American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2009 Fall Meeting

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting includes more than 600 sessions and attracts 16,000 attendees from universities, government agencies and scientific societies. Its scientific program covers topics in all areas of Earth and space sciences and cuts across the boundaries of multiple disciplines.

It will be held in the West and South buildings at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco from December 14 to December 18 2009.

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting includes more than 600 sessions and attracts 16,000 attendees from universities, government agencies and scientific societies. Its scientific program covers topics in all areas of Earth and space sciences and cuts across the boundaries of multiple disciplines.

It will be held in the West and South buildings at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco from December 14 to December 18 2009.

The Geodesy section offers sessions of particular interest to Inside GNSS readers, including:
G04: Results of the Reprocessing of Space Geodetic Observations
G10: Real-Time GPS: Network Implementation and Data Analysis Strategies
G12: Challenges and Opportunities in Combininb Multiple GNSS Observations.
G21:
Advances in Geodetic Imaging of the Earthquake Cycle
G22: GRAV-D: Gravity Data Collection for Geoid Enhancement

Other sessions of interest:
C07: Monitoring and Quantifying Glacier Dynamics
SM04:

Advanced Modeling Techniques, Data Assimilation, and Analysis for Future Space Weather Applications
S06:
Innovations and Advances in Earthquake Early Warning Systems Around the World
T25:
From Subduction to Collision, with Recent TAIGER and Other Results
T27:
The East Africa Rift System: Links Between the Surface and Depth
U18: The EarthScope Initiative: From North America Geodynamics to New Frontiers in Science