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Presentations from the GES DISC at 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

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Presentations from the GES DISC at 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

The AGU Fall Meeting is held annually in San Francisco, CA. Nearly 24,000 attendees are expected this year. Hashtag #AGU14 on Twitter.

Presentations from the GES DISC at 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

 The Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center (GES DISC) will be an active participant in the 2014 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, which takes places December 15-19, 2014 in San Francisco, California.  The annual AGU Fall Meeting is one of the largest annual scientific meetings in the world. 

At the 2014 meeting, there will be 19 presentations by GES DISC staff members as authors or co-authors.   James Johnson of the GES DISC will give an oral presentation at 3:10 PM on Thursday, December 18,  entitled “NASA GES DISC Efforts for Preserving Nimbus Atmospheric and Meteorological Data Sets”.  Christopher Lynnes is also giving an oral presentation entitled “Federated Giovanni: A Distributed Web Service for Analysis and Visualization of Remote Sensing Data”, at 11:20 AM on Friday, December 19, 2014.

Steven Kempler is the Primary Convener and Co-Chair of Session ED31E, “Teaching Science Data Analytics Skills Needed to Facilitate Heterogeneous Data/Information Research: The Future Is Here (Posters)”.  One of his Co-Chairs for this session is Chung-Lin Shie of the GES DISC.  Kempler also acts as the Primary Convener for Session IN53C, “Life Cycle Planning for Science Data Preservation (Posters)”.  He is a Co-Chair and Co-Convener of Session IN51-B, “Identifying and Better Understanding Data Science Activities, Experiences, Challenges, and Gaps (Posters)”. 

In addition, the 2014 Gregory G. Leptoukh Lecture on Data Informatics, honoring former GES DISC colleague Greg Leptoukh, will be given by Bryan Lawrence of the University of Reading, UK.  His lecture is entitled “Trends in Computing for Climate Research”.  It will take place Wednesday, December 17, at 1:40-2:40 PM, in Moscone West 2022-2024.  The Leptoukh Lecture can be viewed via live streaming video from a remote location with the AGU Meeting’s “Virtual Options”.

 

The schedule of presentations by GES DISC authors or co-authors is shown below.  Clicking on the linked poster title will access the abstract of the presentation in the AGU Fall Meeting Program Web site. Times for oral presentations are shown in boldface.

 

Monday, December 15

 
 
 
 

Tuesday, December 16

 

 
 
 

Wednesday, December 17

 
 
 

Thursday, December 18

 

 

Friday, December 19

 

 


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