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GES DISC at the AGU Fall Meeting: preview

Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center well-represented in San Francisco

GES DISC at the AGU Fall Meeting:  preview

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GES DISC at the AGU Fall Meeting:  preview

Staff and scientists from the Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC) will be authors or co-authors on 20 presentations at the American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting in San Francisco.  The annual autumn meeting of the AGU is one of the largest scientific meetings held annually anywhere in the world.   In 2009, the official attendance at the meeting was 16,642.    Scientists at the AGU meeting provide presentations on Earth, space, and planetary science;  listen to talks by distinguished scientific speakers;  attend awards ceremonies;  tour the scientific exhibitions in the exhibit hall, including the oneNASA booth;  and discuss scientific research with their colleagues.

The day-by-day list of presentations involving GES DISC staff members is shown below.  The upcoming December 2010 issue of "The Giovanni News" will provide brief descriptions of each of the presentations.  The abstracts, sessions, and presentation times can be found at the AGU Fall Meeting Web site.

In the presentations below, GES DISC staff and scientists are shown in boldface.  The presenter is highlighted with an asterisk (*).


Monday, December 13

  • NASA Giovanni Tool for Visualization and Analysis Support for the YOTC Program: D. Ostrenga; G. G. Leptoukh *; D. E. Waliser; Z. Liu; A. K. Savtchenko
  • Cross-Characterization of Aerosol Properties from Multiple Spaceborne Sensors Facilitated by Regional Ground-Based Observations:  M. Petrenko *; C. M. Ichoku; G. G. Leptoukh
  • A Semantic Provenance-aware Expert Advisory System in a Web-based Science Data Analysis Tool:  S. Zednik *; C. Lynnes; P. A. Fox; G. G. Leptoukh
  • Rebuilding and Organizing 1960’s era Nimbus Datasets to 2010 Data Stewardship Expectations: J. F. Moses *; S. J. Kempler; A. Al-Jazrawi; E. Zamkoff; I. V. Gerasimov; J. E. Johnson; B. M. Trivedi
  • Results of the Collaborative Energy and Water Cycle Information Services (CEWIS) Workshop on Heterogeneous Dataset Analysis Preparation: S. J. Kempler *; W. L. Teng; J. G. Acker; D. R. Belvedere; Z. Liu; G. G. Leptoukh


Tuesday, December 14

  • Community-based Services that Facilitate Interoperability and Inter-comparison Between Precipitation Data Sets from Multiple Sources:   Z. Liu; S. J. Kempler; W. L. Teng *; G. G. Leptoukh; D. Ostrenga
  • Towards Consistent Characterization of Quality and Uncertainty in Multi-sensor Aerosol Level 3 Satellite Data:  G.G. Leptoukh
  • Importance of Vertical Coupling in Agricultural Models on Assimilation of Satellite-derived Soil Moisture: I. E. Mladenova *; W. T. Crow; W. L. Teng; P. Doraiswamy
  • Ambiguity of Data Quality in Remote Sensing Data: C. Lynnes *; G. G. Leptoukh


Wednesday, December 15

  • New and Improved GLDAS and NLDAS data sets and data services at HDISC/NASA: H. Rui *; H. K. Beaudoing; D. M. Mocko; M. Rodell; W. L. Teng; B. Vollmer
  • Issues and Solutions for Bringing Heterogeneous Water Cycle Data Sets Together:  J. G. Acker; S. J. Kempler *; W. L. Teng; D. R. Belvedere; Z. Liu; G. G. Leptoukh
  • Retrospective Analog Year Analyses Using NASA Satellite Precipitation and Soil Moisture Data to Improve USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates: W.L. Teng *; H. Shannon
  • Estimation of Surface Air Temperature from MODIS High Resolution Land Surface Temperature over Northern China: S. Shen *; G. G. Leptoukh; I. V. Gerasimov
  • Combining hydrological modeling and remote sensing observations to enable data-driven decision making for Devils Lake flood mitigation in a changing climate: X. Zhang *; Y. H. Lim; W. L. Teng; A. Kirilenko


Thursday, December 16

  • 3D Online Visualization and Synergy of NASA A-Train Data using Google Earth: A. Chen *; S. J. Kempler; G. G. Leptoukh; P. M. Smith
  • Metadata Evolution for NASA’s Earth Science Data Systems: S. S. Khalsa; E. M. Armstrong; S. F. Browdy *; H. Conover; T. Habermann; C. Lynnes; A. Mitchell; L. M. Olsen [Global Change Master Directory]; J. L. Pals; B. H. Weiss
  • Data Access Services that Make Remote Sensing Data Easier to Use:  C. Lynnes
  • Eight Year Climatology from observational (AIRS) and model (MERRA) data:  T. J. Hearty *; A. K. Savtchenko; Y. Won; M. Theobald; B. Vollmer; E. Manning; P. M. Smith; D. Ostrenga; G. G. Leptoukh
  • Experiences Developing A User-centric Presentation of A Domain-enhanced Provenance Data Model: C. Chang; S. Zednik *; C. Lynnes; P. A. Fox; D. L. McGuinness; G. G. Leptoukh; J. Pan


Friday, December 17

  • Information Technology Infusion Case Study: Integrating Google Earth into the A-Train Data Depot:  P. M. Smith; S. J. Kempler *; G. G. Leptoukh; A. Chen



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