[ESIP-all] AGU Session: Near Real-Time/Low Latency Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications
Goodman, Michael (MSFC-ST10)
michael.goodman at nasa.gov
Tue Jul 3 11:04:02 EDT 2018
We would like to draw your attention to the following Earth and Space Science Informatics session at the 2018 Fall AGU Meeting, 10-14 December 2018 in Washington DC.
Session Title: IN050 Near Real-Time/Low Latency Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications
Section: Earth and Space Science Informatics
Session Viewer Link: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/prelim.cgi/Session/46340
Conveners: Michael Goodman/NASA MSFC, Gerald Bawden/NASA HQ, Diane Davies/Trigg-Davies Consulting/SSAI/NASA GSFC, and Brad Zavodsky/NASA MSFC
Live Stream: Yes
Session Description: Near real-time and low latency data from satellite, airborne (including UAVs), 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, river forecasting, natural and human-caused hazards, public health, agriculture, marine, early warning and space weather applications. In addition to traditional computer analyses, the use of apps for smartphones and tablets 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 / low latency scientific or social media data, and identify gaps in current capabilities.
We held this session last year (2017) and it was one of the more popular sessions with the Earth Science Informatics (IN) track and we anticipate it to be as popular this year. This session is cross listed in Natural Hazards, Space Physics and Aeronomy/Solar and Heliophysics (SH) and Hydrology (H). We expect considerable and diverse interest in the topic and we are looking forward to an enjoyable and informative session.
We encourage you to contribute to our discussion on near real-time and low latency data for Earth science and space weather applications.
Diego Melgar from the University of Oregon will speak on tsunami early warning techniques and capabilities
Terry Onsager from NASA/NOAA will speak on space weather science and applications
Please note that the abstract deadline is Wednesday, 1 August 2018 (2359 EDT), so please plan accordingly and submit your abstract soon. The first author must be an AGU member. To submit an abstract please follow this link: //fallmeeting.agu.org/2018/abstract-submissions/<https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2018/abstract-submissions/>
If you are not an AGU member, then you can join at https://membership.agu.org/join-renew
Visit the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting website<http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2018> for the most up to date information about the meeting.
Note: Registration and housing will be open in mid-August
Authors will be informed in September regarding the data and format (oral or poster) of their presentation
Here is a link to all the AGU sessions: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/preliminaryview.cgi/programs.html
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for considering this opportunity to share your research and science application insights. You may receive multiple postings of this email as we are seeking to distribute the announcement broadly to reach as many disciplines as appropriate.
Finally, if you have questions about our session, please do not “reply all”, rather send your questions to Michael Goodman, Gerald Bawden, Diane Davies, and/or Brad Zavodsky at the email addresses immediately below.
Gerald Bawden, NASA Headquarters
gerald.w.bawden at nasa.gov<mailto:gerald.w.bawden at nasa.gov>
Diane Davies, Trigg-Davies Consulting/SSAI/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
diane.k.davies at nasa.gov<mailto:diane.k.davies at nasa.gov>
H. Michael Goodman, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
michael.goodman at nasa.gov<mailto:michael.goodman at nasa.gov>
Brad Zavodsky, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
brad.zavodsky at nasa.gov<mailto:brad.zavodsky at nasa.gov>
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