousands of seismic GPS and other geophysical instruments to study the structure and evolution of the North American continent and the processes that cause earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. It involves collaboration between scientists educators policymakers and the public to learn about utilize exciting scientific discoveries as they are being made. EarthScope comprises three interlinking components 1) the EarthScope Facility operated by the UNAVCO and IRIS consortia 2) a research program that supports PIled investigations and 3) an investigator community coordinated by an EarthScope National Office that participates in science planning research and facility governance. ECORD IODP ICDP EarthCube Booth 314 Patricia Maruejol maruejol crpg.cnrs-nancy.fr CRPG-CNRS 15 Rue Notre Dame Des Pauvres F-54500 Vandoeuvre Les Nancy France Phone 33-383-594-118 www.ecord.org Two major and complementary international programs undertake drilling for the scientific community International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) and International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP) in oceanic and continental environments respectively. IODP is supported by 25 member countries including Canada Israel and the 15 European countries that make up the European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD). ICDP brings together scientists and stakeholders from 23 nations. Booth 509 Sheri Ruscetta ruscetta ucar.edu P.O. Box 3000 Boulder CO 80307 Phone 303-497-2632 earthcube.org EarthCube was initiated by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 2011 to transform geoscience research by developing cyberinfrastructure to improve access sharing visualization and analysis of all forms of geosciences data and related resources. As a community-governed effort EarthCube s goal is to enable geoscientists to tackle the challenges of understanding and predicting a complex and evolving solid Earth hydrosphere atmosphere and space environment systems. The NSF s Directorate for Geosciences (GEO) and the Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (ACI) partnered to sponsor EarthCube which NSF anticipates supporting through 2022. Ecotech Pty Ltd Booth 1207 Felicity Sharp felicity ecotech.com 1492 Ferntree Gully Road Knoxfield VIC 3180 Australia Phone 61-039-730-7859 www.ecotech.com Established 40 years ago Ecotech is a world-leading manufacturer and provider of tailored environmental monitoring solutions. We are known for customized solutions that meet the toughest demands. Over the years we have built partnerships with like-minded experts who share our vision we are acutely aware of the ever-changing nature of our world and the need to stay connected with the developments. As such we continually challenge ourselves to find ways to improve our product offering in greenhouse gases and aerosol and atmospheric research. Our collaborative work with the global research community funnels the insight for continuous innovation of products to support research and science. Earthquake Research Institute The University of Tokyo Booth 340 Moe Fukui moe eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp 1-1-1 Yayoi Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-0032 Japan Phone 81-3-5841-0394 www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp en Earthquake Research Institute University of Tokyo Japan is the largest university institute for solid Earth science in our country and is one of the oldest and renowned of its kind in the world with over 80 top-notch academics. We deal with earthquake tsunami volcano and Earth s interior. 80 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Editorial Office of Advances in Atmospheric Sciences Booth 342 Xiayu Yuan yuanxy mail.iap.ac.cn Huayanbeili 40 Beichen West Road Beijing 100029 China Phone 86-106-851-1095 http link.springer.com journal 376 range of samples ESI can create a system to improve the speed precision and accuracy of your experiments. Elementar Americas Inc. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences (AAS) is an international journal on the dynamics physics and chemistry of the atmosphere and ocean with papers across the full range of the atmospheric sciences co-published bimonthly by Sciences Press and Springer. The journal includes articles letters comments and responses data description articles and reviews. AAS also includes a News & Views section featuring research highlights project reports and meeting summaries. EKO Instruments USA Inc Booth 1608 Description not available at press time. Elemental Scientific Inc. The precision is the most powerful yet flexible Stable Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer--a starting point from which to grow your research. You can choose any combination of inlet systems and automatically switch between them using the centrION Continuous Flow Interface System directly incorporated into the instrument. You can also interface precisION to your custom experimental system with the revolutionary Novel Inlet Control Module (NICM) which offers substantial control of additional I O with the elegant Method Workflow Designer. Adding multicollector arrays with custom amplification resistor configurations will drive your experiment even further. Visit us and let us know how we can help Booth 228 Erica McConnell Erica.mcconnell meinhard.com 7277 World Communication Drive Omaha NE 68122 Phone 402-991-7800 http www.ICPMS.com Elemental Scientific provides sample introduction accessories and solutions to meet specialized needs of your labs . From our intelligent autosamplers to FAST application solutions designed to determine trace element concentrations & isotope ratios in a Elsevier Booth 429 Kinga Rietveld k.reitveld elsevier.com The Boulevard Langford Lane Kidlington Oxford OX5 1GB UK Phone 44-1865-843817 www.elsevier.com Elsevier is a world leading information solutions provider serving the research needs of educators researchers and students worldwide. Visit Elsevier Booth 429 to discover our range of first class geoscience In t e r a c ss i p ub li s h ng 15 t Open science years Let it grow It has been 15 years since EGU and Copernicus started their journey towards open science. The first discussion paper was published in ACPD on 3 September 2001. Since then 14 sister journals have followed the idea of transparency in scientific quality assurance two more sister journals are also open-access but not interactive. Our strategy is threefold and goes further than for others besides free access to the articles we provide free access to reviewer and author comments and allow other scientists to comment prior to publication. In addition we see a publication as a cluster the article itself is the trunk and all assets (data sets model code samples videos and other supplementary materials) are the branches linked to each other through DOIs. The EGU success story 2001 2016 17 EGU journals 15 indexed in SCIE 23 561 D-papers with 867 435 pages 27 431 journal papers with 386 187 pages 110 000 comments in 23 561 discussions www.egu.eu publications 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 81 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 618 Steve Sharp steve.sharp elementaramericas.com 520 Fellowship Road Suite D-408 Mount Laurel NJ 08054 Phone 856-787-0022 www.elementarAmericas.com o op iv iv e n -ac e n -ac c e e EXHIBITOR PROFILES journals and receive a 30% discount on books on display. Learn about our latest innovations including the Publishing Campus designed to help you get ahead and take part in daily giveaways. We are proud to play an integral part within the geoscience community and to participate in the advancement of the field. Eosense Inc. Booth 846 Matt Herdon matt eosense.com 1 Research Drive Dartmouth NS B2Y 4M9 Canada Phone 902-870-5220 Eosense (formerly Forerunner Research Inc.) is a product company that designs and builds weatherproof gas monitoring devices. We are dedicated to equipping research and industry with accurate go-anywhere tools. Our products capture concentration and flux data for greenhouses gases such as carbon dioxide and methane and perform exceptionally well in soil mud shallow water and snow. Our devices let scientists and engineers get work done with dependable performance in harsh site conditions. Tough devices patented technology intelligent software and excellent support let you focus on your work. organization publishes Geochemical Perspectives and Geochemical Perspectives Letters participates in Elements recognizes scientific excellence through awards sponsors workshops and conferences in Europe supports early-career scientists organizes a distinguished lecture program circulates job opportunities issues newsletters blogs and press releases and partners with other learned societies to strengthen geochemistry internationally. European Geosciences Union (EGU) Booth 1231 Phillippe Courtial info egu.edu Luisenstr. 37 D-80333 Munich Germany Phone 49-892-180-6549 http www.egu.eu The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is with over 12 000 members Europe s premier geosciences union. It is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Earth planetary and space sciences for the benefit of humanity. The EGU has a current portfolio of 17 diverse open access journals and its annual General Assembly is the largest European geosciences event. Esri European Space Agency (ESA) Booth 745 Claudia Stevens Claudia.stevens esa.int 00044 Frascati I-23030 Rome Italy Phone 39-069-418-0953 http www.esa.int Booth 623 David Hendrick dhendrick esri.com 380 New York Street Redlands CA 92373-8100 Phone 909-793-2853 www.esri.com Esri helps organizations map and model our world. Esri s GIS technology enables them to effectively analyze and manage their geographic information and make better decisions. They are supported by an experienced and knowledgeable staff and an extensive network of business partners and international distributors. The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. ESRPC & TAO Journal Extrel CMS Booth 1404 Pei-Wen Chang esrpc ncu.edu.tw No. 300 Zhong Road Zhongli District Taoyuan 32001 Taiwan Phone 88-634-276-264 http esrpc.ncu.edu.tw and http tao.cgu.org.tw. The Taiwan Earth Science Research Promotion Center (ESRPC) is operated under the Ministry of Science and Technology Taiwan. Our primary mission is to promote advanced and international collaborative research in Earth-science-related disciplines by supporting visiting scholars to Taiwan and sponsoring scientific conferences held in Taiwan. ESRPC assists the distribution of Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (TAO) a SCI journal since 1990. Booth 446 Monica Fleishner monica.fleishner extrel.com 575 Epsilon Drive Suite 2 Pittsburgh PA 15238 Phone 412-963-7530 Extrel--the world s leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art research and process mass spectrometers residual gas analyzers and quadrupole mass spectrometry components. Since 1964 Extrel s instruments have been recognized for their exceptional performance reliability and flexibility and are complemented by the most comprehensive application technical and on-site support in the industry. The company s analytical and process instruments have been applied in both research and industry--used by Nobel Laureates and thousands of others in a variety of applications worldwide. European Association of Geochemistry Booth 1406 Marie-Aude Hulshoff mahulshoff eag.eu.com Wijnbouw 7 NL-3991 NL Houten Netherlands Phone 31-30-888-9538 www.eag.eu.com Frontiers Founded in 1985 the European Association of Geochemistry is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting geochemistry internationally. The society is a dynamic organization of over 2800 members that leads the European Goldschmidt conference Booth 1244 Kevin Baumer Kevin.baumer frontiersin.org EPFL Innovation Park Building I CH-1015 Lausanne Switzerland Phone 41-21-510-1700 www.frontiersin.org Frontiers is a community-rooted open-access publisher that uses technology to radically improve the publishing process. Established by scientists in 2007 Frontiers drives innovations in peer 82 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Science Impact Supporting Thriving Communities Thriving Earth Exchange Events at Fall Meeting 12 16 December in San Francisco CA Networking Reception An opportunity for scientists community leaders and those interested in community science to connect share their experiences and learn strategies for working together to make an impact. Tuesday 13 December 6 30 P.M. 8 30 P.M. Marriott Marquis Salons 10 11 Open to all Project Launch Workshop A hands-on workshop where scientists and community leaders will work together to design projects that use Earth and space science to build local solutions to global challenges. Wednesday 14 December 8 30 A.M. 1 00 P.M. Marriott Marquis Foothill C Open to all (Formally known as Club Room) www.thrivingearthexchange.org Twitter ThrivingEarth 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 83 EXHIBITOR PROFILES review article-level metrics post-publication review democratic evaluation research networking and a growing ecosystem of open-science tools. The Frontiers in journal series has published 49 000 peer-reviewed articles across 57 journals and more than 440 academic specialties which receive 6 million monthly views and are supported by over 270 000 leading researchers worldwide. In 2014 Frontiers won the ALPSP Innovation in Publishing Award. For more information visit www.frontiersin.org. Gasmet s rugged FTIR multi-gas analyzers provide exceptional analytical precision for researchers measuring soil gas fluxes in the field. The DX-series portable FTIR gas analyzers are lightweight and compact for easy field transport and our CalcmetTM software provides an easy-to-use interface for researchers to view multiple gases in near real-time. Stop by Booth 1425 and see for yourself what other researchers are talking about. Future Ocean--Kiel Marine Sciences Booth 1230 Nancy Smith nsmith uv.uni-kiel.de Christian-Albrechts-Platz 4 D-24118 Kiel Germany Phone 49-431-880-4933 GCESS Beijing Normal University Booth 1616 Description not available at press time. GEM Advanced Magnetometers Booth 1546 Geraldo Pinto geraldo.pinto gemsystems.ca 135 Spy Court Markham ON L3R 5H6 Canada Phone 1 905-752-2202-261 http www.gemsystems.ca Future Ocean is an interdisciplinary research group in Kiel with over 200 experts in marine science economics medicine math informatics law sociology and art from Kiel University GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel the Institute for the World Economy and the Muthesius Academy of Arts. The goal of these experts is to investigate climate and ocean change evaluate the opportunities and risks of change and develop sustainable ocean resource management options because we believe that understanding the ocean is a key to sustaining our future. Gasmet Technologies Inc Booth 1425 Jim Cornish Jim.cornish gasmet.com 956A The Queensway Toronto ON M8Z 1P5 Canada Phone 450-659-4567 http www.gasmet.com GEM is a world leader in manufacturing the most advanced Magnetometers and Gradiometers sensors for Earth Science Geophysics and other applications. With more than three decades in the research and development of equipment for geophysical exploration. They are used in approximately 150 countries Worldwide for UAV-Drone Airborne (fixed-wing and helicopter) Mineral and Oil Exploration Observatory Volcanology Earthquake Research Archeology Military Applications (UXO) Ground and base-station units are available with the highest data quality and specifications in the market. Products include Potassium Overhauser Proton dldD for vector measurement VLF and AFMAG-EM instruments and others. Write about your adventures in AGU s new blog Contact us at news agu.org to learn more about sharing your field work stories. blogs.agu.org 84 2016 AGU FALL MEETING gempa OSOP gempa is one of the leading software development companies in the field of earthquake and tsunami hazards. Its team consists of professional software developers and seismologists. gempa known as the developer and maintainer of the automatic and interactive real-time seismic analysis system SeisComP3 used by over 300 companies and institutes worldwide also offers commercial products and services related to local and microseismicity monitoring structural health monitoring volcano monitoring and tsunami early warning. Geometrics GEObit Booth 1138 Linda Phillips Linda geometrics.com 2190 Fortune Drive San Jose CA 95131 Phone 408-954-0522 www.geometrics.com Geometrics manufactures sells rents and services magnetometers seismographs and electrical conductivity and resistivity systems for land marine and air investigations of the subsurface. Booth 613 Dimitris Mourtzouchos dmourtzouchos geobit.gr 90 Solomou Street GR-26222 Patra Greece Phone 30-261-087-6876 www.geobit.gr Geobit designs and manufactures portable low-power low-cost geophysical seismological instruments such as 24-bit or 32-bit seismic digitizers recorders sensors and processing software for exploration geophysics and seismology. Our instruments are specialized for the oil and gas industry. We are a team with decades of collective experience in microseismicity monitoring applications. We have installed hundreds of instruments for several types of monitoring projects. Our technology has been applied in projects for Total ONGC PSG and IPGP as well for smaller brands like Landtech Seismotech Parsan Stream and Mannvit. We also have a great collaboration with many research institutes universities and individual customers. GeoSep Services LLC Booth 1628 Jim McMillan lab geoseps.com 509 W. Palouse River Dr. 102 Moscow Idaho 83843 Phone 208-596-6237 http geoseps.com GeoSep Services (GSS) is a small business dedicated to providing high-quality mineral separations and additional apatite and zircon analyses to support the international geological community with its geochronological and thermochronological needs. GeoSIG Ltd. Geochemical Society Booth 1408 Kevin Johnson kjohnson geochemsoc.org 5241 Broad Branch Road NW Washington DC 20015 Phone 202-545-6946 www.geochemsoc.org The Geochemical Society is a nonprofit scientific society founded to encourage the application of chemistry to the solution of geological and cosmological problems. Membership is international and diverse in background and includes 4000 scientists and students from around the world. The society promotes understanding of geochemistry through an annual conference publication of a peer-reviewed journal and electronic newsletter awards programs recognizing significant accomplishments in the field and student development programs. Booth 436 Oleg Razinkov orazinkov geosig.com Wiesenstrasse 39 CH-8952 Schlieren Switzerland Phone 41-448-102-150 Swiss manufacturer GeoSIG Ltd. provides earthquake seismic structural dynamic and static monitoring and measuring solutions. Since 1992 GeoSIG has supplied thousands of systems around the world. GeoSIG an ISO certified company is a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality precision instruments for vibration and earthquake monitoring. Geospace Technologies Geochron Booth 1521 Patrick Bolan Patrick geochron.com 1610 Red Soils Court Suite A Oregon City OR 97045 Phone 800-342-1661 www.geochron.com The Geochron is the world s only geographic world chronometer made in the U.S. since 1964. Mechanically displaying the Sun s Booth 1040 Tim Allmendinger tallmendinger oyogeospace.com 7007 Pinemont Drive Houston TX 77040 Phone 713-986-8695 http www.geospace.com Geospace Technologies sells and leases geophysical equipment. Specializing in low-frequency geophones data loggers shallow water and borehole sensors. Geospace Technologies has been in business for over 30 years supplying engineers and Earth scientists with the latest equipment. New GCX--geophone data logger battery and GPS all in one surface deployable container. Comes in 1-C and 3-C configurations. Come by the booth and check it out. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 85 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 1323 Bernd Weber info gempa.de Telegrafenberg 14473 Potsdam Potsdam 14473 Phone 49-331-288-1929 http www.gempa.de event horizon of light and darkness on Earth in real-time the moving map displays all 24 time zones the Sun s sub-solar position within the analemma and a dozen more terrestrial time indicators. Over the years Geochron has been featured in movie and TV productions like Salt The Hunt for Red October and NCIS and is currently installed in the Watch Room of the White House and in many fine homes all over the globe. The Smithsonian Institution called it the last significant contribution in (analog) timekeeping. Available in geopolitical topographical and HAM prefix maps. Geotech Insruments LLC Booth 1212 Martin Davis Martin.davis geoinstr.com 2418 Executive Drive Garland TX 75041 Phone 214-221-0000 EXHIBITOR PROFILES in scope and magnitude--at a time of unprecedented environmental change it addresses the strategic water security needs of Canada and 50% of the world s population. The three main goals are (1) provide disaster warning (2) diagnose and predict water futures and (3) manage water-related risks. GNS Science Rafter Radiocarbon Booth 1205 Mike Sim m.sim gns.cri.nz 30 Gracefield Road Lower Hutt 5010 New Zealand Phone 64-274-310-622 Description not available at press time. GHGSat Incorporated Booth 1538 Stephane Germain stephane.germain ghgsat.com 3981 St-Laurent Suite 500 Montreal QC H2W 1Y5 Canada Phone 514-432-0040 www.ghgsat.com GHGSat s mission is to become the global reference for remote sensing of greenhouse gas (GHG) and air quality gas (AQG) emissions from industrial sites using satellite technology. GHGSat s novel technology will enable GHG and AQG measurement with better accuracy at a fraction of the cost of comparable alternatives. Owners of industrial facilities will be able to monitor all of their facilities local or remote anywhere in the world with a common technology in near-real-time. Significantly improved emissions information will enable industries to better measure control and ultimately reduce emissions of GHGs and AQGs. GNS Science is the New Zealand government s Earth sciences research institute providing Earth geoscience and isotope research and consultancy services. We apply our scientific knowledge to create wealth protect the environment and improve the safety of people. Our Rafter Radiocarbon Lab has been providing services to clients worldwide for 60 years with a focus on the development and applications of radiocarbon particularly in areas of research interest such as atmospheric CO2 the modern carbon cycle global environmental change paleoclimate and paleohazard events. Along with our world-leading water-dating lab and our stable and cosmogenic isotope labs our focus is the quality of the result. We also make high-quality thin sections. Google Inc. GIGAmacro Booth 614 Gene Cooper gene gigamacro.com 455 Technology Way Napa CA 94558 Phone 707-319-9310 http www.gigamacro.com GIGAmacro produces automated systems for capturing managing annotating and sharing the world s most detailed macrophotographs. The GIGAmacro Magnify2 is designed for creating gigapixel (and now terapixel) sized high-resolution imagery of macroscopic and microscopic subjects. Our complete turnkey system provides the robotics optics camera software and computing power to create GIGAmacro images. GIGAmacro Magnify2 is a new way to use a simple digital camera to capture (many) thousands of individual photographs and software to combine them into single explorable gigapixel (and now terapixel) image. It combines the latest imaging advancements software hardware and online viewing technology into one system at an affordable price. Booth 929 Dusty Reid dustryr google.com 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Suite 41 Mountain View CA 94043 Phone 650-623-5655 www.google.com enterprise Google Earth Engine combines a multi-petabyte catalog of satellite imagery and geospatial data sets with planetary-scale analysis capabilities and makes it available for scientists researchers and developers to detect changes map trends and quantify differences on the Earth s surface. GSSI Booth 1041 Jami Harmon harmonj geophysical.com 40 Simon Street Nashua NH 03060 Phone 603-893-1109 www.geophysical.com Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI) is the world leader in the development manufacture and sale of ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment primarily for the concrete inspection utility mapping and locating road and bridge deck evaluation geophysics and archaeology markets. Our equipment is used all over the world to explore the subsurface of the Earth and to inspect infrastructure systems nondestructively. GSSI created the first commercial GPR system over 45 years ago and continues to provide the widest range and highest-quality GPR equipment available today. Global Institute for Water Security University of Saskatchewan Booth 1407 Phani Adapha phani.adapa usask.ca 11 Innovation Boulevard Saskatoon SK S7N 3H5 Canada Phone 306-966-6351 http www.usask.ca water The Global Institute for Water Security University Saskatchewan led by Dr. Howard Wheater Canada Excellence Research Chair in Water Security is a multidisciplinary research institute and leads the 143 M Canada First Research Excellence Fund program titled Global Water Futures which is the largest university-based water research program globally. The program will position Canada as a global leader in cold regions water science and is unprecedented 86 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Science Policy at Fall Meeting New Congress New Opportunity Monday 12 December One-on-One with an Attorney 8 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. Moscone South Meeting Place South Bridge Build Out 1 Tuesday 13 December One-on-One with an Attorney 8 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. Moscone South Meeting Place South Bridge Build Out 1 How to be a Mass Media or Congressional Science Fellow 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Marriott Marquis Golden Gate B Science Policy Networking Lounge 12 00 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Moscone West Room 2001A Thursday 15 December One-on-One with an Attorney 8 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. Moscone South Meeting Place South Bridge Build Out 1 Wednesday 14 December One-on-One with an Attorney 8 00 A.M. 3 00 P.M. Moscone South Meeting Place South Bridge Build Out 1 AGU - CSLDF Legal Symposium 8 00 A.M. 1 00 P.M. Marriott Marquis Salon 2 Science Policy 201 Advocacy in Action Science Policy 101 A Field Guide to Congress 12 30 P.M. 1 30 P.M. Moscone North Room 123-124 11 30 A.M. 12 30 P.M. Moscone West Room 2001A Schedule Your One-on-One with an Attorney These brief 30-minute consultations provide an opportunity to ask any legal questions regarding your scientific work. Email lawyer climatesciencedefensefund.org to set your appointment. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 87 Guralp Systems Ltd. EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 544 Emma Seymour eseymour guralp.com 3 Midas House Calleva Park Aldermaston Berkshire RG7 8EA UK Phone 44-118-981-9056 www.guralp.com G ralp has been designing and manufacturing revolutionary force-feedback broadband seismic instrumentation for more than 30 years. Our sensors are used worldwide by academic public governmental and private organizations to understand and explore our world. Our digital and analog instruments measure seismic signals of all kinds from teleseismic events occurring on the other side of the planet to local strong motion earthquakes to induced microseismic events. We engineer this precision technology into advanced casings that can be deployed in the harshest of environments from the Antarctic ice sheet to bore holes hundreds of meters deep to the world s most active volcanoes and deepest ocean trenches. and the Arctic to International Standards laboratories. ( 6 microgal year reported.) Huazhong University of Science and Technology Booth 1541 Qin Xuan qinxuan mail.hust.edu.cn Luoyu Road 1037 Wuhan China Phone 86-27-87542391 Description not available at press time. HuksefluxUSA Inc. GWR Instruments Inc. Booth 839 Robert Dolce rdolce huksefluxusa.com PO Box 850 Manorville NY 11949 Phone 631-251-6963 www.huksefluxusa.com Hukseflux is leading manufacturer of thermopile-type solar radiometers for terrestrial solar far infrared soil thermal properties and soil temperature measurement. Our radiometer line includes Second Class First Class Secondary Standard pyranometers and high-performance First Class pyrheliometers for normal incidence direct solar irradiance measurement. Our latest SR30 digital Secondary Standard pyranometer with internal low-power ventilation delivers maximum performance and data availability ideally suited for unattended remote measurement applications Additional products on display for AGU 2016 include our four-component NR01 net radiometer NR02 low-cost net radiometer HFP01 and HFP01SC self-calibrating heat flux sensor models. Booth 612 Richard Reineman reineman gwinstruments.com 5985 Pacific Center Boulevard Suite 202 San Diego CA 92121 Phone 858-452-7655 iGrav Superconducting Gravimeter and remote field enclosures Zero Drift no liquid helium requirements ever Stable calibration factor low noise approaching NLNM broad frequency response and self-leveling. Real-time gravity. iGrav s are in use in many environments worldwide from deserts jungles volcanoes mountains Be a Science Expert on the Hill Be a Science Expert in a Newsroom OR Congressional Science Fellowship Work on Capitol Hill for one year. Application Deadline 1 February 2017 Mass Media Fellowship Spend your summer working as a science reporter. Application Deadline 15 January 2017 Apply Now sciencepolicy.agu.org congressional_fellows 88 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Apply Now mmf.agu.org Hydroinnova LLC Booth 1615 Description not available at press time. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA) Booth 244 Andrew Goodwillie andrewg ldeo.columbia.edu 61 Route 9W Palisades NY 10964 Phone 845-365-8484 http www.iedadata.org HySpex Norsk Elektro Optikk AS Booth 1332 Hallvard Olsen Skjerping hallvard neo.no Prost Stabels Vei 22 Skedsmokorset - 2019 Norway Phone 47-679-111-87 http www.hyspex.no Norsk Elektro Optikk AS (NEO) was established in 1985 as a privately owned research-oriented company within the field of electro-optics. NEO has grown to be the largest independent research and development organization in electro-optics in Norway. HySpex NEO s line of hyperspectral cameras cover the spectral range from 400 to 2500 nm. HySpex are compact high performance and versatile instruments providing scientific-grade data for a multitude of applications ranging from airborne (manned and unmanned) to laboratory and industrial use of imaging spectroscopy. IEDA is an NSF-funded community data facility for solid-earth sciences. IEDA a multi-institutional partnership includes the Marine Geoscience Data System Academic Seismic Portal EarthChem Library and Portal PetDB SedDB Geochron Library of Experimental Phase Relations System for Earth Sample Registration US Antarctic Program Data Center GeoMapApp GMRT and the GeoPRISMS portal. The booth will feature demonstrations of compliance sample registration and collection management data search and visualization. InterMet Systems IKON Mining & Exploration Booth 1011 Mary Fong Walker ikonmining gmail.com P.O. Box 2620 Fallbrook CA 92088 Phone 760-723-3484 IKON Mining is a purveyor of Fine Mineral & Fossil specimens as well as Meteorites Artifacts and handcrafted Jewelry. IKON has been providing Nature-related gifts to geoscientists for nearly 40 years. We also specialize in specimen recovery programs as well as Executive Gifts. Come to our booth for gifts for the kids as well as the discriminating connoisseur. Booth 1236 Fred Clowney fclowney intermetsystems.com 3854 Broadmoor Avenue SE Suite 107 Grand Rapids MI 49512 Phone 616-285-7810 http intermetsystems.com InterMet is the leading U.S. supplier of atmospheric sensors for the educational and research communities. Since 1997 InterMet has offered radiosondes and atmospheric sounding systems at affordable prices--with first-class customer service. InterMet is the pioneer in atmospheric sensors for low-cost UAV integration including the configurable iMet-XF for fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. The iMet-XQ is the first self-contained PTU sensor designed specifically for boundary layer soundings using quad- and octo-copters. For 2017 we will be introducing the iMet-miniGAS sensor package for UAV-based sampling of CO2 H2S SO2 and CH4. International Association for Mathematical Geology (IAMG) Booth 507 Ute Herzfeld Uch5678 gmail.com University of Colorado Boulder ECEE Boulder CO 80309-0574 Phone 303-492-9066 https www.iamg.org Institute of Atmospheric Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences Booth 344 Lizhi Wang wlz mail.iap.ac.cn No. 40 Huayan Li Beicehn West Road Beijing 100029 China Phone 86-108-299-5140 iap.cas.cn Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) has become a comprehensive atmospheric research-intensive institution in China comprising 11 research laboratories. IAP has been devoting great efforts to international collaboration and academic exchange. Various agreements and memorandums have been signed with universities and institutions in the U.S. European Union Great Britain Germany Norway Finland Australia Russia Republic of Korea Japan Thailand Pakistan etc. and many international cooperative programs are being implemented. IAP has been consistently dedicated to fostering an open free and active academic environment through the organization of various academic activities. You are welcome to be a member of IAP The aim of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences is to promote international cooperation in the application and use of mathematics in geological research and technology. To this end the activities of the IAMG include the organization of meetings of field excursions and of visits to centers of research and technology the issue of publications on the application of mathematics in the geological sciences cooperation with other organizations professionally concerned with applications of mathematics and statistics to the biological sciences earth sciences engineering environmental sciences and planetary science. The IAMG is especially supportive of student activities. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 89 EXHIBITOR PROFILES IOP Publishing EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 604 Lisa Searle Lisa.searle iop.org Temple Circus Temple Way Bristol BS1 6HG UK Phone 44-117-9297418 ioppublishing.org IOP Publishing provides publications through which leading-edge scientific research is distributed worldwide. Beyond our traditional journals program we make high-value scientific information easily accessible through an ever-evolving portfolio of books community websites magazines conference proceedings and a multitude of electronic services. Visit our booth at AGU to find out what we can offer you. represents the next generation of NGMS with high resolution multicollection and high sensitivity. We also provide noble gas mass spectrometry upgrade equipment. Come visit us at Booth 1137 to discuss your mass spectrometry needs. ISTI--Instrumental Software Technologies Inc. Booth 1115 Sid Hellman s.hellman isti.com 77 Van Dam Street Suite 9 Saratoga Springs NY 12866 Phone 518-602-0001 http www.isti.com IRIS Consortium Booth 423 Perle Dorr dorr iris.edu 1200 New York Avenue NW Suite 400 Washington DC 20005 Phone 202-682-2220 The IRIS Consortium is a world leader in advancing discovery research and education in seismology to understand our planet and to benefit society. The Consortium its members and affiliates facilitate investigations of seismic sources and Earth properties using seismic and other geophysical methods promote exchange of seismic and other geophysical data and knowledge through the use of standards for network operations and data formats and through pursuing policies of free and unrestricted data access and foster cooperation among IRIS members affiliates and other organizations to advance seismological research and education expand the diversity of the geoscience workforce and improve Earth science literacy in the general public. Instrumental Software Technologies Inc. is a commercial open source software development company that specializes in writing custom software for the geophysical research community. Coding for academic government and industrial clients under Linux Unix and MS-Windows ISTI brings the reliability and support of commercial software to the open source world of research. JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology Booth 316 Issa Kagaya kagaya jamstec.go.jp 2-15 Natsushma-cho Yokosuka 237-0061 Japan Phone 81-46-866-3811 http www.jamstec.go.jp e The Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) is a general research institute for ocean science and technology in Japan that contributes to resolving various problems crucial to the survival of humanity based on results obtained by fundamental ocean researches and technological development and elucidating the global system centered on the ocean. Iris Instruments Booth 1140 Jean Bernard iris iris-instruments.com 1 Avenue Buffon F-45060-Orleans France Phone 33-238-638-100 The IRIS Consortium is a world leader in advancing discovery research and education in seismology to understand our planet and to benefit society. The Consortium its members and affiliates facilitate investigations of seismic sources and Earth properties using seismic and other geophysical methods promote exchange of seismic and other geophysical data and knowledge through the use of standards for network operations and data formats and through pursuing policies of free and unrestricted data access and foster cooperation among IRIS members affiliates and other organizations to advance seismological research and education expand the diversity of the geoscience workforce and improve Earth science literacy in the general public. Japan Geoscience Union Booth 329 Kayoko Shirai office jpgu.org 4F Gakkai Center Building 2-4-16 Yayoi Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-0032 Phone 81-369-142-080 The Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) with 50 society members and more than 9 500 individual members is a multidisciplinary geoscience organization based in Japan in all fields related to Earth and Planetary science. JpGU will hold an annual meeting in collaboration with AGU at Makuhari Messe in Makuhari Chiba Japan for the period 20-25 May 2017.JpGU also publishes open access e-journal Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (PEPS). Jewell Instruments LLC Isotopx Inc. Booth 1137 Jeremy Inglis Jeremy.inglis isotopx.com 514 Gibbon Drive Chapel Hill NC 27516 Phone 508-337-8467 Isotopx is the premier supplier of TIMS and noble gas mass spectrometry equipment. The Phoenix TIMS is the gold standard geochronometer while the NGX Noble Gas Mass Spectrometer Booth 1309 Brett Ferrell bferrell jewelinstruments.com 850 Perimeter Road Manchester NH 03103 Phone 603-669-6400 www.jewellinstruments.com Jewell Instruments is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of tilt and acceleration sensors as well as avionics components solenoids and panel meters. We provide custom solutions for a diverse group of industries including geophysical geotechnical industrial aerospace and many more. Our experienced 90 2016 AGU FALL MEETING engineering team works with customers to produce high-quality reliable products that meet or exceed all customer requirements. Kipp & Zonen Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Booth 536 Margaret Simon Margaret.simon jhuapl.edu 11100 Johns Hopkins Road Laurel MD 20723 Phone 443-778-7150 The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) leads NASA missions and conducts significant grant-based research on planetary space and Earth science interests. APL has built and operated 69 spacecraft and instruments including New Horizons and its successful Pluto encounter in 2015 MESSENGER to Mercury the Van Allen Probes and several operational cubesats. APL is building Solar Probe Plus which will fly through the Sun s corona following its 2018 launch. Kinemetrics Inc. Kipp & Zonen provides class-leading instruments for measuring solar radiation and atmospheric properties in meteorology climatology hydrology industry renewable energy agriculture and public health. Kipp & Zonen is the specialist in the measurement of solar and sky radiation from the ultraviolet to the far infrared. We offer a complete range of high-quality instrumentation and accessories from reliable cost-effective products to the best performance available. Our pyranometers for example are used in meteorological networks around the world. Our mission is to satisfy the fundamental need to monitor atmospheric properties related to climate change classical meteorology agriculture renewable energy and the available water budget. Booth 823 Edelvays Spassov ens kmi.com 222 Vista Avenue Pasadena CA 91107 Phone 626-375-0164 www.kinemetrics.com Kinemetrics (KMI) is the world leader in innovative design quality manufacturing and timely supply of earthquake instruments systems and solutions where reliability flexibility and cost effectiveness are important. ISO 9001 2000 certified KMI has 46 years of experience providing seismologists and structural engineers with the highest standard implementations. Komodo Dragon Booth 1121 Marcia Strader komodo komododragon.com P.O. Box 1490 The Dalles OR 97058 Phone 541-478-2112 Komodo Dragon returns with a great selection of top-quality affordable fossils and minerals geological home d cor items educational Earth science kits and lab specimens. We also offer an outstanding collection of unique handcrafted jewelry featuring unusual gemstones set in sterling silver and gold. Provides Free Global Access to Research Presented at Fall Meeting Session Channels Include Climate Data & Emerging Technologies Earth Processes Extreme Events & Hazards Geohealth Planetary Discovery Science & Society Union Register or log in at AGUondemand.agu.org 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 91 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 833 Victor Cassella vc kippzonen.com 125 Wilbur Place Bohemia NY 11716 Phone 631-589-2065 www.kippzonen.com Kongsberg Underwater Technology Inc. Booth 1216 Rich Patterson Rich.patterson eagle.org 19210 33rd Avenue West Lynnwood WA 98036-4749 Phone 425-712-1107 www.km.kongsberg.com EXHIBITOR PROFILES software workflow core processing curation sample and data reuse age-depth modeling undergrad research and much more Don t miss the FREE Flyover Country mobile app for geoscience outreach research education citizen science and field trips Now with clouds fc.umn.edu Lake Central Air Services Inc. Booth 208 Simon Vinger simonv lakecentral.com 1016 Sabre Lane Gravenhurst ON P1P 1R1 Canada Phone 416-320-0659 www.lakecentral.com World-leading supplier of advanced underwater acoustic systems subsea systems instrumentation for ocean research homeland security and the offshore oil and gas industry. We offer echosounders (12 to 400 kHz) positioning systems motion reference sensors underwater cameras HUGIN REMUS and Seaglider AUV s. LacCore CSDCO Booth 305 Amy Myrbo amybo umn.edu 500 Pillsbury Drive SE Minneapolis MN 55455 Phone 612-626-7889 http laccore.org LacCore and the Continental Scientific Drilling Coordination Office joint NSF funded facility at the University of Minnesota supporting all of the multitude of activities of the continental coring and drilling community worldwide. Stop by and discuss your project at any stage of development We offer extensive training and support for logistics field work (including coring equipment rental and sales) shipping regulations budgeting broader impacts outreach Lake Central Air Services Inc. (LCAS) is the world s leading modification and integration partner for the airborne geophysical survey industry. LCAS is widely known for their successful history of designing installing and certifying aircraft modifications including externally-mounted research equipment interfaces. Through the years LCAS has become an industry leader in special-purpose installations of atmospheric monitoring and geophysical survey modifications. LCAS currently holds TCAA FAA EASA ANAC DGCA DCA IAC ECAA and CAA Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for modifications covering more than 90 different types of aircraft and helicopter makes and models. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Booth 705 Maryann Villavert mvillavert lbl.gov 1 Cyclotron Road MS 74R316C Berkeley CA 94720 Phone 510-486-7357 http eesa.lbl.gov Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory s (LBNL) Earth and Environmental Sciences Area is tackling some of the most pressing environmental and energy challenges of the 21st century in order to enable sustainable stewardship and judicious use of the Earth s subsurface energy resources. The Area vision is to lead the nation in solving complex environment and energy challenges that require the breadth of expertise of integrated teams offered by the Climate and Ecosystem Sciences and the Energy Geosciences Divisions. Learn more about our diverse expertise opportunities to collaborate and technologies that make up our research portfolio. Meet a scientist Find out about internship opportunities Connect and network with colleagues from throughout LBNL Enjoy AGU in San Francisco LI-COR Biosciences Booth 711 Gloria Lekai Gloria.lekai licor.com 4647 Superior Street Lincoln NE 68504-0425 Phone 402-467-0742 www.licor.com env Visit LI-COR s booth to see the latest instrumentation for environmental research including the LI-8100A Automated Soil Gas Flux System complete Eddy Covariance systems and the exciting new LI-6800 Portable Photosynthesis System. LI-COR will demonstrate solutions for interfacing trace gas analyzers into the LI-8100A System to collect data which can then be processed using SoilFluxProTM Software to compute fluxes of these additional gases. LI-COR will also preview their complete Eddy Covariance solutions from analyzers to communications and the new FluxSuiteTM Software a Web-based service for managing and monitoring eddy covariance flux stations remotely from any Web-enabled device. 92 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Los Alamos National Laboratory Booth 210 Carl Gable gable lanl.gov Bikini Atoll Road SM30 MSD446 Los Alamos NM 87445 Phone 505-667-4257 MARUM University of Bremen Booth 1232 Ulrike Prange uprange marum.de Leo Bener Strause Bremen Germany 28359 Phone 49-421-218-6554-0 Earth and environmental sciences we provide solutions to complex problems in climate and environmental change sustainable energy and national security. Los Gatos Research Booth 605 Alan Chan Alan.chan us.abb.com 3055 Orchard Drive San Jose CA 95134 Phone 408-770-8962 LGR manufactures and sells high performance analyzers for measuring trace gases and isotopes anywhere - on planes underwater while you drive or in the laboratory. Our analyzers address a growing variety of applications ranging from natural gas leak detection and mapping nitrate ammonia and nitrogen-source monitoring isotopic ratios in ALL major greenhouse gases (CO2 CH4 N2O H2O) liquid water isotope ratios dissolved gases in rivers lakes etc. See our new battery-powered microportable product line for monitoring CH4 and CO2 while you walk. Looking forward to seeing you again MARUM--Center for Marine Environmental Sciences aims at understanding the role of the oceans in the Earth s system by employing state-of-the-art methods. It examines the significance of the oceans within the framework of global change quantifies interactions between the marine geosphere and biosphere and provides information for sustainable use of the ocean. MARUM comprises the DFG research center and the cluster of excellence The Ocean in the Earth System. Math2Market GmbH Booth 1505 Barbara Planas travel math2market.de Huberstrasse 7 D-67657 Kaiserslautern Germany Phone 4963120560514 http www.math2market.de Math2Market provides clients with the best and most profitable solution for rock property simulation. We develop the software GeoDict and provide a complete solution comprising software support user training and software customization. The digital rock physics (DRP) suite of GeoDict is built for the specific needs of the E&P sector. Including imaging capabilities GeoDict enables performing the entire DRP workflow in-house as an alternative to service providers solutions. GeoDict comprises a broad range of DRP parameters calculation and tools for workflow automation. With its unmatched fast runtimes and low hardware requirements GeoDict is designed to bridge the gap between hand-made and automated generation of DRP data. Lowell Instruments LLC Booth 1346 Nick Lowell nick lowellinstruments.com 33 Cameron Road North Falmouth MA 02556 Phone 508-444-2616 www.lowellinstruments.com Lowell Instruments LLC designs and manufactures advanced data loggers software and instrumentation for the international scientific and engineering community. Lowell Instruments first major product was an orientation data logger that was developed for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Lowell Instruments now offers a complete line of tilt current meters and orientation data loggers that are used in a wide variety of freshwater and marine environments worldwide. Lowell Instruments TCMs have become the de facto standard for tilt current meters with unsurpassed battery life and memory. Please come by our booth to see the latest products and to discuss your application. MathWorks Booth 1417 Jennifer Rose Jennifer.rose mathworks.com 3 Apple Hill Drive Natick MA 01760 Phone 508-647-7000 www.mathworks.com The MATLAB and Simulink product families are fundamental applied math and computational tools at the world s educational institutions. Adopted by more than 5000 universities and colleges MathWorks products accelerate the pace of learning teaching and research in engineering and science. MathWorks products also help prepare students for careers in industry worldwide where the tools are widely used for data analysis mathematical modeling and algorithm development in collaborative research and new product development. Application areas include data analytics mechatronics communication systems image processing computational finance and computational biology. Mala Geoscience USA Inc. Booth 1238 Phillip Oviatt phil.oviatt malags.com 465 Deanna Lane Charleston SC 29492 Phone 843-852-5021 http www.malags.com Through our world-leading brands of geophysical equipment ABEM and MAL and our partner companies we offer best-in-class integrated end-to-end solutions to challenges worldwide. With a truly global footprint we draw on extensive experience since 1923 of innovative field-tested and trusted solutions including TEM GPR Resistivity and Seismics. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 93 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Max Planck Institute for Chemistry Mainz Booth 1530 Baerbel Sarbas b.sarbas mpic.de Hahn-Meitner-Weg 1 Mainz Germany Phone 49-613-130-5680-14 georoc.mpch-mainz.gwdg.de georoc EXHIBITOR PROFILES 1.687) Minerals (launched in 2011 Impact Factor 1.5) Remote Sensing (launched in 2009 Impact Factor 3.036) and Sustainability (launched in 2009 Impact Factor 1.343). With over 70 000 published papers within the past two decades MDPI has become a pioneer in the academic open access publishing industry. All our content is open access distributed under a Creative Commons License. MDPI is a member of COPE STM and OASPA. Met One Instruments Climatronics Booth 1038 Joann Pottberg joann metone.com 1600 NW Washington Grants Pass OR 97526 Phone 541-471-7111 http www.metone.com The database Geochemistry of Rocks of the Oceans and Continents (GEOROC) is maintained by the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz. The database is a comprehensive collection of published analyses of volcanic rocks and mantle xenoliths. It contains major and trace element concentrations radiogenic and nonradiogenic isotope ratios as well as analytical ages for whole rocks glasses minerals and inclusions. Samples come from 11 different geological settings. Metadata include among others geographic location with latitude and longitude rock class and rock type alteration grade analytical method laboratory reference materials and references. Currently GEOROC contains data from 14 600 papers for about 443 000 samples. MDPI AG Booth 1147 Lucy Lu Lucy.lu mdpi.com St. Alban-Anlage 66 Basel Switzerland Phone 86 10 8152 1170 www.mdpi.com journal atmosphere MDPI is an academic open access publisher of peer-reviewed journals established in 1996 and based in Basel Switzerland. MDPI publishes over 160 diverse peer-reviewed scientific open access electronic journals including Atmosphere (launched in 2010 Impact Factor 1.221) Water (launched in 2009 Impact Factor Met One Instruments Inc. is an expanding company that provides solutions to the environmental monitoring market. Our expertise includes meteorological sensors and systems particulate monitoring data logging and software solutions. Utilizing modern technology innovative design and years of experience we satisfy the needs of our customers for ambient and indoor monitoring. METER Booth 721 Sandra Kopczynski Sandra decagon.com 2365 NE Hopkins Court Pullman WA 99163 Phone 509-332-2756 http www.metergroup.com After many years of collaboration Decagon and UMS have formalized their relationship by merging. In doing so we have adopted Join 500 Fall Meeting attendees and take to the streets on Wednesday 14 December for the annual 5K Fun Run Walk. A portion of each entry fee supports AGU Bright STaRS. SponsoredExclusivelyby Register online or at the Fun Run booth in Moscone West fallmeeting.agu.org 94 2016 AGU FALL MEETING METER Demo Suite 2 Sandra Kopczynski Sandra decagon.com 2365 NE Hopkins Court Pullman WA 99163 Phone 509-332-2756 http www.metergroup.com After many years of collaboration Decagon and UMS have formalized their relationship by merging. In doing so we have adopted a new name. We are excited to present our new company METER at the 2016 AGU meeting. METER Environment combines scientific and engineering expertise to create systems for measuring water along the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. This year we are presenting several new products including an all-in-one weather station solar-powered data logger with cell communication and an automated soil particle size analyzer. Please stop by our booth to see these and other new products. Micro-g LaCoste and Scintrex are the gravity specialists meeting all your gravity requirements for air land sea and borehole. We are pleased to introduce the Odin leveling platform. The Odin precisely controls tilt from settling and temperature changes with sub-arcsecond resolution to minimize any stabilization errors over long periods of monitoring. The FG5-X absolute gravimeter has an increased drop distance and reduced maintenance schedule. Our A10 absolute gravimeter makes portable absolute field measurements quick and easy. We now specialize in microgravity surveys either for surface or borehole. Will a gravity survey find what you are looking for Our gravity feasibility studies can tell you. Drop by the booth to learn more. Mineralogical Society of America Booth 1130 J. Alexander Speer jasper minsocam.org 3635 Concorde Parkway Suite 500 Chantilly VA 20151 Phone 703-652-9950 Metronome Systems LLC Booth 1047 Steven Glaser glaser metronomesystems.com 115 Woodside Road Berkeley CA 94708-1722 Phone 510-295-9521 http metronomesystems.com Metronome Systems builds the cyber-physical backbone for hardened wireless sensor networks designed for industrial and field deployments. The NeoMote wireless data acquisition controller is designed and built to be hardened and robust enough to withstand years in the rugged outdoors rated from -40 to 85 C. At a 75 A average power consumption the NeoMote uses an order less power than competitors. NeoMotes form a self-healing mesh of stations. Signal conditioning electronics are built into our 32-bit processor including analog filters PID controllers and 6 independent A Ds. Metronome Systems is deployed at the American River Hydrologic Observatory (arho. org) the Feather River Yosemite National Park and other sites around the world. Interested in mineralogy crystallography geochemistry petrology or natural materials Visit the Mineralogical Society of America (MSA) booth for membership and MSA programs information. On display and sale are volumes of the American Mineralogist monographs textbooks latest Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry series and publications of related societies. MIRICO Ltd. Booth 1536 Graham Leggett graham mirico.co.uk Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Harwell Oxford Oxfordshire OX11 0QX UK Phone 44 7715 676751 www.mirico.co.uk MIRICO was formed as a result of over 10 years of cutting-edge research and development at the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Space division. The company develops and manufactures products using mid-infrared light sources for high-performance gas analysis. MIRICO has developed innovative products using proprietary technologies for high-precision chemical analysis of gases. These platform instruments have applications in a variety of settings including atmospheric science industrial process analytics and emission monitoring. Micro Support Co. Ltd. Booth 1429 Akihito Tonosaki a.tonosaki microsupport.co.jp 1-3-19 Sikiji Suruga-ku Shizuoka-shi 422-8036 Japan Phone 81-054-269-5002 http www.microsupport.co.jp en Manufacturer of Axis Pro bench top micromanipulator with sub-micron precision of sample and probe positions. System may be used for particle inclusion isolation cutting samples scraping off a surface and FIB lift-out. Computer control of all motion allows for high repeatability of motion and the use of system in a glovebox if needed. We will also feature Collection Pro an Axis Pro system that includes an image recognition system for the automated separation of grains based on size color and or shape. Collection 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 95 EXHIBITOR PROFILES a new name. We are excited to present our new company METER at the 2016 AGU meeting. METER Environment combines scientific and engineering expertise to create systems for measuring water along the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. This year we are presenting several new products including an all-in-one weather station solar-powered data logger with cell communication and an automated soil particle size analyzer. Please stop by our booth to see these and other new products. Pro is ideally suited to the zircon research as well as other fields where grains need to be separate before analysis. Micro-g Lacoste Scintrex Booth 1220 Micki Allen mickiallen marac.com C O Marac Enterprises 146 Sparks Avenue Toronto ON M2H 2S4 Canada Phone 905-476-9118 Mount Sopris Instruments Booth 1224 Micki Allen mickiallen marac.com 4975 E. 41st Avenue Denver CO 80216 Phone 303-279-3211 www.mountsopris.com NASA Goddard Space Flight Center--Planetary Data System Booth 345 Tom Morgan Thomas.h.morgan nasa.gov Code 6901 Building 34 Room 164S Greenbelt MD 20771 Phone 301-286-0165 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Mount Sopris Instruments is a leading manufacturer of slimline borehole geophysical instruments. Come by our booth for a look at our new probes winches and WellCAD software. MUQUANS Booth 1441 Bruno Desruelle bruno.desruelle muquans.com Rue Francois Mitterrand F-33400 Talence France Phone 33-557-017-350 http www.muquans.com Muquans is the world s first company to design manufacture and commercialize quantum sensors based on cold atoms. We have developed a strong scientific and technological know-how to provide the Absolute Quantum Gravimeter and the Muclock a high-precision atomic clock dedicated to geodesy. Muquans is a French SME specialized in high-precision measurements with laser-cooled atoms. It is a spin-off from Institut d Optique and Observatoire de Paris (LNE-SYRTE) where the core of our products has been developed for more than 15 years. Since its foundation in 2011 Muquans has built a highly experienced team of 22 scientists engineers and business-oriented people who gather a deep expertise covering all technological domains involved. The Planetary Data System (PDS) archives electronic data products from NASA planetary missions--as well as some ground-based and laboratory data sets--sponsored by NASA s Science Mission Directorate. It actively manages the archive to maximize its usefulness. All PDS-curated products are stored in a well-defined format peer reviewed fully documented and available online to scientists and to the public. The PDS proudly partners here with the International Planetary Alliance a COSPAR chartered organization charted with encouraging space-faring nations to provide common standards and open web-based planetary data archives. National Academy of Sciences Engineering and Medicine Booth 934 Linh Huynh lhuynh nas.edu 500 Fifth Street Washington DC 20001 Phone 202-334-3674 nas.edu Nanometrics Booth 1223 Diana Martinez dianamartinez nanometrics.ca 250 Herzberg Road Kanata ON K2K 2A1 Phone 613-592-6776 Nanometrics is the global leader in complete turnkey seismic monitoring solutions. In addition to designing and manufacturing the best instrumentation in the world we offer managed equipment pools subscriber arrays network design and installation real-time processing and analyzing of data as well as end-to-end network management. The NRC Research Associateship Programs established in 1954 have supported the research of over 14 000 scientists and engineers. The goal of these programs is to provide advanced training and collaborative research opportunities for highly qualified graduate postdoctoral and visiting scientists while enhancing the research conducted in federal laboratories and affiliated institutions. A wide variety of research opportunities covering all fields of science and engineering are available at top research laboratories across the U.S. and in select foreign locations. These awards are open to U.S. citizens permanent residents and with some limitations foreign nationals. National Association of Geoscience Teachers NASA--National Aeronautics and Space Administration Booth 535 Winnie Humberson Winnie.h.humberson nasa.gov 300 E Street SW Washington DC 20546 Phone 301-614-5560 www.nasa.gov Booth 308 Krista Herbstrith kherbstr carleton.edu Care of Science Education Resource Center Carleton College 1 North College Street Northfield MN 55057 Phone 507-222-5634 www.nagt.org The National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) works to foster improvement in the teaching of the Earth sciences at all levels of formal and informal instruction to emphasize the cultural significance of the Earth sciences and to disseminate knowledge in this field to the general public. Stop by Booth 308 to learn more about our organization including membership benefits workshops professional development and teaching resources. Please join NASA in the exhibit hall where we will showcase a wide variety of interactive science presentations and cutting-edge technology and data demonstrations. The booth will feature two visual presentation platforms--the Hyperwall and Dynamic Planet--as well as several information stations and kiosks. Attendees are encouraged to explore the many flavors of NASA s activities including those related to Earth science planetary science and heliophysics. 96 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Mark Your Calendar for These Important AGU Meetings Dates Session Proposals Open February 2017 Abstract Submissions Accepted mid-June to early August 2017 JpGU AGU Joint Meeting 2017 20-25 May 2017 Makuhari Messe Chiba Japan Abstract Submissions Site Registration Opens 6 January 2017 Early Abstract Submission Deadline 3 February 2017 12pm JST Early Registration Deadline 8 May 2017 5pm JST 8 Portland Oregon Session Proposals Open early March 2017 Session Proposal Deadline 3 May 2017 Abstract Submissions Open mid-July 2017 Abstract Deadline 6 September 2017 Registration and housing will open in mid-September. Extreme Climate Event Impacts on Aquatic Biogeochemical Cycles and Fluxes 22-27 January 2017 San Juan Puerto Rico USA Submarine Volcanism New Approaches and Research Frontiers 29 January - 3 February 2017 Hobart Tasmania Australia Dayside Magnetosphere Interactions 10-14 July 2017 Chengdu Sichuan Province China Learn more at meetings.agu.org 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 97 98 2016 AGU FALL MEETING National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Booth 213 Barbara Jewett Barbara ncsa.illinois.edu 1205 W. Clark Street Urbana IL 61801 Phone 217-265-0748 http www.ncsa.illinois.edu of the U.S. government for issuing warnings. Over the long term NOAA is working with partners and the public to build a weather-ready climate-smart nation that is resilient to extreme events and long-term climate change. National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP) Booth 224 Barbara Bischof bbischof nopp.org 4100 N. Fairfax Drive Suite 800 Arlington VA 22203 Phone 703-284-8357 http www.nopp.org Blue Waters one of the world s most powerful supercomputers and the fastest at a university completes over 13 quadrillion calculations per second. National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) leads the Blue Waters project providing researchers the expertise to take full advantage of the system whether mapping the Arctic simulating the cosmos or studying earthquakes or severe storms. Ask us how you can get an allocation on this extraordinary machine for extraordinary research. The Blue Waters project also offers undergraduate internships and graduate fellowships. NCSA is located at the University of Illinois. Blue Waters is funded by the National Science Foundation. National Geographic Society Booth 1506 Matthew Piscitelli mpiscitelli ngs.org 1145 17th Street NW Washington DC 20036 Phone 202-862-5284 The National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP) is an innovative federal interagency collaboration that organizes coordinates and supports ocean science and technology research partnerships among federal state and tribal governments academia private industry and NGOs. Since its inception in 1997 the NOPP continues to successfully leverage federal resources and investments that encompass a broad range of topics including oceanographic research and exploration marine technologies resource management ecosystem surveying and monitoring and ocean education efforts. National Science Foundation Booth 405 Melissa Lane mlane nsf.gov 4201 Wilson Boulevard Arlington VA 22230 Phone 703-292-8500 https www.nsf.gov The National Geographic Society is a global nonprofit organization committed to exploring and protecting our planet. National Ocean Sciences AMS Facility Booth 925 Susan Handwork shandwork whoi.edu 266 Woods Hole Road Woods Hole MA 02543-1539 Phone 508-289-2469 Since 1991 the National Ocean Sciences AMS Facility (NOSAMS) has provided high-quality radiocarbon (14C) measurements in a wide variety of carbon-bearing materials for research in paleoceanography ocean circulation carbon cycling and climate change. Investigators with U.S. federal and academic research projects are eligible for rates subsidized by the National Science Foundation. Results are available within 3 4 weeks. Please visit Booth 925 for details regarding our extensive quality services and to inquire about opportunities for students and postdoctoral scientists to work with experienced NOSAMS staff and scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. GEO supports research spanning the atmospheric Earth ocean and polar sciences. Specifically GEO funded research advances the frontiers of knowledge and drives technological innovation while improving our understanding of the many processes that affect the global environment. These processes include the role of the atmosphere and oceans in climate the planetary water cycle and ocean acidification. Support is provided for interdisciplinary studies that contribute directly to national research priorities. Examples include understanding adapting to and mitigating the impacts of global change and understanding future availability of fresh water. National Snow and Ice Data Center Booth 746 Kara Gergely kara.gergely nsidc.org 1530 30th Street Boulder CO 80309 Phone 303-492-5849 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Booth 1105 Les Adams les.adams noaa.gov 177 Admiral Cochrane Drive Annapolis MD 21401 Phone 202-641-6055 http www.noaa.gov The National Snow and Ice Data Center manages and distributes snow ice glacier and frozen-ground data from Earth s cold regions. The center offers user support and data-access tools as well as the expertise of in-house cryospheric scientists. Come by and learn more about how we can help you. Natural Creations National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration s (NOAA) mission is to understand and predict changes in the Earth s environment from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the Sun and to conserve and manage our coastal and marine resources. Americans health security and economic well-being are closely linked to climate and weather. During life-threatening weather situations NOAA s National Weather Service is the sole official voice Booth 1245 Linda Bourassa lindonbourassa hotmail.com 24972 Sausalito Street LaGuna Hills CA 92653 Phone 954-683-3394 http www.rindasrocks.net We make mineral jewelry and specialize in opals and larimar. We also sell minerals and fossils. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 99 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Nature Publishing Group Booth 716 Antoinette Wessel a.wessel us.nature.com 75 Varick Street 9th Floor New York NY 10013 Phone 212-726-9636 http www.nature.com Ocean Networks Canada EXHIBITOR PROFILES Nature Research (formally Nature Publishing Group) incorporates a portfolio of high-quality products and services including journals online databases and researcher services which are dedicated to serving the scientific community. Nature Research is part of Springer Nature a leading global research educational and professional publisher. Booth 439 Lindsay Wallace Lindsay oceannetworks.ca University of Victoria P.O. BOX 1700 STN CSC Victoria BC V8W 2Y2 Canada Phone 250-472-5370 www.oceannetworks.ca Ocean Networks Canada an initiative of the University of Victoria operates world-leading cabled ocean observatories that supply continuous power and Internet connectivity to a broad suite of subsea instruments from coastal to deep-ocean environments. Data from these observatories and from ferries gliders and moorings fish tag receivers and coastal radar address pressing scientific and policy issues. Research priorities include ocean change developing forecasting and early warning systems for tsunamis earthquakes and storm surge deep-sea and Arctic ecosystem studies developing automated methods for analyzing ocean big data and establishing marine science programs in coastal communities to build resilience to ocean change. Nature s Own Booth 817 Roy Young roy naturesown.com 1215 Pearl Street Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-443-7625 Mineral and fossil specimens. Banded onyx bowls vases goblets coaster sets and wine chillers. Meteorites and meteorite jewelry. Gemstone earrings studs and pendants and necklaces. In Colorado please visit our stores at 1215 Pearl Street Mall in Boulder (303443-7625) and 5 E 1st St in Nederland (303-258-3557). Ocean Observatories Initiative NCAR--National Center for Atmospheric Research Booth 408 Susan Chavez chavez ucar.edu 3090 Centergreen Drive Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-497-8390 http ncar.ucar.edu Booth 245 Leslie Smith lsmith oceanleadership.org 1201 New York Avenue NW 4th Floor Washington DC 20005 Phone 202-787-1613 oceanobservatories.org The National Science Foundation funded Ocean Observatories Initiative is a networked observatory of science-driven sensors that measure physical chemical geological and biological variables of the ocean seafloor and near-ocean atmosphere in the North and South Atlantic and Pacific. Data are continuously collected and available free for download. NCAR is a federally funded research and development center devoted to service research and education in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR is to support enhance and extend the capabilities of the university community and the broader scientific community--nationally and internationally. The National Science Foundation is NCAR s primary sponsor with significant additional support provided by other U.S. government agencies other national governments and the private sector. Omnibond Booth 1329 Amy Cannon amycannon omnibond.com P.O. Box 793 Pendleton SC 29670 Phone 864-416-3827 http cloudycluster.com CloudyCluster is Omnibond s solution for creating and managing HPC and Big Data Clusters in your own Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. It provides a simple Web-based interface for mobile tablet and desktop devices to create and manage scalable HPC and Big Data Clusters in AWS bringing on-demand HPC to a new level of flexibility and portability. NSF Antarctic Antarctic Data Consortium Booth 322 Jonathan Pundsack pundsack umn.edu 310 Pillsbury Drive Minneapolis MN 55455 Phone 612-626-0505 http www.a2dc.org Onset The NSF Antarctic and Arctic Data Consortium (a2dc) is a collaboration of research centers and support organizations that provide polar scientists with data and tools to complete their research objectives. From searching historical weather observations to submitting geologic samples polar researchers utilize the a2dc to search and contribute to the wealth of polar scientific and geospatial data. Booth 1144 Jane Gasper Jane_gasper onsetcomp.com 470 McArthur Boulevard Bourne MA 02532 Phone 800-564-4377 www.onsetcomp.com Onset HOBO data loggers and weather stations are used around the world by field researchers and water managers to measure and record environmental conditions such as temperature humidity wind speed rainfall and soil moisture. Onset products provide reliable accurate data under tough environmental conditions and can be 100 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Research is meant to be shared. The Virtual Poster Showcase is a low-cost and high-value online poster presentation opportunity that allows students to share their research without having to travel to a conference. Students are guided through the essential peer-review process during which they learn to evaluate each other s research. No travel required Save time Free for citizens of countries designated by the World Bank as low or lower-middle income. Only 35 abstract fee for others. Achieve international recognition No AGU membership required Faculty Want to incorporate Virtual Poster Showcases into a capstone experience Email vps agu.org. View 2017 dates and sign up to be notified about future showcases virtualposter.agu.org 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 101 Thank you to our AGU authors and reviewers for your contributions to the 20 high-impact AGU journals and for your hard work in advancing scientific research in the Earth and space sciences. From the editors-in-chief and editors of AGU journals Ben van der Pluijm Earth s Future John A. Orcutt Earth and Space Science Thorsten Becker Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems Rita R. Colwell GeoHealth Noah Diffenbaugh Geophysical Research Letters Susan Trumbore Global Biogeochemical Cycles Robert Pincus Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems Minghua Zhang JGR Atmospheres Miguel Goni JGR Biogeosciences Bryn Hubbard JGR Earth Surface Peter G. Brewer JGR Oceans Steven A. Hauck JGR Planets Uri ten Brink JGR Solid Earth Michael Liemohn JGR Space Physics Ellen Thomas Paleoceanography Phil Wilkinson Radio Science Mark B. Moldwin Reviews of Geophysics Delores J. Knipp Space Weather John Geissman Tectonics Alberto Montanari Water Resources Research 102 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Ontash & Ermac Inc. Booth 1439 Frank Curatola frank ontash.com 876 Kinderkamack Road Suite 201 River Edge NJ 07661 Phone 201-265-2189 http www.ontash.com Ontash & Ermac Inc. (O&E) introduces OEM SIP Sonde Electronics PSIP Stimulus Switch Unit Stimulus Amplifier Unit and Full Switch Unit. The four are the newest members of O&E s SIP family of products joining the PSIP a multichannel high-end SIP tool for laboratory and in situ near surface SIP measurements. Visit us at Booth 1439 to see demonstrations of both products. O&E SIP development is performed in collaboration with the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (DEES) Rutgers University-Newark and aided by National Science Foundation Phase I IB II and IIB funding awards. Oxford University Press publishes some of the most respected and prestigious academic books and journals in the world including Computational Seismology by Heiner Igel Waves Particles and Storms in Geospace by Georgios Balasis et al. and Marine Geochemistry by Matthieu Roy-Barman and Catherine Jeandel. We are the proud publisher of high-quality journals in the Earth sciences including Geophysical Journal International Journal of Petrology and our new fully open-access title Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System. Visit us at Booth 1305 to browse our books with a special conference discount and to sign up for free journal alerts. Oyo Corporation OpenTopography NCALM Booth 513 Laura Murphy lamurphy uh.edu 5000 Gulf Freeway Building 4 Suite 216 Houston TX 77204 Phone 713-743-4467 OpenTopography and the National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) are data facilities funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation to assist researchers in the collection processing and online dissemination of lidar topography data. The facilities also support research and education centered around high-resolution topography. Booth 1039 7 Kanda-Mitoshiro-Cho Chiyoda-Ku Tokyo 101-8486 Japan Phone 81-3-5577-4936 http www.oyo.com Doctor to the Earth OYO Corporation is a manufacturer of advanced instruments for and a provider of quality services of geological geophysical and geotechnical engineering. Comprehensive range of geophysical products and solutions of OYO Group has been strongly supporting oil and gas mining engineering and environmental projects all over the world. Parrot OTT Hydromet Booth 1539 Christina Erickson cerikson frtradeshow.com 5600 Lindbergh Drive Loveland CO 80539 Phone 970-669-3050 www.ott.com OTT Hydromet a member of Hach Company helps water resource professionals generate reliable data throughout the entire water cycle. We go beyond simply providing solutions by partnering with our customers in designing effective answers to the challenges they encounter in their vital role of monitoring the world s water. Proudly formed from five separate companies (OTT Hydrolab ADCON Telemetry Sutron and Lufft) OTT Hydromet offers the combined strength and expertise of leaders in the water quality quantity and telemetry fields and over 140 years of experience in environmental measurement. Booth 1532 Gregory Crutsinger Gregory.crutsinger parrot.com 535 Mission Street Suite 2602 San Francisco CA 94105 Phone 360-927-2063 edu.parrot.com Almost overnight drones have significantly improved our ability to collect high-resolution geospatial data at repeated time intervals. Founded in 1994 by Henri Seydoux Parrot creates develops and markets advanced drone technology for consumers and professionals. Headquartered in Paris Parrot currently employs more than 900 people worldwide and generates the majority of its sales overseas. With the incredible growth in the drone industry Parrot and it s portfolio companies including SenseFly an Pix4D is positioning itself for continued leadership in the market. The Parrot Education program supports faculty graduate students technicians and undergraduate field assistants in their work. Picarro Inc. Booth 1005 Nabil Saad nsaad picarro.com 3105 Patrick Henry Drive Santa Clara CA 95054 Phone 408-962-3990 www.picarro.com Picarro is a leading provider of solutions to measure greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations trace gases and stable isotopes across many scientific applications. Our portfolio of gas analyzers and systems enables scientists around the world to measure GHGs 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 103 EXHIBITOR PROFILES rapidly deployed in a variety of field ecology and coastal research studies. Based on Cape Cod MA Onset has been designing and manufacturing its HOBO data loggers on site since the company s founding in 1981. Visit Onset on the web at http www.onsetcomp.com. Oxford University Press Booth 1305 Amy Hugo gab.exhibitions.us oup.com 198 Madison Avenue New York NY 10016 Phone 800-451-7556 www.oxfordjournals.org AGU recognizes and thanks our Organizational Partners for their generous support. This support helps AGU further develop and expand programs and opportunities for members. AGU s organizational partnership program develops relationships with organizations that align with AGU s values of unselfish cooperation in research and the highest standards of scientific integrity while maintaining AGU s reputation. These organizations share a vested interest in and commitment to advancing and communicating science and its power to ensure a sustainable future. As of October 2016 104 2016 AGU FALL MEETING PP Systems Booth 608 Michael Doyle md ppsystems.com 110 Haverhill Road Suite 301 Amesbury MA 01913 Phone 978-834-0505 Stop by and see our popular CIRAS-3 Portable Photosynthesis & Chlorophyll Fluorescence Measurement system. When you compare technical specification portability performance reliability and price you won t find a better system for high-level field research. For basic research we are pleased to offer the NEW TARGAS-1 Portable Photosynthesis System that is extremely easy to use and very affordable. Also check out our NEW EGM-5 Portable CO2 gas analyzer and soil CO2 efflux system. PP Systems is also the proud distributor for Hansatech Instruments Skye Instruments Gill Instruments and bbe Moldaenke. Your research partner for 30 years. Pufferfish Inc. are world leaders in the visual communication of global data. Renowned for our spherical interactive multi-touch display technology the PufferSphere we serve multinational corporations through to public and private institutions providing an intuitive display for the understanding of trends phenomena and correlations in global data. QPS Inc. Booth 623 Chris Malzone malzone qps-us.com 104 Congress Street Portsmouth NH 03801 Phone 603-431-1773 http www.qps-us.com QPS-US is the U.S. branch of The Netherlands based hydrographic software company Quality Positioning Services BV (QPS) founded in 1986. QPS focuses on the development of industry-leading hydrographic software products including QINSy Qimera and Fledermaus. QPS s technology draws from precise navigation and real-time collection and presentation of large volumes of navigation and sonar data that are essential for accurate nautical charting geologic interpretation and assessment of seabed habitats planning routes for pipelines and cables and similar applications. Princeton University Press Booth 1214 Melissa Burton Melissa_burton press.princeton.edu 41 William Street Princeton NJ 08540 Phone 609-258-4915 press.princeton.edu Princeton University Press publishes major trade textbook and professional titles in the Earth sciences. Stop by our booth to see new books by Tullis Onstott Oliver Morton William Newman and Pamela Matson. Other new and recent titles include Edward L. Robinson s Data Analysis for Scientists and Engineers Joanna Haigh and Peter Cargill s The Sun s Influence on Climate (newest in the Princeton Primers in Climate) Carl Wunsch s Modern Observational Physical Oceanography and David A. Randall s An Introduction to the Global Circulation of the Atmosphere. Also check out new editions of Gregory Paul s Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs David Archer s The Long Thaw and William F. Ruddiman s Plows Plagues and Petroleum. R.M. Young Company Booth 346 Bill Myers bmyers youngusa.com 2801 Aero Park Drive Traverse City MI 49686-9171 Phone 231-946-3980 http www.youngusa.com The R.M. Young Company is a U.S.-based manufacturer of high-quality Meteorological Instruments. Young instruments are used daily in the harshest environments on every continent and ocean. Young products include Ultrasonic and mechanical anemometers The ResponseONE all-in-one weather sensor Temperature and relative humidity sensors Radiation shields Barometric pressure sensors Sentry visibility sensor Precipitation sensors Weather displays Young s experience shows with advanced instrument designs to satisfy a wide range of applications including meteorology wind energy alpine weather forecasting air quality agriculture forestry oceanography harbors ships and workboats. PROTO Manufacturing Booth 1024 Kriss Leftwich kleftwich protoxrd.com 12350 Universal Drive Taylor MI 48180 Phone 734-946-0974 PROTO is a leading provider of portable and laboratory-based XRD systems. Our AXRD Benchtop system is a low-cost alternative for powder diffraction with the versatility traditionally associated with large XRD units. This compact easy-to-maintain system is ideal for phase identification quantitative analysis or structural analysis. The AXRD Benchtop will bring years of convenience and value for even the most demanding XRD investigation. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 105 EXHIBITOR PROFILES trace gases and stable isotopes found in the air we breathe water we drink and land we harvest. Picarro s industrial solutions range from mobile leak detection technology for utilities companies to trace gas analysis for semiconductor fabrication and pharmaceuticals isolators. Our patented Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) is at the heart of all Picarro instruments enabling the detection of target molecules at parts per billion or better resolution. Pufferfish Inc. Booth 1344 Kevin Lockwood Kevin pufferfishdisplays.com 14 Capella Court Ottawa ON K2E 7V6 Canada Phone 613-402-7372 pufferfishpro.com Networking and Career Events for Students Sharing Science Communication Clinic Monday 2 30 P.M. 3 45 P.M. Moscone West Room 2001A Student Mixer Monday 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Moscone North Exhibit Hall Back Right Corner Career Center & Student Lounge Sponsored by FM Global Recruitment Luncheon TICKETED EVENT Tuesday 11 30 A.M. 1 00 P.M. Moscone South Career Center Career Opportunities Networking Lunch Sponsored by Chevron and Swiss Re Monday Friday 9 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A C Poster Hall Career Advice Talks Monday Friday 9 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Career Center Pop-Up Talks Monday Tuesday 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone West Room 2001A Student Breakfast Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Salon 7 TICKETED EVENT Wednesday 12 30 P.M. 2 30 P.M. San Francisco Marriott Marquis Golden Gate C1 C3 Career Fairs Tuesday Thursday 10 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Moscone South Career Center Outstanding Student Paper Award Resource Center Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Moscone South Halls A C Poster Hall 106 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Real World Globes Geological Dry Erase globe of the world now available in 18 and 30 sizes. Also Jupiter and the Galilean moons Venus and three versions of Mars Albedo MOLA and the Antique Pecival Lowell 1905 version showing canals to save drying out planets. REK TEK Booth 629 Katie Li Katie_li trimble.com 10368 Westmoor Drive Westminster CO 80210 Phone 720-887-6100 www.trimble.com monitoring Trimble s portfolio of advanced sensor solutions application software and state-of-the-art recorders provide proven integrated tools for monitoring and Earth systems applications. The solutions allow organizations to monitor the integrity of a building dam mine bridge and other structures or natural hazards monitoring the seismic activity for a project and surrounding communities. Trimble s customizable and scalable monitoring solutions harness the power of GNSS optical seismic engineering and geotechnical sensors to provide in-depth measurement data analysis and management tools to help organizations meet a range of project requirements from periodic deformation measurements to real-time automated monitoring solutions. The rapid growth of developing economies and the fundamental needs of many disadvantaged people across the globe are resulting in an increased demand for many resources and changes in the delivery of existing ones. The need for focused environmental priorities and new technologies will add additional requirements and constraints. The International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences (CFES) the Canadian Institute of Mining Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) the Geological Association of Canada (GAC) and the Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC) are partnering to bring industry academia and governments together to tackle this growing issue. RIEGL USA Booth 1240 Susan Licari slicari rieglusa.com 7035 Grand National Drive Suite 100 Orlando FL 32819 Phone 407-248-9927 www.rieglusa.com index.html RIEGL USA delivers cutting-edge technology in airborne mobile terrestrial and the newest unmanned laser scanning solutions. From purchase to system integration as well as training and support RIEGL USA stands out as a leader in the industry. The key factor to RIEGL USA s success is providing complete reliability and support to our customers. RIEGL USA is recognized as the performance leader in the mobile mapping civil infrastructure airborne scanning hydrographic terrestrial based and unmanned industries. Our instruments are well known for ruggedness and reliability under demanding environmental conditions. RIEGL USA Building Systems Delivering Performance. Research in Germany (DFG) Booth 1129 Bettina Schuffert Bettina.schuffert dfg.de 1130 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 1200 Washington DC 20036 Phone 202-729-6350 http www.research-in-germany.org en about-us.html Research in Germany an initiative launched by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) showcases Germany s research achievements to the international community. Several funding organizations Clusters of Excellence and other outstanding research institutions will present research and funding opportunities. Rod Griffin Australian Opal Booth 647 Rod Griffin rodgriffinopals bigpond.com P.O. Box 718 Silverado CA 92676 Phone 714-393-1259 Research in Germany (DFG) Booth 1228 Bettina Schuffert Bettina.schuffert dfg.de 1130 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 1200 Washington DC 20036 Phone 202-729-6350 http www.research-in-germany.org en about-us.html Research in Germany an initiative launched by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) showcases Germany s research achievements to the international community. Several funding organizations Clusters of Excellence and other outstanding research institutions will present research and funding opportunities. Rod mines opals in Australia and sells the rough cut and jewelry in the United States. He also collects items of interest from around the world and has brought some interesting items to this year s Fall Meeting. San Lien Technology Corp. Booth 447 Reid Chen reid_chen sanlien.com 3F No. 190 Sec. 2 Zhongxing Road Xindian District New Taipei 231-46 Taiwan Phone 88-676-229-700 en.sanlien.com.tw 3000 Having been in the industry for 50 years San Lien has changed its role from a service provider to an instrument manufacturer. In 2006 San Lien worked with Prof. Yih-min Wu at National Taiwan University and began to develop the first low-cost earthquake early warning sensor P-alert. Until mid-2016 P-alert had been installed in 605 campuses and recorded valuable data during 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 107 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 942 Doug Rogers drogers realworldglobes.com 1227 N. Miller Park Court Visalia CA 93291 Phone 559-786-2128 http www.realworldglobes.com Resources for Future Generations (RFG) 2018 Booth 1544 Nadia Bakka nbakka cim.org 3500 de Maisonneuve West Suite 1250 Westmount QC H3Z 3C1 Canada Phone 514-939-2710 http rfg2018.org EXHIBITOR PROFILES the 0206 Southern Taiwan earthquake this February from which researchers were able to discover a lot of mysteries of the event. At 2016 AGU Fall Meeting we are proud to introduce our latest model of the P-alert family--P-alert Plus and VMS. Natural disasters are inevitable however San Lien wishes to continue providing professional systems and to help people avoid threats from disasters. School of Ocean and Science Tongji University Booth 1630 Xixi Shen 711shenxixi tongji.edu.cn 1239 Siping Road Shanghai 200092 China Phone 86-216-598-1613 Sandia National Lab Booth 1330 Moo Lee mylee sandia.gov Albuquerque NM 87123 Phone 505-844-8813 http www.sandia.gov Sandia National Laboratories is operated and managed by Sandia Corporation a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation. Sandia Corporation operates Sandia National Laboratories as a contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and supports numerous federal state and local government agencies companies and organizations. A strong science technology and engineering foundation enables Sandia s mission through a capable research staff working at the forefront of innovation collaborative research with universities and companies and discretionary research projects with significant potential impact. The School of Ocean and Earth Science of Tongji University currently has 280 undergraduates 310 master and doctoral students and 90 faculty members with three bachelor degree programs of geology geophysics and marine resource exploration and exploitation technology two first-level doctoral degree programs of marine science and geophysics and two postdoc stations of marine science and geophysics. It earns the support of 211 national projects as well as the 985 projects from the Ministry of Education and in 2005 the State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology was established. SciAps Inc Booth 606 Kyle Meahl kmeahl sciaps.com 2 Constitution Way Woburn MA 01801 Phone 339-927-9455 SciAps Inc. is a Boston-based portable analytical instrumentation company and innovation leader in the field of hand-held LIBS XRF and Raman for geological applications. SciAps offers a complete toolbox for field geologists researchers and industry alike. SciAps is excited to present the new Z300 hand-held LIBS analyzer and X300 field portable XRF at 2016 AGU Fall Meeting. The Z300 offers broadband LIBS with class-leading spectral range of 190 950 nm and unique features such as elemental mapping using our GeoChem Pro app. We are dedicated to inventing engineering providing and servicing field-hardened portable instruments to measure any compound any mineral any element--anyplace on the planet. Come visit us at Booth 660 to learn more Savillex Corporation Booth 646 Tracy Parker tparker savillex.com 10321 West 70th Street Eden Prairie MN 55344 Phone 952-935-4100 Savillex Corporation manufactures PFA labware products used for sample collection analysis and storage. Providing a wide range of PFA products including the DST Acid Purification Systems Vial Cleaning System and PurillexTM PFA bottles we have solutions to fit all your labware needs. Savillex also offers a complete line of PFA Sample Introduction Systems for ICP-OES and ICP-MS. Science Is Never Settled Booth 335 Peter Ward peward wyoming.com P.O. Box 4875 Jackson WY 83001 Phone 307-733-3664 ScienceIsNeverSettled.org Schmidt Ocean Institute Booth 223 Carlie Wiener cweiner schmidtocean.org 555 Bryant Street 374 Palo Alto CA 94301 Phone 202-969-4675 Advanced operational informational and technical support is essential to the success of ocean science. Schmidt Ocean Institute was established as a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit operating foundation in 2009 to raise the standards of critical seagoing research infrastructure and provide more ocean access to scientists and engineers. Schmidt Ocean Institute seeks to work with the best innovators to accelerate the pace of ocean science aboard its global research platform R V Falkor. We believe that the latest technology is best shared and our research expeditions return unprecedented amounts of open-access data. Science Is Never Settled is a nonprofit organization incorporated in the State of Wyoming whose purpose is to educate the public about how science is done how science can improve public safety with respect to natural hazards and how science is needed to illuminate public policy issues in an increasingly technological world. Our primary focus is on the causes and effects of climate change and other natural hazards. We seek to reach the public with the help of public relations organizations via radio television print media websites social media press releases wire releases and similar venues. Scientific Aviation Inc. Booth 804 Steve Conley sconley scientificaviation.com Boulder CO 80301 Phone 916-217-1107 http www.ScientificAviation.com Scientific Aviation operates two fixed-wing single-engine certified aircraft that have been modified for atmospheric research. Using on-board measurements of wind and a variety of trace gases 108 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 109 EXHIBITOR PROFILES these aircraft are capable of measuring trace gas emissions from a variety of sources. 1200 watts of on-board power 300 pounds of instrument payload and up to 7 hours of flight time make these aircraft extremely versatile and capable of a wide range of research projects. The first measurements of the Aliso Canyon blowout were conducted by Scientific Aviation. Seismo Wave Scientific Lightning Solutions LLC Booth 1537 Carlos Mata c.mata sls-us.com 1417 Chaffee Drive Titusville FL 32780 Phone 321-607-6382 www.sls-us.com Booth 1422 Nathalie Olivier marketing seismowave.com Route de Treguier Rospez F-22300 Lannion France Phone 02-96-46-16-11 seismowave.com Seismo Wave is a French provider specializing in seismological and infrasound instrumentation. Based in Brittany it supplies all over the world microbarometers (MB3) and seismic sensors software and accessories. The scope of activity covers seismology volcanology climatology natural transitory phenomena (such as tornadoes volcanic explosions earthquakes bolides etc.) as well as artificial phenomena (such as nuclear explosions wind turbine quarry blasts etc.). The MB3 Microbarometer designed in collaboration with CEA is the successor of MB2005. High-resolution sensor with remote calibration capability it detects infrasonic waves up to 40 Hz. The seismic sensors CPZM500 CPHM500 CPZ90 are reliable and robust. Scientific Lightning Solutions (SLS) has unmatched talent from the scientific engineering and lightning protection industries. In addition to proven experience solving many of the most complex lightning protection challenges SLS has access to the world s only live lightning test facility proprietary analysis and design software and exclusive fast-data acquisition and monitoring technologies and equipment. SLS has a new line of products in the areas of lightning location and lightning detection with unprecedented accuracy and detection efficiency. The prototype system which has been operating for about 4 years now is being used to validate the accuracy and detection efficiency of commercial lightning location detection networks. Our reach is nationwide and global. Seismological Society of America Booth 222 Nan Broadbent nbroadbent seismosoc.org 400 Evelyn Avenue Suite 201 Albany CA 94706 Phone 510-559-1784 Scripps Institution of Oceanography UCSD Booth 1328 Donna Shabkie dshabkie ucsd.edu 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla CA 92093 Phone 858-822-0723 scripps.ucsd.edu First organized during the aftershocks of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake Seismological Society of America (SSA) is the premier forum for assembling exchanging and sharing of knowledge essential for an earthquake-aware world. An international organization SSA publishes the world s leading seismology journals--Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America and Seismological Research Letters. Sensors & Software Inc. For more than 113 years Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego has been the world leader in ocean Earth and climate sciences. Today Scripps has hundreds of research projects covering a wide range of scientific areas under way in more than 60 nations on every continent and in every ocean. Sea-Bird Scientific Booth 622 Greg Johnston jstarrett sensoft.ca 1040 Stacey Court Mississauga ON L4W 2X8 Canada Phone 905-624-8909 www.sensoft.ca Sensors & Software delivers subsurface imaging solutions to customers worldwide. Understanding what lies beneath the surface of materials like soil rock rubble pavement concrete water ice and snow opens endless possibilities. The combination of our diverse expertise years of experience world-leading products and responsive services enables delivery of practical and effective solutions that meet the needs of our customers and empowers informed decision making Booth 1209 Payal Parikh pparikh seabird.com 13431 NE 20th Street Bellevue WA 98005 Phone 425-643-9866 www.sea-birdscientific.com Sea-Bird Scientific combines the capabilities of Sea-Bird Electronics WET Labs and Satlantic to provide best-of-class sensors and systems for oceanographic research and environmental water quality monitoring of physical and biogeochemical properties. For over 40 years Sea-Bird Scientific has developed award-winning technologies and CTDs that are the centerpiece of most oceanographic moorings AUVs and profiling systems. The global Argo Array with unprecedented accuracy and stability in temperature and salinity has enabled scientists to detect ocean climate trends not previously possible. Sea-Bird also provides sensors to the NSF-funded SOCCOM program to produce climate-quality data record for carbon cycling. SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology Booth 1132 Howard Harper hharper prismb2b.com 4111 S. Darlington Suite 100 Tulsa OK 74135 Phone 918-610-3361 SEPM is dedicated to the dissemination of scientific information on sedimentology stratigraphy paleontology marine geology hydrogeology and many related specialties. The Society supports members by publication of two major scientific journals Journal of Sedimentary Research (JSR) and PALAIOS in addition to producing technical conferences short courses and Special Publications. 110 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Septentrio SerCon Limited As selected preferred vendor to UNAVCO for GNSS reference receivers Septentrio s PolaRx family of GNSS receivers cover a wide variety of applications. Their unique design provides measurements with the lowest noise and cycle slip rate on the market while continuously monitoring and protecting against interference multipath and other environmental effects. PolaRx incorporates Advanced Interference Mitigation (AIM ) technology that counteracts the worse effects of interference. AIM allows users to obtain accurate and reliable GNSS positioning even in times of extreme radio interference and elevated ionospheric activity. Booth 1141 Laura Welsh Laura.welsh sercongroup.com Crewe Trade Park Unit 3B Crewe CHE UK Phone 44-127-058-0008 www.sercongroup.com Sercon are dedicated to the design manufacture and support of isotope ratio mass spectrometers and their associated sample preparation systems. We supply consumables of the highest quality for all isotope ratio monitoring mass spectrometers and elemental analyzers. Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometers Consumables Isotopically Labeled Compounds 18O Enriched Water Support Sequoia Scientific Inc. Booth 444 Chuck Pottsmith cpottsmith sequoiasci.com 2700 Richards Road Suite 107 Bellevue WA 98005 Phone 425-641-0944 http www.SequoiaSci.com Sequoia Scientific manufacturers instruments for measuring particles suspended in water. Our LISST family of products are widely used from the deep sea to shallow mountain streams to your lab bench. Stop by Booth 444 to see the our full line of instruments including our new LISST-ABS acoustic backscatter sensor and LISST-200X submersible particle size analyzer. The LISST-ABS is a brand new instrument purposely built for moni- SERDP ESTCP Booth 445 Matthew Cifa Matthew.cifa noblis.org 4800 Mark Center Drive Suite 17D03 Alexandria VA 22350-3605 Phone 571-372-6565 https www.serdp-estcp.org SERDP and ESTCP are the Department of Defense s (DoD) environmental research programs harnessing the latest science and technology to improve DoD s environmental performance reduce costs and enhance and sustain mission capabilities. The programs respond to Meet Section and Focus Group Leaders Student Breakfast 13 December 2016 7 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Marriott Marquis Salon 7 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 111 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 214 Neil Vancans Neil.vancans septentrio.com Torrance CA 90505 Phone 310-541-8139 http www.septentrio.com toring suspended sediment using acoustics instead of optics. It has a wider dynamic range better calibration and is less prone to biofouling than traditional optical backscatter sensors. The LISST-200X is a new version of the well-known LISST-100X that is smaller and smarter. Three Career Fairs General Career Fair 13 December 2016 10 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Moscone South--Hall A B Poster Hall International Career Fair 14 December 2016 10 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Moscone South--Halls A C Poster Hall Postdoc Career Fair 15 December 2016 10 00 A.M. 5 00 P.M. Moscone South--Halls A C Poster Hall 112 2016 AGU FALL MEETING environmental technology requirements that are common to all of the military services complementing the services research programs. the geosciences community through publications books events forums professional development courses and more. SETI Institute Our mission is to explore understand and explain the origin and nature of life in the universe and to apply the knowledge gained to inspire and guide present and future generations. We have a passion for discovery and for sharing knowledge as scientific ambassadors to the public the press and the government. The SETI Institute is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to scientific research education and public outreach. The Institute comprises three centers the Center for Education the Carl Sagan Center for the Study of Life in the Universe and the Center for Public Outreach. Founded in November 1984 the SETI Institute began operations on 1 February 1985. Whether you re reading exams and theses annotating scholarly or scientific articles reviewing proofs sketching diagrams figures and formulas or preparing lecture notes Sony s Digital Paper is ideal for serious reading writing and research. Come test drive Digital Paper at Booth 1533. South China Sea Institute of Oceanology Chinese Academy of Science Booth 1540 Yao Luo yaoluo scsio.ac.cn No. 164 Xingang West Road Guangzhou Guangdong 510301 China Phone 8615018779951 www.scsio.ac.cn SIAM Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Booth 341 Bruce Bailey bailey siam.org 3600 Market Street 6th Floor Philadelphia PA 19104 Phone 215-382-9800 The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is an international community of over 14 000 individual members and more than 500 institutional members. Visit SIAM at AGU Booth 341 to browse SIAM books journals and SIAM News speak with SIAM Acquisitions Editor Paula Callaghan learn about upcoming SIAM conferences or become a SIAM member. Smith & Williamson LLC China-Sri Lanka Joint Center for Education & Research was found in August 2015. The abbreviation is CSL-CER. The Joint Center is a science and education platform overseas established by Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). South China Sea Institute of Oceanology (SCSIO) CAS is the supporting institution. Our research vessel Shiyan No. 1 of SCSIO has begun to implement a scientific expedition in the eastern Indian Ocean arranged by the CAS and National Natural Science foundation of China since 2010. The real-time observation network for meteorology and hydrology already provided the continuing data of more than 3 years. We welcome more oceanographers to join us. Booth 1347 Mark Williamson business swsdt.com 1099 NW Charlemagne Place Corvallis OR 97330 Phone 503-298-7359 Controlled Ballooning--Now Accessible and Affordable We offer turnkey reliable and reusable components that bring real-time control to balloon flights. Flights are affordable since our equipment utilizes low-cost latex balloons. Our products permit advanced flights such as floating at a desired altitude. To ensure your flight is a success we offer on-location flight services and product training. Our equipment has successfully flow in deserts and thunderstorms for researchers around the world. Space Science Institute Booth 438 Joyce Ramsaur jramsaur spacescience.org 4750 Walnut Street Suite 205 Boulder CO 80301-2532 Phone 720-974-5888 www.spacescience.org The Space Science Institute (SSI) is a soft money nonprofit headquartered in Boulder CO with locations across the U.S. and worldwide that brings together world-class expertise in Earth planetary and space science research and education. SSI staff will be at AGU to talk about our programs and recruit research and education PIs all week so please feel free to come by our booth to learn more about how soft money works and if SSI is the right place for you Society of Exploration Geophysicists Booth 434 Jill Abbott jabbott seg.org 8801 S Yale Avenue Suite 500 Tulsa OK 74137 Phone 918-497-5589 www.seg.org Spectra Vista Corporation Booth 1508 Tom Cori tomc spectravista.com 29 Firemens Way Poughkeepsie NY 12603 Phone 845-471-7007 http www.spectravista.com Founded in 1930 the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) is a not-for-profit organization committed to connecting and inspiring the people and science of geophysics. With 27 000 members in 138 countries SEG provides educational resources to Building on 23 years of experience in the manufacture of Field Portable Spectroradiometers and Airborne Imaging Spectrometers Spectra Vista Corporation demonstrates the HR-1024i spectrora- 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 113 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 212 Armine Saroian asaroian seti.org 189 Bernardo Avenue 200 Mountain View CA 94043 Phone 650-961-6633 http www.seti.org Sony North America Inc. Booth 1533 Daniel Albohn Daniel.albohn am.sony.com 1 Sony Drive Park Ridge NJ 07656 Phone 201-476-8585 www.sony.com digitalpaper diometer and latest LC-RP PRO. The HR-1024i has demonstrated superior repeatability compared to competitive full-range instruments while delivering the highest-quality spectral data target photo GPS coordinates and external sensor data. Sun Yat-sen University EXHIBITOR PROFILES Spectral Evolution Booth 1304 Joe Mayr joe spectralevolution.com 1 Canal Street Unit B1 Lawrence MA 01840 Phone 978-687-1833 www.spectralevolution.com Spectral Evolution is a leading manufacturer of field portable and laboratory spectroradiometers and spectrometers for remote sensing applications including geological remote sensing ground truthing spectral remote sensing environmental and climate research crop and soil research vegetative studies water body research forestry and canopy studies radiometric calibration transfer upwelling and downwelling measurement and more. The PSR for remote sensing delivers the highest resolution and sensitivity available in a lightweight rugged and reliable field spectroradiometer. Our DARWin SP Data Acquisition software makes using our instruments fast and easy and provides pull-down menu access to 19 vegetation indices. Booth 1632 Jiangbo Yu Jianbo.yu.uh hotmail.com Tangjiawan Sun Yat-sen University Zhuhai campus School of Earth Science and Geological Engineering Guangzhou Zhuhai 519082 China Phone 0862084111351 gs.sysu.edu.cn eng Index.aspx The School of Earth Science and Geological Engineering of Sun Yat-sen University was founded in 1924. It was one of the earliest geological teaching and research departments in China. At present our school has 40 full-time faculties including two Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Our research advantages are well demonstrated through integrating geology and geophysics to tackle the key issues on the global tectonics deep-Earth geodynamics and surface effects. Under the new development strategy in Zhuhai City our school is striving to set up a systematic interdisciplinary geoscientific program. The school is now recruiting the talents of geology geophysics and marine geosciences to achieve its goal as a world-class discipline. Surface Optics Corporation Booth 1611 Wes Autran wautran surfaceoptics.com 11555 Rancho Bernardo Road San Diego California 92127 Phone 714-325-5776 Springer Booth 712 Acasia Dalmau Mayka.gomez springer.com 233 Spring Street New York NY 10013 Phone 212-460-1500 www.springer.com Springer is one of the world s leading global research educational and professional publishers home to an array of respected and trusted brands providing quality content through a range of innovative products and services. Springer is the world s largest academic book publisher and numbers almost 13 000 staff in over 50 countries. Surface Optics Corporation (SOC) offers its customers a single engineering and manufacturing source (one-stop-shopping) for characterization control and exploitation of the optical properties of surfaces. Our unique understanding of customer needs allows us to offer engineering services proprietary analytical software reflectometers hyperspectral and multispectral imagers that are cost effective innovative and provide unsurpassed performance. SOC will be exhibiting its 710 internal line scanning and 716 full motion video hyperspectral imaging cameras as well as its 410 series hand held reflectometer products. Stevens Water Monitoring Systems Inc. Booth 1520 Keith Bellingham kbellingham stevenswater.com 12067 NE Glenn Widing Drive Suite 106 Portland OR 97220 Phone 503-445-8000 http www.stevenswater.com Taylor & Francis Booth 437 Helen Neal Helen.neal tandf.co.uk 4 Park Square Milton Park Abingdon Oxford OX14 4RN UK Phone 44-020-701-7600-0 http www.tandfonline.com Taylor & Francis boasts an expanding portfolio of high-caliber journals in Earth science. Our journals are edited by some of the most prominent academics and practitioners in their fields. We are partnered with an array of the world s leading societies such as the Geological Society of Australia Royal Society of New Zealand Geological Society of Sweden and International Union of Soil Sciences to publish cutting-edge high-quality research across the spectrum of Earth science. Taylor & Francis is at the forefront of the publishing landscape for researchers and practitioners who seek to further their disciplines with their work. Stevens Water Monitoring Systems Inc. designs and manufactures data collection and acquisition solutions for surface water groundwater soil and meteorological conditions. The renowned Hydra Probe Soil Sensor is the most robust and reliable soil sensor available and used by hundreds of universities irrigation professionals and government agencies. The eTracker cellular gateway connects sensors directly to a cloud-based server for quick easy and inexpensive data collection and interaction. Stockholm University Bolin Centre Booth 1423 Elisabeth Dacker Elisabeth.dacker geo.su.se Svante Arrhenius vag 8 SE-10691 Stockholm Sweden Phone 46-081-610-46 Description not available at press time. 114 2016 AGU FALL MEETING The Geological Society of America Booth 1029 Rebecca Freeman rfreeman geosociety.org P.O. Box 9140 3300 Penrose Place Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-357-1004 www.geosociety.org The National Academies Established in 1888 The Geological Society of America (GSA) is a global professional society with a growing membership of more than 26 000 individuals in 111 countries. GSA provides access to elements that are essential to the professional growth of Earth scientists at all levels of expertise and from all sectors academic government business and industry. GSA recognizes Earth science excellence with awards promotes lifelong learning through scientific conferences and publishes a wide range of peer-reviewed scholarly works in the form of journals books and field guides. The National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine are private nonprofit institutions that provide expert advice on some of the most pressing challenges facing the nation and the world. Our work helps shape sound policies inform public opinion and advance the pursuit of science engineering and medicine. Relevant Boards of the Division on Earth and Life Sciences and the Space Studies Board are represented at this year s meeting. The Natural History Museum Booth 206 Description not available at press time. The Geological Society of London Booth 1033 Jenny Davey jenny.davey geolsoc.org.uk Burlington House Piccadilly London UK Phone 02074349944 The University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray Computed Tomography Facility Booth 1515 David Edey dave.edey utexas.edu 2275 Speedway Stop C9000 Austin TX 78712-1722 Phone 512-471-0260 www.ctlab.geo.utexas.edu The Geological Society of London is the oldest geological society in the world and a not-for-profit organization with aims to improve knowledge and understanding of the Earth to promote Earth science education and awareness and to promote professional excellence and ethical standards in the work of Earth scientists. The High-Resolution X-ray Computed Tomography Facility at The University of Texas at Austin (UTCT) is a national shared multi-user facility supported by the Instrumentation and Facilities OSPA Outstanding Student Paper Awards Sign up to become an OSPA Judge The Outstanding Student Paper Awards (OSPA) are granted to promote recognize and reward undergraduate master s and Ph.D. students for superior presentation of quality research in the geophysical sciences. The process relies entirely on volunteer judges like you http ospa.agu.org OSPA Resource Center is located in Moscone South Poster Hall 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 115 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 938 Celeste Naylor cnaylor nas.edu 500 5th Street NW Washington DC 20001 Phone 202-334-2768 http www.nationalacademies.org index.html EXHIBITOR PROFILES Program of NSF s Earth Sciences (EAR) directorate. UTCT offers scientific researchers across the Earth biological and engineering sciences access to a completely nondestructive technique for visualizing features in the interior of opaque solid objects and for obtaining digital information on their 3D geometries and properties. The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory provides the advanced scientific capabilities required to bolster our country s position of global naval leadership. Here in an environment where the nation s best scientists and engineers are inspired to pursue their passion everyone is focused on research that yields immediate and long-range applications in the defense of the United States. Thermo Fisher Scientific Booth 529 Lora Pada lora.pada thermofisher.com 490 Lakeside Drive Sunnyvale CA 94085 Phone 408-481-4662 http www.thermofisher.com irms Enabling pioneering discoveries in geoscience and enhancing the reliability of analytical solutions. For decades innovative Thermo Scientific isotope ratio mass spectrometers have helped geoscientists gain new insights into the application of isotope ratio analysis in the Earth and environmental sciences enabling them to make exciting pioneering discoveries and to overcome difficult analytical challenges. Isotope ratio mass spectrometers have also helped laboratories in the fields of food and doping analysis providing trustworthy analytical results. U.S. Science Support Program IODP Booth 312 James Spencer jspencer ideo.columbia.edu 61 Route 9W Palisades NY 10964 Phone 845-365-8785 http usoceandiscovery.org The International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) is an international marine research collaboration that explores Earth s history and dynamics using ocean-going research platforms to recover data recorded in seafloor sediments and rocks and to monitor subseafloor environments. IODP depends on facilities funded by three platform providers with financial contributions from five additional partner agencies. Together these entities represent twenty-five nations whose scientists are selected to staff IODP research expeditions conducted throughout the world s oceans. Toolik Field Station Booth 229 Michael Abels maabels alaska.edu P.O. Box 757000 Fairbanks AK 99775-7000 Phone 907-474-5063 toolik.alaska.edu Toolik Field Station located in the northern foothills of the Brooks Range (68 38 N 149 36 W elevation 720 m) AK and established in 1975 is a major site for national and international scientific research in the North American Arctic. The Station s mission is to support research and education that contributes to a greater understanding of the Arctic and its relationship to the global environment. Toolik Field Station is operated and managed by the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks with financial support from the U.S. National Science Foundation. UCAR Community Programs Booth 404 Ellen Thomas ellent ucar.edu 3090 Center Green Drive Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-497-2604 www.ucar.edu U.S. Geological Survey Booth 241 Liz Colvard ecolvard usgs.gov 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive Reston VA 20192 Phone 888-275-8747 www.usgs.gov The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) is a nonprofit consortium of more than 100 North American member colleges and universities focused on research and training in the atmospheric and related Earth system sciences. Through the UCAR Community Programs (UCP) we support and extend the capabilities of our academic consortium. UCP offers a suite of innovative resources tools and services for the scientific community including Training weather forecasters emergency managers in current research Developing STEM education resources Bringing real-time data and software tools to universities and research labs Managing field projects conferences and fellowship programs Supporting satellite-based Earth and atmospheric monitoring UIC Science We provide science about the natural hazards that threaten lives and livelihoods the water energy minerals and other natural resources we rely on the health of our ecosystems and environment and the impacts of climate and land-use change. Our scientists develop new methods and tools to enable timely relevant and useful information about the Earth and its processes. Booth 323 Nagruk Harcharek nagruk.harcharek uicscience.com NARL Building 848 Barrow AK 99723 Phone 907-852-7053 http www.barrowbulletin.com UIC Science a Small Business Administration certified 8(a) company provides on-the-ground support to researchers in Barrow Alaska Atqasuk Alaska and other Arctic locations. The UIC Science Team provides a distinct advantage to groups not based in Alaska by providing reliable indigenous and local knowledge and expertise to ensure the safe and timely completion of your Arctic research goals. As an Alaskan Native Village Corporation we incorporate the traditions of our ancestors into our daily practices. Our Inupiaq values passed down to us from our Ancestors are at the core of our business practices and guide our decisions. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Booth 235 Beth Dalton beth.dalton nrl.navy.mil 4555 Overlook Avenue SW Washington DC 20375 Phone 202-767-3678 http www.nrl.navy.mil 116 2016 AGU FALL MEETING UNAVCO Inc. Universities Space Research Association Booth 209 Carol Ball cball usra.edu 7178 Columbia Gateway Drive Columbia MD 21046 Phone 410-730-2656 www.usra.edu UNAVCO s mission is to transform our understanding of Earth systems and hazards using geodesy. As a university-governed consortium with over 200 member and associate member institutions UNAVCO advances science and fosters community through open data access field support professional development cutting-edge technology education diversity initiatives and science workshops. We support science addressing processes in the atmosphere cryosphere hydrosphere shallow and solid Earth with tools such as GPS strainmeters terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) and InSAR to measure how the surface of and atmosphere above our planet change over time. Uni n Geof sica Mexicana Booth 1447 Xyoli Perez-Campos xyolipc gmail.com Instituto de Geof sica Ciudad Universitaria Coyoacan Mexico Phone 52-55-5622-2222 ext. 38703 www.ugm.org.mx The Mexican Geophysical Union s (UGM) purpose is to promote the study of Earth and space sciences and to disseminate scientific knowledge as well as to support efforts and activities related with education and outreach of these sciences and their applications. UGM also fosters collaboration and partnership with sister societies to enhance resources and to serve scientists students and society. Its Annual Meeting is held in Puerto Vallarta at the end of October. At our booth we will also be promoting research in Mexican institutions and graduate programs from Mexican universities. Universities Space Research Association (USRA) is an independent nonprofit research corporation where the combined efforts of in-house talent and university-based expertise merge to advance space science and technology. USRA works across disciplines including biomedicine planetary science astrophysics and engineering and integrates those competencies into applications ranging from fundamental research to facility management and operations. USRA engages the creativity and authoritative expertise of the research community to develop and deliver sophisticated forward-looking solutions to federal agencies and other government sponsors. Union of Concerned Scientists Booth 616 Jean Sideris jsideris ucsusa.org 2 Brattle Square Cambridge MA 02238 Phone 202-331-5456 Ignite AGU 5 minutes. 20 slides. Enlightening presentations. The Union of Concerned Scientists puts rigorous independent science to work to solve our planet s most pressing problems. Joining with citizens across the country we combine technical analysis and effective advocacy to create innovative practical solutions for a healthy safe and sustainable future. Universitat Hamburg Cluster of Excellence CLiSAP Booth 1133 Veit Ebermann veit.ebermann uni-hamburg.de Grindelberg 5 D-20144 Hamburg Germany Phone 49-40-42838-4523 www.clisap.de Fast. Wednesday 14 December 6 00 9 00 P.M. Infusion Lounge 124 Ellis Street Sponsored By CliSAP unites climate experts from the Universit t Hamburg Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht and German Climate Computing Center. Its research focuses on climate analysis and prediction. The versatile climate studies approach is based on simulating realistic future scenarios. CliSAP s Graduate School offers an international M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree program in interdisciplinary climate system studies. CliSAP is the 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 117 EXHIBITOR PROFILES Booth 523 Melissa Weber weber unavco.org 6350 Nautilus Drive Boulder CO 80301 Phone 303-381-7500 nucleus of the Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN) which combines the expertise of natural and social sciences from various institutes of the Universit t Hamburg. CEN is coordinating the application for climate research in Hamburg as part of the German Excellence Strategy. University of Alaska Fairbanks Research Institute Booth 829 Sue Mitchell sue.mitchell alaska.edu 903 Koyukuk Drive Fairbanks Alaska 99775 Phone 907-474-7329 http www.uaf.edu research EXHIBITOR PROFILES better quality of life by providing a comprehensive range of innovative observation and measurement products and services for chosen weather-related and industrial markets. Vasiala is a partner to customers whose primary interest is the safety and protection of lives and property through effective operations and decision-making support under any weather condition. Vaisala brings operational benefits to its customers through a wide offering of products projects and services which provide real-time accurate and reliable weather data for efficient and effective operations. The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) is America s Arctic University. UAF ranks in the top 150 of nearly 700 U.S. institutions that conduct research. UAF was listed in the top 11 of more than 10 000 institutions worldwide for number of citations in climate change publications and fourth among U.S. universities. UAF is currently operating the Research Vessel Sikuliaq [see-KOO-lee-ack] one of the most advanced university research vessels in the world. UAF is a founding member of the University of the Arctic a consortium of colleges universities and research organizations in the eight arctic nations that work together to address the needs of the circumpolar north. UAF is a land sea and space grant institution. Virtalis Booth 1529 Andrew O Keeffe a.okeeffe virtalis.com 1952 Woodman Center Drive Kettering OH 45420 Phone 937-534-9600 www.virtalis.com Virtalis Ltd. is a world-leading virtual reality (VR) and advanced visualization company. Our systems allow a deep understanding of all kinds of complex GIS source data. GeoVisionary advanced visualization is the result of a collaboration between Virtalis and the British Geological Survey (BGS). 3D images are displayed which enables geoscientists to visualize analyze interpret and share massive data sets seamlessly in an immersive real-time environment. Load data sets such as DEMS Imagery Topo maps GeoScientific Geophysical Geotechnical Radar seismic Magnetic 3D CAD models massive point clouds 4D time based data volumes and block-models can all be visualized in a single environment allowing the user to see the big picture University of California Press Booth 1512 Ramon Smith ramon.smith ucpress.edu 155 Grand Avenue 400 Oakland CA 94612 Phone 510-883-8312 www.ucpress.edu Advancing Knowledge Driving Change. University of Houston Booth 1409 Don Van Nieuwenhuise donvann uh.edu 3507 Cullen Boulevard Room 312 Houston TX 77204-5007 Phone 713-743-3399 University of Houston s (UH) Earth and Atmospheric Sciences is a leader in basic and applied scientific research through its students faculty and staff. UH is one of the most diverse research universities in the United States. Our students enjoy rigorous field experiences world-class laboratory facilities and robust research programs alongside faculty who lead the 20 well-established laboratories and centers and 5 industry-funded consortia. The Department offers B.S. M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Geology Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences and degrees in Environmental and Earth Sciences. We have summer field camps field-laboratory oriented undergraduate courses and a wide-range of graduate courses. We enjoy close collaboration with top energy companies. Wiki Education Foundation Booth 1623 Jami Mathewson jami wikiedu.org 11 Funston Avenue Suite A San Francisco CA 94117 Phone 415-770-1062 wikiedu.org The Wiki Education Foundation serves as the bridge between academia and Wikipedia. A small 501(c)(3) nonprofit we run programs that seek to build connections between universities and Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects in the United States and Canada. In our most established program Wiki Ed supports the Wikipedia Education Program in the United States and Canada. Since 2010 university instructors participating in the program have assigned their students to add content to course-related articles on Wikipedia. Students gain key 21st century skills like media literacy writing and research development and critical thinking while content gaps on Wikipedia get filled thanks to students efforts. University of Science and Technology (USTC) Booth 1604 Description not available at press time. Wiley Vaisala Inc. Booth 1514 Jessica Mackaro Jessica.mackaro vaisala.com 194 S Taylor Avenue Louisville CO 80027-3024 Phone 303-262-4055 http www.vaisala.com Vaisala is a global leader in environmental and industrial measurement. Building on 80 years of experience Vaisala contributes to a Booth 917 Taryn Walsh twalsh wiley.com 350 Main Street Malden MA 02148 Phone 781-338-8313 www.wiley.com Wiley is a leading global publisher of over 80 Earth environmental and space science journals and a books program spanning the entire spectrum. Wiley s authors editors and affiliated societies are of the highest-caliber publishing groundbreaking research in all subjects including water resources meteorology climatology geology sedimentology geomorphology paleontology geochemistry mineralogy GIS remote sensing astronomy astrophysics and 118 2016 AGU FALL MEETING more. Society partners include the American Geophysical Union the world s leading society which has more than 60 000 members and publishes 20 journals and a books program with Wiley. Booth 1522 Taofang Dai tfdai wspc.com Hackensack NJ 7601 Phone 201-487-9655 http www.worldscientific.com World Scientific Publishing is a leading independent publisher of books and journals for the scholarly research and professional communities. The company publishes about 600 books annually and about 130 journals in various fields. World Scientific collaborates with prestigious organizations like the Nobel Foundation U.S. National Academies Press as well as its subsidiary the Imperial College Press among others to bring high-quality academic and professional content to researchers and academics worldwide. To find out more about World Scientific please visit www.worldscientific.com. ZEISS Microscopy WyCEHG Wyoming Center for Enviornmental Hydrology and Geophysics Booth 1528 Rick Matlock rixdogs uwyo.edu 1000 E. University Laramie WY 82071 Phone 307-766-1121 Booth 1504 Brenda Ropoulos Brenda.ropoulos zeiss.com 4385 Hopyard Road Pleasanton CA 94588 Phone 800-233-2343 From micropaleontology to mineralogical studies ZEISS microscopes have provided imaging and analysis solutions for geoscience research for over one hundred years. Technologies such as X-ray microanalysis and cathodoluminescence along with advances in scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and a wide range of optical microscopes are extending your research capabilities today. ZEISS enables you to gain knowledge from your geoscientific specimens without parallel. We help to train the geoscientists of tomorrow. Talk to us about your requirements for digital geoscience education supporting connectivity of a broad range of optical microscopes for blended learning among a distributed audience. Description not available at press time. Xeos Technologies Inc. Booth 246 Darren Penney vdubdarren gmail.com 36 Topple Drive Dartmouth Nova Scotia B3B 1L6 Phone 902-483-9376 http www.xeostech.com Celebrating its 13th Anniversary Xeos is now a global exporter with an excellent reputation for high quality engineering and customer service. Products range from deep sea alarm beacons to surface oil spill tracking systems to land based perimeter surveillance systems. Xeos is an Iridium Value Added Reseller and provides contract engineering services in addition to its standard product line. All these qualities have brought them success in their four divisions Communications Oceanographic Asset Recovery Remote Monitoring and Security. Zonge International Inc. Booth 617 Norman Carlson Norman.carlson zonge.com 3322 E Fort Lowell Road Tucson AZ 85716 Phone 520-327-5501 Xylem Aanderaa YSI Sontek Booth 729 Dick Butler Richard.m.butler xyleminc.com 275 Martine Street Suite 200 Unit 12 Fall River MA 02723 Phone 508-226-9300 Xylem Analytics is an expanding family of long-established leading brands for quantitative and qualitative analysis of water. Our commitment to our customers is to provide them with the best tools available to solve their measurement challenges in the field the laboratory or wherever they may be. Our company has operations and support on 6 continents operating from over 30 facilities. And our network of regional integration centers provides local support and custom solutions for your most complex water projects. We re more than an instrumentation and software provider--we re your partner in solving the world s most For 44 years Zonge has been manufacturing and selling a full line of state-of-the-art equipment for electrical and electromagnetic geophysics as well as providing contract field services. Our equipment line includes transmitters receivers magnetometers and sensors. Services include resistivity MT AMT IP CSAMT TEM seismic gravity and specialized research projects. Zoom Digital Signage Booth 1624 TJ Kyong tj zoomdigitalsignage.com 390 Swift Avenue Suite 23 South San Francisco California 94080 Phone 510-693-6419 http zoomdigitalsignage.com Zoom Digital Signage is a commercial grade digital information display manufacturer and digital signage solutions provider. Display your scientific findings in stunning 4K resolution on our state of the art video walls and allow audience interactivity with touch screen kiosks. From video walls to touchscreen kiosks to wayfinding applications let us provide you with the best solution to fit your project needs. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 119 EXHIBITOR PROFILES World Scientific Publishing Company challenging water issues.Visit us at Booth 729 to discuss how Xylem Analytics technology and application expertise can benefit your work. Xylem Analytics brands attending AGU 2016 Fall Meeting Aanderaa--Our distributed smart sensor network and data collection hub technology combines advanced communication interfaces and multisensor group sampling for continuous multiyear monitoring. Aanderaa is a leading provider of single point and profiling Acoustic Doppler Current Meters Met-Ocean Systems and Water Quality Sensors for moored underway ocean observatory applications.HYPACK--The industry standard in Hydrographic Survey Data Acquisition Processing and Visualization Software for maritime navigation marine construction dredging offshore oil exploration and habitat assessments Integrated Systems & Services (ISS)--Xylem Analytics solutions provider for advanced Buoy Systems HydroMet Stations and Automated Underwater Vehicles SonTek--The foremost manufacturer of affordable reliable Acoustic Doppler Instrumentation for continuous or discrete water velocity measurement in oceans rivers lakes canals harbors estuaries and laboratories ACADEMIC SHOWCASE Boston University Booth 1501 Alissa Beideck abeideck bu.edu 685 Commonwealth Avenue Floor 1 Room 130 Boston Massachusetts 02215 Phone 617-353-2529 http www.bu.edu earth Boston University s Department of Earth & Environment is prepared to provide you with the skills to tackle the planet s most challenging environmental problems. A selection of integrative courses taught by world-class faculty will expose you to the broad and systemic nature of environmental issues. Our distinct professional master s programs are designed to engage you with the foundational principles research techniques and professional competencies that prepare you for careers in the private public and non-profit sectors. The Department s doctoral programs prepare students for careers in research academia management consulting and more. Explore our programs at http www.bu.edu earth education . EOAS Rutgers University Booth 1300 Ken Eng keng marine.rutgers.edu 71 Dudley Road New Brunswick NJ 08901-8521 Phone 848-932-3280 Rutgers University has formed a new Institute of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences with opportunities for graduate study toward M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Integrated study of the atmosphere oceans solid earth and biosphere at Rutgers offers such diverse interdisciplinary research topics as global climate change paleoceanography environmental biophysics and molecular ecology geochemistry and ocean modeling. Graduate funding opportunities in the form of fellowships and research and teaching assistantships are available. Visit our booth for additional information. ACADEMIC SHOWCASE Florida International University Booth 1400 Ping Zhu Zhup fiu.edu 11200 SW 8th Street AHC5-234 Miami FL 33199 Phone 305-348-7096 https earthenvironment.fiu.edu China University of Geosciences (Beijing) Booth 202 Deqiang Mao maodeqiang gmail.com 29 Xueyuan Road Haidian District Beijing 100083 China Phone 520-576-3111 www.cugb.edu.cn EnglishWeb index.html China University of Geosciences in Beijing (CUGB) traces its roots to Beijing College of Geology founded in 1952. CUGB is among the first group of the higher-level universities 211 project and is one of the first 33 universities to set up graduate schools. CUGB is one of China s main centers for geological researchers. CUGB has 17 colleges with a total of 47 undergraduate and 118 graduate programs. At present there are 14 000 full-time students with a teaching and research staff of 1200. The Department of Earth and Environment focuses on understanding the natural world and its interactions with human systems to build the skills and understanding needed for sustainable societies. The department offers a broad range of classroom field and laboratory experiences in atmospheric aquatic earth and environmental management and policy. GeoCamp Iceland Desert Research Institute Booth 701 Justin Broglio jbroglio dri.edu 2215 Raggio Parkway Reno NV 89512 Phone 775-673-7300 http www.dri.edu newsroom The Desert Research Institute (DRI) is a recognized world leader in investigating the effects of environmental change and the application of knowledge and new technologies. DRI conducts cutting-edge applied research in atmospheric earth and ecosystems and hydrologic sciences across Nevada the United States and on all seven continents. For more than 50 years DRI has stood at the forefront of understanding Earth s complex environmental systems promoting preservation of diverse ecosystems responsible natural resource management and improving human health and welfare throughout the world. DRI employs more than 500 scientists engineers students and staff who work in over 60 specialized labs on two campuses in Reno and Las Vegas. Booth 1502 Arnbjorn Olafsson arnbjorn geocamp.is Managata 1 IS-230 Reykjanesbaer Iceland Phone 3546906651 www.geocamp.is GeoCamp Iceland organizes and receives international academic groups focusing primarily on geology geography natural sciences and renewable energy in Iceland. GeoCamp is located in the heart of Reykjanes UNESCO Global Geopark situated on the southwestern tip of Iceland within 30 minutes drive from Reykjav k and next to the Keflavik International Airport. Placed on the boundaries of two tectonic plates the region is a geologically active area with geysers lava fields and natural beauty. It is a place where you are always within the proximity of Earth s energy sources and where the elements are constantly shaping the landscape. GeoCamp is an authorized tour operator and has organized study tours for student and teacher groups since 2006. Geography and Environment University of Southampton Booth 700 Joanna Nield j.nield soton.ac.uk Geography and Environment University of Southampton University Road Highfield 120 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Southampton Hampshire SO17 1BJ UK Phone 00-144-238-0594-749 www.southampton.ac.uk geography index.page From global environmental change to economic transformation Geography and Environmental Science staff at the University of Southampton are actively involved in researching the major issues affecting our planet. Our department ranks in the top 5 in the UK for our research outputs (REF 2014) and 41st in the QS World University subject tables. We are a lively community of around 650 students with a 70-strong academic team and an enviable international reputation. Our innovative interdisciplinary M.Sc. programs in remote sensing GIS and sustainability will give you the skills and knowledge for employment within Earth observation and GIS communities consultancies private and public sectors nongovernmental agencies and the third sector. Kyoto University Booth 602 Aiming Lin slin kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp Sanyo-ku Kyoto 606-8502 Japan Phone 81757533941 www-crus.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp As most large intraplate earthquakes occur as slip on mature active faults any investigation of the seismic faulting process and assessment of seismic hazards require an understanding of the nature of active fault damage zones as seismogenic sources. Our active tectonics laboratory in department of geophysics Kyoto University will introduce our recent study about the properties and processes of fault damage zones. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris Booth 1102 Lydie Guillerot guillerot ipgp.fr 1 Rue de Jussieu F-75005 Paris France Phone 33-672-778-830 Michigan State University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Booth 1201 Pam Robinson geosci msu.edu 288 Farm Lane Room 207 East Lansing MI 48824 Phone 517-353-3271 https ees.natsci.msu.edu The Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris is an academic institution specializing in Earth sciences at the graduate level. Its three main goals are to carry out research at the highest level to train students (master s and doctoral degrees) and to monitor and observe terrestrial phenomena at all scales. The Institute specializes in all the fields of solid Earth science (geophysics geochemistry and quantitative geology) through a combination of observation (land sea space) experimental and analytical laboratory work and conceptual analog and numerical modeling. Michigan State University one of the top interdisciplinary research universities in the world pushes the boundaries of discovery fosters collaboration and provides life changing opportunities to a diverse academic community. MSU s Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences is rapidly growing with a 13 million endowment. We are seeking the best and brightest faculty and students to join our teams studying the geosphere hydrosphere 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 121 ACADEMIC SHOWCASE and biosphere. We offer substantial resources for graduate funding and undergraduate research. Ask yourself this Who will foster my individual strengths and empower me to create my own path in an environment of excellence and opportunity Spartans Will. Montana State University--Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Department Booth 201 HongYi Li Hongyi.li montana.edu P.O. Box 173120 Bozeman MT 59717-3120 Phone 406-994-4605 landresources.montana.edu Graduate students in the Roy M. Huffington Department of Earth Sciences at Southern Methodist University (SMU) can earn degrees in geology geophysics and applied geophysics. Graduate research is facilitated by state-of-the-art laboratories that complement active field-based research programs. Internationally distinguished faculty involve students in projects funded by major government agencies including the National Science Foundation the National Aeronautics and Space Administration the Department of Energy the Department of Defense the United States Geological Survey and private industry. SMU is nonsectarian in its teaching and committed to academic freedom and open inquiry. Scripps Institution of Oceanography UCSD Booth 1500 Donna Shabkie dshabkie ucsd.edu 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla CA 92093 Phone 858-822-0723 scripps.ucsd.edu ACADEMIC SHOWCASE The Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences at Montana State University offers a multidisciplinary approach to understanding and managing land resources. Our coursework and research involves soils microorganisms insects plants climate and water the options within our majors allow undergraduates to focus on their specific areas of interest. We also offer advanced degrees--three M.S. degree programs an online M.S. degree program and a Ph.D. program. We have many outstanding and diverse natural laboratories within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our students graduate with a broad scientifically-sound education and are well-prepared for careers in the environmental sciences. For more than 113 years Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego has been the world leader in ocean Earth and climate sciences. Today Scripps has hundreds of research projects covering a wide range of scientific areas underway in more than 60 nations on every continent and in every ocean. Nanjing University Booth 601 Minghuai Wang Minghuai.wang nju.edu.dn 163 Xianlin Street Nanjing Jiangsu 210023 Phone 01186-25-89682575 www.nju.edu.cn Founded in 1902 Nanjing University is one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher learning in China and has one of the best geo-science programs in China. Geo-sciences in Nanjing University have been ranked the 1st among top univeristies in China in the Nature Index 2016. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Booth 501 Nuri Uzunlar Nuri.uzunlar sdsmt.edu 501 E. St. Joseph Street Rapid City SD 57701 Phone 605-941-2294 http geologyfieldcamp.sdsmt.edu Five weeks-six credit traditional camps in the Black Hills SD Wyoming Montana Spain and Turkey. Variety of 2 to 4 credit camps in the Black Hills SD Death Valley Arizona Nebraska Hawaii Iceland Himalayas Nepal India and Ecuador Galapagos Islands. Purdue University Booth 502 Barbara Gibson Barbara purdue.edu 550 Stadium Mall Drive HAMP Room 2169 West Lafayette IN 47907-1264 Phone 765-494-0238 http www.eaps.purdue.edu Purdue s Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) is dedicated to the scientific study of physical chemical and dynamic processes that include a broad range of phenomena-- from tectonics to asteroid impacts to severe weather. Come learn about the outstanding opportunities awaiting students interested in our department. Stanford University School of Earth Energy and Environmental Sciences Booth 1101 Roni Holeton roni stanford.edu 397 Panama Mall Mitchell Building Stanford CA 94305 Phone 650-725-6566 The School of Earth Energy and Environmental Sciences develops the knowledge talent and leadership to understand the changing Earth and to help solve the enormous resource and environmental challenges facing the world. STANFORD EARTH includes the departments of Geophysics Geological Sciences Earth System Science Energy Resources Engineering and the Emmett Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources. Roy M. Huffington Department of Earth Sciences at Southern Methodist University Syracuse University Booth 1302 Jolene Fitch jofitch syr.edu 204 Heroy Geology Lab Syracuse NY 13244 Phone 315-443-2672 Booth 1202 Stephanie Schwob sschwob smu.edu 3225 Daniel Avenue Dallas TX 75205 Phone 214-768-2770 www.smu.edu Dedman academics departments earthsciences Graduate study at Syracuse University offers opportunities for research spanning the Earth s deep interior lithosphere and surface on a host of timescales. Several of our faculty lead collaborative 122 2016 AGU FALL MEETING domestic and international research programs with teams of internationally recognized scholars that lead to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in environmental geology hydrogeology and hydrology geomorphology sedimentology thermochronology tectonics computational geophysics isotope geochemistry biogeochemistry paleobiology paleolimnology and global environmental change. Our 30 35 graduate students are typically supported by full-tuition scholarships and stipends. Typically M.S. students receive four semesters of support while Ph.D. students are eligible for eight. B.S. M.S. or Ph.D. degree. The Atmospheric Science Department is a nationally recognized academic organization working with a unique combination of partners. The faculty and students of the department are co-located with and closely tied to UAH s Earth System Science Center. The National Weather Service NASA and other partners are co-located with the Atmospheric Science department at the National Space Science and Technology Center. University of California Irvine Department of Earth System Science Booth 1401 Morgan Sibley msibley uci.edu Irvine CA 92697-3100 Phone 949-824-8794 http www.ess.uci.edu Texas A&M University College of Geosciences Booth 301 Eric Riggs emriggs tamu.edu 3148 Tamu College Station TX 77843-3148 Phone 409-845-7200 http geosciences.tamu.edu University of California Davis Atmospheric Science Graduate Group Booth 200 Adele Igel aigel ucdavis.edu One Shields Avenue Davis CA 95616-5270 Phone 530-752-1406 atm.ucdavis.edu Texas Tech University Booth 500 Alisan Sweet alisan.sweet ttu.edu Broadway and University Lubbock TX 79409-1053 Phone 806-742-3149 http www.geosciences.ttu.edu The Department of Geosciences at Texas Tech University has a strong commitment to research and education in atmospheric science geology geophysics and geography. We instruct students at both the undergraduate and graduate level--and offer a variety of degree programs leading to the bachelor of arts bachelor of science master of science and doctor of philosophy. Our faculty are recognized experts in many of the subfields of geoscience and we encourage prospective students and visitors to explore the breadth of research and educational opportunities offered through the department. Graduates from our program can be found at work in the petroleum industry state and federal agencies environmental firms and major colleges and universities. The University of California Davis Atmospheric Science program offers exciting opportunities for students. The program targets a diverse range of specialties including air quality biometeorology and micrometeorology boundary-layer and mesoscale meteorology large-scale and climate dynamics and regional and global climate modeling. Graduate students will have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge modeling systems and instruments. Small class sizes foster student-instructor interaction. Successful graduates will acquire the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in the chemistry and dynamics of the atmosphere and its interrelationship with the hydrosphere and the biosphere. University of Leeds University of Alabama Huntsville Department of Atmospheric Science Booth 402 Daniela Cornelius dac0032 uah.edu 320 Sparkman Drive Huntsville AL 35805 Phone 256-961-7877 www.uah.edu atmos Booth 1402 Samantha Haynes s.e.haynes leeds.ac.uk School of Earth and Environment Leeds West Yorkshire LS29JT UK Phone 0113 343 2846 http www.see.leeds.ac.uk The School of Earth and Environment University of Leeds has an excellent reputation for world-class research and innovative teaching. The latest Research Excellence Framework (2014) ranks the School of Earth and Environment first in the UK for the quantity of its world-leading research. We re also top 5 in Earth Sciences and top 10 in Environmental Science for academic reputation (QS World University Rankings 2016). We are a multicultural school attracting researchers and postgraduate students across the world From global warming to severe weather forecasting and atmospheric chemistry the Atmospheric Science Department at the University of Alabama (UAH) in Huntsville offers opportunities for you to become involved in important research while working toward your 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 123 ACADEMIC SHOWCASE The College of Geosciences at Texas A&M is a more than extraordinary faculty at a world-class institution. It is the most comprehensive geosciences program in the world with Atmospheric Sciences Geography Geology and Geophysics and Oceanography departments offering 20 degree programs 13 of those STEM-based. With a faculty to student ratio of 1 to 10 72 M in federal research funding (FY16) and some of the most exemplary geosciences scholars in the world the College of Geosciences sets the standard. Boldly addressing global challenges such as access to clean air and water disaster planning and recovery securing energy resources and mapping the spread of disease Aggie geoscientists are sought after for the most critical professions. Earth System Science (ESS) at the University of California Irvine focuses on the science of the Earth as a system and how the atmosphere land and oceans interact and manifest variability and change approximately over the human lifetime. We envision a society that understands both the impact of human activities on the global environment and the interactions within the Earth system that preserve the habitability of the planet. ESS offers a B.S. in Earth System Science a B.A. in Environmental Science and a Ph.D. program in Earth System Science. The highly ranked Earth System Science Ph.D. program is fully funded including tuition fees and a yearly stipend. connecting nationalities expertise and experience from Eurasia Europe Africa Australia and North and South America. University of South Florida Tampa Bay Booth 1001 David Naar naar usf.edu 140 7th Avenue S. St. Petersburg FL 33701 Phone 813-974-3350 University of New Hampshire Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping Booth 1200 Tara Hicks Johnson tjohnson ccom.unh.edu 24 Colovos Road Durham NH 03824 Phone 603-862-1417 Description not available at press time. University of Texas at Austin--Jackson School of Geosciences Booth 800 Phillip Guerrero phillip mail.utexas.edu 1 University Station C1100 Austin TX 78712 Phone 512-471-6098 The Jackson School of Geosciences at The University of Texas at Austin is among the most-established and well-regarded geoscience programs in the world. The school includes the Department of Geological Sciences one of the country s oldest geoscience departments and two world-renowned research units the Institute for Geophysics and the Bureau of Economic Geology. The Jackson School dates back to the Department of Geology founded in 1888 but became a separate unit at the level of a college only in 2005. The school s formation resulted from one of the most generous gifts in the history of higher education when the late John A. and Katherine G. Jackson bequeathed endowments and assets to the university presently valued at over 300 million. ACADEMIC SHOWCASE Students at University of New Hampshire (UNH) contribute to cutting-edge interdisciplinary research working with world-renowned experts on local national and international projects. And because UNH is a land sea and space grant college that work is happening everywhere from the deepest ocean to outer space. Top-ranked research centers include the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping the Institute for the Study of Earth Oceans and Space the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering and the Leitzel Center for Mathematics Science and Engineering Education. Academics is represented through our College of Engineering and Physical Sciences College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and the Natural Resources and Earth Systems Science Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program. University of Pennsylvania Booth 302 Joan Buccilli earth sas.upenn.edu 240 South 33rd Street Philadelphia PA 19104 Phone 215-898-6415 Description not available at press time. Session Proposals Open March 2017 Session Proposal Deadline 3 May 2017 Abstract Submissions Open July 2017 Abstract Deadline 6 September 2017 8 Portland Oregon osm.agu.org 124 2016 AGU FALL MEETING University of Texas at El Paso Booth 702 Craig Tweedie ctweedie utep.edu 500 W. University Avenue El Paso TX 79968 Phone 915-490-7302 http ese.utep.edu infrastructure and they are topically and geographically diverse. Current projects are underway in many parts of the U.S. Asia South America Iceland and Antarctica and include field laboratory analytical and modeling components. Virginia Tech Department of Geosciences Booth 600 Connie Lowe clowe vt.edu 1405 Perry Street Derring Hall Room 4044 Blacksburg VA 24061 Phone 540-231-8824 http www.geos.vt.edu University of Texas at El Paso is situated on the Texas New Mexico Mexico border and is the only doctoral research university in the nation with a majority Mexican-American student body. We offer multiple M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees including Environmental Science and Engineering Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Geology. Students are provided with local to international research opportunities that are supported by acclaimed faculty and state-of-the-art facilities. Our graduates are employed in academia national labs industry and in the not-for-profit sector. Please visit http graduate.utep.edu for more information. Our focus is research and education dealing with the Earth and planets. Our interests encompass interdisciplinary problems in basic and applied Geosciences at length scales from atomic to planetary using theoretical experimental and field methods. URI School of Oceanography Booth 1100 Meredith Clark mfclark att.com 215 S Ferry Road Narragansett RI 02882-1197 Phone 401-874-6222 http www.gso.uri.edu Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution The Graduate School of Oceanography (GSO) at the University of Rhode Island (URI) has established a global reputation for excellence in marine research teaching outreach and exploration of the world s oceans and coasts. The school s research investigates local- to global-scale phenomena providing greater breadth and depth of scientific understanding through innovative lab- and field-based projects while employing advanced real-time communications to support ship-based ocean exploration throughout the world. GSO offers a range of degree programs Ph.D. and M.S. in Oceanography and dual degree programs with Business and Marine Affairs. A fifth-year master s option for URI undergraduates is also available. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is a private research and educational organization located in Woods Hole MA that is dedicated to understanding and communicating the role of the ocean in Earth s biosphere and climate. The core of ocean research begins with the basic science disciplines and is made possible by innovative engineering. Interdisciplinary research integrates these disciplines with studies of marine policy sustainability climate change and human health. Yale University Department of Geology and Geophysics Booth 1301 Peter Schrader Peter.schrader yale.edu 210 Whitney Avenue P.O. Box 208109 New Haven CT 06520 Phone 203-432-3124 earth.yale.edu Vanderbilt University Booth 401 Guil Gualda g.gualda vanderbilt.edu 2301 Vanderbilt Place PMB 351805 Nashville TN 37235-1805 Phone 615-322-2976 www.vanderbilt.edu ees Ours is a vibrant cohesive department aimed at the highest standards of scholarship. Faculty and students at the bachelor s master s and doctoral levels pursue studies that address fundamental questions in the Earth and environmental sciences spanning deep geological timescales to human timescales. Our research programs are well-funded. Projects are supported by state-of-the-art laboratory facilities and instrumentation including computational The Yale Geology and Geophysics graduate program offers students the opportunity to study and do research in a wide range of cutting-edge and cross-disciplinary areas including solid Earth geophysics geochemistry biogeochemistry paleoceanography and paleoclimate lithosphere and surface processes paleontology and evolution and atmosphere ocean and climate dynamics. 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 125 ACADEMIC SHOWCASE Booth 300 Janet Fields postdoc whoi.edu 266 Woods Hole Road Woods Hole MA 02543 Phone 508-289-2950 www.whoi.edu apo Education and Public Outreach Events All events take place in the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday 12 December Establishing and Sustaining an Undergraduate Research Program 8 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Golden Gate C1 Facilitating Classroom Innovation in the Geosciences Taking Advantage of NSF Education Programs in the Division of Undergraduate Education 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Golden Gate C1 Geophysical Information For Teachers Workshop Day 1 7 30 A.M. 3 30 P.M. Golden Gate A Research Mentoring of Young Scientists from Undergraduate to Postdocs 1 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Golden Gate C1 Tuesday 13 December Broadening Participation in the Geosciences Making What Works Work for You 9 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Golden Gate C1 Diversity Reception 5 30 P.M. 6 30 P.M. Foothill C (Formerly Club Room) Earth in Context Resources for Integrating Earth Literacy with Societal Issues Across the Curriculum 3 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Golden Gate C1 Geophysical Information For Teachers Workshop Day 2 7 30 A.M. 3 30 P.M. Golden Gate A Is it Harassment or Not A Workshop for Women and Men 1 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. Golden Gate C1 Networking Reception for Early Career Female Scientists and Students Sponsored by Elsevier and PLOS One 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Golden Gate B Wednesday 14 December Navigating the NSF System 9 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Golden Gate A Opportunities Beyond Academia 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. Golden Gate A Success in Scientific Publishing and Outreach 2 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Golden Gate A Thursday 15 December Geo-Games Showcase and Workshop 9 00 A.M. 12 00 P.M. Golden Gate A Increasing Our Capacity to Address Climate Change Through Collective Impact Developing a Model for Effective Regional Climate Literacy Networks 1 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. Golden Gate A For details see education.agu.org 126 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM 127 2015 AGU FALL MEETING Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 127 MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 SH SM DI MR S T V 128 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. l l l l l l l l l l l UNION U11A Planetary Intelligence Managing Earth s Future (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l A11A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3006 m m m m m m Characterization of Atmospheric Nanoparticles and Their Impact on Health Effect Posters A11B Chemical Weather Forecasting and Reanalyses Posters A11C Climate Teleconnection from Extratropics to Tropics Posters A11D Impacts of Land Cover Land Use and Agricultural Changes on Atmospheric Composition and Climate Posters A11E Large-Scale Atmospheric Transport and Mixing Observations Modeling and Theory Posters A11F Leveraging Model Hierarchies to Understand the Climate System Posters A11G Moscone South Poster Hall Links between Arctic Low Clouds and Their Environment Current Gaps and Future Directions Posters A11H New Developments in Radar Polarimetry Synergies toward Process Understanding and Operational Applications Posters A11I Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Observational Modeling and Theoretical Developments that Improve the Understanding of Radiative Forcing Posters A11J Observations Modeling and Effects of Mixed-Phase Clouds Posters A11K The Year of Tropics-Midlatitude Interactions and Teleconnections Posters A11L Tropospheric Chemistry-Climate Interactions Posters A11M Understanding Processes that Influence the Vertical Distribution of Ozone in the Troposphere Posters A11N Weather and Climate in High Mountains Observations and Modeling Posters A11O Advances in High Resolution Climate Modeling I A11P Advances in Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation I A11Q b Air Pollution Greenhouse Gases and Emissions in East Asia and Its Interactions with the World I m A11R Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes and Turbulence I s Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3002 SH SM DI MR S T V A11S Earth System Change from Space From EOS to Suomi NPP I A11T 8 00 A.M. Identifying Links between the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation and 8 00 A.M. Climate Extremes I A11U Processes and Linkages in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Observations and Models I Biogeosciences l B11A 8 00 A.M. l l l l l l l Biogeochemical Cycling of Oxyanion-Forming Metals and Metalloids in Moscone South 8 00 A.M. the Environment I Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall B11B Carbon and Water Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems during the Anthropocene I Posters B11C 8 00 A.M. Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2004 Moscone South l Poster Hall Carbon Dynamics in Tropical Arctic Boreal Coastal and Wetland-DomMoscone South 8 00 A.M. inant Regions I Posters v Poster Hall l B11D Ecological (A)synchrony of Forest Responses to Climate I Posters B11E 8 00 A.M. Global Nitrous Oxide Budget Magnitude Sources and Drivers I Posters 8 00 A.M. l B11F Microbial Geochemistry and Geomicrobiology From DNA to Rock I Posters B11G 8 00 A.M. Coastal Blue Carbon Recent Advances in Measurement and Modeling I 8 00 A.M. m B11H Coupling the Nitrogen and Carbon Cycles of Terrestrial Ecosystems Understanding the Nexus between Land Management and GHG Mitigation Strategies I B11I 8 00 A.M. Integrating Biogeochemical and Microbiological Approaches to Under8 00 A.M. stand Ecosystem Processes and Responses to Environmental Change I B11J Quantifying Uncertainties and Merging Observations Experiments and Models for Improving Estimation Mapping and Forecasting of Terrestrial Ecosystem Dynamics I Cryosphere 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l C11A Altimetry of the Polar Regions I Posters C11B Antarctic Meteorology and Climatology Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3007 m m m C11C High Mountain Asia s Cryosphere Systems Dynamics and Hazards I Posters C11D Chemical Exchange between Air Snow and Ice From the Micro to the Global Scale I 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 129 C11E Remote Sensing of Glaciers I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V 130 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 303 m m l Study of Earth s Deep Interior DI11A Heterogeneity in Earth s Deep Interior From Natural and Laboratory Observations to Theoretical Models I Posters DI11B b The Dynamics and Evolution of the Interacting Core and Mantle Insights from Paleomagnetic Data Simulations and Experiments I m Education ED11A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 309 m Best Practices in Meaningful and Authentic Science Outreach to Formal Moscone South 8 00 A.M. and Informal Audiences Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 307 l ED11B Demonstrations Hands-on Activities and Simple Measurements for Education Posters ED11C Effective K-12 Collaborations for Broader Impact Efforts Posters ED11D Tools Resources and Lessons Learned for Scientists and Engineers Engaging in Education Outreach and Communication I Posters l l l ED11E Climate Literacy Science and Solutions in Multidisciplinary Higher Education I ED11F b Teaching about the Earth in the Context of Societal Issues I m m Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l m m EP11A Coastal Geomorphology and Morphodynamics I Posters EP11B Recent Advances in Tectonic Geomorphology Dates Rates Models and Beyond II Posters EP11C Emerging Trends Novel Applications and Applied Studies in Detrital Geochronology I Geodesy 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2002 l l l l l l G11A New Frontiers Challenges and Opportunities for Vertical Motion Observations and Glacial Isostatic Adjustment Modeling I Posters G11B Separating and Explaining Multiple Signals in Geodetic Data I Posters G11C GRACE GRACE Follow-on and Beyond I Global Environmental Change 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l GC11A Climate and Environmental Changes in Arid Central and East Asia I Posters GC11B Current and Future Hydroclimate Changes I Posters GC11C Interdisciplinary Approaches to Sustaining Agriculture in a Water-Poor World Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l m m m m m m m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3003 SH SM DI MR S T V GC11D Linking Climate Drivers to Biological Response from Species to Ecosystems I Posters GC11E Natural and Anthropogenic Drivers of Hydroclimatic Change in Western North America I GC11F b The Third Pole Environment (TPE) under Global Changes I Hydrology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l m m m m H11A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 2020 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3016 m m Advances in Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis of Earth and Environmental Systems Models II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l H11B b 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Evapotranspiration Advances in In Situ Measurements and Remote Sensing Based Modeling Approaches I Posters H11C Advances in Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis of Earth and Environmental Systems Models I H11D Blue and Green Water in the Mountains Water Supply Extreme Events and Ecological Responses in Snow and Glacier-fed Catchments I H11E Fluid-Rock Interactions Controlling Structure Flow and Transport in the Subsurface I H11F b New Frontiers in Water Resources Achieving Water Resource Security in Times of Climate Change Urbanization and Agricultural Expansion I H11G Utilizing Precipitation Datasets and Quantifying Associated Uncertainties in Hydrometeorological and Climate Impact Applications I m m H11H b Water Energy and Society in Urban Systems I Earth and Space Science Informatics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2000 Moscone North m 110 m m m l IN11B Achieving Deep Learning by Systemizing Machine Learning with Big Data Engines I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l IN11A Advanced Information Systems to Support Climate Projection Data Analysis I Posters IN11C Model Optimization for Multicriteria Decision Making Posters IN11D Quantum Annealing for Earth and Space Science Applications Posters IN11E Architecture and Integration Testbed for Earth Space Science Cyberinfrastructures I IN11F Intelligent Systems for Geosciences Practices Technologies and Applications of Advanced Reasoning that Are Defining New Frontiers and Accelerating Scientific Discovery Posters (Lightning) Mineral and Rock Physics l l l 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 131 MR11A Emulating Planetary Interiors in the Laboratory Mineral Physics ExperiMoscone South 8 00 A.M. ments and Simulations I Posters Poster Hall MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 301 SH SM DI MR S T V 132 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 302 8 00 A.M. l l l MR11B Advanced Experimental Computational and Analytical Techniques for Mineralogy and Mineral Physics I Nonlinear Geophysics NG11A Models Data and Symmetries Development and Insights into Complex Phenomena from Theory to Applications in the Geosciences I Natural Hazards Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l NH11A 8 00 A.M. Moscone South l Poster Hall New Geophysical Methods for Understanding Geohazards in Urban Basins I Posters NH11B Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in the Geosciences I Posters Ocean Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3011 Moscone West 3014 Moscone South Poster Hall OS11A Humans in Earth and Ocean Systems Measuring and Modeling the Anthropocene I Posters Equatorial Dynamics Indo-Pacific Sea Level Variability Observations OS11B b and Modeling of Recent El Nino Events and Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Indian Ocean Science Projects I OS11C Toward an International Coastal Ocean Radar Network Technology 8 00 A.M. Development Research Demonstration and Operational Applications I Planetary Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2007 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l P11A Detection and Direct Imaging of Habitable Exoplanets Progress and Future I Posters P11B High-Silica Materials on Mars Observations Processes and Analogs Posters P11C Polarimetry as an Invaluable Tool to Study the Solar System and Beyond Posters P11D Mars Upper Atmosphere Ionosphere Solar Wind Interactions and Escape I P11E Solar System Topography I Public Affairs 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 304 Moscone South 104 m m m l l PA11A Arctic Science Knowledge Transfer Improving Decision Making for a Sustainable North Posters PA11B Building Sustained Capacity to Use Earth Observations to Enhance Environmental Management Decisions Actions and Policy Posters PA11C Independent Science and the Role of Private Sector Funding in the Geosciences I Posters PA11D GEOValue Addressing Best Practices for Assessing the Societal Impact and Value of Geospatial Information Based on Use Cases I The Future of America s Water Understanding the Landscape of Water PA11E b Security Risk and Addressing the Associated Societal and Economic Impacts I (Virtual Session) Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday A.M. l SH SM DI MR S T V Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology PP11A Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2012 m Authigenic Processes in Marine Sediment Influence on Seawater ComMoscone South 8 00 A.M. position and the Paleoceanographic Record I Posters Poster Hall PP11B Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2003 m Diagenesis and Its Effects on Geochemical Records I Posters k PP11C Polar Hydroclimate in a Paleoclimate Context Current Understanding and Future Challenges Posters PP11D b Abrupt Climate Change Causes Mechanisms and Consequences I PP11E b How Fast How Far How Much Paleoconstraints on the Extent and 8 00 A.M. Rates of Retreat in Marine-Terminating Glaciers Ice Sheets and Sea Ice I Seismology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 305 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l S11A Imaging the Earth I Theory and Methods at Reservoir and Local Scales I Posters S11B Macroseismic Data Challenges Opportunties and Insights Posters S11C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. On the Seismoacoustic Field of Natural and Manmade Sources I Posters 8 00 A.M. S11D Seismology Contributions Advances in Instrumentation and Installation I Posters S11E Physics of Earthquake Rupture Propagation I SPA-Aeronomy 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2016 SA11A Advances in Low-Latitude Aeronomy from Space- and Ground-Based Observations I SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l SH11A Organizing and Understanding Solar and Heliospheric Data for Discovery I Posters SH11B Science of Space Weather Interactions with Space Technologies Posters 8 00 A.M. SH11C Space Weather Forecasting Science Operations and Missing Information I Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Moscone West 2011 SH11D New Observations and Recent Results for Solar X-Ray Spectral Measure8 00 A.M. ments and Their Applications for Earth s Atmosphere I m SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 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Poster Hall l l l l l l SM11A A Century of Ring Current Investigations The Quest to Predict It I Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 133 SM11C Assessing the National Space Weather Action Plan Implications for Space Weather Research I Posters SM11B Interactions Across the Spectrum of Inner Magnetosphere Plasma I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2018 SH SM m DI MR S T V 134 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. l l l l l l SM11D Magnetospheric Response to Transient Solar Wind Phenomena I Tectonophysics Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 308 m m m l l l l T11A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Asian Tectonics From Continental Collision to Subduction I Posters T11B Characterizing the Evolution of Craton Margins I Posters T11C NW Pacific Marginal Basins Geodynamics and Hazard I Posters T11D The Aleutian-Alaska Arc Volcanic and Tectonic Processes I Posters T11E Evolution and Mechanics of Low-Angle Normal-Sense Detachment Faults and Their Relationship to Metamorphic Core Complexes and Gneiss Domes I T11F 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 103 Interpreting the Geometry Rheology and Deformation Mechanisms of Moscone South 8 00 A.M. the Slow Earthquake Source I X 306 T11G Neotectonics Seismology and Surface Processes in South and East Asia I Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 102 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l V11A Using Tephrostratigraphy to Reconstruct the Eruptive History of a Volcanic Region Posters V11B Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology General Contributions Mantle and Crustal Petrology I Posters V11C Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology General Contributions Monitoring and Volcanic Processes II Posters V11D b Earth s Early Days The Hadean and Early Archean I V11E Oceanic Arcs and the Evolution of Crust Results from IODP Expeditions Moscone South to the Izu-Ogasawara-Mariana Arc System and Other Advances from 8 00 A.M. 310 Pacific Island Arcs I UNION U12A Observing Earth s Water from Space Scientific Opportunities and SocieMoscone West 10 20 A.M. tal Applications (Virtual Session) 2022 2024 Atmospheric Sciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3006 m m m m m m A12A Advances in High Resolution Climate Modeling II A12B b Air Pollution Greenhouse Gases and Emissions in East Asia and Its Interactions with the World II A12C Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes and Turbulence II s Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3012 SH SM DI MR S T V A12D Identifying Links between the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation and Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Climate Extremes II 3004 A12E Processes and Linkages in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Observations and Models II Atmospheric and Space Electricity 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3001 AE12A Atmospheric and Space Electricity General Contributions I Biogeosciences Moscone West 2006 m B12A Coastal Blue Carbon Recent Advances in Measurement and Modeling II 10 20 A.M. B12B 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2004 Integrating Biogeochemical and Microbiological Approaches to UnderMoscone West 10 20 A.M. stand Ecosystem Processes and Responses to Environmental Change II 2010 B12C Quantifying Uncertainties and Merging Observations Experiments and Models for Improving Estimation Mapping and Forecasting of Terrestrial Ecosystem Dynamics II B12D The Bioatmospheric N Cycle N Emissions Transformations Deposition Moscone West 10 20 A.M. and Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystem Impacts I 2008 Cryosphere 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3009 C12A Dust Black Carbon and Other Aerosols in the Cryosphere I C12B Observing and Understanding Changes in Polar Ice Sheets and Glaciers Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Using Ground Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing I 3007 Education 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 307 ED12A Climate Literacy Science and Solutions in Multidisciplinary Higher Education II Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2003 m m EP12A Extracting Landscape Dynamics from the Sedimentary Record I n EP12B Mapping and Monitoring Arctic Coastal Dynamics I Geodesy 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2002 m m m m G12A Mass Transport and Mass Distribution in the Earth System I Global Environmental Change 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2020 Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3005 m m m m m m m m m m GC12A b Human and Ecosystem Health in a Changing World I (Virtual Session) GC12B Quantitative Methods for Addressing Model Uncertainties in Climate and Hydrology Projections and Prioritizing Measurement Needs I 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 135 GC12C b The Third Pole Environment (TPE) under Global Changes II m MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday A.M. 10 20 A.M. m Moscone South 309 SH SM DI MR S T V 136 2016 AGU FALL MEETING m Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism m GP12A b PL-O Coupling Connecting Planetary Lithospheres to Outer Cores Hydrology 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m m m m m m m H12A Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 3018 Characterization Modeling and Remediation of Fissured Carbonate and Karst Groundwater Systems I Moscone West 3020 H12B b 10 20 A.M. Evapotranspiration Advances in In Situ Measurements and Remote Sensing Based Modeling Approaches II H12C Fluid-Rock Interactions Controlling Structure Flow and Transport in the Subsurface II H12D 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3016 Utilizing Precipitation Datasets and Quantifying Associated UncertainMoscone West 10 20 A.M. ties in Hydrometeorological and Climate Impact Applications II 3022 H12E b Water Energy and Society in Urban Systems II Earth and Space Science Informatics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2000 IN12A b Big Data Analytics I Mineral and Rock Physics MR12A Advanced Experimental Computational and Analytical Techniques for Moscone South 10 20 A.M. Mineralogy and Mineral Physics II 301 Nonlinear Geophysics 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 302 NG12A Fracking Triggering Cascades and Power Scaling in Natural Systems I Natural Hazards 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 104 m m m m m m m NH12A b Asteroids Impact Risk and Planetary Defense I (Virtual Session) NH12B Industry Perspectives on Natural Hazards and Disaser Science Research Moscone South 10 20 A.M. Needs and Opportunities 308 Ocean Sciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3011 m m m m m m m Equatorial Dynamics Indo-Pacific Sea Level Variability Observations OS12A b and Modeling of Recent El Nino Events and Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Indian Ocean Science Projects II OS12B b Marine Geohazards I (Virtual Session) OS12C Turbidity Current Processes Observation Modeling and Geological Records I Planetary Sciences 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2007 P12A Mars Upper Atmosphere Ionosphere Solar Wind Interactions and Escape II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday A.M. 10 20 A.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V Public Affairs Moscone North 110 PA12A Moscone South 10 20 A.M. 304 Developing a Knowledge Base Linking Earth Observations to Societal Information Needs Posters (Lightning) Geoethics and Scientific Integrity The Keys to Advancing the GeosciPA12B b ences and a Healthy Planet Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 10 20 A.M. m How Fast How Far How Much Paleoconstraints on the Extent and PP12C b Rates of Retreat in Marine-Terminating Glaciers Ice Sheets and Sea Ice II Moscone West 2012 m Seismology 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 303 Moscone South 305 S12A Physics of Earthquake Rupture Propagation II S12B Reliability of the Green s Function Extracted from Ambient Noise I SPA-Aeronomy 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2016 SA12A Advances in Low-Latitude Aeronomy from Space- and Ground-Based Observations II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2011 Moscone West 2009 m SH12A Energy Dissipation and Particle Energization in Turbulent Plasmas I SH12B Synergies Amidst the Magnetic Environment of Solar Eruptions I SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2018 SM12A Upstream Processes and Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling I Tectonophysics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 103 Moscone South 306 m T12A Neotectonics Seismology and Surface Processes in South and East Asia II T12B Strain Localization in the Lithosphere From Experiments to Nature I Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology V12A Magma Plumbing Transport and Eruption at Basaltic Volcanoes Focus Moscone South 10 20 A.M. on Hawaii and La R union Systems I 310 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 102 m 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 137 V12B b What Do We Really Know about Early Earth I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday P.M. 12 30 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone North Hall E SH SM DI MR S T V 138 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l UNION Presidential Forum (Virtual Session) U13A Earth s Future The Food-Water-Energy Nexus (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l A13A Advances in High Resolution Climate Modeling III Posters A13B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Air Pollution Greenhouse Gases and Emissions in East Asia and Its Interactions with the World III Posters A13C Coupling of Cloud Processes with the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Posters s A13D Earth System Change from Space From EOS to Suomi NPP II Posters A13E 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3006 m m m Identifying Links between the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation and Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Climate Extremes III Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3010 l m l A13F Intraseasonal to Interannual Variability of the Asian Monsoon in a Changing Climate I Posters A13G Processes and Linkages in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Observations and Models III Posters A13H The Underappreciated Aerosol Coarse Mode Posters A13I Useful and Usable Data What Makes Climate Science Actionable Posters A13J b Emissions and Tropospheric Photochemistry on the Urban Scale I A13K Impacts of Land-Atmosphere Interactions in the Tibetan Plateau on Weather and Climate Observations and Modeling I A13L Improving Physical Process Representation in Global Models I A13M Mineral Dust Aerosols From SmallScale Insights to LargeScale Understanding I m A13N b Novel Methods and Technologies for Emission Monitoring and Exposure Assessment to Hazardous Air Pollutants I Atmospheric and Space Electricity 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall AE13A Atmospheric and Space Electricity General Contributions II Posters Biogeosciences 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l B13A Coastal Blue Carbon Recent Advances in Measurement and Modeling III Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l SH SM DI MR S T V B13B Moscone South Poster Hall l Coupling the Nitrogen and Carbon Cycles of Terrestrial Ecosystems Understanding the Nexus between Land Management and GHG Mitigation Strategies II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall B13C From Land to Sea Rivers as Integrated Signal of Watershed Processes Climate and Land-Use Change I Posters B13D Integrating Biogeochemical and Microbiological Approaches to UnderMoscone South stand Ecosystem Processes and Responses to Environmental Change 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall IV Posters 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2006 m m m m B13E Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall m Quantifying Uncertainties and Merging Observations Experiments and Models for Improving Estimation Mapping and Forecasting of Terrestrial Ecosystem Dynamics III Posters Moscone South Poster Hall B13F The Bioatmospheric N Cycle N Emissions Transformations Deposition and Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystem Impacts II Posters B13G Understanding Microbial Life in the Subsurface through Interdisciplinary Approaches I B13H 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2008 Carbon Dynamics in Tropical Arctic Boreal Coastal and Wetland-Dom1 40 P.M. inant Regions II v m m B13I Global Nitrous Oxide Budget Magnitude Sources and Drivers II B13J Integrating Biogeochemical and Microbiological Approaches to Under1 40 P.M. stand Ecosystem Processes and Responses to Environmental Change III Cryosphere 1 40 P.M. l C13A Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Chemical Exchange between Air Snow and Ice From the Micro to the Global Scale II Posters l Moscone South Poster Hall l C13B Dust Black Carbon and Other Aerosols in the Cryosphere II Posters C13C 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 3009 Observing and Understanding Changes in Polar Ice Sheets and Glaciers Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Using Ground Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing II Posters Poster Hall C13D Remote Sensing of Glaciers II Posters C13E Altimetry of the Polar Regions II m m m m m m C13F Quantifying Spatial and Temporal Variability of Snow and Snow Processes I Study of Earth s Deep Interior 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 303 l l l l DI13A The Dynamics and Evolution of the Interacting Core and Mantle Insights from Paleomagnetic Data Simulations and Experiments II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 139 DI13B Heterogeneity in Earth s Deep Interior From Natural and Laboratory Observations to Theoretical Models II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l SH SM DI MR S T V 140 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l m l m l m m Education ED13A Bringing Science Communication into Curricula Posters ED13B Climate Literacy Science and Solutions in Multidisciplinary Higher Education III Posters ED13C 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 309 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Earth Surface Modeling for Education Adaptation Successes and Challenges Posters n ED13D Service Learning in the Geosciences Posters ED13E Teaching about the Earth in the Context of Societal Issues II Posters ED13F Tools Resources and Lessons Learned for Scientists and Engineers Engaging in Education Outreach and Communication II Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l EP13A Emerging Trends Novel Applications and Applied Studies in Detrital Geochronology II Posters EP13B 1 40 P.M. l Extracting Landscape Dynamics from the Sedimentary Record II Posters Moscone South 1 40 P.M. n Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2005 l m EP13C 1 40 P.M. Mapping and Monitoring Arctic Coastal Dynamics II Posters EP13D Coastal Geomorphology and Morphodynamics II Geodesy 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2004 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l G13A GRACE GRACE Follow-on and Beyond II Posters G13B Mass Transport and Mass Distribution in the Earth System II Posters G13C New Frontiers Challenges and Opportunities for Vertical Motion Observations and Glacial Isostatic Adjustment Modeling II Global Environmental Change l l l GC13A 1 40 P.M. Betting on Climate Change Prediction Markets Risk Assessment InsurMoscone South 1 40 P.M. ance Scientific Consensus and Policy Decisions Posters Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall l GC13B Human and Ecosystem Health in a Changing World II Posters l l GC13C Impacts of Climate Change on Watershed Scale Hydrologic Processes in Moscone South 1 40 P.M. the Pacific Rim Region Posters Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l GC13D Livestock Land Use and the Environment Posters GC13E Natural and Anthropogenic Drivers of Hydroclimatic Change in Western North America II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m m m m SH SM DI MR S T V GC13F Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3005 Quantitative Methods for Addressing Model Uncertainties in Climate and Hydrology Projections and Prioritizing Measurement Needs II Posters Moscone South l Poster Hall GC13G Techniques for Identifying Signals and Diagnosing Their Causes in Geophysical and Environmental Data Posters GC13H b Current and Future Hydroclimate Changes II GC13I b 1 40 P.M. Linking Climate Drivers to Biological Response from Species to Ecosystems II GC13J b The Third Pole Environment (TPE) under Global Changes III Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 302 m GP13A b Planetary Magnetism and Paleomagnetism I Hydrology 1 40 P.M. l l l l H13A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l Advances in Water Quality Posters Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall H13K Advancing Ecohydrology with Geophysics Posters H13B Biofuel-Induced Land Use Change Impacts on Hydrology Water Quality and Carbon and Evapotranspiration Dynamics Posters H13L Blue and Green Water in the Mountains Water Supply Extreme Events and Ecological Responses in Snow and Glacier-fed Catchments II Posters H13I Characterization Modeling and Remediation of Fissured Carbonate and Karst Groundwater Systems II Posters H13H Complexities of Flow and Transport in Porous Media across Diverse Disciplines II Posters H13G 1 40 P.M. Conventional Enhanced and Emerging Geothermal Systems CharacMoscone South terization Integration Stimulation Simulation Induced Seismicity and 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Reservoir Energy Management II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l H13F Fluid-Rock Interactions Controlling Structure Flow and Transport in the Subsurface III Posters l l l H13M Innovative Green Gray and Hybrid Infrastructure Design and Decision Support for Urban Stormwater Management Posters Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l H13D New Frontiers in Water Resources Achieving Water Resource Security in Times of Climate Change Urbanization and Agricultural Expansion II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 141 H13E b Saturated and Unsaturated Preferential Flow and Transport across Hydrological Scales in the Critical Zone Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l l l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday P.M. Moscone South l 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3018 m m SH SM DI MR S T V 142 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3020 m m H13J Utilizing Precipitation Datasets and Quantifying Associated UncertainMoscone South 1 40 P.M. ties in Hydrometeorological and Climate Impact Applications III Posters Poster Hall H13C Water Energy and Society in Urban Systems III Posters H13N Complexities of Flow and Transport in Porous Media across Diverse Disciplines I H13O 1 40 P.M. m m m Conventional Enhanced and Emerging Geothermal Systems Characterization Integration Stimulation Simulation Induced Seismicity and 1 40 P.M. Reservoir Energy Management I Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3022 m m m m m m H13P Drought Monitoring Prediction and Links to Evapotranspiration and Evaporative Demand I H13Q b 1 40 P.M. Global Floods Forecasting Monitoring Risk Assessment and Socioeco1 40 P.M. nomic Response I (Virtual Session) H13R Global Precipitation Measurement Validation and Applications I Earth and Space Science Informatics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m IN13A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2000 Architecture and Integration Testbed for Earth Space Science Cyberinfrastructures II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall IN13B Big Data Analytics II Posters IN13C Intelligent Systems for Geosciences Practices Technologies and Applications of Advanced Reasoning that Are Defining New Frontiers and Accelerating Scientific Discovery Posters IN13D b Advanced Information Systems to Support Climate Projection Data Analysis II m IN13E 1 40 P.M. Exploring Value in Our Research Products Approaches to Assessment of Research Products Such as Data Sets Metadata and Research Software within a Policy Framework that Supports Scalable Reusable Sustainable and Open-Access Outcomes for Research and Societal Benefit Moscone West 2002 Mineral and Rock Physics 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall m m m MR13A Advanced Experimental Computational and Analytical Techniques for Mineralogy and Mineral Physics III Posters MR13B Emulating Planetary Interiors in the Laboratory Mineral Physics ExperiMoscone South 1 40 P.M. ments and Simulations II 301 Nonlinear Geophysics 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall NG13A Models Data and Symmetries Development and Insights into Complex Phenomena from Theory to Applications in the Geosciences II Posters Natural Hazards 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l NH13A Asteroids Impact Risk and Planetary Defense II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday P.M. Moscone South m 1 40 P.M. 310 SH SM DI MR S T V m NH13B b Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in the Geosciences II Near Surface Geophysics 1 40 P.M. m NS13A b Advances in Exploration Geophysics I Moscone West 3024 m Ocean Sciences 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l m m l m OS13A Equatorial Dynamics Indo-Pacific Sea Level Variability Observations and Modeling of Recent El Nino Events and Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Indian Ocean Science Projects III Posters 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3011 OS13B Toward an International Coastal Ocean Radar Network Technology Development Research Demonstration and Operational Applications II Posters OS13C Turbidity Current Processes Observation Modeling and Geological Records II Posters OS13D b Marine Geohazards II (Half Session) OS13E The Atmosphere Ocean Their Interaction and Marine Ecosystem Responses within the Maritime Continent I Planetary Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2020 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall P13A Mars Upper Atmosphere Ionosphere Solar Wind Interactions and Escape IV Posters P13B Solar System Topography II Posters P13C b Detection and Direct Imaging of Habitable Exoplanets Progress and Future II (Virtual Session) P13D Mars Upper Atmosphere Ionosphere Solar Wind Interactions and Escape III Public Affairs 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 304 l l l l PA13A Developing a Knowledge Base Linking Earth Observations to Societal Information Needs Posters PA13B b El Ni o Impacts and Responses Lessons from the 2015 2016 Event Posters PA13C GEOValue Addressing Best Practices for Assessing the Societal Impact and Value of Geospatial Information Based on Use Cases II Posters PA13D The Future of America s Water Understanding the Landscape of Water Security Risk and Addressing the Associated Societal and Economic Impacts II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 143 PA13E The National Space Weather Action Plan Five Benchmarks for Extreme Space Weather Events m m m m MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l SH SM DI MR S T V 144 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology PP13A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2003 m How Fast How Far How Much Paleoconstraints on the Extent and Rates of Retreat in Marine-Terminating Glaciers Ice Sheets and Sea Ice III Posters PP13B Limnogeology and Paleolimnology I Posters PP13C b Abrupt Climate Change Causes Mechanisms and Consequences II PP13D Authigenic Processes in Marine Sediment Influence on Seawater Composition and the Paleoceanographic Record II Seismology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 305 Moscone South 103 Moscone South 307 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l S13A Macroscopic Earthquake Source Parameter Studies From Basic to Application I Posters S13B Reliability of the Green s Function Extracted from Ambient Noise II Posters S13C b Imaging the Earth I Theory and Methods at Reservoir and Local Scales II S13D On the Seismoacoustic Field of Natural and Manmade Sources II S13E Physics of Earthquake Rupture Propagation III SPA-Aeronomy 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2007 Moscone South Poster Hall m m SA13A Advances in Low-Latitude Aeronomy from Space- and Ground-Based Observations III Posters SA13B Aeronomy General Contributions I SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics l l SH13A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. New Observations and Recent Results for Solar X-Ray Spectral MeasureMoscone South 1 40 P.M. ments and Their Applications for Earth s Atmosphere II Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2011 m SH13B Sun-to-Earth Evolution and Characteristics of Geoeffective Solar Eruptions I Posters SH13C Synergies Amidst the Magnetic Environment of Solar Eruptions II Posters SH13D Kappa Distributions Theory and Applications in Space Plasmas I m SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l SM13B Magnetospheric Response to Transient Solar Wind Phenomena II Posters SM13A Upstream Processes and Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2018 Moscone West 2016 SH SM DI MR S T V SM13C Interactions Across the Spectrum of Inner Magnetosphere Plasma II SM13D Multiscale Structure and Dynamics of Earth s Dayside Magnetopause Results from the First MMS Dayside Season I Tectonophysics 1 40 P.M. l l l l T13A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 102 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 306 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Bridging Tectonics and Earthquake Cycles I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l T13B Characterization of Oceanic Crust Ridge to Trench Evolution I Posters T13C Exploring the Theory of Plate Tectonics The Nature and Role of the Mantle Lithosphere I Posters T13D Neotectonics Seismology and Surface Processes in South and East Asia III T13E Strain Localization in the Lithosphere From Experiments to Nature II m Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall V13A Earth s Early Days The Hadean and Early Archean II Posters V13B Magmatic and Tectonic Influences on Elemental Cycling and Earth s Climate and Oxidation State Posters V13C 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 104 Moscone South 308 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l Oceanic Arcs and the Evolution of Crust Results from IODP Expeditions Moscone South to the Izu-Ogasawara-Mariana Arc System and Other Advances from 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Pacific Island Arcs II Posters V13D Tectonochemistry I Posters V13E What Do We Really Know about Early Earth II Posters V13F Crystal Records of the Timescales and Thermal Evolution of Plutonic Hydrothermal and Volcanic Systems I V13G What Can Pyroclasts Tell Us I UNION 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2020 U14A Determining Matured Science Utility Cases and Formats (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3008 m m m m m A14A b Emissions and Tropospheric Photochemistry on the Urban Scale II 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 145 A14B Impacts of Land-Atmosphere Interactions in the Tibetan Plateau on Weather and Climate Observations and Modeling II A14C Mineral Dust Aerosols From SmallScale Insights to LargeScale Understanding II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3012 SH SM DI MR S T V 146 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 4 00 P.M. m A14D Multiscale Modeling of the Atmosphere I (Half Session) A14E b Novel Methods and Technologies for Emission Monitoring and Exposure Assessment to Hazardous Air Pollutants II Biogeosciences Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2004 m m m m B14A b 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2010 Biogeochemical Cycling of Oxyanion-Forming Metals and Metalloids in the Environment II B14B Carbon and Water Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems during the Anthropocene II B14C Ecological (A)synchrony of Forest Responses to Climate II B14D Microbial Geochemistry and Geomicrobiology From DNA to Rock II Cryosphere 4 00 P.M. m C14A 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m Altimetry of the Polar Regions III Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3009 m Moscone West 3007 m C14B High Mountain Asia s Cryosphere Systems Dynamics and Hazards II C14C Quantifying Spatial and Temporal Variability of Snow and Snow Processes II m m Study of Earth s Deep Interior 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 303 DI14A Heterogeneity in Earth s Deep Interior From Natural and Laboratory Observations to Theoretical Models III Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2007 Moscone West 2005 m m EP14A Coastal Geomorphology and Morphodynamics III EP14B Recent Advances in Tectonic Geomorphology Dates Rates Models and Beyond II Geodesy 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2002 m m m m G14A Separating and Explaining Multiple Signals in Geodetic Data II Global Environmental Change 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3003 m GC14A Climate and Environmental Changes in Arid Central and East Asia II GC14B b Current and Future Hydroclimate Changes III Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 302 GP14C Full Geomagnetic Field Variation in the Past New Palaeomagnetic Data from Archaeological Artifacts Lava Flows and Sedimentary Records I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Monday P.M. Moscone West 3020 m m m m m m m m m m SH SM DI MR S T V Hydrology H14A 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m Citizen Science Low-Cost Sensors and Remote Sensing Applications in 4 00 P.M. Data-Scarce Regions I Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3018 m H14B Drought Monitoring Prediction and Links to Evapotranspiration and Evaporative Demand II H14C Global Precipitation Measurement Validation and Applications II H14D Hydrochronology Advances in Tracer Methods and Modeling of Residence Times in Hydrology I H14E b 4 00 P.M. Hydroclimatic Extremes Drought I (Virtual Session) H14F b Hydrologic Processes in Soils From Observation to Quantification I Earth and Space Science Informatics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2000 IN14A b Achieving Deep Learning by Systemizing Machine Learning with Big Data Engines II Mineral and Rock Physics 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 301 m m MR14A Elasticity Plasticity and Microstructures in Planetary Interiors I Natural Hazards 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 310 m m m m NH14A New Geophysical Methods for Understanding Geohazards in Urban Basins II Near Surface Geophysics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3024 m m NS14A b Advances in Exploration Geophysics II Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3011 OS14A Humans in Earth and Ocean Systems Measuring and Modeling the Anthropocene II Planetary Sciences 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 P14A b Shoemaker Lecture (Virtual Session) Public Affairs 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 Moscone South 309 m m PA14A b Independent Science and the Role of Private Sector Funding in the Geosciences II PA14B b Tools for Improving Preparedness and Resilience for Climate Impacts Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2003 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 147 PP14A b Abrupt Climate Change Causes Mechanisms and Consequences III MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Monday P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2012 SH SM DI MR S T V 148 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 4 00 P.M. m PP14B b Diagenesis and Its Effects on Geochemical Records II k Seismology Moscone South 307 Moscone South 305 Moscone South 103 m m S14A b 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales I S14B Physics of Earthquake Rupture Propagation IV S14C Seismology Contributions Advances in Instrumentation and Installation II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2011 Moscone West 2009 m m SH14A Sun-to-Earth Evolution and Characteristics of Geoeffective Solar Eruptions II SH14B Waves Oscillations and Instabilities in Solar and Heliospheric Plasma Structures I SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2018 Moscone West 2016 m m m SM14A A Century of Ring Current Investigations The Quest to Predict It II SM14B Multiscale Structure and Dynamics of Earth s Dayside Magnetopause Results from the First MMS Dayside Season II Tectonophysics 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 304 Moscone South 306 Moscone South 102 m m T14A Neotectonics Seismology and Surface Processes in South and East Asia IV T14B Strain Localization in the Lithosphere From Experiments to Nature III T14C The Aleutian-Alaska Arc Volcanic and Tectonic Processes II Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 308 V14A What Can Pyroclasts Tell Us II Atmospheric Sciences 5 00 P.M. Moscone West 3012 A14F Beyond the Interannual Multidecadal and Centennial Modes of Climate Variability (Half Session) I Planetary Sciences 5 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S T V P14B b Whipple Lecture (Virtual Session) Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2020 UNION U21A Adding Health to Climate Literacy Insights into the USGCRP Climate Health Assessment for the Geoscience Community (Virtual Session) Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l SH SM DI MR S T V Atmospheric Sciences Moscone South Poster Hall A21A Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l l Advances in Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation II Posters A21B Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Beyond the Interannual Multidecadal and Centennial Modes of Climate Variability II Posters A21C Emissions and Tropospheric Photochemistry on the Urban Scale III Posters l A21D Impacts of Land-Atmosphere Interactions in the Tibetan Plateau on Weather and Climate Observations and Modeling III Posters A21E Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m Mineral Dust Aerosols From SmallScale Insights to LargeScale UnderMoscone South 8 00 A.M. standing III Posters Poster Hall l A21F Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 2002 Moscone West 3008 m m m m m m m Multiscale Modeling of the Atmosphere II Posters A21G Novel Methods and Technologies for Emission Monitoring and Exposure Assessment to Hazardous Air Pollutants III Posters A21H Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing Techniques and Theories I A21I 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes and Turbulence III s m m A21J b Bjerknes Lecture (Virtual Session) A21K Earth Observations from the L1 (Lagrangian Point No. 1) I A21L Fog Atmosphere Biosphere Land and Ocean Interactions I s m A21M b Global Convection Hydrology and Climate I A21N The East Asian Monsoon Past Present Future I m Atmospheric and Space Electricity 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3001 AE21A Atmospheric and Space Electricity General Contributions III Biogeosciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l B21A b Biochar A Biomass Product Sinking Greenhouse Gases and Remediating Water and Soil Posters B21B Constraining Ecosystem Carbon Uptake and Long-Term Storage using Models and Data I Posters B21C Crystallization by Particle Attachment A New Paradigm for BiomineralMoscone South 8 00 A.M. ization Posters Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 149 B21D b Efficacy of Biochar Production and Application Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l l l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V 150 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m B21E Fifteen Years of Geobiology The Significant Highlights and the Future I Posters B21F Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2010 m Gas Fluxes from and into Inland Waters Scaling Based on HydrodynamMoscone South 8 00 A.M. ics and Biogeochemistry I Posters Poster Hall B21G Hydrate Bearing Sediments Characterization Modeling and Thermal Hydrological and Geomechanical Behavior I Posters B21H Investigating Biological Processes Insights from New Stable Isotope Methods I Posters l B21I Soil Carbon Dynamics Soil Carbon Change across Scales I Posters B21J Understanding the Mechanisms of Carbon Allocation and the Impacts on the Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon and Water Cycles Posters B21K 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. From Land to Sea Rivers as Integrated Signal of Watershed Processes Climate and Land-Use Change II m B21L Natural Wetlands and Open Waters in the Global Methane Cycle Modeling Observations Syntheses and Challenges I B21M b The Role of Fire in the Carbon Cycle Quantification and Characterization of Emissions Fluxes and Sequestration Potential I B21N Understanding Mechanisms Governing Ecosystem Biogeochemical Cycling in the Solid Liquid and Gas Phase Physiology vs. Physics and Chemistry I Cryosphere l l C21A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 3009 Moscone South Poster Hall Integrating Observations and Models to Better Understand a Changing Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Arctic Sea Ice Cover I Posters Poster Hall C21B Modeling of the Cryosphere Glaciers and Ice Sheets I Posters C21C Variability in the Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Ocean and Atmosphere Interactions III Posters l m l m l m C21D b Advances in Understanding Processes at the Beds of Glaciers and Ice Sheets I C21E Processes and Properties of Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice I Study of Earth s Deep Interior 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 304 DI21A Advances in Computational Solid Earth Science I Education 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l ED21A Activities and Assignments that Promote Student Learning in Undergraduate Earth and Environmental Science Classes Posters ED21B Amazing Technologies and Capabilities that Contribute to STEM I Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l l m m m l l l l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 309 SH SM DI MR S T V ED21C Citizen Science with Big Data Intersection of Outreach Crowd-Sourced Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Data and Scientific Research I Posters Poster Hall ED21D Progress toward an Inclusive and Welcoming Geoscience Community Addressing Harassment and Improving Workplace Climate Posters ED21E Educator Student Programs Promoting Authentic Scientific Research I m Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 8 00 A.M. l l l EP21A 8 00 A.M. l Aeolian Research at the Interface of Biophysical Sedimentary and Atmospheric Processes I Posters Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l Moscone South Poster Hall EP21B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone South Poster Hall Bridging Boundaries in Surface Dynamics of Estuarine Coastal and Marine Systems using Models Laboratory Studies and Observations I Posters n l EP21C The Importance of the Granular Scale in Earth and Planetary Surface Processes I Posters l l m l l l EP21D The Resurgence of Photogrammetry in Earth Science Applications I Posters EP21E Coastal Geomorphology and Morphodynamics IV Geodesy 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3002 Moscone South Poster Hall m m m m G21A Ocean Altimetry Past Present and Future I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l G21B Scientific and Practical Challenges of Replacing NAD 83 NAVD 88 and IGLD 85 I Posters G21C b Recent Advances in the Application of InSAR and High-Resolution Geodetic Data for Crustal Deformation Research I Global Environmental Change 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South l Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l GC21A Advancing Science of the Arctic System through Integration and Coordination of Observations and Modeling I Posters GC21B Assessing Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change in a Changing Climate using Modeling and Measurements I Posters GC21C Carbon Monitoring Systems Research and Applications I Posters GC21D Climate Change Impacts on Inland Waters I Posters GC21E Impacts and Mitigation for 1.5 C Warming and Other Warming Targets I Posters GC21F Sustained Observations of Rapid Arctic Change Scientific and Technological Advances Observing System Design and Implementation Findings from Long-Term Observations Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 151 The Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR-2) Assessing the GC21G b Last Decades Science of the Carbon Cycle across North America and Adjacent Oceans I Posters l l l MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m m m SH SM DI MR S T V 152 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3003 m l l l l l l GC21H The Third Pole Environment (TPE) under Global Changes IV Posters GC21I Arctic Environmental Change Local Regional Global Drivers and Impacts I GC21J b Negative Emissions Staying Below 2 C I Hydrology H21E 8 00 A.M. Moscone South l Poster Hall Citizen Science Low-Cost Sensors and Remote Sensing Applications in Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Data-Scarce Regions II Posters Poster Hall H21D Drought Monitoring Prediction and Links to Evapotranspiration and Evaporative Demand III Posters H21A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3020 m m Global Floods Forecasting Monitoring Risk Assessment and SocioecoMoscone South 8 00 A.M. nomic Response II Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l H21B Hydrochronology Advances in Tracer Methods and Modeling of Residence Times in Hydrology II Posters H21G Hydroclimatic Extremes Drought II Posters l H21C b Hydrologic Processes in Soils From Observation to Quantification II Posters H21F Science and Applications in Preparation for the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Satellite Mission II Posters l H21H b 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Anthropogenic Impacts on Water Pollution and Water Quality in Rivers I 8 00 A.M. H21I Ecosystem Services Linking Biophysical Processes to Livelihoods and Economies at Local to Global Scales I m m m m m m m H21J Fluid-Rock Interactions Controlling Structure Flow and Transport in the Subsurface IV H21K Global Precipitation Measurement Validation and Applications III H21L Science and Applications in Preparation for the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Satellite Mission I Earth and Space Science Informatics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone North 110 l l IN21C Benefits and Challenges of Open Source Software and Open Data I Posters IN21B Enabling Cloud Applications for Earth Science Data I Posters IN21A The Priceless Science of Citizen Science Questions Q-Values and QA QC Posters IN21E Advancing netCDF-CF for the Geoscience Community Posters (Lightning) Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2000 SH SM DI MR S T V IN21D b New Approaches to Data Discovery Across Geoscience Domains I Mineral and Rock Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 301 Moscone South Poster Hall l m MR21A Liquids in Planetary Interiors Experiments Calculations and Modeling I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l m l m l m MR21B Physics and Chemistry of the Deep Earth II Posters MR21C Physics and Chemistry of the Deep Earth I Nonlinear Geophysics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 302 Moscone South Poster Hall NG21A Fracking Triggering Cascades and Power Scaling in Natural Systems II Posters NG21B Dynamics across Many Scales in the Geosciences Network Properties Mixing Turbulence and Waves I Natural Hazards l m m l m m m l l NH21A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 104 Moscone South 310 Hydrological Geochemical and Geophysical Responses to Earthquakes Moscone South 8 00 A.M. I Posters Poster Hall NH21B b Multidisciplinary Methods to Estimate the Impact of Climate-Related Extreme Events I NH21C Pracademia Bridging the Gap between Natural Hazards Research and Practice I (Half Session) Near Surface Geophysics 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l NS21A Geophysical Characterization of Cold Regions Hydrology and Permafrost Dynamics I Posters NS21B 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3024 Near Surface Geophysical Applications to Soil Processes Dynamics and Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Agriculture I Posters Poster Hall m m m NS21C Advances of Airborne Survey in Near Surface Geophysics From Geologic Framework Studies to Hazard Investigation I Ocean Sciences 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l OS21A Marine Geohazards III Posters OS21B The Atmosphere Ocean Their Interaction and Marine Ecosystem Responses within the Maritime Continent II Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3011 m OS21C Nearshore Processes I Planetary Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l P21A Advances in Planetary Thermophysics I Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 153 P21B Processes in the Present-Day Atmosphere of Mars I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2007 SH SM DI MR S T V 154 2016 AGU FALL MEETING m P21C The Early Mars Environment Warm and Wet Cold and Wet or Cold and Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Icy I Posters Poster Hall P21D Habitability Preservation of Organic Molecules and Environmental Transitions at Gale Crater Mars I P21E Interaction between Io Volcanic Activity and Jupiter s Magnetosphere I Public Affairs 8 00 A.M. l l PA21A 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Communicating Science through Data-Driven Story Telling Posters Moscone South Poster Hall PA21B GeoHealth-Innovative Research at the Intersection of Geoscience and Health Science I Posters Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall PP21A Abrupt Climate Change Causes Mechanisms and Consequences IV Posters PP21B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2003 Moscone South Poster Hall Advanced Understanding of Tropical Hydroclimate Changes during the Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Late Pleistocene and Holocene I Posters Poster Hall PP21C Paleorecords of Hydroclimate from the Tropics I Posters PP21D b Evolution of the Earth System I PP21E Nutrient Cycling in Past Oceans I Seismology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 307 Moscone South Poster Hall m m m m m S21A Operational Earthquake Forecasting Scientific Advances Validation and Implementation Communication and Uptake I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l S21B Physics of Earthquake Rupture Propagation V Posters S21C b Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales II S21D b 8 00 A.M. Induced and Triggered Earthquakes Theory Observations Impact I Moscone South 8 00 A.M. 305 Moscone South 103 S21E b Macroscopic Earthquake Source Parameter Studies From Basic to Application II SPA-Aeronomy 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2016 l l SA21A Aeronomy General Contributions II Posters SA21B Developing Critical Measurement Strategies in Ionosphere Thermosphere Mesosphere Research Ideas and Priorities I Posters SA21C Current Understanding of the Ionosphere Thermosphere Ionosphere (ITM) Structure Variability Its Impacts and Outstanding Questions I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics Moscone South Poster Hall SH21A Collisionless Shock Waves in Astrophysical Plasmas I Posters SH21B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l Coupling between Neutral and Ionized Matter in the Solar Wind Posters 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2011 m m SH21C Energy Dissipation and Particle Energization in Turbulent Plasmas II Posters l l l m m SH21D 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Kappa Distributions Theory and Applications in Space Plasmas II Posters SH21E Waves Oscillations and Instabilities in Solar and Heliospheric Plasma Structures II Posters SH21F Space Weather Forecasting Science Operations and Missing Information II SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2018 Moscone South Poster Hall SM21A Multiscale Structure and Dynamics of Earth s Dayside Magnetopause Results from the First MMS Dayside Season III Posters SM21B Quantification of Wave-Particle Interactions in the Earth s Radiation Belts I Tectonophysics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l m m m m m l T21A Evolution and Mechanics of Low-Angle Normal-Sense Detachment Faults and Their Relationship to Metamorphic Core Complexes and Gneiss Domes II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall T21B Insights on the Tectonic Evolution of the Salton Trough and Northern Gulf of California from Recent Multidisciplinary Studies Posters T21C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 102 Moscone South 306 Interpreting the Geometry Rheology and Deformation Mechanisms of Moscone South 8 00 A.M. the Slow Earthquake Source II Posters X Poster Hall T21D Strain Localization in the Lithosphere From Experiments to Nature IV Posters T21E Bridging Tectonics and Earthquake Cycles II T21F Characterizing the Evolution of Craton Margins II Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 308 Moscone South 303 V21A Analytical Developments and New Applications for U-Pb Mineral Geochronology I V21B Sulfur (Bio)geodynamic Cycles on Earth and Terrestrial Planets I Atmospheric Sciences 9 00 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 155 A21O b Charney Lecture (Virtual Session) MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday A.M. 9 00 A.M. Moscone South 104 SH SM DI MR S T V 156 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2020 10 20 A.M. m m m m m Natural Hazards NH21D b White Lecture (Virtual Session) UNION U22A Juno at Jupiter First Results (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences Moscone West 3004 A22A Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing Techniques and Theories II A22B Data Assimilation Inverse Methods Reanalysis and Observing System Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Simulation Experiments I C 3010 A22C 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m m Grand Challenges in Earth System Modeling Decadal Climate VariabiliMoscone West 10 20 A.M. ty and Change Prediction and Its Applications I 3006 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3020 m m A22D Intraseasonal to Interannual Variability of the Asian Monsoon in a Changing Climate II A22E Seasonal to Decadal Extratropical Northern Hemisphere Climate Variability and Predictability I m A22F 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3008 Tropospheric Chemistry in Polar Regions Sources Transport Processes Moscone West 10 20 A.M. and Impacts I 3012 A22G Understanding Evaluating and Improving Emissions through Atmospheric Observations I Atmospheric and Space Electricity 10 20 A.M. m AE22A Ionospheric Modification by Lightning Space Weather and Active Experiments I Moscone West 3001 m m m Biogeosciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2006 m m m B22A From Land to Sea Rivers as Integrated Signal of Watershed Processes Climate and Land-Use Change III B22B Soil Carbon Dynamics Diving into Our Conceptual and Operational View of Soil Carbon Pools I B22C b The Role of Fire in the Carbon Cycle Quantification and Characterization of Emissions Fluxes and Sequestration Potential II B22D Understanding Microbial Life in the Subsurface through InterdisciplinMoscone West 10 20 A.M. ary Approaches II 2010 Cryosphere 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 10 20 A.M. 3007 m m m m m m m C22A Processes and Properties of Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice II C22B Progress in Land Surface Modeling in Cold Regions for Earth System Models I C22C b Solid Earth-Cryosphere Interactions I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 303 SH SM DI MR S T V Study of Earth s Deep Interior m m m m DI22A b Slabs in the Mantle and the Fate of Subducted Material I Education Moscone South 309 m m m m ED22A Educator Student Programs Promoting Authentic Scientific Research II 10 20 A.M. Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m EP22A Moscone West 2003 Coastal Geomorphology and Morphodynamics V Moscone West 2005 m EP22B The Flow of Organic Carbon through the Landscape I Geodesy 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3002 m m m m G22A b Recent Advances in the Application of InSAR and High-Resolution Geodetic Data for Crustal Deformation Research II (Virtual Session) Global Environmental Change 10 20 A.M. m m m m m m GC22A b Carbon Cycle Science and Deep Decarbonization I 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3003 m m m m m m GC22B Deltas and Sea-Level Rise Geological and Social-Ecological Perspectives I GC22C Use of Earth Observations in Mitigating Major Environmental ChallengMoscone West 10 20 A.M. es in South and Southeast Asia I 3016 Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 302 GP22A Fundamental Mineral and Rock Magnetism I Hydrology 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 H22A b Hydrology Awards and Walter B. Langbein Lecture (Virtual Session) Earth and Space Science Informatics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2000 IN22A b Common Data Frameworks for Interdisciplinary Science I Mineral and Rock Physics 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 301 m m m m MR22A The Physical Properties of Core Materials I Natural Hazards 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 102 Moscone South 310 m NH22A b Extreme Sea Levels and Coastal Risks in a Changing Climate I (Virtual Session) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 157 NH22B Model Tools Techniques and New Data Streams for Natural Hazards and Emergencies I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday A.M. 10 20 A.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V 158 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3024 m Near Surface Geophysics NS22A b Advances in Exploration Geophysics III Ocean Sciences 10 20 A.M. m m OS22A 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3014 Nearshore Processes II Moscone West 3011 OS22B Tropical and Extratropical Air-Sea Interactions and Their Teleconnections I Planetary Sciences P22A Experimental Planetary Geochemistry Simulating Planetary Processes Moscone West 10 20 A.M. on the Moon Mars and Other Rocky Bodies in the Solar System I 2007 Public Affairs 10 20 A.M. Moscone North 110 PA22A Improving the Usability of Climate Extreme Event and Hazard Data and Information Products for Community Decision Makers I Posters (Lightning) Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 10 20 A.M. m m m PP22A 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2002 Water Isotope Systematics - Improving Modern and Paleoclimate Interpretations I Moscone West 2012 m m m PP22B b What Processes Regulate Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Stabilize Climate on Earth and Other Planets I Seismology 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 10 20 A.M. 305 Moscone South 307 m m m m S22A b Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales III S22B b Induced and Triggered Earthquakes Theory Observations Impact II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2009 m m m m SH22A Collisionless Shock Waves in Astrophysical Plasmas II SH22B Space Weather Forecasting Science Operations and Missing InformaMoscone West 10 20 A.M. tion III 2011 SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2016 Moscone West 2018 m m m SM22A Geospace Research from Polar Environments I SM22B Quantification of Wave-Particle Interactions in the Earth s Radiation Belts II Tectonophysics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 308 Moscone South 103 m m m m T22A Asian Tectonics From Continental Collision to Subduction II T22B Bridging Tectonics and Earthquake Cycles III Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday A.M. Moscone South 10 20 A.M. 306 Moscone South 10 20 A.M. 304 SH SM DI MR m m S m m T V m T22C Characterization of Oceanic Crust Ridge to Trench Evolution II T22D b State of the Art in Computational Geoscience I Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 104 A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S T V V22A b Bowen Lecture (Virtual Session) Tuesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2020 UNION U23A The Path Forward from Paris One Year Later (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l A23A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing Techniques and Theories III Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l A23B 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes and Turbulence IV Posters s A23C Data Assimilation Inverse Methods Reanalysis and Observing System Simulation Experiments II Posters C A23D Moscone South Poster Hall l Earth Observations from the L1 (Lagrangian Point No. 1) II Posters A23E Fog Atmosphere Biosphere Land and Ocean Interactions II Posters s l l l A23F Global Convection Hydrology and Climate II Posters A23G Grand Challenges in Earth System Modeling Decadal Climate Variability and Change Prediction and Its Applications II Posters l l l l A23H Seasonal to Decadal Extratropical Northern Hemisphere Climate Variability and Predictability II Posters Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall A23I 1 40 P.M. The Dynamical Processes of Stratosphere-Troposphere Interactions and Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Their Relationship with Climate I Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l A23J The East Asian Monsoon Past Present Future II Posters A23K Tropospheric Chemistry in Polar Regions Sources Transport Processes Moscone South 1 40 P.M. and Impacts II Posters Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3012 A23L Calibration and Validation of Satellite Microwave Infrared and Solar Reflective Observations I C m m m m m m m 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 159 A23M Improvements toward Understanding the Surface Energy Balance and the Spatiotemporal Variation of Its Components I A23N Lidar Investigations of Greenhouse Gases Aerosols and Clouds I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m SH SM DI MR S T V 160 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3008 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l A23O The Madden-Julian Oscillation Observations Theory Modeling and Prediction III Posters A23P Understanding Evaluating and Improving Emissions through Atmospheric Observations II Atmospheric and Space Electricity Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l AE23A Atmospheric and Space Electricity General Contributions IV Posters AE23B Ionospheric Modification by Lightning Space Weather and Active Experiments II Posters Biogeosciences 1 40 P.M. l B23A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l Challenges of Wildland Fire on Water Quality and Drinking Water Supply Posters Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2006 m l Moscone South Poster Hall B23B Natural Wetlands and Open Waters in the Global Methane Cycle Modeling Observations Syntheses and Challenges II Posters B23C 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. New Insights and Approaches for Recent Dating of Peat and Aquatic Sediments Posters l B23D The Role of Fire in the Carbon Cycle Quantification and Characterization of Emissions Fluxes and Sequestration Potential III Posters B23E Understanding Mechanisms Governing Ecosystem Biogeochemical Cycling in the Solid Liquid and Gas Phase Physiology vs. Physics and Chemistry II Posters B23F From Land to Sea Rivers as Integrated Signal of Watershed Processes Climate and Land-Use Change IV m m B23G Hydrate Bearing Sediments Characterization Modeling and Thermal Hydrological and Geomechanical Behavior II B23H Investigating Biological Processes Insights from New Stable Isotope Methods II m B23I Soil Carbon Dynamics Models and Experiments Investigating Controls on Soil Organic Matter Vulnerability in Dynamic Landscapes I Cryosphere 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l C23A Progress in Land Surface Modeling in Cold Regions for Earth System Models II Posters C23B Quantifying Spatial and Temporal Variability of Snow and Snow Processes III Posters Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 2022 2024 l l l C23C b The Nye Lecture and Honored Member Presentations (Virtual Session) Study of Earth s Deep Interior 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l DI23A Advances in Computational Solid Earth Science II Posters DI23B The Distribution and Pathways of Melts Fluids and Volatiles in SubducMoscone South 1 40 P.M. tion Systems A Multidisciplinary Approach I Posters Poster Hall Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 303 SH SM DI MR S m T m V m DI23C Pillars of Deep Earth Research Accomplishments Limitations and the Road Ahead I Education 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l ED23A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall m l l Education General Contributions I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l m ED23B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 309 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 307 Educator Student Programs Promoting Authentic Scientific Research III Posters ED23C Environmental Field Experience as Laboratory and Experiential Learning Vehicle Posters ED23D Expanding the Geoscience Pipeline Innovative Strategies to Support K-12 Education Posters ED23E Amazing Technologies and Capabilities that Contribute to STEM II ED23F Climate Literacy Informal Education and Citizen Science New Successes and Strategies Beyond the Classroom I Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l m m EP23A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2007 Coastal Geomorphology and Morphodynamics VI Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l m m m l EP23B The Flow of Organic Carbon through the Landscape II Posters EP23C 1 40 P.M. Bridging Boundaries in Surface Dynamics of Estuarine Coastal and Ma1 40 P.M. rine Systems using Models Laboratory Studies and Observations II n EP23D The Importance of the Granular Scale in Earth and Planetary Surface Processes II m Geodesy 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l G23A Recent Advances in the Application of InSAR and High-Resolution Geodetic Data for Crustal Deformation Research III Posters Global Environmental Change 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l GC23A Arctic Environmental Change Local Regional Global Drivers and Impacts II Posters GC23B Carbon Cycle Science and Deep Decarbonization II Posters GC23D Deltas and Sea-Level Rise Geological and Social-Ecological Perspectives II Posters GC23C Negative Emissions Staying Below 2 C II Posters GC23E Scenario Approaches to Understand Arctic Futures Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 161 GC23F System of Systems Approaches to Assess Impacts of the Coastal Dynamics of Sea Level Rise in Low Gradient Coastal Landscapes Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l m m m m m l l l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m SH SM DI MR S T V 162 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3007 m m GC23G Use of Earth Observations in Mitigating Major Environmental ChallengMoscone South 1 40 P.M. es in South and Southeast Asia II Posters Poster Hall GC23H Advancing Science of the Arctic System through Integration and Coordination of Observations and Modeling II GC23I b Assessing Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change in a Changing Climate using Modeling and Measurements II GC23J Climate Change Impacts on Inland Waters II The Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR-2) Assessing the GC23K b Last Decades Science of the Carbon Cycle across North America and Adjacent Oceans II Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 304 Moscone South Poster Hall m GP23A Moscone South Poster Hall Full Geomagnetic Field Variation in the Past New Palaeomagnetic Data from Archaeological Artifacts Lava Flows and Sedimentary Records II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall GP23B PL-O Coupling Connecting Planetary Lithospheres to Outer Cores II Posters l l m m l l GP23C Planetary Magnetism and Paleomagnetism II Posters GP23D b Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GIC) and Geomagnetic Perturbations Space Weather and Ground Effects I Hydrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l H23A Moscone South Poster Hall Anthropogenic Impacts on Water Pollution and Water Quality in Rivers II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l H23G Ecosystem Services Linking Biophysical Processes to Livelihoods and Economies at Local to Global Scales II Posters H23D b Environmental Vadose Zone Hydrology Monitoring and Modeling of Physical and (Bio)geochemical Processes Posters H23J Flexibility in the Design of Water Resources Infrastructure Posters H23F 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Global Precipitation Measurement Validation and Applications IV Posters Moscone South l 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l H23H Investigations of Dominant Hydrologic Processes across Diverse Landscapes Posters H23C Microorganisms Colloids Engineered Nanoparticles and Emerging Contaminants in the Environment II Posters H23B Nonstationary Suspended Sediment Dynamics From Temporal Patterns to Processes and Controls Posters H23I The Generation and Function of Temporary streams Posters H23E Threats to Coastal Aquifers From the Shore to the Sea Posters l l Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m m SH SM DI MR S T V H23K Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3018 m Characterization and Sustainable Management of Groundwater Systems through the Integration of Data and Tools Across Spatial and Temporal Scales I Moscone West 3020 H23L b 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Hydroclimatic Extremes Drought III H23M b Microorganisms Colloids Engineered Nanoparticles and Emerging Contaminants in the Environment I H23N b Science Utilization and Results from the NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Satellite Mission I Earth and Space Science Informatics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2002 Moscone West 2000 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall IN23A Advancing netCDF-CF for the Geoscience Community Posters IN23C Common Data Frameworks for Interdisciplinary Science II Posters IN23B New Approaches to Data Discovery Across Geoscience Domains II Posters IN23D Sensor Networks and Informatics for the Geosciences Posters IN23E Benefits and Challenges of Open Source Software and Open Data II Linking Earth Systems Data to Better Address Societal Challenges A IN23F b View of the Earth from the Interior to the Edge of Space Supported by Data to Bring Enhanced Understanding Mineral and Rock Physics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 301 Moscone South Poster Hall l m l MR23A Elasticity Plasticity and Microstructures in Planetary Interiors II Posters MR23B Liquids in Planetary Interiors Experiments Calculations and Modeling II Nonlinear Geophysics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South m 302 m m m NG23A Dynamics across Many Scales in the Geosciences Network Properties Mixing Turbulence and Waves II Posters NG23B b Advances in Data Assimilation Predictability and Uncertainty Quantification Phytobiome I Natural Hazards 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l NH23A Model Tools Techniques and New Data Streams for Natural Hazards and Emergencies II Posters NH23B Multidisciplinary Methods to Estimate the Impact of Climate-Related Extreme Events II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 163 NH23C Pracademia Bridging the Gap between Natural Hazards Research and Practice II Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A m m AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday P.M. SH SM DI MR S m T V m 164 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 40 P.M. l m m NH23D b Hydrological Geochemical and Geophysical Responses to Earthquakes Moscone South 1 40 P.M. II (Virtual Session) 102 Near Surface Geophysics Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3024 l NS23A 1 40 P.M. Advances in Exploration Geophysics IV Posters NS23B Geophysical Characterization of Cold Regions Hydrology and Permafrost Dynamics II Ocean Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m m OS23A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3011 m m Nearshore Processes III Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l OS23B Nearshore Processes IV Posters OS23C Tropical and Extratropical Air-Sea Interactions and Their Teleconnections II Posters OS23D b 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Causes of Sea Level Variability and Change Understanding the Past and Predicting the Future I m OS23E Mesoscale Coherent Structures Sources Physics and Impacts I OS23F New Advances in Understanding Mid-Ocean Ridge Processes from Ocean Drilling and Ophiolites I m m Planetary Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 3002 m m P23A Moscone South Poster Hall Experimental Planetary Geochemistry Simulating Planetary Processes on the Moon Mars and Other Rocky Bodies in the Solar System II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall P23B Habitability Preservation of Organic Molecules and Environmental Transitions at Gale Crater Mars II Posters P23C Interaction between Io Volcanic Activity and Jupiter s Magnetosphere II Posters l m P23D b Juno s Exploration of Jupiter and the Earth-Based Collaborative Campaign I P23E b The Early Mars Environment Warm and Wet Cold and Wet or Cold and Icy II (Virtual Session) Public Affairs 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l PA23A b Impacts of Human Waste Disposal in the Oceans Posters PA23B Improving the Usability of Climate Extreme Event and Hazard Data and Information Products for Community Decision Makers I Posters PA23C Lessons Learned from CO2 Geological Storage Research in Europe Natural Laboratories Site Characterization Monitoring Modeling and Advances in Understanding Associated Processes Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l SH SM DI MR S T V Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2003 Moscone West 2012 m m l l PP23A From Mud and Dust to Curves and Concepts New Findings on the Environmental Context of Human Evolution Posters PP23B Nutrient Cycling in Past Oceans II Posters PP23C What Processes Regulate Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Stabilize Climate on Earth and Other Planets II Posters PP23D 1 40 P.M. Advanced Understanding of Tropical Hydroclimate Changes during the 1 40 P.M. Late Pleistocene and Holocene II PP23E Water Isotope Systematics - Improving Modern and Paleoclimate Interpretations II Seismology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 104 Moscone South 305 m m m S23A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Advances in Earthquake Early Warning Research II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall S23B Earthquake Source Physics and Its Interplay with Strong Ground Motion Posters S23C New Developments in Open Source and Academic Seismic Software Posters l m S23D b Induced and Triggered Earthquakes Theory Observations Impact III S23E b Operational Earthquake Forecasting Scientific Advances Validation and Implementation Communication and Uptake II (Virtual Session) SPA-Aeronomy 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2016 Moscone South Poster Hall l SA23A Current Understanding of the Ionosphere Thermosphere Ionosphere (ITM) Structure Variability Its Impacts and Outstanding Questions II Posters SA23B Interhemispheric Differences in High-Latitude Geospace Posters SA23C Developing Critical Measurement Strategies in Ionosphere Thermosphere Mesosphere Research Ideas and Priorities II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics Moscone West 2011 SH23A Global Observations of the Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medi1 40 P.M. um IBEX Connections with Voyager and Preparations for IMAP I SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2018 m m m l l l l l SM23A Geospace Research from Polar Environments II Posters SM23B Magnetospheric Physics General Contributions Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 165 SM23C b Assessing the National Space Weather Action Plan Implications for Space Weather Research II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l m l SH SM DI MR S T V 166 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 103 Moscone South 306 m m m l l m m m Tectonophysics T23A Neotectonics Seismology and Surface Processes in South and East Asia V Posters T23B Neotectonics Seismology and Surface Processes in South and East Asia VI Posters T23C 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 308 State of the Art in Computational Geoscience II Posters T23D Bridging Tectonics and Earthquake Cycles IV T23E b Exploring the Theory of Plate Tectonics The Nature and Role of the Mantle Lithosphere II m m T23F NW Pacific Marginal Basins Geodynamics and Hazard II Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l V23A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Analytical Developments and New Applications for U-Pb Mineral Geochronology II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall V23B Crystal Records of the Timescales and Thermal Evolution of Plutonic Hydrothermal and Volcanic Systems II Posters V23C Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 310 Flood and Hotspot Volcanism and Relationships to Mass Extinctions and Ocean Biogeochemistry I Posters l l V23D Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology General Contributions Ore Deposits and Tectonic Petrology III Posters V23E The Role of Halogens in Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Geochemical Processes Surface Crust and Mantle I UNION 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2020 U24A AGU-JpGU Great Debate (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3008 m m m m m m m m m m m A24A b Analysis and Numerical Forecast of Air Quality in Asia I A24B b Atmospheric Aerosols and Effects on Biogeochemical Cycles and Climate I C A24C Calibration and Validation of Satellite Microwave Infrared and Solar Reflective Observations II C A24D Lidar Investigations of Greenhouse Gases Aerosols and Clouds II A24E The Madden-Julian Oscillation Observations Theory Modeling and Prediction II A24F Understanding Evaluating and Improving Emissions through Atmospheric Observations III Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m m m m m SH SM DI MR S T V Biogeosciences Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2006 B24A Constraining Ecosystem Carbon Uptake and Long-Term Storage using Models and Data II B24B Fifteen Years of Geobiology The Significant Highlights and the Future II 4 00 P.M. B24C 4 00 P.M. Gas Fluxes from and into Inland Waters Scaling Based on Hydrodynam4 00 P.M. ics and Biogeochemistry II B24D Soil Carbon Dynamics Models and Experiments Investigating Controls on Soil Organic Matter Vulnerability in Dynamic Landscapes II Education 4 00 P.M. m ED24A Amazing Technologies and Capabilities that Contribute to STEM III Moscone South 309 m m m m m ED24B Citizen Science with Big Data Intersection of Outreach Crowd-Sourced Moscone South 4 00 P.M. Data and Scientific Research II 307 Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 4 00 P.M. m m m EP24A Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2003 Aeolian Research at the Interface of Biophysical Sedimentary and Atmospheric Processes II Moscone West 2016 m m m m m m EP24B 4 00 P.M. Bridging Boundaries in Surface Dynamics of Estuarine Coastal and Ma4 00 P.M. rine Systems using Models Laboratory Studies and Observations III n EP24C The Resurgence of Photogrammetry in Earth Science Applications II Geodesy 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2002 m m G24A Ocean Altimetry Past Present and Future II Global Environmental Change 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 3003 m m m m m m m m m m GC24A Advancing Science of the Arctic System through Integration and Coordination of Observations and Modeling III GC24B b Assessing Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change in a Changing Climate using Modeling and Measurements III GC24C Carbon Monitoring Systems Research and Applications II Impacts and Mitigation for 1.5 C Warming and Other Warming Targets GC24D b II Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 m m m GP24E Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GIC) and Geomagnetic Perturbations Space Weather and Ground Effects II (Half Session) Hydrology 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3020 m m 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 167 H24A Characterization and Sustainable Management of Groundwater Systems through the Integration of Data and Tools Across Spatial and Temporal Scales II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Tuesday P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m SH SM DI MR S T V 168 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3014 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2000 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 301 m m H24B Estimating Floodplain Stream and Aquatic Ecosystems Responses to Climatic Extremes I H24C b Science Utilization and Results from the NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Satellite Mission II H24D Uncertainty Quantification Stochastic Inversion and Machine Learning 4 00 P.M. Methods in Water and Environmental Management I H24E Water Issues Related to Conventional and Unconventional Produced Water Management Water Quality Salinity Mapping Underground Injection Control and Induced Seismicity I Earth and Space Science Informatics IN24A Enabling Cloud Applications for Earth Science Data II Mineral and Rock Physics m MR24A Phase Relations Petrology and Dynamics of the Deep Earth I Nonlinear Geophysics 4 00 P.M. Moscone South m 302 m m m NG24A b Stochastic Modeling in Atmosphere Ocean and Climate Dynamics I Natural Hazards 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 310 m NH24A b Extreme Sea Levels and Coastal Risks in a Changing Climate II Near Surface Geophysics Moscone West 3024 NS24A b Near Surface Geophysical Applications to Soil Processes Dynamics and 4 00 P.M. Agriculture II Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3011 m m m m OS24A Advances in Ocean Observations Biological and Chemical Sensors Autonomous Platforms and Model Data Streams I OS24B New Advances in Understanding Mid-Ocean Ridge Processes from Ocean Drilling and Ophiolites II Planetary Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2007 Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2011 m m m m P24A Advances in Planetary Thermophysics II P24B Juno s Exploration of Jupiter and the Earth-Based Collaborative Campaign II P24C Processes in the Present-Day Atmosphere of Mars II Public Affairs 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 303 m m m PA24A Defining Extreme Space Weather Events II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Tuesday P.M. Moscone South 4 00 P.M. 304 SH SM DI MR S T V PA24B Making an Impact Stories Tips and Lessons Learned from Collaborating with Communities I Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m PP24A Moscone West 2012 Paleorecords of Hydroclimate from the Tropics II Moscone West 2018 PP24B Water Isotope Systematics - Improving Modern and Paleoclimate Interpretations III Seismology 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 102 S24A b Gutenberg Lecture (Virtual Session) SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 m m SH24A b The 2016 Parker Lecture (Virtual Session) Tectonophysics 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 306 T24A b Natural Laboratories of Climate-Erosion-Tectonic Interactions during Mountain Building I Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 305 Moscone South 103 Moscone South 308 V24A Deep Carbon From the Mantle to the Surface and Back Again I V24B New Insights into the Origin and Fate of Subduction Zone Fluids and Melts I V24C New Insights on Igneous and Metamorphic Processes from Nontraditional Thermobarometers and Geospeedometers I Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 5 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM m m DI MR S T V GP24A b Bullard Lecture (Virtual Session) Wednesday SPA-AeronomyA.M. 5 00 P.M. 8 00 A.M. SA24A b The 2016 Nicolet Lecture (Virtual Session) 2015 2016 El Ni o Global Anomalies and Societal Impacts at Regional U31A Scale (Virtual Session) UNION Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 2020 Atmospheric Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l A31A Advances in Numerical Methods for Atmosphere and Ocean Modeling I Posters A31B Analysis and Numerical Forecast of Air Quality in Asia II Posters A31C b Atmospheric Aerosols and Effects on Biogeochemical Cycles and Climate II Posters C 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 169 A31D Calibration and Validation of Satellite Microwave Infrared and Solar Reflective Observations III Posters C MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l l l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l m l m SH SM DI MR S T V 170 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3012 m m m A31E Data Assimilation and Inverse Modeling of the Atmospheric Composition I Posters A31F Improvements toward Understanding the Surface Energy Balance and the Spatiotemporal Variation of Its Components II Posters A31G Lidar Investigations of Greenhouse Gases Aerosols and Clouds III Posters A31H The Madden-Julian Oscillation Observations Theory Modeling and Prediction III Posters A31I 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3006 m Understanding Evaluating and Improving Emissions through Atmospheric Observations IV Posters A31J b Coordinating Air Pollutant and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies Co-benefits for Air Quality Health and Climate I A31K Moscone West 3008 Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration among Geoscience Initiatives and Observatories in U.S. and Europe Examining Network of Networks Opportunities m A31L Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences I A31M Processes of Sub-Cloud Scales Modeling Observation and Parameterization for Larger-Scale Models I A31N Remote Sensing of CH4 and CO2 from Space Moving toward an Observ8 00 A.M. ing System I Atmospheric and Space Electricity 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3001 AE31A Thunderstorm Effects in the Near-Earth Space Environment I Biogeosciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l B31A 4 Billion Years of Serpentinization on Earth and Beyond I Posters B31B Assessment of Satellite-Derived Essential Climate Variables in the Terrestrial Domain I Posters B31C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Changing Biogeochemistry of Urban Rivers and Current Mitigation Efforts Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l B31D Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Wood Use and Forest Management Posters B31E Mapping and Monitoring Vegetation Structure from Space I Posters B31F Recent Trends in Atmospheric Deposition Soils and Biogeochemical Controls on Stream Chemistry Posters B31G Tropical Forests under a Changing Climate I Posters B31H b Understanding and Predicting Hydrobiogeochemical Responses of Terrestrial-Aquatic Ecosystems to Perturbation Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m m SH SM DI MR S T V B31I Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2006 Constraining Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange Processes using Remote-Sensing and In Situ Networks I Moscone West 2008 m B31J 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Mercury Biogeosciences and Environmental Change I B31K Plant Traits and Biogeochemical Cycles I B31L Soil Carbon Dynamics Soil Carbon Change across Scales II Cryosphere 8 00 A.M. l l l C31A Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m m Snow and Firn Physical Processes Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l C31B Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 3009 m The Future of Ice in the Polar World Using Past and Present Data to Prepare for Rapid Change Posters C31C b Modeling of the Cryosphere Glaciers and Ice Sheets II C31D b Variability in the Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Ocean and Atmosphere Interactions II m Study of Earth s Deep Interior 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l DI31A Pillars of Deep Earth Research Accomplishments Limitations and the Road Ahead II Poster DI31B Slabs in the Mantle and the Fate of Subducted Material II Posters Education ED31A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 307 Moscone South Poster Hall New Approaches to Professional and Career Development for Students Moscone South 8 00 A.M. and Postdocs in the Geosciences I Posters Poster Hall ED31B Undergraduate Earth Atmospheric Ocean and Space Science Research and Outreach Posters ED31C Climate Literacy Increasing the Collective Impact of Climate Literacy Efforts through Networks and Partnerships I m m m m m m ED31D Communication of Science Practice Research and Reflection I Moscone South 8 00 A.M. 309 ED31E New Approaches to Professional and Career Development for Students Moscone North 8 00 A.M. and Postdocs in the Geosciences I Posters (Lightning) 110 Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l EP31A b Sediment Size Input to Fluvial Networks Production Transformation Delivery and Effects I Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 171 EP31B Surface Processes in the Anthropocene Human Dimensions of Geomorphic Change and Anthropogenic Chronological Markers in Sediments I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2005 SH SM DI MR S T V 172 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. l l EP31C Cohesive Sediment Erosion and Transport in Riverine Estuarine and Coastal Environments I Geodesy Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2002 m m m m l G31A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Global Navigation Satellite System for Geoscience and Hazards Applications I Posters G31B New GNSS Data and Techniques Applications in the Earth Sciences I Posters G31C Plate Motion Continental Deformation and Interseismic Strain Accumulation I Global Environmental Change 8 00 A.M. l l l l GC31A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall l Advances in Integration of Earth System Dynamics and Social System Models Posters n Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l GC31C Climate-Influenced Species Range Shifts Where Are We Headed I Posters GC31D Earth s Energy Imbalance and Energy Flows through the Climate System I Posters GC31E International Transdisciplinary Approaches toward Resilience and Adaptation for Societal Managed and Natural Systems Case Studies on Coastal Vulnerability and Freshwater Security I Posters l GC31F Interpretation and Uncertainty in Climate Earth System Integrated Assessment and Impact Models and Observations I Posters l l GC31B Multisector Multiscale Modeling to Address Integrated Human-Earth System Dynamics I Posters GC31G 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3003 Moscone South Poster Hall m m New Approaches to Sustained Climate Assessment in the U.S. Progress Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Collaborations across Scales and Tools I Posters Poster Hall l l l l m m m l l GC31H Permafrost Degradation and Its Interrelations with Physical Socioecological and Socioeconomical Processes I Posters GC31I 8 00 A.M. Multidisciplinary Assessments of Radiation Management Geoengineer8 00 A.M. ing II GC31J Natural- and Human-Induced Impacts on the Terrestrial Water Cycle and Implications for Water Resources I Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 8 00 A.M. 302 l m l l m m m GP31A Fundamental Mineral and Rock Magnetism II Posters GP31B General Contributions in Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Posters GP31C Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GIC) and Geomagnetic Perturbations Space Weather and Ground Effects III Poster GP31D Magnetic Mysteries From the Origin of the Hawaiian Emperor Bend to the Source of Marine Magnetic Anomalies I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. l SH SM DI MR S T V Hydrology Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l H31D 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l Advances in Data Integration Inverse Methods and Data Valuation across a Range of Scales in Hydrogeophysics I Posters H31C Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Characterization and Sustainable Management of Groundwater Systems through the Integration of Data and Tools Across Spatial and Temporal Scales III Posters l H31B Estimating Floodplain Stream and Aquatic Ecosystems Responses to Climatic Extremes II Posters H31E 8 00 A.M. Methods and Process Interpretations in the Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum II Posters H31G b Science Utilization and Results from the NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Satellite Mission III Posters H31F 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3014 m m Uncertainty Quantification Stochastic Inversion and Machine Learning Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Methods in Water and Environmental Management II Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l H31A Water Issues Related to Conventional and Unconventional Produced Water Management Water Quality Salinity Mapping Underground Injection Control and Induced Seismicity II Posters H31H b 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m Advances and Challenges in Unraveling the Impact of Nonpoint Source 8 00 A.M. Fluxes on Groundwater Vadose Zone and Surface Waters I Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3020 m m H31I b Advances in Understanding and Remote Sensing of Land-Atmosphere Interactions From Bedrock to Boundary Layer I H31J b Food Energy and Water Nexus Synergies and Tradeoffs I H31K 8 00 A.M. Methods and Process Interpretations in the Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum I m H31L Subsurface Contaminant Transport and Remediation Advances in Process Understanding and Applications I Earth and Space Science Informatics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 2000 m m m m l l l l IN31D Collaborations Partnerships and Alliances that Are Building Sustaining and Stewarding Data and Research Infrastructures in Support of the New Era of the Big Data Transdisciplinary World I Posters IN31C Crossing the Globe with Virtual Research Environments Science Gateways and Virtual Laboratories Posters IN31B Enabling Open and Interoperable Access to Planetary Science and Heliophysics Databases and Tools Posters IN31A Space-Based Operational Global Earth Observations from Suomi National Polar-Orbiting Partnership (S-NPP) the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) I Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 173 IN31E b Leptoukh Lecture for the Earth and Space Sciences Informatics Focus Group (Virtual Session) IN31F b Supercomputing for Geoscience Success Stories from Yellowstone and 8 00 A.M. Other Petascale Systems I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. l m l SH SM DI MR S T V 174 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 301 l m Mineral and Rock Physics l m MR31A 8 00 A.M. Planetary Ices and Volatiles from Surface to Deep Interior I Posters MR31B The Mechanics of Slow Earthquakes as Illuminated by Observational Theoretical and Laboratory Studies I Nonlinear Geophysics 8 00 A.M. l l l NG31A Stochastic Modeling in Atmosphere Ocean and Climate Dynamics II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l Natural Hazards 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. 102 Moscone South Poster Hall l NH31A Extreme Sea Levels and Coastal Risks in a Changing Climate III Posters Landslide Hazard Runout Dynamics Vulnerability and Risk Analysis I NH31B b (Virtual Session) Near Surface Geophysics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3024 Moscone South Poster Hall m NS31A Near Surface Geophysics General Contributions I Posters NS31B Frontiers of Uncertainty Estimation in Geophysical Inversion I Ocean Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l OS31A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3011 l l Advances in Ocean Observations Biological and Chemical Sensors Autonomous Platforms and Model Data Streams II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l OS31B Causes of Sea Level Variability and Change Understanding the Past and Predicting the Future II Posters OS31C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Mesoscale Coherent Structures Sources Physics and Impacts II Posters 8 00 A.M. OS31D New Advances in Understanding Mid-Ocean Ridge Processes from Ocean Drilling and Ophiolites III Posters l m l l OS31E Nearshore Processes V Planetary Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2007 m m l l l l l l P31A Cracking Up Ice-Ocean Dynamics on Earth and Ocean Worlds I Posters P31B Planetary Rings Meteoroid and Dust Populations and Effects I Posters P31C Titan Constraining an Ocean World I Posters P31D In the Name of Jove Giant Planet Interiors Atmospheres Aurorae and Ionospheres I P31E Terrestrial Analogs for Planetary Processes Oceans Volcanoes Impacts 8 00 A.M. and Dunes I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l SH SM DI MR S T V Public Affairs Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 304 PA31A Climate Change Impacts on the Transportation Sector Posters PA31B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Empirical Estimation of Climate Adaptation in Human-Environmental Systems Posters PA31C Road Maps to Successfully Sharing Science Posters PA31D Science Video An Effective Communication Tool for Scientists and the Public Posters PA31E Improving the Usability of Climate Extreme Event and Hazard Data and Information Products for Community Decision Makers II Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l PP31A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2003 Moscone West 2012 m m Evolution of the Earth System II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall PP31B New Perspectives on Quaternary Climate Forcing Mechanisms the Mid-Pleistocene Transition and Interglacial Climate I Posters PP31C Quantitative Approaches to Paleoclimate Data Models and Their Intercomparison I Posters PP31D 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Water Isotope Systematics - Improving Modern and Paleoclimate Interpretations IV - Poster l PP31E Reconstructing and Modeling Late Pliocene Climate Variability I PP31F b Terrestrial Hydroclimate I m Seismology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l m m m S31A Advances in the Science of Nuclear Test Detection I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l S31B Induced and Triggered Earthquakes Theory Observations Impact IV Posters S31C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Modeling Earthquake Strong Ground Motions II Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Moscone South 305 Moscone South 303 S31D b Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales IV S31E b Seismology Contributions Earthquakes I SPA-Aeronomy 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 175 SA31A Dynamics and Coupling Processes of the Ionosphere and Thermosphere at Middle and Low Latitudes during Geomagnetic Storms I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2016 m SH SM l DI MR S T V 176 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 2011 Moscone South Poster Hall m m SA31B Geomagnetic Storms and Substorms and the SAPS Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Science Challenge Towards a Synthesis of Observations Modeling and Theory I Posters SA31C Atmospheric Gravity Wave Sources Propagation Instabilities and Regional and Global Effects from the Surface into the Thermosphere and Ionosphere I SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics Moscone South Poster Hall l m l m SH31A Global Observations of the Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medium IBEX Connections with Voyager and Preparations for IMAP II Posters SH31B Solar and Heliospheric Physics General Contributions I Posters SH31C Space Weather Forecasting Science Operations and Missing Information IV Voyager Interstellar Mission Its Scientific Discoveries and Their Relation 8 00 A.M. SH31D b to Remote Observations I (Virtual Session) SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2018 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SM31B Drivers and Impact of Particle Loss in the Inner Magnetosphere I Posters SM31A Quantification of Wave-Particle Interactions in the Earth s Radiation Belts III Posters SM31C Multiscale Structure and Dynamics of Earth s Dayside Magnetopause Results from the First MMS Dayside Season IV Tectonophysics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l T31A Natural Laboratories of Climate-Erosion-Tectonic Interactions during Mountain Building II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall T31B Secular Change in Earth Processes Shifting Uniformitarianism I Posters T31C Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) I Posters T31D Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) II Posters T31F Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) III Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 306 Moscone South 310 m m T31E Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) IV Posters l l l l T31G Dynamic Interactions between Structure Fluids and Geochemistry I T31H Transform Plate Boundary Behavior from Milliseconds to Mega-Annums and Oceans to Continents I m m Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 103 Moscone South 308 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology V31A Fluids Crystals and Melts The Role of Volatiles in Volcanic Processes from Mantle to Surface I Posters V31B New Insights into the Origin and Fate of Subduction Zone Fluids and Melts II Posters V31C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Sulfur (Bio)geodynamic Cycles on Earth and Terrestrial Planets II Posters 8 00 A.M. V31D Cumulates from Top to Bottom New Perspectives and Implications for Volcanic Plumbing Systems and Crust-Forming Processes I V31E Deep Carbon From the Mantle to the Surface and Back Again II Global Environmental Change 9 00 A.M. Moscone South 104 GC31K b Bolin Lecture (Virtual Session) Earth and Space Science Informatics 9 00 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 IN31G Laying the Foundations for Global Research Challenges Exemplars of Collaborative Infrastructures for Realizing the Potential of Data Data Everywhere (Half Session) UNION 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2020 U32A Collaborative Research Infrastructures to Support Current and Future Global Challenges in Earth and Space Sciences (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3008 m m m m m A32A b Moscone North 110 Advances in Remote Sensing of Fires Aerosols and Trace Gases for Air Quality Applications I (Virtual Session) Moscone West 3002 m m A32B Improving Physical Process Representation in Global Models II Posters (Lightning) A32C Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences II A32D Moscone West Remote Sensing of CH4 and CO2 from Space Moving toward an Observ10 20 A.M. ing System II 3004 A32E Stochastic and Coupled Modeling for Seamless Earth System Prediction Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Capabilities I 3006 A32F The Dynamical Processes of Stratosphere-Troposphere Interactions and Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Their Relationship with Climate II 3010 Atmospheric and Space Electricity 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3001 AE32A Energetic Radiation from Lightning and Thunderstorms I Biogeosciences 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2004 m 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 177 B32A Characterizing Spatial and Temporal Variability of Hydrological and Biogeochemical Processes across Scales I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2010 SH SM DI MR S T V 178 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2022 2024 m B32B Plant Traits and Biogeochemical Cycles II B32C Remote Sensing to Support Investigations in Plant-Climate Interactions Moscone West 10 20 A.M. I 2008 B32D b Sagan Lecture (Virtual Session) B32E Soil Carbon Dynamics Soil Carbon Change across Scales III Cryosphere 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m m C32A b Moscone West 3009 m Modeling of the Cryosphere Glaciers and Ice Sheets III Moscone West 3007 C32B b Variability in the Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Ocean and Atmosphere Interactions III Education 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 307 ED32A Climate Literacy Delivering Climate Change Science Content Process and Context to K12 Educators Students Parents and the Larger Community I Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 10 20 A.M. m m EP32A b 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2003 Control from Above and Below Interactions between Climate and Lithology in Landscape Evolution I Moscone West 2012 m m m m m m EP32B Ecogeomorphology Sediment-Biota Feedbacks that Shape Land and Seascape I EP32C Erosion and Sediment Transport in Steep Landscapes I m Geodesy 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2002 m m m m G32A Plate Motion Continental Deformation and Interseismic Strain Accumulation II Global Environmental Change 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3012 m m m m GC32A Environmental Socioeconomic and Climatic Changes in Northern Eurasia and Their Feedbacks to the Global Earth System and Society I GC32B b Global Environmental Change New Fellows Lectures 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 10 20 A.M. 3003 Moscone West 3005 GC32C Semi-arid Shrublands under Changing Climates I Hydrology m m H32A b Advances and Challenges in Unraveling the Impact of Nonpoint Source Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Fluxes on Groundwater Vadose Zone and Surface Waters II 3014 H32B b Advances in Understanding and Remote Sensing of Land-Atmosphere Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Interactions From Bedrock to Boundary Layer II 3018 Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday A.M. Moscone West 10 20 A.M. 3016 10 20 A.M. m m SH SM DI MR S T V H32C b Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3022 Food Energy and Water Nexus Synergies and Tradeoffs II H32D 10 20 A.M. Subsurface Contaminant Transport and Remediation Advances in Process Understanding and Applications II H32E Thermal Riverscapes Understanding River Temperature Patterns Processes and Implications across Multiple Scales I Earth and Space Science Informatics m m m m IN32A b Near Real-Time Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications Moscone West 10 20 A.M. I 2000 Mineral and Rock Physics 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 301 m m m m MR32A Physical Properties of Earth Materials (PPEM) Rock Deformation over Various Time and Spatial Scales I Nonlinear Geophysics 10 20 A.M. m NG32A b Earth System Dynamics Complexity and Predictability Physical and Analytical Approaches Bridging the Geosciences I Moscone South m 302 m m Natural Hazards 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 102 Moscone South 308 m m NH32A b Global Change Extreme Events and Societal Impacts I NH32B Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science I Near Surface Geophysics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3024 m m NS32A Geophysical Methods for Groundwater Evaluation and Management I Ocean Sciences 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3011 m OS32A Nearshore Processes VI Planetary Sciences 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2007 m P32A Enceladus Getting Very Near the End I Public Affairs 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 304 PA32A Improving the Usability of Climate Extreme Event and Hazard Data and Information Products for Community Decision Makers III Seismology 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 303 Moscone South 309 Moscone South 305 m m m m m m m S32A b Advances in Earthquake Early Warning Research I S32B Energy Partitioning during Earthquakes Landslides and Other Shear Failure Processes I 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 179 S32C b Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales V MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday A.M. 10 20 A.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V 180 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 2016 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2011 10 20 A.M. m SPA-Aeronomy SA32A Atmospheric Gravity Wave Sources Propagation Instabilities and Regional and Global Effects from the Surface into the Thermosphere and Ionosphere II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SH32A The Connections between Coronal Shock Wave Dynamics and Early SEP Production I SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2018 m SM32A 10 20 A.M. Combining Data and Models in Data-Starved Fields of Heliophysics I SM32B Multiscale Structure and Dynamics of Earth s Dayside Magnetopause Results from the First MMS Dayside Season V Tectonophysics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m T32A Moscone South 306 Moscone South 103 Accretion Modes Structure and Processes at Slow- and Ultra-slow Spreading Mid-Ocean Ridges I Moscone South 310 m m m T32B 10 20 A.M. High-Resolution Topography and Dating in Active Tectonics I T32C Origin Architecture and Dynamics of Extensional Basins I m m Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 10 20 A.M. Moscone South m 104 m V32A b Twenty-Five Years of Science from the 1991 Mount Pinatubo Volcano Eruption I (Virtual Session) Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 11 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 m PP32A b Emiliani Lecture (Virtual Session) Wednesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2020 Moscone West 2022 2024 A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S T V UNION U33A Developing a Carbon Roadmap to Decarbonize the World Economy by around 2050 and Build Resilient Carbon Sinks to Ensure Climate Stabilization at 1.5 C 2 C (Virtual Session) U33B The Asahiko Taira International Scientific Ocean Drilling Research Prize (The Taira Prize) Atmospheric Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall A33A Atmospheric Oxidation Capacity Constraints Laboratory Investigations Field and Remote Sensing Observations and Modeling Studies I Posters A33B Climate Sensitivity and Feedbacks Advances and New Paradigms I Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3002 m m m SH SM DI MR S T V A33C Coordinating Air Pollutant and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies Co-benefits for Air Quality Health and Climate II Posters A33D Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3012 m m Improving Physical Process Representation in Global Models II Posters A33E Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences III Posters A33F Light Scattering and Radiative Transfer Basic Research and Applications I Posters A33G Observations and Modeling of Dust Aerosol and Its Societal Impacts in a Changing Climate I Posters A33H Organic Carbon in the Atmosphere Reactivity Budgets and Lifecycle I Posters A33I Processes of Sub-Cloud Scales Modeling Observation and Parameterization for Larger-Scale Models II Posters A33J Subseasonal to Seasonal Forecasting of High-Impact Weather and Climate Events I Posters A33K Atmospheric Convection Physics Dynamics Chemistry and Roles in Weather and Climate I A33L Cloud-Aerosol-Precipitation-Climate Interactions over the Southeastern Atlantic I A33M Energy and Water Cycling Regional to Global Variability and Water Security I A33N ENSO Dynamics Observations and Predictability in Light of the Recent 1 40 P.M. 2015 2016 El Ni o Event I A33O Remote Sensing of CH4 and CO2 from Space Moving toward an Observ1 40 P.M. ing System III A33P b The Rise of Small Satellite Constellations for Earth Observation I (Virtual 1 40 P.M. Session) m m Atmospheric and Space Electricity 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall AE33A Energetic Radiation from Lightning and Thunderstorms II Posters AE33B Thunderstorm Effects in the Near-Earth Space Environment II Posters Biogeosciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall l B33A Alternative Earths The Co-evolution of Life and its Environments from the GOE to the Rise of Complex Life I Posters B33B Characterizing Spatial and Temporal Variability of Hydrological and Biogeochemical Processes across Scales II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 181 B33C Constraining Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange Processes using Remote Sensing and In Situ Networks II Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V 182 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m B33D Mercury Biogeosciences and Environmental Change II Posters B33E Plant Traits and Biogeochemical Cycles III Posters B33F Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2006 Remote Sensing to Support Investigations in Plant-Climate Interactions Moscone South 1 40 P.M. II Posters Poster Hall B33G Understanding the Past Present and Future of Biodiversity in the Amazon and Brazil s Atlantic Forest Posters B33H Urban Areas and Global Change I Posters l m B33I 4 Billion Years of Serpentinization on Earth and Beyond II B33J 1 40 P.M. Assessment of Satellite-Derived Essential Climate Variables in the Terrestrial Domain II B33K Soil Carbon Dynamics Interactions of Plants Microbes and Minerals I Cryosphere 1 40 P.M. l C33A Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3009 m Advances in Understanding Processes at the Beds of Glaciers and Ice Sheets II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l C33B Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3007 Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere I Posters C33C Solid Earth-Cryosphere Interactions II Posters l l l l C33D Assessing the Stability of the Antarctic Ice Sheets and Their Contribution toward Global Sea Level I C33E Integrating Observations and Models to Better Understand a Changing 1 40 P.M. Arctic Sea Ice Cover II m Study of Earth s Deep Interior 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 303 m m m DI33A b An Integrated View of Planetary Bodies Insights from Geochemistry Petrology Geophysics and Modeling I Education 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall l l l l ED33B Climate Literacy Delivering Climate Change Science Content Process and Context to K12 Educators Students Parents and the Larger Community II Posters ED33C Climate Literacy Increasing the Collective Impact of Climate Literacy Efforts through Networks and Partnerships II Posters ED33A Climate Literacy Informal Education and Citizen Science New Successes and Strategies Beyond the Classroom II Posters ED33D Climate Literacy Moving Past Barriers to Climate Literacy Action What We Know from Educational Research and Evaluation and Where We Need to Grow Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l l l l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. m m m SH SM DI MR S T V ED33E Moscone South Communication of Science Practice Research and Reflection III Posters 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall ED33F Moscone South 309 Using Drones for Education Posters ED33G Communication of Science Practice Research and Reflection II m Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l l l m m m m l l l EP33A Moscone South Poster Hall Cohesive Sediment Erosion and Transport in Riverine Estuarine and Coastal Environments II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l EP33B b Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone South Poster Hall Control from Above and Below Interactions between Climate and Lithology in Landscape Evolution II Posters EP33C Ecogeomorphology Sediment-Biota Feedbacks that Shape Land and Seascape II Posters EP33D Erosion and Sediment Transport in Steep Landscapes II Posters EP33E Frontiers in EPSP Landscape Response to a Changing Climate I Geodesy 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l G33A Borehole Strainmeters New Results Emerging Applications and Open Data Posters G33B 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2004 Geodetic Measurements of the Earth s Elastic Response to Surface Mass Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Variability I Posters Poster Hall m m m m G33C Recent Advances in SAR Technology for Earth Observation I Global Environmental Change 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l GC33A Environmental Socioeconomic and Climatic Changes in Northern Eurasia and Their Feedbacks to the Global Earth System and Society II Posters GC33B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Multidisciplinary Assessments of Radiation Management GeoengineerMoscone South l 1 40 P.M. ing I Posters Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3005 m m l l l GC33C Natural- and Human-Induced Impacts on the Terrestrial Water Cycle and Implications for Water Resources II Poster GC33D Semi-arid Shrublands under Changing Climates II Posters International Transdisciplinary Approaches toward Resilience and GC33E b Adaptation for Societal Managed and Natural Systems Case Studies on Coastal Vulnerability and Freshwater Security II m GC33F Multisector Multiscale Modeling to Address Integrated Human-Earth System Dynamics II 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 183 GC33G b Permafrost Degradation and Its Interrelations with Physical Socioecological and Socioeconomical Processes II m m MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 302 SH SM DI MR S T V 184 2016 AGU FALL MEETING l Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism GP33A Imaging the Crust using Magnetic Gravity and Electromagnetic Methods I Hydrology H33F b 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l l Advances and Challenges in Unraveling the Impact of Nonpoint Source Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Fluxes on Groundwater Vadose Zone and Surface Waters III Posters Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall l l l l l l l H33K b Advances in Understanding and Remote Sensing of Land-Atmosphere Interactions From Bedrock to Boundary Layer III Posters H33J 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3011 Moscone West 3018 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 3022 m m m m m m Critical Role of Field Observation and Experimentation in Catchments and Beyond in Advancing the Hydrological Sciences I Posters H33I Existing and Legacy Oil and Gas Infrastructure Characterization Mitigation and Management II Posters H33H Hydrologic Data Assimilation II Posters H33C Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Large-Scale Climate Variability and Its Impact on Hydrological Systems Water Resources and Population I Posters H33D Shifting Extremes Understanding Hydrological Events for Societal Benefit I Posters l H33A Subsurface Contaminant Transport and Remediation Advances in Process Understanding and Applications IV Posters H33B Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l Thermal Riverscapes Understanding River Temperature Patterns Processes and Implications across Multiple Scales II Posters H33G Understanding the Extent and Impacts of Land-Use Land-Cover and Climate Change on Ecohydrology II Posters H33E Water Moving between People Policies Zip-ties and Duct Tape Innovations and Future Directions at the Interface of Sociohydrology and Classical Hydrology I Posters l l H33L Advancing Hydrology and Water Quality Models in Watershed Planning 1 40 P.M. and Management I m m m H33M 1 40 P.M. Dual Impact of Urbanization and Climate Change on Watershed Hydro1 40 P.M. logical Responses I H33N Existing and Legacy Oil and Gas Infrastructure Characterization Mitigation and Management I H33O Hydrologic Data Assimilation I H33P Subsurface Contaminant Transport and Remediation Advances in Process Understanding and Applications III H33Q Transforming Hydrologic Prediction and Decision Making Integrated Modeling and Management I H33R b Understanding the Extent and Impacts of Land-Use Land-Cover and Climate Change on Ecohydrology I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l l SH SM DI MR S T V Earth and Space Science Informatics Moscone South Poster Hall l l l IN33B Moscone South l 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2000 Moscone West 2002 Near Real-Time Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications II Posters IN33A Supercomputing for Geoscience Success Stories from Yellowstone and Other Petascale Systems II Posters Collaborations Partnerships and Alliances that Are Building SustainIN33C b ing and Stewarding Data and Research Infrastructures in Support of the New Era of the Big Data Transdisciplinary World II 1 40 P.M. Space-Based Operational Global Earth Observations from Suomi IN33D b National Polar-Orbiting Partnership (S-NPP) the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) II Mineral and Rock Physics 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 301 l m MR33A Phase Relations Petrology and Dynamics of the Deep Earth II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l m m l l m MR33B The Physical Properties of Core Materials II Posters MR33C Precursory Deformation before Dynamic Failure I Nonlinear Geophysics 1 40 P.M. l NG33A Advances in Data Assimilation Predictability and Uncertainty Quantification II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l NG33B 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 104 Nonlinear Systems-Level Analysis of the Phytobiome Including Plants Moscone South Insects Microbiomes Soils Hydrology Aerosols and Other Atmospher- 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall ic Properties Posters NG33C b Lorenz Lecture (Virtual Session) Natural Hazards 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l NH33A Global Change Extreme Events and Societal Impacts II Posters Near Surface Geophysics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l NS33A Advances of Airborne Survey in Near Surface Geophysics From Geologic Framework Studies to Hazard Investigation II Posters NS33B Near Surface Geophysics General Contributions II Posters Planetary Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l P33A Enceladus Getting Very Near the End II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 185 P33B In the Name of Jove Giant Planet Interiors Atmospheres Aurorae and Ionospheres II Posters P33C Juno s Exploration of Jupiter and the Earth-Based Collaborative Campaign III Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l m m m AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday P.M. SH SM DI MR S T V 186 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2007 Moscone West 2009 m P33D Terrestrial Analogs for Planetary Processes Oceans Volcanoes Impacts Moscone South 1 40 P.M. and Dunes II Posters Poster Hall P33E Planetary Rings Meteoroid and Dust Populations and Effects II P33F Titan Constraining an Ocean World II Public Affairs 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 304 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall PA33A Assessments and Methods for Understanding the Role and Impact of Geospatial Data for Decision-making Posters PA33B Integrating Science and Users for NASA Mission Development NASA s New Path Forward in Science Applications Posters PA33C Socioeconomic Impact Analysis for Earth Observation Science Posters PA33D Toward More Effective Decision Maker-Scientist Engagement I Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l PP33A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2003 Reconstructing and Modeling Late Pliocene Climate Variability II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l PP33B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Terrestrial Hydroclimate II Posters PP33C Astronomical Forcing of Past Climate I PP33D Quantitative Approaches to Paleoclimate Data Models and Their Intercomparison II Seismology l l S33A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Advances in Understanding of Tremor Slow Slip and Other Slow EarthMoscone South 1 40 P.M. quake Phenomena I Posters Poster Hall S33B Capturing the Complexity of Site Amplification I Posters S33C Energy Partitioning during Earthquakes Landslides and Other Shear Failure Processes II Posters l l l l S33D Seismology Contributions Earthquake Ground Motions and Engineering Seismology I Posters S33E b Advances in the Science of Nuclear Test Detection II Moscone South m 307 Moscone South 305 Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 102 m m m m m m S33F b Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales VI S33G Modeling Earthquake Strong Ground Motions II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. l SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Aeronomy Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2016 SA33A 1 40 P.M. Atmospheric Gravity Wave Sources Propagation Instabilities and Regional and Global Effects from the Surface into the Thermosphere and Ionosphere III Posters SA33B Dynamics and Coupling Processes of the Ionosphere and Thermosphere at Middle and Low Latitudes during Geomagnetic Storms II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2011 m m SH33A Solar and Heliospheric Physics General Contributions Corona and Wind II SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 1 40 P.M. l SM33A 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Combining Data and Models in Data-Starved Fields of Heliophysics II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l SM33B Imaging the Global Dynamics of the Solar Wind Magnetosphere Interaction I Posters SM33C 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2018 Ion Upflow Outflow Physics and Their Effects on the Coupled MagnetoMoscone South 1 40 P.M. sphere-Ionosphere System I Posters Poster Hall l SM33D Quantification of Wave-Particle Interactions in the Earth s Radiation Belts IV Tectonophysics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 306 Moscone South 103 m m m m m T33A Moscone South Poster Hall Accretion Modes Structure and Processes at Slow- and Ultra-slow Spreading Mid-Ocean Ridges II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l l T33B Linking Surface and Upper Crustal Kinematics to Deeper Crust and Mantle Flow in Collisions I Posters T33C Transform Plate Boundary Behavior from Milliseconds to Mega-Annums and Oceans to Continents II Posters T33D High-Resolution Topography and Dating in Active Tectonics II T33E Origin Architecture and Dynamics of Extensional Basins II Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l V33A Chemo-mechanical Mass Transport in Metamorphic Orogenic and Planetary Systems From Diffusion to Large-Scale Tectonics Posters V33B Cumulates from Top to Bottom New Perspectives and Implications for Volcanic Plumbing Systems and Crust-Forming Processes II Posters V33C Deep Carbon From the Mantle to the Surface and Back Again III Posters 1 40 P.M. V33D New Insights on Igneous and Metamorphic Processes from Nontraditional Thermobarometers and Geospeedometers II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 187 V33E The Nature of Magma Reservoirs I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V 188 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 308 Moscone South 310 1 40 P.M. 2 40 P.M. m V33F The Role of Halogens in Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Geochemical Processes Surface Crust and Mantle II Posters V33G Advances in Approaches and Instruments for Isotope Studies I V33H Fluids Crystals and Melts The Role of Volatiles in Volcanic Processes from Mantle to Surface II Nonlinear Geophysics Moscone South m 104 m NG33D Evaluating Reanalysis Learning about Past Weather and Climate I (Half Session) Ocean Sciences 2 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 OS33A b Rachel Carson Lecture (Virtual Session) UNION 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2020 U34A AGU-EGU Great Debate - Towards New Arctic Environments Global Opportunities and Threats (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3002 m A34A Advances in Numerical Methods for Atmosphere and Ocean Modeling II Moscone West 3008 A34B Advances in Remote Sensing of Fires Aerosols and Trace Gases for Air Quality Applications II A34C Anthropogenic Aerosol Forcing Mechanisms of Regional Climate Variability and Change I s A34D Atmospheric Convection Physics Dynamics Chemistry and Roles in Weather and Climate II A34E Dynamics Observations and Predictability in Light of the Recent 2015 2016 El Ni o Event II Biogeosciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2004 B34A Mapping and Monitoring Vegetation Structure from Space II B34B Soil Carbon Dynamics Interactions of Plants Microbes and Minerals II B34C Tropical Forests under a Changing Climate II Cryosphere 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 2000 m m m m m m C34A Arctic Sea Ice Cover in Decline Impacts on the Interactions in the Atmosphere-Snow-Ice-Ocean Ecosystem I C34B Assessing the Stability of the Antarctic Ice Sheets and Their Contribution toward Global Sea Level II C34C Glacier Monitoring from In Situ and Remotely Sensed Observations I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday P.M. 4 00 P.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V Study of Earth s Deep Interior Moscone South 303 m m DI34A b An Integrated View of Planetary Bodies Insights from Geochemistry Petrology Geophysics and Modeling II Education 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 309 ED34A New Approaches to Professional and Career Development for Students and Postdocs in the Geosciences II Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 4 00 P.M. m EP34A b 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2003 Sediment Size Input to Fluvial Networks Production Transformation Delivery and Effects II Moscone West 2005 m EP34B Surface Processes in the Anthropocene Human Dimensions of Geomorphic Change and Anthropogenic Chronological Markers in Sediments II Geodesy 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 G34A b Bowie Lecture (Virtual Session) Global Environmental Change 4 00 P.M. m m m m m m m m m GC34A 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3001 Climate-Influenced Species Range Shifts Where Are We Headed II Moscone West 3012 GC34B b Earth s Energy Imbalance and Energy Flows through the Climate System II GC34C b Interpretation and Uncertainty in Climate Earth System Integrated Assessment and Impact Models and Observations II GC34D New Approaches to Sustained Climate Assessment in the U.S. Progress 4 00 P.M. Collaborations across Scales and Tools II Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 302 GP34A Imaging the Crust using Magnetic Gravity and Electromagnetic Methods II Hydrology 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3022 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3018 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 3016 m m m m m m m m m m H34A b Advances in Data Integration Inverse Methods and Data Valuation across a Range of Scales in Hydrogeophysics II H34B Advancing Hydrology and Water Quality Models in Watershed Planning 4 00 P.M. and Management II H34C Critical Role of Field Observation and Experimentation in Catchments and Beyond in Advancing the Hydrological Sciences II H34D b Multiscale and Hybrid Methods for Flow and Transport in Porous Media 4 00 P.M. I 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 189 H34E Transforming Hydrologic Prediction and Decision Making Uncertainty II H34F Water Moving between People Policies Zip-ties and Duct Tape Innovations and Future Directions at the Interface of Sociohydrology and Classical Hydrology II m MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Wednesday P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2002 SH SM DI MR S T V 190 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 4 00 P.M. m Earth and Space Science Informatics IN34A Managing Scientific Collaboration using Identity Management and Access Control to Online Resources A Panel Offering User and Provider Perspectives on Tools Options and Strategies Mineral and Rock Physics Moscone South 301 m m m MR34A b Planetary Ices and Volatiles from Surface to Deep Interior II Natural Hazards 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 306 Moscone South 102 NH34A b Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science II (Virtual Session) NH34B Landslide Hazard Runout Dynamics Vulnerability and Risk Analysis II Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3011 OS34A b Recent Scientific Discoveries and Innovative Technology and Method Developments that Advance Characterization of the Deep Ocean I Planetary Sciences 4 00 P.M. m P34A Cracking Up Ice-Ocean Dynamics on Earth and Ocean Worlds II Moscone West 2007 m Public Affairs 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 304 PA34A Toward More Effective Decision Maker-Scientist Engagement II Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 4 00 P.M. m PP34A 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2012 Aerosols Clouds and Paleoclimate I Moscone West 2010 m PP34B New Perspectives on Quaternary Climate Forcing Mechanisms the Mid-Pleistocene Transition and Interglacial Climate II Seismology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South m 307 Moscone South 305 m m m m S34A b Advances in the Science of Nuclear Test Detection III S34B b Intermediate-Depth and Deep-Focus Earthquakes I SPA-Aeronomy 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2016 m SA34A Geomagnetic Storms and Substorms and the SAPS Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Science Challenge Towards a Synthesis of Observations Modeling and Theory II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2011 m SH34A b Organizing and Understanding Solar and Heliospheric Data for Discovery II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Wednesday P.M. 4 00 P.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2018 SM34A 4 00 P.M. Moon-Plasma Interactions throughout the Solar System I SM34B Quantification of Wave-Particle Interactions in the Earth s Radiation Belts V Tectonophysics 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 T34A b Birch Lecture (Virtual Session) Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m V34A Moscone South 103 Advances in Approaches and Instruments for Isotope Studies II Moscone South 308 m m m V34B b Moscone South 4 00 P.M. 310 Flood and Hotspot Volcanism and Relationships to Mass Extinctions and Ocean Biogeochemistry II V34C Fluids Crystals and Melts The Role of Volatiles in Volcanic Processes from Mantle to Surface III Geodesy 5 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 G34B Scientific and Practical Challenges of Replacing NAD 83 NAVD 88 and IGLD 85 II (Half Session) Thursday A.M. A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S T V UNION 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 102 U41A The PETM Insights for Cause Impacts of Consequence Interest to Anthropogenic Carbon Emissions and Relevance to Current Global Change (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l A41A Advances in Remote Sensing of Fires Aerosols and Trace Gases for Air Quality Applications III Posters A41B Anthropogenic Aerosol Forcing Mechanisms of Regional Climate Variability and Change II Posters s A41C Atmospheric Convection Physics Dynamics Chemistry and Roles in Weather and Climate III Posters A41D Cloud-Aerosol-Precipitation-Climate Interactions over the Southeastern Atlantic II Posters A41E Energy and Water Cycling Regional to Global Variability and Water Security II Posters A41F Moscone South Remote Sensing of CH4 and CO2 from Space Moving toward an Observ8 00 A.M. ing System IV Posters Poster Hall 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 191 A41G Stochastic and Coupled Modeling for Seamless Earth System Prediction Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Capabilities II Posters Poster Hall MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA l Thursday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3004 m SH SM l DI MR S T V 192 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3002 m m A41H The Rise of Small Satellite Constellations for Earth Observation II Posters A41I Atmospheric Oxidation Capacity Constraints Laboratory Investigations 8 00 A.M. Field and Remote Sensing Observations and Modeling Studies II A41J Atmospheric Trace Species Observations and Analyses of the Effects of Changing Atmospheric Composition on Stratospheric Ozone and Climate I A41K Climate Sensitivity and Feedbacks Advances and New Paradigms II A41L Dynamics Observations and Predictability in Light of the Recent 2015 2016 El Ni o Event III A41M Interactions between Biogenic and Anthropogenic Emissions Contrasting the Southeast United States Amazonia and Other Regions of the 8 00 A.M. Atmosphere I A41N b Observations and Modeling of Dust Aerosol and Its Societal Impacts in a Changing Climate II A41O Stochastic and Coupled Modeling for Seamless Earth System Prediction Moscone North 8 00 A.M. Capabilities II Posters (Lightning) 110 Biogeosciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l B41A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2006 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2004 m (Bio-isotopic) Message in a (Rock Record) Bottle Revisited Who Wrote It How Did It Get Here and What Does It Tell Us I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l B41B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 20 Years of Eddy Flux Research in AmeriFlux and EuroFlux History Highlights and Future Directions I Posters B41C Biogeochemical Cycling in the Cryosphere I Posters B41D Soil Carbon Dynamics Diving into Our Conceptual and Operational View of Soil Carbon Pools II Posters B41E Soil Carbon Dynamics Interactions of Plants Microbes and Minerals III Posters B41F Soil Carbon Dynamics Models and Experiments Investigating Controls on Soil Organic Matter Vulnerability in Dynamic Landscapes III Posters B41G Tree Mortality Causes Patterns and Implications II Posters l l l m B41H Urban Areas and Global Change II B41I Vegetation Phenology in Terrestrial Ecosystems Advances in Observations Mechanisms Modeling and Implications I B41J b Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change I m Cryosphere 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l C41A Arctic Sea Ice Cover in Decline Impacts on the Interactions in the Atmosphere-Snow-Ice-Ocean Ecosystem II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. l l SH SM DI MR S T V C41B Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3007 Assessing the Stability of the Antarctic Ice Sheets and Their Contribution toward Global Sea Level III Posters C41C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Glacier Monitoring from In Situ and Remotely Sensed Observations II Posters C41D Hydrology of Glaciers and Ice Sheets I Posters C41E Scratching the Surface Discoveries and Challenges in Constraining Surface Processes over Ice Sheets Glaciers and Sea Ice I Posters C41F Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere Snow II Study of Earth s Deep Interior 8 00 A.M. l l l l l m m DI41A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 303 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall An Integrated View of Planetary Bodies Insights from Geochemistry Petrology Geophysics and Modeling III Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l DI41B Deep and Dynamic The Lower Boundary Layer Mantle Plumes and Their Role in Earth s Mantle Dynamics I DI41C Structure Dynamics and Evolution of Earth s Deep Mantle I Posters l DI41D G LAB and MLDs What Are They Anyway Lithospheric Boundary Structures within and beneath the Oceans and Continents I Education 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 309 Moscone South 307 m ED41A Bright STaRS Bright Students Training as Research Scientists Posters Moscone South Poster Hall m m m m m m ED41B Climate Literacy The Climate is Changing - Are We The Arts as an Ally in Invoking Change ED41C Education through Exploration Research and Practice through Digital Platforms I Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l l EP41A Frontiers in EPSP Landscape Response to a Changing Climate II Posters 8 00 A.M. EP41B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Linking Sediment Transport and Geophysical Flows to Planetary Surface Evolution I Posters Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 2007 Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2003 m m m EP41C b Soil State Characteristics From Observations to Data Assimilation and Modeling I Posters EP41D Modeling the Terrestrial Landscape I H m EP41E Sediment Transport Capacity of Flows Controls on Source-to-Sink Evolution from Upland Catchments to the Deep Ocean I 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 193 EP41F b The Architecture and Workings of Earth s Critical Zone I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3009 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V 194 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. l Geodesy G41A Reference Frames Determination Usage and Application I Posters G41B The Global Geodetic Observing System Ground- and Space-Based Infrastructure for Earth and Planetary Rotation I Posters G41C Geodetic Measurements of the Earth s Elastic Response to Surface Mass 8 00 A.M. Variability II Global Environmental Change Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l GC41A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m Advances in GNSS Remote Sensing of Atmosphere Land and Ocean Posters GC41B Climate Variability and the African Environment Water Resources and Food Security I Posters GC41C Geological Carbon Sequestration Optimization via Injection Scenario Management Posters GC41D Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3003 m m m Multifrequency Interferometric SAR for Forest Structure and Biomass Measurement Posters GC41E Telecoupling Framework as an Integrated Platform to Capture Study and Manage Complexity in a Changing World Posters Advancing Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories in the Agriculture GC41F b Forestry and Other Land Use Sector for Reporting to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change I 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2020 m m m m GC41G b Moscone West 3005 Global and Regional Water-Food-Energy Security under Changing Environments I m m m m m GC41H The Arctic Freshwater System Past Present and Future I The Role of Fire in the Earth System Understanding Drivers Feedbacks 8 00 A.M. GC41I b and Interactions with the Land Atmosphere and Society I (Virtual Session) m m Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 302 GP41A All Things Electromagnetic I Hydrology l l l l H41A Advancing Hydrology and Water Quality Models in Watershed Planning Moscone South 8 00 A.M. and Management III Posters Poster Hall H41C Dual Impact of Urbanization and Climate Change on Watershed HydroMoscone South l 8 00 A.M. logical Responses II Posters Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l H41D Models and Data of Soil Systems across Scales Posters l H41F b Multiscale and Hybrid Methods for Flow and Transport in Porous Media Moscone South l 8 00 A.M. II Posters Poster Hall Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. l m m m m m m m m m SH SM DI MR S T V H41E Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3024 m Non-Newtonian Fluids in Subsurface Environments Rheology Modeling and Applications Posters H41B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Transforming Hydrologic Prediction and Decision Making III Posters H41G b Disturbance Hydrology Exploring Immediate and Long-Term Impacts of Abrupt Changes on Hydrological Processes and Earth Systems I H41H Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions Identifying and Integrating Physical Biological and Chemical Processes across Scales I H41I b 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Large-Scale Climate Variability and Its Impact on Hydrological Systems 8 00 A.M. Water Resources and Population II H41J Large-Scale Watershed Modeling and Data Uncertainty on Hydrologic and Water Quality Processes I H41K Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology Spatial Patterns and Vertical Land-Surface and Aquifer-Storage Change I H41L Weather and Climate Ensembles for Hydrologic Forecasting and Scenario Analysis I Earth and Space Science Informatics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l IN41A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l BIG Value of Small Data Realizing the Huge Potential of the Diverse Long Tail Communities to Contribute to the Advancement of Science I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall IN41B Bridging the Gap between Earth Science Open Data Producers and Consumers Success Stories and New Challenges Posters IN41C 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2000 Managing Earth Science Data Quality Information for the Benefit of Users I Posters l IN41D Persistent Identification Publication and Trustworthy Management of Research Resources I Mineral and Rock Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l MR41A Physical Properties of Earth Materials (PPEM) Rock Deformation over Various Time and Spatial Scales II Posters MR41B Precursory Deformation before Dynamic Failure II Posters MR41C Salt as Geologic Storage Media Applications in Subsurface Engineering Moscone South 8 00 A.M. I Posters Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 301 l MR41D The Mechanics of Slow Earthquakes as Illuminated by Observational Theoretical and Laboratory Studies II Posters l m l m m MR41E Experimental Measurements and Theoretical Constraints on Transport Properties of Geomaterials I Nonlinear Geophysics 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 195 NG41A Earth System Dynamics Complexity and Predictability Physical and Analytical Approaches Bridging the Geosciences II Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South l Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V 196 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l NG41B Evaluating Reanalysis Learning about Past Weather and Climate II Posters Natural Hazards NH41A Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science III Posters NH41B Landslide Hazard Runout Dynamics Vulnerability and Risk Analysis III Posters Near Surface Geophysics Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l NS41A Frontiers of Uncertainty Estimation in Geophysical Inversion II Posters NS41B Geophysical Methods for Groundwater Evaluation and Management II Posters Ocean Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3011 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall OS41A Ocean Gas Plume Science Hydrocarbon Transport in the Geo- Hydro- Atmo-spheres II Posters OS41B Recent Scientific Discoveries and Innovative Technology and Method Developments that Advance Characterization of the Deep Ocean II Posters OS41C Scientific and Technical Advances in Mapping and Characterizing Seafloor Volcanism and Hydrothermal Processes I Posters OS41D b Recent Advances in Ocean Biogeochemical Observations and Modeling I Planetary Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2009 Moscone South Poster Hall m m m m P41A Characterizing Subsurface Water and Ice on Small Bodies Planets and Icy Ocean Worlds I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l P41B Surface-Interior Coupling on Earth Venus and Rocky Exoplanets Influences on Planetary Evolution and Habitability I Posters P41C b The Exploration of Ceres and Vesta by Dawn and Earth-Based Analyses I 8 00 A.M. Public Affairs 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 304 l l l PA41A Defining Extreme Space Weather Events I Posters PA41B Developing Comprehensive Assessment Strategies for Mining-Impacted Landscapes to Inform Land and Water Management Decisions I Posters PA41C General Contributions to Public Affairs Posters PA41D Making an Impact Stories Tips and Lessons Learned from Collaborating with Communities II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l SH SM DI MR S T V Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Moscone South Poster Hall PP41A Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. l m m m m m m m m Aerosols Clouds and Paleoclimate II Posters PP41B Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2022 2024 Astronomical Forcing of Past Climate II Posters PP41C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Climate of the Common Era I Posters PP41D Limnogeology and Paleolimnology II PP41E Paleoclimate Variability in the Indo-Pacific Region I PP41F b Unraveling Phanerozoic pCO2 and Global Temperature I Seismology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 305 Moscone South Poster Hall m S41A Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales VII Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l m S41B Intermediate-Depth and Deep-Focus Earthquakes II Posters S41C b Advances in Understanding of Tremor Slow Slip and Other Slow Earthquake Phenomena II SPA-Aeronomy 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2016 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l SA41A Advances in Radio Frequency Propagation Modeling and Applications I Posters SA41B Ionizing Radiation Environments throughout the Solar System Posters SA41C Disturbances in the Thermosphere and Ionosphere Current Understanding and Operational Impacts I (Half Session) SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SH41A Evolution Dynamics and Macroscopic Effects of Turbulence in the Heliosphere I Posters SH41B The Connections between Coronal Shock Wave Dynamics and Early SEP Production II Posters SH41C Moscone South Voyager Interstellar Mission Its Scientific Discoveries and Their Relation 8 00 A.M. to Remote Observations II Posters Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2011 SH41D Particle Acceleration and Transport at the Sun and in the Inner Heliosphere I SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall l l 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 197 SM41C Magnetospheres in the Inner Solar System I Posters SM41D Moon-Plasma Interactions throughout the Solar System II Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2018 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V 198 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. l l SM41B Multiscale Processes and Interactions in the Magnetotail and Inner Magnetosphere I Posters SM41A Radiation Belt Dynamics in the Earth s Inner Zone and Slot Region I Posters SM41E Temporal Variations of Precipitation Fluctuating Aurora ULF Modulation of High-Frequency Waves and Modulation of Energetic Particle Loss I Tectonophysics Moscone South Poster Hall l l T41A 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Advanced Technology and Multidisciplinary Approaches in Structure and Tectonics I Posters T41B High-Resolution Topography and Dating in Active Tectonics III Posters T41C 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l m m Mesozoic to Recent Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Basin from IntegratMoscone South 8 00 A.M. ed Geologic and Geophysical Data Sets I Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 306 l m m m m l m m T41D Multidisciplinary Records of Climate-Tectonic Interactions I Posters T41E 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. 103 Origin Architecture and Dynamics of Extensional Basins III Posters T41F Linking Surface and Upper Crustal Kinematics to Deeper Crust and Mantle Flow in Collisions II T41G b Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) V Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 310 Moscone South 308 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l V41A Physical and Chemical Constraints on the Moon-Forming Impact II Posters V41B Thermochemical and Transport Properties of Liquid Metal Alloys in the Earth s Core Posters V41C Active Volcanic Vents An Exceptional Opportunity for Science and Education I V41D b Physical and Chemical Constraints on the Moon-Forming Impact I V41E Volumes Timescales and Frequency of Magmatic Processes in Plutons Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Chambers and Reservoirs in the Earth s Crust I 104 SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 9 00 A.M. Moscone West 2016 SH41E Snow Flakes in the Oven Cool Prominences and Coronal Rain in the Hot Solar Corona I (Half Session) UNION U42A Integration of Climate Hydrology Social Science and Water ManageMoscone South ment Connecting Hydroclimate Models with Stakeholder Need (Virtual 10 20 A.M. 102 Session) Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday A.M. SH SM DI MR S T V Atmospheric Sciences A42A 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m Atmospheric Oxidation Capacity Constraints Laboratory Investigations Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Field and Remote Sensing Observations and Modeling Studies III 3012 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3002 A42B Atmospheric Trace Species Observations and Analyses of the Effects of Changing Atmospheric Composition on Stratospheric Ozone and Climate II A42C Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate Change I s A42D 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Data Assimilation and Inverse Modeling of the Atmospheric Composition II A42E Dynamics Observations and Predictability in Light of the Recent 2015 2016 El Ni o Event IV A42F Microphysical and Macroscopic Properties of Ice Clouds and MixedPhase Clouds Linking In Situ Remote Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models I Biogeosciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2004 m B42A b Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2008 Tropical Forests under a Changing Climate III (Virtual Session) Moscone West 2020 m B42B Urban Areas and Global Change III B42C Vegetation Phenology in Terrestrial Ecosystems Advances in Observations Mechanisms Modeling and Implications II B42D b Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change II m Cryosphere 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 3009 C42A Hydrology of Glaciers and Ice Sheets II C42B Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere Arctic III Study of Earth s Deep Interior 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 308 m m m DI42A b The Earth s Core Constraints on the Earth s Metallic Heart from Multidisciplinary Approaches I Education 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 309 Moscone South 307 m ED42A NASA Science Mission Directorate Science Education Activation for STEM Learning I ED42B b Sympathy for the Data Novel Approaches to the Art of Data Visualization I Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2005 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 199 EP42A Integrating Experimental Numerical and Theoretical Studies of Suspended-load and Bedload Transport I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2003 SH SM DI MR S T V 200 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2002 10 20 A.M. m m m m m m m m EP42B b The Architecture and Workings of Earth s Critical Zone II Geodesy m G42A Time-Dependent Deformation in Geodetic Data Advances in Detection Modeling and Interpretation I Global Environmental Change Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3003 GC42A 10 20 A.M. Biota and Biogeochemical Cycling Ecological Patterns and Processes across Scales in the Arctic I GC42B b Global and Regional Water-Food-Energy Security under Changing Environments II GC42C b The Role of Fire in the Earth System Understanding Drivers Feedbacks Moscone West 10 20 A.M. and Interactions with the Land Atmosphere and Society II 3001 Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 302 GP42A All Things Electromagnetic II Hydrology 10 20 A.M. m m H42A b 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m Disturbance Hydrology Exploring Immediate and Long-Term Impacts of Abrupt Changes on Hydrological Processes and Earth Systems II Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3016 m Moscone West 3022 m m H42B b Forecasting Hydrology at Continental Scale I H42C 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 3014 m Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions Identifying and Integrating Physical Biological and Chemical Processes across Scales II H42D Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology Spatial Patterns and Vertical Land-Surface and Aquifer-Storage Change II H42E b Shifting Extremes Understanding Hydrological Events for Societal Benefit II m m m m m m H42F b Water and Society Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World I (Half Session) H42G Wetland and Riparian Zone Effects on Water Quality Quantity and Ecology in Downstream Waters I Earth and Space Science Informatics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2000 IN42A b Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component I Mineral and Rock Physics 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 301 m m m MR42A Experimental Measurements and Theoretical Constraints on Transport Properties of Geomaterials II Ocean Sciences 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3011 OS42A b Recent Advances in Ocean Biogeochemical Observations and Modeling II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2007 SH SM DI MR S T V Planetary Sciences P42A Solar System Small Bodies Asteriods Satellites Comets Pluto and Charon I Public Affairs PA42A Toward More Effective Decision Maker-Scientist Engagement III Posters Moscone North 10 20 A.M. (Lightning) 110 Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 10 20 A.M. m m m PP42A 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2010 Paleoclimate Variability in the Indo-Pacific Region II Moscone West 2012 m PP42B Recent Advances in Lakes and Lacustrine Material Responses to Regional Climate and Environmental Change I Seismology 10 20 A.M. m S42A Advances in Understanding of Tremor Slow Slip and Other Slow Earthquake Phenomena III Moscone South 305 m S42B Seismology Contributions Earthquake Ground Motions and EngineerMoscone South 10 20 A.M. ing Seismology II 303 SPA-Aeronomy 10 20 A.M. m SA42A Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere (AIM) Coupling Phenomena and Processes New Observations and Understanding I Moscone West 2016 m SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2011 m m SH42A Fundamental Physics of the Solar Corona and Inner Heliosphere I SH42B Solar and Heliospheric Physics General Contributions Solar III SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2018 SM42A Drivers and Impact of Particle Loss in the Inner Magnetosphere II Tectonophysics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 310 Moscone South 306 m m m m m m m m m m T42A Properties of Active Fault Damage Zone and Fault Dating I T42B Sedimentary Basin Records of Convergent Orogenic Systems I X T42C b Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) VI Moscone South 10 20 A.M. 103 T42D The Eastern North American Margin Structure Dynamics History and Moscone South 10 20 A.M. Processes I 304 Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 104 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 201 V42A b Daly Lecture (Virtual Session) MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday A.M. 11 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 SH SM DI MR S T V 202 2016 AGU FALL MEETING A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S Hydrology H42H b The Paul A. Witherspoon Midcareer Lecture Award in Hydrologic Sciences 2016 Awardee Prof. Paolo D Odorico (Virtual Session) Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology V42B Volumes Timescales and Frequency of Magmatic Processes in Plutons Moscone South 11 20 A.M. Chambers and Reservoirs in the Earth s Crust II (Half Session) 104 Thursday P.M. 12 30 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 102 Moscone North Hall E T V UNION Union Agency Lecture (Virtual Session) U43A New Generation of scientists (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l A43A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Atmospheric Trace Species Observations and Analyses of the Effects of Changing Atmospheric Composition on Stratospheric Ozone and Climate III Posters Moscone South Poster Hall A43B Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate Change II Posters s A43C Dynamics Observations and Predictability in Light of the Recent 2015 2016 El Ni o Event V Posters A43D Dynamics Observations and Predictability in Light of the Recent 2015 2016 El Ni o Event VI Posters A43E Interactions between Biogenic and Anthropogenic Emissions ContrastMoscone South ing the Southeast United States Amazonia and Other Regions of the 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Atmosphere II Posters 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3002 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3008 A43F Microphysical and Macroscopic Properties of Ice Clouds and MixedPhase Clouds Linking In Situ Remote Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models II Posters A43G Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models Evaluation Understanding and Improvement I Poster A43H Tropical Cyclones Observations Modeling and Predictability I Posters s 1 40 P.M. l l A43I Tropical Cyclones Observations Modeling and Predictability II Posters s A43J A-Train Constellation 10 Years of Multiplatform Scientific Achievements 1 40 P.M. I A43K AS New Fellows I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3012 SH SM DI MR S T V A43L Light Scattering and Radiative Transfer Basic Research and Applications II A43M Organic Carbon in the Atmosphere Reactivity Budgets and Lifecycle II A43N Reducing Uncertainty in Aerosol Effects on Climate I A43O Subseasonal to Seasonal Forecasting of High-Impact Weather and Climate Events II Biogeosciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l B43A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2008 m m m m Advancing Understanding of Ecosystem Structure and Function through Remote Sensing I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall B43B Vegetation Phenology in Terrestrial Ecosystems Advances in Observations Mechanisms Modeling and Implications III Posters B43C b 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2020 Moscone West 2004 m Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change III Posters B43D (Bio-isotopic) Message in a (Rock Record) Bottle Revisited Who Wrote It How Did It Get Here and What Does It Tell Us II B43E Moscone West 3001 20 Years of Eddy Flux Research in AmeriFlux and EuroFlux History Highlights and Future Directions II B43F Alternative Earths The Co-evolution of Life and its Environments from the GOE to the Rise of Complex Life II B43G Biogeochemical Cycling in the Cryosphere II m m m m m m B43H b Tree Mortality Causes Patterns and Implications I (Virtual Session) B43I Urban Areas and Global Change IV Cryosphere 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3007 m l l l C43A Modeling of the Cryosphere High-Resolution Sea Ice Modeling Posters C43B Processes and Properties of Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice III Posters C43C Modeling of the Cryosphere Seasonal Snow I C43D Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere Frontiers IV Study of Earth s Deep Interior 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 303 m l l l m m DI43A The Earth s Core Constraints on the Earth s Metallic Heart from Multidisciplinary Approaches II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 203 DI43B b Reconciling Observations and Predictions of Dynamic Topography on Earth I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l SH SM DI MR S T V 204 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l Education ED43A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 309 Education through Exploration Research and Practice through Digital Platforms II Posters ED43B NASA Science Mission Directorate Science Education Activation for STEM Learning II Posters ED43C Sympathy for the Data Novel Approaches to the Art of Data Visualization II Posters ED43D Teaching Geoscience with MATLAB II Posters ED43E Tools and Methods for Data Driven Education in the Water Sciences I Posters ED43F Public Engagement with Science Institutional Structures and Supports I Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l EP43A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2003 m m m Modeling the Terrestrial Landscape II Posters H Moscone South Poster Hall l EP43B Sediment Transport Capacity of Flows Controls on Source-to-Sink Evolution from Upland Catchments to the Deep Ocean II Posters EP43C b The Architecture and Workings of Earth s Critical Zone III Posters 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l m m EP43D Linking Sediment Transport and Geophysical Flows to Planetary Surface Evolution II EP43E b Soil State Characteristics From Observations to Data Assimilation and Modeling II Geodesy 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2002 Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l G43A Recent Advances in SAR Technology for Earth Observation II Posters G43B Relativistic Geodesy and Quantum Sensors for Geodesy I Posters G43C New GNSS Data and Techniques Applications in the Earth Sciences II Global Environmental Change 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l GC43A Advancing Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories in the Agriculture Forestry and Other Land Use Sector for Reporting to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change II Posters GC43B Biota and Biogeochemical Cycling Ecological Patterns and Processes across Scales in the Arctic II Posters l l l l l l l l GC43C Global and Regional Water-Food-Energy Security under Changing Environments III Posters GC43D Linking Water with Economy Examining Emerging Practices Policy and Research in Water Footprint Assessment Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l l l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday P.M. Moscone South l 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 3003 SH SM DI MR S T V GC43E The Arctic Freshwater System Past Present and Future II Posters Climate Variability and the African Environment Water Resources and GC43F b Food Security II GC43G b Schneider Lecture (Virtual Session) Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l l l GP43A Moscone South Poster Hall Imaging the Crust using Magnetic Gravity and Electromagnetic Methods III Posters Moscone South Poster Hall GP43B Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 302 Magnetic Methods and New Developments in Magnetostratigraphy to Assign Chronology of Geological Processes I Posters GP43C Magnetic Mysteries From the Origin of the Hawaiian Emperor Bend to the Source of Marine Magnetic Anomalies II Posters GP43D Recent Advances in Environmental and Biogeomagnetism I Hydrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l H43F Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3022 l l l Advances in Petrophysics for Hydrogeophysics and Near Surface Geophysics II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l H43E b Climate Variability and Change and Subsurface Hydrology Impacts Mitigating Measures and Predictions II Posters H43G 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Disturbance Hydrology Exploring Immediate and Long-Term Impacts of Abrupt Changes on Hydrological Processes and Earth Systems III Posters l l H43B Food Energy and Water Nexus Synergies and Tradeoffs III Posters H43H Forecasting Hydrology at Continental Scale II Posters H43J General Surface Hydrology I Posters l H43D Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions Identifying and Integrating Physical Biological and Chemical Processes across Scales III Posters H43A Large-Scale Watershed Modeling and Data Uncertainty on Hydrologic and Water Quality Processes II Posters H43K Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology Spatial Patterns and Vertical Land-Surface and Aquifer-Storage Change III Posters H43C Weather and Climate Ensembles for Hydrologic Forecasting and Scenario Analysis II Posters l H43I Wetland and Riparian Zone Effects on Water Quality Quantity and Ecology in Downstream Waters II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 205 H43L Advances in Petrophysics for Hydrogeophysics and Near Surface Geophysics I m MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m SH SM DI MR S T V 206 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3024 m m m m m H43M Climate Variability and Change and Subsurface Hydrology Impacts Mitigating Measures and Predictions I H43N Heterogeneity Mixing and Reaction across Scales New Experimental Numerical and Theoretical Approaches I H43O 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3016 Remote Sensing Applications for Water Resources Management Including Irrigation Droughts Floods and Associated Water Cycle Extremes I H43P Transforming Hydrologic Prediction and Decision Making Cyberinfrastructure IV H43Q b Water and Society Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World II Earth and Space Science Informatics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m m IN43C Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2000 m Knowledge Representation Frameworks The Foundation for Achieving Interoperability Posters Moscone South Poster Hall IN43B Persistent Identification Publication and Trustworthy Management of Research Resources II Posters IN43A Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component II Posters IN43D b Managing Earth Science Data Quality Information for the Benefit of Users II Mineral and Rock Physics 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 301 m m m MR43A Sedimentary Rock Response and Failure I Natural Hazards 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 104 Moscone South Poster Hall NH43A Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science IV Posters NH43B Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science V Posters NH43C Landslide Hazard Runout Dynamics Vulnerability and Risk Analysis IV Posters NH43D NASA Application Science Readiness for Disaster Response I Near Surface Geophysics l l NS43A Geophysical and Geotechnical Constraint on Geomechanical Models of Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Hydraulic Fractures Posters Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l NS43B Geophysics in Laboratory Meter-Scale Experiments Posters NS43C Integrating Surface Geophysical Methods into Multiscale Investigations Moscone South 1 40 P.M. of Surface and Groundwater Connectivity Posters Poster Hall Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3011 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V Ocean Sciences OS43A General Oceanography Posters OS43B Recent Advances in Ocean Biogeochemical Observations and Modeling III Posters OS43C Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems of Tropical Pacific and Upwelling Systems I OS43D Scientific and Technical Advances in Mapping and Characterizing Seafloor Volcanism and Hydrothermal Processes II Planetary Sciences 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. l l m m P43A Cometary Processes in the Light of Rosetta II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l P43B Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2007 Solar System Small Bodies Asteriods Satellites Comets Pluto and Charon II Posters P43C 1 40 P.M. The Exploration of Ceres and Vesta by Dawn and Earth-Based Analyses II Posters l l P43D Cometary Processes in the Light of Rosetta I Public Affairs 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall PA43A Making an Impact Stories Tips and Lessons Learned from Collaborating with Communities III Posters PA43B Toward More Effective Decision Maker-Scientist Engagement III Posters Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2012 Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l PP43A Paleoclimate Variability in the Indo-Pacific Region III Posters PP43B Recent Advances in Lakes and Lacustrine Material Responses to Regional Climate and Environmental Change II Posters PP43C Unraveling Phanerozoic pCO2 and Global Temperature II Posters PP43D Multiproxy Records for Climatic and Oceanic Reconstructions I Seismology l l l l S43A Environmental and Earth Monitoring with Ambient Seismic and AcousMoscone South 1 40 P.M. tic Wave Fields I Posters Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 305 S43B Imaging the Earth II From Data to Processes on Regional to Global Scales VIII Posters l l m l l l m 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 207 S43C Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada I Posters S43D b Advances in Understanding of Tremor Slow Slip and Other Slow Earthquake Phenomena IV MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m l SH SM DI MR S T V 208 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South 307 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 309 m l S43E Capturing the Complexity of Site Amplification II S43F 4 00 P.M. The 24 August 2016 Central Italy Earthquake I Posters m l S44C 3 September 2016 M5.8 Pawnee Earthquake Oklahoma I SPA-Aeronomy 1 40 P.M. l SA43A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere (AIM) Coupling Phenomena and Processes New Observations and Understanding II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l SA43C Disturbances in the Thermosphere and Ionosphere Current Understanding and Operational Impacts II Posters SA43B Neutral Metallic Atom Layers in the Thermosphere 110 200 km Observations Origins and Implications Posters Posters SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall SH43A Advances in Predicting Magnetic Fields on the Far Side of the Sun Posters SH43B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2011 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Preparing for Solar Probe Plus and Solar Orbiter A Coordinated Science Moscone South 1 40 P.M. from the Corona to the Inner Heliosphere I Posters Poster Hall SH43C Snow Flakes in the Oven Cool Prominences and Coronal Rain in the Hot Solar Corona II Posters SH43D The Maunder Minimum How Deep How Long Posters l m l m SH43E Solar and Heliospheric Physics General Contributions Events IV SPA-Magnetospheric Physics SM43A 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2016 Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2018 1 40 P.M. Plasma Sheet Processes and Auroral Morphology in Dynamic MagnetoMoscone South 1 40 P.M. sphere-Ionosphere System I Posters Poster Hall SM43B Temporal Variations of Precipitation Fluctuating Aurora ULF Modulation of High-Frequency Waves and Modulation of Energetic Particle Loss II Posters SM43C 1 40 P.M. Ion Upflow Outflow Physics and Their Effects on the Coupled Magneto1 40 P.M. sphere-Ionosphere System II m m SM43D Magnetospheres in the Outer Solar System I SM43E b Multiscale Processes and Interactions in the Magnetotail and Inner Magnetosphere II Tectonophysics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l T43A Dynamic Interactions between Structure Fluids and Geochemistry II Posters T43B Integrating Multiple Geo-observables to Robustly Constrain Crust and Uppermost Mantle Structure and Dynamics at Global and Continental Scales I Posters l l l l Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Thursday P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m m m SH SM DI MR S l l T V T43C Interrelation between Seismicity and Gravity Field Anomalies New Insights into Earthquake Rupture Processes I Posters T43D Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 306 Properties of Active Fault Damage Zone and Fault Dating II Posters T43E The State of Stress in the Crust from Fracture and Failure to Plate Tectonics I Posters T43F Advanced Technology and Multidisciplinary Approaches in Structure and Tectonics II T43G 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 103 One Rift Two Rift Magma-Rich Rift Magma-Poor Rift Deformation Moscone South Magmatism Volatile Fluxes and Their Consequences in the East African 1 40 P.M. 304 Rift System II m m T43H b Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) VII m m m m Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 310 Moscone South 308 m m m m m l V43A Active Volcanic Vents An Exceptional Opportunity for Science and Education II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l V43B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Advances in Approaches and Instruments for Isotope Studies III Posters 1 40 P.M. V43C Twenty-Five Years of Science from the 1991 Mount Pinatubo Volcano Eruption II Posters V43D Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology General Contributions Volcano Geophysics IV Posters V43E What Can Pyroclasts Tell Us III Posters V43F b Flood and Hotspot Volcanism and Relationships to Mass Extinctions and Ocean Biogeochemistry III V43G The Nature of Magma Reservoirs II Global Environmental Change 2 40 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 GC43H b Tyndall History of Global Environmental Change Lecture (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3006 m A44A Advances in Active Spectral and Polarimetric Remote Sensing and Retrieval Techniques for Characterization of the Atmosphere and Ocean I A44B AS New Fellows II A44C b Emerging Applications of Atmospheric-Rivers Science I Oral 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 209 A44D Organic Carbon in the Atmosphere Reactivity Budgets and Lifecycle III 4 00 P.M. MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3010 SH SM DI MR S T V 210 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 4 00 P.M. m m m m m m m A44E Reducing Uncertainty in Aerosol Effects on Climate II A44F Subseasonal to Seasonal Forecasting of High-Impact Weather and Climate Events III Biogeosciences Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2020 m m m m B44A 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 20 Years of Eddy Flux Research in AmeriFlux and EuroFlux History Highlights and Future Directions III B44B Biogeochemical Cycling in the Cryosphere III B44C Remote Sensing of Vegetation Biomass I B44D b The Resilience and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Climate Change I (Virtual Session) Cryosphere 4 00 P.M. m C44A 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3007 Recent Advances in Monitoring Measuring and Modeling Snow Processes I Moscone West 3005 m C44B Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere Land Ice V Study of Earth s Deep Interior m m m DI44A b The Distribution and Pathways of Melts Fluids and Volatiles in SubducMoscone South 4 00 P.M. tion Systems A Multidisciplinary Approach II 303 Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 EP44A b Sharp Lecture (Virtual Session) Geodesy 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2002 m m m G44A b Global Navigation Satellite System for Geoscience and Hazards Applications II Global Environmental Change 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3001 m m m GC44A Climate Variability and the African Environment Water Resources and Food Security III GC44B b The Role of Fire in the Earth System Understanding Drivers Feedbacks 4 00 P.M. and Interactions with the Land Atmosphere and Society III Hydrology Moscone West 3020 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3014 m m m m H44A b Flow through Fractured and Deformable Porous Media Coupling Reac4 00 P.M. tive Transport Mechanical Deformation and Hydrodynamics I H44B General Surface Hydrology II H44C Heterogeneity Mixing and Reaction across Scales New Experimental Numerical and Theoretical Approaches II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP A AE m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology T V Thursday P.M. 4 00 P.M. m H44D 4 00 P.M. m m m Remote Sensing Applications for Water Resources Management Including Irrigation Droughts Floods and Associated Water Cycle Extremes II Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 3016 H44E 4 00 P.M. Transforming Hydrologic Prediction and Decision Making Intelligent Decision Making V H44F b Water and Society Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World III m Earth and Space Science Informatics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2000 BIG Value of Small Data Realizing the Huge Potential of the Diverse IN44A b Long Tail Communities to Contribute to the Advancement of Science II Mineral and Rock Physics 4 00 P.M. m MR44A Shale and Mudstone Multiphysics I Moscone South 301 m m m Natural Hazards 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 103 m NH44A b New Methods to Forecast Volcanic Eruptions I Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 3011 OS44A Ocean Gas Plume Science Hydrocarbon Transport in the Geo- Hydro- Atmo-spheres II OS44B Scientific and Technical Advances in Mapping and Characterizing Seafloor Volcanism and Hydrothermal Processes III Planetary Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2007 m m P44A Characterizing Subsurface Water and Ice on Small Bodies Planets and Icy Ocean Worlds II P44B Surface-Interior Coupling on Earth Venus and Rocky Exoplanets Influences on Planetary Evolution and Habitability II Public Affairs 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 302 Moscone South 104 PA44A Developing Comprehensive Assessment Strategies for Mining-Impacted Landscapes to Inform Land and Water Management Decisions II PA44B b GeoHealth-Innovative Research at the Intersection of Geoscience and Health Science II (Virtual Session) Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Moscone West 2010 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2012 PP44A b Ice-Sheet and Sea-Level Variability during Late-Cenozoic Warm Periods 4 00 P.M. PALSEA2 I PP44B Multiproxy Records for Climatic and Oceanic Reconstructions II Seismology 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 307 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 211 S44A b Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage I MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Thursday P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 305 SH SM DI MR S T V 212 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2016 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2011 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2018 Moscone West 2009 Moscone West 2003 m S44B b Seismology Contributions Earthquakes II SPA-Aeronomy SA44A Advances in Radio Frequency Propagation Modeling and Applications II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SH44A Evolution Dynamics and Macroscopic Effects of Turbulence in the Heliosphere II SPA-Magnetospheric Physics SM44A Imaging the Global Dynamics of the Solar Wind Magnetosphere Interaction II SM44B Magnetospheres in the Outer Solar System II SM44C Radiation Belt Dynamics in the Earth s Inner Zone and Slot Region II Tectonophysics T44A 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 306 m Mesozoic to Recent Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Basin from IntegratMoscone South 4 00 P.M. ed Geologic and Geophysical Data Sets II 310 T44B Multidisciplinary Records of Climate-Tectonic Interactions II T44C One Rift Two Rift Magma-Rich Rift Magma-Poor Rift Deformation Moscone South Magmatism Volatile Fluxes and Their Consequences in the East African 4 00 P.M. 304 Rift System III m m m Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 308 m m V44A The Nature of Magma Reservoirs III Friday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 102 A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S T V UNION U51A Getting Near Zero Decarbonizing the Last 20% of Energy-Sector CO2 Emissions (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences A51A A-Train Constellation 10 Years of Multiplatform Scientific Achievements Moscone South 8 00 A.M. II Posters Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall A51B Advances in Active Spectral and Polarimetric Remote Sensing and Retrieval Techniques for Characterization of the Atmosphere and Ocean II Posters A51C Atmospheric Circulation and Hydrological Cycle under a Changing Climate Monsoons Storm Tracks and the ITCZ I Posters s Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l l SH SM DI MR S T V A51D Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l Emergence of a Regional to Global Observing System for Air Quality Integrating Tropospheric Composition Observations Models and Uncertainty Characterization I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall A51E 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m Emerging Applications of Atmospheric-Rivers Science II Posters A51F Marine Aerosols and Trace Gases I Posters A51G Observations for Improving Polar Weather and Climate Predictions I Posters A51H Reducing Uncertainty in Aerosol Effects on Climate III Posters A51I Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3004 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3002 m m m Regional Climate Modeling I Posters A51J Remote Sensing of Aerosol Composition and Size I Posters A51K Understanding and Attributing Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Urban Systems and Major Hot-Spots I Posters A51L Convection Across Scales Observations Modeling and Theory I A51M b 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Extratropical and High-Latitude Storms Teleconnections Extreme Weather and the Changing Polar Climate I s m A51N Multisensor Model and Measurement Synergy Global Aerosol Characterization I A51O Role of Cloud Physics in Understanding Links between Aerosols Clouds Radiation and Precipitation I A51P Source Apportionment of Air Pollutants in Asia I m m m A51Q Tropical Circulations and Their Sensitivities to Changes in Climate I Biogeosciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l B51A Applying Lessons Learned from Established Contaminants to Elucidate the Fate Impact and Risk Associated with Technology Critical Elements and Other Substances of Emerging Concern I Posters B51B Chlorophyll Fluorescence as a Proxy of Photosynthesis From Field to Satellite Measurements Modeling and Applications I Posters B51C Forest Structure from Lidar Getting and Using Structure to Monitor and Model Changes in Forest Ecosystem Functions and Services I Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 213 B51D Land Use Decisions and Biogeochemical Processes I Posters B51E b New Mechanisms Feedbacks and Approaches for Improving PredicMoscone South l 8 00 A.M. tions of Global Biogeochemical Cycles in Earth System Models I Posters Poster Hall MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l l SH SM DI MR S T V 214 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2010 m m m B51F Remote Sensing of Vegetation Biomass II Posters B51G b 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2008 Revealing the Hidden Half Advances in Imaging and Quantification of Plant Roots and Root-Soil Interactions I Posters B51H b Soil Phosphorus Cycling from the Tropics to the Poles I Posters B51I Advancing Understanding of Ecosystem Structure and Function through Remote Sensing II B51J Alteration of Disturbance-Driven Forest Dynamics under a Changing Climate I B51K b Geomicrobiology of Extreme Environments Scarcity is the Mother of Invention I v B51L b The Fate of Carbon in Plants and Terrestrial Ecosystems From Respiration to Allocation I Cryosphere 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3007 Moscone West 3009 Moscone West 2020 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l C51A Glacier-Ocean Interactions Mechanisms and Synthesis I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l C51B Modeling of the Cryosphere Seasonal Snow II Posters C51C Recent Advances in Monitoring Measuring and Modeling Snow Processes II Posters C51D Snowmelt Driven Hydrological Processes Posters C51E b Exploration Observation and Modeling of Fast-Moving Glaciers Ice Sheets and Permafrost Landscapes I (Virtual Session) C51F Geophysical and Geological Records of Glaciated Margins I C51G b Glacier Response to Climate Change I Study of Earth s Deep Interior 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 303 l m m l l l m l DI51A G LAB and MLDs What Are They Anyway Lithospheric Boundary Structures within and beneath the Oceans and Continents II Posters DI51B Reconciling Observations and Predictions of Dynamic Topography on Earth II Posters DI51C b Deep and Dynamic The Lower Boundary Layer Mantle Plumes and Their Role in Earth s Mantle Dynamics II Education 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l ED51A Approaches that Facilitate Learning in Applied Geophysics Posters ED51B Creating an Effective REU Structure for Students and Mentors Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall SH SM DI MR S T V ED51C Education General Contributions II Posters ED51D K-5 Teachers Informal Science Educators Inservice and Preservice Program Providers and Geoscience Education Researchers Share Effective Resources Curriculum Materials and Research-Based Strategies for Implementing NGSS in Earth System Science at the K-5 Level Posters 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. ED51F NSF-Supported Undergraduate Learning Opportunities about the Earth Oceans and Atmospheric Sciences Posters ED51E Pedagogical Approaches and Assessment Strategies for Implementing NGSS in Earth System Science Posters ED51G 8 00 A.M. l l Public Engagement with Science Institutional Structures and Supports Moscone South 8 00 A.M. II Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall ED51H Moscone North 8 00 A.M. 110 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 309 Technology-Enhanced Teaching in Geosciences Posters ED51I Creating an Effective REU Structure for Students and Mentors Posters (Lightning) ED51J Teaching Geoscience with MATLAB I Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2005 Moscone West 2007 Moscone South Poster Hall l m m m EP51A Fluvial Morphodynamics and Channels Patterns and Beyond I Posters EP51C Moving Down the Chain Studying Earth Surface Processes using Computational Fluid Dynamics Approaches across Scales I EP51D Restoring Biophysical Interactions in Altered River Ecosystems I Geodesy 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2002 l l l l l G51A Plate Motion Continental Deformation and Interseismic Strain Accumulation III Posters G51B Time-Dependent Deformation in Geodetic Data Advances in Detection Modeling and Interpretation II Posters G51C The Global Geodetic Observing System Ground- and Space-Based Infrastructure for Earth and Planetary Rotation II Global Environmental Change 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l l GC51A Improving the Simulation of Climate Impacts on Agriculture AgMIP and Related Research I Posters GC51B Remotely Sensed Monitoring Approaches and Geophysical Modeling for improving Agricultural Resiliency I Posters GC51C Renewable Energy Wind Solar Marine and Open Topics I Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 215 GC51D Taking the Temperature of the Earth Challenges Trends and Applications across all Earth Surface Domains I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l m m m m m m m m l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday A.M. Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3001 SH SM DI MR S T V 216 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 302 m GC51E The Role of Fire in the Earth System Understanding Drivers Feedbacks Moscone South l 8 00 A.M. and Interactions with the Land Atmosphere and Society IV Posters Poster Hall GC51F Advances in Earth Observation for Agricultural Monitoring (GEOGLAM) 8 00 A.M. Food Security and Early Warning I GC51G Climate Extremes and Their Implications in Impact Modeling Studies I GC51H b Earth Science Results from New Imaging Spectroscopy Measurements around the Globe I Geomagnetism Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall GP51A All Things Electromagnetic III Posters GP51B Electromagnetic Imaging of Natural and Engineered Fracture Systems Posters GP51C Recent Advances in Environmental and Biogeomagnetism II Posters GP51D Magnetic Methods and New Developments in Magnetostratigraphy to Assign Chronology of Geological Processes II Hydrology 8 00 A.M. l l H51G Moscone South l 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l Advances in Ecohydrology of Water-Stressed Environments II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l H51F Advances in Hydrologic Prediction Toward Water Resources Decision Making II Posters H51D Heterogeneity Mixing and Reaction across Scales New Experimental Numerical and Theoretical Approaches III Posters H51E b Modeling the Critical Zone Integrating Processes and Data across Disciplines and Scales II Posters l l l H51C Multiscale Multiphysics Process in Fractured Rock and Modeling of Coupled Transport Phenomena in Fracture Networks I Posters H51B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Persistent Problems in Multiphase Flow and Transport in Porous Media Moscone South 8 00 A.M. From Pore- to Continuum-Scale II Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 3011 Moscone West 3024 m m m m l l H51I Progress in Water Cycle from Satellite Data and Modeling at Global Regional and Catchment Scales in a Changing World II Posters H51H Remote Sensing Applications for Water Resources Management Including Irrigation Droughts Floods and Associated Water Cycle Extremes III Posters H51A Water and Society Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World IV Posters l m m m l l H51J Advances in Ecohydrology of Water-Stressed Environments I H51K Advances in Hydrologic Prediction Toward Water Resources Decision Making I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m m m m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3020 SH SM DI MR S T V H51L Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions Identifying and Integrating Physical Biological and Chemical Processes across Scales IV Hydrology Society and Environmental Change Coupled Human-Water 8 00 A.M. H51M b Dynamics across Scales I 8 00 A.M. H51N b Modeling the Critical Zone Integrating Processes and Data across Disciplines and Scales I H51O 8 00 A.M. Persistent Problems in Multiphase Flow and Transport in Porous Media 8 00 A.M. From Pore- to Continuum-Scale I H51P Progress in Water Cycle from Satellite Data and Modeling at Global Regional and Catchment Scales in a Changing World I Earth and Space Science Informatics IN51A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l m l Darth Data Awaken the Forces to Rescue Old Data for New Discoveries Moscone South 8 00 A.M. I Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2000 IN51C Spatial Data Infrastructure for Earth and Space Sciences Analyzing Visualizing and Sharing Multidimensional Earth Science Data I Posters IN51B 8 00 A.M. Working toward a Living Dashboard of the Planet I Posters IN51D Innovative Tools and Services to Enable Data Use across Broad User Communities I Mineral and Rock Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l m l l l l l l l MR51A Experimental Measurements and Theoretical Constraints on Transport Properties of Geomaterials III Posters MR51B Sedimentary Rock Response and Failure II Posters MR51C Shale and Mudstone Multiphysics II Posters MR51D Salt as Geologic Storage Media Applications in Subsurface Engineering Moscone South 8 00 A.M. II 301 Natural Hazards 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l NH51A Ionospheric and Atmospheric Monitoring of Natural Hazards Existing Terrestrial and Potential Planetary Applications I Posters NH51B Monitoring Prediction Mitigation and Analysis of Hydroclimatic Extremes I Posters NH51C Pre-earthquake Processes An Interdisciplinary Approach to Earthquake Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Prediction Studies I Posters Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 103 NH51D Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science VI Ocean Sciences 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 217 OS51A Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems of Tropical Pacific and Upwelling Systems II Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l SH SM DI MR S T V 218 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l OS51B Experiments Modeling and Field Studies on Gas Hydrate Formation I Posters OS51C South China Sea A Natural Laboratory for Investigating Marginal Sea Tectonic Oceanographic Paleoceanographic and Biogeochemical Processes I Posters l l Planetary Sciences 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2009 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall P51A Accretion Differentiation and Early Planetary Evolution II Posters P51B Geophysics of Satellites and Small Bodies Including Pluto and Charon II Posters P51C Radar Investigations of Planetary Surfaces and Subsurfaces I Posters P51D Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Seven Years at the Moon I Public Affairs 8 00 A.M. l PA51A 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m Art and Design of Visualizations in the Geosciences Inspiration Interpretation and Communication I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 304 Moscone South Poster Hall l l l PA51B b Care and Feeding of Physical Samples and Their Metadata What Happens Next Posters PA51C Earth Science in Service to the Sustainable Development Goals I m m m Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 8 00 A.M. l PP51A Connecting Palaeoclimate Proxies to Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Patterns I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l PP51B 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2003 m Ice-Sheet and Sea-Level Variability during Late-Cenozoic Warm Periods Moscone South 8 00 A.M. PALSEA2 II Posters Poster Hall l l l PP51C b Interpretations of Stable Carbon Isotope Records in Sedimentary Systems I Posters PP51D 8 00 A.M. Multiproxy Records for Climatic and Oceanic Reconstructions III Posters 8 00 A.M. PP51E b Climate of the Common Era II m PP51F Pluvials Atmospheric Rivers Monsoons and Water Availability from the Quaternary into the Future Modeling Observations and Paleorecon8 00 A.M. structions of Hydroclimate Extremes I Seismology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall S51A Geophysical Approaches for Global Security I Posters S51B Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A m m m AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday A.M. Moscone South 8 00 A.M. 307 8 00 A.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V S51C Environmental and Earth Monitoring with Ambient Seismic and AcousMoscone South m 8 00 A.M. tic Wave Fields II 305 S51D b Moscone South Poster Hall Seismology Contributions Earthquakes III S51E 3 September 2016 M5.8 Pawnee Earthquake Oklahoma II Posters m m SPA-Aeronomy SA51A 8 00 A.M. l l Progress in Observations Modeling and Understanding of the ChemisMoscone South 8 00 A.M. try and Dynamics of the Earth s Mesosphere I Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2016 l l SA51B 8 00 A.M. Solar and Heliospheric Forcings and Their Effects on Climate I Posters SA51C Winds Composition and Temperature in the Thermosphere and Their Impact on the Ionosphere I SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l SH51A Fast Magnetosonic Shocks in the Heliosphere Posters Moscone South Poster Hall SH51B Fundamental Physics of the Solar Corona and Inner Heliosphere II Posters SH51C Moscone South 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2011 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall ICME and Energetic Particle Interactions in the Heliosphere and at Solar Moscone South 8 00 A.M. System Bodies I Posters Poster Hall SH51D Non-Maxwellian Distribution Functions in Space Plasmas Posters SH51E Particle Acceleration and Transport at the Sun and in the Inner Heliosphere III Posters SH51F The Physics of Magnetic Flux Ropes throughout the Heliosphere Posters l SH51G Particle Acceleration and Transport at the Sun and in the Inner Heliosphere II SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l SM51D Birkeland Currents Achievements since Iijima and Potemra (1976) and Challenges in Years to Come I Posters SM51C Field-Aligned Currents Poynting Flux Auroral Precipitation and Their Role in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling I Posters SM51F Kappa Distributions Origin and Effects on Planetary Magnetospheres Posters SM51E Magnetospheres in the Outer Solar System III Posters SM51B Magnetotail Dynamic Processes Recent Progress in Observations and Simulations II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 219 SM51A Novel Instrument Techniques for Heliophysics In Situ and Remote Sensing I Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone West 2018 SH SM DI MR S T V 220 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. l l l l SM51G Magnetotail Dynamic Processes Recent Progress in Observations and Simulations I Tectonophysics Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l T51A Making the Mediterranean From Mantle to Surface Processes I Posters T51B Models and Experiments that Couple Flow and Deformation in the Shallow Crust I Posters T51C 8 00 A.M. l l l One Rift Two Rift Magma-Rich Rift Magma-Poor Rift Deformation Moscone South Magmatism Volatile Fluxes and Their Consequences in the East African 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Rift System I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l T51D Sedimentary Basin Records of Convergent Orogenic Systems II Posters X l l T51E 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 104 Moscone South 306 Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Subduction Zone Earthquakes and the Role of Asperities in Rupture Moscone South Propagation and Aftershock Sequences Insights from the 16 April 2016 8 00 A.M. Poster Hall Pedernales Ecuador Earthquake I Posters l l T51F Tectonic Evolution of the U.S. Northern Rocky Mountains I Posters T51G The Eastern North American Margin Structure Dynamics History and Processes II Posters l T51H b Integrating Multiple Geo-observables to Robustly Constrain Crust and Uppermost Mantle Structure and Dynamics at Global and Continental Scales II m m m m T51I b Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) VIII m m m m Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Moscone South 310 Moscone South 308 m m m V51A Measurements Theories and Applications of Nontraditional Stable Isotopes I Posters Moscone South Poster Hall V51B Tectonochemistry II V51C Volcanic Plumbing Systems and Surface Processes I Education 9 05 A.M. Moscone North 110 m m ED51K Approaches that Facilitate Learning in Applied Geophysics Posters (Lightning) UNION 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 102 U52A Power to Our Samples Increasing Impact of Scientific Specimens and Collections (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3010 m m m m A52A b Extratropical and High-Latitude Storms Teleconnections Extreme Weather and the Changing Polar Climate II s Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday A.M. Moscone West 10 20 A.M. 3004 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V A52B Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3012 Multisensor Model and Measurement Synergy Global Aerosol Characterization II A52C Role of Cloud Physics in Understanding Links between Aerosols Clouds Radiation and Precipitation II A52D Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models Evaluation Understanding and Improvement II A52E b Tropical Cyclones Observations Modeling and Predictability III s Biogeosciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m m m m B52A Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2020 Moscone West 2004 Advancing Understanding of Ecosystem Structure and Function through Remote Sensing III Moscone West 2006 B52B 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Constraining Photosynthesis or Respiration of CO2 at Ecosystem Regional or Global Scales I B52C The Resilience and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Climate Change II B52D Vegetation Canopies Observations and Theory of Physiology Structure and Function I Cryosphere m m C52A Moscone West 10 20 A.M. 3009 Advances in Geophysical Exploration of Ice Sheets and Ice Shelves and Moscone West 10 20 A.M. Strategies for Data-Model Fusion I 3007 C52B Geophysical and Geological Records of Glaciated Margins II Study of Earth s Deep Interior 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 303 m m m DI52A b Structure Dynamics and Evolution of Earth s Deep Mantle II Education 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 309 m ED52A Tools and Methods for Data Driven Education in the Water Sciences II Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2005 m EP52A Comparing and Contrasting Geomorphic Channel Networks I EP52B Ecohydraulics Flow-Biota and Sediment-Biota Interactions I Moscone West 10 20 A.M. 2003 Geodesy 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2002 G52A Reference Frames Determination Usage and Application II Global Environmental Change 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3001 m m m m 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 221 GC52A b Earth Science Results from New Imaging Spectroscopy Measurements around the Globe II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. m m m SH SM DI MR S T V 222 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3005 Moscone West 3003 m GC52B b Ecosystem Recovery from Climate Extremes I GC52C Toward Better Understanding of the Impacts of Climate Variability From Ecosystem Processes to Agricultural Adaptation and Decision Making I Hydrology 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3018 Moscone West 3024 m H52A Advances in Process-Based Hydrologic Modeling I H52B Advances Breakthroughs and Challenges in Spatio-Temporal Hydrogeologic Sciences I H52C 10 20 A.M. m m m m Drought Groundwater Management Recharge Baseflow and SustainMoscone West 10 20 A.M. ability Assessment Monitoring Modeling Planning and Policy I 3014 Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3022 H52D 10 20 A.M. Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions Identifying and Integrating Physical Biological and Chemical Processes across Scales V H52E Runoff Generation Processes in Changing Environments Integrating Observations Processes and Principles I m H52F b 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 3002 Water and Society Insights from Hydroeconomic Models for Managing Moscone West Supply Quality and Coordination in Water Resource Systems under 10 20 A.M. 3016 Climate Extremes and Uncertainty I m m H52G b Water and Society Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World V (Virtual Session) m m Earth and Space Science Informatics 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2000 m IN52A Exploiting Big Earth Data GIS and Beyond I Natural Hazards 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 302 Moscone South 103 NH52A Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science VII NH52B Toward a Unified and Worldwide Database of Earthquake Surface Ruptures I Ocean Sciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 3011 m m m OS52A b Harald Sverdrup Lecture (Virtual Session) OS52B Ocean Salinity Water Cycle Variability and Science Results from Satellite Measurements I Planetary Sciences 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2007 Moscone West 2009 m m m P52A Planetary Atmospheres and Evolution I P52B The Science of Exploration as Enabled by the Moon Near Earth Asteroids and the Moons of Mars I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 304 SH SM DI MR S T V Public Affairs PA52A Robust Science Results from Citizen Science Projects across the Disciplines I Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 10 20 A.M. m m m m m PP52A b Climate of the Common Era III 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2012 PP52B Terrestrial Climate during Greenhouse Periods I Seismology m m m m m m m S52A b 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 10 20 A.M. 307 Moscone South 301 Environmental and Earth Monitoring with Ambient Seismic and AcousMoscone South m 10 20 A.M. tic Wave Fields III 305 S52B Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada II S52C Sequential Ruptures of Multifault Segments The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes in Japan I SPA-Aeronomy 10 20 A.M. Moscone West 2016 SA52A Challenges in Understanding Energy Budget of Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling with the Solar Wind and Driving from Below I SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics m m SH52A ICME and Energetic Particle Interactions in the Heliosphere and at Solar Moscone West 10 20 A.M. System Bodies II 2011 SPA-Magnetospheric Physics SM52A Plasma Sheet Processes and Auroral Morphology in Dynamic MagnetoMoscone West 10 20 A.M. sphere-Ionosphere System II 2018 Tectonophysics 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 306 Moscone South 104 Moscone South 310 m m m m T52A b Integrating Multiple Geo-observables to Robustly Constrain Crust and Uppermost Mantle Structure and Dynamics at Global and Continental Scales III T52B b Subduction Top to Bottom (ST2B-2) IX m m m m T52C The State of Stress in the Crust from Fracture and Failure to Plate Tectonics II Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 10 20 A.M. Moscone South 308 m m m V52A Volcanic Plumbing Systems and Surface Processes II Ocean Sciences 11 20 A.M. Moscone West 2022 2024 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 223 OS52C b William S. and Carelyn Y. Reeburgh Lecture (Virtual Session) MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SH SM DI MR S Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology T V Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow Friday P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 102 224 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l l UNION U53A The Critical Zone Revealing the Structure Function and Evolution of Earth s Living Skin (Virtual Session) Atmospheric Sciences Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l A53A Convection Across Scales Observations Modeling and Theory II Posters A53B Extratropical and High-Latitude Storms Teleconnections Extreme Weather and the Changing Polar Climate III Posters s A53C 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l Multisensor Model and Measurement Synergy Global Aerosol CharacMoscone South 1 40 P.M. terization III Posters Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3004 m m m m l l l A53D Role of Cloud Physics in Understanding Links between Aerosols Clouds Radiation and Precipitation III Posters A53E Source Apportionment of Air Pollutants in Asia II Posters A53F 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Tropical Circulations and Their Sensitivities to Changes in Climate II Posters A53G Atmospheric Circulation and Hydrological Cycle under a Changing Climate Monsoons Storm Tracks and the ITCZ II s A53H b Emergence of a Regional to Global Observing System for Air Quality Integrating Tropospheric Composition Observations Models and Uncertainty Characterization II A53I Observations for Improving Polar Weather and Climate Predictions II A53J Regional Climate Modeling II A53K Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models Evaluation Understanding and Improvement III A53L b Tropical Cyclones Observations Modeling and Predictability IV s A53M Understanding and Attributing Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Urban Systems and Major Hot-Spots II Biogeosciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l B53A Alteration of Disturbance-Driven Forest Dynamics under a Changing Climate II Posters B53B Constraining Photosynthesis or Respiration of CO2 at Ecosystem Regional or Global Scales II Posters B53C b Geomicrobiology of Extreme Environments Scarcity is the Mother of Invention II Posters v B53D b Global Distribution Patterns of Soil Biota and Their Relationships to Earth Biogeochemical Cycling Posters B53E Remote Sensing of Forests and Plantations in the Tropical and SubtropMoscone South 1 40 P.M. ical Zones Posters Poster Hall Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. l l l SH SM DI MR S T V B53F b Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2010 Moscone West 2008 Moscone West 2004 m The Fate of Carbon in Plants and Terrestrial Ecosystems From Respiration to Allocation II Posters B53G 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. The Resilience and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Climate Change III Posters l B53H Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Applications in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Posters B53I Vegetation Canopies Observations and Theory of Physiology Structure and Function II Posters B53J Advancing Understanding of Ecosystem Structure and Function through Remote Sensing IV B53K Applying Lessons Learned from Established Contaminants to Elucidate the Fate Impact and Risk Associated with Technology Critical Elements and Other Substances of Emerging Concern II B53L Chlorophyll Fluorescence as a Proxy of Photosynthesis From Field to Satellite Measurements Modeling and Applications II B53M Land Use Decisions and Biogeochemical Processes II Cryosphere 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 3007 Moscone South Poster Hall m C53A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Advances in Geophysical Exploration of Ice Sheets and Ice Shelves and Strategies for Data-Model Fusion II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l l C53B Exploration Observation and Modeling of Fast-Moving Glaciers Ice Sheets and Permafrost Landscapes II Posters C53C Geophysical and Geological Records of Glaciated Margins III Posters C53D Glacier Response to Climate Change II Posters C53E b Glacier-Ocean Interactions Mechanisms and Synthesis II Earth and Planetary Surface Processes 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l EP53A Comparing and Contrasting Geomorphic Channel Networks II Posters EP53B Connecting Geodynamics and Surface Processes Theoretical and FieldMoscone South 1 40 P.M. Based Approaches I Posters n Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l EP53C Earth and Planetary Surface Processes General Contributions EP53D Ecohydraulics Flow-Biota and Sediment-Biota Interactions II Posters EP53E Integrating Experimental Numerical and Theoretical Studies of Suspended-load and Bedload Transport II Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 225 EP53F Moving Down the Chain Studying Earth Surface Processes using Computational Fluid Dynamics Approaches across Scales II Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2005 m SH SM DI MR S T V 226 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2002 l l l l l l l l EP51B Restoring Biophysical Interactions in Altered River Ecosystems II Posters 1 40 P.M. EP53G Fluvial Morphodynamics and Channels Patterns and Beyond II Geodesy G53A Relativistic Geodesy and Quantum Sensors for Geodesy II Global Environmental Change GC53A 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m m Advances in Earth Observation for Agricultural Monitoring (GEOGLAM) Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Food Security and Early Warning II Poster Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South l Poster Hall Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3005 GC53B Climate Extremes and Their Implications in Impact Modeling Studies II Posters GC53C Earth Science Results from New Imaging Spectroscopy Measurements around the Globe III Posters GC53D Ecosystem Recovery from Climate Extremes II Posters GC53E Toward Better Understanding of the Impacts of Climate Variability From Ecosystem Processes to Agricultural Adaptation and Decision Making II Posters l l l GC53F 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Improving the Simulation of Climate Impacts on Agriculture AgMIP and Related Research II m m m GC53G Renewable Energy Wind Solar Marine and Open Topics II GC53H Taking the Temperature of the Earth Challenges Trends and Applications across all Earth Surface Domains II Hydrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l l l l l l l l H53H Advances in Process-Based Hydrologic Modeling II Posters H53G Advances Breakthroughs and Challenges in Spatio-Temporal Hydrogeologic Sciences II Posters H53C Drought Groundwater Management Recharge Baseflow and Sustainability Assessment Monitoring Modeling Planning and Policy II Posters H53E Ecohydrologic and Ecogeomorphologic Processes at the Intersection of Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Landscapes and Environmental Change II Posters Poster Hall H53D b Flow through Fractured and Deformable Porous Media Coupling ReacMoscone South 1 40 P.M. tive Transport Mechanical Deformation and Hydrodynamics II Posters Poster Hall H53B Hydrology Society and Environmental Change Coupled Human-Water Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Dynamics across Scales II Posters Poster Hall Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l H53F Runoff Generation Processes in Changing Environments Integrating Observations Processes and Principles II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A l AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday P.M. SH SM DI MR S T V H53A 1 40 P.M. m m m m m m m Water and Society Insights from Hydroeconomic Models for Managing Moscone South Supply Quality and Coordination in Water Resource Systems under 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall Climate Extremes and Uncertainty II Posters Moscone West 3024 Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3016 Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3018 m m H53I Advances in Hydrologic Prediction Toward Water Resources Decision Making III H53J Ecohydrologic and Ecogeomorphologic Processes at the Intersection of 1 40 P.M. Landscapes and Environmental Change I H53K b 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Hydrology Society and Environmental Change Coupled Human-Water 1 40 P.M. Dynamics across Scales III H53L Multiscale Multiphysics Process in Fractured Rock and Modeling of Coupled Transport Phenomena in Fracture Networks II m H53M Persistent Problems in Multiphase Flow and Transport in Porous Media From Pore- to Continuum-Scale III H53N Remote Sensing Applications for Water Resources Management Including Irrigation Droughts Floods and Associated Water Cycle Extremes IV m Earth and Space Science Informatics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l IN53A Exploiting Big Earth Data GIS and Beyond II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l IN53C Innovative Tools and Services to Enable Data Use across Broad User Communities II Posters IN53B Leveraging Global Grid Systems to Facilitate Data Fusion and Visualization from Local to Global Scales Posters IN53D b 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2000 Darth Data Awaken the Forces to Rescue Old Data for New Discoveries Moscone South 1 40 P.M. II (Virtual Session) 104 IN53E Spatial Data Infrastructure for Earth and Space Sciences Analyzing Visualizing and Sharing Multidimensional Earth Science Data II Natural Hazards 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall l NH53A NASA Application Science Readiness for Disaster Response II Posters NH53B New Methods to Forecast Volcanic Eruptions II Posters NH53C Toward a Unified and Worldwide Database of Earthquake Surface Ruptures II Posters Moscone South 1 40 P.M. Poster Hall 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South m 304 Moscone South 103 m m m m m NH53D b Ionospheric and Atmospheric Monitoring of Natural Hazards Existing Terrestrial and Potential Planetary Applications II NH53E b Monitoring Prediction Mitigation and Analysis of Hydroclimatic Extremes II Ocean Sciences 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall l l l 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 227 OS53A Ocean Salinity Water Cycle Variability and Science Results from Satellite Measurements III Posters MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m m B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday P.M. 1 40 P.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V 228 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3011 Moscone West 3009 m m OS53B b 1 40 P.M. Ocean Salinity Water Cycle Variability and Science Results from Satellite Measurements II (Half Session) OS53C South China Sea A Natural Laboratory for Investigating Marginal Sea Tectonic Oceanographic Paleoceanographic and Biogeochemical Processes II m m Planetary Sciences 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. l l P53A Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone West 2009 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Seven Years at the Moon II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall l P53B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Planetary Atmospheres and Evolution II Posters P53C The Science of Exploration as Enabled by the Moon Near Earth Asteroids and the Moons of Mars II Posters P53D b Accretion Differentiation and Early Planetary Evolution II Public Affairs 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. m PA53A Moscone South 302 Robust Science Results from Citizen Science Projects across the Disciplines II Posters Moscone South Poster Hall m PA53B The Up-Goer Five Challenge A Fun and Radical Way to Distill Your Science Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Moscone South Poster Hall l PP53A Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology General Contributions Posters 1 40 P.M. PP53B 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2003 Moscone South Poster Hall m Pluvials Atmospheric Rivers Monsoons and Water Availability from the Moscone South Quaternary into the Future Modeling Observations and Paleorecon1 40 P.M. Poster Hall structions of Hydroclimate Extremes II Posters l l l m m m m PP53C Terrestrial Climate during Greenhouse Periods II Posters PP53D Climate of the Common Era IV PP53E Interpretations of Stable Carbon Isotope Records in Sedimentary Systems II Seismology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall m m m l l S53A Seismology Contributions Earthquakes IV Posters S53B Sequential Ruptures of Multifault Segments The 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes in Japan II Posters S53C b Environmental and Earth Monitoring with Ambient Seismic and AcousMoscone South m 1 40 P.M. tic Wave Fields IV 305 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 303 S53D b Geophysical Approaches for Global Security II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE m l B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday P.M. Moscone South 1 40 P.M. 301 Moscone South 4 00 P.M. 305 SH SM DI MR S T m l l V S53E Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada III S54C The 24 August 2016 Central Italy Earthquake II SPA-Aeronomy SA53B 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2016 Moscone South Poster Hall Challenges in Understanding Energy Budget of Ionosphere-ThermoMoscone South 1 40 P.M. sphere Coupling with the Solar Wind and Driving from Below II Posters Poster Hall SA53A Winds Composition and Temperature in the Thermosphere and Their Impact on the Ionosphere II Posters SA53C Progress in Observations Modeling and Understanding of the Chemis1 40 P.M. try and Dynamics of the Earth s Mesosphere II SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics Moscone West 2011 SH53A Preparing for Solar Probe Plus and Solar Orbiter A Coordinated Science 1 40 P.M. from the Corona to the Inner Heliosphere II SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone West 2020 Moscone West 2007 Moscone West 2018 m SM53A Field-Aligned Currents Poynting Flux Auroral Precipitation and Their Role in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling II SM53B Magnetospheres in the Inner Solar System II SM53C Novel Instrument Techniques for Heliophysics In Situ and Remote Sensing II Tectonophysics 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South 307 Moscone South 306 Moscone South 308 Moscone South 309 m T53A Interrelation between Seismicity and Gravity Field Anomalies New Insights into Earthquake Rupture Processes II T53B Making the Mediterranean From Mantle to Surface Processes II T53C b Secular Change in Earth Processes Shifting Uniformitarianism II T53D Tectonic Evolution of the U.S. Northern Rocky Mountains II Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. 1 40 P.M. Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South Poster Hall Moscone South 310 l l l V53A Magma Plumbing Transport and Eruption at Basaltic Volcanoes Focus on Hawaii and La R union Systems II Posters V53B Volcanic Plumbing Systems from Source to Vents Screening Basaltic Magma Posters V53C Volcanic Plumbing Systems and Surface Processes III Posters 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 229 V53D Volumes Timescales and Frequency of Magmatic Processes in Plutons Chambers and Reservoirs in the Earth s Crust III Posters V53E Measurements Theories and Applications of Nontraditional Stable Isotopes II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday P.M. 2 40 P.M. m SH SM DI MR S T V 230 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone West 3011 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m m m Ocean Sciences OS53D Experiments Modeling and Field Studies on Gas Hydrate Formation II (Half Session) Atmospheric Sciences Moscone West 2022 2024 Moscone West 3010 Moscone West 3002 Moscone West 3006 Moscone West 3008 Moscone West 3012 Moscone West 3004 m m A54A Atmospheric Circulation and Hydrological Cycle under a Changing Climate Monsoons Storm Tracks and the ITCZ III s A54B b Emergence of a Regional to Global Observing System for Air Quality Integrating Tropospheric Composition Observations Models and Uncertainty Characterization III A54C 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Marine Aerosols and Trace Gases II A54D Regional Climate Modeling III A54E Remote Sensing of Aerosol Composition and Size II A54F b Tropical Cyclones Observations Modeling and Predictability V s A54G Understanding and Attributing Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Urban Systems and Major Hot-Spots III Biogeosciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m B54A Moscone West 2004 Moscone West 2006 Moscone West 2012 Moscone West 2002 Moscone West 2020 Chlorophyll Fluorescence as a Proxy of Photosynthesis From Field to Satellite Measurements Modeling and Applications III Moscone West 2008 B54B Forest Structure from Lidar Getting and Using Structure to Monitor and Model Changes in Forest Ecosystem Functions and Services II B54C b 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. New Mechanisms Feedbacks and Approaches for Improving Predictions of Global Biogeochemical Cycles in Earth System Models II m m m m m m m m B54D b Revealing the Hidden Half Advances in Imaging and Quantification of Plant Roots and Root-Soil Interactions II B54E b Soil Phosphorus Cycling from the Tropics to the Poles II B54F The Resilience and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Climate Change IV m m Cryosphere 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3007 C54A Scratching the Surface Discoveries and Challenges in Constraining Surface Processes over Ice Sheets Glaciers and Sea Ice II Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Moscone West 2003 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2005 m m EP54A Connecting Geodynamics and Surface Processes Theoretical and Field4 00 P.M. Based Approaches II n EP54B Fluvial Morphodynamics and Channels Patterns and Beyond III Section Sponsors & Cosponsors U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Friday P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m m m SH SM DI MR S T V Global Environmental Change Moscone West 3003 Moscone West 3001 Moscone West 3005 GC54A 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Remotely Sensed Monitoring Approaches and Geophysical Modeling for improving Agricultural Resiliency II GC54B Renewable Energy Wind Solar Marine and Open Topics III GC54C Taking the Temperature of the Earth Challenges Trends and Applications across all Earth Surface Domains III Hydrology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. m H54A Moscone West 3014 Moscone West 3020 Moscone West 3018 m Advances in Process-Based Hydrologic Modeling III Moscone West 3024 H54B Drought Groundwater Management Recharge Baseflow and Sustainability Assessment Monitoring Modeling Planning and Policy III H54C Multiscale Multiphysics Process in Fractured Rock and Modeling of Coupled Transport Phenomena in Fracture Networks III m H54D 4 00 P.M. m m Remote Sensing Applications for Water Resources Management Including Irrigation Droughts Floods and Associated Water Cycle Extremes V Moscone West 3022 Moscone West 3016 m m H54E Runoff Generation Processes in Changing Environments Integrating Observations Processes and Principles III m H54F b Water and Society Insights from Hydroeconomic Models for Managing Supply Quality and Coordination in Water Resource Systems under 4 00 P.M. Climate Extremes and Uncertainty III m Earth and Space Science Informatics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2000 m m IN54A b Working Toward a Living Dashboard of the Planet II Natural Hazards 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 103 m m NH54A b Monitoring Prediction Mitigation and Analysis of Hydroclimatic Extremes III NH54B Pre-earthquake Processes An Interdisciplinary Approach to Earthquake Moscone South 4 00 P.M. Prediction Studies II 302 Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 3011 Moscone West 3009 m OS54A b Experiments Modeling and Field Studies on Gas Hydrate Formation III OS54B South China Sea A Natural Laboratory for Investigating Marginal Sea Tectonic Oceanographic Paleoceanographic and Biogeochemical Processes III m m m m Planetary Sciences Moscone West 2009 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2007 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 231 P54A Geophysics of Satellites and Small Bodies Including Pluto and Charon II 4 00 P.M. P54B Radar Investigations of Planetary Surfaces and Subsurfaces II MEETING SUMMARY CHART MEETING SUMMARY CHART U A AE B C ED EP Union Atmospheric Sciences Atmospheric and Space Electricity Biogeosciences Cryosphere Education and Human Resources Earth and Planetary Surface Processes G GC GP H IN NG NH Geodesy Global Environmental Change Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Hydrology Earth and Space Science Informatics Nonlinear Geophysics Natural Hazards NS OS P PA PP SI SA Near-Surface Geophysics Ocean Sciences Planetary Sciences Public Affairs Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences SPA-Aeronomy SH SM DI MR S T V SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics SPA-Magnetospheric Physics Study of the Earth s Deep Interior Mineral and Rock Physics Seismology Tectonophysics Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology Section Sponsors & Cosponsors b Swirl Topic l Poster m Oral s Cosponsored by AMS n Cosponsored by EGU-GD Cosponsored by EGU-GMPV t Cosponsored by EGU-TS u Cosponsored by GS k Cosponsored by IAS v Cosponsored by IGBP G Cosponsored by MSA H Cosponsored by SEPM Note Both Union Sessions and Named Lectures are highlighted in yellow A AE B C ED EP G GC GP H IN NG NH NS OS P PA PP SI SA Friday P.M. 4 00 P.M. m m m m SH SM DI MR S T V 232 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Moscone South 309 4 00 P.M. m m Public Affairs PA54A Art and Design of Visualizations in the Geosciences Inspiration Interpretation and Communication II Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Moscone West 2010 PP54A Connecting Palaeoclimate Proxies to Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Patterns II Seismology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 104 m S54A b Geophysical Approaches for Global Security III Moscone South 303 m S54B b Induced Seismicity in the United States and Canada IV (Virtual Session) SPA-Aeronomy 4 00 P.M. m m SA54A Solar and Heliospheric Forcings and Their Effects on Climate II Moscone West 2016 m m SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics Moscone West 2011 SH54A Preparing for Solar Probe Plus and Solar Orbiter A Coordinated Science 4 00 P.M. from the Corona to the Inner Heliosphere III SPA-Magnetospheric Physics 4 00 P.M. Moscone West 2018 SM54A Birkeland Currents Achievements since Iijima and Potemra (1976) and Challenges in Years to Come II Tectonophysics 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 306 Moscone South 308 m m m m T54A Making the Mediterranean From Mantle to Surface Processes III T54B Models and Experiments that Couple Flow and Deformation in the Shallow Crust II T54C Subduction Zone Earthquakes and the Role of Asperities in Rupture Moscone South Propagation and Aftershock Sequences Insights from the 16 April 2016 4 00 P.M. 304 Pedernales Ecuador Earthquake II m m m Volcanology Geochemistry and Petrology 4 00 P.M. Moscone South 310 V54A Measurements Theories and Applications of Nontraditional Stable Isotopes III Presenting authors names are followed by the paper numbers of which they are presenting. To find a paper in this meeting program Locate the name of the presenting author in the index. Refer to the paper numbers following the presenting author s name. The paper number includes the session and paper information. The last two digits (oral) or four digits (poster) of a paper number provide the sequence within a session. After locating the session number find the session in the daily program schedule. Example Paper V44A-01 is scheduled on Thursday afternoon concurrent session A the first presentation. Paper number session number discipline designator V 4 4 A 01 day 4 Thursday AM or PM 1 Morning 2 Morning 3 Afternoon 4 Afternoon order of paper within session concurrent session Abstracts can be found on the Online Schedule until after the completion of the meeting. The link is posted at http fallmeeting.agu.org 2016 scientific-program . Abstracts must be cited as Author(s) 2016 Title Abstract XXXXX-XXXX presented at 2016 Fall Meeting AGU San Francisco CA 12-16 December 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 233 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Fall Meeting Presenting Author Index PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX A A G (H43O-06) Aagaard B (T23C-2941) Aalstad K (C43C-08) Aaring A B (B13D-0612) Aarons S M (PP53D-03) Aarseth I (T51H-07) Abadi P (SA13A-2110) Abadzadesahraei S (H51F-1552) Abajo Mu oz T (H43K-1635) Abalos M (A11E-0056 A13G-0367) Abbasnezhadi K (H12D-08) Abbaszadeh P (EP41C-0921) Abbondanza C (G52A-02) Abbot D S (PP22B-01 PP34A-01) Abbott A N (PP13D-02) Abbott D H (NH13A-1756) Abbott J R (V11B-2772) Abbott L D (EP14B-04) Abdalati W (GC43H-01) Abdeh Kolahchi A (H53C-1730) Abdel Jaber W (C13D-0862) Abdel-lathif A (A43G-0327) AbdelHameid D (S43C-2872) Abdi D S (A13A-0231) Abdolali A (S52A-02) Abdolghafoorian A (H33H-1662) Abdu M A (SA33B-04) Abdul-Aziz O I (B12A-07 H23A-1538) Abdullin A (H33H-1646) Abe M (GC23A-1222) Abe N (OS31D-2061) Abe S (T43E-3099) Abe T (C51E-01) Abe-Ouchi A (PP11D-06) Abed-Elmdoust A (EP53A-0928) Abel D (A33C-0232) Abeleira A (A21C-0048) Abeles K V (ED41B-02) Abermann J (GC23A-1226) Abers G A (T51I-06) Abgarmi B (T51A-2895) Abhishek A (H53G-1796) Abitew T A (H12D-07) Abmayr V (ED41A-0819 ED41A-0820) Abney R (B21M-05) Abo El Fetouh Y (A53C-0305) Abolfathian N (T43E-3096) Aborn L (NS33B-1959) Abotalib A Z (EP13B-1031) Abou Najm M (H21E-1465 H41E-1371 H53C-1705) Abraha K E (G11B-1075 G41A-1000) Abraha M (B51D-0439) Abrahams J N (P51A-2124) Abram N (PP51E-02) Abramoff R Z (H41D-1361) Abramov R V (NG13A-1698) Abramson E (MR31A-2659) Abshire J B (A23N-02) Abshire W E (ED21A-0765 ED23D-0840) Abu AlSaud M (H53M-07) Abu Shoaib S (H21A-1356) Abuhussein A (GP23D-07) Accardo N J (T51C-2938) Acharya A (EP53B-0948) Achatz U (SA33A-2404 SA33A-2405) Achieng K O (H23D-1572) Achilleos N A (SM51E-2535) Ackerman D (GC42A-03) Ackerman J A (P33C-2172) Ackerman S A (A11S-04 C21C-0703) Ackerman T P (GC33B-1228) Ackerman T R (EP53G-07) Ackerson M R (V33D-3152) Ackley S F (C22A-03) Acosta M (B41B-0399) Acosta R (A51C-0042) Acosta R (H51A-1427) Acquisto T M (T13B-2700) Acton G (GP43C-1257) Adachi K (A51H-0158) Adam A (EP21E-03) Adam C M (DI31A-2614) Adam M S (V33E-3163) Adamaki A (S53A-2851) Adames-Corraliza F (A23O-02) Adams A (T31B-2894) Adams A N (DI23B-2620) Adams D (P13A-1929) Adams D K (A51L-05) Adams E C (PA21A-2184) Adams I S (A11P-05) Adams J (NG33A-1862) Adams J M (EP43A-0933) Adams M (S13A-2526) Adams P N (ED51J-03 EP11A-0987) Adams T E (H31B-1354) Addison J A (PP51D-2349) Addor N (H23H-1680) Ade C (B42C-06) Adegbule A (H51B-1449) Adelstein E (T13B-2719) Adera S (H33G-1636) Aderhold K (S11D-2483 S11D-2484) Adetokunbo P (H31D-1407) Adhikari H (B53E-0556) Adhikari S (G12A-05) Adkins J F (B43D-05) Adkins K A (A12C-02) Adler G A (A51B-0025) Adler J (P11E-03) Adler J (EP24C-08) Adler R F (H13Q-03 NH53A-1982) Adolph A C (C31A-0733) Adrian Y (H23C-1561) Adriani A (P24B-03 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Antonelli M (H33B-1538) Antonova S (C33B-0818) Antonovskaya G (S31B-2767) Antoshechkina P M (V33C-3138) Antoun T (S54A-06) Antunes Daldegan G (GC51E-1248) Antweiler R (B13C-0587) Anzolini C (MR33A-2675) Ao C O (GC41A-1073) Ao H (A23J-0359) Aoi S (S52C-02) Aoki K (MR41D-2715) Aoki K (A51J-0210) Aoyagi Y (T23A-2879) Aoyama C (OS44A-08) Apodaca L (GC51C-1165) Apostel C (B11F-0525) Appendini C M (NH31A-1898) Apple M E (H13L-1577) Appleby G M (G52A-05) Appold M S (V23E-02) Appourchaux T (SH43A-2554) Apte S (EP51C-08) Apurv T (H21G-1502) Aquino T (H44C-03) Arabi B (A51B-0028) Arabshahi S (P21B-2101) Aradi L E (T13C-2740) Aragon J C (T51G-3004) Arai H (G23A-1027) Arai K (T23A-2883) Arai R (T11C-2636) Araki E (T21C-2818) Aranda A N (EP23A-0957) Arapi A (PP41A-2237) Arason P (A53C-0302 V43D-3172) Arata C (A33H-0355) Araujo N (H23G-1669) Arballo J K (P33C-2177) Arbic B K (H21L-03) Arce A C (S41B-2785) Arce Perez L E (EP43B-0959) Archambault H M (A33J-0390) Archer P D (P23B-2169) Archer R (H41C-1354) Archer R (B14D-03) Archuleta R J (S21E-01) Arciniega S (H31A-1343) Arcone S A (NS43B-1925 P31A-2084) Arcos N P (NH43B-1858) Arctur D K (PA51B-2257) Arculus R J (V11E-01) Ard S (AE22A-02) Ardhuin F (NH24A-03 OS22A-03 S43A-2809) Arellano A R (B13A-0550) Arellano A F (A41N-08) Arellano-Baeza A A (NH51C-1975) Arenberg J W (P41A-2065) Arencibia M (SH31B-2560) Arendt A A (C34C-03) Arendt C A (GC43E-1199) Arevalo R D (P21C-2142) Arevalo-Lopez H S (NS14A-06) Argall M R (SM31C-08) Argerich A (B31C-0483) Argus D F (G41C-05) Arias M E (H21I-06) Arias P A (A53F-0374) Arici Y (S33D-2872) Arienzo M M (C13B-0829) Arikawa T (NH41A-1768) Aristizabal F (H31F-1464) Ariyoshi K (T21C-2826) Arkani-Hamed J (P51A-2129) Arko R A (IN43B-1699) Arko S A (G43A-1040) Armal S (NH51B-1957) Armbrust E V (OS33A-01) Armbruster J G (S33A-2808) Armitage J J (EP12A-07) Armitage T (C13E-02) Armour K (A11F-0078) Armston J (B54B-04) Armstrong E M (IN53C-1905) Armstrong K (DI41A-2603) Armstrong R T (H13N-04) Armstrong W H (C11E-06) Arnaud F (PP41D-03) Arndt K A (B13H-02) Arndt S (C43B-0744) Arnold E (C53A-0704) Arnold E M (ED23C-0831) Arnold J R (GC11E-05 PA33D-05) Arnold N (A51L-02) Arnold W (H23B-1547) Arnott J C (PA43B-2212) Arntsen A E (C33E-02) Arnulf A F (T13B-2718) Arola A T (A53C-0307) Aron F (ED33E-0915 T23D-05) Aron P (B11B-0440) Aronson E L (B23E-0649) Arora B (B22B-04) Arora H (H43C-1445) Arora N S (S31A-2710) Arridge C S (P21E-07 P33C-2152) Arritt R W (A51I-0197) Arrowsmith S (S11C-2468) Arruda P H (B11C-0486) Arsenault R (H53I-04) Artaxo P (A43E-0291) Artemieva I M (T31F-2980) Artemyev A (SM51B-2488 ) rthun M (A23H-0331)Arthur R S (A23B-0213) Arumugam S (H53I-02 PA11E-05) Arveson S M (MR33B-2690) Arvin L (EP42B-04) Aryal D (GC21H-1191) Aryal S (SA21A-2360) Aryal Y (H33D-1575) Aryan H (SM31A-2470) Arzilli F (V24A-07) Arzoumanian E (B33H-0705) Asadieh B (H21G-1509) Asael D (V54A-01) Asahi H (T44B-08) Asaithambi R (T54B-07) Asakawa E (NS23A-1927) Asano K (S52C-07) Asano M (PP41A-2230) Asay-Davis X (C31C-01) Asbjornsen H (B11B-0457) Aseev N (SM11B-2158) Asensio-Ramos M (V11C-2787) Asgari-Targhi M (SH51B-2595) Ash J L (B21H-0527) Ashe E (OS31B-2005 PP53A-2371) Asher E C (A31I-0174) Asher P M (ED34A-04) Ashfaq M (PA31A-2200) Ashford J (PP53B-2384) Ashouri H (H21A-1363) Ashraf B (GC33C-1240) Ashrafi Z (EP51A-0859) Ashton A D (EP23A-0932) Ashwal L D (V11B-2774) Asimaki D (S33G-01) Asimow P D (MR22A-06) Asmi A (U32A-05) Asner G P (B52D-01) Aso N (S43A-2802) Asong Z (A51I-0185) Asrar G (A41F-0099 GC21C-1118) Assal T (B32C-02) Assink J D (S11C-2461) Assumpcao M (DI31B-2634) Astafyeva E (NH51A-1921 SA33B-06) Astbury R L (V33E-3176) Asthana H (NH41B-1791) Atchley A L (GC51E-1243) Atekwana E A (H53G-1782 NS24A-04) Atherton E E (H33I-1681) Atherton J (B51B-0401) Atkins J W (B51I-07) Atkinson D H (P33B-2132) Atkinson J (NH13A-1750) Atlas E L (OS43B-2036) Atlas R M (A22B-05) Atlas Z D (V11C-2814 V43E-3187) Attal M (EP33D-1029) Attoucheik L (GP51C-1402) Atwood A R (PP43D-04) Aubeneau A F (H13A-1346) Aubert J (DI42A-06 GP12A-01) Aubrey D P (B53F-0570) Aubry J (S33C-2841) Audhkhasi P (T13B-2705) Auerbach D J (PP22A-02) Aufdenkampe A K (H43P-06) Auffhammer M (NH21B-02) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 235 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Auger J (A53B-0286) August-Schmidt E (B32B-05) Auhl A (B31H-0577) Auken E (NS21C-04) Aulbach S (V33C-3135) Aulenbach B T (H54E-04) Ault T (GC14B-05) Aumann H H (A21A-0002) Aumont B (A43M-02) Aung M (ED31B-0861) Aurnou J M (GP23B-1330 P31D-01) Austermann J (PP44A-06) Austin A T (H33I-1678) Austin A (GC32C-03) Austin E (B41E-0495) Austin J A (GC21D-1126) Austin M (ED43C-0870) Avanov L A (SM21A-2449) Averbuch G (S11C-2467) Averill C (B34B-06) Averyt K (GC41G-08) Avetyan R (S53A-2827) Avila A H (GC43C-1190) Avisse N (H52F-08) Avouris D (H53N-04) Awatey M T (H31D-1399) Axelsson C (B31E-0514) Axen G J (V53D-3144) Axford Y (PP21C-2293) Ayarza P (GP43A-1230) Ayarzag ena B (A52A-02) Ayasse A (GC53C-1314) Aydin B (SH34A-08) Ayers M (NS41B-1915) Aykurt Vardar H (NH43A-1826) Aylward D (EP11A-0964) Ayorinde A O (S31B-2729) Ayotte J (PA21B-2204) Ayub R (H13D-1399) Ayuso R A (V23D-3013) Azadi S (H51G-1573) Azarderakhsh M (B23B-0574) Azari A (SM51E-2552) Azarm R (T31D-2932) Azaroual M M (H13F-1439) Azeem S I (SA51A-2414) Aziz Zanjani A (S13B-2555) Aziz Zanjani F (S51E-3174) Azuma S (MR21B-2645) Azzari G (GC53A-1277) B Baart F (ED43C-0872) Baatsen M (PP31C-2283) Baba Y (A33I-0372) Babaeian E (H51H-1602 H51H-1603) Babar Z B (PP41A-2234) Babb D (C43B-0748) Babbar-Sebens M (H33Q-05) Babcock C R (B31E-0511) Babcock E (C14C-02) Babcock M (H33E-1578) Babila J E (A33H-0366) Babila T L (U41A-02) Babonis G S (C11A-0760) Bach E (C53D-0769) Bachan A (PP53E-02) Bachelet D M (B51J-01 PA43B-2223) Bachelet V (S33C-2842) Bachmann S (G41A-1007) Back L E (A41C-0054) Back W E (V13B-2849) Backes C (SM41C-2453) Backhaus S (GC31B-1118) Backman D E (ED42A-05) Bacon A T (T33C-3051) Bacour C (B54A-03) Baczynski A A (V33G-03) Badeke R (SH11C-2269) Baden C W (EP11B-1000) Bader J (A51C-0050) Bader M K (B11D-0493) Badger A (GC11B-1126) Badgley G M (B53L-03) Badro J (DI41C-2640 DI42A-01 V41B3118) Bae S (PP41C-2256) Baek K (NH23A-1841) Baek S (GP23C-1341) Baez J C (G51B-1107) Baeza E (ED41A-0771) Bag T (SA43A-2394) Bagagnan A (NH33A-1914) Bagenal F (SM41D-2467 SM44B-05) Bagheri M (AE33A-0417) Bagley J E (GC21B-1096) Bagnardi M (V52A-07) Bagnell A (GC31D-1140) Baguskas S A (A21L-03) Bahlburg H (NH43B-1867 T41D-2967) Bahng B (NH32B-04) Bahrami A (H33H-1643) Bahramvash Shams S (A43A-0192) Bai H (OS31D-2067) Bai J (H41A-1270) Bai K (S21B-2712) Bai L (T11G-02) Bai X (H23C-1549) Bai Y (T41D-2951) Baig A M (S31B-2765) Baikie T K (SH31B-2574) Bailey D (B13H-01) Bailey D A (C21A-0654) Bailey J (B13J-05) Bailey J (IN51B-1832) Bailey S W (B11J-03) Bailey T L (EP31A-0931) Bailey V L (GC23K-08) Baillard C (S31E-02) Baillie J (A33C-0239) Bain R L (EP23A-0922) Bair N (C11C-0775) Baird A F (NG12A-02) Baisden W T (H53F-1770 PA11B-1959) Baize S (NH52B-06 T11A-2578) Bajgain R (B41B-0421) Bajgain S K (MR13A-2420) Bajo P (PP11B-2011 PP34B-06) Bajracharya B (GC22C-05) Bajracharya U (B33D-0638) Bak S (EP13D-08) Bakas N (NG31A-1838) Baker B (GC21B-1087) Baker D N (PA13E-01 SM11D-05 SM41B-2436) Baker D F (B31I-06 P51D-06) Baker E T (OS34A-02) Baker E A (H33B-1543) Baker I (B51E-0463 MR31A-2668) Baker J L (PP51A-2281) Baker J B (SM22A-04) Baker M G (S53A-2785) Baker N L (A22B-06) Baker P A (PP51F-06) Baker R (PA31B-2204) Baker S (G43A-1037) Baker V R (H42E-05 P23E-06) Baker-Yeboah S (OS43A-2005) Bakhtyar R (OS23A-2009) Bakke J (PP13B-2075) Bakker M (H11A-1271) Bal A (G11B-1071) Bala G (A33B-0210) Bala R (IN33B-1816) Balascio N (PP31D-2307) Balasis G (SM43A-2492) Balasubramaniam K S (SH43E-02) Balasubramanian S (B13F-0715) Balbus J M (U21A-03) Balcanoff J R (V31A-3066) Baldago M B (NH51B-1951) Baldo E (A11N-0196) Baldwin J W (A21N-04) Bale S D (SH44A-04) Balen D (V33D-3145) Balestra B (PP51D-2338) Bali M (A24C-06) Balikhin M A (SM42A-05) Balind K (OS43A-2026) Ball J L (V11C-2791) Ball J S (S51C-07) Ball P (DI51B-2667) Ball W P (H34B-01) Ballanti L (B51F-0467) Ballantyne A (B53F-0582) Ballantyne F (B13D-0622) Ballard T (GC53B-1283) Ballmann J E (ED51G-0839) Ballmer M (DI23C-06) Balser A (GC21A-1062) Baltay A (S21E-08) Baltezar P (B31E-0527) Balthazor R L (SA43C-2400) Baltzer T (IN31C-1773) Bambach-Ortiz N E (B51B-0408) Bamber J L (C33A-0754 G24A-03) Bambic C J (SH41C-2543) Ban-Weiss G A (GC21B-1090) Band L E (H34F-05) Bandamede M (A53D-0331) Bandara S A (AE13A-0405) Bandfield J (P24A-01) Bandilla K (H34D-07) Bane J (GC51C-1185) Banerjee A (A34C-04) Banerjee N (V41A-3113) Banerjee S K (GP43D-06) Banerjee T (B11J-04) Banerjee Y (B53C-0542) Banfield D J (P24C-05) Bang E (NS33B-1973) Bang H (H43I-1590) Bangerth W (IN23E-01) Bank C (ED51J-07) Banks A T (GC31A-1111) Banno M (EP23A-0942) Bao J (A43F-0299) Bao J (EP53F-1045) Bao X (S14A-04) Bao X (S22A-03) Bapst J (P21A-2075) Baptista M (NH43B-1855) Bar N (T31F-2979) Bar-Sever Y E (G44A-04) Barabash S V (P11D-01) Barajas-Solano D A (H41F-1388) Baraka S M (SM13A-2186) Barakat A R (SM43C-05) Baral U (V23A-2962) Barama L (NH43B-1847) Baranov B (T23F-05) Baranowski D (OS21B-1965) Baranowski M (V43G-05) Baransky E (V23C-2988) Barantseva O (S43B-2822) Baratelli F (H21F-1481) Baratin L (S33A-2819) Baratoux D (NS31A-1945) Baratoux L (V11B-2777) Barba M (S31B-2769 S51E-3165) Barber A (B41D-0459) Barber N (H13D-1396) Barberopoulou A (NH43A-1810) Barbery M R (S21B-2701) Barbieri L (NH11B-1724) Barboni M (V41D-02) Barbosa C T (MR33A-2681) Barbosa H M (A41M-06) Barbot S (G42A-06) Barbour A J (S31B-2743 S44C-04) Barcheck C G (C21D-03) Barchyn T (A21G-0151 C33A-0762) Barciela Rial M (EP33A-0963) Barcikowska M J (A21B-0034) Barckhausen U (GP31D-07) Barclay J R (H32A-05) Bard P (S43E-04) Barefoot E A (H23I-1690) Barge L M (P32A-01) Barham W J (A41G-0140) Barickman M H (T31E-2964) Barik A (GP23B-1329) Barik M G (H43B-1429) Barisin I (EP21D-0912) Barker L J (H23L-07) Barker M K (DI41A-2617) Barker S J (V31A-3088) Barkley Z (A54G-03) Barletta V R (C22C-06) Barlow J E (H43J-1624 H43J-1625) Barnaal Z D (OS13C-1839) Barnard A (T11C-2640) Barnard P (NH22A-08) Barnes D (SH31B-2588) Barnes H (NS41B-1911) Barnes J (V23E-03) Barnes J M (A33D-0261) Barnes M S (H43J-1605) Barnes M (H11H-06) Barnes N P (SM41D-2469) Barnes P (T42C-05) Barnes R T (B12D-05 B51J-04) Barnes S J (P33D-2184) Barnhart E P (B53K-06 PA21B-2206) Barnhart T B (H51N-05) Barnhart W D (T54C-02) Barnier G (NH41A-1754) Barnoud A (NS31B-04 S32C-01) Barnouin O S (P51B-2143) Baro Urbea J (NG12A-07) Baron J (B31F-0533) Baronas J J (B21K-04) Barragan L (ED31B-0882) Barraza F (B42B-07) Barre J (A42D-04) Barrera Verdejo M (A21A-0017) Barret B (A13G-0361) Barrett A (C33B-0808) Barrett B (OS21B-1966) Barrick D (OS11C-04) Barrie D (H21D-1424) Barrientos S E (G44A-02) Barron-Gafford G (H51J-01) Barros A P (A11N-0193 NH53E-07) Barros C (ED32A-06) Barruol G (OS11A-1767) Bart P J (C53C-0727) Bart R R (GC51E-1234) Barta V (AE23B-0428 GP43A-1236) Bartel B A (ED11A-0878) Bartels-Rausch T (A22F-02) Barth A P (V13C-2858) Barth G A (T11C-2638) Barth M C (A34D-01) Barth N A (A51E-0109) Bartholomaus T C (C51A-0643) Bartlein P J (PP31C-2296) Bartlett M S (H52A-06) Bartlett O (B13E-0674) Bartlett P A (C23A-0722) Bartlett R E (A41B-0031) Bartley J M (V44A-01) Bartlow N M (G31C-08) Bartolome R (T31D-2939) Barton C C (NG12A-11) Barton-Grimley R A (C33B-0798) Bartos M D (IN23D-1799) Bartram H (T13A-2697) Bartsch A (GC43B-1163) Bartschi N (EP13A-1021) Barwegen S (ED41A-0839) Barzaghi R (G51C-04) Basak C (PP11A-2000 PP13D-03) Basant S (H51G-1562) Basara J B (H41B-1293) Basche A (GC11C-1156) Bascunan S A (T41E-2980) Bashir F (C11C-0783) Bashir M (SH13D-08) Bashir S (A24C-08) Basile S (B51E-0461) Basili R (NH43A-1805) Basirat F (H51B-1458) Baskaran L (H13B-1355) Baskaran P (B41E-0478) Basnayake S B (GC22C-01) Basney J (IN34A-06) Basovn k M (SH21A-2514) Bass B (A43H-0351) Bass G (IN11D-1641) Bassett D (T31F-2983 T53A-06) Bassis J N (P34A-02) Basso B (H14A-02) Bast R (P51A-2128) Bastien J (H53C-1711) Bastos A (B24A-07) Bastow I D (T43G-03 T51G-3005) Bastrakova I (IN31D-1793 PA51B-2262) Basu A R (MR33A-2682) Basu N B (H11F-05 H51M-01) Basu R (GC13B-1198) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 236 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Basu S (B33E-0654) Basu S (H33A-1512) Basu S (A32D-06) Basu Sarkar D (P41B-2079) Bat-Orshikh E (T51D-2948) Bataille C (PP23C-2345) Batalin G A (GP23A-1321) Batchelor C (C52B-04 C53C-0753) Bateman R (H33G-1637) Bates J J (PA12B-06) Bates K H (A43M-03) Bates P D (H13Q-02 H24B-06) Bates T S (A54C-04) Batlle-Aguilar J (H14D-06) Bato M (G23A-1028) Battaglin W A (H23M-04) Battaile B (ED42B-07) Battalio J M (P21B-2094) Battams K (ED24B-01) Battisti D S (GC43G-01) Bauch D (C41A-0637) Bauch H A (PP12C-05) Baudouin C (V31A-3068) Bauer A (V23A-2959) Bauer J R (IN53E-05) Bauer S J (MR41B-2704) Baugh K (IN31A-1753) Baughman C A (C33B-0817) Baughman J T (B33E-0673) Baum R (H52G-03) Baumann E (ED31B-0877) Baumann J (NH31A-1878) Baumann P (ED11A-0875 IN23C-1783 IN23E-07 IN53E-04) Baumberger T (OS41A-1942) Baumgardner S E (EP53E-1034) Baumgarten G (SA31C-06) Baumstark R D (B43A-0565) Bauska T K (PP31D-2314 V33G-01) Bautista K K (H13I-1524) Bautista Sol s P (H14A-06) Bauville A (T51B-2905) Bawden G W (NH14A-01) Bawie S (ED31B-0863) Bayat B (B52A-04) Bayet L (T31E-2948) Baykal C (A43G-0325) Bayler E J (PA33B-2235) Baynes E (EP33D-1027) Baynes K (IN53E-01) Bayrakci G (MR41A-2678 T33E-05) Baztan J (GC31E-1151 PA41C-2156) Beach A L (IN41C-1669) Beadling R L (OS43A-2011) Beaird N (C53E-04) Bean C J (S52A-05) Bean J R (ED32A-03) Bearson N (IN31A-1742) Bearup L A (H51N-06) Beaudoin B C (S11D-2506) Beaulieu J J (GC41F-02) Beaulieu S (IN53C-1890) Beavers C (MR13A-2410) Bebout G E (T41G-06) Becel A (T31D-2937 T51G-2999) Beck H (H21K-08) Beck M A (B23B-0571) Beck M (H43D-1477) Becker E (SA33A-2406) Becker H N (P24B-05) Becker J M (NH24A-04) Becker J N (B41F-0502) Becker L W (C53C-0752 PP13A-2064) Becker M (OS13A-1791 OS23D-07) Becker N C (PA31D-2224) Becker R (EP41C-0920) Becker T W (T23E-06) Becker T M (P43B-2107) Becker-Reshef I (GC51F-01) Beckingham L E (H13F-1440) Beckler J S (B13C-0591) Beckley M (C21B-0678) Becknell J (B54B-03) Bedard J H (V31D-04) Bedford D P (ED11E-08) Bedford J D (T51B-2910 V33A-3116) Bedford J R (G51B-1108) Bedsworth L W (PA43B-2202) Beechie T J (EP51B-0907) Beecken J (A13N-04) Beedle M J (H13L-1593) Beeler S R (B41A-0396) Beer T (NH32A-03) Beerling D J (GC21J-04 U53A-06) Beers A (GC31C-1135) Beeson H W (EP52A-04) Befort D J (A23J-0365) Befus K S (V43E-3196) Befus K M (H43M-05) Beganskas S (H33F-1606) Begashaw I G (B41B-0413) Begnaud M L (S51A-2745) Begnudelli L (NH22B-08) Beguelin P (DI13B-06) Behlke R (SH11C-2274) Behm M (S43B-2856) Behn M D (C32A-01) Behnke J (IN31D-1790) Behnke S A (AE23A-0399) Behr W M (T41F-01) Behrangi A (A33M-02) Behrend C C (ED22A-03) Behrend D (G51C-01) Behrend M J (S53A-2838) Behrendt J C (C41B-0668) Behrens J (NH34A-05) 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Borrelli M (EP13D-06) Bortnik J (SM32A-08) Borunda A (PP34A-04) Boryan C G (GC51B-1144) Bosart L F (A33J-0397 A54F-07) Boschetti F (A53M-04) Boschetti L (GC21C-1120) Boschman L (GP31D-04) Bose N (MR51B-2701) Bose S (T21D-2865) Boshers D (H31H-06) Bosilovich M G (NG33D-02) Boslough M (NH13A-1763) Bosman K (S43C-2890) Bossert K (SA32A-04) Bostick K W (B23D-0607) Bostock M G (S42A-01) Boston B (T41E-2989) Boston P J (B22D-08) Bosu S (T51D-2962) Boswell R (B23G-01) Botchway E (GC41B-1079) Botsyun S (T41D-2949) Botter G (H21A-1372) Bottke W F (P53D-05) Bottorff B (A33A-0186) Bottos E M (B13D-0641) Bouchaala F (NS14A-01) Boucher J M (B43A-0555) Bouchet F (NG24A-05) Bouchette F (EP23A-0925 OS23A-1982) Boudrias M A (PA43B-2219) Bouffard M (DI43A-2667) Bougher S W (P13D-05) Bouilhol P (V31D-06) Bouillon S (C43A-0739) Boujibar A (DI33A-03) Boulahanis B (T22C-04) Boulanger D (G13A-1085 G43B-1063 H33K-1712) Boulet G (H12B-03) Bouligand C (T43A-3021) Boulton C J (T21D-2855) Boulton G S (IN31G-02 U32A-01) Bouquet A (P33A-2122) Bourg I C (OS54A-08) Bourgeault J (ED23B-0824 ED23D-0845) Bourguignon S (T43B-3055) Bourke J R (DI31B-2629) Bourouaine S (SH41A-2510) Bourqui M (ED33B-0902 PA43B-2218) Bouskill N (B53G-0603) Bousquet P (A31N-08 GC22A-05) Bousserez N (A22G-03) Boustani M (IN23E-06) Boutin G (C21A-0657) Boutt D F (PP24B-07) Boutton T W (B13D-0647) Bouvet de Maisonneuve C (V31A-3067) Bouvier-Brown N C (ED21A-0768) Bouya Z (SA23A-2388) Bouyer P (G53A-08) Bouzidi Y (NS14A-08) Bove L E (MR31A-2655) Bovy B (EP41D-05) Bowden D C (S43E-08) Bowden J (A53J-05) Bowden W B (B24C-04) Bowen G J (U41A-05) Bowen M K (IN13B-1666) Bowen T A (SH43B-2574) Bowers C F (P13A-1892) Bowers G S (AE32A-03) Bowers R M (B53C-0539) Bowers W (H13L-1578) Bowles J (GP43C-1256) Bowles-Martinez E (GP41A-01 GP51B-1389) Bowley K (A51M-06) Bowman D T (H23C-1563) Bowman K P (A11E-0057) Bowman K W (GC24C-04) Boxe C (ED31B-0870 ED31B-0871) Boy F (G21A-0977) Boy J (G52A-01) Boyce A (T11B-2607) Boyce S E (H31C-1391) Boyd A J (SM11B-2155) Boyd K (ED11A-0883) Boyd M A (B53G-0598) Boyd O (S31B-2737) Boyer T (GC54C-02 IN43D-03) Boynton L (B14D-06) Boynton R (SM31A-2437) Boys B (B13F-0688) Bozdag E (DI23C-03) Braakhekke M C (B51E-0459) Bracey G (ED21B-0779) Brachfeld S A (GP13A-04) Bracho R G (B53M-04) Bracken C (NH51B-1941) Bradbury H J (V51A-3036) Braden-Behrens J (B41B-0415 B53F-0572) Bradford S A (H51E-1535) Bradley A S (PP53A-2358) Bradley A C (C21C-0700 ED34A-07) Bradley E T (P31B-2103) Bradley K E (T43H-08) Bradshaw R W (V23B-2980) Brady E C (PP41B-2248) Brady M (EP12B-03 PA14B-02) Braile L W (T41E-2973) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 238 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Brain D A (P11D-02 P52A-03) Braithwaite J W (MR23B-03) Bralower T J (ED13E-0952 PP53E-04) Bramante J F (EP32B-05) Brand H E (P22A-04) Brandes C (T12B-01) Brandes J (B21F-0481) Brandl C (ED31B-0858) Br ndli S (DI41C-2648) Brandt P C (SM14A-09) Brandt T (H23I-1692 H33E-1589 H43D-1479) Brandt T G (SM33B-2515) Brandt T (C44A-02) Branduardi-Raymont G (SH31C-07) Branecky C (C33C-0829) Brannan K M (H34B-02) Brannon E (B13F-0699) Branson O (PP51B-2307) Brantley D (GC51C-1176) Brantley S (ED52A-05 H33N-07) Brantut N (S32B-03) Brashears T (NH13A-1743) Brassarote G d (G11B-1069) Brassell S C (PP23A-2316) Brasseur G P (A24A-07) Braswell A E (EP23C-01) Bratton D (ED43A-0848) Braudrick C A (EP51A-0877) Brauman K A (H23G-1658) Braun A (H23I-1700 NH11B-1737 NH11B-1739) Braun A (NH41B-1796) Braun J (EP53C-0972) Braun M (C41B-0665) Braunmiller J (T31H-06) Braverman A J (GC31F-1170) Bravo A (ED41A-0827) Bray E N (H41H-05) Braza M (V33D-3148) Brazil L (ED43E-0888) Brearley A J (V23E-08) Brecht S H (P13A-1904) Bredow E (T13C-2734) Breen S J (H51O-06) Bregy J C (NH24A-05) Breil M (NG31A-1835) Bremmer S E (T31C-2902) Bremner P M (DI34A-07) Brena-Naranjo J (H54E-05) Brendryen J (PP11D-05) Breneman A W (SM42A-06) Brengman C (NS31A-1939) Brengman L A (PP13D-08) Brenn G (C33C-0837) Brennan B (IN51B-1833) Brenner F (NG23B-02) Brenner L D (PP51D-2331) Bresciani E (H23K-03 H31C-1371) Bressers C A (T51F-2990) Bretfeld M (B31G-0554) Brett G (OS31C-2040) Brewer P G (PA11C-1963) Briand C (SH21A-2499) Bricheno L (GC23D-1258 NH31A-1900) Bricker H L (PP33B-2355) Bridgeman J (GC23D-1279) Bridges N (EP24A-05) Briggs C W (PA23A-2213 PA23A-2214) Briggs K (C44B-01) Briggs M A (H32E-05) Briggs M S (AE33A-0436) Briggs S I (V13D-2892) Brigham B A (B13A-0545) Brigham-Grette J (GC32B-03) Brighenti T M (H41J-07) Bright R M (GC23I-04) Brignoli L (H43I-1588) Brigode P (H33M-01) Briner J P (PP13A-2063) Bring A (GC41H-06) Bringue M (PP53A-2362) Brinker R (ED33A-0896 ED51E-0826) Brinkerhoff D J (C53E-05) Brinkman D G (SM51C-2501) Brinkman T J (PA24B-04) Briscoe J S (A23D-0263) Brissaud Q (NH53D-03 S11C-2479) Brisset J (P33E-05) Bristol S (IN13E-01 IN21D-08) Bristow N (EP51A-0881) Bristow T (IN53C-1908 P21C-2113) Bristow W A (AE23B-0426) Brito T V (SM11A-2134) Britt A V (P21B-2089) Brittingham A (PP11B-2020) Brittingham P (ED41A-0786) Brittle S W (H23C-1562) Broadwell K S (V23D-3011) Brocchi V (A31I-0162) Broccoli A J (PP34A-02) Brocher T M (NH14A-03) Brochero D (H41L-05) Brock C A (A53C-0310) Broderson D (IN31A-1752 PA51A-2249) Brodie K L (OS32A-04) Brodsky E E (NH23D-07 S32B-04) Brodzik M J (PA43A-2183) Broers H (H32A-07) Brogan D J (H43G-1551) Broich M (H44D-04) Broiles T W (P43A-2093 SH14B-08) Broll J M (SM13A-2190) Brolly M (A11D-0054) Broman D (H14A-04) Bromirski P D (S52A-01) Bromley G T (C31A-0732) Bromund K R (SM21A-2455) Brondex J (C21B-0669 C32A-04) Brook E (PP11D-04) Brooke C G (B33D-0647) Brooks A C (H41G-03) Brooks B A (G31A-1045) Brooks E M (S11B-2450) Brooks E S (H51J-07) Brooks J (H42G-04) Broome S (S31A-2693) Brophy K J (A51K-0232) Brosius J W (SH14B-02) Brosnan D M (GC13A-1185) Brothelande E (V53C-3102) Brothers D S (OS21A-1938) Brouillard B (B33E-0666) Brounce M N (DI13B-04) Brouy re S (H52B-04) Brower A M (V53D-3146) Browett S D (SM41B-2444) Brown B R (A33D-0259) Brown C (H23J-1701 H42F-01) Brown D B (OS24B-07) Brown E (DI11A-2330) Brown J (MR23A-2664) Brown J (T23C-2954) Brown J A (EP14A-04) Brown J F (B41I-05) Brown J (H33A-1501) Brown K N (P13B-1942) Brown L N (B13A-0563) Brown L L (GP31B-1304) Brown L E (P33C-2160) Brown M (GC13D-1219) Brown M R (S53E-06) Brown M E (GC23K-18 GC42B-08) Brown R (EP54B-04) Brown S E (B13E-0673 P33C-2168) Brown S M (T33A-3014) Brown T (B13D-0611) Brown T G (EP34B-02) Broxton P D (C14C-06) Broz A P (H13D-1402) Bruce G (ED43A-0845 ED51H-0848) Bruce L A (V31A-3071) Bruck Syal M (NH13A-1740) Bruckner M Z (ED13E-0953) Bruder B L (OS32A-07) Brudzinski M (PA53B-14 S54B-03) Bruemmer C (B13F-0716) Brugman K K (V13F-02) Bruhat L (S42A-07) Bruhwiler L (A22G-05) Bruinsma S (SA41C-01) Brum C G (GC13G-1264) Brumble K C (GC13F-1250) Brumby S P (GC54A-01) Br mmer C (B13B-0566 B13E-0656) Brundrett M (V23D-3026) Brune S (PP41F-03 T21B-2804) Brune W H (A41I-01) Bruner V J (B41D-0462) Brunet G (A11K-0159) Bruning E C (AE23A-0417) Brunk S R (ED31B-0869) Brunke M (GC23H-03) Brunner A (P53A-2172) Brunner L (A12D-06) Bruno B C (ED31A-0855) Bruno R (SH41A-2512) Bruns M (B11H-03) Brunsdale L (B43A-0553) Brunsell N A (H32B-05) Brunt K M (C14A-08 P34A-06) Bruntz R J (SA23A-2382) Brusseau M L (H51B-1468) Bryan A M (A13I-0399 GC13B-1203) Bryan G H (A52E-01 IN31F-07) Bryan K R (EP22A-06) Bryant R N (MR13A-2396) Bryson J F (P53D-02) Bryson K (NH12A-08) Bu C (A31I-0179) Bucak T (GC21D-1127) Buch A (P21C-2143) Buchanan M K (NH22A-05) Buchanan P J (PP23B-2325) Buchen J (MR23A-2665) Buchholtz ten Brink M R (H23G-1660) Buchholz B (H33K-1714) Bucholtz A (A51G-0145) Bucholz C E (V12B-05) Buchwal A (GC43B-1151) Bucik R (SH41D-07) Buck H (GC33B-1236) Buck J J (U32A-04) Buck N J (OS41B-1950) Buck W R (T44C-07) Buckley M L (OS22A-05) Buckley S (G43A-1042) Buckner S N (A31D-0066) Buckrell E (EP53C-0987) Buczkowski D (P43C-2115) Budde M E (GC51F-03) Budden A E (IN31G-03) Buddendorf B (EP51D-03 EP53D-1000) Budikova D (A53B-0282) Budke A (ED21A-0762) Buehler J S (S14A-02) Buesch D (V11B-2780) Bufe A (T51F-2991) Buffett B A (DI11B-02 G51C-07) Buffo J (P34A-04) Buforn E (S21B-2719) Bugbee K (ED21B-0777 IN53C-1902 PA31E-07) Bugti M (T41C-2941) Buhler K M (PP43B-2329) Bui X (H13C-1372) Buie M W (ED21E-03 NH13A-1747) Buitrago-Casas J (SH13A-2280) Buizert C (PP11D-08) Buja L (A13I-0395) Bukhary S (H43B-1408) Bukoski J J (B13A-0557) Bukovsky M S (A53J-02 GC12B-03) Bulaevskaya V (NS41A-1898) Bullard J E (A21E-0119 ED51H-0845 EP24A-04) Bulliner E A (EP51B-0898) Bulusu S (OS53B-01) Bulut F (MR41B-2703) Bulygina O (GC33A-1216) Bunce E J (P33C-2164) Bunds M P (T41B-2910) Bunk R (B53B-0529) Buongiorno M (NH13B-01) Burakowski E A (B44A-02) Buratti B J (P42A-01 P43A-2083) Burba G G (A21G-0146) Burbank D W (T24A-01) Burch H (SA21A-2351) Burch J L (SM13D-01) Burchfield E K (GC11C-1158) Burchill J K (SA21B-2371) Burd K (B41C-0427) Burdick S (DI23C-04) Buret Y (V53D-3143) Burgener J A (P33D-2191) Burger E F (IN31D-1792) Burger M (B11H-07) Burger R A (SH44A-06) Burges S J (NH54A-02) Burgess P M (EP12A-08) Burghard C J (B33H-0726) Burgi P (T13D-03) Burgio M (OS31D-2062) Buri P (C51G-05) Burk D R (S11D-2500) Burke A (PP51E-03) Burke J D (ED23A-0802) Burke K D (PP53C-2391) Burke S A (B23B-0569) Burke W (GC13C-1207) Burkett E R (ED33E-0916 PA21A-2189) Burkhard K M (T43B-3047) Burkhardt J (B41G-0537) Burkhart J F (H51F-1541) Burkholder B L (SM51E-2556) Burkholder E F (G21B-1007) Burkholder J B (A33E-0265) Burkholder K C (ED11E-04) Burko D (ED41B-04 PA54A-04) Burlaga L F (SH31D-02) Burleigh M (SM33C-2517) Burley J M (C33C-0831) Burleyson C D (A31H-0137) Burls N (GC13H-06 PP33A-2346) Burnett C T (V33B-3126) Burnett W A (A32E-02 S23D-05) Burney J A (GC33D-1271) Burningham H (EP23A-0948) Burnley P C (MR23A-2670) Burns A G (SA13A-2100 SA51C-08) Burns J M (OS11B-02) Burrell A G (SA42A-07) Burrier D A (OS43A-1999) Burris D R (H33P-08) Burrows J P (A13J-05 A51K-0219) Burrrows D A (A51C-0062) Burt M A (A12A-05) Burton D (B23E-0638) Burton J C (P31A-2092) Burton K W (V51A-3040) Burton M E (SM51E-2547) Burton M R (V31E-02) Burzynski A M (GC51E-1253) Busby C (V53C-3110) Busby R W (S14C-03) Busch K C (ED33D-0910) Busch M (NH12A-06) Buscheck T A (H13O-06) Buscher J (EP11B-0998) Busecke J J (OS53A-2107) Bussy-Virat C (SA43C-2409) Bustamante M G (PP24A-08) Buszta C (GC43B-1148) Butcher A (S31B-2747) Butkiewicz T (ED51C-0809) Butler A H (A42B-03) Butler D M (ED11C-0907) Butler E E (B31K-05) Butler J J (H54B-05) Butler K E (NS32A-03) Butler S L (DI11A-2323) Butman D E (GC23K-11) Butnor J R (B51G-0493) Buxner S (ED11A-0882 ED24B-03 ED43A-0847) Buyco K (S33D-2867) Buysse C E (GC13B-1205) Buytaert W (H34F-06 PA52A-05) Buz J (GP23C-1348) Buzan J R (A11T-05) Buzard R (EP13C-1042) Buzulukova N (SM41B-2440) Buzzanga B A (H53F-1763 PA13A-1969) Bybee G (T53C-04) Bydlon S A (S33G-08) Bye B (PA11B-1962) Byrd K B (B12A-03) Byrne B (B51B-0399) Byrne C F (H43J-1622) Byrne J M (ED13B-0931 ED13B-0933 GC13A-1189) Byrne M (A53G-01 GC13H-02) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 239 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Byrne P K (P44B-03) Byrnes I T (H33J-1698) Byun K (H33D-1574) Bywater-Reyes S (H43G-1530) Bzowski M (SH23A-07) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX C Caballero R (A12D-05 A54A-05) Cabanes S (P33B-2135) Cabello J (B51I-04) Cable W (GC33G-07) Cabot F (A24C-04) Cabral-Cano E (IN13C-1675) Cabrales-Vargas A (C33A-0760) Cabrol N A (B32D-01) Caccamise D J (G41B-1035) C ceres B E (C41C-0677) Cadavid A C (ED51C-0805 SH42B-05) Caddy-Retalic S (B53I-0615) Cade W B (ED23A-0800) Cadeddu M P (A21A-0011) Cael B (NG12A-12) Cahl D (OS13B-1810) Cahoon E B (V23C-2995) Cai C (DI44A-06) Cai C (C51A-0639) Cai D S (SM21A-2454) Cai J (H43B-1406) Cai J (T43A-3029) Cai L (C41A-0647) Cai M (A33J-0402) Cai M (A13B-0243) Cai N (MR21B-2656) Cai Q (AE13A-0411) Cai S (GP23A-1315) Cai W (OS51B-2038) Cai X (A51A-0012) Cai X (H52F-06) Cai X (H31G-1488) Cai Y (S43B-2821) Cai Y (A23J-0357) Cai Y (T11D-2655) Cai Z (NS23A-1903) Cai Z (PP31D-2324) Cairns I (SH11C-2244 SH13B-2299 SH31D-08) Caissie B (PP51A-2288) Cakir R (ED51A-0782 T41A-2892) Calabrese S (EP43C-0986) Calantoni J (EP51C-03) Caldas A (PA23B-2221) Caldeira K (U11A-01) Caldeira M C (GC53D-1334) Calderer A (A23B-0221) Calderhead A I (G23A-1032) Caldwell P (GC31J-08) Califf S (SM41A-2412) Calkins M A (GP23B-1332) Callaghan K L (PP51B-2306) Callaghan P (A31A-0011) Callahan R P (EP43C-0966) Callebert W (GP31B-1297) Callegary J B (EP22B-01) Calogero M A (V53D-3153) Calvin K V (GC24D-01 GC31B-1123) Calvin W M (GC52A-02) Camacho De Coca F (B33J-02) Camacho Suarez V V (B13E-0676) Camargo S J (A13L-04 A44F-07) Cambiotti G (T53A-08) Cameron C (T51G-3008) Cameron D A (GC41C-1115) Cameron L (GC11D-1163) Cameron M E (P51B-2139) Cameron T G (SH11C-2255) Campagne A (NG21B-04) Campagnolo M (A13D-0288) Campanya J L (GP51A-1376) Campbell A J (C21B-0683) Campbell A (MR33B-2689) Campbell A (B13D-0629) Campbell G (IN53D-07) Campbell J (B51E-0456) Campbell J F (A31G-0116) Campbell J L (GC53D-1327) Campbell K (B33G-0691) Campbell M (PP33B-2370) Campbell P K (GC51H-08) Campbell S M (T31F-2982) Campolo J (IN51B-1850) Camporeale E (SM33A-2504) Campos T L (A21C-0066) Can T D (B14A-03) Canada A (T41E-2977) Cancelada M (A23F-0294) Candela S G (C33B-0815) Candey R M (SM33A-2498) Cane M A (A21B-0026 A33N-01) Cang X (EP43A-0949) Canil D (V22A-02) Canitano A (S33A-2798) Cannara A (GC23C-1252) Cannatelli C (V31A-3085 V31B-3095) Cannavo F (NH53B-2001) Cannon F (A11N-0199) Cannon K M (P21C-2121) Canon-Tapia E (V13G-06) Cantrell C A (A13J-02) Cantu A (IN13C-1679) Canty T P (A33E-0277) Canup R M (P53D-04) Cao B (SA33A-2424) Cao G (H51B-1469 MR51C-2723) Cao G (A31H-0145) Cao H (P31D-02) Cao J (NS31A-1926) Cao K (T22A-01) Cao L (S43B-2838) Cao L (GC33B-1234) Cao N (G43A-1052) Cao Q (H14C-03) Cao R (T41E-2985) Cao W (V13B-2850) Cao X (SM44B-08) Cao Y (A43F-0293) Cao Y (A51K-0224) Cao Y (H33H-1652) Cao Y m (V53C-3114) Capdeville H (G41A-1005) Cape M R (B44B-03) Capiro N L (H32D-01) Caplan R M (SH11A-2222) Capman N (SM13B-2207) Caporaso L (B53A-0521) Capotondi A (A43D-0251) Cappa C D (A44D-05) Capps S (A24F-04) Cappucci M (A31C-0052) Caprarelli G (P51C-2155) Capron E (PP21A-2262) Capuano T a (OS23E-01) Caputi D (A11M-0190) Carabajal C C (C11A-0752) Caraballo lvarez I O (H33L-07) Caracas R (MR12A-01 MR31A-2656) Carbary J F (SM51E-2540 SM51F-2560) Carbone E (H12B-08) Carbonell R (NS33B-1974) Carchedi C J (T33A-3007) Cardarelli E (H32D-03) Cardellini C (V31E-03) C rdenas-Soto M (NS33B-1958) Cardiff M A (H13O-02) Cardille J A (IN51B-1845) Cardin P (GP12A-13 GP23B-1335) Cardon Z G (B54D-03) Cardona C A (H53B-1702) Caress D W (OS41C-1991) Carey A M (H13K-1561) Carey J W (MR44A-01) Carling P A (EP23A-0936) Carlson A E (PP51B-2308) Carlson B (EP23A-0928) Carlson B (AE13A-0410) Carlson D (IN43B-1694) Carlson E (OS23B-2044) Carlson H C (SA53B-2453 SM44A-10) Carlson P E (PP44B-01) Carlson R L (T13B-2716) Carlson T B (PP31D-2317) Carlton A (SM51A-2463) Carlton C (ED31C-01) Carlyle-Moses D E (H31E-1422) Carmichael G R (A11B-0018) Carmichael J (S31A-2713) Carn S A (A23D-0255 V41C-03) Carnat G (C11D-06) Carnell E J (B11E-0511) Carniello L (EP22A-02) Carns R (C31B-0753) Caro A (C41D-0696) Carpenter B M (S11E-02 S44C-06) Carpenter L (A54C-01) Carr B (V43D-3174) Carr C G (C42A-04) Carr J A (EP23C-06) Carr J C (B51F-0477) Carr K J (EP53E-1021) Carr S A (B13G-0725) Carrano C S (SA41A-2370) Carranza V (A51K-0234) Carrasquillo A J (EP23B-0966) Carraz O (G53A-07) Carrico A (GC52C-07) Carrier B L (P23A-2162) Carriere L (IN11A-1611) Carrigan C R (S34A-03) Carrillo Y (B32E-03) Carrillo de la Cruz J L (T31D-2925) Carrillo Lopez J (NS41A-1894) Carrillo-S nchez J D (P13A-1933) Carroll D (C51A-0646) Carroll K C (H33A-1507) Carroll M (GC51B-1153) Carroll R W (H33L-05) Carroll S J (H13M-1607) Carter A (C41B-0651) Carter E (A13E-0333) Carter L M (P54B-04 P54B-05) Carter M (PA51B-2260) Carter P (GC13A-1191) Carter T A (SH14B-03) Cartina D M (P21B-2086) Carton J (NG41B-1732 OS53A-2097) Caruso A (H43D-1450) Carvajal C (OS12C-04) Carvalho L (NH41A-1747) Casarotti E (ED33E-0914) Casas-Mulet R (H33B-1534) Casasanto V (ED33A-0897) Cascio W E (GC13B-1199) Casciotti K L (B21N-03) Case A W (SH43B-2568) Caserta A (S43F-3206) Casey J G (A21G-0147) Casey J A (C33B-0807) Casey K S (IN33C-04) Casey K (C13B-0813) Cash B (IN31F-06) Cashman K V (PA51A-2253 V13G-02) Casillas-Perez G A (SH21E-2564) Casler D M (EP53C-0991) Caspi A (SH13A-2288) Cassak P (SM21A-2407) Cassano E (C21C-0696) Cassano J J (A51I-0174) Cassel M (EP34A-07) Cassiani G (EP23A-0940 H13K-1558) Cassidy M M (T41C-2936) Cassidy T A (SM34A-05) Cassotto R (C51A-0650) Castagno K A (EP22A-04) Casta eda I S (PP43A-2305) Castaneda Neto R M (GC41C-1111) Castanheira J (A23I-0345) Castelan-Ortega O A (GC43A-1143) Castellanos P (A33F-0313) Castelletti A (H23J-1711) Castello L (H21I-05) Castelnau O (MR23A-2668) Castiello G (T43B-3041) Castillo C M (OS21A-1946) Castillo J (T31F-2978) Castillo-Trujillo A C (OS13B-1821) Castineira D (T54B-02) Castleberry P (V13E-2900) Castro G V (PP13B-2087) Castro J (B41G-0526) Castro S (GC33D-1266) Castro Heredia L M (H51F-1545) Casu F (G23A-1038 G33C-04 S43F-3207) Catalan P A (NH41A-1751) Catalano A J (A12D-07) Catalano F (H33K-1717) Catalano J G (B43D-08) Catania G A (C53E-07) Cathalot C (OS44B-02) Catharine D (A53M-05) Cathles L M (T31G-01) Catling D C (V12B-07) Catlos E J (V24C-08) Caton R (S51C-03) Cattania C (S13E-05) Caudill C M (P31E-06) Caulfield M (A33P-03) Caulton D (A22G-04) Cavagnaro D B (C33B-0826) Cavallaro N (GC23K-01) Cavanaugh K C (GC11D-1171) Cavazos A R (B23E-0624) Cavazos Guerra C (GC21A-1052) Cavazzin B (PP43B-2315) Cavdar S (H11A-1267) Caves J K (PP31F-04) Cawley K (B21F-0477) Cawood A (T43F-07) Caxito F (PP31A-2254) Cayan D R (GC21E-1148) Cayol V (NS41A-1900 V12A-07) Cazenave A A (G12A-08 GC34B-07) Cazzola E (SM21A-2412) Cecconi B (IN31B-1760) Cechini M F (ED23E-02 IN33B-1814) Cecinati F (H11G-06) Cede A (A21K-04) Ceesay A (GC41B-1081) Celicourt P (IN23D-1792) Celli N L (S14A-07) Cendon D I (H43M-06) Cengiz Cinku M (OS31D-2073) Ceperley N C (H13L-1581) Cerling T E (PP53E-06) Cermak J (A21L-07 A43B-0207) Cernusak L A (B42A-10) Cerovski-Darriau C (EP31B-0934) Cerpa N G (T52B-03) Cerrai D (NH51B-1930) Cervantes Alcala E (SM51A-2458) Cervone G (IN33A-1798) Cesana G (A11J-0146 A53K-02) Cesaroni C (SA31A-2388) Cescatti A (GC23I-05) Cessateur G (P43A-2097 SH31B-2556 SH42B-04) Ceylan S (DI41A-2621) Cha J (A51F-0124) Cha K (H11A-1276) Cha W (NH31A-1885) Chabay I (GC21I-02) Chaboureau J (A21E-0121) Chacon-Barrantes S E (NH43A-1799) Chaddock D (SM51A-2460) Chadwell C D (T31C-2907) Chadwick A J (GC23D-1270) Chadwick C (GC13F-1249) Chaffin J M (SH13A-2283) Chaffin M (P12A-02) Chague-Goff C (NH43A-1800) Chai C (ED43C-0875 S43B-2847) Chai J (A33A-0191) Chai L (B11E-0506) Chai L (DI23A-2598 P13A-1886) Chai T (A31E-0093 A54B-04) Chaivaranont W (GC51E-1207) Chakrabarti R (P31E-07 V13B-2847) Chakrabarti S (H31G-1489) Chakraborty A (B13G-0730) Chakraborty I (C13B-0823) Chakraborty S (T33C-3034) Chakraborty S (V21B-03) Chakraborty S (MR42A-05 V13F-05 V23B-2974) Chakraborty S (PP31D-2323) Chakravorty A (H51H-1597) Chaliyakunnel S (A34B-07) Challenor T (B31C-0481) Chalot-Prat F E (OS31D-2068) Chamberlain C (T44B-02) Chamberlain E L (EP53A-0918 GC23D-1265) Chamberlain P (C31B-0748) 240 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Chamberlain S (B53M-05) Chamberlin C (EP32B-06) Chambers D P (G24A-06) Chambers J E (H31D-1411) Chambers L H (PA53A-2275) Chamecki M (EP51C-02) Chamorro L P (A23B-0200) Champagne C (GC54A-02) Champangern K (EP21B-0883) Chan A A (SM21B-05) Chan A W (A44D-07) Chan C (T13D-07) Chan D (GC51D-1193) Chan H V (C13A-0809) Chan M A (EP21A-0848) Chan S (B41B-0401) Chan S (H24C-06) Chan T (ED41A-0784) Chan Y (T23A-2893) Chanard K (G41C-06 MR33C-06 S34B-07) Chance K (A53H-03) Chand M B (C11C-0795) Chandan D (PP33A-2342) Chandanpurkar H A (A41E-0090) Chandler C L (IN31E-01 IN44A-01) Chandler D G (B23D-0604) Chandler H (A51O-06) Chandorkar M (SH11C-2261) Chandra C V (A11H-0105 H13R-05) Chandra S (NS21C-05) Chandran B D (SH12A-05) Chan E (SM51E-2528) Chaney N (B51E-0455 EP41C-0919) Chang C (IN23D-1796) Chang C (V11C-2792) Chang C (EP53C-0949) Chang C (EP53B-0935) Chang C (A11K-0155) Chang C (B31C-0479) Chang C (EP33A-0974) Chang D (SA43A-2389) Chang E (A51I-0190) Chang H (GC33D-1270) Chang H (OS21A-1961) Chang I (EP41C-0916) Chang J (NG23A-1825) Chang J (T23C-2939) Chang K (S41A-2763) Chang K (A43A-0197) Chang K (A23B-0217) Chang L (G21A-0992) Chang L (GP43D-04) Chang L (A21C-0056 A53H-04) Chang P (A33D-0256 OS22B-01) Chang P (NS41B-1905) Chang S J (GC13F-1257) Chang S (T51D-2951) Chang S (T23B-2934 T23B-2935) Chang W (S21A-2683) Chang W H (H31A-1338) Chang W (G31C-07) Chang Y (H13P-02) Chang Y (A41D-0067) Chang Y (MR21B-2646) Chang Y (B13F-0690) ChangJiang L (NH23A-1843) Chann S (ED41A-0783) Channell J E (DI11B-07 GP14C-08 GP51D-01) Chanrion O (AE31A-02) Chantel J (MR14A-04 MR23B-08) Chanteur G M (SM21A-2448) Chantjaroen C (A31G-0125) Chao B F (G51C-08) Chao K (S41C-08) Chao W (S43A-2811 T24A-05) Chapa C (OS51A-2028) Chapin T (B44D-01) Chapman D S (T13A-2683) Chapman G A (SH31B-2559) Chapman J (T41F-03) Chapman R (P21B-2085) Chapman T (V13C-2859 V53D-3160) Chapman W A (T33C-3055) Chaput J (S12B-01) Chardi K (H31C-1369) Charsley-Groffman L (GC21F-1159) Chartrand S M (EP53C-0986) Chasapis A (SM21A-2438) Chase M (PA43A-2171) Chase N D (P11B-1850) Chase Z (PP53A-2366 V23C-3001) Chastain S G (B11G-08) Chaston C C (SM11A-2138) Chatfield R B (A51D-0097) Chatterjee A (A32D-04) Chatterjee K (SA31B-2394) Chattopadhyay M (A23C-0233) Chatzaras V (T33C-3043) Chatzistergos T (SH31B-2547) Chau J L (SA12A-02) Chaubey I (H13B-1366) Chaubey J P (A51J-0208) Chaubey J (H41F-1377) Chauchat J (EP21C-0895) Chaudhary A (IN13B-1660) Chaudhury J (DI51A-2655) Chaufray J (P13A-1912) Chaumillon E (NH31A-1879) Chaussard E (G41C-02 V53C-3108) Chavarria S B (GC13E-1239) Chavas D R (A53L-03) Chaves C M (DI31A-2603) Chavez F (OS31A-1994) Chavez R E (NS33B-1956) Che H (SM21A-2433) Che H (A53D-0315) Chea R (GC31E-1150) Cheadle M J (OS31D-2052) Checketts H N (A21E-0105) Checlair J (P53B-2197) Chee T (IN23B-1766) Chegwidden O (H11C-03 PA33D-01) Chellman N (C12A-06) Chelpon S (A41C-0063) Chelton D B (OS23E-04) Chemenda A I (MR43A-05) Chen A (ED41A-0793) Chen A B (AE31A-01) Chen B (B53E-0554) Chen B (EP53F-1048) Chen B (MR23B-05) Chen C (A13C-0283) Chen C (A23H-0338 A43D-0264 T41E-3006) Chen C (A42D-06) Chen C (GC53A-1267) Chen C (GC53A-1261) Chen C (NH43C-1883) Chen C (NH51C-1962) Chen C (V33D-3143) Chen C (H41A-1271) Chen C H (SH41A-2516) Chen C (A11D-0050) Chen C (H13H-1504) Chen C (GP31C-1318) Chen C (H13F-1463) Chen D (A33D-0249) Chen F (GC12C-01 GC14A-03) Chen F (B21G-0511) Chen F (A14B-07 DI23A-2600) Chen F (PP23C-2338) Chen G (A11E-0068) Chen G (IN23C-1789) Chen G (SM33A-2499) Chen G (A51I-0176) Chen H (S31B-2760) Chen H Y (B43H-08) Chen H (T11A-2581) Chen H (B31E-0528) Chen H (H12D-03) Chen H (S41A-2728) Chen H D (C33B-0823) Chen H (A51G-0148) Chen H (A23G-0303 A52E-08) Chen H (H41J-04) Chen H (A32F-08) Chen I (H31F-1459) Chen I (S13A-2528) Chen J (H31D-1404) Chen J (SH22B-07) Chen J (A52E-03) Chen J (H43B-1407) Chen J (OS31E-07) Chen J (C41A-0645) Chen J (V31A-3056) Chen J (GC11A-1112) Chen J (G41B-1034) Chen J (H43E-1487) Chen J (T11A-2585) Chen J (A21D-0073) Chen J (A33I-0371 G43A-1048) Chen J (B51E-0457) Chen J (PP51C-2315) Chen J (H51A-1420) Chen J (H33A-1491) Chen J (A43G-0312) Chen J (IN31A-1751) Chen K (S41A-2757) Chen K H (S33A-2807) Chen K (G31A-1038 S54C-07) Chen K (H13H-1508) Chen K (S13A-2521) Chen L (B43C-0610) Chen L (EP33D-1033) Chen L (H21G-1500) Chen L (SM13D-03) Chen L (GC21B-1081) Chen L (H41B-1288) Chen L (T41F-06) Chen L (SM22B-07) Chen M (SA34A-03 SM42A-02) Chen M (S31C-2775) Chen M (H13F-1458) Chen M (B52B-04 PA31B-2205 S34B-03 T33B-3023) Chen M (GC51A-1128) Chen M (A43C-0229) Chen N (SH51E-2633) Chen N (A43D-0249) Chen N M (V33B-3131) Chen P (GC53E-1344) Chen P (NH51A-1924) Chen P (OS21A-1959) Chen Q (A51F-0128) Chen Q (OS51C-2067) Chen Q (A21D-0076) Chen R H (GC31H-1201) Chen R S (IN51C-1864 PA51C-05) Chen R (OS31B-2015) Chen R (SH43E-03) Chen R (GP51A-1364) Chen S (PP21B-2282) Chen S (OS41C-1965) Chen S (GC11A-1115) Chen S (T31A-2883) Chen S (B53J-04) Chen S S (A32E-06 A41G-0133) Chen S (H53C-1708) Chen S (NH43C-1875) Chen S (EP11A-0979) Chen T (A51O-02) Chen T (P31A-2086) Chen T (S51A-2759) Chen T (T23A-2899) Chen W (A43D-0240 V23A-2958) Chen W (OS51C-2059) Chen W (T13D-06) Chen W (A11C-0026) Chen W (V13D-2885) Chen X (A32A-05 C11C-0780) Chen x (S11A-2424) Chen X (H43D-1462) Chen X (GC11B-1131) Chen X (H44A-05) Chen X (A21D-0077) Chen X (T13C-2723) Chen X (S13A-2515 S43C-2867 S44C-07) Chen X (A33H-0367 PP41C-2273 V31A3073) Chen X (H51N-07) Chen X (H53G-1790) Chen X (PP11B-2015) Chen X (GP43B-1248) Chen X (A33D-0241) Chen X (H31G-1486) Chen Y (H33M-03) Chen Y (S41A-2733) Chen Y (SA31A-2384) Chen Y (S53A-2845) Chen Y (H51I-1634) Chen Y (B53G-0586) Chen Y (S43A-2795) Chen Y (A31F-0101) Chen Y (T51D-2961) Chen Y (NH43C-1876) Chen Y (H43D-1452) Chen Y (GC13C-1210) Chen Y (S13B-2552) Chen Y J (S31D-07) Chen Y (B12D-01) Chen Y (S41A-2740) Chen Y (H51B-1457 S44A-04) Chen Y (SM42A-03) Chen Y (T23A-2896) Chen Y (B11F-0534) Chen Y (EP13A-1016) Chen Y (A21D-0075) Chen Y (SM23A-2471) Chen Y (C41D-0692) Chen Y (SM14B-06) Chen Z (B33C-0610) Chen Z (A43D-0247) Chen Z (GC33C-1251) Chen Z (B53B-0535) Chen Z (B11E-0503) Cheng A F (NH12A-02 P53B-2202) Cheng C (DI31B-2631) Cheng C (B23D-0617) Cheng C (S41A-2759) Cheng C Z (SM21A-2421) Cheng D L (IN53C-1895) Cheng F (NS31A-1933) Cheng F Y (H43I-1577 PA53B-16) Cheng G (G33B-1090) Cheng H (A21N-01 GC14A-01) Cheng H (DI23A-2590) Cheng J (SH31B-2566) Cheng L (GC34B-03) Cheng L (H21G-1514) Cheng M (G11B-1078) Cheng S (H53E-1758) Cheng T (H23C-1550) Cheng W (B41E-0480) Cheng W (IN23D-1791) Cheng X (B53F-0569) Cheng X (A21D-0092) Cheng X (SH13C-2310) Cheng X (NH51C-1969) Cheng X (G51B-1101) Cheng X (OS13A-1782) Cheng Y (H13G-1484) Cheng Y (H23H-1683) Cheng Y (A21C-0062) Cheng Y (H33C-1545) Cheng Y (S31B-2740) Cheng Y (GC14A-06) Cheng Y (H51C-1485) Cheng Y (A23B-0199) Cheng Z (EP53F-1050) Cheng Z (OS51C-2072) Chenin P (T41E-3000) Cheon D (MR41A-2681) Cheon S (OS13A-1792) Cheraghi M (EP52A-03) Cherkauer K A (GC53E-1350) Cherkinsky A (B41F-0518) Chern J (A52D-04) Cherniak D J (MR42A-02) Cherniak I (G43C-06) Cherniakov S (SA33A-2412) Chernov A (NS33B-1965) Cherry M l (AE33A-0434) Cherumadanakadan Thelliyil S (A13F-0336) Cheruy F (H33K-1707) Cherviakov M (A31F-0113) Chescheir G M (H13B-1360) Chester F M (S21B-2694) Chestler S (S33A-2818) Chettri S R (IN23D-1795) Cheunchitra T (P32A-07) Cheung H N (GC21I-05) Cheung H (A21N-06) Chevalier A (NS13A-02) Chevalier M (T41B-2906) Chevrot S (S33F-05) Chevuturi A (A13F-0342) Chew C C (C33B-0774) Chhabra S (SH33A-05) Chhiber R (SH41A-2519) Chi H (S23A-2756) Chi N (A31H-0143) Chi P J (GP31C-1325 SM23A-2475) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 241 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Chi Y (SH13B-2303) Chia Y (NH23D-02) Chia-Hao C (H31C-1364) Chiang A (S51A-2756) Chiang C (GP51A-1363) Chiang F (H21G-1501) Chiang J C (PP31F-01) Chiang S (H33A-1495) Chiar J (ED51B-0799) Chiarabba C (S54C-04) Chiaradia M (G23A-1039) Chichester B (T51C-2945) Chidester B (DI42A-05) Chien C (S41A-2755) Chien H (H33B-1539) Chien Y (MR11A-2363) Chierici F (NH32B-06) Chih L M (EP51A-0868) Chikamoto M O (OS51A-2029) Child S F (C13C-0848) Childers V A (G11B-1079) Childs-Gleason L M (PA31C-2214) Chilton K (PP53A-2373) Chilukoti N (A23G-0311) Chim M (A33H-0337) Chin E J (V31D-08) Chin N (H32C-06) Chin S (T23A-2885) Chin T M (G13A-1091) Ching K (T23A-2888) Chini L P (GC21B-1093) Chinita M J (A23B-0208) Chinn P W (ED51E-0825) Chiodi A M (A34E-08) Chiodini G (S43F-3201) Chiodo G (A23I-0342) Chiorini S (S53A-2819) Chipman M L (GC31H-1190) Chipperfield M (A42B-02) Chirokova G (IN31A-1745) Chisolm R E (H51A-1432) Chiswell H (B33D-0643) Chitale V S (GC23G-1311) Chiu B (B11F-0526) Chiu W (GC23A-1227) Chiverrell R C (C52B-03 PP13B-2083) Chiwara P (B13B-0568) Chizmeshya A V (GC41C-1116) Chmielewski V (AE21A-02) Cho C (A13B-0242) Cho C (S31A-2722) Cho H (B41E-0485) Cho H (S11D-2505) Cho J (SM31A-2452) Cho K (A23C-0235) Cho M (A11G-0092) Cho N (A51A-0006) Cho S (B11B-0458) Cho Y (GC13B-1204) Cho Y (V34A-01) Choens R C (MR51B-2705) Choi A (A51D-0077) Choi B (G31A-1048) Choi E (SM13A-2179) Choi E (T23C-2952 T32A-07) Choi H (S33D-2860) Choi H (V51A-3032) Choi H (A23K-0379) Choi J (SM33D-02) Choi M (H33K-1710) Choi M (A41A-0018) Choi P (G31B-1064) Choi S (T11C-2629) Choi S (A51D-0093) Choi W (A13E-0326) Choi Y (A33B-0215) Choi Y (A51J-0204) Choi Y (P11C-1871) Choi Y (C21B-0674) Choi Y (PA33A-2227) Choi Y (GC33A-1219) Chon E (T31D-2927) Chong G (SM53B-02) Chong H (A41A-0020) Chopping R G (GP34A-01 GP41A-03) Chossiere G (PA21B-2209) Chotalia K (DI41A-2600) Chou H (EP21C-0891) Chou L (B24B-08) Chou Y (EP53F-1054) Chou Y (T21D-2857) Chouaib W (H51F-1554) Choudhary D (SH42B-03) Choukroun M (P43A-2080) Chounet A (S12A-02) Choung S (H13A-1332) Chow A T (B13C-0592) Chow R (H34B-06) Chowdhury A I (H31L-07 H33A-1509) Chowdhury P (T31B-2893) Choy G L (S31B-2749) Christe S (SH13A-2281) Christen A (A51K-0245) Christensen A (B33B-0597) Christensen A B (SA23A-2379) Christensen B A (ED23C-0836 PP41E-01) Christensen C (IN13D-04) Christensen J H (GC23H-01) Christensen K T (EP24A-01) Christensen M (A11I-0131) Christensen R V (ED51H-0851) Christensen U R (GP12A-06) Christeson G L (T13B-2702) Christian E R (SH51E-2618) Christian J (C51G-06) Christian K E (A41I-06) Christian-Smith J (H13J-1544) Christiansen E H (V43G-08) Christianson D S (IN43D-06) Christie F (C13C-0834) Christie-Blick N (T21A-2799) Christoffersen B O (B11B-0443) Christoffersen M S (IN13C-1677) Chrit M (A33A-0195) Chrysoulakis N (B42B-05 IN51B-1842) Chu A (S23C-2782) Chu C (IN11A-1614) CHU H (H43D-1449) Chu H (B41B-0410) Chu J (A53C-0299) Chu P C (G21A-0989) CHU Q (GC13F-1255) Chu R K (B41E-0488) Chu S (S41B-2777) Chu T (C33B-0827 IN53A-1879) Chu V W (C33B-0816) Chu W (C52A-08) Chu X (SM33A-2506) Chu X (SA42A-05) Chu Y (A33H-0340) Chua X (A53F-0358) Chuang P Y (A42C-08) Chuang P (H13E-1421) Chuang R Y (T14A-02) Chuenpee T - (MR13A-2382) Chui J (H51D-1499) Chun K P (A21M-04) Chun Sang H (H13A-1318) Chung A I (S23A-2754) Chung G (C51C-0678) Chung J (ED41A-0804) Chung L (T14A-03) Chung L B (A31I-0160) Chung M (H21E-1458) Chung S (H13D-1410) Chunliang X (SA13A-2112) Churchill A C (B33E-0664) Chutcharavan P M (PP53A-2360) Chuter S (C11A-0738) Ciardelli C (DI31A-2607) Ciarletta D J (EP11A-0966) Ciarletti V (P43A-2086) Ciela J (T33A-3003) Cid Carrera A (NH31A-1873) Cienciala P (EP51B-0893) Cienfuegos R (NH52A-07) Ciervo C (H51C-1494) Ciesielski P E (A23O-03) Cifelli R (H11G-02) Cifuentes M (B11G-02) Cifuentes-Lorenzen A (NH31A-1908) Cihan A (H51B-1446) Cintr n Del Valle S M (EP21B-0878) Ciocca F (H13K-1563) Ciraci E (C13D-0861) Cirone A (C41B-0653) Cirpka O A (H44C-08) Ciscato E R (B43D-07) Cisneros J (EP53C-0990) Cisneros M (V13D-2889) Civilini F (S43A-2815) Clack C (GC53G-01) Clackett S (B33D-0628) Claes N (H13K-1560) Claessens S J (GP43A-1215) Clague D A (GP31D-06 OS43D-01) Claire M (V12B-08) Clancy R T (P24C-02) Clancy S (H33N-06) Clapp C (A41C-0045) Clarens A F (H12C-01) Clark A (EP53E-1029) Clark C (ED23E-03) Clark D C (SM51A-2459) Clark E P (H43H-1562) Clark E (H51K-06) Clark E V (H43G-1523) Clark G B (P23D-07) Clark J (H31E-1431) Clark J (ED42A-02) Clark K (B22A-05 NH43A-1801 OS12B-04) Clark M (B23E-0644) Clark M K (EP32C-08) Clark M P (C22B-07 C22B-08 H34E-01) Clark M L (GC53C-1297) Clark M (V14A-04) Clark R W (OS43A-1996) Clark R A (NH23A-1848) Clark R N (P42A-07) Clark S (A53F-0362) Clark S C (B13F-0697) Clark-Balzan L (V11A-2758) Clarke G L (T11A-2591) Clarke J T (P12A-01) Clarke S W (SH21F-06) Clarke T (P33C-2142) Clary W A (T41D-2961) Claudepierre S G (SM44C-01) Clauer C R (SA43A-2379 SM22A-01) Claus B (OS41B-1954) Clauter D A (S11C-2474) Clavijo H W (H52A-04) Clavin C (A31I-0165) Clay J (H11B-1314) Clayton R (A41H-0154 NH14A-04) Clear J (B53A-0505) Cleary D M (PP33B-2369) Cleary Z (V53C-3120) Cleckner L (B33D-0633 B33D-0641) Clegg S M (P41B-2068) Clemens S C (PP31C-2293) Clement A C (PP11D-02) Clement L (OS43A-2001) Clemente-Harding L (A41G-0131) Clementi V (PP11B-2017) Clements T (NH11A-1718) Clemmons J H (SM51C-2507) Clerc F (S43C-2865 S43C-2879) Cleveland M (S51A-2757) Clifford H (PP31B-2273) Clifford K R (PA43B-2213) Clift P D (T41D-2968) Cline C J (MR51A-2680) Clinton N (IN51B-1843) Cliver E W (PA24A-01) Cloer S (A33E-0278) Clog M D (V43B-3156) Closek C J (OS24A-07) Clough B (GC41F-08) Clouser B (PP31D-2325) Clow D W (C12A-03) Cloyd E T (ED43F-07) Clubb F J (EP53C-0978) Clune T (IN11B-1616) Clyne J (IN21C-1752) Clyne M (V43C-3164) Coakley K J (A31I-0167) Coale K H (A23E-0276) Coates J (A11L-0162) Coats S (A51Q-08) Cobb A (GC21B-1098) Cobb B L (PA33A-2231) Cobb K M (ED43F-08 PP23D-07 PP54A-07) Cobb W H (ED43A-0854 ED43B-0868) Cobden L J (DI31A-2610 T51H-01) Coble A A (B43G-03) Coble M A (V23A-2964) Cobos D R (H33E-1591) Coburn S (A21G-0169) Coca D (PP33C-06) Cochran E S (S32A-05) Cochran S (IN31A-1757) Cochrane K (GC33E-04) Cochrane S (A41D-0076) Cochrane T A (GC23G-1307) Cockburn J (PP11C-2031) Cocke S (PA23B-2231) Coddington O (SA54A-02) Codo de Oliveira M (H13J-1551) Cody R P (GC21A-1058) Coe M T (GC23I-08) Coe R S (GP12A-04 GP31B-1294) Coffel E (GC53B-1288) Coffey E (A21G-0165) Coffey G L (T42A-08) Coffey T (EP53A-0921) Coffin D A (P23C-2178) Coffin M F (V43F-07) Cofield S (C31B-0750) Cofrancesco J (PP11A-1997) Cohen C (SH51E-2621) Cohen D (B51G-0487 C21B-0672 NH34B-04) Cohen I J (SM32B-02) Cohen J B (A52B-03) Cohen J L (GC21I-07) Cohen L (C23B-0741) Cohen M J (H33J-1700) Cohen M (AE33B-0441) Cohen R C (A42D-01 DI42A-08) Cohn A (A51C-0049) Cohn N (EP14A-03) Cola J (ED23B-0829) Colarco P R (A11B-0017 V43C-3168) Cole J E (PP52A-08) Cole M C (H13I-1532) Cole M (V31A-3059) Cole T (IN33B-1817) Colella H (ED34A-08) Coleman D J (EP33C-0999) Coleman M L (V43B-3149) Coles A (H52E-05) Coley W R (SM33C-2518) Colin C (S23A-2757) Coll J M (H43H-1571) Collado-Vega Y M (ED43B-0862 SM33A-2503) Colleps C L (T31A-2888) Collett J L (B13F-0689) Collettini C (T11E-01 T11F-04) Colli L (DI23C-07 DI51B-2665) Colliander A (B33J-04 H24C-07) Collier A M (A21G-0154 PA43A-2182) Collier S (C51G-02) Collins A (B33E-0658) Collins B D (EP32A-01) Collins C (H51E-1527) Collins D C (A13I-0398) Collins D N (C11C-0784) Collins D (GC31C-1133) Collins D B (A23K-0389) Collins J (PP14A-06) Collins J H (EP53D-1011) Collins J D (A21E-0112) Collins M J (H33D-1560) Collins R L (SA51A-2407) Collins S L (GC32C-06) Collins W D (A11I-0128 A41H-0160) Collinson G (P13A-1887 SM53B-01) Collis S M (A11H-0106) Collow A (A12D-03) Collow T W (A53B-0277) Colombier M (V14A-02) Colombo R (C13B-0825) Colon D (V43G-06) Colon G (ED41A-0791) Colonese J (H51F-1550) Colorado G (A13A-0218) Colose C (PP31D-2304) Colosi J A (OS31E-03) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 242 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Colosimo S F (A11J-0144) Colpitts C A (SM13B-2209) Colwell F S (B22D-01) Colwell J E (P33E-02) Colwell R R (PA14A-03 U21A-06) Comas X (EP41F-02) Comas-Bru L (PP54A-03) Comer-Warner S (H42C-06 H43D-1451) Comerford C (U21A-04) Cominola A (H44F-05) Cominsky L (ED43B-0864) Comiso J C (GC53H-06) Commane R (B53G-0599) Compo G (NG33D-03) Comte D (G11B-1065 S13A-2529 T31D2930 T31D-2934) Conaway C H (H31A-1342) Conde M (SM23A-2479) Condie K (T53C-01) Condon L E (H14D-08 U42A-04) Conery I (OS23A-2014) Confal J M (T54A-07) Cong F (PP41B-2252) Cong N (GC21H-1186) Cong x (B21G-0494) Cong Z (H51J-05) Congreves K A (B23E-0629) Conley S A (A14E-01) Conlin M (EP11A-0973) Connerney J E (U22A-06) Connolly C T (B43G-06) Connor H K (SM33B-2509 SM51C-2493) Connors M G (GP24E-01) Conrad C P (DI43B-07 DI51B-2668) Conrad J W (P44A-05) Conrad J E (OS21A-1939) Conroy J L (PP42B-07) Considine D B (A32E-04) Console R (NH54B-02 S43F-3203 S51D-08) Constable C (DI13A-2352 IN23F-01) Constable S (NS13A-01) Constantine J A (B21I-0542) Constantinou N (A33D-0245) Constantz J E (H43D-1460) Contreras M (H21A-1375) Conway B D (H43K-1639) Conway D (GC33E-08) Conway J P (A11E-0073) Coogan L A (PP23C-2341) Cook A A (B41E-0476) Cook A (OS51B-2045) Cook B (H14E-01 PP51E-01) Cook E (H33A-1510) Cook H M (ED21A-0757 ED21A-0758) Cook J (ED12A-04 ED13A-0923) Cook L M (H23J-1712 PA31E-04) Cook M J (T31C-2906) Cook S (OS23B-2033) Cook S (IN21B-1731) Cooley J (C53A-0703) Cooley S (C42A-01) Coons R (A11E-0062) Cooper G F (V33B-3128) Cooper H (B13E-0675) Cooper J F (SH52A-03) Cooper M (A31E-0082 C41E-0720) Cooper R F (MR32A-07) Cooper S D (B51F-0468) Cooper S (C31A-0731) Cooperdock E H (V13D-2881) Cooperdock S (B13D-0643) Cooperman A D (H34F-04) Corbett J (A53I-03) Corbett L B (C53C-0739) Corbi F (T13A-2673) Corcoran M C (PP31D-2310) Cordero E (ED33D-0913) Cordero Tercero M (P33E-07) Cordier C (DI13B-08) Cordier P (MR12A-07 MR51A-2676) Corley L M (P53A-2164) Corman J R (H33J-1704) Cormier M (PP24B-02) Cormier M (T42D-04) Cormier V F (S34A-01) Cornelius S (T41C-2939 T41C-2940) Cornet J (V33B-3122) Cornillon P C (IN23B-1767 OS43A-2006) Cornwell G (A54C-07) Corona R (H33R-08) Corr C (A51G-0147) Correira J (SA12A-07) Corrigan A (H43G-1531) Corsetti F A (B24B-06) Cortes A (GC43B-1165) Cort s G (C23B-0740) Cort s-Arroyo O J (GP51B-1385) Cortez D (EP23A-0955) Corwin D L (NS24A-01) Cosans C (EP43C-0988) Cosca M A (V11C-2811) Cosgrove B (H42B-05) Cosgrove R B (GP31C-1330) Cosh M H (EP43E-03) Cosoli S (OS11C-01) Coss S P (H21F-1474) Cossel K (A21G-0168) Cossuth J (A52E-06) Costa A (H23B-1542) Costa D (H13D-1393) Costa E (SA13A-2113) Costa M H (GC13D-1218) Costa Rodriguez F (V23B-2977) Costanza J K (GC11D-1177) Costello E (P53A-2173) Coster A J (SA23C-05) Costigan K H (H23I-1696) C tchico M A (V11C-2788) Cotrufo M (B22B-06) Cottaar S (DI52A-01) Cotterill C (C53C-0751) Cotton F (S21E-07) Cotton J M (GC13I-06) Cotton W R (A33K-01) Cottrell E (T14C-08) Cottrell R D (DI13A-2344) Couchman M J (GP51B-1378) Coughlin J p (ED11B-0898) Couhert A (G52A-04) Coulibaly A (A23E-0265) Coulthard B L (B33F-0686) Couperthwaite F (V53B-3084) Courrier H (SH31B-2576) Courtney A R (PA31D-2223) Courville S W (P21A-2073) Courville Z (C31A-0738) Cousens B (V11C-2797) Coustenis A (P33F-04) Covalt M (H51C-1493) Covington M D (EP33D-1026) Cowan T (A11T-02) Coward E (B41D-0457) Cowdery E (B12C-02) Cowen E (EP53F-1046) Cowgill E (T51A-2883) Cowley K (H43D-1456) Cowton L R (H31D-1412) Cox A D (B51K-07) Cox C J (C31A-0730 GC23A-1225) Cox D A (A44C-04) Cox D T (NH52A-05) Cox E L (PA33B-2241) Cozzani G (SM21A-2411) Crabtree C E (SM34B-03) Cracraft J (B33G-0694) Craddock R A (P23E-05) Craig M (B41E-0475) Craig T J (T13A-2689) Cramer E S (AE33B-0440) Cramer W D (SM51B-2480) Crameri F (DI13B-05) Crampton R S (A21G-0150) Cramwinckel M (PP41F-05) Crane S O (P53C-2226) Crary F J (SM43D-07) Craven J A (GP51A-1374) Craven J (GP51A-1365) Cravens T (P12A-07 SA24A-01) Crawford A D (A53B-0275) Crawford O (G51B-1105) Creager K C (S42A-08) Creamean J (A11J-0140) Creamer C (B41F-0514) Creasey R (A43I-0376) Creasy N (DI41C-2642) Creed I F (H31K-01 H43I-1578) Creighton A (NS21A-1884) Crempien J G (S33G-02) Creon L (V31A-3058) Crepps G (PA51C-07) Cresswell D (T41E-3001) Cresswell J N (PP51B-2301) Cretaux J (H21L-02) Creveling J R (PP44A-02) Crews J B (H23F-1645) Creyts T T (C33A-0768) Crill P M (C21C-0698) Crimmins A R (U21A-02) Crimmins T M (B43B-0597) Crippen R E (IN43B-1692) Crismani M M (P13D-03) Crisp D (A31N-02) Cristaudo D (OS23B-2046) Crites S (P51D-07) Crivelli P (C23B-0749) Crockett J (H14B-07) Croes B E (A54G-05 GC24C-01) Croissant T (EP32C-07) Crompton H (ED51F-0830) Crone T J (OS41C-1970) Cronin M F (OS51A-2017) Cronin T M (PP11E-05) Cronin T (A51Q-04) Cronin V S (PA12B-02) Cronkite-Ratcliff C (EP41C-0924) Crooks S (GC43A-1142) Crosbie E (A43B-0209) Crosbie K (V33E-3169) Crosby B T (EP21D-0914) Crosby C J (EP24C-01 IN53C-1904) Crosby C M (ED31B-0867) Crosby S C (OS22A-01) Cross A J (T14B-02) Cross J N (OS31A-1996) Cross M (B31E-0512) Crossley D J (G33B-1097) Crossley R (V31B-3099) Croteau M J (G13A-1088) Croteau P (A11Q-08) Crow M C (IN23B-1776) Crow S E (B41D-0461) Crowe R (PP11B-2005) Crowe Curran J (EP52B-06) Crowell B (S32A-03) Crowell S (A32D-07) Crowley G (SA41C-03) Crowley M (SH11C-2235) Crown D A (P13B-1934) Cruden A R (T43F-04) Crump S E (PP42B-01) Crusius J (A24B-04) Crutchfield J (GC53A-1260) Cruz M F (V33A-3117) Cruz-Uribe A M (V51B-06) Cruze R W (V53D-3159) Csank A Z (GC13E-1233) Csatho B M (C14A-01) Csavina J L (B13E-0669) Cucchi K (H53G-1789) Cucurull L (G43C-02) Cueto-Felgueroso L (H44C-04) Cuff K (ED51C-0814) Cugerone K (H23F-1599) Cui G (H21C-1410) Cui H (DI13A-2357) Cui H (DI51A-2652) Cui J J (B31G-0543) CUI W (H11B-1297) Cui X (B22A-08) Cui X (H31C-1367) Cui Y (GC21H-1187) Cui Y (PP43C-2337) Cui Y (A42D-02) Cui Z (T11B-2625) Cuilin P (H41B-1290) Culha C (V33E-3164) Cullather R I (C41E-0713) Cullen H M (ED31C-04) Cullen N J (C41C-0679) Cullen R (C14A-06) Cullens C Y (SA21A-2356) Culling D P (GC23D-1276) Cullis P (A11M-0185) Cully C M (SM33D-08) Cummings A C (SH31D-05) Cummings M L (V11C-2815) Cummins K L (AE23A-0413) Cummins P R (NH14A-07 NS41A-1902) Cunningham D (T11A-2583) Cunningham E (S32C-03) Cunningham G (SM44C-06) Cunningham K J (H13I-1515) Cunningham M (EP53C-0970) Cuo L (GC13J-04) Cuozzo N (V51A-3046) Curasi S R (GC43B-1162) Curchitser E N (A22C-03 OS13E-07 OS51A-2023) Cureton G P (IN33B-1810) Curio J (A23J-0364) Curran M (PP41C-2257) Curran M L (EP21D-0909) Curry C (GC13E-1244) Curry S (P11D-03) Curtis G P (H33A-1511) Curtis Z K (H31C-1393) Cusack D F (B41F-0504) Cushley A C (SA41A-2356) Cushman K (B53I-0630) Cutler B B (P31A-2079) Cutter P G (GC23G-1308) Cutting H (ED31D-07 NH32A-07 PA54A-07) Cutts J (V13D-2890) Cuzzone J K (PP12C-08) Cyrus J (C53B-0718) Czajkowski K P (ED43B-0869) Czapla-Myers J (B31B-0461) Czarnecki S (ED31B-0880) Czuba J A (EP54B-01 H42G-05) D D R V (H43E-1498) D Acunha B (B11C-0467) D Adderio L P (H23F-1636) D Addezio G (ED51C-0803) D Agostino R (A53F-0373 NH31A-1889) D Alessandro J (A42F-04) D Alpaos A (EP22A-05 EP23C-05) D Ambro E (A31L-03) D Amicis R (SH42A-02) D Amico S (S33B-2829 S33B-2834) D Amore D V (H41B-1312) D Andrilli J (EP22B-05) D Angelo G (P21A-2070) D angelo G (SA23B-2402) D Arcy M K (EP53C-0971) D Odorico P (H42H-01 U13A-03) D Sa E J (B13A-0551 OS43B-2043) Da Ronco P (C33B-0788) da Silva C L (SM31A-2469) Daanen R P (NS21A-1886) Dabolt T O (IN22A-04) Dach R (G41A-0996) Dadashazar H (A43B-0212) Dado J (A13F-0351) Daeron M (V43B-3152 V43B-3161) Dafflon B (NS23B-08) Dafov L N (EP13A-1022) Dahal N R (S13A-2539) Daher H (IN11B-1629 PP33C-01) Dahl E (P33C-2174) Dahlburg R B (SH42A-06) Dahlgren R P (NH11B-1726) Dahlin J (SH51G-03) Dahlin K (B32C-05 B51I-02) Dahlke H E (H14D-05 H52C-06) Dahlquist G R (B21E-0469) Dahlquist M P (T31A-2889) Dahlqvist P (NS41B-1903) Dahm H H (T11D-2647) Dai A (A13A-0208) Dai E (NH13B-07) Dai H (C43A-0732) Dai H (H11A-1281) Dai J (V33C-3134) Dai L (SM23B-2489 SM33B-2508) Dai M (OS54B-01) Dai Y (GC21H-1207) Daiku K (S33A-2806) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 243 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Dairaku K (A51I-0203) Dal Lago A (SH11C-2279 SM31A-2438 SM31A-2444 SM43B-2503) Dal Zilio L (DI31B-2637 T11G-06 T22B-02) Dalbe M (H44A-04) Daldorff L (SH51B-2590) Dale V H (H13B-1349) Dales P (S13B-2566) Dalguer L A (S21B-2729) Dalin C (GC41G-06) Dallas V (NG11A-07) DAlpoim Guedes J A (GC13J-01) Dalton C A (S21C-04) Dalton M (PA11E-07) Daly C (B11J-02) Daly E (H33G-1623) Daly J (GC21D-1124) Daly K (V31A-3077) Dalyander S (OS22A-02) Dalziel I W (T33E-08) Damas M (ED23A-0801) Damby D E (PA21B-2208) Dam L (SA51B-2426) Damiani D (S44A-01) Damiani T (G34B-04) Damiano P A (SM31A-2445) Damiao L G (S33A-2824) Damiens F (A23B-0209) Daminelli R (S33D-2864) Dammann D (C42B-03) Damoah R (GC41B-1085) Damsgaard A (C21D-05) Damtew G (H51F-1559) Dan Y (NH41B-1798) Danapour M (H43K-1628) Danch J M (ED21E-08) Dandapat S (G24A-07 OS31A-1981) Dandouras I S (SM13C-01) Danesh Yazdi M (B32A-04) Dang C (C13B-0815) Dang T (SA13A-2108 SA53A-2436) Daniel A (PA21B-2201) Daniel I (B33I-02) Daniels B (H11G-07) Daniels C (S53A-2800) Daniels M D (IN33B-1812) Daniels W (GC21D-1125) Danielson L R (MR13A-2397) Daniller-Varghese M S (EP53A-0920) Dann J (P13A-1888) Dannberg J (DI51C-04) Dannemann F K (S11C-2475) Dannenberg M P (GC13E-1237) Dannowski A (B21G-0503 T33A-2995 T51A-2889) Danobeitia J (IN31D-1776) Daout S (G22A-03) Dapelo D (H51L-02) Dapremont A (P21C-2120) Daradich A (PP33C-07) Darbeheshti N (G11C-07) Darby S E (H43B-1420) Darbyshire F A (T21F-06) Darch P T (IN42A-05 IN43D-02) Darema F (IN23D-1794) Darin M H (T53B-02) Darling R G (PA33C-2246) Darmanto N S (B41H-07) Darnell K (OS54A-05) Darner R (H12E-01) Darrach M (V34A-08) Darrow M M (GC31H-1198) Dartevelle S (NG41A-1715) Darvill C (PP11E-07) Daryanto S (ED23C-0830 GC53E-1351 H13A-1317) Das B K (OS31A-1982) Das D (A53E-0345) Das I (C41E-0722) Das K (IN11B-1621) Das L (A51I-0189) Das R (T11B-2605) Das S (A51N-04) Das S K (H14F-03) Dasgupta B (NH13A-1755) Dasgupta B (SH21D-2559) Daskalakis E (A51F-0133) Daskalakis N (A23K-0382) Dass P (B51E-0460 PA13C-1988) Datta A (S22A-01) Datta S (B11A-0426) Daughton W S (SM14B-03) Dauhut T (A53A-0262) Dauphin S M (S31A-2700) Dausse A (H53G-1783) Daut G (PP41D-05) Davaille A (P41B-2074) Dave P (A31C-0051) Dave R (T13C-2725) Davenport K K (T53D-04) Davey A R (SH34A-04) David B J (U33A-02) David C H (H21F-1477) David G C (EP51B-0902) David M (SM43A-2475) David N (A14E-09) David O (H41B-1327) David S R (EP53A-0923) Davids J C (H21E-1450) Davidsen J (NG21A-1812 S52B-07) Davidson E A (B13I-08) Davidson M A (PA43B-2186) Davidson S J (GC42A-02) Davies A G (P51B-2142) Davies D (C53C-0733) Davies D (IN32A-01) Davies E (MR11A-2376) Davies J E (IN33B-1808) Davies J (V21A-05) Davies L J (B23C-0598) Davies S J (MR51C-2728) Davies S M (PP11D-01 V11A-2754) Davies-Barnard T (PP52B-08) Davila G (H13F-1436) Davini P (A33I-0373 A52D-06) Davis A B (A23D-0257) Davis C V (C31B-0747) Davis C A (A54F-06) Davis E V (SA33A-2420) Davis E (IN23A-1759) Davis J L (OS31B-2007) Davis J R (T21D-2873 T33E-03) Davis K J (B11J-07 B31I-04 B33C-0613) Davis K F (GC42B-05) Davis M B (ED51A-0780) Davis P M (T31D-2938) Davis R (IN13A-1647) Davis S M (NG41B-1730) Davis S M (EP23A-0939) Davis S J (GC22A-04) Davis T A (H31A-1340) Davis T W (B54D-06) Davison J H (H52B-02) Davitt A W (H51H-1578) Davy R G (T41E-3002) Davydenko S (AE13A-0406) Dawkins E C (SA51A-2411) Dawson C (H44E-07) Dawson E (A53G-03) Dawson K (B22D-07) Dawson K W (A51J-0205) Dawson N (C23B-0747) Day B H (ED23E-05 P52B-03 P53C-2234) Day E A (DI43A-2654 ED13A-0922) Day M D (EP21A-0855) Day S M (S23B-2776) Dayalu A (A13B-0266) Dayeh M A (SH31A-2537 SM44A-01) De B (A53B-0278) De S K (H43J-1615) De Angelis S (V41C-02 V43A-3130) De Azevedo S C (A31I-0163 C11C-0779 GC51E-1220) De Beurs K (GC33A-1213) De Boer B (PP33A-2349) De Boer G (A53I-01 NH13B-03) De Bruin T (IN41A-1655) De Cesare C (IN21C-1750) De Chalendar J (H51O-04) De Gelder G (T51A-2894) De Graaf I (GC43C-1188 H51I-1647) De Graaf M (A33L-05 A33L-07) De Graaff M (B33E-0660) De Groot-Hedlin C D (S11C-2470) De Haan D O (A33H-0335) De Kleer K (P21E-04 P54A-04) De la Beaujardiere J (IN13E-03) De la Camara A (A23I-0348) De La Fuente J A (H43G-1540) De la Pe a S (C41E-0727) De La Torre Juarez M (GC41A-1071) De Laat J (A42B-04) De Michelis P (SM23A-2470) De Montserrat Navarro A (DI52A-02 T33E-07) De Moor M J (V33C-3142) De Nardin C M (SH21F-05) De Nolfo G A (SH51E-2616) De Oliveira D Y (H52A-08) De Oliveira G (GC51E-1249) De Oliveira Bomfim B (B53M-08) De Pascale G P (T41B-2911) De Pascuale S (SM44C-04) De Pater I (P31D-08) De Plaen R S (NH53B-1995) De Pontieu B (SH42B-07) De Ridder S (S43A-2813) De Rooij R (H12A-05) De Rosny J (S33C-2843) De S S S (A43E-0285) De Sales F (A23G-0304) De Silva S (DI43A-2659) De Soria-Santacruz Pich M (SM51E-2525) De Stercke S (H43B-1424) De Vleeschouwer D (PP43A-2306) De Vos A (IN51B-1846) De Vries S (EP14A-05) De Wet G (PP41C-2261) De Yoreo J J (B21C-0451) De Zeeuw D (IN31C-1774) Deal E (EP32A-07) Deamer D (P32A-02) Dean C (GP51C-1406) Deane J (H53F-1766) Deanes L N (A51D-0100) DeAngelis A M (GC11B-1148) DeAngelo B J (GC34D-02) Deans J R (OS23F-03) Debaere P (H52G-08) Debbabi Y (H51B-1471) DeBeer C M (GC41H-03) Debret M (H21H-07) Debreu L (A34A-07) Deca J (P43A-2098 SM41D-2460) DeCarlo K F (H13K-1573) DeCarlo P F (C11D-08) DeCarlo T M (PP41C-2255) DeCesare M (PP11E-03) DeCicco J M (GC21J-02) Decina S (GC13B-1201) DeCiucies S (B41D-0465) Decker M R (A33D-0258) Decker R B (SH41C-2549) Declet-Barreto J (B41H-04 PA23B-2226) DeCola P (A54G-08) Deconto R M (C33D-06) DeCorte I A (GC11D-1180) Dedoussi I C (A21C-0068) Dee S (PP23E-02 PP52A-06) Deeb E J (C33B-0771) Deems J S (C44A-04) Deen M M (S43A-2794) Deeter M N (A31I-0176) DeFelice C (DI11A-2334) Defer E (AE21A-05 AE23A-0404) Deflorio M J (A43O-03) DeForest C E (SH44A-05 SH53A-05) DeGraffenried R (V31A-3081) DeGrandpre K (T11D-2650 V53C-3104) DeGroff F A (GC31F-1157) DeGroot R M (ED11D-0914) Dehant V M (G41B-1025) DeHart J (A43I-0371) Dehecq A (C11E-07) Dehn J (IN51B-1831) Dehouck E (P23A-2149 P23B-2171) Deich N (GC21J-08) Deighan J (P13D-01) Deines A M (H44B-02) Deines J (H54D-08) Deinhart A L (H21B-1400) DeJarnett B B (U52A-06) Dekkers M J (GP43D-08) Del Gaudio S (S31C-2772) Del Genio A D (GC12B-05) Del Giudice D (H34E-02) Del Negro C (V12A-08) Del R o I A (EP11B-1011) Del Rio Amador L (NG31A-1831) Del Vecchio J (EP33B-0983) dela Torre D (GC51B-1145) Delamere P A (SM44B-04) DeLand M T (A13D-0301) Delaney C (H53I-07) DeLaughter J E (T43B-3032) Delbridge B G (G21C-03) Delchini S (V23D-3008) Delcourt D (SM43A-2470) Delcroix T C (OS52B-03) Deleflie F (G11B-1074) Delene D J (A52C-03) Delgado F (V52A-03) Delgado Arias S (PA33B-2237) Delgoshaie A (H34D-08) Delisser T A (NS31A-1932) DellaGiustina D N (NH12A-01) Dellinger M (B21K-06 V13B-2844) Dellong D (T54A-01) Delman A S (OS13E-04) DeLong K L (PP23D-03) DeLong S (NH52B-04 T33D-03) DeLonge M S (GC13D-1223) Delorey A A (T52C-05) Delorit J D (H53A-1667) Delorme B (EP43E-07) DeLorme D (GC23F-1298) Delory E (OS31A-1993) Delph J R (V44A-06) DeLuca E (SM51A-2457) DeLuca N M (PP31D-2334) DeLucia M S (EP11B-0999) Delva P (G53A-03) Demajistre R (SH31A-2542) Demangeat E (H23C-1554) Demaria E M (GC11B-1135 GC44A-06) Demir I (H21E-1447 IN13B-1665 IN13C-1672) Demirci E (OS23A-2015) Demirdjian L (H23F-1639) Demirel M C (H33H-1664) Demirel S (NS33B-1964) Demirtas I (H43G-1552) Demissie H K (GC23F-1291) Demissie Y K (H23J-1713) DeMott C A (A24E-05 OS13E-03) DeMott P J (A13M-01 NG33B-1868) Dempewolf J (GC53A-1270) Dempsey D E (H13G-1493 S23D-04) Demurtas M (S21B-2705 T21D-2840) Den Hartog S A (T12B-04) Denevi B W (P53A-2165) Deng F (V51C-04) Deng H (NH41A-1740) Deng H (EP43B-0953 H11E-07) Deng H (OS31D-2072) Deng J (DI41C-2641 MR13A-2413) Deng J (B53C-0544) Deng J (A33F-0315) Deng P (OS51C-2084) Deng W (H53D-1732) Deng W (NS22A-06) Deng Y (MR11B-05) Deng Y (T12A-04) Deng Y (PA41A-2133 SA42A-02) Deng Z (P51A-2120) Deng Z (H43I-1591) Dengel S (B41B-0423) Denig W F (PA41A-2132) Denis E H (PP52B-06) Denli H H (PA33A-2229) Denn F M (A31F-0107 A31F-0108) Denning S (B52B-01 GC23K-15) Dennis L (GC21A-1055) Dennison A (NS31A-1931) Dennison P E (GC52A-05) Denolle M (S21E-04) Denton K M (GP43A-1231) Denton M (SM11B-2150) Denton R E (SM21A-2435) Dentz M (H34D-05) Deo R K (GC43A-1140) Derakhti M (OS23B-2020) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 244 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Derin Y (H14C-04) Dering G (T43F-06 V53B-3090) Desai M I (SH22A-03 SH54A-01) Desai S (G21A-0975) DeSanto J B (T31D-2935) Deschamps A (A41F-0103) DeShon H R (S43C-2878) Deshotel M (ED52A-01) Deshpande N (EP53C-0981) Desiage P (PP51B-2300) Deslover D H (A13D-0289) Desouza-Machado S G (A11P-01 A21A-0006) Desrochers S J (A43E-0280) Desservettaz M (A31I-0177) DeStefano A (SH31A-2532) Dethloff K (A52A-01) Detrick R S (U32A-03) Dettinger M D (GC11E-01) Dettmer J (S11A-2430) Detweiler L G (SA21A-2359) Detwiler R L (H44A-01) Detzer J (A33G-0319) Deuss A F (DI43A-2652) Devadiga S (A13D-0303) Devaraju A (IN21D-04 PA51B-2264) Devaraju N (GC21B-1078) Devarakonda R (IN23B-1771) Deventer M J (A43A-0174) Devey C W (OS41C-1983) DeVincentis A (GC11C-1157) Devine S (GC13E-1235) Devitt D A (GC13E-1236) DeVore E K (ED43B-0855) DeVries B (H44D-06) deVries E (EP33C-1004) DeVries P (EP31B-0944) Devries S L (H23C-1565) DeVries T J (OS42A-04) Dewers T A (MR51C-2736) Dewes C (H21D-1425) Dewey M C (PP31A-2256) Dewey R K (C21A-0661) Dewey R M (SM41C-2450) DeWolf S (G33A-1085) Dey S (T24A-06) Dey S (S43B-2858) Dey S (OS13A-1787) Dezfuli A K (H23F-1634) Dhadly M S (SA53A-2443) Dhakal A S (H41A-1282) Dhara C (A11I-0121) Dhingra D (P32A-05) Dhungel R (H11B-1308) Dhungel S (A53E-0357) Dhungel S (H51H-1586) Di D (GC21H-1200) Di L (NH53A-1983) Di Baldassarre G (H53K-07) Di Bella A (C13E-06) Di Federico V (H41E-1368) Di Fiori R V (T51D-2970) Di Luccio F (T51A-2893) Di Matteo S (SA43A-2380 SH21E-2582) Di Nezio P N (A34E-01) Di Toro G (S21B-2704 S32B-01) Di Vittorio A V (GC24B-04) Di Vittorio C (H43O-04) Dialesandro J (A23F-0285) Diallo I (H13P-06) Diallo M D (A12E-04 A43A-0185) Dialynas K (SM51F-2559) Dialynas Y G (H51N-08 H53E-1751) Diamantopoulos E (H32A-03) Diamond C W (B33A-0585) Diamond J (H41G-05) Diamond M R (MR11A-2372) Diamond M S (A41D-0070) Diao M (A42F-07) Dias N A (T41E-3008) Diaz A J (GC13C-1211) Diaz Castillo S M (SH31B-2586) Diaz-Pines E (B11H-05) Dibble M (H31E-1424) DiBiase R (EP21D-0908 EP41F-01) DiBraccio G A (P13A-1883) DiCaprio L (T11B-2618) Dick G (G43C-04) Dick H J (OS23F-02) Dickerson R R (A13J-01 A31E-0086) Dickey J O (G13B-1095) Dickinson A (OS43A-2009) Dickinson J (H31C-1373) Dickinson M B (B21M-06) Dickinson T (U21A-01) Dickson M E (EP22A-07) Didkovsky L V (SH13A-2284) Diedesch T (T11E-05) Dieppois B (H33C-1546 H33C-1551) Dierauer J R (H43E-1494) Diercks A R (OS13B-1825) Dierssen H M (GC51H-01) Dietrich J T (EP24C-04) Dietrich S (H23B-1543 PP54A-04) Dietrich W E (U53A-01) Dietterich H R (V53C-3132) Dietz M (EP33A-0973) Dietze M (B12C-01 B24A-03) Diez A (C33A-0755) Diffenbaugh N S (GC34C-01 H14E-05) DiFrancesco N (P23A-2152) DiGregorio A (A32D-08) Dikedi P N (EP21C-0899) Dileonardo C (ED51C-0806) Dillman A M (MR41A-2676) Dillon T D (GC51A-1129) DiMaggio D (GC21A-1044) DiMaggio E (T51C-2919) Dimanov A (T13E-06) Dimant Y S (P31B-2094) Dimech J (DI34A-06) Dimitrakoudis S (GP31C-1331) Dimitrov D D (B11E-0507) Diner D J (A32A-03 A44A-05) Ding B (GC21H-1194) Ding D (H44C-07) Ding F (A13D-0296 P53B-2208) Ding J (A33F-0303) Ding J (A24A-05) Ding J (MR41C-2708) Ding J (H53E-1753) Ding M (H44A-08) Ding Q (C31D-04) Ding S (V31C-3108) Ding T (A13E-0320) Ding W (OS51C-2077) Ding X (EP13B-1028) Ding Y (OS43A-2024) Ding Y (S11A-2433) Ding Y (NS22A-03) Dingle E (EP34A-08) Dinh H T (T23B-2922) Diniakos R S (T31C-2911) Dinku T (H12D-01) Dippold M A (B23H-02) Director H (C21A-0656) Dirkson A (C53B-0707) Dirmeyer P (NG13A-1692) Ditri A L (GC51D-1199) Dittrich T M (MR51D-05) Divett T (GP31C-1312 GP31C-1313) Dixit N (GC41C-1105) Dixit Y (PP51D-2334) Dixon M J (IN23A-1761) Djimadoumngar K (GC41B-1098) Dlugokencky E J (B21L-02) Do C (NH11B-1730) Do K (OS23A-2007) Doan M (MR41B-2705) Doane T (EP32C-02) Doblas-Reyes F J (A33J-0416) Dobler J T (A51K-0242) Dobre M (H33L-03) Dobson B (H53A-1654) Dobson K J (V43G-04) Dobynde M I (SA41B-2376) Dodd J P (PP14B-08) Dodds W K (B32A-02) Dodson J B (A23F-0287) Dody A (H33J-1686) Doel R (OS12A-03) Doelling D R (GC34B-04) Doelp M (OS23A-1994) Doerr S (B23D-0614) Doetterl S (B22B-08) Dogan M (H31D-1416) Dogan M S (H53A-1659) Doherty O M (A51C-0035) Doherty S J (C12A-08) Dohm J m (P53D-08) Dohmen R (MR51A-2682) Doiron N (V31A-3090) Doke R (T23A-2878) Dokgo K (SH51B-2585) Dokht R (DI31A-2606) Dolan A M (PP31C-2301) Dolan B (H13R-08) Dolan F (H31A-1335) Dolan K A (GC21C-1113) Dole R M (A41L-03) Dolman A J (B51E-0450) Domack E W (C33D-07) Domagal-Goldman S D (P13C-02) Domagalski J L (H31B-1352) Dombeck J P (SM51C-2495) Domenzain D (NG33A-1844) Domingo J T (PA44A-03) Domingos R (MR31A-2669) Dominguez F (A21M-01 H33K-1730) Dominguez L A (S44B-02) Domino J (DI23B-2608) Domke G M (GC23K-07) Dommain R (PP24A-06) Dommenget D (A52D-07) Donald H (PP43C-2347) Donaldson C (V52A-05) Donaldson D (C11D-02) Donaldson Hanna K L (P23A-2158) Donato T F (A41E-0089) Donchyts G (IN51B-1856) Done J (NH21B-04 PA32A-03) Donelick R A (H41F-1387) Donets V (A13B-0260) Dong C (A11L-0166) Dong C (SM51E-2558) Dong G (V23B-2983) Dong H (GP34A-02) Dong J (T43C-3057) Dong J (H31D-1418) Dong J (GC53A-1278) Dong J (IN31A-1744) Dong L (PP23B-2329) Dong L (H41C-1350) Dong L (A21D-0081) Dong L (OS12A-06) DONG N (GC24B-02) Dong T Y (EP53C-0982) Dong X (EP33C-1007) Dong Y (MR51C-2716) Dong Y (P11D-07) Dong Y (ED31B-0873) Dong Y (B11F-0522) Dong Y (B33H-0715) Dong Y (GC13I-05) DONG Y (C11A-0745) Dong Z (B41C-0440) Dong Z (C13B-0822) Dongnan L (GC33C-1260) Donne S E (S43A-2814) Donnellan A (G32A-07) Donnelly M A (GC13B-1196) Donner R V (NH21B-08) Donner S D (GC51G-07) Donovan E (SM41E-04 SM43A-2489 SM52A-01) Donovan J (V24C-04) Donovan M (EP51A-0889) Donze F V (DI23A-2593) Dooley J (ED41B-07) Dorado Li n I (B51J-07) Dorband J E (IN11D-1642) Dordevic M (IN51B-1834) Dorelli J (SM21A-2417) Doressoundiram A (P43B-2105) Dorfman S E (SM13A-2188) Dorfman S (MR21B-2647) Dorheim K (B33E-0662) Dorman C E (A23E-0270) Dorman L M (NS31A-1928) Dorn K M (S53A-2809) D rnbrack A (SA33A-2416) Dorostkar O (S33C-2851) Doroszkiewicz J M (H41B-1291) Dorrell R M (EP53E-1037) Dorsey R J (T21B-2815) dos Santos F C (A33A-0203) dos Santos M (B51C-0413) Doshida S (NH43C-1877) Doss-Gollin J (A33J-0396) Dotson J (NH12A-07) Dou B (B31B-0475 B43A-0561) Dou P (H41C-1346) Dou S (NS21A-1890) Dougherty L (SM51E-2529) Dougherty S L (S53E-03) Doughty A M (PP14A-02) Doughty C (B51L-02) Doughty D (A13H-0392) Douglas K M (P31C-2111) Douglas M (EP51A-0863) Douglas P M (B23H-05) Douglas T A (NS23B-06) Douilly R (S43B-2825) Doummar J (H12A-07) Dovciak M (GC31C-1131) Dove A (ED22A-02 P53C-2237) Dove P M (B21C-0453) Dow C F (C31C-07) Dow S (EP31B-0940) Dowd E (V11A-2759) Dowdell T M (A31C-0046) Dowdeswell J A (C51F-01) Dowdy K L (B13B-0574) Downing-Kunz M (EP21B-0884) Downs C M (GP51A-1373 H13K-1571) Downs C (SH12B-05) Downs R R (IN43B-1698 IN53D-01 PA13C-1986) Dowsett H J (PP33A-2341) Doyle J D (SA31C-07) Dozier R (H33A-1529) Draganov D (S12B-06 S41A-2760 S51B-2771) Dragovic B (V13D-2893) Drake J F (SH31A-2536) Drake J E (B53F-0566) Drake M K (C31B-0751) Draper C (V23B-2985) Drapkin J K (PA31E-02 PA43A-2170) Dreiling J (S41A-2758) Drenkard E (OS21B-1962) Drewniak B (GC51A-1126) Drewry D (B53J-06) Drews C (SH21B-2521) Drexler J Z (B23C-0590) Dreyer B M (OS44B-06) Driesner T (H13O-01) Drignon M J (V31D-03) Driscoll J M (H21E-1461) Driscoll P E (DI11B-06) Driver E M (H24A-02) Driver K P (MR11A-2368 MR11A-2369) Dror I (B51A-0377) Drozdov A (SM33D-05) Drucker R (OS43B-2032) Drueke S (A31M-11) Druel A (C22B-06) Druett M K (SH31B-2563) Druhan J L (H51N-01) Druken K A (IN23A-1760 IN43D-07 IN51D-03) Drummond J D (H33F-1593) Drummond V A (ED31B-0887) Druschel G (B21E-0475) Drushka K (H21F-1472 OS53A-2109) Du E (NH54A-05) Du H (A23C-0228 A52D-08) Du H (A53E-0355) Du J (PP13C-07) Du J (B52C-05) Du M (A23H-0318) Du W (MR23A-2659) Du Z (DI42A-02) du Feu R J (GC54B-02) Duan A (A13K-06) Duan J (EP51A-0888) Duan K (H33G-1630) Duan Q (GC31F-1175 H43C-1436 H43C-1440) Duan S (SM51G-04) Duan S (A31M-06) Duan Y (GC21H-1204) Duan Y (C43D-02) Duane G S (NG33A-1863) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 245 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Duarte J (EP33B-0990) Dubayah R (B34A-03) Dubbert M (H31K-05) Dubey M (A33E-0282 B33C-0623) Dubinya N V (T43E-3087) Dubovik O (A13H-0385 A51B-0032) Ducher M (V51A-3023) Ducklow H W (OS41D-08) Duda D P (A23D-0261) Dud k J (SH21D-2555) Dudley M E (T31A-2876) Duerr R (IN11B-1625 IN41D-03 PA43A-2185) Duetsch M (PP23E-08) Dufek J (V52A-02) Duffy D (IN11E-04) Duffy P (GC21C-1112) Dugan H (ED52A-08) Dugdale S (H32E-08) Duggan-Haas D (ED41C-07) Dugger A L (H23H-1687) Dukes D (EP21A-0851) Dukes J S (GC31G-1186) Dukhovskoy D S (A53B-0280 GC23H-07) Duller R A (EP13B-1040) Dullo T T (H31B-1351 H53H-1807) Duman T (A12C-08) Dumitru T A (T53D-07 V23A-2956) Dumont M (C12A-04 C43C-07) Dunbar N W (V11A-2756) Dunbar P K (NH43B-1843) Duncan D (A21A-0020) Duncan D K (ED42A-04) Duncan J M (H33J-1701) Duncan K (C43B-0752) Duncan M S (MR33B-2687) Duncan R A (V23C-2998) Duncanson L (B44C-06) Dundas C M (P23B-2168) Dungan J L (B31B-0466) Dunham A (GC23D-1260) Dunlea A G (PP11A-1993) Dunn P (SA41B-2377) Dunn R A (T32A-08) Dunn-Sigouin E (A32F-02) Dunnavan E L (A33I-0376) Dunne J P (OS43B-2029) Dunne K B (EP51A-0874) Dunne T (H53F-1760) Duplessis P (A23E-0269) Dura T (NH51D-01) Dur n E (MR51B-2707) Dur n R (EP23A-0943) Duran Vinent O (EP23C-04) Durand M T (C51C-0669 H21F-1487) Durand V (S43A-2818) Durante D (P31C-2107) Durden D (B41B-0403) Duren R M (A54G-06) Durgonics T (SA43C-2399) Durham R (T31F-2990) Durkin P (EP51A-0875) Durkin W J (C33B-0801 T51C-2932) Dusanter S (A33H-0360 A41I-07) Dusenbery P (ED42A-06) Dutheil C (A51I-0188 OS43B-2044) Dutrow B L (V33A-3114) Dutta D (GC52A-03) Dutta G (H44E-08) Dutta R (MR21B-2633) Dutta R (GC22C-02) Dutta S (EP53F-1042) Dutton A (PP51B-2309) Duval B (B51D-0446) DuVal C (PA23A-2217) Duvall A R (EP44A-01 EP54A-01) Duverger C (S44B-05) Dvorak K (T41D-2970) Dwelle M (H34E-04) Dwivedi D (H52D-04) Dwivedi R (H21B-1398) Dwomoh F K (GC51E-1210) Dwyer J R (AE33A-0435) Dyckman C (H32C-03) Dye A (B21B-0442) Dyer B (PP51B-2310) Dyez K A (PP43C-2346) Dygert N J (DI11A-2343 V41A-3115) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Dykema J A (A11I-0127) Dyment J (GP31D-03) Dymond K (SA13A-2114) Dymond S (H43G-1525) Dyonisius M (PP21A-2261) Dzaugis M E (P21C-2136) Dziak R P (OS41A-1941) Dzifcakova E (SH13D-03) Dzombak R (PP33B-2374) E Eagon A J (DI11A-2322) Eakin A (MR44A-04) Eakin C M (S41A-2746) Earl K S (A33G-0326) Earle P S (S53A-2821) Early A B (IN41A-1654) Eason D E (T33A-3005) East A E (EP51A-0852) East J A (IN51A-1824) Eastes R (SA11A-02 SM53C-01) Eastham S D (GC31I-10) Eastman R M (A43B-0216) Easton Z M (H14F-07) Eatmon A (T51C-2939) Eaton B C (EP51A-0858) Eaves S (PP14A-01) Ebata K (H41A-1281) Ebben C J (A42A-07) Ebbing J (C33C-0835 GP33A-01 T43B3045) Ebel B A (H13E-1419 H41G-01) Ebel J (T51G-3009) Eberhart-Phillips D M (T42C-01) Ebert R W (P33C-2158) Ebert U (AE31A-04) Eberwein J R (B12B-04) Ebihara Y (SM14A-01) Ebinger C J (T21F-01 T44C-01) Eble M C (OS41B-1960) Ebtehaj A (H23F-1608) Ebuna D R (H13I-1517) Eccles J V (SA21B-2364) Echer M P (P23C-2182 SA51B-2423) Echreshzadeh M (ED22A-04) Echterling N (SM31A-2467) Eck T F (A53C-0300) Eckberg J (SH31B-2551) Eckermann S D (SA31C-04) Eckhardt B A (H43E-1490) Eckley C (B31J-05) Eddebbar Y (OS51A-2018) Eddy C L (S43B-2831) Eddy J (EP31B-0947) Eddy M P (V41E-01) Eden V (B21F-0483) Edens H E (AE23A-0400) Edgar L A (P21D-02) Edgett K S (P11B-1859) Edgington A (MR23B-07) Edgington S G (P33B-2133) Edman J P (A33K-06) Edmonds D A (EP51A-0871) Edmonds M (V13B-2851 V43G-02 V53B-3083) Edwards C S (P24A-08) Edwards E (H13M-1606) Edwards M (PA23A-2212 PA23A-2215) Edwards R (H31A-1344) Edwards S (NS33B-1962) Edwards S (C41C-0689) Edwards T (SM51C-2492) Effenberger F (SH51E-2634) Egan H L (P13A-1898) Egbert G D (GP24E-02) Egerton-Warburton L M (B13D-0620) Eggenhuisen J T (EP41E-06) Eggers G L (P11B-1854) Egido A (G21A-0984) Eguchi N (A13G-0373) Ehlers T A (EP43C-0963 T31A-2887) Ehlmann B L (P21C-2119) Ehresmann B (SA41B-2375) Ehret G (A23N-05) Ehrhold A (EP11A-0974) Ehsan Z (SH21D-2558) Ehsani N (GC43C-1172) Eibl E P (NH44A-06) Eichelberger J C (V51C-03) Eichelmann E (H33G-1633) Eichhubl P (MR43A-01) Eicken H (C31B-0740) Eickmeyer D (B41C-0428) Eidam E (EP21E-02) Eide C H (EP41E-02) Eigenbrode J L (P21D-08) Eiler J M (V33G-06) Eilon Z (DI11A-2324) Eimer M O (DI23B-2606) Einsle J F (MR13A-2379) Eiriksson D (H33E-1588) Eisenrich R (GC23D-1262) Eisenstein W (H13M-1603) Eiserloh A J (A11M-0180) Eissenstat D M (B34B-05) Eitzel Solera M (GC31A-1113 PA41D-03) Ek M B (H13P-07) Ekhtari N (S53B-2856) Ekstrom J (H54F-03) El Alem A (B51B-0405) El Hussain I W (NH43B-1862) El Masri B (GC21G-1163) El-Alaoui M (SM51B-2483) El-Askary H M (GC51C-1173) El-Mezayen M M (H21E-1462) Elag M (H41B-1317) Eldam R (EP43C-0978) Elder C M (P24A-04 P51D-08) Eldering A (A31N-05) Eldred C (A31A-0006) Eley Y (PP33B-2359) Elger K (IN21C-1743 IN41D-04) Elias E (H13J-1534 PA43B-2209) Elias S (PA43A-2167) Elison Timm O (PP54A-02) Elkadiri R (H51K-01) Elkina D (GP31A-1292) Elkins J W (A43A-0172) Elkins-Tanton L T (P42A-05 V41D-04) Ellenburg W L (GC21B-1065) Ellenson A N (OS23A-1986) Elliott A J (NH52B-03 T22A-03) Elliott C M (EP51B-0908) Elliott H A (SH21B-2531) Elliott J (SA21B-2373) Elliott J W (GC51G-01) Elliott T (V22A-01) Ellis B R (H21J-06) Ellis J (H43D-1457) Ellis S M (T51B-2903) Ellis T (EP13B-1037) Ellis T D (A51A-0009) Ellison L (GC41B-1092) Ellmer M (G11C-02 G13A-1082) Ellsworth W L (MR33C-02) Elmer N J (H51H-1618) Elmore A J (B41I-03) Elmore K L (IN21A-1716) Elosegui P (G41B-1016) Elrod M K (P13A-1914) ElSaadani M (H23F-1602) Elshall A S (H41B-1303) Elshamy M (C23A-0723) Elshorbagy A A (H21A-1365) Eltahir E A (GC42B-03) Emanuel R E (H51M-07 PA43A-2180) Embley R W (OS41A-1939) Emelko M (B23A-0566) Emerich Souza P (EP13C-1048) Emerson E W (A21C-0049) Emerson J B (B13J-06) Emerton R (H21A-1368) Emery B M (OS13B-1823) Emery C M (H21F-1479) Emil M K (PP33B-2375) Emili E (A42D-05) Emishaw L M (T51C-2922) Emmart C (ED23E-07) Emmenegger T W (A43I-0372) Emry E (T51C-2943) Endalamaw A M (GC43E-1208) Enderlin E M (C12B-03) Endo H (A23J-0372) Endreny T A (H51A-1424) Engdahl E R (S41A-2721) Engdahl N B (H51D-1509) Engebretson M J (SM13C-06) Engel M (SM41A-2418) Engel R (GC51E-1233) Engels M (B43A-0581) England M (C11B-0766) England M H (C32B-01) England S (SA13A-2099) Englander J G (H33I-1669 H33N-04) Engle J A (AE13A-0413) Engler H P (PP31B-2269) Englert A (H53A-1672) Englert C R (SA13A-2107) Englert R G (EP13A-1017) Engstrom J (H33C-1555) Enkelmann E (T44B-05) Enloe Y (IN22A-03) Enquist B J (B52D-06) Enright A M (NS24A-05) Entekhabi D (H24C-08 H31G-1479 U12A-03) Entwistle N S (EP53D-1015) Enzminger T (G33B-1100) Eoghan D (MR51C-2730) Eom J (C13C-0843) Eparvier F G (P12A-03) Epin M (T41E-2994) Eppes M C (EP34A-01 EP43C-0967) Epstein G S (T31E-2957) Erard S (IN31B-1758) Erb M P (PP53D-04) Erbello A (T43G-06) Ercan A (GC13C-1209) Erdenebat E (GC23A-1228) Erdman A (AE23B-0422) Erdogan S T (B33H-0721) Erfanian A (A51I-0194 A54D-04) Ergun R (SM13D-04) Erhardt A M (PP11B-2023) Erickson P J (SA31B-2398 SA43A-2386) Erickson T (IN51B-1855) Eriksen C C (OS23E-08) Eriksson S (SH51F-2641) Eriksson S C (PA51A-2254) Erkyihun S T (H41I-04) Erler A R (A53J-03) Ermakov A (P43C-2126) Ermakov V (P21B-2081) Ermert L A (S53C-01) Ernst C M (DI41A-2623) Ernst E J (B53G-0585) Errickson F C (GC31B-1126) Ervens B (A44D-04) Erwin E G (H23I-1695) Erwin S O (EP51B-0915) Escarzaga S M (IN53C-1899) Escobar V M (GC21C-1114 H23N-08 PA11D-09) Escobar Correa R (H53N-01) Escoubet C (SM44A-03) Escribano R M (P41A-2058) Escriva-Bou A (H44F-04) Espindola J (V33B-3120) Espinosa N J (B13D-0633) Espinoza M E (T51D-2975) Espinoza V (A51E-0116) Espinoza Morriberon D (OS51A-2027) Espley J R (P13A-1884) Esposito A (T51A-2892) Esposito C R (EP12A-02) Esposito L W (P31B-2095) Essaid H (H31H-04) Essery R (C22B-05) Estay N P (NH11A-1716) Estep J D (T13B-2704) Esterhazy S (S31A-2720) Estes L D (IN54A-07) Estes M G (ED43B-0861) Estop Aragones C (B43C-0612) Estrada M (ED31D-05) Etemad K (IN53B-1885) Ettinger A (B11D-0499) Ettinger N P (PP51D-2332) Eubanks E (ED21E-07) Euen G (DI23A-2588) Euler G G (S51A-2749) Eum H (GC13F-1253) Euskirchen E S (B54F-04) 246 2016 AGU FALL MEETING F Faak K (V13F-01) Fabbri B E (A31F-0109) Fabbro G (V31A-3089) Fabien-Ouellet G (S51B-2775) Faccenna C (DI43B-02) Fadel I (T51H-06) Faden J (IN31B-1765) Fadugba O I (T51G-3011) Fagan M E (B53J-08) Faganeli J (EP23B-0969) Fagereng A (T21C-2831) Fagherazzi S (EP21E-01 H53J-01) Fagundes P R (SA31A-2382) Fahad M (MR13A-2377) Fahey R T (B53J-07) Fahnestock E (ED41A-0825) Fahnestock M A (C11E-08) Faillettaz J (NG21A-1809) Fairall C W (A43C-0223) Fairbanks D (B13D-0640) Fair n A G (P21C-2110 P21C-2111 P21C-2115) Fairfax E J (H53E-1747) Fairley J P (V43A-3140) Fajber R A (A11E-0059) Fakhraei H (B31F-0531 B31F-0534) Falco N (IN14A-04) Falder M (T33A-3000) Faleiros F M (V33D-3154) Falkowski M J (B31E-0522) Fall A (T21D-2864) Fallah Hassanabadi B (PP31C-2302) Fallatah O (H43K-1642) Faloona I C (A11M-0192) Falqu s A (OS23A-2008) F lth B (S21B-2733) Fan J (A42F-05) Fan M (T42B-03) Fan M (H53D-1739) Fan M (NG31A-1840) Fan S (P53B-2200) Fan T (A31G-0117) Fan W (S12A-01) Fan X (H43J-1613) Fan X (A31F-0103) Fan Y (AE13A-0401) Fan Y (GC33D-1268 U53A-04) Fan Z (S52B-01) Fang B (H51H-1598) Fang H (B31B-0463) Fang J (T13C-2721) Fang K (H33H-1645) Fang L (S32C-06) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 247 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Evan A T (A21E-0120 A41N-06) Evangelia B (T51B-2906) Evans B J (IN22A-05 IN33A-1804) Evans C M (H23D-1571) Evans E L (G51A-1080) Evans G N (OS41C-1981) Evans K J (A34A-04 PA43B-2187) Evans K D (IN23C-1787) Evans M E (P21C-2145) Evans N (V23A-2967) Evans O (H51C-1487) Evans R L (S44C-03 T42D-07) Evans R (P23A-2154) Evans S G (H52B-05) Evans S M (A14C-04) Evans T P (GC52C-01 OS14A-05) Evans-Wilent J (PA43B-2203) Evanzia D A (T43E-3100) Evdokimova N (P33D-2182) Evenson G R (H43A-1403) Evenson P A (SH41D-04) Everard K (A23B-0204) Evers L G (S52A-07) Eversole K (NG23B-05) Evonosky W R (P11A-1842) Ewald F (A31G-0131) Ewers B E (H21D-1440) Ewing S A (B43G-05) Exner W (SM53B-03) Eyles C (ED11F-05) Eyre T (NS43A-1920) Ezzedine S M (NH13A-1760) Fang M (DI41A-2598) Fang N Z (H41L-06) Fang S (A43D-0255) Fang S (GP51A-1356) Fang T (SA52A-07) Fang W (B33C-0618) Fang W (A53E-0337) Fang X (P13A-1890) Fang X (T31A-2877) Fang Y (H54A-01) Fang Z (H43K-1633) Farahat A (A51J-0216) Faramarzi M (H11C-08) Faraola S (H21E-1453) Farin M (EP21C-0890) Farley S S (IN11E-02) Farmer E C (PP44B-02) Farmer J R (PP31B-2279) Farmer S (ED41A-0802) Farmer W H (H23H-1681) Farnan J (H23D-1581) Farner M (V11B-2781) Farnham D J (NH53E-08 PA13B-1979) Farnsworth A (PP43C-2338) Farquhar J (V21B-02) Farquharson L M (GC33G-06) Farr T G (H42D-05) Farrah S (A41E-0083) Farrant D N (ED31B-0879) Farrar J (OS13A-1789) Farrara J D (OS13B-1820) Farrell A K (V33E-3165) Farrell B (NG24A-08) Farrell J (T33C-3053) Farrell J (S53C-04 V43G-01) Farrell S L (C33E-07) Farrell W M (SH51C-2603) Farrugia C J (SM32B-06) Farrugia D (S43E-03) Faruolo M (V43A-3133) Faruqi I H (NS22A-05) Fasano C G (AE32A-06) Fashchevskaia T B (H23A-1530) Fasoli B (A51K-0246) Fasona M (H13C-1386) Fast J D (A42C-01) Fasullo J (GC34B-02) Fatemi F R (ED13A-0926) Fatemi S (P53C-2243) Fathel S L (EP23D-01) Fathi S (A31I-0166) Fathy K (H51H-1610) Fatland R (IN21B-1732) Fattahi H (G43A-1041) Fat yanov O V (MR11A-2371) Faugere Y (G21A-0978) Faul U (MR51A-2679) Faulk S (P33F-07) Faulkner D (MR33C-05 S34B-08) Fauria K E (V14A-01) Favaro E A (EP21A-0852) Favero M (H33A-1508) Favors J (PA43A-2184) Fay E L (H33P-02) Fay P A (B32B-02) Faybishenko B (B13E-0668) Fayne J (H44D-05) Fayon A K (T53D-06) Fayon L (S14C-05) Feagin R A (GC21C-1109) Feakins S J (B23F-01) Fear R C (SM44A-09) Fearn S S (GP31A-1281) Fearnside P M (H23G-1671) Featherstone N A (GP12A-10) Feddema J J (B41H-06) Fedorov A V (A34E-07 GC21I-04 OS12A-05) Fedotova A (T13B-2701) Fedrizzi M (SA43C-2410) Fedyukin I (GP31B-1306) Fee D (S11C-2458) Feehan S (EP23A-0935) Feely R A (OS43C-02) Feenstra B J (A14E-07) Fehrenbacher J S (PP31C-2297) Fei H (MR14A-02 MR42A-01) Feigin A M (A43D-0257) Feinberg J M (GP31A-1288) Feineman M D (ED51B-0794) Feingold G (A44E-02 A51O-01) Feist B E (GC51C-1180) Feist S (EP53C-0994) Fejer B G (SA11A-03) Feldl N (A51Q-03) Feldman D (A11I-0129) Feldman J R (GC21B-1063) Feldman J (H51B-1454) Felfelani F (H51P-05) Felgate S L (B11G-07) Felikson D (C32A-08) Felis T (PP43D-02 PP53D-06) Fellows A (B23D-0620) Fellows J D (PA41D-04) Feltham D L (C21C-0699 C41D-0694 C43B-0741) Felton A J (GC53B-1279) Feltz M (GC51D-1195) Feng A (NH31A-1872) Feng C (H43J-1592) Feng H (NH21A-1833) Feng J (SH11C-2270) Feng J (A51E-0118) Feng J (A53F-0359) Feng L (SH13C-2318 SH32A-04) Feng L (GP43A-1211 S41A-2729 S51A2762) Feng L (A51F-0120) Feng M (G51B-1099) Feng R (PP33A-2344) Feng S (B33C-0615) Feng S (NH33A-1917) Feng T (A11L-0170) Feng W (SA51A-2402) Feng X (B31G-0556) Feng X (MR13A-2383) Feng X (PP43B-2333) Feng X (B11B-0439) Feng Y (A31C-0060) Feng Y (GC21B-1072) Fennel K (GC23K-14 OS42A-01) Fennell J (SM41B-2434) Fenty I G (C51A-0647) Fer I (B12C-06) Ferdousi B (SM52A-06) Ferdowsi B (EP23D-05) Feret J (B53I-0620) Ferguson C R (H41B-1331) Ferguson D (SM23C-05) Ferguson D B (PA32A-05) Ferguson I M (PA43B-2199) Ferguson J B (EP11A-0965) Ferguson J O (A34A-06) Ferguson J E (ED51C-0808) Fernandes A M (EP13B-1039) Fernandes P A (SM13C-03) Fernandes R M (G51A-1084) Fernandez A (PP11B-2019) Fernandez D (A23E-0280) Fernandez J (H43K-1637) Fernandez J (B21F-0479) Fern ndez N (B52A-05) Fernandez N M (V54A-02) Fernandez R (H41I-08) Fernandez Bou A (H31E-1444) Fern ndez-Barbero A (EP23B-0970) Fern ndez-Blanco D (T51A-2885) Fernandez-Gomez I (SA31A-2376) Fernando D N (H23L-06) Ferracci V (A41I-04) Ferraccioli F (C33C-0834 T11B-2620) Ferradas C (SM13C-04) Ferrand T P (S33C-2855 S41B-2775) Ferrandiz J M (G41B-1028) Ferrando I (G31B-1057) Ferrando S (V24B-03) Ferrant S (B33C-0626) Ferrara T (H33I-1670) Ferrare R A (A24D-06) Ferrari J A (H13I-1525) Ferraro R (IN11A-1612) Ferraz A (B54B-07) Ferrazzini V (V53A-3064) Ferreira A M (DI22A-04) Ferreira L G (GC13D-1216) Ferreira R C (H51H-1614) Ferreira da Silva R (IN21C-1748) Ferrer-Boix C (EP51A-0883) Ferrett S (A42E-04) Ferrier K (EP41F-08) Ferrini V (IN31D-1778 IN31D-1779 IN33C-02 OS43D-08) Ferriss E (MR42A-04) Ferro-Famil L (GC41D-1118) Ferster B S (OS53A-2100) Fessler J (IN52A-02) Fetzer E J (A43J-04) Feucht D W (GP43A-1235) Fewell N P (P13B-1936) Feyerabend M (SM41D-2468) Fiandaca G (H31D-1414) Fibiger D L (B13F-0683) Fichtner A (NS31B-05 S31D-01) Fichtner C (V33C-3140) Fick A (T41C-2943) Ficken C D (GC53D-1330) Ficklin D L (GC14B-08) Fidler M K (V53D-3161) Fiechter J (OS43C-06) Fiedler B (S31B-2745) Fiedler J W (ED21E-04 OS23A-1979) Fiege A (V34C-06) Field C B (GC21J-01) Field E H (S23E-01) Field J (GC23B-1239) Field J D (V23D-3020) Field P (V51A-3043) Field R D (A43J-07) Fielding E J (G22A-08 S44C-02 T21B-2809) Fields A L (GC13F-1256) Fienen M N (H23K-01) Fierce L (A44E-08) Figura C (NG41B-1735) Fike D A (PP14B-01) Fildier B (A11T-07) Filgueira R (IN31C-1769) Filioglou M (A11G-0093) Filippelli G M (B53K-02 PA44B-06) Fillingim M O (SM53C-07) Fils D (IN53C-1898) Filwett R J (SH41D-06) Finch M (T21D-2872) Fine I (NH41A-1771) Fineman D (V31B-3094) Finkelstein D B (PP31D-2336) Finkelstein G J (MR21B-2650) Finkenbiner C E (H51H-1587) Finlay C C (DI43A-2664 DI43A-2666) Finlayson V (DI52A-05) Finlayson-Pitts B J (A13J-04) Finley T (B41G-0534 ED24A-06) Finn C (NS21C-08) Finn J (EP53F-1055) Finn S C (SA13A-2115) Finnegan D C (C41C-0687) Finsterle W (SH31B-2557) Finzi A (B33K-06) Fiorella R (H31E-1446) Fischer A M (ED51J-02) Fischer D (H13A-1329) Fischer E M (GC13H-03 GC31F-1167) Fischer K M (S24A-01) Fischer M (A23B-0196) Fischer R A (P51A-2122) Fischerkeller C (A11J-0142) Fishbein E (A21A-0007) Fisher A C (EP53C-0976) Fisher A W (OS31E-04) Fisher A T (H44F-02) Fisher B (EP41F-05) Fisher B L (V32A-07) Fisher B (A41F-0117) Fisher C R (OS34A-03) Fisher C M (V21A-04) Fisher C K (H21L-08) Fisher D J (SA53A-2439) Fisher E A (P51D-04) Fisher G H (SH31B-2579) Fisher J (C23B-0742) Fisher J B (B32C-01) Fisher M A (P21C-2134) Fisher R R (SH41B-2536) Fisher W I (IN21B-1730) Fisseha G A (A11M-0188) Fitch E P (V14A-03) Fitzgerald R M (A51D-0076) Fitzpatrick N (C53D-0759) Fivian M D (SH42B-08) Flach M (GC51G-04) Fladeland M M (T43F-01) Flament N E (DI41B-2631 DI43B-06) Flament P J (OS11C-06 OS13B-1824) Flamig Z (H42B-09 IN24A-02) Flamme H E (GC53C-1300) Flanagan L B (B41B-0418) Flanagan S (B33F-0688) Flandes A (P31B-2097) Flannery A L (B21F-0489) Flannigan M (GC44B-05) Flasar F (P31D-07) Flatau M K (OS21B-1972) Flechsig C (V11C-2798) Fleck D (A31I-0156) Fleishman G D (SH21D-2557) Fleming E L (A43A-0176) Fleming L E (IN53C-1910) Flemings P B (T52C-07) Flesch L M (T41F-07) Fletcher A (SH21E-2567) Fletcher J M (NH52B-05) Fletcher L (SH13D-02 SH31B-2564) Fletcher S (H34E-05) Fletcher S J (NG33A-1850) Fletcher T (PP53C-2390) Flint K (H43G-1545) Flint Q A (SM23A-2478) Flipo N (H52B-03) Flocks J G (EP21E-06) Floerchinger C R (A22F-08) Florentine C E (C12B-08) Flores A N (ED32A-08 H51P-07) Flores C I (H53C-1719) Flores K (S53A-2803) Flores M (V23D-3004) Flores P (EP23A-0944) Flores R M (B33H-0709) Flores Hots V E (EP53C-0996 NH41A-1750) Flores-Lopez F (H43B-1423) Flores-vidal X (OS11C-08) Florez M A (S41B-2787) Florinski V A (SH41C-2550) Flower V J (A53C-0303) Floyd J S (ED43C-0880) Floyd J G (B21E-0464) Flury J (G43B-1060) Flynn A M (H23F-1640) Flynn C M (A33A-0196 A51D-0075) Flynn T M (B11F-0528) Foerste C (G41B-1021) Foerster M (SA42A-08 SM51D-2521) Foerster V E (PP23A-2311) Fogel M L (V33G-02) Fogg G E (H24E-05) Fogle A L (P13A-1897) Foglia L (H51A-1433) Foglini F (IN31C-1771) Fogwill C J (C34B-08) Fois L (H51H-1607) Fojtik A C (B41G-0531) Fojtikova L (S53A-2790) Fok C C (B13A-0562) Fok M H (SM14A-04) Foley A (A51I-0181) Foley B J (PP22B-02) Foley N (C43D-05) Folkins I A (A43B-0218) Folkner W M (G51C-05 U22A-08) Follette-Cook M B (A51D-0091) Folmer M J (IN31A-1740) Folsom M (GP43A-1234) Fomin I (DI41B-2626) Fondriest M (T43D-3073) Font Y (T51E-2977) Fontaine F R (S43A-2793 V53A-3066) Fontes C (B31G-0544) Fontes S L (GP51A-1359) Forbes B C (GC33A-1214) Forbes E S (B13B-0575) Forbes J M (SA21C-02) Forbrich I (B11C-0478) Ford B (PA44B-07) Ford H L (PP31B-2280 T43B-3051) Ford J (OS11A-1771) Ford P E (SH31B-2590) Ford S R (S31A-2708) Ford T (A43O-06) Foreman T (PA31B-2202) Fores B (H31D-1408) Foreshee B C (EP11B-0996) Forestieri S (PP41A-2231) Forman B A (H33H-1642) Fornash K (T31E-2966) Forni L (ED42B-02) Forootan E (G12A-02) Foroutan M (EP41B-0906) Forrester H (H43J-1598) Forrester M (H41G-06) Forrister H (A31C-0050) Forsberg B (H23G-1674) Forsberg C F (C53C-0756) Forsberg R (C13C-0847 C41E-0721 C52A-01) Forster R R (C41E-0715) Forsyth C (SM54A-03) Forsyth D W (DI11A-2327) Forsythe N D (A11N-0204) Forsythe V V (SM23A-2462) Forte A M (EP11B-1012 EP32A-03) Fortems-Cheiney A (A23P-01) Fortier D (GC31H-1194) Fortier R (NS23B-02) Fortin M (V31A-3075) Fortin V (H42B-04) Fortin W (OS51B-2057) Fortney N W (B11F-0518) Fortunato C S (OS44B-04) Fossa M (H41I-06) Foster A (B53A-0522) Foster A L (PA44A-06) Foster A (NH43B-1841) Foster A E (S14C-06) Foster B (H52G-02) Foster D J (S13C-02) Foster I S (B21E-0465) Foster J H (G21C-06) Foster J C (SM21B-04) Foster L (H51E-1528) Foster-Martinez M R (EP53D-1007) Fotis A T (B51I-08) Foucher M S (GP14C-04) Foufoula-Georgiou E (GC33E-01) Foug re C R (A31I-0170) Foulger G R (S21D-01) Fournier A (GP23B-1333 NS31B-03) Fournier N (V52A-01) Fournier S (OS52B-07) Fowell S J (ED23D-0841) Fowler C M (SA53A-2438) Fowler H J (H42E-01) Fowler K (A53D-0330) Fowler K (H51F-1557) Fowler M D (H54D-07) Fox A M (B12C-05) Fox J L (P12A-08) Fox K R (A43I-0380) Fox N J (SH53A-01) Fox P A (IN41D-08 IN43C-1701) Fox V K (P23B-2174) Fox W (SH21A-2518 SM21A-2443) Fox-Kemper B (A13L-05) Foxall W (S44A-05) Fraass A J (PP31C-2292) Fraeman A (P23B-2173) Fraile-Nuez E (V43A-3135) Fraisse C (GC53B-1282) Frame M T (IN24A-03 IN51D-04) Franc J (H41F-1380) Franca M J (EP53F-1040) Francalanci S (EP52B-05) France J A (SA53C-06) France-Lanord C (T24A-07 T31A-2885) Franci L (SH12A-07) Francis G L (A13D-0294) Francis J A (A52A-03 NH32A-01) Francis M R (ED43B-0867) Francis N (ED41A-0811) Francke G (C53B-0712 C53B-0714) Franco E (SA21A-2347) Franco G (GC31G-1185) Franco-Diaz E (SA43B-2397) Francom D (GC31F-1162) Frank D C (B24A-05) Frank D P (OS23B-2040) Frank J M (C14C-04) Frank K L (B11F-0531 ED33G-01) Frank W (S42A-03) Frankenberg C (A22G-01 B53L-07) Franklin J E (A51K-0244) Franks P (PP41F-01) Frantz C M (C21C-0720) Franz T E (EP43E-01 H51H-1588 NS24A-07) Frassetto A (S23C-2783) Frasson R (H21F-1485) Frauenfeld O W (GC31H-1204) Fraund M W (A43E-0290) Frazer M E (A11F-0075) Frazier A G (H21G-1504) Frazier J (PA54A-01) Frederick J M (EP13C-1043) Fredericks J (IN43D-04) Frederikse T (OS31B-2009) Fredrick K C (H41C-1355) Fredriksen H (NG41A-1710) Freed R (ED24B-04) Freeman N M (OS41D-06) Freeman P T (A13I-0393) Frei R (PP13D-05) Freidel R H (SM11B-2154) Freismuth T M (OS23B-2019) Fremier A K (H23G-1663) French H K (H53G-1786) French J (EP21B-0876) French M E (MR32A-02) French N H (B21M-03) Freudiger D (C13F-04) Frey H M (V53D-3157) Frey S D (B33K-01) Frey W (A41K-03) Freymueller J T (G44A-01 S41C-01) Frezzotti M (V23E-04) Friberg P A (S43C-2888 S51E-3176) Fricker H (C52B-07) Fried M (C51A-0651) Friedel M J (IN11B-1619) Friedl L (PA13A-1966 PA33B-2236 PA33C-2243) Friedl R (GC13F-1251) Friedman B (A33H-0356) Friedman J M (PP41C-2265) Friedman S A (GP43A-1223) Friedmann J (U51A-02) Friedrich H (EP53D-1002) Friedrich J (GC21E-1143) Frieling J (PP43C-2336) Fries A E (B33H-0725) Fries K J (H43H-1559) Fries S (IN13D-06) Friese A (B21E-0466) Frietsch M (S13A-2534 S13A-2537) Frisch P C (SH31A-2544) Frissell N A (ED21C-0787 SA33A-2435) Fritz B (SM51C-2509) Fritz H M (NH51D-07) Fritz M (B42D-05) Fritz-Endres T (PP51D-2355) Froburg E (ED51B-0797) Frolking S E (GC21B-1073) Frossard A A (A43B-0211) Frost D A (DI43A-2655) Frost G V (GC43B-1167) Frost G J (A21C-0038) Fruehauff D (SM51B-2477) Fruh-Green G (B33I-04 OS23F-04) Frumhoff P C (PA14A-08) Fry B (S53C-02) Fry C (NS31A-1942) Fryer P B (OS41B-1948) Fryirs K (EP51D-08) Fu A (A23G-0313) Fu D (A13D-0306) Fu H (SM51B-2473) Fu J X (A23O-05) Fu L (H21L-01) Fu P (C13A-0812) Fu Q (A22A-01) Fu R R (P54A-06) Fu R (H14B-02) Fu S (SM33C-2522) Fu S (MR23A-2663) Fu T (A23P-05) Fu W (OS51A-2019) Fu X (SM33D-03) Fu X (OS54A-01) Fu Y (A14B-05) Fu Y (G33B-1092) Fu Z (G31B-1066) Fuchs H (A33A-0187 A44D-01) Fuchs J (A33L-08) Fuchs M (B43C-0611) Fuchs Z (A23O-06) Fudge T J (C52A-05) Fuentes M (NH43A-1811) Fuenzalida Callejas M (NH23A-1852) Fuglestvedt J S (GC24D-05 U14A-02) Fuis G S (T21B-2806) Fuji N (T31D-2924) Fujie G (T22C-07) Fujii M (GP31D-02) Fujii R (SM54A-01) Fujii Y (P13C-10) Fujimoto A (B21G-0506) Fujimoto M (SH22A-06) Fujita S (V13A-2827) Fujita S (SM54A-06) Fujita Y (B53K-05) Fujiwara M (A53D-0314) Fujiwara T (GP43C-1254) Fuka D R (H33H-1663) Fukao Y (NH43B-1853) Fukazawa K (IN33A-1799) Fukuchi R (T21C-2820) Fukuda J (G42A-07) Fukuhara T (A41H-0151) Fukui S (NG41B-1738) Fukuoka H (OS41A-1944) Fukushima Y (NH53C-2006) Fukuyama E (S11E-04 S21B-2722) Fulgham S R (A33H-0362) Fulker D W (IN11E-08) Fullea J (T43B-3050) Fullekrug M (AE31A-06) Fuller C (B23C-0591) Fuller D O (B43A-0543) Fuller E (OS14A-02) Fuller-Rowell T J (PA13E-06 SA23C-02 SA33B-02) Fullhart A T (H43K-1629) Fulton J M (B51K-08) Fulton P M (T31G-03) Fung K (A11D-0046) Fung S F (PA53A-2273) Funk C C (GC43F-03) Funnell M (V13C-2868) Funsten H O (SH31A-2540) Fuoco M J (OS43A-2023) Fuqua H (P51B-2144) Furlong K P (T13D-02) Furtak-Cole E (EP53F-1044) Furuichi M (T23C-2945) Furukawa K (V53C-3091) Furuta E (H21E-1463) Furuya M (G43A-1044) Furuyama S (S43A-2810) Fuse K (S31B-2736) Fuselier S A (SM13D-06) Fuss C B (B13F-0708) Futakuchi Y (B23B-0578) Fyke J G (C31C-03) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX G G J B (AE23B-0423) Gaafar M (H13M-1600) Gaal R (MR31A-2670) GABA C O (GC41B-1088) Gabor R S (H11H-03) Gabriel A (S23B-2772) Gabriel C J (GC31I-05) Gabriel T S (P51A-2117) Gabrieli A (V11C-2806) Gabrielli C (H33J-1690) Gabrielse C (SM41B-2433) Gacal G B (A43B-0214 ED21A-0772) Gacesa M (P12A-05) 248 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Gader P (GC53C-1298) Gadian A (A11O-05) Gadol H J (B11F-0519) Gadsby M R (NH43A-1824) Gaebler P J (S31A-2714) Gaedeke A (GC43E-1205 GC43E-1207) Gaelzer R (SH21D-2561) Gaetani G A (V53B-3088) Gaeuman D (EP53E-1025) Gaglioti B (B42D-02) Gagne K (B43C-0614) Gaillard F (V24A-01 V34C-03) Gajardo D I (GC51C-1186) Galewsky J (A11N-0200) Galford G L (GC34D-07 GC53A-1271) Galindo L C (H11A-1286) Galindo-torres S (H51C-1484) Gall H D (T51A-2880 V53D-3148) Gallagher D L (SM33C-2521) Gallagher J H (IN23B-1769 IN24A-07 IN34A-04) Gallagher L (ED13A-0929) Gallagher S M (H43J-1596) Gallagher S J (PP41E-04) Gallaher D W (IN53D-08) Gallais F (T41E-2990 T41E-3007) Gallant A (H21G-1505) Gallant E (V53C-3115) Gallant M (SA13A-2121) Gallardo-Lacourt B (SA34A-06) Gallen S F (EP32A-04) Galli A (P42A-08 SH23A-06) Gallien T (NH31A-1905) Gallo A (B31L-05) Gallo E M (H33L-02) Galopeau P H (SM51E-2548) Galvez M D (H51I-1640) Galvez P (S13E-01) Galvin A B (SH31B-2591) Galy V (PP31F-07) Gamage McEvoy J (H43J-1597) Gamayunov K V (SH23A-03) Gamazo P A (H33P-06) Gambacorta A (IN33D-07) Gambhir T (ED31B-0859) Gamboa D (PA23C-2242) Gamelin B (A23I-0339) Gammon P R (V51A-3027) Gan B (A23H-0324) Gan F (NS23A-1901) Gan J (OS54B-02) Gan T Y (C33B-0784) Gandois L (B43C-0609) Ganesan G (H53B-1696) Ganeshan M (C41A-0650) Gangodagamage C (H31B-1359) Gangrade S (NH54A-08) Ganguli G (SM41A-2422) Ganguly S (IN14A-07) Gani N D (EP11B-1004) Gannon C (PA23B-2229) Gannon J L (GP31C-1322) Gannon J P (H53F-1764) Gans K D (H31A-1339) Gans P B (T11E-02) Ganse U (SM12A-06) Ganti V (EP12A-01) Ganushkina N Y (SM51B-2484) Ganzawa Y (T43D-3085) Gao B (T54B-08) Gao B (H13K-1572) Gao C (NS31B-02) Gao C Y (A33H-0339) Gao C (NG33A-1856) GAO G (OS23A-2010) Gao G (H33G-1635) Gao H (T51D-2957) Gao H (GC31B-1120) Gao J (GC13J-07) Gao J (OS51C-2082) Gao J (GC31H-1205) Gao K (S11A-2435) Gao L (V13C-2869) Gao L (GC42B-04) Gao M (H53C-1728) Gao M (A24A-08) Gao M (NH11B-1723) Gao P (P53B-2201) Gao R (A12E-01) Gao R (T33B-3026) Gao S (GC23F-1299) Gao S S (T51C-2936) Gao S (B13B-0570) Gao X (A13E-0315) Gao X (B41E-0492) Gao X (SM31A-2447) Gao X (SM31A-2476) Gao Y (DI31A-2602) Gao Y (A51I-0172 B21J-0549 GC21H-1203) Gao Y (A13K-07) Gao Y (EP41C-0927) Gao Y (PP42B-08) Gao Z (H21A-1361) Gao Z (A23B-0207) Gao Z (SM31A-2481) Garambois P (H21L-07) Garapati N (H13G-1482) Garapaty C (ED41A-0766) Garay M J (A41A-0027) Garayburu-Caruso V A (H13A-1336) Garayshin V (GC31H-1193) Garber J M (DI31B-2639 V51B-05) Garcia C N (PP53A-2374) Garcia E M (T13B-2714) Garcia M H (EP42A-04) Garcia M E (H44B-01 H44F-07) Garcia M O (V12A-03) Garcia R (A31E-0098) Garcia S (GC43D-1194) Garcia T (EP24B-06) Garcia W (ED31B-0884) Garcia Gallardo A (PP51D-2335) Garcia Urquia E L (NH31B-05) Garcia-Medina G (OS22A-08) Garc a-P rez T (S43E-06) Garcia-Prats A (H54F-05) Garcia-REYES A (GP43A-1229) Garcia-Reyes J L (S33A-2800) Garcia-Sage K (SM41B-2426) Gardiner L S (ED11B-0891) Gardner A S (C44B-02) Gardner D (A31A-0010) Gardner D A (A33E-0293) Gardner D (A41H-0156) Gardner J E (V14A-07) Gardner J M (C21E-07) Gardner L C (SA43C-2401) Gardner W P (H54E-01 T43A-3014) Gardonio B (S33A-2797) Gareev B I (PP51D-2345) Garfin G M (A13I-0397 PA34A-04) Garipov T T (MR44A-08) Garlick-Ott K (EP53C-0962) Garnaud C (C51B-0664) Garneau M (B21I-0533) Garnello A (B43C-0631) Garnett Marques Brum C (SA31A-2385) Garnier P (P13A-1917) Garofalo L (A41J-04) Garrard R M (H21C-1408) Garreaud R D (A13E-0330) Garren M (OS11A-1765) Garrett A (B51D-0440) Garrett H (PP51A-2278) Garrido A (V11B-2784) Garrison J L (A41H-0166 GC41A-1064) Garth T (T31E-2971) Gartman A (B51A-0382) Gartner J D (EP51B-0903) Garuma G F (B33H-0707) Garza Giron R (T14C-05) Garzione C N (PP41B-2244) Gasc J (MR41A-2671 MR41E-06 T12B-08) Gascoin S (C13F-01) Gasda P J (P21D-04) Gase A (V14A-08) Gasore J (B13B-0567) Gaspard J (B21D-0459) Gasparini B (GC31I-02) Gasparini N M (EP43A-0932) Gassmann M (OS11A-1769) Gassmoeller R (T22D-04) Gasso S (A51J-0218) Gasteiger J (A14C-01) Gaston C (A13M-05) Gatebe C K (A41A-0016) Gatel L (H41A-1269) Gatlin P N (H23F-1621) Gatti E (V43B-3155) Gaubert B (A31E-0083) Gaucher E (NS41A-1897) Gaudio S J (ED21A-0760) Gaunt H E (V14A-06) Gaur N (H41K-05) Gausa M A (H33K-1713) Gautam A K (H23F-1627) Gautam K (PA43A-2164) Gautam R (A42C-03) Gautier S (T43B-3053 T51C-2930) Gauvin St-Denis B (IN13D-03) Gavillot Y G (T11G-05) Gavrilenko M (V31A-3060) Gavrilov A (NG31A-1824) Gay P (PA52A-01) Gazel E (DI11A-2335) Gazi M Y (NH43C-1888) G zquez F (PP21C-2301 PP31D-2315) Ge C (A33E-0296 ED31B-0885) GE J (OS41B-1959) Ge M (G43C-03) Ge R (B53B-0534) Ge X (A51P-03) Gea-Izquierdo G (B24A-02) Gebhardt M (B13D-0630) Gebremichael E (G43A-1054) Gedalin M (SH21A-2498) Geddes G (SA21A-2354) Geddes J (A51D-0081) Gee J S (GP31D-01) Geernaert G L (H31J-01) Geersen J (T42C-07) Geffen S v (C31C-06) Gehring A U (GP22A-08) Gehrmann R A (GP42A-06) Geiger C A (MR42A-03) Geimer P R (S43A-2816) Geiss A (A13C-0271) Geiss C E (GP51C-1398) Geissman J W (GP31B-1298 GP51D-07 PA14A-04) Geist E L (T22D-06) Geistlinger H W (H13F-1462) Gelaro R (A22B-01) Gelb L (EP41D-01) Geldmacher J (T31F-2975) Gelfand I (B53M-07) Gelfenbaum G R (NH34A-04) Gelfond C E (B31J-08) Geli H M (H21D-1436 H54D-02) Gelinas L J (SA33A-2427) Gelinas Y (B13C-0603) Gellert R (P21D-05) Gellis B S (PA51A-2255) Gemery L (PP13A-2059) Genest M (H33I-1675) Genet H (GC31H-1206) Geng B (OS51C-2062) Geng J (G43C-07) Geng X (H23E-1588) Genova A (DI41A-2604) G nova P P (H53A-1660) Gentemann C L (OS43C-01) Gentle J N (IN13C-1674) Gentry D (A21L-05) Genzano N (NH51C-1978) Geogdzhayev I V (A23D-0250) Georgakakos A P (GC44A-05) George C (EP21B-0885) George C (A31L-01) George D L (NH43A-1822) George D A (EP14A-08) George J (H23B-1546) George M (A24A-04) Georgen J E (T13B-2707) Georgiou K (B22B-03) Gerard J M (P13A-1911) Gerber E P (A11U-01) Gerber F (GC43B-1154) Gerber J S (GC13D-1228) Gerenday S P (V33D-3147) Geressu R T (H52F-07) Gergel D R (C22B-03) Gergely M (A23A-0177) Gerhard J (H23M-07 H33A-1499) Gerhart-Barley L (B13F-0713) Gerken T (A12C-04) Gerlach R (H12C-06) Gerland S (C33B-0804 C33B-0805 C34A-08) Gerlein-Safdi C (B33F-0681) German C R (OS43D-04) Germanovich L N (S22B-04) Gero P (A51B-0029) Geronimo C (ED41A-0814) Gerrard A J (SM23A-2477) Gershman D J (P33C-2145 SM31C-02) Gershunov A (A51E-0114) Gerst K (PA52A-03) Gerten D (GC41G-02) Gertler C G (PP41C-2260) Gervais M (A51C-0065) Gerya T (T52B-01 T53C-05) Gesing S (U32A-06) Gesret A (S31B-2763 S43B-2828) Getzin B L (GP23C-1351) Gevaert A (H31I-06) Gevedon M L (V21A-06) Geyer K (B13D-0635) Geyer N M (B21B-0443) Geyman B (PP23B-2320) Gfatter C (EP53C-0999) Ghaffari H (S41B-2774) Ghahremaninezhadgharelar R (A23K-0394) Ghajarnia N (H13J-1549) Ghandehari M (EP43A-0948) Ghannam K (A11R-04) Gharari S (H53H-1813) Gharib A I (NH54A-03) Gharib Shirangi M (H24D-05) Ghasemian D (H43K-1644) Ghassemi E O (GP23C-1343) Ghazoui Z (T11G-04) Ghelichkhan S (DI41B-2627 T13C-2743) Ghent D (B33J-05 GC51D-1189 GC51D-1201) Ghent R R (P24A-03) Ghezzehei T A (B31L-04) Ghil M (A21B-0027) Ghimire S (S33D-2859) Ghiorso M S (V24C-01 V33H-04) Ghoddousi-Fard R (G43C-08) Gholamrezaie E (T41E-3010) Ghorbanidehno H (IN11C-1638 OS23A-2001) Ghosh A (S41C-02) Ghosh A (DI31A-2619) Ghosh B (A14A-08) Ghosh D B (MR31A-2661) Ghosh T (DI23B-2610) Ghosh T (GC23D-1261) Ghouse N (S51E-3175) Giacalone J (SH32A-05) Giachetti T (V43E-3194) Giagkiozis S (SH21A-2515) Giambelluca T W (B31G-0560) Giang A (A11L-0165) Giangrande S E (A11H-0112) Giannakis D (A33N-05) Giannetta M (B43D-04) Giannini A (GC14B-04) Gianotti D (H24C-03) Gibbs A (EP13C-1045) Gibbs M (PA24A-07 SH21F-02) Gibson C (B53G-0584) Gibson J C (OS12C-08) Gibson S E (SH11A-2220) Gica E (NH43A-1819) Giddens J (H31E-1442) Giebner T (P43C-2130) Gierzynski A (GC41C-1102) Giesbrecht I (B13C-0598) Giese J (T51C-2931) Giesige C (GC51E-1217) Giesy D (T31F-2981) Giglio D (A33D-0257) Giglio L (A32A-02 GC51E-1227) Giguere A (S21A-2689) Gil A (ED31B-0865) Gil Y (IN13C-1667 IN42A-02 IN43A-1679) Gilani H (B44C-08) Gilbert A (B23H-04 V33G-05) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 249 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Gilbert A J (V33B-3119) Gilbert J M (GC13E-1246) Gilbert L A (ED11F-03 ED34A-06) Gilchrist J J (S23E-04) Gilchrist M (PP21A-2270) Gilder S A (GP31C-1311) Giles B L (SM21A-2442) Giles S M (H33K-1719) Giletycz S J (T14A-05) Gilfoy F G (MR21A-2624) Gilio M (T51I-05) Giljum A T (A11M-0184) Gill A L (B44D-06) Gill D (S23C-2786) Gill E (PP43D-06) Gill J B (V11E-03) Gill K M (IN11A-1615) Gill T E (A41N-02) Gillespie J (H24E-06) Gillies R G (SM23A-2468) Gillis K M (PP23C-2339) Gillmann C (P44B-01 P53B-2188) Gillson D L (ED31B-0892) Gilman J (IN41C-1667) Gilson G (A11G-0090) Gimbert F (C21D-02 S53C-07) Ginn T R (H43N-08) Giometto M G (A21I-03) Giorgetti C (MR41A-2689) Giorgioni M (B13D-0608) Giorio C (A32C-03 A33E-0289 C13A-0810) Giraldo F (A34A-01) Girard G (V33E-3166) Girard J (MR23A-2669) Girard-Ardhuin F (C34A-04 C42B-07) Girazian Z (P13A-1926) Girguis P R (V34A-06) Giri C P (B53E-0559) Girod L (C44B-06) Girona T (V43A-3137) Girotto M (H33H-1644) Gisler A (H51H-1619) Gisler G R (NH13A-1761) Giudici D (GC53C-1296) Giuliani M (H44F-03) Giulicchi L (G21A-0980) Giunta T (V12B-06) Gjerloev J W (SA52A-01 SM54A-02) Gkioulidou M (SM14A-02 SM43C-07 SM43E-04) Glade R (EP32A-02) Gladstone R (U22A-01) Glas R L (NS43C-1937) Glasauer S (B13C-0596) Glaser S D (IN23D-1790 P51A-2115) Glaser S (G41B-1015) Glasgow M E (V33E-3172) Glasscoe M T (G51A-1086 PA32A-07) Glassley W E (V31B-3104) Glassmeier F (A11J-0147 AE21A-06) Glatzmaier G (P24B-08) Glaubius J (GC31A-1105) Glaubke R (PP21A-2271) Glauner C L (H53C-1718) Glaves H (IN23F-08 IN33C-07 IN44A-02) Glazner A F (V44A-07) Gleason C J (H21L-06) Gleckler P J (A13L-02) Gledhill T (GP31B-1300) Glein C R (P32A-03) Gleixner G (B23H-01) Glenn I B (A53A-0256) Glennie C L (NH41B-1776 T32B-04) Glennie E (A43D-0260) Glennon K (B13B-0572) Glesener G B (ED11D-0918) Glesener L (SH13A-2282) Glickson D (OS34A-01) Gloeckler G (SH21B-2522 SH41C-2551) Glose T J (H24A-07) Glotch T D (P53A-2170) Glover K C (PP51F-03) Glueder A (PP13A-2039) Gnanadesikan A (C21C-0712) Go S (A32A-06) Goad C (B11F-0520) Gob F (EP31B-0933) Gober P (H33Q-01 H34F-01) Gochis D J (H43H-1563) Gocke M I (B23I-08) Godad S P (PP21C-2298) Godbole N H (NG13A-1685) Goddard L M (U31A-06) Godeau N (PP11B-2016) Goderniaux P (H13I-1521) Godfrey K E (S41A-2750) Godinez H C (SA21A-2349 SM11C-2164) Godoladze T (S53A-2828) Godos Valencia D (SH31B-2597) Godsey S (H23I-1694) Goebel M (NS32A-02) Goebel T (H43J-1593) Goeckede M (B42D-08) Goehring N (B51D-0428) Goelzer H (C31C-05) Goes L M (A14F-02) Goes S D (DI23B-2617 DI31B-2635 DI41B-2637) Goetz S J (B34A-01 B52C-01) Goetz-Weiss L R (C21A-0667) Goff J R (NH41A-1772) Goff J (EP24B-01) Gogoladze Z (NH11A-1711) Gogus O (T51A-2887 T54A-08) Goharian E (H54B-07) Gokdemir C (H43D-1474) Gokturk H (GC23C-1250) Golbraikh E (OS23C-2067) Gold D (H41A-1275) Gold M (U31A-05) Gold P O (T33D-01) Gold R D (T32B-01) Goldberg D L (A21C-0046) Goldberg D (S23A-2765) Goldberg M (IN33D-01) Goldblatt C (PP31A-2255) Goldblatt R (IN51B-1853) Golden H E (H42G-01) Golden K M (C33E-03) Goldfinger C (T41B-2913) Goldhagen G (S53A-2836) Goldman A (H43D-1484) Goldman G T (PA12B-09 PA43B-2190) Goldman M (S53A-2820) Goldsby D L (MR34A-05) Goldsmith Y (A21N-02) Goldspiel J M (P21C-2114) Goldstein A H (A41M-01) Goldstein E B (EP11A-0959) Goldstein H L (A21E-0106) Goldstein S L (PP34B-05) Goliber S A (C13C-0856) Golkowski M (SM34B-01) Golla T (SH21A-2512) Golly A (EP54B-03) Golodoniuc P (IN43B-1696) Golos E M (S14A-03) Golovko L (NS24A-08) Golpayegani N (IN13A-1646) Goltz J D (NH21C-01) Golub L (SH31C-08) Gombert B (T13A-2671) Gomes M L (B21E-0467) Gomez C (DI51A-2658 H43Q-01) Gomez F A (GC11D-1178) Gomez F G (NH11B-1725) Gomez N A (C22C-05) Gomez S K (T31C-2913) Gomez Jacobo M L (GC11B-1130) Gomez Martin J (SA51A-2410) Gomez-Casanovas N (GC13D-1224) G mez-Romeu J (T21A-2798) Gomez-Velez J D (H51L-01) Goncharenko L P (SA21C-06 SA33A-2434 SA53B-2452) Goncharov A F (MR24A-06) Gong J (T31C-2905) Gong J (EP21A-0854) Gong P (B53E-0562) Gong P (A13B-0264) Gong W (A23K-0385) Gong Y (MR44A-06) Gong Z (DI13A-2348) Gongora J A (C23B-0744) Gonneea M E (B11G-04) Gonzales H B (H51G-1574) Gonzales K R (A51C-0059) Gonzales P (H51A-1409) Gonzalez A O (A33D-0240) Gonzalez C M (V33C-3139) Gonzalez J M (B21A-0431) Gonz lez J J (SH14B-07) Gonz lez L X (SH11C-2265) Gonzalez P (GC13I-08) Gonz lez R (SH13B-2293) Gonzalez T (GC51C-1174) Gonzalez Abad G (A41A-0014) Gonz lez Mart nez T M (H43J-1604) Gonzalez Rodriguez S M (EP21E-07) Gonzalez-Aleman J (A43H-0359 A51I-0184) Gonz lez-D vila M (OS43B-2033) Gonzalez-Esparza A (SH11C-2278) Gonz lez-Garc a D (MR51A-2688) Gonzalez-Nicolas A (H41B-1306) Good S P (H33E-1590) Goodale C L (B31F-0538) Goodall J L (H43P-04) Goode J R (EP34B-05) Goodkin N (OS13E-08 PP52A-05) Goodman J C (P31A-2080) Goodman M L (SH31B-2562) Goodrich D C (H34C-03 PA11D-02) Goodrich K (SH22A-04 SM31C-05) Goodwell A E (NG32A-06) Goodwillie A M (ED11B-0900 ED21A-0771) Gooseff M N (C41C-0676 H23I-1688 H43D-1486) Gootman K S (H51L-08) Gopalan A (A23D-0262 IN41A-1658) Gopalswamy N (SH32A-06) Gorby M (SH51C-2599) Gorce J S (V24A-05) Gordley L L (A51D-0092) Gordon I (A41F-0107) Gordon M (A23B-0192) Gordon R G (GP31D-05 GP43C-1258 GP43C-1259) Gordon S (IN23C-1785) Gore J (EP53D-1016) Gorelick S (GC33E-07) Goren L (T24A-03) Gorgun E (T13A-2668) Gorguner M (H33C-1556) Gori A (H33M-07) Gori M (S22B-03) Goring S J (B11D-0495 IN23F-02) Gorski G (H33F-1607) G rszczyk A (S31D-08) Gose B (T31D-2947) Goss H (ED13A-0930) Gossage S S (NG33A-1843) Goswami A (T13A-2682) Goswami B B (A41G-0136) Goswami S (G13A-1081) Gothmann A (V51A-3060) Goto D (A33C-0228 B33C-0606) Goto H (T14A-01) Goto H (T51B-2911) Goto K T (V13E-2895) Gotsch S G (B34C-02) Gottschalk I (NS41B-1913) Gottschalk K (OS13A-1797) Gou X (GC14A-07) Goudge T A (EP41B-0909) Gough C M (B53I-0617) Gough R V (P23A-2150) Gould J (PP31D-2308) Goulden M (GC32C-05) Goulden T (B54B-05) Gourbet L (EP53B-0938) Gourdji S (GC53F-06) Gourlan A T (PP41B-2241) Gourley J J (H33E-1586 PA23B-2228) Gourmelen N (C11A-0742) Goussi J F (GP43A-1224) Gouveia T A (G31B-1071) Gouweleeuw B (G12A-01) Govers G (EP22B-06 EP41D-07) Govers R M (G31C-04) Gowda P H (B41B-0422 H12B-05) Gower D (H33E-1581) Goyal A (IN43C-1706) Goyer C (B21N-04 B23E-0625) Graboski A J (GC23A-1229) Grabowski W (A31M-02 A52C-04) Grace K (GC52C-04) Grace M (NS23A-1931) Graeter K (C41E-0719) Gragg E (S51B-2781) Graham A C (T41B-2903) Graham B (V33E-3159) Graham C B (C51C-0665) Graham D W (T51C-2918) Graham E (U52A-01) Graham E (B31H-0568) Graham N (H32C-08) Graham R M (C34A-05) Graham S E (G51A-1088) Graizer V (S42B-02) Grall C (GC23D-1256) Grams P E (EP42A-02) Granados-Mu oz M (A11M-0179) Granat R (NG13A-1697) Grandin M (SA31B-2390 SM43B-2498) Grandy S (B32E-01) Granger J (H31H-07) Granger S L (PA11B-1958) Granier C (A31B-0027) Grannan A M (GP12A-05) Granot R (C53C-0722 C53C-0723) Granshaw F D (PA43A-2159) Granskog M A (C22A-01) Grant G (IN13B-1655) Grant G (NH23C-1878) Grant J A (P21C-2129) Grant K E (B41D-0460) Grant K D (IN31A-1733 IN31A-1755) Grau Galofre A (C33A-0759 P21C-2127) Grava C (P53A-2176) Graven H D (B54C-03 GC24C-03) Graves S J (IN11E-01 IN23C-1786) Graw J H (S43B-2854) Graw M F (B22D-03) Grawe M (NH51A-1922) Gray A B (H42A-01) Gray E (A21L-04) Gray G M (GC31F-1172) Gray H J (EP13B-1038) Gray J M (B43B-0599) Gray L J (SA54A-01) Gray S G (H33Q-02) Gray T M (H21B-1388) Graziano T M (H42B-06) Greaney A T (V13B-2833) Greb K (SH31B-2545) Grebenets V I (GC23A-1231) Grebowsky J M (P13A-1931) Grecni Z N (GC34D-06) Grecu M (H14C-07) Greeley A (C11A-0755) Green B (A31H-0140) Green B (A53F-0364) Green C T (H23D-1582) Green D S (H13Q-05) Green H (OS11A-1772) Green J (H31I-03) Green K (PA33C-2245) Green R G (GC52A-07 S21D-04) Green S A (ED13B-0939) Green S B (A43E-0282) Green T R (H43M-01) Greenberg A H (NH13A-1746) Greenberg E (MR21B-2638) Greenberg J A (B34A-08) Greenberger R N (P33D-2185) Greene G (T31G-07) Greene H G (OS12B-08) Greene J A (T51G-3016) Greene V (ED41A-0775) Greenhagen B T (P53A-2171) Greenwald R A (SA44A-07) Greenwood S L (C41B-0656 C51F-06) Greer G (H33B-1536) Greer K (SA43C-2405) Greff-Lefftz M (DI51B-2671) Gregg C E (NH41A-1752) Gregory D D (B33A-0582) Gregory E P (T13B-2712) Gregory R T (V13E-2898) Greguska F R (IN31D-1791) Gressent A (A23P-02) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 250 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Grey J A (PP51C-2321) Grieman M M (C13B-0828) Grieshop A P (A33H-0351) Griessinger J (GC12C-06) Griffin C G (B43G-07) Griffin K L (B51L-08) Griffin R (H31G-1490) Griffin-Nolan R J (GC53D-1328) Griffith D (B33E-0655) Griffith W A (S33C-2848) Griffiths J (G41A-0997) Griffiths M L (PP22A-07) Griffiths N (B53G-0600) Griffiths Z G (B33B-0589) Grigorenko E (P13A-1893) Grigorova V B (V31B-3106) Grigsby S (C11A-0762) Grijalva A N (T51C-2937) Grilli S T (NH32B-03 NH43B-1846 NH43B-1863) Grilliot M J (EP21A-0861) Grima A (DI31B-2636) Grima C (C53A-0701) Grimaldi S (H43O-03) Grimaud J (GC23D-1259) Grimes D J (OS21C-06) Grimm A M (U31A-02) Grimm N B (H23I-1697) Grimoldi E (C53C-0750) Grindrod P M (P23E-03) Grinspoon D H (U11A-04) Grise K M (A13C-0267) Grison B (SM11B-2141) Grison H (GP51C-1390) Grissom K (A42E-01) Griswold F R (NH43A-1815) Gritsevich M (ED21C-0794 P11C-1868 P43B-2104 P43B-2106) Gritzo L (NH12B-04) Grodent D C (P33C-2147) Groenen D (A54D-02) Groff F (A53L-07) Grogan D S (H13L-1586) Grogan D (A33G-0325) Groisman P Y (GC32A-02) Grombacher D (H43L-02) Gromig R (PP13B-2074 PP13B-2081) Gronoff G (A31G-0128 SA41B-2374) Grooms I (A32E-08) Grose C J (DI11A-2331) Gross A (B51H-0497) Gross C D (B21I-0532) Gross M (IN21C-1742) Gross N A (SA41A-2365 SM11C-2162) Gross R S (G41B-1033) Gross S (A24D-05 A31G-0130 A31G-0134) Grosse G (B42D-01 C42B-08) Grossi C (B13B-0569) Grossmann K (B51B-0398) Groth A (A22C-08) Grothe A (B53C-0540) Grothe P R (A42E-03) Grotheer E (IN31B-1761) Grotjahn R (A13E-0321 NH32A-05) Grotzinger J P (B24B-07 P21D-01) Grove J (AE33A-0418) Grove M J (V23B-2975) Grove T L (V24B-04) Grubbs G A (SM41E-02) Gruber D (ED21C-0785 PA53A-2271) Grubert E (H31J-05) Gruesbeck J (P13A-1885) Grunow A (IN51A-1823) Grunsfeld J M (P13C-03) Gruszczynska M (G11B-1077) Gryger K J (G33A-1081) Gu B (B31J-06) Gu C (S31B-2742) Gu G (A33M-07) Gu H (GC21C-1116) Gu J (A11H-0107) Gu L (B53I-0628) Gu X (EP41F-06) Gu Y J (A33G-0327 T11B-2616) Gu Y (B21F-0482) Guadagnini A (H52B-08) Gualandi A (G41C-08 G51B-1094) Gualda G A (V33B-3121) Gualtieri C (EP51B-0916) Gualtieri L (NH34B-07) Guan B (A43G-0319) Guan C (EP21A-0847) Guan K (GC51F-08) Guan M (H21A-1371) Guan Z (S41A-2726) Guardincerri E (S51B-2770) Gudadze N (SA33A-2430) Gudmundsdottir E (V11A-2755) Gudmundsson M T (V44A-03) Guennou C (SH11C-2236) G ereque M (ED11A-0884) Guerra J A (SH11C-2234) Guerra M A (OS23B-2034) Guerrero E (DI43B-03) Guerrero J M (DI41A-2599) Guerrero Q (EP21E-04) Guertin L A (ED21A-0764 PA31C-2211) Guest B (EP11C-04 T53D-08) Guest T (OS32A-05) Gueting N (H31D-1402) Guevara M (NH33A-1916) Guevara V (V51B-07) Guffey S K (ED23A-0809) Guha A (A51K-0230) Guignard J (P23A-2155) Guignot N (MR23B-04) Guih neuf N (H12A-02) Guild L S (A51B-0026) Guild M R (V24A-08) Guild T B (SM41A-2420) Guilhem A (S53A-2818) Guilinger J J (H23B-1540) Guillas S (NH43B-1860) Guillaume A (A51A-0003) Guillaume J H (H34E-07) Guillermic M (PP43C-2343) Guillevic P C (B33J-01) Guillod B P (H21G-1496) Guillot R E (PA54A-02) Guilyardi E (A41L-05 A52D-02 U31A-01) Guimond J A (B13A-0548) Guio P (SM51E-2536) Gul C (C12A-02) Gulbin S (GC21B-1079) Guler H (NH43A-1816) Gulev S (GC34B-06) Gulick S P (P31E-05) Gulick V C (EP41B-0908) Gulley J D (H23E-1586) Gulvin C J (H51G-1568) Gunda T (ED33A-0898 H43B-1415) Gundersen L C (PA12B-05) Gunell H (P43A-2089) Gunn A L (PP31B-2271) Gunnoe T (IN21C-1749) Gunsch M (A23K-0392) Gunson M R (A41F-0119) G nther F (GC33G-05) Guo B (S43B-2841) Guo B B (H33G-1629) Guo B (H51B-1462) Guo D (SA43C-2408) Guo F (SH51G-02) Guo H (H24A-05) Guo H (S33A-2801) Guo H (NH53A-1990) Guo J (B53B-0532) Guo J (SH52A-02 SH52A-05) Guo L (OS51C-2087) Guo L (H13E-1414) Guo L (NS23A-1919) Guo L (SH42B-06) Guo P (T12A-02) Guo R (GP41A-02) Guo R (SM23B-2488) Guo S (B41F-0505) Guo T (H13B-1354) Guo W (IN31A-1747) Guo W (PP31C-2303) Guo W (GC11D-1160) Guo X (SH31A-2543) Guo X (H33A-1528) Guo X (A14B-04) Guo Y (SA32A-05) Guo Y (B51D-0436) Guo Y (A11Q-01) Guo Y (A34E-05) Guo Z (S41A-2744 T11B-2623 T41E-2971 T51H-04) Guo Z (A33J-0411) Guo Z (H32A-06) Guo Z (A43B-0201) Guoce X (B51H-0501) Gupta A K (A52C-02) Gupta M (H54D-06) Gupta M (A31B-0025) Gupta S (P21C-2131) Gupta S S (ED43F-05) Gupta S (A41D-0068) Gurcan T (GC51D-1197) G rer D (T51A-2879) Gurer M (ED41A-0765) Gurman J B (SH34A-01) Gurnett D A (SH31D-03) Gurney K R (A13J-03 GC23K-06) Gurung S (C11C-0799) Gurung T R (C11C-0785) Guryan G (ED31B-0864) Gusman A R (NH43B-1839) Gustafson C (GP51A-1371) Guswa A J (H54B-01) Guta H E (NH43C-1881) Guti rrez F J (V41E-08 V53D-3152) Gutierrez S (P23C-2183) Guti rrez del Arroyo O (B41E-0493) Gutierrez-Jurado H A (H51G-1565) Gutierrez-Jurado K Y (H53F-1777) Gutknecht J (B12B-05) Gutlein A (B11H-04) Gutmann E D (A11O-03 C43C-01) Gutowski W J (A53J-01) Gutscher M (T51A-2890) Gutzler D S (GC11E-04) Guzewich S (P24C-04) Guzina B B (H53L-02) Guzman Cervantes F (G43B-1062) Gvirtzman Z (DI43B-01) Gwenzi D (B42C-02) Gwizd S (PP51D-2337) Gwon S (T21D-2861) Gyakum J R (A13E-0332) Gyalay S (P53A-2175) Gylling B (H51C-1479) H Ha C D (NH11A-1705) Ha H (EP33A-0966) Ha K (A43D-0244) HA S (H31C-1379) Haaland S (SA23B-2401) Haas A (IN31D-1781) Haas J (GC51C-1162) Haas J C (ED43C-0873 H53C-1724) Haas K A (GC51C-1184 OS23B-2018) Haas T d (EP23D-08 EP24B-04 EP43D-01) Haase J S (A23C-0242 NH43D-06) Habarulema J (U43A-07) Haberlandt U (H13J-1557) Haberle C W (P31E-01) Habermann T (IN23A-1755 IN23C-1780 IN43D-01) Haberzettl T (GP23A-1326) Habib E H (ED43E-0891 ED52A-04) Habibi H (H41B-1311) Hachinger S (IN21B-1735) Hacker B R (V21A-07) Hackney C R (EP51A-0865 EP54B-06) Hada-Muranushi Y (SH11C-2239) Haddad J R (V33B-3123) Haddon E K (EP13B-1030) Hadfield R (T51C-2927) Hadgu T (H51C-1489) Hadid L (SH51B-2582) Hady A A (SH41B-2539) Haedke H (B13C-0589) Haer T (NH21B-03) Hafen K (H53E-1745) Haffener J (S31B-2750) Haffner D P (A13D-0307) Haflidason H (EP31B-0956) Hafner K (S11D-2486) Hagedorn B (B11C-0466) Hagemann M (H53A-1664) Hagen S C (GC23F-1289) Hagen S C (GC43A-1141) Hagerty S B (B24D-05) Haggerty C C (SH41A-2527) Haggerty D K (P33C-2165) Haghighi E (H21D-1442) Haghnegahdar A (H34B-08) Haghnegahdar M A (B21H-0526) Hagos S M (A51C-0046) Hahm D (OS51A-2035) Hahm W (EP41F-07) Hahm Y (PA33A-2225) Hahn M (P51B-2134) Hahn M (SH31B-2582) Haiblen A M (C33A-0758) Haiducek J D (SM51B-2482) Haine D B (ED33B-0901 U21A-05) Haines S S (OS54A-04) Hair J W (A24D-02) Hairston M R (SA31A-2380 SM51D-2514) Hajarolasvadi S (S21B-2734) Hajiani P (NS31A-1938) Hajimirza S (V13G-05) Hajny K D (A21C-0063) Hajra R (P43A-2088) Hakkenberg C (B52A-07) Hakso A W (S31B-2757) Hakuba M Z (GC34B-05) Halberstadt A W (C34B-02 C53C-0730) Hale J M (SM51E-2557) Hale R P (GC22B-06) Halekas J S (P13A-1905 SM34A-01) Halem M (IN11E-07) Hales T C (EP33D-1034) Halfacre J W (C13A-0803) Halford A J (PA53B-07 SM31B-2485) Halford K J (H24A-06) Halkides D J (OS43A-2004) Hall A (A13D-0300) Hall C R (PA41C-2145) Hall C M (PP11C-2034) Hall D M (A31A-0005) Hall D (A21C-0047) Hall D K (C33B-0780) Hall E (A13G-0383) Hall J L (A14E-04) Hall J (NG41A-1718) Hall K (S33A-2811) Hall M (PA41C-2151 PP41C-2271) Hall S J (B21N-02) Hall T (C53C-0725) Hallam K A (G41A-1011) Hallema D W (H42A-07) Haller M B (OS31D-2070) Hallet B (EP24A-08) Hallett B W (PA51B-2267) Halling M (EP11B-0997) Hallis L j (DI13B-01) Hallmark A (B11B-0459) Hallnan R (H41B-1328) Halpaap F J (S41B-2778) Halper E (GC12B-08) Halpern D (A13D-0292) Halpern J B (ED21A-0767 ED51B-0793) Halstead T M (PP43B-2328) Haltigin T (P33D-2190) Halubok M (B51B-0392) Halverson G H (H54D-01) Ham J M (H33E-1592) Ham J (PP31D-2321) Ham S (A33F-0310) Hamada Y (T51B-2900) Hamahashi M (T23A-2880) Hamamoto K (GC53A-1255 PA23B-2230) Hamburg S (H33N-03 PA14A-01) Hamed A M (EP53D-1003) Hamidi A (NH51B-1944) Hamiel Y (G51A-1060) Hamill D D (B43A-0572) Hamilton B T (B23B-0570) Hamilton B (P11A-1845) Hamilton D C (SM51E-2555) Hamilton R (SH21A-2519) Hamilton T L (B43F-04 B44B-08) Hamlet A F (PA43B-2198) Hamlin Q F (H13D-1408) Hamlington B (G24A-02) Hamlington P (IN31F-05) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 251 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Hamm T (C33A-0756) Hamman J (GC41H-08) Hammersley L C (ED51F-0838) Hammond G E (T23C-2944) Hammond J C (C51D-0683) Hammond N P (P31A-2089) Hammond W C (G51B-1112) Hamon F P (H41F-1384) Hamouda A (OS41C-1980) Hampel A (MR51D-02) Hamshaw S D (H23B-1545 NH11B-1733) Han C (PP21A-2260) Han D (GC31J-06) Han G (B23G-03) Han H (PP51B-2302) Han H (C13D-0873 C33B-0813) Han H (A23C-0238) Han J (A43G-0317) Han J (V33E-3181) Han J (A51D-0089) HAN K (H33F-1618) Han L (T21B-2813) HAN M (S53A-2842) Han P (S23E-03) Han P (EP13A-1019) Han Q (GP51A-1353) Han S (A53E-0341) Han S (T21D-2875) Han S (B51G-0484) Han S (G14A-07) Han S (A21D-0094) Han S (T22C-03 T41G-02) Han S (S23A-2740) Han W (IN41C-1674) Han W (OS23D-01) Han W (T43A-3023) Han X (H14F-05) Han X (T51D-2953) Han X (H21G-1503) Han X (H33H-1659) Han Y (H14F-04) Han Y (A51I-0192) Han Z (T51D-2963) Hanan E J (B21B-0448) Hanan N P (GC13D-1225) Hancock G R (EP33C-1005 EP43A-0944 EP43A-0947) Hancock G S (EP53C-0977) Hancock S (B31E-0524) Hand J L (A33G-0329) Handler A M (B31C-0480) Haneberg W C (NH34B-06) Hanebuth T J (OS32A-01) Haney M M (T11D-2645) Hang Y A (GC31D-1141) Hanley K (P13A-1909) Hanna V (MR13A-2395) Hannah D M (H41I-01) Hannah I G (SH11D-07) Hannah L (GC33E-09) Hannay C (A53F-0372) Hannemann K (T31C-2900) Hannigan J W (A42B-07) Hansel A (A33H-0345) Hansen C J (P23D-02) Hansen D N (G11B-1064) Hansen D (PP31D-2337) Hansen E K (C33B-0800) Hansen F D (MR51D-01) Hansen J (OS23A-2011) Hansen K C (P43A-2094) Hansen M (T41E-2998) Hansen S K (H34E-03 H43N-04) Hansen S M (T13C-2728) 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(B53I-0624) Harding B J (SA13A-2095) Harding J (T32A-01) Hardman M (H31G-1483) Hardy R J (EP33C-0991 EP33C-0995 EP53F-1041) Hardy R A (G13B-1103) Hare H S (ED43B-0859) Harfmann J (EP23B-0972) Hargitai H I (ED24A-07 P13B-1941) Hargreaves J (A41K-08) Hargrove W W (B42C-04) Harigane Y (V13C-2872) Hariharan A (T51C-2923) Haritashya U K (C11C-0788) Harkness J (PA21B-2203) Harlander J (SA13A-2094) Harlov D E (V33F-3182) Harlow J (P33D-2178) Harlow R (A53I-06) Harman C J (H14D-03) Harmand M (MR11A-2374) Harmon L (V41E-04) Harmon M E (B11J-01) Harmon N (DI41D-06) Harmon R E (EP43C-0976) Harmon T C (H31E-1445) Harned D (PA31D-2220) Harning D (PP13A-2055 PP13B-2076) Harold J B (ED21B-0775) Harp A (V51C-06) Harp D R (H51C-1477) Harper A B (B11C-0469) Harper D T (PP53E-05) Harper H (G51B-1096) Harper J (H33J-1697) Harper K (OS12A-02) Harpold A A (C13F-08 C51D-0680) Harr P (A32E-05) Harrild M (NH53B-1998) Harrington E M (P54B-01) Harrington J P (NH31A-1904) Harrington L J (GC21E-1150 H21G-1510 PA43B-2227) Harrington M (SM51C-2511) Harris C W (DI31B-2632) Harris C K (ED13C-0946) Harris D L (GC11D-1167) Harris L (A21F-0140) Harris R N (T13B-2710) Harris R (S23B-2773) Harris S M (A51E-0110) Harrison A L (H21J-01) Harrison B K (B13G-0729) Harrison C S (OS41D-02) Harrison L (EP51B-0909) Harrison M (V12B-01) Harrison S R (OS23B-2037) Harrison S (GC52B-03) Harrison T N (EP41B-0907) Harrop B E (A53F-0368) Harry D L (T44A-05) Hart J K (C33A-0765) Hart R J (H13A-1347) Harter B (IN21C-1753) Hartin C (OS43B-2050) Hartinger M (SA23B-2398) Hartkorn O A (P53B-2186) Hartley D (SM34B-07) Hartman K (EP11A-0971) Hartman K (ED13B-0932) Hartmann A J (H12A-01 H23H-1677) Hartmann D L (A13C-0276) Hartnett H E (B22C-08) Hartstra I (S13B-2572) Hartvich F (T21D-2849) Hartzell P J (EP24C-05) Hartzell S R (B11B-0435) Haruki W (H13J-1556) Harvey B J (A12D-01 A43G-0308) Harvey B J (B51J-02) Harvey J E (GC51E-1226) Harvey J E (EP11B-1001) Harvey J W (H42C-03) Harvey O R (B21A-0436 B53C-0547) Harvey P (B53K-01) Harvey R M (A51K-0241) Harvey R W (H23M-05) Harvey V (SA51A-2405) Hasan E (GC41B-1099) Hasan M (GC23G-1306 PA21B-2210) Hasan M (A11H-0110) Hasebe N (T42A-07) Hasegawa H (SM13D-08) Haseloff M (C32A-03) Hasenfratz A P (PP34B-04) Hasenkopf C A (PA43A-2162) Hasenmueller E A (H53F-1771) Hashemi H (H23F-1617) Hashemi M (GC54B-03) Hashim L (MR41E-04) Hashima A (T13A-2687) Hashimoto A (B31E-0520) Hashimoto H (GC11B-1137) Hashimoto K K (SA31A-2381) Hashimoto M (A23A-0181) Hashimoto M (G22A-02) Hashimoto Y (T21E-06) Hashino T (A11G-0099) Hasibuan R F (V33E-3175) Haimolu B Y (EP11A-0988) Haskins J (A42A-02) Haslauer C P (NG13A-1699) Hass H C (OS23B-2045) Hassan J (C11C-0787) Hassan R (DI51C-02 GP43C-1263) Hassanpour Adeh E (GC51C-1166) Hassenruck-Gudipati H J (EP13B-1034 PP31D-2338) Hasson A E (OS52B-04 OS53A-2098 PP41C-2268) Hastie A T (B24C-07) Hasumi H (GC23A-1209) Hatakeyama K (DI31B-2626) Hatam I (H31C-1386) Hatano N (PP53A-2363) Hatch C D (A21E-0111) Hatch R L (S13A-2519) Hatch S (SM53A-02) Hatchett B (A51E-0111) Hatem A E (T32B-07) Hatfield M C (B53H-0609) Hatfield R G (PP13A-2051) Hatfield W (G33A-1086) Hathaway D H (SH43A-2557) Hatono M (B13C-0600) Hatten J A (H42A-06) Hattori K (NH51C-1972) Hatzopoulos N (GC51E-1214) Hauff F (T11C-2637) Haugland S M (DI14A-07) Haugstad A (A41K-07) Hauksson E (T43E-3102) Haupt R (S42B-06) Haupt R J (PA53B-02) Hauri E H (DI33A-02) Hausfather Z (GC53H-07) Hausman J (IN51C-1866) Hausmann R B (T41B-2912) Hausner M B (B43A-0562) Haustein K (A33B-0225 GC13A-1193 GC24D-03) Hauswirth S (H41E-1367) Hautmann S (V12A-05) Havazli E (G23A-1030) Havemann S (A11P-02) Havens S (C51C-0671) Haw M A (SH21E-2579) Hawbaker T J (GC51E-1218) Hawemann F (T21D-2860) Hawkings J (B41C-0437) Hawkins J (SA43A-2387) Hawkins L R (B21B-0441) Hawkins T T (V43E-3186) Hawley R L (C13C-0851 EP51B-0913) Hawley W B (T31F-2986) Hawsey J R (OS43A-1997) Hawthorne J C (G33A-1074 MR31B-01) Hawthorne Allen A M (ED51C-0807) Haxel J H (P31A-2081) Hay C (PP53E-01) Hay H (P31A-2078) Hay L (GC12B-02 H23H-1678) Hay M (C53A-0698) Hayakawa M (GP51B-1382) Hayakawa Y S (EP23A-0941) Hayashi K (SH13C-2315) Hayashi K (NH11A-1715) Hayashi M (SM31A-2440) Hayatbini N (H51F-1544) Hayden A (EP43D-07) Hayden K L (A21C-0051) Hayden L B (ED31A-0848) Hayes A G (P33F-06) Hayes C T (PP13D-04) Hayes D J (GC23K-04) Hayes J M (V33G-04) Hayes J L (EP43C-0987) Hayes M (GC23C-1253) Hayes P L (A22F-07) Hayes S M (B53K-07) Hayhoe K (A13I-0396 H14E-06) Hayman N W (MR44A-03) Haynes J (A31C-0048 A51A-0011) Haynes K (B54C-06) Haynes M (P51C-2150) Hays D B (B54D-08) Hayward C (S51A-2741) Haywood A (PP31C-2294 PP31C-2300 PP33A-2343) Hazard L (OS13B-1812) Hazel J (C51A-0645) Hazen R M (IN44A-03) Hazra A (EP43E-06 H33H-1657) Hazra S (GC13G-1261 SH43D-2590) He B (S21B-2718) He C (C13B-0819) He C (GC23D-1267) He D (T12A-05 T51D-2955) He E (OS51C-2081) He F (SA31B-2403) He F (PP33C-08) He H (A21C-0060) He H (GC11D-1174) He J (SH51B-2589) He J (A21B-0023) He L (GP42A-03) He L (DI31B-2640) He M (NS23A-1911) He M (B33F-0682) He P (G23A-1023) He Q (A41N-04) He R (H11B-1313) He S (A11C-0033) He S (PP31D-2326) He S (C51C-0676) He T (B31B-0474) He W (B53B-0524) He W (PA21B-2198) He W (NG21A-1816) He X (T11A-2598) He X (MR41D-2719) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 252 2016 AGU FALL MEETING He X (H33D-1568) He X (H13H-1511) He X (NS31A-1940) He X (H13J-1547 H54B-06) He Y (H43B-1412) He Y (T22D-03) He Y (OS23C-2068) Head D A (MR41A-2682) Head E (EP51A-0885) Head J W (P23E-04) Heagy L J (ED51A-0786 GP51B-1387) Heald C L (A43M-01) Heale C J (SA33A-2409) Healey N (GC21D-1132) Healy D (ED43C-0874 T21D-2847 T21D2848 T51B-2917) Hearn C K (EP11A-0968) Hearn E H (S43C-2885) Hearty T J (GC21C-1111) Heath B (V53C-3129) Heath J E (MR51C-2719) Heathfield D (EP21D-0915) Heaton T H (S14B-06) Heavens N G (P21B-2104) Heberling T (NH12A-04) Hecht H (EP53C-0956) Hecht J H (SM51C-2510) Hecht J S (H23J-1707) Heck M D (GC53C-1302) Heckels R E (S41A-2756) Hecker S (T51F-2989) Heckert E (IN13B-1656) Heckman C 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(C44A-06) Henner D N (GC51C-1161) Henney C J (SH11C-2262) Hennig R J (IN51B-1840) Henri C V (H33F-1611) Henri P (P43A-2095) Henriquez Dole L E (H51A-1408) Henry P (T54B-04) Henrys S A (OS51B-2058 T21C-2833) Henschel M D (G43A-1051) Henson W (H13I-1523) Henstock T (T31C-2920) Henze D K (A31J-03 A42D-07) Heo D (S53A-2840) Heo H (B43A-0548) Heo J (A31B-0035) Heo J (H33G-1626) Heo J (GP51A-1368) Heo S (PA41C-2150) Heo T (S23A-2758) Heorton H D (C43A-0737) Heppell C M (H52D-06) Heraud J A (NH51C-1960) Herbert A (IN52A-05) Herbert E R (B12A-05) Herbert T (A33B-0207) Herbstrith K G (ED33C-0908) Herdman L (H43C-1442) Herger N (GC34C-02) Herique A (P43B-2109) Herkenhoff K E (P21C-2139) Herman J R (A21K-05) Herman J D (H52G-01) Herman M W (T13A-2669) Herman R L (A41C-0049) Herman-Mercer N M (GC33G-02) Hernandez A (PP51A-2285 PP51A-2286 PP51A-2287) Hernandez F (H33O-02) Hernandez J (H31C-1383) Hernandez J (MR31A-2667) Hernandez K F (H41A-1267) Hernandez N (ED41A-0833) Hernandez S (T51E-2988) 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T (A23B-0215) Heusser L E (PP53B-2385) Heutte T M (NH11B-1728) Hew Y (P33E-04) Hewitt R E (B44D-07) Heymsfield G M (H23F-1643) Heyn K (PA34A-02) Heywood L J (V13C-2854) Hiatt M R (EP52A-06) Hibino K (A11O-08) Hickey D A (SA11A-07) Hickman B (A11H-0109) Hickok K (B31A-0450) Hicks S D (ED52A-06) Hicks Pries C (B41F-0508) Hidayat D (V43A-3138) Hiemstra C A (B52C-07) Hier-Majumder S (DI23B-2618 DI41B-2625) Hietala H (SM11D-07 SM23B-2494) Higgins C A (ED21E-02 SM51E-2534) Higgins J A (PP14B-03) Higgins N (MR33C-08) Higgins W (A32E-01) Higginson-Rollins M A (SA41A-2358) Higham A (U33A-05) Higley M C (PP21C-2294) Higman B M (EP41A-0900) Higuchi K (G51A-1072) Higuera P E (GC41I-01) Hilairet N (MR23A-2674) Hilgenbrink C (A53F-0365) Hilkert A (V43B-3147) Hill A F (ED11D-0910 H21E-1451) Hill C M (V33B-3129) Hill E (T22B-05) Hill J C (OS13D-02) Hill J R (P53C-2215) Hill K M (EP21C-0903) Hill L Z (B21I-0548) Hill M C (GC31A-1108) Hill M E (SH43B-2578) Hill P (S23A-2760) Hill R (C23B-0754) Hill S A (A51C-0051) Hill T M (ED43F-03) Hillenbrand C (C52B-01 C53C-0734) Hillerislambers J (GC34A-01) Hilley G E (EP32C-01) Hillman A L (PP21C-2291) Hillman B R (GC31F-1159) Hillman C A (H53G-1791) Hills B H (C31C-08) Hills D J (PA43A-2173) Hilman B (B51L-07) Hilpert M (H34D-03) Hilton T W (B52B-05) Himematsu Y (S53B-2858) Hines M E (B33D-0640) Hines S (PP21A-2273) Hines T (G51B-1109) Hingley R (B53F-0578) Hinnov L A (GP51D-06 PP33C-02) Hino M (GC31E-1147) Hino R (T43H-01) Hinojosa J (PP54A-06) Hintersberger E (NH53C-2014) Hioki S (A51B-0016) Hirabayashi M (P43D-01 P53C-2235) Hiraga R (SM31A-2466) Hiraga T (MR41E-05) Hirai K (SH31B-2594) Hirakawa E T (NH43B-1861 S51A-2760) Hiramatsu Y (S53B-2860) Hirano S (S14B-07) Hirata K (NH43B-1850) Hirata N (S52C-01) Hirata R (B51D-0447) Hiron T (A21E-0113) Hirooka T (SA51A-2398) Hirose H (G33B-1098) Hirose K (MR22A-02) Hirose N (NG41B-1737) Hirota M (A51I-0200) Hirota N (A31H-0147) Hirpa F A (H21A-1360) Hirschfeld D (PA31B-2208) Hirschmann M M (V31E-07) Hirth G (DI22A-01 S41B-2780) Hisamochi R (PP31D-2312) Hitchcock P (A11U-07) Hitt N T (PP43D-03) Hitt O (H13D-1405) Hixson J (H23A-1537) Hjelle G (G41A-1008) Hjorleifsdottir V (S21B-2717) Hmiel B (C31A-0739) Ho A (A33D-0252) Ho A (A11D-0052) Ho A Q (ED41A-0764) Ho C (H51A-1428) Ho G C (SH54A-04) Ho M W (H41B-1286) Ho T (NH43A-1823) Ho Y (H33A-1494) Hoang L (H41J-05) Hoang L P (GC33C-1261) Hoang R (ED41A-0834) Hoar T J (NG33A-1851) Hobbins M (GC43F-02) Hobbs J (A41F-0121) Hobbs R W (T22C-01) Hobbs T E (G51B-1097) Hobley E (B13B-0571 B32E-05) Hobza C M (NS43C-1930) Hock R (ED51A-0779) Hodell D A (PP34B-03) Hodge M (T51C-2934) Hodge R A (EP32C-04) Hodges D (A41E-0079) Hodgkinson K M (G33A-1083) Hodgskiss M S (B33A-0578) Hodyss D (NG33A-1861) Hodyss R P (P31C-2108) Hoe A (H33A-1492) Hoebelheinrich N J (PA21A-2192) Hoecker-Martinez M S (OS43B-2028) Hoeher A (B21C-0457) Hoeksema J T (SH31B-2549) Hoekstra M (C33B-0819) Hoenisch B (U41A-03) Hoerling M P (A41L-07) Hoernle K (T23F-04) Hoffman A (B13F-0710) Hoffman A (A14C-08) Hoffman C (ED24B-02) Hoffman F M (B14C-01 B42A-08) Hoffman H (ED41A-0817) Hoffman J S (ED33A-0895) Hoffman K (GC44B-07) Hoffman M J (C52A-07) Hoffmann F (G22A-05) Hoffmann S S (PP44B-03) Hoffmann T L (IN13A-1651) Hofmann A W (DI14A-03) Hofmeister A (MR42A-06 V13E-2897) Hofmeister K (H33J-1692) Hofmockel K S (B33K-03) Hofstetter A (S33D-2870) Hofton M A (B34A-06) Hogan B (C53B-0708) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 253 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Hogan P J (A41G-0141) H ge M (NG13A-1683) Hogenson K (IN21B-1740 IN53C-1897) Hogg A (C44B-04) Hoggan J C (ED11E-07) Hoggard M (DI41B-2634) Hoghooghi N (H41A-1272) Hogikyan A (A31F-0102) Hogue T S (B23A-0554 ED11D-0917) Hoilijoki S (SM13A-2181) Hol S (MR51B-2712) Holappa L (GP31C-1321) Holben B N (A44B-02) Holbrook W (U53A-02 V43D-3179) Holdaway D (A23D-0252) Holder R M (V51B-04) Hole J A (T51F-2995) Holifield Collins C (GC51B-1155) Holland A (EP14A-01) Holland A A (S11D-2491) Holland D L (SM51G-07) Holland M M (C32B-03) Holleran W (H44F-01) Hollingsworth J (T32B-05) Hollingsworth T N (B44D-02) Holloway M (PP33D-05) Holloway T (A53H-06) Holloway V (T11B-2600) Holm J A (B34C-01 GC53D-1321) Holman A (PA43B-2216) Holman I (H43E-1495 PA23B-2220) Holman R A (OS23A-2002) Holmberg M (SM43D-02) Holmen K J (A31K-05) Holmes A (GC44B-04) Holmes C D (A33A-0189) Holmes D S (B51K-03) Holmes H (A54B-03) Holmes J J (OS12B-02) Holmes J (SM21A-2446) Holmes T L (H34B-07) Holmes T (V23C-3002) Holmquist J R (B13A-0556) Holmstrom M (P13D-02) Holness M B (V31D-01 V53D-3147) Holota P (G21B-1005) Holschuh N (C53A-0700) Holt A (DI22A-07) Holt B (C21E-08) Holt L A (SA31C-02) Holt W E (T43E-3094 T52C-03) Holtkamp S G (S41C-03) Holtzman B K (DI41D-08 ED43C-0879) Holtzman N (H21F-1491) Holtzman R (H53M-04) Holub S M (B21I-0531) Holwerda F (H21E-1448) Holycross M (MR51A-2689) Holz A (B51J-05) Holz R (A13D-0297) Holzner M (H44C-02 H51D-1513) Holzworth R H (AE23A-0408) Homeyer C R (A33K-04) Homola K (PP23B-2323) Homyak P M (B23E-0628) Honda M (V13C-2861) Honegger D (OS31E-06) Hong C (A23J-0371) Hong I (NH31A-1882) Hong J (A53B-0269) Hong J (A21D-0085) Hong S (C23B-0736) Hong S (G13A-1084) Hong S (A23E-0273) Hong S K (A21C-0050) Hong S (A31A-0012) Hong X (A24E-07) Hong Y (GC44A-04) Hong Z (H31A-1346) Hongo C (H43B-1409) Hongsresawat S (T11A-2599) Honkonen I J (ED21B-0781 GP31C-1314) Honsberger I W (V13D-2891) Hood L L (SA51B-2417) Hood R E (NH13B-02) Hooft E E (DI23B-2619) Hook S J (GC54C-06) Hooks A (EP23A-0958) Hooper A J (G21C-08 U43A-02) Hoor P M (A12E-03) Hoose C (A52C-01 A53D-0332) Hooshyar M (H54E-07) Hopkins J (OS32A-03) Hopkins M (H13D-1398) Hopkinson C (B51C-0422) Hopp C J (H13O-07) Hoppe P (NH12B-02) Hopper E (DI41D-04) Hora T (GC43C-1181) Horaites K (SH51D-2609) Horan K (V13B-2838) Horanyi M (SH21B-2528) Horgan B H (P23A-2156) Hori M E (GC23A-1210) Hori T (S23E-05) Horikoshi H (P11A-1843) Horlick K A (PP41C-2266) Horn S (DI43A-2663) Hornbach M J (S53E-05) Horne A (EP11C-05) Horner T J (B43D-03) Horns D M (NH43A-1830) Hornsby K T (EP11B-0994) Horodyskyj L (ED21A-0763 ED41C-02) Horodyskyj U N (IN21A-1720) Horozal S (OS54A-02) Horsburgh J S (H43P-03) Horst A J (OS31D-2069) Horton A (EP34B-04) Horton B (PP44A-01) Horton D E (A13E-0329) Horton F (V11B-2766 V13B-2839) Horton R M (GC34A-05 PA23B-2233) Horton W (SM43A-2482) Horvat C (C43A-0733) Horwath W R (B21N-06 U33A-03) Hoshi Y (SM13A-2183) Hoshiba M (S23A-2741) Hoshihata M (S33D-2869) Hoshino M (SH21A-2502) Hoshyaripour G (A31C-0056) Hosono N (V41A-3106) Hospodarsky G B (P23D-08) Hossain H Z (B43B-0605) Hossaini R (A43A-0175) Hosseini B (V43E-3195) Hosseini S (S23D-08) Hosseini S (V43B-3141) Hosseini Aliabad S (SM31A-2480) Hosseiny S (EP31B-0946 H43H-1554) Hossler T (H51A-1435) Hostetler C A (A44A-02) Hou C (ED13F-08 IN31D-1794) Hou D (H31C-1366) Hou J (GC12C-04) Hou M (MR33B-2684) Hou Y (H21C-1405) Hou Z (H53L-06) Houben M (MR51C-2724) Hough S E (PA53B-03 S53E-08) Houghton J (ED51H-0846 ED51H-0847) Houlie N (G43A-1043 S42B-07) Houlihan E (GP43B-1252) Houlton B Z (B54C-07) Houng S (S31A-2719) House B M (V24A-06) House L S (S51B-2776) Houser C (B52A-08) Houser C (ED51C-0801 EP11A-0958) Houskeeper H F (OS31A-1986) Housson A L (PP23D-01) Houston H (MR31B-05) Houze R (H14C-01) Howard A M (ED13B-0942) Howard B K (B53G-0589) Howard C M (MR34A-06) Howard I (PP41C-2284) Howard M (ED41A-0843) Howard M J (H43G-1533) Howard S K (SM34A-02) Howat I (C41C-0682) Howatt T M (OS24A-06) Howden N J (H33J-1694 H34C-08) Howe J a (EP13C-1041) Howe K (EP21B-0882) Howell A (T13A-2680) Howell R R (P23C-2176) Howell S M (T33A-3013) Howitt R E (GC53F-03 H52F-01) Hoy E E (B53G-0588) Hoyle T M (PP31E-03) Hoyt A (B21L-06) Hozumi Y (SA53A-2431) Hrachowitz M (H31H-02 H52A-07) Hristova H G (OS13A-1788) Hristova-Veleva S M (A43C-0225) Hsia S (EP33B-0988) Hsieh C (A23B-0212) Hsieh C (A43I-0378) Hsieh P A (S22B-06) Hsieh S W (SM33B-2514) Hsieh T (A11F-0083) Hsieh Y (SM31A-2462) Hsien C T (V13D-2886) Hsu C (PP21B-2286) Hsu C (GC33C-1252) Hsu C (H31D-1419) Hsu C (SA21A-2350) Hsu C (SA13A-2105) Hsu F (OS11A-1768) Hsu H (MR13A-2414) Hsu H (B41D-0468) Hsu H (S23A-2745) Hsu H (A43C-0231) Hsu K (H53D-1744) Hsu L (IN23F-07) Hsu L (A43H-0349) Hsu M (NH51B-1953) Hsu N C (A11S-05) Hsu P (A23H-0323) Hsu S (P33E-01 P53C-2238) Hsu S (H51B-1465) Hsu T (EP53F-1058) Hsu W (A43I-0363) Hsu Y (B11F-0536) Hu B (T51D-2973) Hu F (V13D-2877) Hu F (IN52A-08) Hu G (C11C-0782) Hu H (GC21H-1177) Hu H (G41B-1024) Hu H (EP53E-1026) Hu H (S31B-2746) Hu H (PP21B-2289) Hu H (A51E-0105) Hu J (B24A-06) Hu J (A51P-06) Hu J (T23C-2943) Hu J (S31A-2711) Hu J (PP31C-2295) Hu J (SH51E-2629) Hu J (T23A-2887) Hu K (B31G-0552) Hu L (A41J-08) Hu M (T13C-2741) Hu P (T43A-3019) Hu Q (SH13B-2306 SH51F-2645) Hu Q (DI52A-07) Hu R (H51B-1464) Hu R (P11A-1844) Hu R (H53G-1795) Hu S (OS21B-1973) Hu S (H21B-1403) Hu W (S33C-2849) Hu Y (T21E-07 T53A-02 V51A-3056) Hu Y (B23I-06 B41F-0498 B41F-0512) Hu Y (MR24A-01) Hu Y (A21H-03) Hu Y (P52A-07) Hu Y (NS31A-1936) Hua H (G33C-03 IN24A-01) Hua L (A43D-0250) Huang B (A43D-0262) Huang C (A13B-0261) Huang C (B51B-0406) Huang C (SA33B-05) Huang C (B53I-0614) Huang C Y (SA53B-2444) Huang C (NG41A-1724) Huang C (DI41B-2629) Huang C (SM22A-08) Huang D (PP41A-2235) Huang D (A21K-08) Huang D (H33D-1576) Huang F (V24B-05 V51A-3052) Huang G (A41A-0023) Huang G (GC51A-1138) Huang H (S13E-03) Huang H (A11B-0015) Huang H (S12B-02) Huang H M (PP41E-05) Huang H (GC11B-1127) Huang H (MR33C-03) Huang H (A23E-0268) Huang H (A23G-0312) Huang I B (EP31C-04) Huang J (T23A-2906) Huang J (V51A-3048) Huang J (OS41C-1964) Huang J (A23K-0391) Huang J (B31C-0478) Huang K (V51A-3038) Huang L (S51B-2772) Huang L (GC53D-1317) Huang M (B31H-0571 H31J-03) Huang M (GC33C-1246) Huang M (A23P-06) Huang M (NS23A-1918) Huang M (G21C-02 S54C-05) Huang P (OS21A-1954) Huang P (S53A-2846) Huang Q (H23M-01) Huang Q (DI31A-2601) Huang Q (H13E-1416) Huang Q (H51K-07) Huang R (PP23C-2336) Huang S (A51C-0063) Huang S (GC41A-1068) Huang S (B51F-0475) Huang S (V53E-01) Huang S (A33M-04) Huang S (SM21A-2437) Huang W (B23E-0634) Huang W (GC21C-1108) Huang W (GP31A-1291) Huang X (EP33B-0980) Huang X (GC11A-1114) Huang X (A51H-0157 GC31F-1163) Huang X (NH41B-1795) Huang X (GC11B-1124) Huang X (A21G-0167) Huang Y (GC51B-1143) Huang Y (SA52A-05) Huang Y (A31J-06) Huang Y (A11I-0119 A33B-0214) Huang Y (A21G-0163) Huang Y (SA23B-2403) Huang Y (P53C-2218) Huang Y (PP41D-01) Huang Y (SM23B-2484 SM31A-2465) Huang Y (A13A-0216) Huang Y (B13E-0650) Huang Y (A33G-0331) Huang Z (P43A-2091) Huang Z (EP53F-1049) Huang Z (A22A-08 H53H-1799) Huang Z (T51D-2967) Huba J (SA34A-04) Hubbard B P (C54A-05) Hubbard J (PA53B-04 T13A-2686) Hubbard S M (OS12C-05) Hubbard S S (H13L-1582) Hubbart J A (H13D-1394) Hubenthal M (ED51B-0796) Huber C (EP43D-03 V33H-01) Huber E (H52B-07) Huber J (C13C-0830) Hubler M (H51C-1495) Hudak A T (B44C-01) Hudak M R (V31A-3078) Hudgins T (V33E-3180) Hudiburg T W (B53A-0516) Hudier E J (C33B-0806) Hudson A M (GC21H-1206) Hudson A (B11D-0497) Hudson H S (ED21C-0792 SH13A-2291) Hudson J G (A52C-05) Hudson K S (S33B-2833) Hudspeth W B (IN41A-1652) Hue V (P23D-05) Huebner D C (GC43B-1149) Huelsing H K (G31B-1069) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 254 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Huemmrich K F (B54A-08) Huettenmoser J (EP53C-0961) Huettmann F (GC41E-1127) Huffaker R (H41I-02) Huffer E (IN53C-1907) H ffer T (H13A-1321) Huffman G J (H13R-01) Hufton A L (IN43B-1687) Hugelius G (B54C-08) Hugenholtz C (A21G-0152) Hughes C A (T14B-06) Hughes E J (ED31B-0891) Hughes G B (NH13A-1745) Hughes J S (IN43B-1690) Hughes K (GC23H-05) Hughes M H (ED51F-0835) Hughes M (A13A-0220) Hughes R S (SH21C-2553) Hughes S S (P33D-2180) Hughes S (H33I-1671) Hughlett T M (PP21A-2253) Hughson K (P43C-2117) Huguet C (ED21A-0769 PP41E-07) Hui H (P23A-2159) Hui H (S31C-2786) Hui K L (A23H-0330) Hui R (H23J-1703) Huisman J (NS13A-04) Hulbe C L (C23C-04) Hull A J (SM43A-2493) Hull S D (P41B-2077) Hullar T (C11D-01) Hulley G C (GC51D-1191) Hulot G (A41H-0153 AE33B-0447) H lse D (PP23B-2331) Hulsman P (H53H-1805) Hultquist C (NH22B-02) Humber M L (GC51E-1247) Humberset B K (SM43B-2495) Humberston J L (OS23A-2004) Hummel M (NH31A-1888) Hummer D R (MR23A-2657) Humphrey V (G12A-03) Humphreys E (T23E-08) Hunana P (SH21C-2539) Hund S V (H33E-1579) Hundman K (IN23E-08) Hunfeld L B (MR41B-2697) Hung C (T21D-2845) Hung C (SM33A-2496) Hung R (S43A-2800) Hung S (T43B-3044) Hung S (OS23A-2005) Hungate B A (B33K-07) Huning L S (C14C-08) Hunt A G (NG23A-1828) Hunt B (EP33D-1009) Hunt G J (SM43D-09) Hunt L A (SA53B-2448) Hunt S (MR23A-2661) Huntrieser H (A34D-03) Huntzinger D N (GC23K-17) Huo L (GC21C-1119) Huo Z (H51H-1608) Hupp K (V33E-3170) Huppert K (EP54A-07 V52A-08) Huq E (H33M-04) Hur S (A51D-0085) Hurlburt N E (SH34A-06) Hurlbut K (EP23A-0933) Hurley D (P51D-03) Hurley J V (PP22A-08) Hurley R (S51A-2753) Hurst D F (A13G-0382) Hurst M D (EP53C-0974) Hurst S (PP31D-2335) Hurtt G C (GC23I-01) Husak G J (GC41B-1084) Hussain Y (H23F-1616 S43A-2789) Hussey D S (H13F-1465 H21J-05) Hussey G C (SA41A-2367) Hussey K (ED24A-02) Husson J M (PP22B-05) Husum K (PP43C-2341) Hut R (ED42B-03 H33E-1587) Hutchings J (B42D-07) Hutchins M (A53M-03) Hutchins M (H21H-08) I Iacono-Marziano G (V31C-3110) Iannaccone G (G11A-1060) Iavorivska L (H34C-07) Ibarra D E (PP43B-2327 PP51F-01) Ibarra D L (ED23A-0819) Ibourichene A S (DI43A-2656) Ibrahim W (IN31A-1756) Ichii K (B43A-0575) Ichinose G A (S51A-2754) Ichiyanagi K (PP31D-2331) Ichoku C M (GC42C-01) Ickes L (A11G-0102) Idaszak R (H41B-1336) Iddon F E (T51C-2920) Ide S (S51D-06) Idoko C M (GP43A-1222) Iezzi A M (S13D-02) Igel A L (A51O-04) Igel H (S14C-01 S23C-2780 S33D-2875) Igel M (A33I-0379) Igneczi A (C41D-0711) Ihaddadene K M (AE31A-05) Iiames J S (B51F-0480) Iida S (H31E-1428) Iimura H (EP51B-0894) Iinuma T (G51B-1118) Iizumi T (GC53F-04) Ikari M (T21C-2823) Ikeda K (C23B-0751) Ikeda M (OS41C-1969) Ikeda M (V34B-02) Ikehata Y (IN23B-1778) Ikeshima D (H21F-1478) Ikuta R (G51A-1071) Ildefonse B (OS24B-05) Ilhan I (T32C-02) Ilhardt P (V21B-07) Ilie R (SM11A-2128) Illien L (T11G-03) Im J (H11B-1302) Imai K (NH43A-1831) Imai M (P33C-2148) Imajo T (B13D-0614) Imamura M (MR51A-2678) Imamura N (DI23A-2585) Imanishi K (S31B-2738) Imano M (G31A-1044) Imasato M (H13F-1429) Imbach P A (H43K-1632) Imhoff P T (B21A-0435) Immel T J (SA11A-01) Immerzeel W (C14B-01) Inamdar A (GC53H-05) Inamdar P (C33B-0793) Inamdar S P (EP23B-0965) J J (H23D-1579) Jablonowski C (A31A-0001) Jachens E R (H43E-1499) Jackel B J (SH11C-2268) Jackson A (GP12A-09) Jackson B V (SH11C-2276 SH43B-2565) Jackson C R (H33B-1542) Jackson C (V41A-3114) Jackson D D (S21A-2684) Jackson I (DI11A-2326) Jackson J M (NH53D-06) Jackson L P (G11B-1066) Jackson M D (OS31D-2054) Jackson M G (DI11A-2342) Jackson M J (GP31A-1284) Jackson N D (GC52C-03) Jackson R (C51A-0653 PP12C-04) Jackson R B (GC22A-06 H24E-01) Jackson S T (PA34A-05) Jackson-Booth N (AE22A-03 AE23B-0420 SA41A-2359) Jacob B (IN44A-06) Jacob D (A21O-01 GC24C-02) Jacob J C (IN13B-1659) Jacobs A B (C41D-0705) Jacobs K (GC34D-03) Jacobs K M (S33A-2821) Jacobs N (A41F-0101) Jacobs P (PA53B-18 PP33A-2340) Jacobson A R (SA41A-2361) Jacobson M Z (ED12A-08 U13A-04 U51A-03) Jacobson S A (V41A-3107) Jacquet J (EP41A-0897) Jadamec M A (DI22A-08 T23C-2949) Jaeckel K P (T31E-2954) Jaeger J M (T41G-01) Jaeger K L (EP33D-1019) Jafari N (GC23D-1274) Jafarov E E (GC43E-1206) Jafarzadegan K (H21A-1374) Jaffe B E (NH41A-1757) Jaffe D A (A11M-0178 B31J-02) Jaffe P R (B31C-0490) Jagannathan K (GC11C-1154) Jagdeo J (H33I-1684) Jagers B (IN23A-1762) Jagoutz O E (PP22B-07) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 255 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Hutchison A A (S42A-04) Huth A (C21B-0689) Huth T (PP53B-2386) Hutton E (EP43A-0941) Hutyra L (B53M-01) Huybers P J (PP33D-03 PP34B-08) Huyck C K (IN33B-1821 NH43D-01) Huynh K T (B21F-0487) Hwang C (C11A-0740) Hwang H (A23K-0388) Hwang J (H13A-1333) Hwang J (G21A-0995) Hwang J (S11A-2439) Hwang J (SM31A-2484) Hwang K (H11B-1301) Hwang K (SM21A-2441) Hwang L (IN33C-06) 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(A31D-0079) Jang M (H51F-1551) Janiga M (A31H-0148) Janiszewski H A (T31D-2944) Janitzek N P (SH51B-2586) Jankowski K L (GC23D-1273) Janney P E (V31A-3086) Jansen M (A11F-0082 A32E-03) Jansky J (AE31A-08) Janssen M A (U22A-07) Janvier M (SH53A-03) Janzen P H (SH23A-02) Jaoui M (A33E-0285 A43E-0286) Jara J (S43D-07) Jara J A (S23A-2764) Jaraula C (OS21B-1967) Jarboe N (GP31B-1295) Jarchow C (H11B-1294) Jardani A (H43F-1518) Jardine K (B34C-09) Jarecke K M (H21C-1423) Jaret S (P23A-2151) Jarnot A W (B33C-0627) Jarrin Tamayo P A (T51E-2978) Jarsjo J (GC31J-04) J rvi L (A31K-04 B42B-04) Jarvis C (A43D-0248) Jarvis G T (DI31B-2644) Jarvis I (GC51F-05) Jasbinsek J J (DI41C-2645) Jasechko S (H52B-01) Jasinski J M (SM41C-2447) Jasinski M F (GC31G-1179 H33O-03) Jasperse J (A44C-02) Jastrow J D (B43C-0634) Jatiningrum R S (PP33A-2348) Jault D (DI13A-2354) Jaumann R (P41C-04 P43D-06 P52B-01) Jautzy J J (PP11B-2008) Javakhishvili Z (S53A-2826) Javed M (A44D-02) Jayadevan A (GC33D-1267) Jayarathne T S (A31B-0029) Jayne R (GC41C-1110) Jaynes A N (SM41E-05 SM43E-07) Jazaei F (H23K-06) Jeandet L (EP53B-0936 EP54A-05) Jeanloz R (P53D-03) Jeanne P (S31B-2752) Jee G (SA53B-2450) Jeen S (H33A-1498) Jeevanjee N (A33B-0221 A51L-03) Jefferson A (ED21D-0796 ED52A-07 H12E-03) Jeffery C A (SM11C-2163) Jeffries G R (GC53A-1274) Jelenak A (IN23A-1764) Jemison N (B14A-05) Jena C K (A43G-0326) Jencks J H (IN53C-1913) Jenkins J (DI31A-2615) Jenney A M (A11K-0151) Jennings K S (C51B-0656) Jensen B J (V11A-2747) Jensen D (GC51H-03) Jensen E J (A13G-0371 A42F-03) Jensen J B (SM53A-08) Jensen K (H11A-1283) Jensen L (ED43B-0858) Jensen M (EP12B-07) Jensen M P (A51L-07) Jensen R (S51A-2748) Jensen T G (OS21B-1971) Jenson J W (H52C-02) Jeon C (NH41B-1779) Jeon S (A33H-0349) Jeon T (G21A-0996) Jeon W (H43D-1461) Jeong G (A11B-0022) Jeong G (NH43C-1882) Jeong H Y (H33A-1520) Jeong J (H33H-1661) Jeong J (A11G-0101) Jeong J (H33H-1648) Jeong S (C44B-07) Jeong S (EP33C-1006) Jeong S (GC51B-1141) Jeppson T (T42A-03) Jerolmack D J (EP34A-06 EP42A-08) Jerszurki D (H11B-1295) Jervis D (A23A-0184) Jespersen R G (GC43B-1159) Jetz W (GC13I-02 IN54A-03) Jew A D (H21J-04) Jewell L A (P33C-2169) Jha B (S31B-2768) Jha S K (A43G-0337) Jha S (ED43D-0885) Ji C (S13A-2541) Ji D (GC33B-1238) Ji H (SM21A-2457) Ji J (A21E-0110) Ji P (PA51B-2263) Ji S (A23J-0358) Ji W (EP21B-0875) Ji X (H53H-1820) Ji Y (T21C-2834) Ji Y (MR41B-2701) Jia B (A31B-0032) Jia B (H21G-1495) Jia F (A43D-0266) Jia G (B13E-0658) Jia G (OS54B-06) Jia J (GC11A-1119) Jia S (GC51E-1216 PA13C-1989) Jia S (T43E-3088) Jia X (SM41C-2455) Jia X (GC33D-1265) Jia Y (OS23B-2029) Jia Y (SH21B-2526) Jia Y (G43A-1047) Jia Z (S41B-2784) Jian M (H41D-1363) Jian S (B41D-0472) Jian Z (C13D-0872) Jiang C (SH12B-04) Jiang C (S41A-2766) Jiang C (B31B-0462 B53I-0631) Jiang C (GC33C-1263) Jiang H (T12A-03) Jiang J (H21C-1414) Jiang J (T23C-2946) Jiang J H (A43N-05 A51A-0002) Jiang J (G32A-08) Jiang L (H51P-06) Jiang L (C33B-0792) Jiang P (IN11E-03) Jiang P (V23B-2971) Jiang S (A31H-0154) Jiang S (A33E-0295) Jiang W (MR51C-2720) Jiang W (T23B-2927) Jiang W (A33H-0336) Jiang X (A33J-0394) Jiang X (S11A-2427) Jiang X (NS23A-1920) Jiang X (A41F-0098) Jiang Y (G51A-1074) Jiang Y (IN14A-02) Jiang Y (A11D-0048 G23A-1019) Jiang Y (DI23A-2597) Jianming Z (V51A-3042) Jiao C (B33F-0684) Jiao J (H51L-06) Jiao L (S23B-2777) Jiao T (B41G-0536) Jiao Y (B41F-0519) Jicha B R (T14C-03) Jickells T D (B12A-02) Jih R (S31A-2716) Jilek E (T31F-2984) Jimenez G (A31C-0036) Jimenez J L (A41M-02) Jimenez-Martinez J (H13N-01) Jin C (H23C-1558) Jin E (A13E-0334) Jin F (A33N-02 A43K-03) Jin G (MR51C-2733) Jin H (A52E-07) Jin H (H33J-1693) Jin M (GC11C-1155) Jin R (B33E-0668) Jin S (G44A-08) Jin S (NH43A-1808) Jin X (A54B-07) Jin X (V13D-2883) Jin Y (B43A-0549) Jin Z (GC53A-1265) Jing F (GC33A-1211) Jing P (A23I-0340) Jing R (A43I-0369) Jing Y (S31C-2788) Jing Z (MR23A-2662 V41B-3117) Jingrong Z (B43A-0558) Jisan M (A43I-0382) Jiskoot H (C41E-0716) Jo D S (A53C-0296) Jo E (S11D-2507) Jo H (OS23C-2060) Jo M (S31A-2724) Jo Y (A23C-0224) Jobe Z R (OS12C-07) Jochum K P (PP23B-2322) Johanson I A (G14A-02) John B E (T31H-02) John C M (B21H-0514) John C (GC42A-06) John T (T52B-05) Johnson A (B31A-0457) Johnson A (V13B-2836) Johnson A (DI51A-2651) Johnson A (SM31B-2492) Johnson B W (A33F-0306 PP31A-2257) Johnson B A (OS23B-2042) Johnson B C (P13A-1907) Johnson B D (EP13D-03) Johnson B C (P44A-06) Johnson B (A43A-0191) Johnson C A (NH13A-1748) Johnson C (PA24B-05 PA43A-2177) Johnson C W (G33B-1094 G41C-03) Johnson D J (B34C-04) Johnson E R (V43E-3192) Johnson E S (C53D-0775) Johnson E R (EP22B-07) Johnson F (H42E-03 H51H-1585) Johnson J (SM53A-09) Johnson J R (P11B-1856 V41C-01) Johnson J E (B43D-01) Johnson J E (PP33B-2360) Johnson J S (GC34A-04) Johnson J S (A44E-04) Johnson J P (EP33D-1010) Johnson K L (T41B-2902) Johnson K S (OS42A-05) Johnson K N (EP33B-0986) Johnson K D (GC24C-08) Johnson K E (V13C-2857) Johnson L (OS31C-2035) Johnson L (H51H-1580) Johnson L P (ED51B-0800) Johnson L E (H21C-1420) Johnson M S (A41A-0005) Johnson N C (H14E-04) Johnson P V (OS34A-06 P43B-2103) Johnson P A (S23A-2750) Johnson P J (V11C-2790) Johnson P L (NH41B-1784) Johnson R (PA43A-2157) Johnson S (GP31B-1301 OS12B-01) Johnson S (NS43A-1921) Johnson S L (H32E-07) Johnson T M (B14A-04) Johnson T C (H34A-07) Johnson W (G33A-1077) Johnston B R (A13G-0376) Johnston E C (V23D-3022) Johnston M V (A33E-0279) Joiner J (B53L-04) Jokinen T (A33E-0291) Jokipii J R (SH51G-06) Jolitz R (P13A-1915) Jolivet L (T14B-08 T53B-07) Jolivet R (G21C-07) Jollands M (V33D-3149) Jolliff B L (P53A-2183) Jonas E (SH34A-02) Jonas T (C44A-05) Jonczyk J C (H13M-1597 H33J-1695) Jones A L (A11I-0124) Jones A S (H34F-03) Jones A D (GC23B-1235 NG33B-1869 U42A-05) Jones A D (SM31B-2493) Jones B M (GC21A-1060) Jones B (ED23A-0812) Jones C (H13A-1343 H23H-1682) Jones C E (G22A-04) Jones C (A11N-0195 A43O-04) Jones C (H24B-03) Jones D K (H23A-1536) Jones H (GC51G-05) Jones J C (SA41A-2364) Jones J (G31B-1050) Jones J (C43B-0750 T51C-2926) Jones L (PA31E-01) Jones M B (IN33C-05 IN34A-01 PP51C-2318) Jones M (SA51A-2400) Jones M (V34C-05) Jones R E (T43E-3091) Jones S (SA42A-04) Jones S I (SH43A-2555) Jones S A (GP23A-1317) Jones T (H11E-04) Jones T R (PP11D-03) Jong B (A41L-08) Jongman B (NH23C-1873) Jonko A K (GC31F-1171) Jonsdottir K (V53C-3124) Joo J (H43D-1464) Joo Y (NS23A-1926) Joodaki S (GC41C-1114) Jordahl K A (A33P-08) Jordan A (SH52A-06) Jordan A (A41N-05) Jordan B (ED23A-0817) Jordan J J (NS33B-1972) Jordan M (V53E-08) Jordan P D (H33N-08) Jordan T (C53A-0696) Jordan T A (C22C-08) Jordanova V (SM11A-2131 SM23C-02) Jorgenson J C (B52C-09) Jorgenson T (B21L-07 EP12B-04) Jorjiashvili N (S31C-2791) Jorry S (OS41C-1984) Joseph A T (A41H-0168) Joseph J (P34A-07) Joshi D R (SA13A-2103) Joshi G (NH53A-1989) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 256 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Joshi K (V13A-2820) Joshi S (H51I-1644) Josset L (PA11E-03) Jost A (H53G-1781 H53H-1810) Joswig J S (B31K-02) Jougnot D (H43F-1511 H43F-1512) Jouzel J (U23A-03) Jovane L (T41E-3009) Jovanelly T (ED23A-0814) Jovanovic T (H13C-1384) Joyce C J (SH51C-2602) Joyce M (C33B-0783) Joynt E (B11C-0480) Ju L (H31F-1454) Ju W (GC23B-1241) Juanes R (H51O-02 H54C-01) Juarez A M (H13Q-01) Jucker M (A23I-0349 A31H-0152) Juday G P (B53G-0604) Judge J (H23N-06) Judt F (IN33A-1797) Juez C (H23B-1539) Juhasz A (P31B-2098) Juhel K (T43C-3062 T53A-03) Juhlin C (T41A-2893) Juhlin K (GC51C-1164) Juli J (S21E-02) Julien K A (NG11A-03) Jun C (SM11B-2148) Jun I (SM51E-2538) Jun J (NS23A-1904) Jun K (EP21C-0889) Jun W s (S43B-2833) Jun Z (SM41C-2454) Jung C (B33E-0671) Jung E (PA14B-08) Jung H (T31E-2955) Jung H (H13F-1464) Jung H (B13C-0579) Jung H (A33C-0238) Jung J (B41C-0446) Jung J Y (H11A-1277) Jung J (B21I-0547) Jung J (MR13A-2384) Jung J (B21A-0432 H31L-04) Jung J (SH31B-2599) Jung J (A21F-0137) Jung Y (A41F-0123) Jung Y (A23F-0290) Junginger A (PP23A-2310) Junium C K (PP23B-2333) Junod R (GC51D-1188) 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(C13C-0831) Kane M (SM51F-2561) Kane R (OS41A-1943) Kane V R (B54B-01) Kaneda Y (S31A-2718) Kanekal S G (SM44C-09) Kaneko D (GC54A-05) Kaneko K (V43A-3139) Kaneko Y (MR33C-04 S41A-2739) Kang D (C51B-0663) Kang D (H43B-1419) Kang G (H53C-1715) Kang H (A31B-0023) Kang H (A33E-0280) Kang I (H33I-1679) Kang J (A23C-0234) Kang J (T21A-2803) Kang J (V51A-3050) Kang K (C42B-02) Kang M (H33I-1685) Kang M (B41B-0404) Kang P K (H51C-1473) Kang S M (A11F-0074 A51Q-07) Kang S (B21A-0433) Kang S (NS41B-1916 S23C-2789) Kang S (A13B-0246) Kang S (G41B-1020) Kang S (C12A-01) Kang S (OS31B-2017) Kang S (T43C-3066) Kang S (A53J-07) Kang S (SM21B-06) Kang T (S53A-2792) Kang W (A53B-0267) Kannenberg S (B51L-04) Kanno Y (GC23A-1212) Kano M (S33D-2862) Kanoglu U (NH41A-1742 NH43B-1856) Kantola I B (H13B-1358) Kanzaki Y (PP23C-2340) Kao A (A13C-0279) Kao K (ED41A-0808) Kao S (H51F-1555) Kapadia A (H31F-1465) Kaper H G (PP31B-2270) Kaplan D A (GC23F-1295 H23G-1675 NG21A-1815) Kaplan E (GP12A-08 GP23B-1338) 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V53C-3105) Karmakar S (A31I-0159) Karmalkar A (A54D-06) Karpen J T (SH53A-04) Karpen J (SH43C-2585) Karplus M S (PA31D-2219 S41A-2722) Karpytchev M (OS31B-2010) Karra S (H53L-04) Karraker N E (ED13A-0921) Karran D J (H53E-1746) Karrenbach M H (S51D-02) Karrouk M (NH51B-1933 PA13B-1980) Karson J A (T51C-2947) Karsten L R (H43H-1564) Karwan D L (B23C-0595) Karydis V (A13M-04) Kasaee Roodsari B (H33M-02) Kasai K (A41F-0096) Kasbohm J (V43F-06) Kaseke K F (PP31D-2333) Kashyap C A (B51A-0386) Kasmerchak C S (EP33B-0979) Kaspari S (C12A-07) Kasper J (GC51C-1181) Kasper J C (SH42A-04 SH51A-2568 SH53A-08) Kasper T (PP13B-2089) Kaspi Y (A54A-06 P24B-06) Kasprak A (EP51D-07) Kass A (NS23B-05) Kassab C (C41B-0661) Kassam A (NS23A-1913) Kassianov E (A13H-0387) Kassin A (IN53C-1901) Kasson A (B21H-0515) Kast E (PP21E-02) Kastens K A (ED11F-04 ED51E-0827) Kasting J F (P21C-2109) K stle E (S41A-2751) K stner K (EP54B-07) Kastner S E (OS23B-2032) Kastrinos J R (H33E-1585) Katakami S (S41C-06) Katano K (G51B-1114) Kataoka F (A41F-0110) Kataoka T (OS23C-2057) Katayama I (P21A-2071) Katich J M (A51N-02) K tker A (MR41A-2693) Kato A (MR33C-01 S52C-06) Kato A (B42C-03) Kato E (GC23B-1233) Kato S (GC31D-1137) Kato S (P53A-2168) Kato T (B54A-07) Katoh Y (SM31A-2464) Katopody D T (T21A-2794) Katsuhama N (GC51B-1152) Katsuki K (PP43B-2334) Katsura T (MR41E-08) Katsuyama M (H34C-06) Katsuyama Y (C51B-0657) Kattel D B (GC13J-03) Kattenhorn S A (T33E-02) Katz O (EP23A-0953) Katz R F (DI14A-02) Kaub L (GP33A-07) Kaul C M (A33I-0384) Kauppi P (GC22A-07) Kaur R (A33H-0344) Kaushal N (PP51D-2346) Kaushik A (PP31D-2318) Kautz M A (H21E-1460) Kautz M (PA52A-04) Kavanagh L (ED33G-04 OS31D-2063 PP31A-2253) Kavassalis S (A43E-0276) Kaviani A (DI31B-2643 T51A-2898) Kavka P (H53H-1811) Kavosi S (SM43E-05) Kavutarapu V (SA13A-2091) Kavvas M L (GC13C-1206 NG11A-01) Kawa S R (A23N-01) Kawabata E (S11B-2449) Kawaguchi Y (C41A-0646) Kawai K (A21E-0127) Kawai Y (GC43E-1209) Kawakatsu H (DI23C-01) Kawamura A D (SH31B-2546) Kawano N (B33H-0714) Kawano T (A41C-0053) Kawasaki K (OS23C-2062) Kawase H (S13A-2543 S33B-2832) Kawashima H (B21H-0521) Kawzenuk B (A51E-0107) Kay C (SH13B-2298) Kay J E (IN31F-01) Kay S M (T11D-2658) Kaya S (H41A-1279) Kayastha R B (C11C-0790) Kayler Z E (B23I-04) Kazachenko M (SH34A-03) Kazemifar F (EP33C-0992 EP33C-0993) Kazil J (A43B-0204) KC B (B33H-0697) KC K B (PA43A-2176) Kc M (B13E-0664) Ke C (C43B-0757) Ke L (C13D-0870) Ke W (H23G-1655) Ke Y (NH11A-1706) Kealoha A K (GC21G-1167) Keane J T (DI33A-06) Kearney W S (H31F-1451) Keating T J (A53H-01) Kebe I (A51C-0052) Kebreab E (GC41F-01) Kedar S (P34A-08) Keeble-Toll A K (PA41B-2137) Keeler D G (PP21A-2254) Keeley J E (GC44B-01) Keeling R F (B52D-07) Keellings D (GC53B-1281) Keen-Zebert A (EP53C-0979) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 257 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Keenan T F (B31I-08) Keene C A (A51G-0144) Keener V W (PA33D-06) Keers H (ED51J-01) Kees C E (EP53F-1053) Keesee A M (SM53C-05) Kefauver S C (B53H-0606 ED33F-0920) Kehoe H (B53B-0531) Kehoe K W (V11B-2767) Kehrl L M (C13C-0835) Keifer I S (S13B-2558) Keika K (SM11A-2127) Keilbach D (SH21B-2520 SH31A-2529) Keim R (H53J-03) Keith M K (EP53C-0984) Kelbert A (GP23D-02 GP42A-05) Kelemen P B (GC21J-07) Kelleher C (H32E-03) Kelleher M (A53B-0283) Keller C (V11D-06) Keller D P (GC23C-1244 GC23C-1246) Keller G R (T44A-01 T53D-03) Keller M M (GC24B-08) Keller T (V24A-04) Kellerman A C (SM43B-2505) Kelley C A (B41A-0385) Kelley C (OS34A-04) Kelley C P (PA23B-2218) Kelley D I (GC44B-02) Kelley K A (V31E-05) Kellner C R (DI23B-2613) Kellner J R (B34A-07) Kellner R E (H11F-06) Kellogg L H (ED42B-01 IN23F-03 V31E-08) Kellogg P J (SH33A-07) Kelly A L (PP13B-2078) Kelly C M (T43D-3071) Kelly C S (PP41C-2263) Kelly C L (H13G-1485) Kelly J F (A13J-08 H51D-1505) Kelly M A (PP21A-2258) Kelly R W (EP42A-06 EP53E-1038) Kelly S A (EP21D-0917) Kelsey K (GC43B-1160) Kelson J (V43B-3153) Kemeny P C (PP23B-2326) Kemerait R C (S34A-05) Kemna A (H34A-06) Kemp C (IN42A-04) Kemper J T (H13C-1385) Kempf S (P33A-2119) Kemppinen O (A33F-0304) Kempton D (SH34A-07) Kenda B (P21B-2083) Kendall B (B43F-05) Kendall E A (SA21B-2372) Kendall J M (V42B-01) Kenigsberg A (T21D-2841) Kennedy J H (GC21A-1051) Kennedy M C (GC51E-1236) Kennedy R E (B44C-02) Kenney M (V13D-2888) Kent A J (T43G-07) Kent E R (H11B-1311) Kentel E (H31F-1452) Kenward D R (SM51C-2508) Kenyon P M (C33A-0767) Keogh M (GC23D-1275) Kepko L (SM41B-2428 SM52A-08) Keppel-Aleks G (GC12A-08) Keramitsoglou I (PA21B-2199) Keranen K M (T43G-01 V53C-3121) Kerby J (GC43B-1153) Kergadallan X (NH31A-1896) Kerkez B (H11H-02) Kerlow I (PA31D-2222 PA54A-08) Kern A (B33G-0692) Kern C (V43A-3123) Kerr R C (C51A-0636) Kershaw P (IN34A-07 IN43C-1705) Kershner C M (C41E-0726) Kerstetter S R (T41E-2974) Kervalishvili G (SM43C-03) Keshavarzi M (EP23B-0959) Keshtpoor M (NH22A-03 OS23A-1984) Keshvardoost R (NS31A-1924) Kessouri P (H33P-04) Ketcheson S J (H41G-02) Kettle N (PA43B-2215) Kettner A J (H41B-1310) Keutsch F N (GC33B-1230) Key K (DI21A-06) Keylock C J (A23B-0219) Khabarova O (SH51F-2639) Khadka A K (EP23A-0927) Khadka M B (H52D-01) Khadka S (SA13A-2096) Khajehei S (H43C-1433) Khakhalova E (GP31A-1279) Khalsa S S (IN31D-1787) Khan A (P33D-2188) Khan A L (C12A-05 H13L-1592) Khan A (B33G-0693) Khan A (H43J-1620) Khan H F (H54F-07) Khan I (AE33A-0425) Khan K M (PA31A-2197) Khan M (H41C-1353) Khan M A (EP51A-0869) Khan N A (H33A-1506) Khan N (PP51B-2296) Khan R (H13F-1432) Khan S (S33B-2836) Khan S A (G13C-02) Khan T (B33D-0639) Khan U T (H31F-1466) Kharbouche S (B31B-0477) Khatiwada K R (GC11B-1145) Khazaei B (H51H-1629) Khazai B (NH21C-04) Khazanov G V (SA52A-04) Khazmutdinova K (H13I-1529) Kheshgi H S (H13B-1351) Kheyrollah Pour H (A23A-0176) Khider D (PP43A-2309) Khim B (PP43A-2300 T41D-2965) Kholodov A L (B43C-0619) Khorsandi S (H13F-1438 H51O-07) Khoshmanesh M (G51A-1079) Khosronejad A (EP51C-05) Khouakhi A (A51E-0102) Khouider B (A32E-07) Khrustalev K (S31A-2691) Khurana K K (SM43D-08) 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(PP41A-2233) Kim H (A11H-0114) Kim H (PA41C-2148) Kim H (A23C-0240) Kim H (A51P-08) Kim H (A33J-0407) Kim H (A31D-0073) KIM H (A11H-0113) Kim H (EP43C-0989) Kim H (SM11A-2125 SM11B-2147) Kim H (H53H-1809) Kim H (A21C-0042) Kim H (A41E-0087) Kim H (H31G-1471) Kim H A (A23L-08) KIM I (OS43B-2037) KIM J (B41G-0533) Kim J (H43D-1470) Kim J (H21G-1494) Kim J (PA41B-2138) Kim J (T23B-2936) Kim J (H41G-04) Kim J (G43A-1050) Kim J (B31G-0539) Kim J (IN13B-1661) Kim J (B33E-0663) Kim J (A21G-0149) Kim J (A51C-0053) Kim J (A54D-05) Kim J (B13C-0585) Kim J (H43K-1630) Kim J (NG32A-08) Kim J (B53I-0626) Kim J (PP31B-2277) Kim J (ED13B-0937) Kim J (A11U-06) KIM J (SM41D-2459) Kim J (EP41B-0911 P51C-2156) Kim J (T21D-2874) Kim J (S33D-2865) Kim J (A23I-0347 A43G-0331) Kim K (S11C-2471) Kim K (SM31A-2455) Kim K (H33I-1680) Kim K (PA23B-2224) Kim K (C13A-0800) Kim K (H23F-1638) Kim K (H54C-06) Kim K (GC51A-1131) Kim K (S53A-2844) Kim K (GC21C-1102) Kim K J (P33D-2192) Kim K (A21D-0074) Kim M (A41B-0033) Kim M (A51J-0214) Kim M J (A43E-0279) Kim M (A41A-0012) Kim M (H21B-1386) Kim M (B11D-0487) Kim M (GC33A-1217) Kim M (T51D-2966) Kim M Y (SA41B-2373) Kim N (A51D-0079) Kim O (B14D-05) Kim P (A51J-0209) Kim R (C51C-0672) Kim S (H43J-1611) Kim S (H21C-1404) Kim S (A23C-0237) Kim S (NH43A-1802) Kim S (H51H-1606) Kim S (A43D-0254) Kim S (H13G-1487) Kim S (EP41C-0926) Kim S (S43B-2859) Kim S (C33B-0802 GC51A-1127) Kim S (H43J-1603) Kim S (A51D-0094) Kim S (S34A-02) Kim S (A43G-0320) Kim S (EP21C-0888) Kim S (B32C-06) Kim S (SM13B-2204) Kim S (EP21B-0863) Kim S (H53I-08) Kim S (A23F-0288) Kim S (P11C-1875) Kim S (A53E-0346) Kim S (H43J-1608) Kim S (OS23C-2054) Kim T K (SH41C-2546 SM32A-03) Kim T (S31A-2725) Kim T (OS43A-2020) KIm T (H43J-1617) Kim T (GC43D-1195) Kim T (H51L-04) Kim T (NG41A-1721) Kim T K (SM51E-2531) Kim U (H33A-1517) Kim W (GC51A-1119) Kim W (H43D-1448) Kim W (A41F-0122) Kim W (SH11B-2233) Kim Y (B33H-0706) Kim Y (A53G-02) Kim Y (H23A-1525) Kim Y (V23D-3016) Kim Y (EP53F-1051) Kim Y (A21C-0043) Kim Y (GC43B-1152) Kim Y (OS43A-2018) Kim Y (NH53B-2003) Kim Y (T11C-2631) Kim Y (B11A-0419) Kim Y (DI22A-06) Kim Y (H43H-1561) Kim Y (GC43A-1144) Kim Y (B53G-0595) Kim Y (GC21E-1149) Kim Y (H41K-08 OS51B-2056) Kim Oanh N (A31B-0020) Kim-Hak D (A23A-0186) Kimata F (NH53B-2004) Kimball H (GC21C-1122) Kimball S M (PA44B-04) Kimbrough A K (PP23D-06) Kimura G (T42C-03) Kimura H (T23A-2877) Kimura J (T11C-2628) Kimura T (DI41C-2638) Kimura T (P21E-03 P33C-2143) Kincaid D W (H43D-1467) King A T (GC21D-1131) King A W (B13E-0665) King C R (V43C-3166) King C (NH23D-01) King E K (V54A-07) King E (B32A-08) King G E (T31A-2886 T44B-07) King J L (PA11D-07) King L (C41D-0712) King M A (C21B-0682 G13C-01 G51B1106 G52A-03) King M D (C13C-0855) King O (C13D-0866) King S D (P43C-2125) King T M (C51A-0649) King T A (ED23E-08 IN31B-1766) King T (H33B-1533) Kingslake J (C54A-06) Kingsley C (PP43D-01) Kinkade D (IN41D-01) Kinnard C (C43C-04) Kinney P (GC12A-03) Kinney S (T42D-05) Kinoshita C (NH21A-1837) Kinoshita M (T43H-03) Kinoshita T (A11E-0066) Kinouchi T (H13L-1587) Kinrade J (SM51E-2542) Kinsey E N (H21C-1411 H23C-1557) Kintner J A (S31A-2717) Kintner P M (C21B-0688) Kipnis E L (H33J-1702) Kiraly A (T54A-02) Kirat N H (B31E-0525) Kirby J T (NH34A-02) Kirby M (PP42B-03 PP53B-2383) Kirby S H (DI44A-04) Kirchhoff C (PA43B-2197) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 258 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Kirchholtes R (B53A-0514) Kirchner J W (EP51A-0861 H11D-02 H14D-01 H22A-01) Kirchner P B (B53G-0597) Kirchoff M R (P33A-2124) Kireev A (T41E-2986) Kirezci C (A43G-0336) Kirillova V (PP13A-2049) Kirk M F (B31H-0564) Kirk M S (SH11A-2223) Kirkels F (B13C-0593 B23F-03) Kirkpatrick J D (T11F-06) Kirn M (ED41B-01) Kiro Y (PP33B-2371) Kirpes R (A23K-0393) Kirschbaum D (H13R-02 PA23B-2219) Kirschvink J L (GP51C-1407) Kirshen P H (PA31A-2195) Kirshner M (P11B-1851) Kirstetter P (H13R-06) Kirtland Turner S (U41A-07) Kirtman B P (A34E-02) Kirwan M L (EP32B-03) Kis A (GP51A-1377 SH21A-2517) Kiser E (V43G-07) Kiss A M (H11E-03) Kistenmacher M (H21D-1431) Kistler L M (SM43C-01) Kita H (P33C-2146) Kita S (S33A-2810) Kita Y (A53B-0268) Kitada K (OS41C-1977) Kitada N (NH53C-2008) Kitade Y (OS31A-1999) Kitahara M (SM31A-2463) Kitamura M (T51B-2902) Kitamura N (SM21A-2428) Kitamura Y (A23B-0197) Kitazawa Y (GC41A-1066) Kite E S (EP43D-04 P23E-07) Kitiashvili I (SH21E-2570) Kitoh A (A13E-0312) Kitov I (S31A-2703 S31A-2705) Kiuchi R (S13A-2542) Kivelson M (SM44B-03) Kivlin S N (B53D-0550) Kiyokawa S (V13A-2830) Kjeldsen K K (C33C-0841) Kj ll H (T31B-2891) Klassert C J (H43Q-02) Klauberg Silva C (B23D-0602) Klaus J (H21B-1391 H53F-1776) Klavans J M (A11F-0085) Klehmet K (NH31A-1887) Klein A G (C33B-0794) Klein B Z (V51B-01) Klein E (G23A-1013 G31C-01) Klein E S (B41C-0433) Klein E A (PA33A-2230) Klein F (B31A-0448) Klein J (V53D-3156) Klein K G (SH12A-04 SH51D-2610) Kleinboehl A (P21B-2106) Kleine B I (V31A-3065) Kleinen T (B21L-03) Kleinherenbrink M (OS12A-01) Klemann V (G11A-1050) Klemme S (V33F-3185) Klemperer S L (T21B-2816 T33B-3025) Klenzing J (SA23A-2374) Kletetschka G (GP43A-1233) Kletzing C (SM34B-06) Kliem B (SH12B-01 SH13B-2292) Klima K (PA31E-08) Klimaszewski-Patterson A (PP41C-2282) Klimchuk J A (SH33A-03) Kline K L (H13B-1363) Kling A (P33D-2181) Kling M (A23E-0277) Klingelhoefer F (S53C-08 T31C-2918 T31F-2977) Klinger B (P53A-2180) Klinger C (A52C-07) Klinger M J (C13D-0858) Klise K A (A21G-0159) Klobas J E (A43A-0186) Kl cking M (T52A-06) Klos A (G14A-04 G31B-1067) Klos P Z (PA51A-2244) Klose M (A21E-0123) Klotsko S (C53C-0744) Klotzsche A (NS32A-01) Kluber L A (B13D-0639) Kluesner J (OS21A-1944) Klug Boonstra S (ED21E-01) Kluger M O (NH41B-1783) Klump J F (IN11B-1623 U52A-05) Klyukin Y (T43A-3025) Knapmeyer M (DI41A-2609 P42A-04) Knapmeyer-Endrun B (DI41A-2595) Knapp C C (GC41C-1113) Knapp J H (GC41C-1112) Knapp J L (H41H-02) Knapp S (NH43C-1885) Knauer J (B14B-04) Kneafsey T J (B23G-02) Kneifel S (A11P-07) Kneller B C (OS12C-06) Knepley M (T23C-2955) Knezek N R (DI43A-2665) Knight D (ED23B-0822) Knight R J (H43L-01 H54B-03) Knightes C D (H23A-1532) Knighton J (H14D-02) Knipp D (PA24A-03 SA41C-02 SA42A-06) Knipper K R (H21D-1437) Knobelspiesse K D (A51B-0030) Knorr M A (B12B-06) Knosp B (IN23B-1770) Knote C J (A54B-05) Knowland K (A11E-0060) Knowles J F (H33R-03) Knowles N (GC13E-1242) Knox H A (GC13G-1262 S11D-2497) Knox R G (B31G-0548) Knox S (H41B-1319) Knudsen D J (SM41E-03) Knudsen P (G13B-1094 G21A-0991 NH24A-07) Knudson K P (PP21E-05) Knuteson R (A41F-0102) Knutti R (GC24D-09) Knyazikhin Y (A23D-0253) Ko B (DI31A-2623) Ko D (B11F-0523) Ko H (A13B-0241) Ko J (GC51A-1122) Ko J (DI23A-2601) Ko T (PP43A-2311) Ko T (H21E-1457) Ko Y (SH43B-2569) Kobashi F (OS23C-2061) Kobayashi H (B53L-02) Kobayashi S (P11C-1866) Kobayashi T (S52C-03) Kobayashi T (NS23A-1928) Kobayashi Y (C23B-0750) Kobelski A (SM33A-2500) Kobs-Nawotniak S E (P31E-08) Kocaoglu A H (S41A-2768) Koch D M (IN13D-01) Koch J C (H42C-02) Koch J (H41K-03 PA53A-2272) Koch K (S11C-2462) Kocher M (SH13B-2297) Kochkin P (AE32A-08 AE33A-0421) Kochtitzky W H (C33B-0779) Kodaira S (T23F-07) Kodama K P (GP51D-05) Kodama K (A43D-0263) Kodamana R (C13B-0824) Kodera K (A13G-0377) Kodera Y (S32A-02) Koebli D J (V53C-3112) Koehler K (EP11B-1009) Koelemeijer P (DI11B-01 DI52A-06 S41A-2742) Koenig L (C41D-0703) Koenig W (B14C-06) Koester A J (PP11E-06) Koetje K M (EP24B-07) Koffman B G (PP51A-2293) Kofman W W (P43A-2084) Koga R (P23C-2181) Kogan M G (T31E-2968) Koh C (T11C-2634) Koh D (C31A-0735) Koh E (H13A-1324) Kohanpur A (H51B-1466) Kohfeld K E (GC13G-1258 PP41B-2250) Kohler E (P23A-2165) Kohler J (C51B-0655) K hler J (OS53A-2099) K hler P (B51B-0397) Kohler T J (B44B-01) Kohli A H (T33C-3044) Kohlmeyer C (ED11B-0902) Kohlstedt D L (T13E-05) Kohn M J (V24C-05) Kohyama T (A42E-06) Koike T (GC13C-1213 H43O-01) Kojima H (NH22B-06) Kok J F (A33G-0320 A41N-01) Koketsu K (S53B-2861) Kolandaivelu K (T13B-2711) Kolankowski S M (ED51C-0817 IN41A-1650) Kolassa J (H33H-1650) Kolawole F (S51E-3164 T51C-2933) Kolbe T (H21B-1395 H32A-02) Kolesar K R (A22F-05) Koll D D (P53B-2204) Kollet S J (H31I-01) Kolling H M (PP13A-2047) Kollmann P (P33C-2159) Kollonige D E (A34B-08) Kolmasova I (AE12A-05) Kolokolova L (P11C-1865) Kolotii A (PA13A-1977) Kolster C (GC41C-1109) Kolus H R (GC53D-1325) Komacek T D (P44B-08) Komada T (EP23B-0973) Komar C M (SM12A-01 SM44C-07) Komatsu Y (B21G-0507) Komjathy A (NH51A-1918) Komurcu M (A13A-0207) Kon S (NH41A-1761) Konadu D D (H43B-1413) Konca A (S21A-2681) Koncewicz E (C41C-0688) Kondo Y (A22F-03) Kondolf G M (H21I-08) Kondrashov D A (A23G-0302 NG11A-02 SM32A-01) Kone S (H43E-1489) Konecky B L (GC41B-1091 PP52B-01) Kong C (S53A-2784) Kong D (EP33A-0960) Kong F (S43B-2835) Kong H (OS31C-2032) Kong I (H13D-1411) Kong Q (S32A-08 S51E-3169) Kong W (GC21H-1181) Kong W (A23J-0366) Kong X (H51D-1508) Kong X (V43B-3142) Kong X (SH31B-2585) Kong X (C13A-0807 PP41A-2232) Kong X (H54C-03) Konings A G (B52B-03 H23N-01) Konno Y (B21G-0492 OS53D-01) Kono Y (MR21C-01) Konopczak A M (EP12B-01) Konor C S (A34A-08) Konovalov I B (A51N-05) Konrad H (C14A-02) Kontar Y Y (NH33A-1913 PA43A-2161) Konter J G (DI41C-2650) Kontgis C (GC51B-1149) Konuma Y (C13D-0865) Koo J (A51J-0207) Koo T (B11F-0537) Koo W (OS51C-2065) Koochak Z (AE23B-0425) Kooi J E (SH12B-06) Kooijmans L (B52B-06) Kooper R (IN51C-1867) Kooperman G J (A53G-07) Kopec B G (PP31D-2305) Kopeikin S M (G53A-04) Koper K (S31A-2721) Kopera M A (GC23H-06) Kopf A (NH21A-1838 T31D-2942) Kopf A J (P13A-1928) Kopp R E (OS23D-06) Koppa A (H21E-1468) Kopparla P (P33A-2123) Koptev A (T31F-2974 T41E-3011 T44C-06) Koranda S (IN34A-03) Korchinski M (T11E-07) Kordella L (AE23B-0429) Korkin S (A33F-0300) Kormos P R (C51C-0666) Kornbleuth M Z (SH31A-2535) Korneev S (H31D-1415) Kornfeld A (B53L-05) Kornhuber K (A12D-02) Korreck K E (SH51B-2588) Kort E A (A22G-02 A53M-08) Korte M C (DI11B-08 GP14C-01) Kortunov E (H33F-1597) Kosaka Y (A21B-0024 OS22B-08) Kosar B (SM43A-2483) Kosch M J (SH21F-03) Koshak W J (AE23A-0401) Kosiba A M (B11D-0490 B14C-04) Kosovic B (A21I-05) Kosovichev A G (SH14B-05) Kossobokov V G (NH54B-03 S11B-2448) Koster R D (H24C-01) Kostiuk T (P33C-2155) Kota S (A51P-02) Kothari S (ED41A-0795) Kotikian M (H31D-1410) Kotova A (SM51E-2545) Kotowski A J (T11F-07) Kotsiaros S (GP33A-03) Kouadio K (A13A-0209) Kouassi M (T41C-2932) Kouba D (SA21A-2357) Koulakov I (V33E-3162) Koulali A (T13A-2688) Koulialias D (GP31A-1277) Koustov A V (SM23A-2467) Kouznetsov A (SA41A-2368) Kovac N (B11A-0431) Kovac S A (ED43B-0856) Kovach R M (A43C-0228) Koval A (SA41A-2360) Koven C D (B54C-01 C22B-01) Kovenock M (B33E-0669) Kovilakam M (A51H-0161) Kowal V A (GC13D-1220) Kowalski J (C53B-0709 C53B-0713) Koyama C (B51F-0483) Koyama T (NS21C-02) Kozarek J L (EP52B-04) Kozarev K A (SH22B-01 SH32A-01) Kozimor J (IN23C-1781) Kozono Y (NH34A-01) Kraaijenbrink P D (C41C-0673) Krabbenhoeft A (S11A-2425 T11D-2641) Krafft D (OS23A-1997) Kraft M (H53A-1668) Kraft R (P33C-2154) Krajewski W F (H42E-02 NG12A-10) Krall J (SA23A-2393) Kramar M (SH43A-2558) Kramer L J (A14A-07) Kramer R J (A33B-0216) Kramkowski M A (PP43B-2318) Kraner M (G42A-01) Krantz J A (MR51A-2692) Krapu C (H53F-1761) Krasnoselskikh V (SH41A-2513) Krassovski M (IN33B-1813) Krastel S (OS21A-1951) Krasting J P (OS23D-08) Kraus E A (B21E-0463) Krause S (H33F-1616 H53J-04) Kravitz B (GC24A-05) Kravitz K (EP54A-04) Kravtsov S (A23G-0300 NG31A-1830) Krawczynski M (MR41E-03) Krayenhoff E S (B43I-03) Krcmaric J A (V23C-2997) Kreemer C (T13A-2678) Krehbiel C (IN53A-1875 IN53C-1914) Krehbiel P R (AE13A-0416) Kreitinger E (B13C-0588) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 259 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Kreller M A (IN33D-02) Kremens R (B51F-0473) Kremer A (PP13A-2060) Kremser S (A43A-0196) Kretke K (P42A-03) Kretschmer M (A51M-03 A53B-0289) Kreutz K J (PP53D-02) Kreylos O (ED51H-0843) Krieg C (EP23B-0974) Krien Y (GC23D-1257 NH31A-1871) Krimigis S M (SH23A-04) Krischer L (S21C-08 S23C-2785) Krishna B (IN13B-1664) Krishnamurthy V (A11K-0153) Krissansen-Totton J (PP22B-03) Kristensen L (A21E-0128) Kristjansson J E (A51H-0168) Krizan P (A23I-0343) Kroeger K D (GC43A-1139) Kroepelin S (PP41D-08) Krol Q E (C31A-0737) Kroll J H (A32C-06) Kroll K (S44C-05 S54B-04) Kroodsma D (OS14A-04) Kroon A (EP12B-08) Kropp H (B42D-03) Krotkov N A (NH43D-04) Krueger E T (B43A-0576) Krueger H E (T31D-2940) Krueger S K (A13L-06 A33I-0374) Kruger J M (NH11A-1719) Kruger T (GC21J-05) Krumpen T (C43B-0746) Krupar V (SH11C-2246) Krupnick A (H33N-02) Kruse C G (SA31C-03) Kruse S (T41B-2904) Krusor M (B11F-0517) Krylov P (PP13B-2067) Krzmarzick M J (B13D-0621) Ku L (NS21B-1899) Ku N (B51F-0481) Kuai L (A11L-0167) Kuang Y (A51H-0167) Kubar T L (A43D-0272) Kubicki J (H23C-1567) Kubo A I (V23C-2986) Kubo H (S53B-2863) Kubo K (MR13A-2416) Kubo T (T21C-2822) Kubo T (MR23A-2676) Kubokawa H (A43H-0352) Kubota Y (SM31A-2460) Kucala A (H51O-03) Kucera P A (H23F-1637) Kucera T A (SH43C-2583) Kuchar J (GC23D-1278) Kucharczyk M (H21E-1455) Kucharek H (SH31A-2530) K chler N (A21A-0018) Kuciauskas A P (IN31A-1750) Kucukdemirci M (NS33B-1969) Kudo A (AE13A-0404) Kudo S (NS33A-1952) Kudrolli A (H53L-03) Kuesters T (H13F-1468) Kueter N (V31E-04) Kufner S (T52B-08) Kug J (A42E-05) Kuge K (S34B-01 S41A-2723) Kuhlman K L (H13F-1456) Kuhn C (H51H-1581) Kuhn M A (B23D-0603) Kuhn R E (GC11E-06) Kuhn T (GP43B-1249) Kuhn T J (H42A-02) Kuhn W (IN42A-07) Kuik F (A21C-0039 B33H-0723) Kuiper Y D (T42D-06) Kukui A (A33E-0267) Kulakov E (GP23A-1323) Kularatne D (NG24A-06) Kulasinski K (H13F-1453) Kulawik S (A31N-03 A41A-0017) Kulchitsky A V (C43A-0736 GC54B-04) Kulichkov S N (S11C-2464) Kulie M (H21K-01) Kulkarni S R (SH43B-2559) Kulkarni S (GC13A-1186) Kulp S A (NH31A-1902) Kumagai H (T54C-03) Kumamoto A (P51C-2152 SA13B-05) Kumamoto K M (MR32A-05) Kumar A (OS11A-1775) Kumar A (H41B-1314) Kumar A (A41G-0138) Kumar B D (A52B-04) Kumar D (PP43B-2313) Kumar J (B11J-08) Kumar M (H23F-1648 H31E-1433) Kumar N (OS23B-2017) Kumar P (A31E-0092) Kumar P (EP42B-08 OS13A-1793) Kumar R (A31E-0091) Kumar R (NG13A-1693) Kumar S (A13B-0253) Kumar S (H13P-05) Kumar S (S44B-06) Kumar V (IN11D-1643) Kumar V (NS41A-1895) Kumar V (H43J-1616) Kumari S (DI41C-2649) Kumjian M R (A11H-0111) Kummerow C D (A33M-05 H11G-01) Kummu M (GC42B-06) Kump L R (B24B-02) Kuna V M (T31H-07) Kunath P (B21G-0497) Kundargi R (ED51C-0815) Kundu D (H43K-1626) Kunkel D (A11U-08) Kunkel K (GC31G-1180 GC31G-1187) Kunkel M L (EP43A-0946) Kunkel V (B21I-0540) Kuntz K D (SM44A-06) Kuntz L (OS13A-1803) Kunz M (MR13A-2399 NH13B-06) Kuo B (T31D-2926) Kuo C (A33B-0219) Kuo C (SA33A-2418) Kuo C (A33F-0309) Kuo C (P31A-2091) Kuo C (S42B-03) Kuo K (H23F-1649) Kuo L (T23A-2898) Kuo S (T51B-2901) Kuo W (EP33D-1017 EP33D-1018) Kuo Y (B43A-0563) Kuo Y (A13L-03) Kuo Y (T23B-2926) Kupc A (A53C-0309) Kupinski M (A51B-0024) Kuponiyi A (S41A-2754) Kuppel S (H51N-03) Kurashimo E (T31D-2931) Kurbatov A (PP31B-2272) Kurihara R (S33A-2799) Kurita S (SM31B-2489) Kuroda M (MR51A-2686) Kuroda S (S13B-2567) Kuroda Y (SA51B-2418) Kurokawa A K (EP21C-0886) Kurokawa J (A24A-03) Kurokawa S (PP41B-2246) Kurosawa K (OS23A-1999) Kurosu T p (A51D-0096) Kurotori T (H51D-1515) Kurowski M (A13A-0229) Kuroyanagi A (PP53A-2364) Kurtakoti P K (C21C-0705) Kurth W S (U22A-04) Kurtulus B (B53H-0610 H11A-1279) Kurtz N T (C13C-0837) Kurz M J (H31B-1355) Kurz M D (T32A-03) Kusano K (SH21F-04) Kusche J (G13B-1096 GC33E-05) Kushida N (S31A-2709) Kushner P J (A51M-04 C41F-04) Kusky T M (T53C-07) Kussul N (PA13A-1973) Kustas W P (H12B-07) Kuster E (ED11E-01) Kusterer M B (SH43B-2560) Kusumoto S (NH43B-1837) Kutsch W L (B41B-0400) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Kutta E J (A43D-0271) Kutzner R D (A14A-05) Kuvshinov A V (GP51A-1357 NG11A-05 T52A-01) Kuwahara Y (T13A-2681) Kuwano O (ED11B-0904) Kuwayama T (A51K-0237) Kuze A (A33O-08) Kuzina D (NH13A-1753) Kuzmiakova A (A31E-0097) Kuznetsova M M (SM14B-08) Kuzyk Z A (PA11A-1946) Kwagala N K (SM51C-2504) Kwak Y (SA53B-2445) Kwang J S (EP43A-0937) Kwasnitschka T (OS43D-06) kwatcho Kengdo S (B11H-08) Kwiatek G (H13O-08 S22B-07) Kwoll E (EP32C-03) Kwon H (A51D-0087) Kwon J (P11C-1872) Kwon J (NS23A-1915) Kwon M (OS23C-2058) Kwon R (SH32A-02 SH41B-2530 SH43B-2563) Kwong K B (T54C-06) Kyono A (MR11A-2360) Kyriakopoulos C (S21B-2731 S53A-2789 T21B-2808) L L Ecuyer T S (A43N-02 A53I-02) L Heureux I (NG31A-1841) L heureux M L (A41L-02 H41I-05) La Frenierre J (C41C-0683) La Selle S (NH43A-1820) Laakso H E (SM11C-2168) Laakso T (PP31A-2249) Labak P (S31A-2698) Laberg J (T44B-06) Labidi J (V31A-3057) Labonne C (S13B-2554) Laborde A (T51D-2958) Labow G J (A43A-0195) Labrador A W (SH31B-2587) Labrosse S (MR22A-04) Lacerra M (PP21A-2275) Lacey F (A31J-07) Lacey H (T11F-02) Lachaut T (H33Q-03) Lachowycz S (V11A-2757 V43A-3134) Lacis A A (A43L-03) Lackner S (S11B-2457) LaConte K (ED11A-0876 ED11B-0893) Lacy A K (T41A-2894) Lacy J R (EP23C-07) Ladd M (B33B-0591) Ladd N (PP33B-2366) Ladd T (H44A-02) Lader R (GC23A-1213) Laeger K (V53B-3082) Laemmel T (B23E-0637) Laffin M K (GC42C-04) Lafontaine J (H23H-1685) LaForge J (T11E-03) Lafreniere M J (GC33G-03) Lagerloef G S (OS52B-01 U12A-06) Lago A (SM43B-2506) Lagomasino D (GC24C-07) Lagomasino D (B34A-09) Lagos M (NH41A-1762) Lagos P (GC54C-03) Lagos Z iga M (C51D-0689) Lagroix F (GP51C-1400) Lagron C S (PA43B-2195) Lagrosas N (A43B-0213 A51J-0206) Laguerre R (GP23B-1334) Lagumen M T (B13A-0552) Lahfid A (V23D-3021) Lahmers T M (H43H-1556) Lai G (NH21A-1831) Lai H (SM51E-2549) Lai I (P43A-2087) Lai J (H31F-1460) Lai J (EP43A-0934) Lai V (S31B-2739) Lai X (MR21B-2652) Lai Y (T14A-04) Lai Y (DI31B-2642) Laidlaw R (IN21C-1751) Laidre K L (GC13I-01) Lajoie L J (S53B-2857) Lajtha K (B22A-04) Lakey P S (A11A-0006) Lakshmanan E (H53B-1679) Lakshmi V (A21A-0009 GC23G-1305 H23F-1600 H43A-1392 H43K-1643 H51P-01 NH51B-1948 NH54A-01) Lal B (A33P-01) Lal R (B11H-01) Lall U (A43O-02 PA11E-01) Lam G (ED41A-0770) Lamadrid H M (B33I-01) LaManna J (H13F-1445 H13F-1450) Lamarche L J (SM23A-2472) Lamarche-Gagnon G (B44B-02) Lamarque J (A22C-05 IN31F-04) Lamb D A (SH34A-05) Lamb K D (A11Q-06) Lamb K W (A43C-0232 H41I-07) Lamb M P (EP54B-02) Lamb O D (NH53B-1993 V43A-3127) Lamb R (C51F-05) Lamb R (IN51C-1870) Lambert C (S53E-04) Lambert J (A42B-05) Lambert K F (ED43F-01) Lambert S B (G41B-1030 G41B-1032) Lambert V (T22B-03) Lambrigtsen B (IN32A-08) Lamer K (A42C-06 A43F-0300) Laming J M (SH51A-2573 SH54A-08) Lammers L N (H21J-07) Lammers M (H23F-1597) Lammers R W (EP53C-0983) Lamontagne J R (GC31B-1115) Lamp J L (PP13A-2061) Lamur A (V53C-3095) Lan C (V13A-2826) Lan C (B41B-0409) Lan C (GC33C-1245) Lan X (A22G-06) Lander M (PP41E-08) Landerer F W (G21A-0987) Landgraf A (T22A-04) Landgraf D (A23A-0173) Landis M E (P43C-2119) Landl M (B54D-04) Landon M K (H24E-04) Landrum L (C32B-04) Landry C J (H51C-1483) Landry R G (SA34A-08) Landschulze M (C53A-0691) Landsfeld M F (PA14B-05) Lane C (H43I-1582) Lane J W (NS43C-1936) Laney C M (IN41B-1664) Lang A F (NH23C-1881) Lang S E (H23F-1601) Lang S Q (B33I-05 OS23F-06) Lang T J (AE23A-0402) Langbein J O (G31B-1054) Langdon P G (PP13B-2073) Lange D (T31C-2901) Langemeyer S M (DI41B-2630) Langenbruch C (S43C-2869) Langenbrunner B (A31M-05) Langenheim V E (GP43A-1226) Langer L (G51B-1104) Langford A O (A11M-0183) Langlais B (GP23C-1349) Langland R (A22B-04 NG23B-04) Langlois A (C51B-0662) Langmuir C H (DI14A-01 T33A-3004) Langrand C (MR12A-06) Langridge R (H23E-1589) Langston A L (EP43A-0935) Langston C A (G33A-1078) Langston M A (PA43B-2211) Lankford-Bravo D F (T41C-2942) Lanza N (P21D-03) Lanzoni S (EP52A-07 EP53G-05) Lapenis A G (B41I-04) Lapenta G (SM41C-2456 SM51B-2470) Lapierre J L (A41C-0050) 260 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Lapo K E (C23A-0731) Lapointe F (PP11C-2026) Lapotre M G (EP24A-02 EP43D-06) Lara A (SH51B-2592 SH51E-2622) Lareau N (A31M-08) Large S J (V53D-3154) Largier J L (OS13B-1819 OS21C-05) Larimer J E (EP33B-0987) Lark T (GC54A-03) Larmat C S (S51A-2750) LaRosa M (G43A-1036) Larour E Y (ED23E-04 OS31B-2014) Larraondo P R (IN14A-03 IN51C-1871) Larsen A (GC53E-1342) Larsen D J (PP21C-2305) Larsen I J (T31A-2882) Larsen J F (T11D-2651) Larsen J (B13C-0590 H13H-1505 H33D-1571) Larsen K W (ED42B-08 SM21A-2458) Larsen L (EP32B-01 EP52B-01) Larsen R B (V33E-3156) Larsen Y (G23A-1036) Larson D E (SH43B-2579) Larson J (OS31B-2023) Larson K M (C13C-0838) Larson S M (A43D-0261) Lasbleis M (DI43A-2661) Lascu I (GP22A-01 GP31A-1289 GP43D-05) Lasher G (PP11C-2027) Laskar A H (V51A-3037) Laskin A (A44D-06) Lassiter J C (DI14A-04) Lasslop G (GC42C-06) Lasue J (P21C-2135) Lathrop D P (GP12A-11) Latif M (A23H-0316) Latta G (B31D-0498) Lau C (EP33D-1016) Lau C M (B53C-0538) Lau H C (DI23C-05) Lau J K (V53A-3071) Lau K V (OS13C-1832) Lau K V (PP11A-1998) Lau W K (A34C-03) Laubner D A (SM51E-2550) Lauer A (A13L-01) Lauer R M (T54B-03) Laughman B (SA32A-03) Laughner J (A51D-0068) Lauknes T (C33B-0814) Launay N (GP22A-05) Laundal K (SA23B-2399) Laureijs C T (PP23C-2337) Laurel D (EP51B-0905) Laurencelle J C (IN53C-1891) Laurent V (T14B-04) Lauretano V (U41A-11) Laurila T K (A41C-0059) Lautenbach J (SA21A-2363) Lauvaux T (B33C-0603 B33C-0622 GC41F-05) Lauzon R (EP33C-1003) Lavalle M (GC41D-1121) Lavarini C (EP31A-0926) Lavier L L (T11E-06) LaVigne M (PP21E-01) Lavoie A (ED41A-0805) Lavou F (S41A-2747) Lavraud B (SM21A-2404) Lavreniuk M S (GC51F-06) Lavric J V (GC21C-1117) Law E (ED21B-0774) Lawes R (GC53A-1258) Lawford R G (PA13A-1967) Lawler M J (A11A-0007) Lawman A E (PP52A-07) Lawrence A (B53A-0511) Lawrence C D (V23A-2961) Lawrence C R (B41D-0453) Lawrence D M (GC24B-01) Lawrence I (C13E-08) Lawrence J (C34A-03) Lawrence J (P31A-2077) Lawrence K T (PP31E-07) Lawrence R L (B43A-0544) Lawrence S (P51D-10) Lawson M J (T43D-3075) Lawston P (H51H-1593) Lawver L A (T44A-06) Layland-Bachmann C E (S23D-06) Layne J (A21L-06) Layton M E (GP51A-1375) L z r A N (GC22B-02) Lazarus E (EP52A-02 PA31B-2206) Lazcano C (B51G-0491) Lazzara M A (A53B-0272 A53I-07) Lazzarino P B (B53C-0545) Lazzaro G (H53J-07) Le C (OS43A-2025) Le G (SM33D-01) Le G (SH51C-2598) Le P V (H51E-1531) Le T (A21A-0004) Le Beon M (T21E-04) Le Borgne T (H54C-04) Le Cozannet G (NH31A-1876 NH31A-1886) Le Dantec N (EP23A-0951) Le Dantec V (B33F-0687) Le Faucheur S (B31J-07) Le Gal V (OS44B-01) Le Maire P (GP33A-05) Le M vel H (G23A-1029) Le Moigne J (A41H-0157) Le Pichon A (S51C-01) Le Quere C (U33A-01) Le Roux J A (SH51F-2644) Le Roux J (IN41C-1673) Le Roy P (EP11A-0975) Le Saout M (OS31D-2066) Lea D W (A33B-0206) Leach A (NG33A-1857) Leal J (ED41A-0788) Leal-Acosta M L (B51A-0388) Leaman C J (SH13A-2286) Leamon R J (SH31B-2550) Leary R (T41D-2950) Lease R O (EP14B-06) Leask E (B31A-0456) Leasor Z T (H21G-1499) Leavitt W (B13G-0737) Lebas E (PP13B-2077) LeBeau J E (ED51B-0798) Lebel E (H33I-1673) Leblanc F (P13A-1899) LeBlanc S E (A33L-04) Lebrasse M C (B13A-0539) Lebsock M D (A43J-02) LeBuhn G (PA52A-07) Lecavalier B (C41B-0669) Leckebusch G C (A13E-0323 A53L-06 C11B-0769) Leclerc D F (A33B-0223) Leclerc M (GC43A-1146) Lecl re H J (S41B-2781) Lecoanet D (NG21B-03) Lecocq T (T43D-3078) Lecomte J (A41H-0147 ED51G-0842) Ledford S H (H31H-05) Ledley T S (ED31C-06 ED32A-01) Ledvina S A (SM41D-2463) Lee A (B33A-0584) Lee A L (T13E-02) Lee B (V13D-2879) Lee B K (B33A-0586) Lee B (NH23A-1849) Lee C (H13G-1480) Lee C (NH41B-1792) Lee C (G51B-1110) Lee C (ED41A-0782) Lee C O (P13A-1880 SH52A-04) Lee C (A51F-0125) Lee C (NH41A-1758) Lee C (P44B-06 T23E-01) Lee C (C41A-0639) Lee D (NS23A-1916) Lee D J (S53D-07) Lee D (H13P-03) Lee D (A51D-0088) Lee D (SH11C-2247) Lee D (H21A-1358) Lee D (V11C-2795) Lee E (A23C-0246) Lee E (SH21A-2510) Lee E (H51G-1560) Lee E (B13C-0604) Lee E (EP41C-0917) Lee E (B24A-01) Lee F (T23A-2889) Lee G (P31C-2114) Lee G (EP33A-0968) Lee H (GC51C-1169) Lee H (A21F-0139) Lee H (T51A-2873) Lee H (S53A-2841) Lee H (H43E-1492) Lee H (A51I-0173) Lee H (S43B-2834) Lee H (A31D-0072) Lee H (GP23C-1340) Lee H (GC22C-08) Lee H (NH33A-1919) Lee H (T43G-08) Lee J W (V31A-3076) Lee J N (A11I-0132 GC53H-03) Lee J (OS43A-2007) Lee J (A13D-0308) Lee J (A41H-0165) Lee J (GC23A-1223) Lee J (T21A-2792) Lee J (SH13C-2317) Lee J (H11G-08) Lee J (T23A-2891) Lee J (H13A-1327) Lee J (A43G-0335) Lee J (A23G-0298) Lee J H (H34D-04) Lee J (SM11B-2146) Lee J (PP43A-2301) Lee J (A13B-0245) Lee J (B31D-0505) Lee J (H21C-1419) Lee J (A43G-0322) Lee J (H21A-1381) Lee J (H51H-1596) Lee J (PP51C-2327) Lee J (A13E-0331) Lee J (PP51A-2291) Lee J (SM23A-2476) Lee J (T52B-04) Lee J (A33I-0378) Lee J (SM11B-2140) Lee J (T43E-3095) Lee J H (SH11B-2229) Lee K (H13A-1325) Lee K (OS23C-2063) Lee K (A41C-0058) Lee K (OS11A-1774) Lee K (OS51A-2021) Lee K (SM31A-2453) Lee K (A21E-0108) Lee K (A11E-0061) Lee K E (PP41C-2269) Lee K (GC43C-1182) Lee M (H51B-1450) Lee M (IN13B-1662) Lee N (P31B-2093) Lee O A (PA54A-05) Lee P (A11M-0177) Lee R (MR51A-2690 V43E-3184) Lee R F (NH51A-1927) Lee S (A13F-0348) Lee S (S31A-2723) Lee S (C21C-0707) Lee S (C33B-0811) Lee S (T23F-08) Lee S (SM31A-2468) Lee S (C13D-0871 IN33B-1809) Lee S (A43B-0215 A53E-0336) Lee S (H33A-1497) Lee S (NH51A-1926) Lee S (A31C-0044) Lee S (GP51A-1362) Lee S (H33A-1502) Lee S (A41H-0149) Lee S (A41A-0021) Lee S (V23B-2972) Lee S (H53D-1736) Lee S (EP21B-0867) Lee S (H33A-1521) Lee S (IN13D-05) Lee S (A43G-0330) Lee S (T23A-2886) Lee S (GC11D-1182) Lee S (B11C-0484) Lee S (SM12A-04 SM21A-2414) Lee T (H13G-1476) Lee T (H21A-1369) Lee T (H51B-1447) Lee T (A33H-0348) Lee T (OS53A-2101) Lee W (A21D-0080) Lee W (SA31A-2386) Lee W (B53I-0633) Lee W (A43H-0343) Lee Y (T23A-2904) Lee Y (PP51C-2326) Lee Y (H13D-1412) Lee Y (NG23B-06) Lee Y (SM43B-2500) Lee Y (A31F-0104) Lee Y (B53C-0536) Lee Y (A31I-0178) Lee Y (P13A-1900) Lee Z (A43L-07) Leeburn J (DI41A-2620) Leeman J (C21D-04 ED11B-0897) Leeper R J (H43G-1550) Lees D S (IN51B-1860) Lees J M (NH53D-07 S51C-02) Leeson A (C41E-0714) Leewis M (B41E-0491) Leffler A (GC43B-1158) Lege T (PA13A-1976) Legeais J (G21A-0979) Leger E (H34A-04) Legg M (OS12B-03) Leggett G A (V43B-3160) Legrande A N (PP31C-2286) Lehan C (IN21A-1722) Lehmann E (G13B-1104) Lehmann J (NH53E-04) Lehmann J (B22C-03) Lehmann M M (H31K-06) Lehmann M F (B21L-05) Lehner B (B21L-01) Lehner F (GC11E-08) Lehner J D (EP11A-0963) Lehnert K (A31K-01 IN13E-05 PA51B-2261) Lehtinen N G (AE33A-0431) Lehto H (ED51A-0788) Lei H (A31A-0015) Lei J (T11A-2590) Lei J (EP53D-1006) Lei J (SA51C-06) Lei L (A33O-04) Lei R (A43A-0182) Lei S (T23B-2928) Lei S (H32D-05) Lei T (A23H-0334) Lei W (S41A-2734) Lei Y (GC21H-1199) Leibensperger E M (GC21D-1130) Leicher N (PP13B-2079) Leidner A K (GC31G-1183) Leifer I (A21G-0156) Leigh H W (C11A-0759) Leijala U (NH24A-08) Leinemann T (EP22B-04) Leinen M (PA14A-06 PA53B-01 U23A-02) Leinonen J S (A51A-0001) Leisso N (GC53C-1312) Leiva J (NH43A-1814 OS31A-2000) Lejosne S (SM13C-05) Lekhov V (H51D-1507) Lekic V (DI31A-2617) Lele S (T54B-06) Lemari F (A31A-0007) Lembege B (SH21A-2506) Lembke-Jene L (PP21A-2276) Lemelin M (P52B-04) Lemke K (V31B-3101) Lemmon M T (P21B-2082) Lemoine F G (G52A-07) Lemon C (SM11C-2167) Lempert R J (GC12B-01) Lenaerts J (C23A-0727 C42A-02) Leng G (GC31B-1122) Leng K (DI23A-2596) Lenhardt W (IN31C-1772) Lennon J T (B11I-01) Lenters J D (GC23J-07) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 261 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Lenz B R (EP53C-0966) Leon A (IN41C-1672) Leon S (T51E-2987) Le n Loya R A (NH53C-2013) Leon Zayas R I (B13G-0723) Leonard A (H33E-1582) Leonard E J (P43B-2111) Leonard J S (T42B-08) Leonard T W (SM32B-04) Leonardi N (OS21C-01) Leonce B C (B22C-05) Leone J D (EP43C-0979) Leong J M (B31A-0455) Leonhardi T C (V41E-03) Lepley K S (GC13E-1234) Lepore S (S41A-2753) Lepp nen J J (PP13B-2085) Lepri S T (SH53A-07) Lerback J C (ED21D-0795) Lerdau M (GC12A-07) Lermusiaux P F (NG24A-07) Lerner A H (V53C-3096) Leroy S S (GC12B-07) Leske R A (SH51G-04) Lesnek A J (PP11E-08) Lessard M (SM44A-08 SM53A-05) Lester D R (H43N-06) Leta O (GC21D-1123) Letcher T (A13A-0219) L tourneau G (H44B-07) Lettenmaier D P (GC31J-01) Lettmann K (GC23C-1247) Leuliette E W (C11A-0758 G14A-05) Leung F (GC21B-1069) Leung I S (NH13A-1754) Leung L (A52D-03 U42A-01) Leung M (A23J-0370) Leuthold J (OS31D-2064 V31D-05) Leutwyler D (A11O-04) Lev E (V53A-3075) Levander A (V33E-3167) Levandowski W B (S51E-3167 T52C-04) Levasseur-Regourd A (P43D-02) LeVay L J (PP51D-2347) Levelt P (A51D-0070 A53H-02) Levia D F (H31E-1427) Levin E J (A51O-03) Levin N E (PP24A-05 PP31E-01) Levin S (P23D-01) Levin V L (T21F-07) Levine A F (A43C-0230) Levine J (ED32A-02) Levine P A (H51I-1635) Levy D A (T13A-2670) Levy L (PP12C-03) Levy R C (A13D-0290 A53C-0293) Levy S R (OS44B-05) Levy Z F (NS43C-1934) Lew M (A33A-0185) Lewandowsky S (ED12A-02 GC13A-1183 GC34C-06) Lewerentz A (V33A-3112) LeWinter A L (C41C-0691) Lewis B J (C21E-06) Lewis E R (A43B-0205) Lewis G (C41E-0717) Lewis J M (P23B-2172) Lewis J R (H32B-01) Lewis J C (ED51F-0837 T23A-2900) Lewis K W (P11E-05) Lewis K (GC31G-1188) Lewis M (OS31D-2055) Lewis P M (ED23B-0823) Lewis S (B51D-0448) Lewis S (P21B-2096) Lewkowicz A (NS23B-01) Leydet D (PP14A-08) Leyland J (H33D-1572) Li A (T21F-02) Li A (NH11B-1729) Li A (GC21A-1050) Li A (IN53C-1889) Li B (H23D-1584) LI B (A21D-0079 PP33D-01 T23B-2911) Li B (H51G-1563) Li C (A11S-07) Li C Y (H41B-1320) Li C (P33C-2167) Li C (B31B-0465) Li C (NH53C-2011) Li C (OS13B-1827 OS23A-1981) Li C (T41B-2928) Li C (GC21H-1184) Li D (A11R-01 B43I-02 GC23I-03) Li D (OS43A-2002) Li D (H41A-1277) Li D (H23G-1652) Li D (PP51D-2342) Li D (C33A-0761) Li D (NS23A-1910) Li D (T31C-2915) Li F (GC41I-02) Li F (A41A-0007) Li F (S42B-08) Li F (A52A-08) Li F (A13G-0368) Li G (SH11B-2226) Li G (S53A-2814) Li G (T31A-2884) Li G (PA23B-2222) Li G (A33H-0361) Li G (S43B-2846) Li G (S22A-04) Li G (GC11A-1120) Li G (A41G-0144) Li H (T32B-06) Li H (DI33A-08) Li H (B23B-0587) Li H (PP21B-2280) Li H (B13C-0582) Li H (OS43B-2042) Li H (A21D-0078) Li H (GC51D-1194) Li H (SH41C-2541) LI H (C53D-0758) LI J (H41C-1343) Li J (SM51B-2476) Li J (OS53C-04) Li J (A51B-0034 B31B-0472) Li J (A21C-0054 NH53E-05) Li J (T13C-2727) Li J (S34B-04) LI J (B13F-0705) Li J (A31B-0030) Li J (A21H-04) Li J (H23F-1647) Li J (SM41E-06) Li J (DI31B-2641) Li J (C41E-0718) Li J (C33B-0797) Li J (OS13B-1813) Li J J (GC33D-1269) Li J D (G11B-1070 S43F-3204) Li K (SA51B-2419) Li K (B11F-0535) Li L (GC33C-1257) Li L (A54E-04) Li L (B32A-07 C13E-07 H44A-06 H51E-1536) Li L (H11A-1284) Li L (P31D-05) Li L (OS51C-2090) Li L (A53E-0350) Li L (B11B-0445) Li L (NH51B-1954) Li L (NH34A-07) Li L (GC33A-1212) Li L (DI31B-2625) Li M (GC21H-1169) Li M (NH51C-1958) Li M (DI51C-03) Li M (A11L-0168) Li M (GP43A-1232) LI M (MR11A-2370) Li M (H33A-1503) Li N (H33K-1708) LI P (GC33D-1274) Li P (P53C-2217) Li P (V31B-3091) Li P (EP23A-0930) Li P (NS33A-1953) Li Q (C23A-0729 OS31C-2027) Li Q (H51G-1567) Li Q (OS21A-1957) Li Q (NS22A-08) Li R (H41A-1268) Li R (H33F-1603) Li R (GP51A-1366) Li R (H21D-1438) Li S (DI31A-2620 S33A-2795) Li S (A21C-0045) Li S (G23A-1025) Li S (B31E-0509) Li S (C31B-0743) Li S (A22E-05) LI S (T13C-2744) Li S (MR13A-2421) Li S (A53J-08 GC31F-1173) Li S (B33H-0724) Li S (A11C-0034) Li T (SA53C-07) Li T (C53B-0715) Li T (S21B-2706) Li T (A24E-03) Li W (V51A-3024) Li W (A41G-0135) Li W (A51F-0127) LI W (A43I-0367) Li W (SM13C-07) Li W (A23G-0306) Li X (B43A-0566) Li X (GC11A-1109) Li X (SH51E-2636) Li X (PP43D-07) Li X (H41F-1375) Li X (NG31A-1842) Li X (B14C-02) Li X (A34C-02) Li X (NH51C-1966) Li X (GC53G-05) Li X (C21C-0715) Li X (C34B-04) Li X (H41B-1308) Li X (G31B-1051 G31B-1065) Li X (SM41A-2416 SM41A-2417) Li X (T41B-2915) Li X (DI31B-2645) Li X (GC21H-1168) Li X (GC21H-1170) Li X (H33D-1563) Li X (A31H-0139) Li X (A32A-08) Li Y (A23J-0374 SM11C-2159) Li Y (G51A-1067) Li Y (A41C-0042 NH21A-1832) Li Y (H33K-1727) Li Y (H51B-1459) Li Y (C53A-0705) Li Y (A13C-0275) Li Y (V23C-2996) Li Y (NH11A-1710) Li Y (T23B-2931) Li Y (V13D-2873) Li Y (A13F-0335) Li Y (B21B-0440) Li Y (A21D-0103) Li Y (S23B-2778) Li Y (IN23B-1772) Li Y (MR22A-05) Li Y (A34D-04) Li Y (EP41E-04) Li Y (V53A-3077) Li Z (S31E-05) Li Z (A11S-06) Li Z (IN31A-1732) Li Z (SM22B-02) Li Z (A53B-0291) Li Z (IN11E-06) Li Z (A43D-0256) Li Z (MR31A-2650) Li Z (OS51A-2032) Li Z (A14E-08) Li Z (T33B-3030) LI Z (PP43A-2310) Lian X (GC51D-1187) Liandrat O (A22A-06 GC53G-04) Liang B (B43B-0596) Liang C (V53A-3063) Liang C (S44B-04) Liang C (G23A-1020) Liang H (SM51B-2472) Liang J (B13E-0654) Liang J (GC21H-1179) Liang J A (PP11B-2009) Liang J (SM52A-04 SM53A-04) Liang J (B41J-08) Liang M (B33C-0625) Liang Q (A41J-07) Liang S (B53A-0519) Liang S (A31F-0099) Liang W (H13E-1424) Liang W (S41A-2770) Liang X (S31B-2734) Liang X (H13A-1323) Liang Y (A52A-05) Liang Y (P51A-2126) Liang Z (H31G-1467) Liao C (C23A-0730) Liao E (OS43A-2019) Liao H (G33C-07) Liao H (A11L-0161) Liao H (H31C-1392) Liao J (T31C-2896 T33B-3029) Liao J (A43E-0284) Liao L (H33F-1605) Liao W (B43I-07) Liao X (H33F-1619) Liao Y (B11C-0485) Liao Y (V43D-3176) Liao Y (H43B-1418) Liao Y (T23A-2890) Liao Y (OS51C-2085) Liao Z (A11E-0067) Libera A (H31C-1372) Liberman V (S42B-01) Licht K (C41B-0662) Liddell M V (T11B-2609) Liddy H (PP42A-01) Lieb-Lappen R (H13N-07) Lieberman R S (SA51A-2415) Liebner S (B41J-07) Liebscher A H (PA23C-2244) Liebske C (P23A-2160) Liemohn M W (SH31C-03 SM43C-02) Lien T (GP43A-1227) Lienkaemper J J (G51A-1078) Lieou C (MR41D-2716) Liesegang M (B21C-0454) Liess S (H33K-1729) Lieu W K (T11D-2657) Liewer P C (SH43A-2556) Light B (C31D-05 C33E-01) Light J J (C41B-0652) Light T (B13A-0547) Lightning L (ED31B-0860) Ligier N (P54A-07) Liguori G (A11C-0031) Lihua Z (A21C-0037) Lili J (MR51C-2721) Liljedahl A K (GC33G-08 H33R-02) Lilley M D (OS31D-2050) Lillis R J (P13A-1906) Lilly P (B13E-0666) Lim B (A21A-0015) Lim B (OS31B-2018) Lim C (NS23A-1914) Lim C Y (A33E-0283) Lim C (GC43C-1180) Lim D S (P33D-2193) Lim H (A33H-0347) Lim H (S43B-2842) Lim H (C31B-0746) Lim H (GC23H-04) Lim H (A41A-0029) Lim J (NH54A-04) Lim S (A11H-0117) Lim S (NS41B-1917) Lim T C (H12E-02) Lim W (NG41A-1714) Lim Y (EP12B-06) Lima R D (T21A-2797) Limaye A B (EP52A-08) Limbacher J (A44A-04) Limber P W (EP22A-08) Lin A (T42A-01) Lin A Y (IN21A-1723) Lin B (A22A-03 A23N-03) LIn C (A24F-07) Lin C (SA43C-2404) Lin C (T51A-2896) Lin C (S11D-2481) Lin C (S41A-2748) Lin C Y (SA53A-2434) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 262 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Lin F (B41C-0425 MR23A-2678) Lin G (G23A-1021) Lin G (A44E-06) Lin H (H13E-1415 H51N-02) Lin H (SH43E-07) Lin J (B21G-0505) Lin J C (S33B-2835) Lin J (OS53C-01) Lin J (PP43B-2332) Lin J (A11I-0125) Lin J (G51B-1092) Lin K (NG31A-1825) Lin K (T13C-2739) Lin K (PP21B-2279) Lin L (H51G-1564) Lin L (NH43C-1873) Lin L (S43A-2807) Lin L (H13R-04) Lin L (OS21A-1948) Lin M (A11Q-05) Lin M (A13F-0354) Lin M (MR13A-2386) Lin M (EP11A-0957) Lin P P (S21C-05) Lin P (T41C-2938) Lin P (A32F-04) Lin Q (NH43C-1870) Lin Q (H23L-03) Lin R (SM41A-2419) Lin S (A12A-02) Lin S (NS31A-1927) Lin T (B31C-0489) Lin W (GP43D-01) Lin W (S21B-2693) Lin W (B51D-0432) Lin W (A12A-08) Lin Y (B54E-03) Lin Y (A41B-0037) Lin Y (H13I-1520) Lin Y (S13E-04) Lin Y (NS23A-1934) Lin Y (NH53C-2012) Lin Y (H41B-1301 H41B-1322) Lin Y (SH21E-2573) Lin Y (S32C-08) Lin Y (OS43A-2021) Lind B M (B53D-0552) Linde N (GP51B-1379) Lindeman M R (C43B-0743) Linderholm H W (PP41C-2281) Lindholm D M (IN31D-1788) Lindhorst S (EP21A-0857) Lindquist E (H53B-1681) Lindquist P (T21D-2856) Lindsay F E (IN53C-1917) Lindsay J B (H43G-1528) Lindsey C A (SH42B-01) Lindsey E (G31C-06) Lindsey N (S51D-01) Ling B (H41F-1376) Ling H C (NH43C-1884) Ling X (T33A-3009) Linhoff B (B21K-03) Lininger K (EP23B-0962) Link H D (GC13A-1192) Linker J (SM32A-02) Linsinbigler M A (IN53C-1909) Linton M (SM32A-07) Linz M (A11E-0072) Lion C (H21F-1484) Lion G (G43B-1057) Lionello R (SH53A-06) Liou K (SH51A-2574 SH51A-2576) Liou K (A14B-01) Liou Y (V23D-3024) Liou Y (S33D-2863) Liou-Mark J (ED34A-02 ED51B-0791) Liousse C (GC43F-06) Lipat B (A13C-0273) Liping Y (SH41A-2524) Lipovsky B (C33A-0766) Lippert P C (GP43D-02) Lippincott M (ED51G-0840) Lippmann T C (OS23A-1995) Lippoldt R C (T21C-2832) Lipsa D (ED43C-0881) Liptak J (B31G-0550) Lipton A (A13D-0295) Lipton M S (B41E-0489) Lisabeth H P (MR41A-2679) Lisboa M S (H33F-1612) Lisdat C (G53A-01) Lisenby P (EP51B-0914) Lisi M (GC51E-1215) Lisiecki L E (PP31B-2281 PP33D-04) Liss J (A21H-08) Lissauer J J (P13C-09) Lisse C M (SM44B-07) Litasov K (MR24A-08 MR33A-2679) Littell J S (H11D-05 PA33D-07) Little C L (PA53A-2277) Little C M (OS23D-03 PP51E-08) Little M M (IN13E-06) Little S F (H33A-1523) Little T A (T11E-08 T21A-2800) Litvak M L (P44A-02) Liu A Z (SA43B-2396) Liu B (GC21H-1180) Liu B (DI14A-06) Liu B (A13F-0346) Liu B (S31B-2728) Liu C (EP43B-0954 GC11A-1108) Liu C (A33F-0301 IN41A-1649) Liu C (A11E-0064) Liu C (NH21A-1834) Liu C (S11A-2432) Liu C (OS13A-1785) Liu D (GC33C-1254 H53B-1686) Liu D (EP53F-1057) Liu D (H53F-1778) Liu D (GP43B-1247) Liu D (A23B-0189) Liu F (A31B-0022) Liu F (B53F-0563) Liu F (H52E-06) Liu G (G31A-1036) Liu G (A21D-0087) Liu G (P13D-04) Liu G (B43B-0587) Liu H (OS53A-2112) Liu H (B51F-0476 SM13B-2199) Liu H (IN31F-03 SA52A-02) Liu H (DI41B-2632) Liu H (MR13A-2412) Liu H (A51F-0123) Liu H C (H43F-1515) Liu H (PP31C-2287) Liu H (SH51E-2627) Liu H (SA23A-2384) Liu J G (NH51C-1973) Liu J (NS23A-1908) Liu J (A51C-0058) Liu J (MR33A-2680) Liu J (SH12B-02) Liu J (H33G-1624) Liu J (SM51D-2515) Liu J (GC41E-1131) Liu J (A41D-0064) Liu J (MR43A-07) Liu J (DI31B-2648 SH11B-2230) Liu J (B51C-0417 SA33B-08 SA53A-2437 T12A-01) Liu J (PP43C-2342) Liu J (GC21H-1174 H51K-08) Liu J (EP43C-0970) Liu J (GC21G-1165) Liu J (A33E-0284) Liu J (H21H-01) Liu J (NH41B-1790) Liu J (A13N-08) Liu J (B33C-0611) Liu J (P33C-2175) Liu K (H11B-1307) Liu K (SH41C-2545) Liu K (MR51C-2718) Liu L (GC53D-1316) Liu L (B53L-06) LIU L (A13B-0244) Liu L (B51B-0394) Liu L (T22D-01 T52A-02) Liu L (DI51A-2660 NS23B-04) Liu L (GC41G-04) Liu L (H21C-1415) Liu M (A13A-0224) Liu M (A33H-0342) Liu M (A23C-0223) Liu M (T11C-2626) Liu M (A41A-0011) Liu M (T22A-07) Liu M (A33C-0235) Liu N (A23H-0321) Liu N (SM13B-2206) Liu N (H13F-1435) Liu N (AE13A-0414) Liu P (PP31A-2252 V13A-2823) Liu P (NS23A-1902) Liu Q (IN13B-1653) Liu Q (B13D-0605) Liu Q (OS54B-04) Liu R (T51F-2994) Liu S s (H43D-1447) Liu S (A13G-0360) Liu S (T13C-2735) Liu S (B11C-0463) Liu S (IN43A-1685) Liu S (EP21B-0869) Liu S (C23B-0755) Liu S (B43A-0547) Liu S (H41C-1348) Liu S (SM31A-2441) Liu S (T31A-2881) Liu S (DI31B-2647) Liu S (H12B-01) Liu S (GP43D-07) Liu T (MR11A-2361) Liu T Z (SM13A-2189) Liu T (OS53A-2106) Liu T (S41A-2741) Liu T (G23A-1014) Liu T (C41C-0678) Liu W (A33M-08) Liu W (B21J-0552 EP31B-0943 SH14B-01 SH43C-2587) Liu W (H13D-1391) Liu W (SM22B-03) Liu W (H13A-1316) Liu X (H51H-1594) Liu X (B13D-0619) Liu X (PP11B-2007) Liu X (EP53F-1039) Liu X (A43F-0296) Liu X (C21B-0680) Liu X (A53F-0366) Liu X (GC31J-03) Liu X (V23D-3007) Liu X (H13D-1389) Liu X (S31B-2754) Liu X (S13B-2546) Liu X (B51G-0486) Liu X (GC53B-1289) Liu X (IN31A-1743) Liu X (A41A-0026) Liu X (B13F-0685) Liu X (A54E-06) Liu X (A13C-0270) Liu X (A31E-0081) Liu X (B13F-0679) Liu Y (S22B-05) Liu Y (GC31B-1121) LIU Y (GC41A-1077) Liu Y (P53A-2163) Liu Y (A33I-0375) Liu Y (H31F-1463) Liu Y (B41G-0530) Liu Y (GC41A-1067) Liu Y (OS43B-2038) Liu Y (H41A-1274) Liu Y (A23G-0310) Liu Y (A43H-0342) Liu Y (SM23B-2493) Liu Y (S13C-04) Liu Y (A13K-04) Liu Y (B23F-05) Liu Y D (SH13B-2296 SM13B-2200) Liu Y (A33E-0266) Liu Y (A23H-0332 SH43B-2564) Liu Y (PP34A-07) Liu Y (SM23A-2474) Liu Y (H21A-1357) Liu Y (GC51B-1147) Liu Y (S41A-2731) Liu Y (S43A-2817) Liu Y (A31E-0087 V51A-3033) Liu Y (PP31A-2262) Liu Y (OS41C-1967) Liu Y (A23J-0375) Liu Y (H43C-1432) Liu Z (EP21A-0853) Liu Z (H53H-1814) Liu Z (GC51B-1139) Liu Z (A51H-0153 G23A-1034 S33A-2823 S41A-2727) Liu Z (A11G-0098) Liu Z (A23H-0315 PP23D-05) Liu Z (OS13C-1835) Liu Z (S53A-2801) Liu Z (ED21B-0782 H23F-1622) Liu Z (PP51A-2290) Liu Z (AE13A-0407) Liu Z (H31B-1361) Liu (CUGB) H (PP43B-2331) Liuzzo L (SM34A-06) Livadiotis G (SH13D-07) Livelybrooks D (T43H-06) Liverman D (NH32A-06) Livermont E A (OS13B-1811) Livers A J (S44A-02) Livi R (SH43B-2577) Livneh B (H11D-07) Livsey C (C31B-0752) Livsey D N (EP21B-0872) Lizama K (B11A-0429) Llaguno J R (PP51D-2339) Llenos A L (S23D-02) LLera K (SM11A-2126) Lloret Sevilla E (B51H-0504) Lloyd A S (V31A-3064) Lloyd A J (S14A-08) Lloyd K G (B13D-0609) Lloyd R (T43G-05) Lo E L (PP13B-2086) Lo L (PP13A-2057) Lo M (GC23I-07) Lo W (H23D-1578) Lo Y (T23B-2909) Lo Y (GP43A-1216) Loaiza-Usuga J C (NH43C-1880) Lobecker E (OS41B-1951) Locatelli M (T31E-2951) Loch A J (H43Q-05) Lock S J (DI33A-01) Lockhart L P (T51B-2914) Lockley A (GC23C-1245 GC33B-1239) Lodes M (ED41A-0822) Lodge A (B41G-0535) Lodhia B H (EP53B-0933) Loeb N G (A23M-01 A43L-01) Loecke T (B31L-07) Loeer K (S43A-2806) Loewe H (C41F-08) Lofgren B M (GC21D-1129) L fverstr m M (PP44A-05) Logan K E (PP23E-07) Logan L C (P31A-2085) Logan T A (H43K-1647) Logan T (A43B-0206) Logue T (GC41A-1078) Lohf H (SH51C-2604) Lohmann G (PP33D-02) Lohse K A (EP42B-01) Loik M E (GC52B-02) Loikith P C (A11T-03) Loisel J (PP33B-2357) Lolli S (A41A-0024) Lombardo K (A41C-0048) Lombardozzi D (A11D-0040) Lomidze L (SA53A-2433) Lone M A (PP21B-2285) Long A M (EP13B-1035) Long D (C11C-0777 GC11F-03) Long J C (U11A-02 U51A-01) Long J (EP13D-07) Long M D (DI51C-08 U43A-01) Long S P (T21A-2795) Long S (B21G-0491) Longbottom T L (V13B-2846) Longjas A (EP23D-06) Longley W (SA21A-2358) Longo M (B34C-05) Longo W M (B43G-02) Lonsdale C R (GC51E-1225) Lonsdale C (SH11C-2277) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 263 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Looker N T (H33G-1632) Loope G R (PP31C-2299) Looper M D (SH52A-07) Loose B (C31D-01) Loose N (PP31C-2291) Lopes C (PP51F-08) Lopez D A (H23A-1521) Lopez J (H33A-1516) Lopez K A (V23D-3005) Lopez R E (ED51B-0792 SM13A-2177) Lopez S R (H43G-1543) Lopez T M (T14C-07) Lopez W H (T41D-2954) Lopez Lopez P (H41K-01) Lopez-Coto I (A51K-0250) Lora J M (PP51F-02) Loranty M M (GC24A-08) Lorenson T D (GC31H-1199) Lorentz S R (A21K-01) Lorenz A (B43A-0557) Lorenz D J (A32F-06) Lorenz R D (DI41A-2611 P31E-02) Lorenz R (GC34C-05) Lorenzo A (GC51C-1170) Lorenzo Trueba J (EP22A-03) Loria Salazar S (A32A-07) Lortie C J (GC33D-1272 PA43A-2169) Loschko M (H51D-1500) Loskutov E M (NG31A-1826) Lossow S (A13G-0384 A23L-02) Lotko W (SM53A-01 SM54A-07) Loto aniu P T (SM51B-2481) Lotto G C (T51E-2985) Loucks D C (SA43C-2402) Lough A C (C33C-0843) Lougheed B (B23C-0596) Loughman R P (A23C-0248) Louie J N (NH14A-06) Lourens L J (PP33C-05) Louro Louren o D J (DI33A-05) Love C A (NH51B-1942) Love J J (PA13E-02 PA24A-02) Lovecraft A (GC23E-1280) Lovejoy S (A43K-01 GC53H-08) Loveley M R (PP53A-2368) Lovely P J (EP53B-0944) Lovenduski N S (B54C-02) Lovette J P (H41A-1284) Low R (ED24A-03) Lowell R P (T13B-2709 V53D-3142) Lowell T V (PP14A-04) Lowenstern J B (V33H-05 V44A-02) Lowery C (PP51C-2317) Lowman J P (DI51C-01) Lowman L (B33E-0653) Lowry C (H11D-08) Loyd S J (PP11B-2021) Loyola D G (A43A-0189) Lozier M (A14F-01) Lozos J (S13E-08) Lu B (H21C-1406) Lu C (S21C-03) Lu C (H33A-1524) Lu C (H23E-1593) Lu C (A21D-0072) Lu D (B13E-0663) Lu D (GC51B-1148) Lu F (NG31A-1834) Lu F (A11C-0024) Lu G (SM51C-2498) Lu G (AE22A-06) Lu H (B33E-0650 H31G-1474) Lu J (A51C-0055) Lu J (SM21A-2426) Lu J (GC21H-1190) Lu M (ED41A-0836) Lu M (A33J-0399) Lu P (H21A-1376) Lu Q (C33C-0838) Lu Q (EP53A-0929) Lu Q (SH51F-2646) Lu S (SM51B-2475) Lu X (SA43A-2391) Lu X (B51G-0494) Lu X (A51A-0004) Lu Y (PP11A-1999) Lu Y (SM51C-2502 SM51C-2503) Lu Y (B11B-0436) Lu Y (GC51A-1134) Lu Y (MR21B-2636) Lu Y (H53K-04) Lu Z (H31F-1462) Luais B (V51A-3057) Luan Y (S43B-2855) Luan Z (OS41C-1962) Lubicich E J (V33D-3155) Lubin D (A51G-0146) Lucas D D (GC31F-1160) Lucas G (AE21A-04) Lucas S E (A23G-0296) Luce C H (C14C-03 H13L-1584 H52A-03) Lucero E (IN21B-1738) Lucey P G (P53A-2169) Luckie T (T51G-3000) L deling C (MR51D-04) Ludwig S (B23D-0615) Lue M C (P53C-2230) Luebke J P (ED13F-04) Lugaz N (SH13B-2302 SH52A-01) Luginbuhl M (S43C-2881) Luhmann J G (P13A-1901 SH12B-07) Lui A (SM52A-09) Luijendijk A (EP51C-04) Luis J M (S23C-2779) Luk O O (SH21C-2554) Luke E P (A33I-0382) Luke W T (B33D-0642) Lukens C E (EP34A-02) Lukovic J (GC14B-07) Lum T (B53C-0543) Lumpe J D (SA13A-2122) Luna D (H53I-01) Luna Bennasar M (SH41E-01) Lund B (S53A-2806) Lund D C (PP53E-07) Lund E J (SM43C-08) Lund J (C33B-0786) Lund Snee J e (NS43A-1922) Lundgren P (G41C-04) Lundquist J D (H11D-01) Lundquist J K (A21I-04) Lundsten E M (OS13C-1830) Lunghino B (EP33C-1000) Lunn R J (T51B-2908) Lunning N (P22A-05) Lunt D J (PP41F-02 U41A-12) Lunzer J (ED31B-0883) Luo B (T13A-2667) Luo B (A31D-0075) Luo D (GC51D-1202) Luo G (A42A-05) Luo H (H33M-05) Luo H (S41A-2732) Luo M (A23A-0179 GP51A-1370) Luo S (A43G-0315) Luo W (ED13C-0943) Luo X (B53I-0623) Luo X (G31B-1068) Luo Y (H43C-1437 S43B-2857) Luo Y (H21C-1421) Luo Z J (A34D-02) Luong K (ED41A-0835) Luong T M (A13A-0211) Lupascu A (A54B-06) Lupien R (PP23A-2314) Lupker M (B13C-0586 T31A-2878) Lupton J E (V11B-2783) Luptowitz R (GC11B-1123) Luque A (AE13A-0415) Luquot L (H11E-06) Lusk A D (T21D-2867) Lusk D W (A53B-0290) Luthcke S B (G53A-06) Lutsko N (A41K-02) Lutz A F (GC11F-06) Lutz T M (ED51C-0810) Luvall J C (GC54C-07) Lv E (EP53D-1017) Lv M (EP41A-0898) Lyapustin A (A51B-0031) Lymer G (T41E-3005) Lynch B (EP43A-0942) Lynch C (A33B-0208) Lynch E A (T33C-3036) Lynch K A (PA53B-13) Lynch P (A21E-0130) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Lynett P J (NH51D-05) Lynner C (S33F-08) Lynnes C (IN13B-1658 IN21D-01) Lyon J (SM41B-2427) Lyon S W (H14A-01) Lyons E A (B53G-0587) Lyons J R (P53B-2211) Lyons L R (SM43A-2478) Lyons S L (PP52B-07) Lysak R L (SM22A-02) Lytle M L (T33A-2993) Lyu F (AE32A-02 AE33A-0419) Lyu H (H41B-1315) Lyu K (A23H-0317) Lyu S (H33F-1596) Lyu X (GC21H-1205) L vholt F (NH43A-1828) M M K (A41F-0100) Ma C (MR13A-2402) Ma C (GC31H-1203) Ma F (A43C-0237) Ma G (NH43B-1857) Ma H (B31E-0507) Ma H (EP41E-03) Ma H (B41C-0444) Ma H (A52D-01) Ma J (GC11D-1169) Ma J (ED41A-0781) Ma J (B51F-0469) Ma K (NH23D-04) Ma L (B11D-0491) Ma L (OS51C-2080) Ma L (B23E-0631) Ma M (B11F-0538) Ma Q (B43C-0616) Ma Q (SM11B-2149) Ma Q (B51C-0411) Ma S (B23B-0581) Ma S (IN11B-1628) Ma S (B33E-0677) Ma T (A21D-0071) Ma W (A21D-0069) Ma X (S21B-2709) Ma X (OS31E-02) Ma X (T51B-2909) Ma X (SM13B-2195) Ma Y (A14B-03) Ma Y (A23H-0328 H31E-1438) Ma Y (P11D-06) MA Y (A13B-0240) Ma Y (SM33C-2526) Ma Y (C21B-0693) Ma Y (NH11A-1714) Ma Z (A23B-0210) Ma Z (S41A-2761) Maahn M (A11G-0103) Maas C (P51A-2130) Maattanen A E (P24C-01) Mac Niocaill C (T42B-01) MacAlister E (GP43A-1219) Macander M J (C41F-06) Macartney A (P21C-2140) MacAvoy S E (B31C-0486 ED23C-0834) MacCracken R F (NG13A-1691) Macdonald A M (NH23A-1857) MacDonald E (PA52A-06 PA53B-17) MacDonald I R (OS34A-07) MacDonald L H (EP31B-0948 H42A-08) MacDonald M K (GC41H-04) Macduff M (IN41B-1661) Mace G G (A11J-0141) Mace R (PA33B-2239) MacFarlane J (MR51B-2709) MacFerrin M J (C41E-0729) MacGorman D R (AE21A-01) MacGregor J A (C53A-0697) Mach K J (PA31C-2216) Machain-Castillo M L (PP41C-2254) Machineni N (A43H-0355) Machmuller M (B41F-0501) Macholdt D (PP33B-2354) Macias Sanchez J (NH41A-1755) Macias-Fauria M (GC42A-01) Maciejewski R (H31J-08) Macintosh B (P13C-04) MacIntyre S (B21F-0486) MacIntyre S (B51D-0434) Mack M C (B41J-04) Mackay D S (B31K-04) MacKay K (A31I-0158) Mackey J E (PP51C-2314) Mackey K G (S51A-2766) Mackey T J (B43D-06) Mackintosh A N (C34B-03) Mackler D A (SM21A-2432) Macko S A (B31C-0487 ED23C-0831 ED23C-0833) Mackowski D (A43L-02) Maclachlan J C (ED13A-0924) MacLean S A (GC34A-02) MacLeod C J (OS23F-01 OS24B-06 T33A-2992) MacMahan J H (OS23B-2024) MacMartin D G (GC21E-1144 GC33B-1229) MacMillan D S (G41A-1004) MacNeice P J (SH11C-2243) MacNeille R B (EP43C-0982) Macris C A (P22A-07) MacVean L J (GC11E-07) Madadgar S (GC51E-1242) Madani K (H32C-01) Madanian H (P43D-05) Madara B (T43E-3103) Madden E H (S21B-2725) Maddox E (A41C-0047) Madison C (B33E-0665) Madlee S (SA43A-2388) Madoff R D (ED51J-05 EP53C-0964) Madrigal P (DI11A-2339) Madsen C A (SH31B-2570) Madson A (NH41B-1778) Maeda A (PP43C-2350) Maeda J (SA43A-2385) Maeda T (S31C-2789) Maeda T (NH32B-02) Maeda Y (V43D-3170) Maes C (OS52B-02) Maesano F E (T31E-2949) Maffei S (GP23B-1337) Mafi J N (IN31B-1767) Magalhaes N (V21B-04) Magana V (H21G-1515) Magdanz J (GC21F-1160) Magee N B (A43F-0301) Maggi F (B13F-0701) Maggiolo R (P43A-2100) Maggioni V (H11G-05 H13J-1554) Magilligan F J (EP51B-0900) Magnabosco C (B33A-0580) Magnani M (S43C-2877) Magney T S (B51B-0409) Magni V (T41F-02 T54A-03) Magnoni F (S43B-2860) Magnuson A L (EP53C-0953) Magruder L A (C14A-07) Maguire R (DI41B-2636) Mahabal A (ED24A-04 IN43C-1703) Mahaffey S H (NH22B-05) Mahaffy P R (P21D-06) Mahajan R (NG33A-1860) Mahajan S (A51H-0163) Mahal J (T51G-3006) Mahalder B (EP33A-0958) Mahan H R (H11B-1292) Mahanta B (MR51B-2708) Mahapatra P S (GC23G-1303) Mahar G A (H33D-1566) Mahar M (V23A-2960) Maharjan M (B51D-0431) Mahat V (H43J-1595) Maher K (EP43C-0985) Mahmood A (H51A-1422) Mahmood T H (H43J-1609) MahmoodPoorDehkordy F (NS43C-1935) Mahmoudabadi H (G21B-1004 G21B-1006) Mahmoudian A (AE22A-01) Mahon R C (EP53C-0989) Mahoney C (V13B-2840) Mahr J (V53C-3119) Mai E (IN11C-1633) Mai J (H11A-1285) Maia A (OS44A-06) 264 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Maibach E (ED31D-02) Maier K L (OS21A-1943) Maier M (B23E-0648) Maier N T (C33A-0770) Mailyan B G (AE33A-0427) Maimaiti M (SM33B-2516) Maimaitiaili A (GC21B-1074) Main I G (NG12A-06 NG12A-09) Maio C V (EP13C-1047) Majeed T (P13A-1930) Majid W (P21B-2100) Major J J (V32A-04) Majumdar U (OS54A-07) Makarevich R A (SM23A-2464) Makarim S (OS12A-07) Makaroglu O (GP51C-1395) Makarova M (PP51C-2323) Makela J J (NH53D-01) Makhluf A R (V23E-07) Makhnenko R Y (T52C-06) Makhoudia F (NS31A-1946) Maki T (A11B-0023 A31E-0085) Makimura M (MR51A-2697) Maksimowicz M (H33G-1627) Maksym T (C43B-0754) Maksyutov S S (B33C-0605 GC32A-06) Makushkina A (S41A-2725) Malakar N K (GC54C-05) Malakar P (H31C-1380) Malakit K (SM21A-2409) Malama B (H53G-1793) Malambo L (B51F-0472 B53H-0611) Malanson G P (GC34A-06) Malard J J (GC31A-1110 GC51A-1125) Malaspina D (SM34B-08) Maldonado S (EP33C-0996) Malek K (H51H-1592) Malenda H F (H33J-1691) Malenda M G (H53D-1740) Malhotra A (B43C-0629) Malinverno A (OS51B-2044) Malkov M (SH22A-05 SH51E-2615) Malkowski M A (EP11C-07) Mallard J M (H53F-1765) Mallet A (SH44A-07) Malley P (C11D-03) Mallia D V (A31I-0175) Mallik C (A33A-0190) Mallmann G (MR13A-2418) Mallonee H C (P33D-2179) Malone A (C51G-07) Malone S L (B33F-0683 B42B-01) Maloney A E (PP21C-2304) Maloney E D (A33D-0251) Maloney J M (EP11A-0984) Malservisi R (G11A-1061) Mammarella I (B41B-0411) Mamo B L (PP43A-2296) Manago K F (H12E-06) Manatschal G (T41E-2993) Mancenido D O (H43D-1473) Manchester W (SH11C-2249) Mancinelli N J (DI41D-03) Mancktelow N S (T13E-03 T43D-3084) Manconi A (S33C-2853) Mandal D (H43A-1395) Mandal S (OS13B-1815) Mandea M (NH51C-1965) Mandic M (V43B-3159) Mandler B E (PA43B-2222) Mandt K (P53A-2162) Manduca C A (ED11F-01) Maneiro K A (EP11C-03) Maneta M P (H51H-1577) Maneva Y G (SH14B-04 SH44A-08) Manga M (NH23D-05 P44A-03) Mangan T (SA51A-2399) Mangeard P (SH31B-2598) Mangel A R (H31D-1405) Mangeney A (EP23D-07 NH43C-1889 S32B-05 S51C-05) Mangeon S (A11D-0042) Manghnani V (NH12B-01) Mangiarotti S (NG33A-1847) Mani B (A43H-0347) Manies K (B23C-0597) Mankin J S (GC14B-06) Mann I R (SM22B-01) Mann M E (OS41C-1993) Manning A J (EP33A-0969 EP33A-0975) Manning C L (ED51E-0828) Manning C E (V31A-3062) Manning J E (H31E-1436) Mannino A (OS31A-1995) Mannucci A J (SH31C-04) Manoharan V (IN41C-1671) Manome A (C21A-0659) Mansouri Kouhestani F (ED13B-0941) Manthilake G (DI31B-2627) Mantua N J (A21B-0032) Manucharyan G E (OS31C-2043) Manweiler J W (SM11A-2135) Manzi M S (U43A-08) Manzoni S (B11I-06 NG23A-1829) Mao D (P53A-2179) Mao D (H31D-1401) Mao F (H21E-1444 H43Q-04) Mao H (IN11B-1627 NH22B-04) Mao J (B32C-04) Mao J (A31G-0121) Mao J (A43E-0283) Mao R (A21E-0116) Mao S (S53C-03) Mao X (P41C-07) Mao X (PP31A-2265) Mao Y (H33H-1655) Mao Z (MR21B-2634) Maohui G (V11B-2778) Maples S (H53C-1716) Maquiling J T (GP51B-1383) Maraffi S (ED21B-0784) Mara n-Jim nez S (B34B-02) Maravilla D (NH13A-1751) Marcaida M (V11A-2748) Mar ais J (H21B-1396 H41H-03 NG13A-1687) Marchand P (GC42B-07) Marchandon M (G23A-1024) Marchant B (A51A-0007) Marchenko S S (GC24A-07) Marchesini P (S44A-03) Marchetti M (H23I-1689) Marchi S (V41A-3112) Marchis F (P13C-06 P43B-2108) Marchus K (B13D-0625) Marcillo O E (S11C-2478) Marcon V (EP43C-0991) Marcondes M L (MR13A-2389) Marcotullio P J (B41H-03 GC23K-05) Mardmomen N (ED31B-0878) Marechal J (H12A-03) Marengo J A (GC31E-1153) Mares-Ag ero M A (T41E-2978) Marey H S (A53C-0301) Margenot A J (B51H-0496) Margulis S A (H44D-01) Mariani Z (A51G-0136) Marin N (DI41C-2646) Marinescu P J (A52C-06) Maringue J I (NH11A-1712) Mariniere J (T51E-2982) Marino R (NG21B-02) Marinos R (B23I-07) Marinov I (A11C-0030) Mariotti A (A41G-0134) Mariotti G (EP22A-01 EP23C-03) Marisaldi M (AE33A-0428) Marjanovic M (T22C-05) Mark H F (T44C-02) Mark S (GC21I-01) Mark-Moser M (PA21A-2187) Marke T (C53D-0760) Markert K N (GC23G-1310) Markewitz D (H41D-1362) Markfort C D (A21I-08) Markidis S (SM21A-2413) Markle B R (PP34A-03) Markley M J (V23D-3006) Markovich K H (H43E-1505) Marks D G (C51C-0675) Marlier M E (H53N-02) Marno D R (A41I-02) Maroon E (A11F-0080) Marouf E A (P31B-2100) Marquardt K (MR41E-02) Marques G (H23J-1706) Marquez E (PA43A-2181) Marquez R (OS51C-2061) Marras S (NH41A-1748) Marrero J E (A31I-0171) Marrouch N (GC31A-1106) Marsac K (H31A-1334) Marselis S (B31E-0521) Marsh A (SH11D-06) Marsh C (H54A-06) Marsh D R (SA54A-04) Marsh L (GC11D-1173) Marsh P (GC21F-1155) Marshak A (A23D-0251) Marshall A D (V43B-3162) Marshall J A (EP43C-0968) Marshall J D (B51L-06) Marshall L A (H11C-07) Marshall M T (GC51B-1140 PA11E-06) Marshall R H (ED32A-05) Marshall R A (SA41A-2362) Marshall S T (G32A-06) Marshall T C (AE13A-0408) Marsooli R (OS23B-2048) Marston L (GC42B-02) Martens H R (G33B-1099) Martens J (SM11A-2133) Marti M (H43G-1537) Martien P T (A51K-0238) Martin A (C33D-04) Martin A (A53D-0334) Martin A (T21B-2814) Martin A M (V11B-2776) Martin B (EP51B-0899) Martin D J (C31C-04 T21D-2846) Martin E R (S13B-2550) Martin E (PA41B-2140) Martin J (H11F-02) Martin J F (DI34A-05) Martin K L (GC13D-1221) Martin K J (B11A-0420) Martin N A (A33E-0288) Martin R L (EP53E-1020) Martin S F (SH43C-2584) Martin S T (A41M-07) Martin S S (S11B-2455) Mart n-Rey M (OS23C-2051) Martin-Short R (T14C-04) Martindale R C (PP13D-07) Martineau P (A51C-0061) Martinez C (GC31B-1125 PA53B-10) Martinez E (IN53C-1900) Martinez F (T33A-3006) Martinez F (SH31B-2567) Martinez G (H13C-1381) Martinez K (IN23D-1793) Martinez S (EP11B-1010) Martinez Calderon C (SM41A-2414) Martinez Oliveros J (SH33A-06) Martinez Sierra L (P41B-2071) Martinez-Alonso S (A53H-08) Martinez-Benjamin J J (G41B-1022) Mart nez-Garz n P (T43E-3093) Martinez-Rey J (PA21A-2191) Martinez-Torres F A (GC23D-1272) Martinis C R (SA13B-08 SA31B-2392) Martinovi M (SH31B-2595) Martins M S (OS53A-2095) Marton G (T44A-08) Martos Y (C52A-02) Martos-Alvarez R (T41E-2997) Marty B (P52A-01) Marty S B (S33C-2845) Martz J W (V43F-02) Maruca B (SH11A-2216) Maruyama N (SM33C-2524) Maruyama S (NH23A-1853) Marvel K (A41K-06 A53G-06) Maryanto S (V43A-3136) Marzen R E (T42D-02) Marzocchi A (C32B-06) Masarik M T (A13A-0213) Mascaro G (H13J-1539) Mascaro J (IN54A-05) Mascioli N R (A41B-0035) Mashayekhi R (A33C-0236 A54B-02) Masiello C A (B22C-04 B23D-0608) Masion A (B51A-0378 B53F-0565) Maskey M (NG41A-1726) Maskey M (IN52A-04) Maslowski W (GC21A-1043) Ma mann J (MR41C-2710 MR51C-2734) Mason C C (EP11C-01) Mason E (P21B-2084) Mason H E (H12C-05) Mason J P (SH13A-2287) Mason J (EP23A-0924) Mason J A (B41F-0506) Mason K A (P13B-1938) Mason S (GC51E-1252) Mass A (B41C-0443) Massa C (PP21C-2300) Massam A (PP41C-2276) Massanelli J (PA13D-1991) Massin F (S32A-07) Massman W J (B21N-07) 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Matsumura M (SA43C-2403) Matsunaga T (A31N-01) Matsuo J (NS21C-03) Matsuo T (SM32A-04) Matsushima M (DI13A-2355) Matsushita H (GP31C-1326) Matsuyama I (P51B-2133) Matsuzaki K M (PP43A-2292) Matsuzawa T (T21C-2837) Matteo D (B43B-0594) Matteo E N (MR41C-2712) Matteodo M (B41F-0511) Matthaeus W H (SH42A-05 SH43B-2567) Matthes J H (B53A-0506) Matthews E (B23B-0582) Matti B (H42E-07) Mattia M (S33A-2805) Mattson K G (B53F-0583) Maturilli A (P23A-2148) Matz K (P43C-2121) Matzel E (S12B-07) Matzen A K (V11B-2786) Matzka J (GP31C-1315 SA13A-2093) Maue A D (EP41B-0914) Mauk B (SM32B-01 U22A-03) Maull K e (IN43B-1695) Maunder B L (T31F-2987) Maupin C R (PP31D-2332) Maurer E P (GC43C-1171) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 265 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Maurer G E (B21B-0446) Maurer J (G51A-1082) Maurer J M (C13D-0869) Maurer T (A24C-03) Maurin R (EP23D-04) Maury J (S43D-06) Maurya A S (T51D-2952) Maurya S (S43B-2830) Maurya V P (GP34A-08) Maute A I (SA12A-03) Mauzerall D L (A12B-07) Mauzole Y (OS31C-2039) 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McCormick M E (B33B-0599) McCormick M P (A21H-02) McCoy F W (ED43A-0850) McCoy I L (A42C-02) McCoy S W (T24A-04) McCoy-West A (V53E-06) McCrary R R (A54D-07) McCray J E (H24E-07) McCreight J L (H42B-08) McCrimmon D (B41C-0430) McCrory P A (V31B-3100) McCrystall M (A51M-02) McCulloch L A (GC43B-1164) McCullough C (G11C-04) McCullum A K (H51K-03) McCurley K (H51M-04 H53B-1689) McDaris J R (ED51C-0813) McDonald B C (A24F-03) McDonald G D (P21B-2090) McDonald K C (B33G-0696 H51H-1630) McDonald S E (SA41C-04) McDonald-Buller E (GC51E-1213) McDonnell J (H13E-1417) McDougall C (ED24A-01) McDowell E R (OS43A-2014) McDowell M J (B21F-0478) McDowell N G (B42A-01 B43H-03) McDowell P F (EP51B-0895) McDowell W H (B13C-0595) McDuffie E E (A42A-03) McElroy B J (EP42A-05) McElwaine J (EP43D-02) McEnroe S A (GP31A-1283) McEntee C (PA44B-01) McFadden J P (P13D-06) McFall A S (C13A-0808) McFarland J W (B23I-03) McFarland P K (G51A-1083) McFarlane H B (T31B-2895) McFarlane K J (B21I-0528) McFarlin J M (PP11C-2028) McFarquhar G M (A11G-0089) McGann M (PP53A-2361) McGarr A (S22B-01) McGarry J (C11A-0750) McGary R S (T31F-2991) McGibbney L J (IN23B-1773 IN41B-1660 PA33B-2242) McGillivary P A (ED33F-0924) McGinnis S A (GC53B-1290) McGlannan A J (C53C-0729) McGouldrick K (P53B-2191) McGovern P J (P54A-08) McGowan A E (B13A-0555) McGowan L E (C51C-0673) McGranaghan R M (SM53A-07) McGrath D (C14C-01) McGrath G S (H13E-1426) McGrath S M (PP21A-2272) McGraw M C (V43C-3163) McGraw R L (A51H-0170) McGregor S L (SM13B-2202) McGregor S (A42E-02) McGuffin A B (EP11A-0967) McGuffy C (EP43C-0992) McGuire A D (B54F-01) McGuire C P (MR21C-03) McGuire K J (EP43C-0974) McGuire M (B51L-05 B53F-0577) McGuire R E (SM41B-2423) McHale M R (B31F-0532) McHarg M G (AE13A-0417) McHugh C M (PP42A-04) McIlhattan E (A33D-0253) McInnes B (IN33C-08 IN44A-07) McIntire C (GC53D-1324) McIntire M Z (V53D-3140) McIntosh H (B23B-0573) McIntosh J C (U53A-03) McIntosh J (A51E-0104) McKay M (PP43B-2323) McKay M A (ED43B-0857) McKee K F (S11C-2463) McKeen S A (A11M-0181 IN31A-1746) McKenzie J M (H13L-1588) McKenzie J A (B41A-0395) McKenzie R (EP11C-08) McKinley C C (PP11A-2003) McKinley G A (OS42A-07) McKinnon K A (A23H-0335) McKinnon W B (P54A-02) McKnight J (B41F-0499) McKuin B (GC23A-1218 PA41C-2155) McLachlan P (NS43C-1933) McLachlan R L (EP31C-02) McLaren R (A42A-06) McLarney W (H23G-1664) McLaskey G (S11E-06) McLaughlin D L (H43I-1573) McLaughlin R (H13L-1589) McLean N M (IN23F-06 V21A-08 V23A-2957) McLennan S M (P22A-02) McLeod C L (ED11D-0912) McLinden C A (A24F-06) McMahon N D (S31E-04) McManus J (PP14B-06) McManus J F (PP13C-04) McMillan C K (B41E-0487) McMillan H K (H42F-02) McMillan M (C11A-0747) McMurdie L A (H14C-02) McNab A T (S11A-2441) McNab F (EP53B-0943) McNally A (H21E-1459) McNamara D J (S31A-2726) McNamara M E (A11M-0182) McNamara S M (C13A-0801) McNeal P M (ED51C-0811) McNeece C J (H13H-1494) McNeil B E (B52D-08) McNeil C (C34C-05) McNeil C L (EP33A-0962) McNeill L C (T41G-03) McNinch J (OS23A-2003) McNutt R L (SH21B-2524) McPartland M (B31E-0513) McPeters R D (A13D-0287) McPhaden M J (A41L-01) McPherron R L (SM51D-2512) McPherson A (T11D-2646) McPherson R C (G32A-03) McPhillips L E (H13M-1605) McSaveney M J (NH43C-1891) McTiernan J M (SH13A-2289) McTigue N D (B11G-05) McWilliams K A (SM43A-2488) McWilliams R S (MR13B-07) Mead C (ED41C-03 ED43A-0846) Meadows B (A31G-0124) Meadows M K (C41D-0701) Means B (ED41C-01) Mearce T (EP11B-1003) Mearns L (GC53F-02) Mears C A (A41H-0148) Meazell K (OS51B-2050) Mechie J (T12A-06) Mecklenburgh J (MR51C-2725) Mecray E L (PA43B-2210) Mecum B (IN41C-1668) Medard E (V44A-05) Meddens A J (GC51E-1228) Medeiros B (A43G-0307) Medina F (B21E-0471) Medina R (H41E-1369) Medley B (C11B-0773) Medley G (C11A-0749) Medvigy D (B41G-0522 H31I-04) Medynski S (V13C-2866) Meehan T (C53A-0693) Meehl G A (C32B-07 OS12A-04) Meeks Z C (SM51E-2539) Meerdink S (GC53C-1294) Meertens C M (G41C-01) Meftah M (SH31B-2554) Meher J (A51I-0183) Meheust Y (H21J-08 H51B-1452 H51D-1514) Mehmani Y (H51D-1519) Mehmel N (PP53A-2375) Mehouachi F (DI51A-2653) Mehra A (B33A-0581) Mehra M (A41A-0022) Mehran A (A51E-0112) Mehran M (H24A-04) Mehta D (SM23A-2481) Mehta N (H13F-1470) Mehta R D (V43E-3182) Mehterian S (PP51D-2341) Mei F (A51G-0137) Mei W (A43I-0368) Mei Y (H13J-1542) Meier M (S23A-2752) Meier W (C21A-0666) Meier W J (PP41C-2274) Meierbachtol T W (C42A-07) Meijers M J (T44B-01) Meinander O (C13B-0821) Meingast K M (H33J-1703) Meisenheimer D (H51B-1441) Meissner T (OS53A-2093) Meixner J (OS22B-04) Meixner T (ED52A-03 H43D-1465) Mejia H (S41B-2779) Mejia-Ambriz J (SH22B-04) Mejnertsen L (SH31C-02) Mekik F (PP14B-07) Meko D M (PP11C-2029) Mekonnen Z A (B54F-07 H21G-1497) Melaas E K (B42B-03) Melack J M (B24C-08) Melaschenko N (B12D-08) Melbourne T I (IN33B-1820) Melby G (ED31B-0886) Melchiorre A (GC51E-1231) Melgar D (S33G-06) Melhauser C (A33J-0404) Mellors R J (S53D-02) Mellouki A (A33E-0290) Mellqvist J (A13N-02) Melnichenko O (OS53A-2096) Melton F S (H54D-05) Melton J R (B51E-0453) Meltzer A (T51E-2986) Meltzner A J (OS31B-2004) Melwani Daswani M (P21C-2124) Memarsadeghi N (IN31D-1795) Memin A (G33B-1093) Memis C (T51A-2897) Menard J (DI31A-2621) Mencin D (G32A-04 G33A-1082) Mendes Simao N (T33A-2997) Mendez F J (A13E-0324) Mendez R A (PA51A-2248) Mendieta A L (NS41B-1908) Mendiguren Gonz lez G (H41K-02) Mendonca J (A41F-0113) Mendonca Montenegro D (T31D-2936) Mendoza D L (A51K-0248) Mendoza E T (NH31A-1906) Mendoza J A (NH34B-02) Mendoza M (T23B-2912) Mendoza P A (H51F-1547) Mendoza Torres J (SH31B-2571) Mendoza-Resendiz A (EP51A-0891) Meneses G (G42A-03) Menezes V V (OS23E-02) Meng C (S31B-2755) Meng J (GP31B-1305) Meng L (C23B-0737) Meng L (B33D-0636) Meng L (S12A-05) Meng R (B31E-0510 ED33F-0921) Meng X (A32A-04) Meng X (A23J-0356) Meng X (V33E-3168) Meng X (NH53D-02) Meng X (H23C-1559) Mengason M J (V11B-2771) Mengistu S (B23A-0564) Mengjiao X (SH51A-2571) Menicucci A J (B21H-0519) Menietti J D (SM43D-05) Menke H P (H11E-02) Menke W H (T51G-3012) Menneken M (V53D-3155) Menold C A (V24B-02) Menon A (A13F-0340) Menz A (SM11A-2136) Menzies E (H33F-1604) Mercer J (H13L-1579) Mercier de L pinay J (GP34A-05) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 266 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Mere A (T21D-2852) Meredith L K (B53B-0530) Merenda K (AE22A-07) Mergelsberg S T (B21C-0456) Merkel S (MR24A-05) Merkin V G (SM41B-2425 SM43E-03) Merkouriadi I (C41A-0643) Merle S G (OS41A-1940) Merlis T M (A11I-0118 A53L-08) Merola M L (IN51A-1830) Meroni M (GC51F-02) Merrelli A J (A41F-0127) Merrifield A (H33K-1718) Merrifield M A (A43C-0236 OS11B-06) Mert A (S33D-2874) Merte S (NH21B-01) Merwade V (ED43E-0892 ED52A-02 H41B-1332) Meskhidze N (A24B-05) Messenzehl K (NH43C-1886) Messinger J P (A33E-0275) Metes J (IN21A-1721) Methner K (PP31F-05) Metivier L (G41A-1001) Metzger E (A41G-0130) Metzger E P (ED13E-0955) Metzger S (T11A-2579) Meunier Cardinal G (C41C-0680) Mewaldt R A (SH41D-01) Meyer A (C34A-07 C41A-0640 C41A0644 ED33G-06) Meyer B (GP43A-1210) Meyer C R (C41D-0698) Meyer D (OS51B-2040) Meyer F J (B44D-08 NH43D-02) Meyer J J (ED43F-02) Meyer K (A13D-0291) Meyer-Dombard D R (B33I-08) Meynadier L (GP43B-1243) Meyssignac B (OS31B-2013) Mezentsev A (AE33A-0423) Mezouar M (MR11B-02) Mezuman K (GC42C-08) Mhana N (S13C-07) Mi B (NS31A-1934) Mialle P (S11C-2473) Miallot H (NH41B-1794) Miao G (B54A-05) Miao L (OS13B-1826) Miao W (S33F-04) Miara A (GC41G-07) Michael A (SH41C-2544) Michael A J (PA53B-08 S51E-3172) Michael B P (IN43B-1691) Michael H A (B31H-0562) Michael K (IN33B-1806) Michael P J (V43F-05) Michael Link M (A33H-0350) Michaelides K (H53F-1774) Michaelides R J (G43A-1046) Michaelis A (IN21B-1728) Michaelis B (GC31J-07) Michalak A M (GC23K-03) Michaletz S T (B52D-03) Michalski G M (B13F-0678) Michalski J R (P21C-2128) Michaut C (V41A-3105) Michel N L (PA43A-2168) Michel S G (T13A-2695) Micheletty P D (H33H-1667) Micheli L (A23E-0279) Michell R (SA13B-02 SM41E-01) Michels A (GP34A-06) Michelson K (B11F-0527) Michibata T (A51H-0159) Micijevic E (A31D-0065) Middleditch A (OS11C-05) Middlemiss R P (T43F-02) Middleton J L (PP44B-06) Midekisa A (IN51B-1848) Midzik M (A51K-0239) Mieras R (OS23B-2039) Mierkiewicz E J (SA23A-2392) Miesel J R (B21M-04) Miguez-Macho G (B51E-0454) Mihajlovski A (IN23A-1765) Mihaly S F (OS43A-2022) Mijic A (H11H-05) Mika K (H13M-1594) Mikava D (S13A-2508) Miki T (V13A-2829) Mikic Z (SH43B-2570) Mikkelsen T N (B11E-0509) Mikucki J (B44B-06 C53B-0717) Miladinovich D (SA21B-2368) Milan D J (EP53D-1012) Milani S (MR13A-2407) Milazzo M P (ED43B-0865) Mildon Z K (S43F-3212 T13A-2675) Miles C (C33B-0795) Miles K A (NS41B-1918) Miles M W (PP13A-2048) Milillo A (SM53B-09) Milillo P (C13C-0832) Militzer B (MR22A-03) Miljanovic Tamarit V (S31A-2706) Millan R M (SM42A-01) Millan R (C13C-0844) Millan Valle L F (A21H-06) Millar C (GC31C-1128) Millar D (H54A-03) Millar R (GC24D-04) Miller A (PA44B-08) Miller B V (NS43C-1938 PA11D-03) Miller C E (B52C-03) Miller C (PP23B-2321) Miller D J (A51B-0014) Miller D J (B12D-03 B33H-0700) Miller E L (T11E-04) Miller E (SA12A-04) Miller G H (PP51F-07) Miller G J (H21E-1466) Miller H R (B13A-0541) Miller H (T11D-2654) Miller J (H11F-01 H13D-1404) Miller J N (H13B-1361) Miller J C (T51C-2944) Miller J (C53A-0694) Miller K A (H51H-1611) Miller K (H13F-1441 NH41A-1759) Miller M D (PP31E-08) Miller M K (ED23F-07 H43G-1546) Miller M M (H42D-01) Miller N C (OS21A-1937) Miller O L (C41D-0702) Miller P (ED22A-07) Miller P (T51B-2904) Miller Q R (H13F-1471) Miller R (PA43B-2189) Miller R J (GC11D-1176) Miller R H (T13B-2699) Miller S (H43G-1535) Miller S M (A32D-01) Miller S N (H31E-1435) Miller S J (A23B-0191) Miller S D (IN33D-04) Miller V V (PA33C-2244) Miller W P (H51F-1542 PA41C-2144) Millet C (S11C-2469) Millet D B (GC12A-06) Millet M (V53E-04) Milligan R O (SH11A-2214 SH31B-2561) Milliner C W (NH52B-02 T13A-2665) Millot R (H23A-1527) Mills B (PP22B-06) Mills C M (GC24A-06) Mills I F (P13A-1919) Mills R T (T23C-2953) Mills T (MR51C-2731) Millstein J D (C53A-0702) Milne G A (C22C-04 OS31B-2024) Milner K R (IN51C-1872) Miloch W J (P43A-2096) Mimba M E (H21H-02) Min B (GC41C-1103 H31F-1458) Min H (GC43A-1136) Min K (SM22B-08) Min K (B44D-05) Min Q (A33I-0386) Minafra J (P53C-2223) Minagawa H (B21G-0499) Minami T (NH41A-1766) Minchew B M (C32A-07) Minder J R (A11O-02) Minear J (H31B-1363) Ming D W (P11B-1860) Ming Y (A13C-0277) Minin D (MR33A-2674) Minin M (IN31B-1759) Minions C (B11C-0471) Minkara K E (PP23A-2313) Minnett P J (A23L-01 C21C-0706) Minnett R (IN21C-1744) Minnis P (A21K-03) Minobe S (OS22B-05) Minow J I (PA24A-06) Minschwaner K R (A11M-0186) Minson S E (S32A-06) Minster J H (IN41D-02) Minto J M (H12C-04) Mintz B G (V53A-3070) Minzoni M (OS13C-1837) Minzoni R T (C41B-0664) Mioduszewski J (A52A-06) Mirabolghasemi M (MR51B-2714) Miret D (OS23A-2012) Mirfenderesgi G (B11B-0434) Mirmasoudi S (ED13B-0940) Miro M (H54B-04) Mirus B B (NH41B-1782) Mirza A (V53D-3134) Mirza S (B41D-0471) Mirzazad S (PA32A-02) Mischna M (P21B-2105) Miselis J L (EP24B-03) Mishchenko M I (A43L-04 A44A-01) Mishin E V (SA31B-2393) Mishonov A V (A23G-0295 IN51A-1828 IN51A-1829) Mishra A k (T43B-3039) Mishra H (H31F-1450) Mishra N B (GC22C-06) Mishra R L (S53A-2835) Mishra U (B32E-06) Mishra V (H14A-03) Misra S (PP23C-2342) Misra S (A41H-0155) Mistry R (SM21A-2406) Misztal P K (A33H-0368) Mitchell C A (H13N-05) Mitchell D L (A42F-01 GC33B-1225 P13A-1918) Mitchell D G (SM43D-01) Mitchell E J (SA53B-2454) Mitchell G A (OS41B-1958) Mitchell K (AE33A-0426) Mitchell K (C33B-0822 C41F-02) Mitchell L (A51K-0247) Mitchell S J (V31A-3080) Mitchell S (ED33E-0919) Mithan H T (C53B-0710) Mitovski T (A43B-0219) Mitra S (T23B-2910 T23B-2917) Mitrescu C (IN21C-1746) Mitri G (P33A-2129) Mitsch W J (H13D-1400) Mitsui Y (T53A-05) Mitsunaga B (PP51D-2354) Mittelholz A (GP13A-02) Mittelstaedt E L (OS41C-1989) Miu J C (PP31D-2313) Miura T (B33J-07) Mix A C (PP12C-01) Mixa T (SA33A-2407) Miyakawa T (OS13E-02) Miyake H (S33G-03 S53B-2868) Miyake S (SH31C-06) Miyake Y (SM34A-03) Miyamoto A (S44B-07) Miyamoto H (H53E-1750) Miyasaka T (OS23C-2055) Miyashita Y (SM51B-2486) Miyawaki M (T43D-3070) Miyazaki K (A54B-01) Miyazaki T (IN51A-1826) Miyoshi T (NG33A-1864) Miyoshi Y (SA32A-08) Mizera M (T21A-2801) Mizugaki S (EP31A-0928) Mizukami N (H41K-07) Mladenov N (B11A-0421 B14A-07 ED22A-06) Mladenova I E (H33H-1654) Mlynczak M G (A11I-0130 SA21C-01) Mmereki B T (A21C-0058) Mnich M (P33D-2189 V31A-3087) Mo K (NG41A-1712) Mo S (H31F-1449) Mo Y (GC11D-1164) Mo Y (GC11D-1162) Moak R (H23D-1577) Mochizuki K (T31C-2910) Mochizuki M (NH43B-1840) Modak A (A33B-0205) Modarres R (A33G-0330) Moe A E (PP31E-04) Moebius E (SH31A-2528) Moerman J W (PP31F-06) Moeser D (C51B-0660) Moffat C F (C53E-06) Moffett C E (A23K-0376) Moffett K (EP32B-02) Moftakhari Rostamkhani H (NH24A-02) Moghaddam M (H31G-1473) Moghimi S (OS23A-2000) Mogi T (NS33A-1950) Mogk D W (PA12B-01) Mohajerani Y (G13A-1092) Mohamed R A (H52B-06) Mohammad Q A (PA23B-2235) Mohammadi O (PP13B-2072) Mohammadi Asl Z (T43D-3086) Mohammadi Khabbazan M (GC33B-1232) Mohammadnejad H (H33A-1496) Mohammed A (C51D-0687) Mohammed F (NH43B-1845) Mohammed O (H33A-1527) Mohan S S (OS13A-1794) Mohanty B (H11A-1274 H23D-1570 H23N-05 H33H-1649) Mohanty S (OS31E-01) Moharana S (B31E-0517) Mohite A R (H13J-1545) Mohiuddin A (DI22A-02) Mohn W W (B12B-02) Mohr K J (P13B-1935) Mohr M (A12C-06) Mohrig D C (EP41E-07) Mohrmann J (A54C-05) Moitra P (V53C-3094) Moknatian M (H51H-1628) Moldwin M (ED23E-01 SM53C-03) M lg N (C41C-0685) Molina J M (H33C-1557) Molina P G (V53D-3162) Molinario G (B43A-0569) Molinek F R (GP14C-06) Molineux A (PA51B-2268) Molino G D (EP21B-0881) Molins S (H13F-1472) Molisee D D (V11C-2809) Mollenhauer G (B23F-08) Moller D (C13F-02) M ller F M (B31A-0452) M ller M (C53D-0761) M ller R (C13B-0826) Molnar I L (H51B-1442 H53G-1785) Molnia B F (PA54A-06) Molnos S (A53F-0369) Molod A (H32B-04) Molodtsov S (GC21A-1046) Molodtsova T (C43B-0762) Moloney M (ED33E-0918) Molotch N P (U42A-06) Molthan A (IN33D-06 NH43D-03) Momen M (A11R-03) Momoh E I (T32A-06) Monaco B R (V23D-3012) Monaghan A J (A13A-0217 GC12A-02) Moncrieff M W (A53A-0257) Mondal D R (T41B-2905) Monecke K (EP23A-0949) Monegaglia F (EP53G-06) Monier E (GC31B-1124) Monnier S (S41A-2735) Monohan C (PA41B-2141 PA44A-02) Monsalve G (T41D-2956) Montagud-Camps V (SH44A-03) Montaldo N (H33C-1558) Montalto F A (H12E-08 H31D-1417) Montane F (B21B-0444) Montazeri M (NS23A-1932) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 267 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Monteagudo M M (PP44B-05) Montealegre C (S43B-2839) Montelli A (C53C-0754) Montero-Martinez G (A33E-0294) Montes C (B31B-0476) Montesi L (OS31D-2065 T14B-07) Monteverde D (B13G-0736) Montgomery J (H31A-1336) Montgomery M J (PA14B-07) Montgomery-Brown E K (V53A-3065) Montini T (A11N-0198) Montoya E (A21G-0158) Montoya J (ED41A-0794) Montoya M (PP11D-07) Montserrat S (EP21C-0896) Monty J (C43B-0756) Montzka S A (A41J-05 A43A-0173) Moodie A J (EP43A-0945) Moody D (IN24A-05) Mookherjee M (DI31B-2628 MR12A-08) Moon D R (GC33B-1224) Moon I (V13A-2825) Moon J (A33J-0403) Moon J B (H42G-08) Moon S (EP14B-01) Moon S (H43C-1431) Moon T A (C13C-0845) Moon W (NG31A-1823) Moon Y (A53L-02) Mooney M E (ED21B-0776) Moorcroft P R (GC51H-04) Moore A (ED13D-0951) Moore A W (EP43E-02) Moore B (GC23B-1232) Moore C (B11C-0483) Moore C S (NH41A-1756 SH11D-03) Moore D (GC23K-16 S31A-2707) Moore D W (OS13A-1790) Moore D E (MR41A-2691) Moore F C (GC53F-05 PA31B-2201) Moore G M (V33H-03) Moore J D (S52C-08) Moore J M (P54A-03) Moore J (B13D-0626) Moore J (EP43C-0981) Moore J C (GC43B-1150) Moore K (IN23E-03) Moore K (C31D-07 PP51A-2289) Moore K (G51C-06 GP23C-1346) Moore L J (EP32B-04) Moore L (V31A-3063) Moore R T (IN54A-01) Moore R (A54C-06) Moore R D (AE33B-0444 H42A-05) Moore S (V53A-3068) Moore T (SH12A-06 SM33C-2523 SM51F-2564) Moore T S (B31L-06) Moortgat J (H41F-1383 H51O-01) Moradi A (SH51E-2623) Moradi I (A23C-0247) Moradkhani H (H21G-1516 NG33A-1865 NH53E-03) Moraes M G (H54F-02) Moral A C (SA11A-05) Morales Rivera A M (G21C-04) Morales-Casique E (H31C-1384) Morales-Marin L A (H13A-1322) Morales-Rincon L A (GC43A-1147) Moran B J (H54B-08) Moran E H (NH51B-1943) Moran J (V34A-05) Moran J E (H21B-1399) Moran T (A13E-0328) Morande J A (H53A-1663) Morang H (A31D-0078) Morard G (MR21B-2648 MR34A-03) Moravec B G (EP41F-03) Moravek A (A22F-06) Morche D (H43G-1524) Mordret A (S33D-2857) Moreau F (G51B-1111) Moreaux G (G11B-1068 G41A-1006) Morelan A E (T33D-07) Morell K D (T33D-02) Morelli T (GC34A-03 PA43B-2204) Morency C (S21D-08) Moreno A L (B31D-0503) Moreno H A (H53H-1819) Moreno M (G32A-01) Moreno-Casas P A (EP53E-1024) Morey S (EP43B-0957) Morgan A M (EP41B-0913) Morgan C (MR31B-06) Morgan D J (C41B-0660) Morgan D D (P13A-1927) Morgan E C (A23D-0260) Morgan E J (OS42A-06) Morgan J A (EP51A-0862) Morgan J V (NS31A-1937) Morgan J S (SH22B-05) Morgan M G (GC22A-02) Morgan P M (G31C-05) Morgan P J (G41A-1010) Morgan R L (T41E-3012) Morgan T (NH43A-1827) Morgan T A (B33E-0659) Morgan W (A41B-0034) Morgenstern R (V53D-3136) Morgenthaler J P (SM51E-2527) Mori A (NH53B-1996) Mori J J (S13A-2520) Moriarty J (OS43B-2041) Morimoto M (B44D-03) Morin E (H41L-02) Morin T H (H43I-1572) Morino I (A41F-0112) Morioka H (S53A-2788) Morioka Y (OS22B-06) Morita S (NH51C-1970) Morley S (SM23C-07) Morlighem M (C51A-0637) Moro M (NH21A-1830) Moroizumi T (H23D-1568) Moronfoye A T (ED31B-0888) Moroni D F (IN41B-1663) Morozov I B (S41A-2743) Morra G (T22D-07) Morrill C (PP31C-2284) Morrill P L (B31A-0449) Morris A R (ED31A-0851) Morris A (OS24B-04 OS31D-2059) Morris C K (B51E-0464) Morris J T (B11G-01) Morris J (PP13B-2069) Morris K (PA43A-2179) Morris M (A43I-0383) Morris R (V13C-2867) Morris R V (P11B-1855) Morrison A (C42B-01) Morrison B D (GC42A-04) Morrison I (PA13C-1985) Morrison R A (MR33B-2686) Morrison R R (H53B-1685) Morrison S M (IN41A-1648) Morrow T A (T33C-3048) Morschhauser A (GP23C-1347) Morss R E (A43I-0375) Mortensen Z H (H13D-1403) Mortimer C (C33B-0803) Morton D C (B53I-0622) Morton E (T42C-02) Morton V (V43D-3175) Morton Y (AE22A-04) Mortuza M (H21G-1518) Morway E D (H53A-1673) Morzfeld M (NG23B-08) Moschetti M P (S54B-08) Moser F C (ED51B-0795) Moser S C (U11A-05) Moses C (EP23A-0952) Moses J F (IN21B-1726) Moses M L (SA21B-2370) Mosher D C (C51F-08 T42D-08) Moshtaghi M (H53B-1688) Moslehi M (H51D-1503) Mosquera G (H52E-04) Moss R H (GC33F-01 GC34D-01) Most S (H51D-1501 H51D-1502) Mostafa A N (A51I-0182) Mostafavi P (SH21A-2500) Motanated K (ED13C-0945) Mothes P A (T51E-2979) Motoba T (SM31A-2443) Motoyama M (P51A-2116) Mottram C M (T43D-3076 V51B-02) Moucha R (EP53B-0947) Mouginis-Mark P J (P11E-01) Mouginot J (C12B-04) Mouikis C (SM33C-2527) Moulik P (DI31A-2618) Moulton J D (SM11C-2166) Moulton M (OS23A-1993) Mount G (EP43C-0983) Mountain M E (B33C-0616) Mousavi S (S13B-2545 S52B-02) Mouslopoulou V (T21E-02) Moustafa S (C41D-0707) Moxey L (OS31A-1980) Moya P S (SH21D-2562) Moyer E J (A21B-0035) Moyer P A (S13A-2517) Moysey S M (ED13C-0947 ED41C-08) Mozafari Amiri N (EP14B-07) Mozaffari A (NS33B-1968) Mozer F (SM13C-02) Mu C (T23A-2892) Mubako S T (B41H-02) Mucek A E (V53D-3158) Mucelli A (NS33B-1960) Mudunuru M K (H13H-1497) Mueller J (G53A-02) Mueller K L (A51K-0225) Mueller N D (GC21B-1094) Mueller N (T41E-2975) Mueller P (H21B-1402) Mueller S (V43E-3189) Mueller T (PP11B-2012 V24C-02) Muenchow A (PP13A-2042) Muglia M (OS13B-1816) Mugo R M (GC41B-1101) Muhammad A (H43I-1575) Muhammad N (MR41C-2714) Muir J B (S32C-04) Muirhead J (T44C-08 V51C-05) Muis S (NH22A-01 NH51B-1949) Mukai S (A41A-0003) Mukherjee L (A33F-0299) Mukherjee R (V23B-2973) Mukhin D (NG24A-03) Mukhopadhyay D K (T41E-2987) Mukhopadhyay S (T11G-08 T13D-04 T23B-2916) Mukoyoshi H (S21B-2695) Mukuhira Y (H13G-1486) Mukundan R (H41B-1298) Mulcahy J P (A44E-05) Mulder G (A51B-0033) Muldoon G (C52A-04) Mulia I E (NH32B-07) Mullan D (PA31A-2196) Mullenbach J (EP21C-0904) Mullendore G L (A41C-0044) Mullens E (PA31A-2198) M ller A (A31A-0014) Muller C j (A51L-01) Muller E (ED51D-0821) Muller H (H43K-1634) Muller J (A33H-0343) Muller J (A41I-03) M ller M (GC24A-03) M ller S K (OS13A-1784) M ller T (EP33D-1023) Muller-Karger F E (GC13I-04 GC33E-03) Mulligan Skov T (SH13B-2294) Mullinix R (SH11C-2256) M lmenst dt J (A44E-01) Mulvey G (ED11E-02) Mulyukova E (T23E-04) Munafo I (S13A-2509) Munchak S J (A11P-04) Mundl A (DI13B-02) Munger J W (B43E-01) Mungov G (NH43B-1844) Mu iz Y (B23D-0611) Munoz D (ED31B-0862 SH31B-2593) Munoz J J (T41B-2923) Munoz S E (H42E-06) Munoz V (H51H-1595) Munoz V (NG41A-1713) Munoz Hernandez A (H43B-1417) Munoz Iglesias V (P31C-2110) Munoz Saez C (T43A-3024) Munoz Villers L E (H31E-1434) Munoz-Arriola F (H53A-1655 H53C-1706) Munoz-Jaramillo A (SH11A-2219 SH43D-2589) Munro D R (OS43B-2051) Munroe J S (A21E-0104) Munsat T L (P53C-2232 SA51A-2413) Muntean M (A12B-05) Munton D C (SA44A-01) Munyikwa K (EP53C-0993) Mura A (P23D-04) Muradyan P (A23B-0211) Murakami D (B33H-0702) Murakami G (SM41C-2445) Murakami K (B33C-0604) Murakami M (A41E-0084) Murakoshi T (S41A-2724) Muramoto T (S43D-01) Muranushi T (SH11C-2240) Muraoka H (B32B-01) Muraoka M (OS51B-2039) Muraszko J (GP51C-1392) Murata F (A43H-0353) Murguia-Flores F (B51E-0449) Muri H (GC31I-01) Murotani S (S21B-2721) Murphy B S (T51G-3018) Murphy B P (EP32A-06) Murphy D M (A41J-03) Murphy K R (SM21B-03) Murphy M J (GC41A-1070) Murphy N A (SH31B-2584) Murphy P (B11B-0456) Murphy S (EP53C-0958) Murphy S Y (C41A-0648) Murphy S (S13E-06) Murphy S F (B23A-0562) Murphy T (ED24B-12 ED31C-02) Murray C (P33E-03) Murray J R (G14A-03) Murray K E (H24E-03) Murray L T (A11L-0176) Murray M S (PA11A-1950) Murray S (PP11B-2018) Murru M (S53A-2849) Murschell T (A33H-0364) Murtagh W J (IN32A-04 SH21F-01) Murtha T (OS11A-1777) Murtugudde R G (OS43C-05) Murty S A (PP41C-2278) Musacchio G (S43F-3211) Muschietti L (SH21A-2505) Muschitiello F (PP13A-2053) Mushini S C (SM43B-2501) Mushinski R M (B12B-03) Musinsky J (B42C-08) Muskett R R (C33B-0828) Musselman K N (C13F-07 C23A-0728) Mustafa D (GC31E-1152) Mustaque S (GC23D-1266) Muszynski G (IN12A-06) Mutch E J (V13F-03) Mutlu S (NS33B-1970) Muto A (C22C-07) Mychajliw A (PA43A-2158) Myeong-Soon L (A43I-0374) Myers B (GC23A-1208) Myers H Y (SM51E-2554) Myers J R (H41J-08) Myers M (V33H-06) Myers S (T31E-2962) Myers S C (S51A-2764) Myers T A (A43B-0220) Myhill R (DI41A-2594 MR21B-2649 MR24A-02) Myhre S E (PP13C-08) Myklebust E B (NG41A-1711) Myllys M E (SM13A-2174) Myoung B (H21G-1506) Myriokefalitakis S (A51F-0132) Myshakin E M (B21G-0508) M ller K H (A32C-08) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX N N V N (OS31B-2019) Na B (NG23A-1824) Na S (H51C-1492) Nabhan A I (NS33B-1979) 268 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Nachlas W O (MR51A-2683) Nadeau D (IN11A-1610) Nadeau P A (T11D-2652) Nadiga B T (NG13A-1700) Naegeli K (C13D-0864) Naeimi M (G11C-06) Nag A (AE23A-0410) Nag B (C21C-0702) Nag D (GC12C-05) Nag S (A41H-0152) Nagai S (B43B-0601) Nagao A (S31C-2787) Nagaya T (T31D-2943) Nagler P L (B43A-0556) Nagorski S A (B33D-0648) Nagothu U S (PA43A-2163) Nagura M (OS13A-1781) Nahar J (GC13F-1248) Nahmani S (G31B-1052) Naidu S (P52B-02) Naif S (T23D-06) Naik S (PP21A-2266) Naipal V (B31L-02) Nair R D (A34A-05) Nair U S (A11M-0191) Nait Amor S (NH51A-1920) Naithani K J (B12C-03 PA21B-2196) Naito K (EP54B-05) Naito K (H43A-1401) Naizghi M (OS23C-2059) Najafi E (H32C-07) Najafi H (A33J-0398 PA13B-1982) Najibi N (NG32A-05) Najjar R (EP24B-08) Nakagawa K (H13E-1413) Nakagawa M (V11A-2763) Nakagawa T (MR34A-04) Nakagawa Y (EP33A-0967) Nakajima H (A43A-0178) Nakajima K (A53F-0367) Nakajima M (P51A-2118) Nakajima Y (MR21A-2622) Nakalembe C L (GC53A-1273 PA11B-1960) Nakamizo A (SM51D-2524) Nakamura H (A22E-03 NG41B-1728) Nakamura M (T21C-2817) Nakamura R (SM41B-2437 SM43E-06) Nakamura S (SM31A-2456) Nakamura T (SM51B-2471) Nakano H (OS31A-2001) Nakano S (SM11B-2145) Nakanotani M (SH21A-2497) Nakao K (OS13C-1836) Nakashima Y (A33A-0192) Nakashima Y (NH53D-05) Nakata H (NH51A-1925) Nakata N (S53B-2852) Nakata R (S21A-2682) Nakayama H (A23B-0190) Nakayama M (S43A-2812) Nakayama T (B24C-06) Nakayama Y (SM11A-2124) Nakayama Y (C51A-0635) Naliboff J (DI23A-2586) Nam H (A31A-0013) Nam J (A31G-0133) Nan S (A21D-0088) Nan T (H31D-1406) Nanjo K (NH51C-1968) Nanjundiah P (G51A-1066) Nanko K (EP53C-0967) Nanne J (V51A-3059) Nanus L (B13F-0711) Naranjo R C (H31C-1378) Narayanan M (ED51C-0819 H53B-1703) Nardin W (EP33C-0998) Narenpitak P (A13A-0225) Narici L (SA41B-2372) Narita Y (SH21C-2536) Nariyuki Y (SH41A-2522) Narro Perez R A (EP53C-0959) Naruse H (EP41E-05) Nascimento M G (GC21B-1086) Nash C (EP42B-05) Nash D (H13J-1552) Nasholds M W (V23C-2994) Nass U (P53B-2187) Nassar R (A33O-06) Natali S (B23D-0621 B41J-01) Nath R (C53D-0776) Nathan B (A51K-0240) Nathan T R (A33G-0318) Nativi S (IN23A-1756) Natland J H (OS31D-2057) Natraj V (A11P-03 A54B-08) Nattala J (A11F-0077) Naud C M (A33D-0246 A43J-03) Naughton H (B41D-0451) Naumenko-D zes M O (V23A-2968) Navar D a (H51A-1436) Navari M (H33H-1668) Navarre-Sitchler A (EP43C-0990) Navarro R (SH21D-2560) Navas-Guzm n F (A21A-0013 A31G-0135) Nave L E (B21B-0449) Naveed A (NS22A-02) Navrotsky A (MR11B-06) Nawrin N (H23E-1595) Nayak A (S13B-2547) Nayak C (NH51A-1919) Nayak S (A51I-0202) Nazarenko L (A51H-0156) Nazari B (H24B-08) Nazari F (A31A-0009) Nazemi A (H43Q-06) Nazlim B (T31B-2892) Nduka I C (A13B-0248) Neakrase L D (P31E-09) Neale A C (H21I-01) Neale R B (A51L-04) Nealy J L (S53A-2795) Nearing G S (H11C-05 H33O-01) Nearing M A (H41D-1356) Necmioglu O (S51A-2761) Nedimovic M R (T11D-2643) Nee J (A33F-0314) Neel A (H13C-1377) Neel B (H53C-1704) Neelam M (H31G-1470) Neelin J (A51Q-05) Neely A B (EP31A-0930) Neely J S (T33C-3052) Neely R (V51A-3039) Neely W (PA31B-2207) Neff B P (H43I-1576) Neff K L (H42D-02) Neff P D (C11B-0770) Neff W D (C11D-07) Neggers R (A12A-04 A43B-0200) Negredo A M (T31E-2973) Negrete-Aranda R (T21B-2812) Negrini M (T21D-2866) Nehrir A R (A31G-0126) Nehrkorn T (A53M-06) Neill A J (H53F-1768) Neill O K (V33D-3144) Neilson B T (EP23B-0960) Neiss-Cortez M (ED41A-0768) Nekvasil H (V31D-02) Nelson A R (T41B-2909) Nelson A (OS43B-2030) Nelson B R (H11G-03) Nelson D B (PP24B-06) Nelson E (A41E-0088 ED11D-0916) Nelson F E (PA51A-2247) Nelson J (GC22C-03 H43P-05) Nelson J (V51A-3029) Nelson K S (EP53F-1052) Nelson M (B11I-02) Nelson N (ED43E-0889 H53A-1662) Nelson P (ED23F-01) Nelson P (B52C-10 DI41C-2651) Nelson R R (A41F-0126 P11C-1870) Nelson T R (OS32A-08) Nelson W R (T51C-2924) Nelson W C (B31H-0574) Nemani R R (GC31G-1182) Nemchin A (V41D-03) Nemec F (SM43B-2504) Nemkin S R (GP31B-1303) Nemocon A M (T43B-3030) Nenes A (A24B-06) Nerem R (G24A-04) Nergui T (B13F-0682) Nerney E G (P23C-2177) Nesbit P R (NH13B-08) Nesterovich A (C31B-0742) Netto A (T41C-2935) Neu J L (A53H-07) Neubauer D (A43N-06) Neuenschwander A L (B34A-05) Neuhauser D S (IN51A-1825) Neumann G A (P53A-2177 P53A-2178) Neumann T (C11A-0743) Neupane A (B41F-0513) Neupane B (V23D-3003) Neupane B R (SM51E-2537) Neurath R (B41F-0515) Neville J (H33J-1705) Nevison C D (B11E-0512) Nevitt J M (T22B-07) New D A (A11R-06) Newberry S L (PP33B-2361) Newchurch M (A51D-0095 PA33B-2240) Newcomb C (B24D-08) Newcombe M E (P22A-06) Newcomer M E (B31H-0573) Newell A J (GP31A-1290) Newell P (H51C-1475) Newingham B A (GC51E-1241) Newman A V (H11C-02 H41L-01 T53A-01) Newman B D (GC43E-1200) Newman D L (SM31C-01) Newman J (IN13C-1673) Newman M (A34E-03 MR33B-2683) Newman P A (A32F-07 A52B-01) Newman S (A51K-0233) Newmark R L (GC33F-05) Newnham D (SA54A-07) Newport B J (IN31D-1783) Newton A M (C53C-0740 C53C-0741) Ng C (ED11B-0895) Ng C (SH41A-2525) Ng C (ED41A-0807) Ng E (ED41A-0777) Ng G C (H13L-1590) Ng J (SM23B-2492) Ng R (S33B-2831) Ng W (H12B-04) Ngaina J N (A43D-0243) Nghiem S V (C33E-08) Nguyen A T (GC21F-1153) Nguyen C T (EP23A-0956) Nguyen H (H32D-06) Nguyen L H (GC51D-1196) Nguyen L (IN21B-1741) Nguyen L C (T44A-02) Nguyen M T (T23A-2903) Nguyen N (B43A-0578) Nguyen P (IN53C-1896) Nguyen S T (GC53A-1266) Nguyen T C (H43J-1594) Nguyen T T (H13L-1585) Nguyen Dac D (OS51A-2031) Ngwira C M (SH31C-05) Ni C (GP31A-1280) Ni P (DI34A-04) Ni R (A11Q-04) Ni S (DI13A-2359) Ni-Meister W (B44C-07) Nias I (C31C-02) Niazi A (H11A-1268) Nicely J M (A23P-07) Nicewonger M R (C13A-0811) Nicholas K A (H21I-03) Nicholas R (GC31F-1174) Nicholls M (A52E-04) Nicholls R J (GC22B-08 GC23F-1288) Nichols C I (GP13A-05 P51A-2125) Nichols J D (B21I-0543 P24B-01) Nicholson C (OS21A-1947) Nicholson S E (GC44A-02) Niciejewski R (SA21C-05) Nickerson N (B41B-0412) Nicklas R (V11D-03) Nicks D K (A51D-0072) Nicolae Lerma A (NH31A-1899) Nicolaou G (P43A-2092) Nicolas J (G33B-1088) Nicolaus M (C22A-02 C41A-0636 C43B0742 GC21A-1041) Nicoli Candido C M (SA13A-2102) Nicolle M (PP51E-05) Nicolsky D (GC31H-1207) Nicot J (H24E-02) Nicovich J M (A33E-0271) Nie A (A31F-0100) Nie J (A53B-0287) Nie W (B43I-08) Nie W (A41I-05) Niebuhr E (NG32A-04) Niedziela R F (A33F-0316) Nield J M (EP13B-1033) Nielsen T (C53C-0755) Nielson A (NS23A-1930) Nielson T (H13K-1559) Niemann J D (EP43E-08) Niembro T (SH13B-2305) Niemeier U (GC31I-08) Niemeijer A R (MR33C-07) Niemeyer R J (H33B-1530 PA43B-2225) Niemi N A (T41B-2920) Nienhuis J (EP33C-1001) Niepold F (ED33D-0912) Nieves-Chinchilla T (SH51F-2648) Nigussie M (SA33A-2413) Nijholt N (T51A-2888) Nijssen B (H52A-05 PA34A-03) Nijzink R (H53H-1800) Nikandrova A (A31C-0053) Nikolinakou M A (T52C-08 T54B-05) Nikolopoulos E I (H13J-1546) Nikoukar R (SM41C-2451) Niles D E (V13C-2862) Nilsen K (GC23D-1264 PA44B-02) Nilsen T (PP41C-2259) Nilsson A (GP14C-05) Nilsson J (C11A-0741) Nimmo F (P33A-2118) Nimmo J R (H13E-1423 H14F-01 H31C-1382) Ning L (A13E-0311) Ning T (G31B-1058) Nippgen F (H53J-05) Nippress S E (S53A-2829) Nirmalkar J (A53E-0342) Nirmel S (ED41A-0823) Nirrengarten M (T41E-2995) Nisbet E G (GC23B-1236) Nischal N (SA52A-06) Nisha N (NH33A-1911) Nishi K (SM43B-2496) Nishi N (A13C-0284) Nishihara T (C33B-0791) Nishikawa O (T23A-2881) Nishikawa T (S33A-2802) Nishimoto K (B21G-0504) Nishimura T (T31E-2950) Nishimura T (SM52A-03 U43A-06) Nishino M N (SM41D-2461) Nishitani N (SA31B-2395) Nishiyama K (NH23A-1856) Nishiyama N (T43A-3026) Nishizawa A (T31C-2908) Nissim N (MR21C-02) Nitsche F O (C34B-05) Nitta N (SH41B-2532) Nitta T (GC23A-1219) Niu H (A13B-0238) Niu J (NH53A-1981) Niu S (B13D-0636) Niu X (GC21H-1192) Niu X (A51I-0187) Niu X (T33A-3011) Niu Y (OS24B-08) Niu Y (C41D-0700) Nnadih O (AE33B-0446) Nobile A (G23A-1009 V53C-3133) Nobis T E (A31D-0067) Noble J (P21B-2103) Noble P J (H53B-1695) Noble S M (MR31A-2663) Noble S R (A43B-0210) Nobre C (U23A-04) Nocquet J (G31C-02 T54C-04) Noda A (S13A-2544) Noda H M (B42C-07) Noda S (S23A-2743) Nodet M (A23C-0225) Noe G B (H42G-03) Noel V (H32D-02) Noel-Storr J (ED13F-02 ED21D-0798) 2016 AGU FALL MEETING 269 PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX Nof R N (S23A-2738) Noh M (EP24C-07) Noh M (S53A-2839) Noh S (H31B-1360 H41B-1318) Noh S (SM11B-2143 SM31A-2450) NOH Y (IN31A-1739) Nolan D S (A54F-01) Noland W P (OS23A-1978) Nole M (OS53D-02) Nolet G (DI23C-02) Noll C E (G41B-1013) Nolte K (S43C-2871) Nomi S (MR13A-2380 MR13A-2381) Nomura S (S21A-2685) Nonaka M (OS53B-03) Noone D (PP23E-04) Noormets A (B31D-0504) Nooshiri N (S13A-2538) Norbeck J H (S53E-01) Norddahl H (PP13A-2062) Nordheim T (SM34A-08) Nordt L (PP53E-03) Noren A J (PA51B-2259) Norgaard R B (U14A-05) Norgren C (SM21A-2415) Norgren M (A11J-0138) Noronha A L (H23D-1574 PP33D-07) Norouzi A (H23J-1709) Norouzi H (A23M-07) Norouzi Rad M (H13H-1512) Norris J (NG21A-1804) Norris J (A11N-0205) Norris N R (PP21A-2259) Norris P M (NG33A-1867) Northup E A (IN23C-1788) Norton A (B53L-01) Noske P (H42A-04) Nosshi M I (B33E-0675) Notaro M (A54D-03) Nottrott A (A51K-0252) Nourbakhshbeidokhti S (H43G-1538) Novak K (ED41A-0842) Novak P (G13A-1090) Novakowski K S (H13I-1519) Novella D (MR31A-2657) Novello V F (PP22A-06) Novick K A (B14B-02 B43E-03) Noviello J (P41A-2064) Novitsky C G (EP43C-0969) Nowack R L (S13B-2573) Nowacki A (DI51C-07) Nowak W (H44E-04) Nowlan C R (A34B-01) Nowottnick E P (A41N-03 A51B-0018) Noyce G L (B12A-04) Nozawa T (GC23A-1217) Ntarlagiannis D (H33P-05) Nuber S (PP31B-2275) Nuccio E E (B33K-04) Nuccitelli D A (ED12A-07) Nugent P W (A51G-0142) Nugraha A D (S53A-2797) Null S E (H43Q-03) Numata I (B31G-0553) Nunes A (H51H-1612) Nunes D C (P54B-06) Nunez A (ED21D-0799) Nunez D (T31D-2922) Nu ez-Cornu F J (T31D-2923) Nunn C (DI41A-2618) Nurfiani D (V43E-3193) Nusbaumer J M (A41E-0086) Nussbaum C (MR41D-2720) Nuth J A (NH12A-10) Nuyen C (S33A-2817) Nyblade A (S43B-2851) Nykolaishen L (G51A-1075) Nykyri K (SM23B-2483) Nyland K E (EP53C-0965) Nytch C J (H13C-1379) O K (A51O-05) O S (H23F-1614) O Bannon E F (MR31A-2653) O Brien C L (PP43C-2353) O Brien K L (U33A-04) O Brien K (IN22A-07 IN43D-05) O Brien L E (SH21B-2527) O Brien M (EP21D-0905) O Brien M (EP51B-0911) O Brien T P (SM44C-10) O Brien T (MR51A-2693) O Brien T (P51A-2123) O Brien T A (A14D-03 A31M-01) O Carroll D M (H31L-08) O Cofaigh C (C53C-0746) O Connell C (B34C-03) O Connell E A (PA31D-2218) O Connell L (A51K-0223) O Connor G (A41L-04) O Dea A (EP23A-0947 OS23A-1992) O Dell C (A31N-04) O Donnell B C (B13A-0554) O Donnell J A (B42D-06) O Donoghue J (P24B-02) O Farrell K A (DI31A-2613) O Halloran T L (B41B-0416) O Hara D (EP43A-0939) O Keefe S S (A21E-0114) O Keeffe D (B33H-0704) O Malley C (EP53B-0942) O Malley D (H44E-05) O Mara N A (B12A-06) O Neel S (H11D-04) O Neil J (V13A-2821) O Neill B C (GC24D-07 GC31A-1109 GC33F-08) O Neill M E (P33B-2138) O Neill N T (A51N-01 A53C-0304) O Reilly C (A14F-04) O Rourke C T (S53D-08) O Rourke J G (P44B-05) Oaida C M (C44A-07) Oakley N (A44C-05) Obana K (T41G-05) OBeirne M D (B41A-0388) Obelcz J (EP21E-08) Obenberger K (P33E-06) Obert J C (PP51B-2303) Obland M D (A31G-0115) OBrien R E (A33H-0346) Obrist D (GC42A-08) Obu J (C33B-0824) Occhipinti G (NH52A-03) Ochi T (S33A-2822) Ochoa C G (H23G-1654) Ochoa J (OS31C-2048) Ochoa-Tocachi B F (H33G-1625 PA43B-2194) Ocio D (H33O-04) Ockelford A (ED51H-0844 EP53G-02) OConnell S (ED13D-0948) Oda H (GP43B-1240) Oda T (A51K-0253) Odani S (EP21B-0866) Odlum M (EP13A-1020) Odman M T (B22C-02) Oduor P (GC44A-07) Odwuor A (A31C-0049) Oehmke T (EP21C-0897) Oerter E (ED11A-0874) Oesterle J (T21A-2802) Officer T (S41B-2783) Ofman L (SH42A-01 SM31A-2458) Ofsthun C (OS23A-1991) Ogami T (EP11B-1006) Ogasa N T (G51B-1115) Ogasawara K (SM14A-08) Ogasawara Y (MR33A-2673) Ogata Y (S23E-06 S53B-2854) Ogawa M (DI41A-2596) Ogawa Y (GP42A-08) Ogburn S E (NH53B-2002) Ogden F L (H42B-10) Ogiso M (S23A-2746) Ogland-Hand J (H13G-1490) Ogle K (B31K-03) Ogle S M (B13H-04 GC41F-03) Ogliore R (V34A-07) Oguchi T (T32B-03) Ogungbuyi M G (B31E-0508) Ogunsakin O R (H43B-1411) Oh C (V13D-2878) Oh H (G41B-1017) Oh H (A23J-0367) Oh N (B21I-0536 H23A-1531) Oh S (GC21B-1068) Oh S (SA13B-07) Oh Y (EP21B-0864) Oh Y (B11B-0452) Ohara N (GC13C-1212) Ohara Y (OS41C-1978) Ohia O (SM21A-2408) Ohira A (T13B-2715) Ohira I (DI31B-2646) Ohkawa S (OS51B-2055) Ohki K (SM43A-2480) Ohlwein C (NG41B-1729) Ohman M D (OS43C-08) Ohminato T (NH13B-04) Ohnuki T (B51A-0383) Ohshima K I (C21C-0714) Ohta K (T11F-05) Ohta K (MR13B-08) Ohta Y (G44A-05) Ohtaki T (V41B-3120) Ohtani E (MR22A-01) Ohtani S (SM51D-2522 SM52A-05) Ohte N (H33J-1699) Oi T (OS51B-2052) Oieroset M (SM32B-05) Oikawa E (A51A-0010) Oikkonen A (C21E-03) Oishi Y (A23A-0175) Oishi Y (NH43A-1804) Ojha C (G21C-01) Ojha L (EP41B-0910) Ojima D S (H14B-06) Okada M (GC51A-1135) Okamoto J (SH41E-05) Okamoto K (V33C-3133) Okamoto T (S53B-2869) Okamura S (DI23B-2614) Okazaki K (T21D-2870) Okazaki T (GP43A-1237) Okin G S (A14C-07) Okino K (T33C-3050) Okpala K C (SH51E-2614) Okrostsvaridze A (V53C-3131) Oksavik K (SM23A-2469) Oktem R (B33C-0617) Okubo C H (P13B-1943) Okubo M (S21B-2720) Okubo P (V53A-3062) Okuchi T (MR11A-2375) Okuda M (GP51A-1354) Okuda Y (ED51C-0818 MR21B-2643) Okuma S (NS21C-01) Okumura K (T41B-2918) Okumura T (B31A-0451) Okumura Y (A33N-03) Okutsu N (OS21A-1949) Okuwaki R (S21B-2714) Olack G (V43B-3158) Oladottir B A (V11A-2750) Oldenburg C M (H13G-1492 H13O-05) Oldenburg D (C43B-0749) Oldfather M F (GC31C-1132) Oldroyd H J (A21I-02) Olds S E (ED11B-0903 NH11B-1721) Olefeldt D (B43C-0606) Olesen M (GC21A-1056) Olguin-Alvarez M I (B31D-0500) Oliphant A J (A21L-02) Oliva P (GC51E-1251 GC53A-1272) Oliva S C (T51C-2942) Olivares M A (H52F-03) Olive J L (OS43D-05 T32A-04) Oliveira A S (PP21C-2297) Oliveira D M (SM51C-2499) Oliveira T D (H13F-1467) Oliver H (B44B-04) Oliver-Cabrera T (G43A-1049) Olivier G (S43A-2798) Olivier N (S11C-2477) Olliff Yang R L (GC31C-1134) Olofsson J (GC42A-05) Olree E (EP11B-1002) Olsen K (C33C-0839) Olsen M A (A11E-0071) Olsen N (GP24A-01) Olsen P E (GP43B-1251 V23C-2991) Olsen W (H43G-1548) Olson C (SM51D-2513) Olson C (PA32A-04) Olson D K (SM51A-2464) Olson E J (PP33B-2367) Olson J P (A41H-0146) Olson M (C53D-0774) Olson P (DI11B-04 DI23C-08) Olson R (GC31F-1164) Olugboji T M (DI41D-01 T22D-05) Olugbon B (GP31C-1329) Olwendo J O (SA13B-01) Olyazadeh R (ED51H-0849) Omar A H (A54E-07) OMAR D A (H51I-1641) Omira R (NH43B-1859) Omitaomu O (PA43B-2208) Omodei N (SH41D-02) Omosanya K O (T41A-2891) Omranian S (H23F-1607) Omura Y (SM34B-05) Onarheim I (C31D-08) Onda Y (H23B-1544) Onel L C (A31L-05) Ong H J (A54E-03) Ono M (H21B-1394) Ono S (MR13A-2415) Onodera S (H23A-1528) Onursal Denli G (NH23B-1862) Onyango E A (T51C-2941) Oo M M (A52B-08) Ooman B (C53D-0777) Oosono N (T43D-3081) Oostrom M (B51G-0490) Opfergelt S (B21K-07) Opgenoorth H J (SM52A-07) Opher M (SH13D-01 SH23A-05) Oppenheim M M (SM51C-2494) Oppenheimer J C (V31A-3070) Or D (H14B-08 H21D-1443 H41F-1385) Oran R (GP23C-1352) Orbe C (A11E-0070) Orcutt B (B51K-01 OS31D-2049) Orellana Rovirosa F (T33A-3017) Oremland R S (OS52C-01) Oreopoulos L (A43N-04 A53D-0333) Orescanin M M (OS21C-03 OS23A-1996) Oreskes N (ED12A-03 PA14A-07 U11A-03) Orger N C (P53C-2228) Orhan K (GC51C-1183) Oriani F (H13J-1543) Orkin V L (A33E-0270) Orland I J (PP14A-05) Orlando P J (A21G-0153) Orlowski N (H31E-1440) Oropeza D (MR13A-2393) Oroza C (C44A-08) Orr C H (ED11F-08 ED43D-0886) Orrego A (B41G-0529) Orsag M (B53A-0507) Orsi W D (B22D-02) Ortiz A C (GC23D-1277) Ortiz A C (B21I-0546) Ortiz C P (EP21C-0898) Ortiz E (NS41B-1919) Ortiz-Suslow D G (OS23B-2025) Orton G S (ED24B-11 P23D-03) Orton P M (NH22A-04) Orzechowski E A (EP11A-0990) Osayande D A (B11A-0430) Osborn G (EP33D-1031) Osborne B B (B32B-04) Osborne H D (H21D-1430) Ose T (A43G-0321) Osegovic J P (OS53D-04) Osei Tutu A (T13C-2731 T52A-04) Oseni O (NH23A-1858) Oshio S (PP43A-2302) Osman M (A12C-03) Osmane A (SM11B-2142) Oster J L (PP33B-2350) Osterberg E C (PP52A-04) Osterman G K (H43F-1506) Osterman G B (A14A-04) Ostgaard N (SA23B-2394) Ostrander C M (V54A-03) Ostrihansky L (G51A-1087 S43F-3202) Ostrowski D R (NH13A-1752) PRESENTING AUTHOR INDEX 270 2016 AGU FALL MEETING Ostwald C (T53D-05) Ota Y (A33F-0311) Otellini P (PA43B-2220) Otero N (A13E-0310) Othman A (G23A-1031) Otis D B (GC51H-02) Ott L (GC21C-1106) Otto A (SM11D-08) Otto F E (GC13G-1263) Otto-Bliesner B L (PP32A-01) Ou G (H53H-1803) Ou-Yang C (A13B-0265) Oubanas H (H21F-1480) Oubennaceur K (H41B-1289) Ouellet-Proulx S (H33B-1535) Ouellette G (PP53A-2372) Oughton S (SH41A-2509) Ouyang W (H43A-1400) Ouzounov D (NH54B-07) Ovchinnikov M (A31M-09) Over J R (EP11A-0993) Overbec