2011 AGU Events

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AGU Events of Interest to ESIP Members Please edit this page to add other events you know of or are leading. Erin will be tweeting these events w/#ESIPFed and #AGU11 tags.

Contents

Monday, Dec. 5

Member Sessions

  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C N11B. Current Capabilities and Future Needs of Near Real Time Data I Posters
  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C ED11B. Climate Literacy: Barriers and Progress in Increasing Climate Literacy: What Does the Evidence Tell Us? I Posters
  • 10:20 AM - 11:50 AM; Room 102 IN12A. High-Resolution Modeling in the Geosciences Using GPU and Many-Core Architectures II
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-C - B13B. Agricultural Mapping, Monitoring, and Data Visualization for a Changing Global Environment III Posters
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM; Room 301 ED14B. Climate Literacy: Higher Education Responding to Climate Change II
  • 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM; Room 2008 TH15G. National Data Infrastructure for Earth System Science
  • 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM; Room 2002 TH15A. DOE’s Climate and Earth System Modeling Town Hall: Climate Model Intercomparison and Visualization Efforts for Next Generation Needs
  • C11D. Measuring and Interpreting Glacier Surface Velocities I Posters
  • B11D. Observatory Enabled Science and the Earth System Modeling Era Posters
  • B13B. Agricultural Mapping, Monitoring, and Data Visualization for a Changing Global Environment III Posters
  • ED13A. Communicating Research, Outreach Activities, and Their Impacts II Posters
  • G13A. Advances in Gravimetry and Geodetic Imaging: Instrumentation, Methods, and Applications III Posters
  • GC11A. Climate Modeling: Uncertainty Quantification and its Application to Climate Change I Posters
  • GC11B. Climate Modeling: Methodologies of Climate Model Evaluation, Confirmation, and Interpretation I Posters
  • H11B. Digital Soil Mapping and Hydroecological Modeling I Posters
  • PA13A. Climate Change Science for Communities and Institutions I Posters


Tuesday, Dec. 6

Data Management 101 for the Earth Scientist, 1-5 pm

Don’t let science leave you behind. The proliferation of data from all sources requires today’s scientists to be aware of sound data management practices. In this free half-day workshop, everything the modern data-producing scientist needs to know about data management will be introduced. We will discuss the rationale for data management planning and the context of US National Science Foundation's requirement for a 2-page data management plan to accompany every proposal; dealing with data during the course of your research; creating metadata for discovery, access, use and archiving, finding and working with a long-term archive; as well as properly giving credit to other data producers. This workshop is open to all AGU attendees. Laptops are encouraged and bring a data set you would like help with. Sponsored by NOAA and the Data Conservancy, and conducted by the ESIP Federation.

Join us in the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Salons 10-12. Point of contact: Carol Meyer (carolbmeyer@esipfed.org>). Additional information can be found at http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/2011AGUworkshop.

Feel free to share with your colleagues and students.

AGU ESSI Reception, 6:30-8 pm

Where: Infusion Lounge, 124 Ellis Street
Tickets: $10.00 U.S.

Member Sessions

  • 8:00 AM-12:20 PM; Halls A-C (Moscone South), IN21A. Earth System Data Records(ESDRs), Uncertainty and Metadata I Posters
  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C IN21C. The Challenge of Data Quality in Earth Observations and Modeling Posters
  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C ED21C. Climate Literacy: Precollege Activities That Support Climate Science Careers and Climate Conscious Citizens I Posters
  • B21B. Ecological Models: Coordination, Access, Sharing I Posters
  • 1:40 PM-6:00 PM, Room 102 (Moscone South), IN23D & IN24A. Earth System Data Records(ESDRs), Uncertainty and Metadata II & III
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-C ED23C. Public Participation in Research: Multiple Approaches, Multiple Audiences for Engaging Citizen Scientists in Geoscience Research I Posters
  • C23B. Documenting the State of the Cryosphere With Climate Data Records II Posters
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM; Room 301 ED24A. Climate Literacy: Precollege Activities That Support Climate Science Careers and Climate Conscious Citizens II
  • ED23C. Public Participation in Research: Multiple Approaches, Multiple Audiences for Engaging Citizen Scientists in Geoscience Research I Posters
  • EP23C. Quantifying Geomorphic Processes and Landscape Evolution: Linking Observations and Models I Posters
  • SM21A. Discovery, Access, and Analysis Tools in Solar and Space Physics Research II Posters
  • T21A. Birth, Growth, and Maturity of a Continental Margin: Modeling, Observing, and Interpreting the Evolution of a Margin I Posters
  • S21A. Active Fault Data as Input for Seismic Hazard Analysis (SHA) IV Posters
  • GC23C. Regional Climate Modeling 1: Modeling and Measurements in Regional Earth Systems Predictions II Posters
  • GP21A. Modeling and Interpretation of Satellite, Observatory, Marine, and Airborne Magnetic Data II Posters

H21F. Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology V Posters

  • H21J. Recent Advances in Data Assimilation and Remote Sensing for Land Surface Hydrology I

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Room 3020

H23E. Hydroloclimatic Forecasts and Real-Time Operation of Water Resources Systems I Posters

H23H. Uncertainty Assessment, Optimization, and Sensitivity Analysis in Integrated Hydrologic Modeling as Applications of HydroInformatics I Posters

MR23A. Computational Advances and Applications in Mineral Physics II Posters NH23A. Monitoring of Mega Earthquake Disasters by Integrating Multi-parameter and Multi-sensors Observation from Ground and Space III Posters


Wednesday, Dec. 7

Ignite@AGU, 6-8 pm, Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate C1 Ballroom

Ignite presenters will have just 5 minutes and 20 automatically advancing slides to drive home the point of their talk. Learn about all aspects of Earth applications, from new information on existing projects, ideas to engage new audiences, innovative techniques for future application, and information on ways to broaden applications exposure.

With Support from the ESIP Federation, light snacks will be served and cash bar will be available. Talks will be recorded for those who cannot attend in person.

For more details see: http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Ignite@AGU

Member Sessions

  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Room 104 U31C. Polydisciplinary Innovation in Water Resources Modeling and Prediction (Video On-Demand)
  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C IN31A. Real Use of Open Standards and Technologies I Posters
  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C IN31B. Semantic, Linked Data, and Drupal-Based Solutions for Science I Posters
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Room 102 IN31C. Advances in Metadata Generation and Applications for Earth Sciences I
  • C31A. Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere I Posters
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-CIN33A. Advances in Metadata Generation and Applications for Earth Sciences II Posters
  • 1:40 PM - 3:40 PM; Room 102 IN33E. Semantic, Linked Data, and Drupal-Based Solutions for Science II
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-C IN33D. Tools for Climate Knowledge Discovery, Service Integration, and Adaptation Response II Posters
  • B33G. Interdisciplinary Science in Critical Zone Observatories I Posters
  • ED33B. Scientist Participation in Science Communication II Posters
  • G31A. Advances in GNSS Data Applications and Techniques: Real Time GPS Seismology and Beyond I Posters
  • GC31B. Regional Climate Impacts 4 Posters
  • NH31A. Characterizing Risk and Extent of Major Disasters Caused by Geohazards I Posters
  • NH33A. Land-Ocean-Atmospheric Processes: Implication to Natural and Man-Made Hazards II Posters
  • NG33A. Complex Networks in Geosciences II Posters


Thursday, Dec. 8

Member Sessions

  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Room 302 ED41D. Public Participation in Research: Multiple Approaches, Multiple Audiences for Engaging Citizen Scientists in Geoscience Research II
  • EP41A. High-Resolution Spatial Data Processing, Analysis, and Visualization: Emerging Techniques and Applications I Posters
  • C41A. CryoSat-2: Science and Validation During the First Year and the Outlook for Sentinel 3 I Posters
  • C41D. Ground-Based and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Observations and Techniques in Polar Regions I Posters
  • C41E. Monitoring Changes in Polar Ice Sheets and Sea Ice Using Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing I Posters
  • 1:40 PM - 3:40 PM - ED43C. Engaging Societal Sectors in Environment: Mobile Apps for Environmental Monitoring and Education (Moscone South)
  • 1:40 PM - 3:40 PM; Room 102 N43C. Envisioning Improvements for Earth Science Data Access II
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM; Room 102 IN44A. Computational and Software Engineering Challenges in Earth Science II
  • PA41A. Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) National Initiatives Posters
  • GC41C. Regional Climate Impacts 7: Environmental, Socioeconomic, and Climatic Changes in Northern Eurasia and Their Feedbacks to the Global Earth System—The Role of Remote Sensing and Integrative Studies I Posters

Friday, Dec. 9

Member Sessions

  • 8:00 AM - 12:20 PM; Halls A-C IN51C. Interoperability Solutions in Earth Science Data Systems I Posters
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Room 102 IN51D. Architectural Components for Science Data Repositories and Archives I
  • 10:20 AM - 12:20 PM; Room 102 N52A. Issues in Scientific Data Preservation and Stewardship I
  • 1:40 PM - 3:40 PM; Room 102 IN53D. Interoperability Solutions in Earth Science Data Systems II
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-C ED53B. Science Data Reuse: Art and Literacy Programs for Engagement II Posters
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-CH53D. Hydroepidemiology: Understanding Connections Between Hydrology and Human Health II Posters
  • 1:40 PM - 6:00 PM; Halls A-C IN53A. Architectural Components for Science Data Repositories and Archives II Posters
  • A53C. Multisensor and Model Aerosol Data Inter-comparison and Synergy III Posters
  • B51M. Remote Sensing of Long-Term Ecological Trends III Posters
  • B51N. Remote Sensing of Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon Fluxes III Posters
  • ED51B. Exploring Hazards and Seismic Waves Posters
  • ED53B. Science Data Reuse / Art and Literacy Programs for Engagement II Posters
  • H53D. Hydroepidemiology: Understanding Connections Between Hydrology and Human Health II Posters
  • H53G. Medium- to Long-Range Water Resources Forecasting from Regional to Global Scale II Posters
  • NG51D. Statistical Geomechanics of Episodic Events II Posters
  • S51A. Catalogs, Networks, and Instruments I Posters


Other Lists & Events

  • NEON @ AGU
  • ESSI Informatics Board: a message board in the informatics poster session for us to post a list of informatics-related sessions (sponsored, co-sponsored, and those union ones that are related), town hall meetings, upcoming conferences/meetings, job openings, or whatever else fits and is vaguely on topic. Poster location will rotate:
    • Monday : Poster slot #1276
    • Tuesday : Poster slot #1419
    • Wednesday : Poster slot # 1448
    • Thursday : Poster slot # 1385
    • Friday : Poster slot # 1598
  • ESWN @AGU
  • Social Media Soiree on Monday, Dec. 5th (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM; InterContinental Ballroom C)
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