[ESIP-all] Fall AGU Earth and Space Science Informatics sessions

Raskin, Rob (388M) robert.g.raskin at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Jul 27 13:50:42 EDT 2009

AGU Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) is sponsoring 21 sessions at the Fall AGU Meeting (San Francisco). Abstracts can be submitted to these sessions now through September 3.  For specific session information, go to:

IN01:           Earth and Space Science Informatics General Contributions
IN02:           Next Generation Distributed Data Access, Diagnostics, and Collaborations for Climate and Weather Models
IN03:           GIScience
IN04:           Geo-Visualization with Virtual Globes
IN05:           Making Earth Science Data Records
IN06:           The Management and Dissemination of Earth and Space Science Models
IN07:           Earth Science Software Reuse: Experiences and Challenges
IN08:           Sensing, Networking and Fusing the Data
IN09:           Next Generation, Space-based, Operational Global Earth Observations
IN10:           Frontiers in Advanced Information Systems and Earth Observation Technology
IN11:           Challenges in Achieving Earth System Model Interoperability
IN12:           Semantic eScience
IN13:           Emerging Issues in e-Science: Collaboration, Provenance, and the Ethics of Data
IN14:           Data Fusion: Issues, Barriers and Approaches
IN15:           Strategies for Improved Marine and Synergistic Data Access and Interoperability
IN16:           Error, Uncertainty, and Data Quality in Earth and Space Observations
IN17:           Data and Informatics for Environmental Decision Making
IN18:           Open Source Remote Sensing Software and Applications for Earth and Environmental Science
IN19:           Fostering Multi-disciplinary Research via Interoperable Data Systems based on International Geospatial Standards for Earth and Space Sciences
IN20:           Future Challenges for Informatics in Geophysical Sciences
IN21:           Data Stewardship in the 21st Century

Rob Raskin
Group Supervisor, Science Data Engineering and Archiving
Instrument Software and Science Data Systems Section
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, CA 91109
(818) 354-4228

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