Past AGU ESSI Statistics

From Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)

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AGU Fall Meeting Session Statistics

AGU Fall Meeting 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
IN # Sessions Submitted 20 21 19 23 35
IN # Abstracts Submitted 422 396 385 513
IN # Oral Sessions 16 17 17 22
Total # Oral Sessions 599 654 640 800 892

ESSI Informatics Session Titles & Abstract Statistics

2010 (385 abstracts out of 17,957 total abstracts submitted)

Sessions Count
Earth and Space Science Informatics (IN) 385
IN01. Earth and Space Science Informatics General Contributions 22
IN02. Enabling and Encouraging Transparency in Science Data 23
IN03. Information Systems Advances for Earth Science Decadal Survey Era Missions 17
IN04. Experiences and Challenges in Earth Science Software Reuse 8
IN05. Sensor Networks: From Sensors to the Web 21
IN06. Model Fusion 15
IN07. Current Capabilities and Future Needs of Near Real-Time Data: Perspectives from Users and Producers 37
IN08. Interoperability Barriers for Earth Science Data Systems 20
IN09. Use of Ontologies in Earth Science Informatics 15
IN10. Open Source Remote Sensing for Environmental Mapping and Analysis 5
IN11. Collaborative Frameworks in Earth and Space Sciences 21
IN12. Large Scale Geosciences Applications Using GPU and Multicore Architectures 20
IN13. Software Engineering for Climate Modeling 11
IN14. Uncertainty, Error, and Quality of Observational Data 17
IN15. GIScience 18
IN16. Climate Information Integration 9
IN17. Information Fusion: Issues, Barriers and Approaches 12
IN18. Future Directions for Earth Science Data Access Technologies 30
IN19. Information Technology Infusion Success Strategies 9
IN20. Scientific Workflows and Provenance: Strategies for Current and Emerging Issues 13
IN21. Research Clouds: Virtualization of Infrastructure, Tools and Services 13
IN22. Advances in Cyberinfrastructure for the Earth and Environmental Sciences 17
IN23. Photography as Data: Applications to the Earth Sciences 12

2011 (513 abstracts out of 20,087 total abstracts submitted)

Earth and Space Science Informatics (IN) 513
IN01. Earth and Space Science Informatics General Contributions 20
IN02. Advances in Multi-disciplinary Information Systems 13
IN03. Applications of ISO Metadata Models to Earth Science Data 9
IN04. Architectural Components for Science Data Repositories and Archives 16
IN05. Challenges for Sensor Networks and Web integration 10
IN06. Challenges in Analysis and Visualization of Large Earth Science Data Sets 18
IN07. Climate Knowledge Discovery, Integration and Visualization 10
IN08. Computational and Software Engineering Challenges in Earth Science 24
IN09. Creating Decision Support Products in a Rapidly Changing Environment 6
IN10. Cross-Cutting Interoperability: Enabling Something New 5
IN11. Current Capabilities and Future Needs of Near Real-Time Data 39
IN12. Cyberinfrastructure that Advances Understanding of Ecosystem Processes 11
IN13. Data Management Strategies for Airborne Science Data 15
IN14. Earth System Data Records (ESDRs), Uncertainty and Metadata 34
IN15. Envisioning Improvements for Earth Science Data Access 23
IN16. Geothermal Energy Research and Discovery 20
IN17. High-Resolution Modeling in the Geosciences Using GPU and Many-Core Architectures 24
IN18. HydroInformatics: Informatics Applications at the Nexus of Hydrologic Sciences 8
IN19. Information Systems Technology to Advance Remote Sensing and Data Productivity in the Next Decade 22
IN20. Interoperability Solutions Even a Scientist Could Love 7
IN21. Interoperable Earth Science Data Networks 12
IN22. Issues in Scientific Data Preservation and Stewardship 24
IN23. Metadata in Modeling Workflows 8
IN24. Physical Specimens in the Digital Age: Collections and Catalogues on the Web 11
IN25. Real Use of Open Standards and Technologies 13
IN26. Results from the USGRC Datapool at ASF 15
IN27. Rise of the Data Scientist 11
IN28. Science on Drupal 10
IN29. Semantic Solutions and Linked Data for Science 12
IN30. Software Reuse and Open Source Software in Earth Science 20
IN31. The Challenge of Data Quality in Earth Observations and Modeling 7
IN32. The Near-Future: GOES-R and Next Generation Weather and Observation Constellations 10
IN33. The Really Long Tail of Geochemistry, Geochronology, and other Sample-based Data 7
IN34. Robust Methods and Software for Multiphysics Simulation 5
IN35. Tools for Effective Climate Services: Adaptation Response 14