AGU 2018 Thursday

AGU 2018

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Thursday, 13 December

AGU Sessions and Abstracts

08:00–10:00 Convention Ctr - 143A-C
B41B: Centennial: Biogeosciences—Defining the Pulse of a Living Planet I
Dork L Sahagian Lehigh University
Ariel D Anbar Arizona State University
Patrick M Crill Stockholm University
Durelle Scott Virginia Tech

9:20 B41B-11: Rocks, Fluids, and Energy: Microbial Life in the Subseafloor Crustal Aquifer on Earth and the Potential for Life Beyond
Julie A Huber Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
9:44 B41B-14: Expanding Life’s Boundaries: A Grand Challenge of Estimating Where and How Life Survives in Earth and Other Planets
Frederick S Colwell Oregon State University, Andrew Thurber Oregon State University, Robert N Harris Oregon State University, Joshua Ladau University of California San Francisco, Karen G Lloyd University of Tennessee, Everett Shock Arizona State University, Anne M Trehu Oregon State University

08:00–10:00 Marriott Marquis - Archives
DI41A: Exploring the Earth’s Core: A Multidisciplinary Approach I
Marine Lasbleis Tokyo Institute of Technology
Emily Kate Hawkins University of California Los Angeles
Daniele Antonangeli Sorbonne Université - MNHN - CNRS - IMPMC
Arwen Fedora Deuss Utrecht University

08:30 DI41A-03: Transport Properties of Fe at Earth's Core Conditions: Agreement between Experiment and Theory
Youjun Zhang Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research Sichuan University, Mingqiang Hou Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research, Ronald E Cohen Carnegie Institution for Science Washington, Jung-Fu Lin The University of Texas, Austin

10:20–12:20 Convention Ctr - 143A-C
B42B: Centennial: Transformational Contributions over the Past 100 Years in the Biogeosciences I
Durelle Scott Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Patrick M Crill Stockholm University
Dork L Sahagian Lehigh University
Ariel D Anbar Arizona State University

11:52 B42B-12: Data-Driven Discovery in Biogeoscience: Past, Present, and Future
Robert M Hazen Geophysical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution for Science
12:00 B42B-13: Life as a Planetary Response
 Everett Shock Arizona State University

10:20–12:20 Convention Ctr - 150A
B42D: The Role of Microbes in Terrestrial Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Responses to Ecosystem Processes and Environmental Change I
Dawson Fairbanks University of Arizona
Martha Gebhardt University of Arizona
Noelle J Espinosa University of Arizona
Rachel E Gallery University of Arizona

12:05 B42D-08: Viral Predation Drives Carbon Cycling in Deep Fractured Shales (Invited)
Michael Wilkins Colorado State University, Kelly C Wrighton Colorado State University, Rebecca A Daly, Mikayla Borton Colorado State University, David W Hoyt Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

10:20–12:20 Marriott Marquis - Capitol/Congress
MR42A: Composition and Material Properties of the Core I
Zhicheng Jing Southern University of Science and Technology Bin Chen University of Hawaii at Manoa
Rebecca A. Fischer Harvard University
Michael I Bergman Bard College at Simon's Rock

10:20 MR42A-01: Narrowing down the composition range of the core by combination of petrology and mineral physics data (Invited)
Yingwei Fei Carnegie Institution for Science

13:40–15:40 Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I
B43F: Terrestrial and Aquatic Methane Sinks: New Discoveries and Revisions, from Molecular to Global Perspectives I eLightning
Chui Yim Maggie Lau, Princeton University Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering
Ludovica D'Imperio, University of Copenhagen
Jesper Riis Christiansen, University of Copenhagen
Samantha Benton Joye, University of Georgia

14:20–14:23 B43F-14: A Putatively Denitrifying Anaerobic Methanotroph from South Africa’s Deep Biosphere Belonging to Candidate Phylum Bathyarchaeota
Rachel Lee Harris, Princeton University Maggie Lau, Princeton University Tullis C Onstott, Princeton University

13:40–15:40 Convention Ctr - 202A
U43A: The Legacy and Future of the Washington, D. C., Region as a Collaborative Center for Geoscience Research
Karen L Prestegaard Univ Maryland
Erik R Hankin American Geophysical Union

13:48 U43A-01: Data-Driven Discovery and the Rise of the Collaborative Culture of Data Sharing (Invited)
Robert M Hazen Geophysical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution for Science
14:02 U43A-02: Smithsonian’s National Rock and Ore Collections: An International Legacy and Community Resource (Invited)
Elizabeth Cottrell National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Leslie Hale National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
14:16 U43A-03: The Deep Carbon Observatory: The Carnegie Institution for Science as a Global Center for Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Research (Invited)
Craig M Schiffries Carnegie Institution for Science, Andrea Johnson Mangum Carnegie Institution for Science, Jennifer Mays Carnegie Institution for Science, Michelle Hoon-Starr Carnegie Institution for Science, Robert Hazen Carnegie Institution for Science

13:40–15:40 Marriott Marquis - Archives
DI43A: A Unified View of the Composition, Structure, and Dynamics of the Lithosphere I
Roberta Carluccio University of Melbourne
Heather A Ford University of California Riverside
Jennifer M Garrison California State University, Los Angeles
Lukas Fuchs Institute for Geophysics at the University of Texas, Austin

15:25 DI43A-08: Continental lithosphere – a complicated birth (Invited)
D. Graham Pearson University of Alberta, James Scott University of Otago, J Liu China University of Geosciences Beijing, Hongliang Wang University of Bergen, Jeroen Van Hunen University of Durham, Kristoffer Szilas University of Copenhagen, Andrew J Schaeffer Geological Survey of Canada – Pacific

16:00–18:00 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V44A: What Can Pyroclasts Tell Us? I
Benjamin James Andrews Smithsonian Institution
Corrado Cimarelli Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Ulrich Kueppers Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Heather Michelle Nicholson Wright USGS

17:00 V44A-05: Fragmentation in crystal-rich basaltic systems: Ash generation at Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala (Invited)
Emma J Liu University of Cambridge University of Bristol, Ellen Miller University of Cambridge, Katharine V Cashman University of Bristol, Alison Rust University of Bristol, Matthew Watson University of Bristol, Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge, Gustavo Chigna INSIVUMEH

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN43C: FAIR Data Is Not Enough: Communicating Data Quality and Making Analytical Code FAIR Posters
David F Moroni Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Corinna Gries University of Wisconsin Madison
Jens F Klump CSIRO Earth Science Resource Engineering
Shelley Stall American Geophysical Union

IN43C-2835: A Decade+ of Open Software Practice at CIG
Lorraine Hwang University of California Davis, Louise H Kellogg University of California - Davis

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
DI43C: Geophysical Signals of Volatiles, Melting, and Thermochemical Heterogeneity II Posters
Joseph G O'Rourke Arizona State University
Hélène Piet IPGP
Joseph S Byrnes University of Oregon
Joe Schools University of Maryland College Park

DI43C-2151: In-situ high pressure and temperature neutron diffraction study of the Fe-H system and hydrogen in the planetary core
Eiji Ohtani Tohoku University, Daijo Ikuta Tohoku University, Asami Sano-Furukawa Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Yuki Shibazaki Tohoku University, Hidenori G Terasaki Osaka University, Liang Yuan Tohoku University, Takanori Hattori Japan Atomic Energy Agency
DI43C-2153: First principles determination of the dissociation boundary of phase H (MgSiO4H2) and possible existence of ice VII at lower mantle conditions.
Jun Tsuchiya Ehime University, Koichiro Umemoto Tokyo Institute of Technology
DI43C-2160: Oxygen fugacity and Fe3+ partitioning during partial melting of peridotite
Fred A Davis University of Minnesota Duluth, Elizabeth Cottrell Smithsonian, NMNH

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V43D: Glass and Stone Cavities in Minerals: Melt Inclusions at 160 Years Posters
Rosario Esposito University of California Los Angeles
Omar Bartoli Università di Padova
Rosario Esposito University of California Los Angeles
James D Webster Curator - Div Physical Science

V43D-3743: Changing the viewpoint: entrapment of melt inclusions upon heating
Omar Bartoli University of Padova, Antonio Acosta-vigil Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas-Universidad de Granada, Bruna B Carvalho University of Padova, Geoscience Department, Bernardo Cesare University of Padova, Geoscience Department, Fabio Ferri University of Padova, Geoscience Department, Omar Gianola University of Padova, Geoscience Department, Tommaso Tacchetto University of Padova, Geoscience Department
V43D-3746: Magma crystallization and mixing recorded by chronologically constrained melt inclusions
Rosario Esposito University of California Los Angeles, Kimberly Badescu University of California Los Angeles, Jeremy W Boyce NASA - JSC ARES, Matthew Steele-MacInnis University of Alberta, Craig E Manning Univ California Los Angeles, Robert J Bodnar Virginia Tech, Benedetto De Vivo Pegaso University

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V43H: Origin and Timescales of Magmatic Systems: Discussing Ages, Rates, Transport, and Storage Processes of Magmas from the Source to Emplacement or Eruption Posters
Maurizio Petrelli University of Perugia
Stephan Kolzenburg McGill University / LMU Munich
Kendra Janell Lynn University of Delaware

V43H-3830: Formation of the El Laco magmatic magnetite deposits by Fe-Si melt immiscibility and bubbly suspension flow along volcano tectonic faults
Tobias Keller Stanford University, John M. Hanchar Memorial Univ Newfoundland, Fernando Tornos CSIC-INTA, Jenny Suckale MIT

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V43I: Storage, Cycling, and Environmental Consequences of Magmatic Volatile Transfer from the Mantle to the Atmosphere Posters
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

V43I-3845: Tracing volatile cycling from subduction to outgassing along the Aleutian Arc
Taryn Michelle Lopez University of Alaska Fairbanks, Tobias P Fischer University of New Mexico, Terry A Plank Lamont Doherty Earth Obs., Alberto Malinverno Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, Andrea Luca Rizzo National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Daniel J. Rasmussen Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory, Elizabeth Cottrell Smithsonian, NMNH, Cynthia A Werner USGS Alaska Science Center, Christoph Kern USGS, Tehnuka Ilanko University of New Mexico Main Campus, Lindsay Buff Columbia University, Janine Andrys Smithsonian, Katherine A Kelley University of Rhode Island

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V43J: The 2018 Eruptions of Kīlauea Volcano, Hawaii, and Fernandina and Sierra Negra Volcanoes, Galápagos V Poster
Ingrid A Johanson USGS
Matthew R Patrick USGS
Gregory P Waite Michigan Technological University
Claire J. Horwell Durham University

V43J-3870: Gas composition monitoring with Multi-GAS during the 2018 eruption of Kīlauea, Hawai‘i
Laura E Clor USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory, Peter J Kelly USGS Volcano Science Center, Patricia Nadeau Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Allan H Lerner Oregon State University, Tamar Elias USGS, Christoph Kern USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory, Cynthia A Werner USGS Alaska Science Center, Angela K. Diefenbach USGS, Michael Cappos USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
V43J-3893: Size-resolved chemistry of volcanic aerosol from the 2018 Kīlauea Lower East Rift Zone eruption, traced from source to exposed communities
Evgenia Ilyinskaya University of Leeds, Emma Liu University of Cambridge, Emily Mason University of Cambridge, Penny Wieser University of Cambridge, Rachel C.W. Whitty University of Leeds, Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge, Tamsin A Mather University of Oxford, Tamar Elias USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Patricia Amanda Nadeau USGS, Christoph Kern USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory, David J Schneider USGS Alaska Volcano Observatory, Clive Oppenheimer University of Cambridge
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