[ESIP-all] One week left: AGU IN-026 Near Real Time Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications
Goodman, Michael (MSFC-ZP11)
michael.goodman at nasa.gov
Mon Jul 29 23:34:22 EDT 2013
There is only one week left to submit your abstract for the Near Real Time Uses in Earth Science and Space Weather Applications at 2013 AGU Fall Meeting.
Our initial invited authors are:
* Darren Wright / NOAA Maritime Services Program Manager
* Bill Leith / USGS Senior Science Advisor for Earthquake and Geologic Hazards
* Timothy Dye / Sonoma Technologies and contributor to EPA's AirNow
* Daniel Baker / U. Colorado Boulder, Director Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Please see our original announcement below for more details and links to submit your AGU Abstract.
We would like to draw your attention to the following special session at the 2013 Fall AGU Meeting (December 9 – 13 in San Francisco, CA).
IN-026. Near Real Time Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications
Near real time data from satellite, airborne, and surface sensors are transforming existing end-user applications and spawning new ones. These applications demonstrate the utility of timely data in diverse Earth and space science disciplines including weather prediction, geologic hazards, wildfires, flooding, invasive species, agriculture, oceanic and space weather applications. In addition to traditional computer analyses, the use of apps for smartphones and tablet computers presents an opportunity to improve and expand the timely usage of data products and services. This session seeks contributions that demonstrate the benefit of near real time scientific or social media data and identify gaps in current capabilities.
We held this session last year and it was one of the most popular Earth Science Informatics (IN) sessions in 2012 and we anticipate it to be just as popular this year. This session is co-sponsored by Atmospheric Sciences (A), Geodesy (G), Natural Hazards (NH), Ocean Sciences (OS), Seismology (S) and SPA-Magnetospheric Physics (SM).We expect considerable and diverse interest in the topic and we’re looking forward to an enjoyable and informative session.
We encourage you to contribute to our discussion on near real time data for science research and science applications.
Please note the abstract deadline is August 6, 2013, so please plan accordingly and submit your abstract soon. The first author must be an AGU member. If you are not an AGU member, you can join AGU at https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013/member-registration/
Check the meeting website for updates, and complete submission policies: http://fallmeeting.agu.org<http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013>/2013
Authors will be informed in September regarding the date and format (oral or poster) of their paper.
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for considering this opportunity to share your research and applications insights. Please forgive us if you receive multiple postings as we are seeking to distribute this announcement broadly to reach as many disciplines as appropriate. Please forward this email to any of your colleagues who might be interested in this subject.
United States Geological Survey
gbawden at usgs.gov<mailto:gbawden at usgs.gov?subject=AGU%20IN-026%20Near%20Real%20Time%20Data%20for%20Earth%20Science%20and%20Space%20Weather%20Applications>
H. Michael Goodman
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
michael.goodman at nasa.gov<mailto:michael.goodman at nasa.gov?subject=AGU%20IN-026%20Near%20Real%20Time%20Data%20for%20Earth%20Science%20and%20Space%20Weather%20Applications>
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
kevin.j.murphy at nasa.gov<mailto:kevin.j.murphy at nasa.gov?subject=AGU%20IN-026%20Near%20Real%20Time%20Data%20for%20Earth%20Science%20and%20Space%20Weather%20Applications>
Remote Sensing Systems
smith at remss.com<mailto:smith.remss.com?subject=AGU%20IN-026%20Near%20Real%20Time%20Data%20for%20Earth%20Science%20and%20Space%20Weather%20Applications>
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