AGU 2018 Friday

AGU 2018

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Friday, 14 December

AGU Sessions and Abstracts

08:00–10:00 Convention Ctr - 209A-C
IN51A: Developing Innovative Tools and Services to Enable Data Discovery and Use of Big Data Variety Across Broad User Communities I
Leigh Sinclair University of Alabama in Huntsville
Edward M Armstrong Jet Propulsion Lab
Kaylin Bugbee University of Alabama in Huntsville

09:45 IN51A-08: Pursuing Big Science Questions With New Data Approaches: What And How Do Mineral, Fossil And Protein Evolution Over Billions Of Years Of Earth's History, Tell Us About The Co-evolution Of The Geosphere And Biosphere?
Peter Arthur Fox Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

08:00–10:00 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V51A: Storage, Cycling, and Environmental Consequences of Magmatic Volatile Transfer from the Mantle to the Atmosphere I
Tobias P Fischer University of New Mexico Main Campus
Benjamin A Black CUNY City College of New York
Taryn Michelle Lopez University of Alaska Fairbanks
James D Muirhead

08:00 V51A-01: The oxidation state of sulfur in lunar and terrestrial apatite (Invited)
Maryjo N Brounce University of California Riverside, Jeremy Boyce NASA Johnson Space Center, Francis M McCubbin NASA Johnson Space Center, Jennifer Humphreys University of California Riverside, Justin J Reppart University of Nevada Las Vegas, Edward Stolper California Institute of Technology, John M Eiler Caltech
09:00 V51A-05: The dynamic role of volatiles in igneous systems: a perspective from reactive transport modeling (Invited)
Tobias Keller Stanford University, Jenny Suckale MIT
09:15 V51A-06: Punctuated or sustained? Estimates of the CO2 output of explosive volcanic eruptions
Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge, Juliet Biggs University of Bristol, Celine Marie Vidal University of Cambridge

10:20–12:20 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V52A: Glass and Stone Cavities in Minerals: Melt Inclusions at 160 Years I
Omar Bartoli Università di Padova
Rosario Esposito University of California Los Angeles
James D Webster Curator - Div Physical Science

10:35 V52A-02: Melt Inclusions and Significant Advances in Earth Geodynamics
Alexander V Sobolev Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry RAS University Grenoble Alpes
11:05 V52A-04: A high carbon content of the Hawaiian mantle from olivine-hosted melt inclusions
Jonathan Tucker Carnegie Institution for Science, Jared Marske California Institute of Technology, Erik Hauri Carnegie Institution for Science, Michael O Garcia Univ Hawaii, Aaron J Pietruszka United States Geological Survey, Frank Trusdell Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
11:50 V52A-07: Partial degassing and regassing of CO2 in CO2 undersaturated mid-ocean ridge basalts
Kei Shimizu Carnegie Institution for Science, Alberto E Saal Brown University, Erik Hauri Carnegie Institution for Science, Michael R Perfit University of Florida, Roger Hekinian Keryunan, 29290

10:20–12:20 Marriott Marquis - Capitol/Congress
V52B: New Insights into Oceanic Spreading Centers from Seafloor Observatories I
Christian Baillard School of Oceanography, University of Washington
Thibaut Barreyre K.G.J. Centre for Deep Sea Research, University of Bergen
Marjolaine Matabos IFREMER
David A Butterfield University of Washington, NOAA/PMEL

11:20 V52B-05: Coupled stability and change in hydrothermal fluid chemistry during a quarter century at 9°50’N East Pacific Rise (Invited)
Jill M McDermott Lehigh University Daniel J Fornari Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Julia G Bryce Univ New Hampshire Maria Florencia Fahnestock Univ of New Hampshire Thibaut Barreyre K.G.J. Centre for Deep Sea Research, University of Bergen Jeffrey Seewald WHOI Karen L. Von Damm University of New Hampshire Marvin D Lilley University of Washington

08:00–12:20 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
ED51E: Building Stronger Communities in Academia for Effective Education and Outreach I Posters
Lauren Neitzke Adamo Rutgers University
Jacob Setera Rutgers University New Brunswick
Carrie Ferraro Rutgers University

D51E-0631: Volcanoes Without Borders: A vision to give knowledge to the non-scientific community
Carlos J Ramirez SEGEOAM Volcanes Sin Fronteras (Volcanoes Without Borders), Gino González Volcanes Sin Fronteras (Volcanoes Without Borders), Yemerith Alpizar Segura Volcanes Sin Fronteras (Volcanoes Without Borders), Roberto Santamaría Volcanes Sin Fronteras (Volcanoes Without Borders)

08:00–12:20 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V51B: A Perfect Match: Bringing Together Models of Geodynamics and Thermodynamics to Understand Geochemical and Petrological Observations Posters
Tobias Keller Stanford University
Rosie Jones University of Oxford
Mark S Ghiorso OFM Research
Marc W Spiegelman Columbia University

V51B-1985: ENKI business: Progress in integrating Computational Thermodynamics and Geodynamics
Marc W Spiegelman Columbia University of New York, Mark S Ghiorso OFM Research, Aaron S Wolf California Institute of Technology, Lucy E L Tweed Columbia University, Owen Evans Columbia University, Cian R Wilson Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
V51B-1988: Subridge Thermal Fluctuations Induced by Melting Low-Solidus Pyroxenite: Thermodynamic, Geochemical and Petrological Constraints
Daniele Brunelli University of Modena and Reggio Emilia CNR-ISMAR Institute for Marine Science, Enrico Bonatti Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory CNR Institute for Marine Science, Marco Ligi CNR Institute for Marine Sience, Anna Cipriani Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

08:00–12:20 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V51E: Volcanic Ash Plumes: Generation, Dynamics, Electrification, Dispersion, and Impacts Posters
Cassandra M. Smith University of South Florida Tampa
Sonja A Behnke Los Alamos National Laboratory
Sebastian B Mueller University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Ali Hoshyaripour Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

V51E-2018: Can Volcanic Domes act as Gas Filters? An experimental Approach to SOscavenging by rhyolitic Glass.
Donald B Dingwell Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Ana S. Casas Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Fabian B Wadsworth Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Paul B Ayris LMU, Pierre Delmelle Université Catholique de Louvain, Jeremie Vasseur LMU Munich, Corrado Cimarelli LMU Munich

13:40–15:40 Marriott Marquis - Marquis 9-10
IN53B: Transforming Earth and Planetary Science with Mixed Reality and Innovative Visualization Solutions
Joe T Roberts NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Shayna Skolnik Navteca
Charles K Thompson NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Matthew F Cechini Science Systems and Applications, Inc.

14:28 IN53B-05: Tele-Presence and Tele-Collaboration in Shared Virtual Environments
Oliver Kreylos University of California Davis, Louise H Kellogg University of California – Davis

13:40–15:40 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V53A: A Perfect Match: Bringing Together Models of Geodynamics and Thermodynamics to Understand Geochemical and Petrological Observations I
Tobias Keller Stanford University
Rosie Jones University of Oxford
Mark S Ghiorso OFM Research
Marc W Spiegelman Columbia University

14:55 V53A-06: Thermal history of phenocrysts during mafic injection resolved by granular-scale simulations
Cansu Culha Stanford University, Tobias Keller Stanford University, Jenny Suckale MIT, Zhipeng Qin Stanford University

13:40–15:40 Marriott Marquis - Capitol/Congress
V53B: Continental Intraplate Magmas: Their Origins and Significance Interpreted from Multidisciplinary Studies I
Thomas W Sisson USGS California Volcano Observatory
Walter D Mooney USGS Earthquake Science Center Menlo Park
Katarzyna Maria Liszewska USGS

13:40 V53B-01: Magmatic mapping: Providing the temporal link between lava flow chemistry, volume, petrogenesis and the mantle at the edge of the Colorado Plateau
Marissa Mnich University of Massachusetts Amherst, Christopher Condit University of Massachusetts Amherst

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B53E: Biogeochemistry of Caves Posters
Jen Blank NASA Ames Research Center
Pablo Sobron SETI Institute
Richard J Leveille McGill University
Saugata Datta Kansas State University

B53E-2223: Vadose drips support subsurface biofilms at Wishing Well Cave, VA
Jennifer Macalady Pennsylvania State University Main Campus, Hillary Figler Pennsylvania State University Main Campus, Uyen Nguyen Pennsylvania State University Main Campus

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B53H: From -omics to the Earth System: Bridging Scales to Improve Our Understanding of Earth System Function and Response II Posters
Katharyn Aurora Duffy Northern Arizona University
Emily Bonnell Graham Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Mary Suzanne Lipton Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

B53H-2246: Activities of heterotrophic microorganisms and their extracellular enzymes in Kongsfjorden, Svalbard
Andrew D Steen University of Tennessee, Lauren Ashley Mullen University of Tennessee, Taylor M. Royalty University of Tennessee, Carol Arnosti University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN53C: Developing Innovative Tools and Services to Enable Data Discovery and Use of Big Data Variety Across Broad User Communities Posters
Leigh Sinclair University of Alabama in Huntsville
Edward M Armstrong Jet Propulsion Lab
Kaylin Bugbee University of Alabama in Huntsville

IN53C-2700: The Census of Deep Life: Metadata Then and Now
Karyn L Rogers Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Brenda L Thomson Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Frederick S Colwell Oregon State University, Ahmed Eleish Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Kathleen S Fontaine Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Peter Arthur Fox Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Eric Gaidos University of Hawaii at Manoa, Adrienne Hoarfrost University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fang Huang Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Joshua Ladau University of California San Francisco, Cara Magnabosco Simons Foundation, Mark A Parsons Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Anirudh Prabhu Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Emil Ruff University of Calgary, Katrina I Twing University of Utah

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN53E: Tools, Recommended Practices, Evaluation Efforts, and Persistent Identifiers to Improve the Publication, Stewardship, and Impact of Research Data, Software, Workflows, Services, and Repositories II Posters
Amber E Budden DataONE
Fiona Murphy Independent Researcher
Jens F Klump CSIRO Earth Science Resource Engineering
Robert R Downs Columbia University of New York

IN53E-2733: The DCO Data Portal: Trials and Tribulations in the Implementation of International Community Recommendations
Ahmed Eleish Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Brenda L Thomson Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Winona Schroeer-Smith Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, KS Fontaine Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mark A Parsons Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Peter Arthur Fox Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
IN53E-2734: Global Earth Mineral Inventory : A DCO Data Legacy
Anirudh Prabhu Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Shaunna M Morrison Carnegie Institution for Science Washington, Ahmed Eleish Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Hao Zhong Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Fang Huang Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Kathleen S Fontaine Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mark A Parsons Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Peter Arthur Fox Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Daniel R Hummer Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Samuel Perry University of Notre Dame, Robert M Hazen Carnegie Inst

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
P53G: Revealing the Origins of Our Solar System and Its Organic Compounds Through Analysis of Meteorites and Related Planetary Materials II Posters
Eric Thomas Parker NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Bradley T De Gregorio Naval Research Laboratory
Emma S Bullock Carnegie Institution for Science
Heather Graham Center for Research and Exploration in Space Sciences and Technology/University of Maryland

P53G-2893: Formation of Al-bearing Bridgmanite in a Katol Meteorite
Sujoy Ghosh Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Masaaki Miyahara Hiroshima University, Kishan Tiwari Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Dwijesh Ray Physical Research Laboratory, Eiji Ohtani Tohoku Univ

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
DI53A: Diverse Perspectives on the Deep Mantle II Posters
Bradford J Foley Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
Colin Jackson National Museum of Natural History Shuai Zhang Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

DI53A-2333: Can deep subduction of dense eclogite slow mantle convection enough to preserve high 3He/4He in the deep mantle?
Rosie Jones University of Oxford Peter E Van Keken Carnegie Institution for Science Washington, Erik Hauri Carnegie Institution for Science, Jonathan Tucker Carnegie Institution for Science, Christopher J Ballentine University of Oxford
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