AGU 2014: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

AGU 2014: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
Moscone Center

The 47th American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting will take place from December 15-19, 2014 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Registration information can be found here.

The 47th American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting will take place from December 15-19, 2014 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Registration information can be found here.

Keynote speakers include Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, Special Advisor to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the Millennium Development Goals, and Director of the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Network; Robin Chase, founder and former CEO of Zipcar, Buzzcar and GoLoco; Wendy Schmidt, President of The Schmidt Family Foundation; Kathryn Sullivan, Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and NOAA Administrator; and Sally Jewell, United States Secretary of the Interior.

The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting, with sections on geodesy, atmospheric sciences and seismology and many GNSS-related lectures, videos and presentations, formal and informal networking, science communication workshops, and an exhibit hall with approximately 250 exhibitors.

The more than 1700 sessions include:

  • The North American Monsoon GPS TRANSECT Experiment 2013
  • Atmospheric, Non-Tidal Oceanic and Hydrological Loading Effects Observed with GPS Measurements
  • Impact of GNSS Clock Instability on Radio Occultation Retrievals from the COSMIC-2 Mission
  • Time-Dependent Noise in GPS Position Time Series By a Network Noise Estimator
  • Analysis of Regional GPS Networks in Eastern Ontario
  • Global Surface Mass Variations From Multiple Geodetic Techniques – Comparison and Assessment
  • Fast Displacement Rate of the Subducting Pacific Plate After the 2011 Tohoku-oki Earthquake Measured by GPS/Acoustic Surveys
  • Coseismic and postseismic slip of the 2006 Kiholo Bay earthquake in Hawaii from GPS data
  • The Plate Boundary Observatory Cascadia Network: Development and Installation of a Large Scale Real-time GPS Network
  • Data-Adaptive Detection of Transient Deformation in GNSS Networks
  • International Collaborations Fostering Data Discovery and Access of Geodetic Data for the Geosciences
  • Using SAR and GPS for Hazard Management and Response: Progress and Examples from the Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis (ARIA) Project
  • A primary research on marine magnetic disturbance using GPS precise point positioning
  • The West Coast Earthquake Early Warning Global Navigation Satellite System Working Group
  • Implementation of GNSS-Constrained Real-Time Finite Fault Modeling for Improved Earthquake Early Warning: Current Activities at USGS, Menlo Park
  • On the Effect of “Patchy” Aurora and Auroral Arcs on GPS Signals: Initial Investigations
  • Years of Inter-Seismic GPS Measurements Across Strike-Slip Faults an Insight on Fault Structure and Deformation at Depth
  • New Insights into the Active Tectonics of Eastern Indonesia from GPS Measurements
  • And many more …

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