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AGU 2018

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Wednesday, 12 December

AGU Sessions and Abstracts

08:00–10:00 Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater II
IN31B: JSON-Based Structured Data for Discovery, Access, and Usability: Leveraging Schema.org I eLightning
Douglas Fils Consortium for Ocean Leadership
Adam Shepherd Woods Hole Oceangraphic Institution Charles S Zender Univ California Irvine
Lewis John McGibbney NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

08:52 IN31B-18: Making the Most of Landing Pages
Mark A Parsons Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Matthew S. Mayernik National Center for Atmospheric Research / University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Ruth Duerr Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship Nancy J Hoebelheinrich Knowledge Motifs LLC, Hampapuram Ramapriyan NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

08:00–10:00 Marriott Marquis - Capitol/Congress
MR31A: Elastic Properties of Earth Materials and Their Application in Seismology and Geodynamics I
Johannes Buchen University of Bayreuth
Shuai Zhang Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Stephen Stackhouse University of Leeds
Hauke Marquardt University of Oxford

08:15 MR31A-02: Single crystal elasticity of ice VII
Bin Chen University of Hawaii at Manoa, Xiaojing Lai University of Hawaii at Manoa, Jin Zhang, Jing Gao University of Hawaii at Manoa, Yingxin Liu University of Hawaii at Manoa, Suyu Fu The University of Texas, Austin, Dongzhou Zhang Caltech-Seismolab, Przemyslaw Dera University of Hawaii at Manoa, Sergey N Tkachev University of Chicago, Vitali B Prakapenka University of Chicago, Jung-Fu Lin The University of Texas, Austin

08:00–10:00 Marriott Marquis – Archives
DI31A: Forms and Fluxes of Deep Carbon in Earth I
Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge
Erik Hauri Carnegie Institution for Science
Louise H Kellogg University of California - Davis
Jie Li University of Michigan Ann Arbor

08:00 DI31A-01: Carbon Sequestration in the Magma Ocean Implied by Complex Carbon Polymerization
Natalia V Solomatova Ecole Normale Supérieure Lyon, Razvan Caracas CNRS, Craig E Manning Univ California Los Angeles
08:15 DI31A-02: Metal-silicate Partitioning of Carbon to 59 GPa and >5000 K with Implications for Earth's Core Formation (Invited)
Rebecca A. Fischer Harvard University, Elizabeth Cottrell Smithsonian, NMNH, Kanani K M Lee Department of Geology & Geophy, Erik Hauri Carnegie Institution for Science
08:30 DI31A-03: Deep Carbon Storage in Fe-Ni-S Melt and Diamond Formation
Zhou Zhang University of California San Diego, Tian Qin University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Anne Pommier UC San Diego, Marc M Hirschmann University of Minnesota Twin Cities
08:45 DI31A-04: Carbonate-Metal Reactions in the Mantle
Anne Davis University of Chicago, Bethany Chidester University of California Davis, Eran Greenberg University of Chicago, Vitali B Prakapenka University of Chicago, Andrew Campbell University of Chicago
09:00 DI31A-05: Mobility of CaCO3 in Subduction Zones
Amanda Lindoo Carnegie Institution for Science Washington, Yingwei Fei Carnegie Institution for Science Washington
09:15 DI31A-06: Chemical and biological carbon sinks in the Costa Rican Forearc: First insights from the Biology Meets Subduction project (Invited)
Maarten J de Moor University of New Mexico National University of Costa Rica, Peter H Barry University of Oxford, Karen G Lloyd University of Tennessee, Donato Giovannelli Rutgers University New Brunswick, Matt Schrenk Michigan State University, Mayuko Nakagawa Earth-Life Science Institute, Carlos J Ramirez Volcanes Sin Fronteras (Volcanoes Without Borders), Katie Pratt University of Rhode Island, Daniel R Hummer Univ California Los Angeles, Taryn Michelle Lopez University of Alaska Fairbanks
09:30 DI31A-07: The carbon budget and carbon isotope composition of flood basalt magmas
Benjamin A Black CUNY City College of New York, Andres Hernandez Nava University of California Berkeley, Ellen Gales CUNY City College of New York, Sally A Gibson University of Cambridge, Robert J Bodnar Virginia Tech, Linda T Elkins-Tanton Carnegie Institution
09:45 DI31A-08: New noble gas and volatile measurements in basalt glasses from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge near 14° north
Mark D Kurz Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Joshua Curtice Meghan Jones Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Sandrine Péron Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Eric L Mittelstaedt University of Idaho, V. Dorsey Wanless Boise State University, Samuel A Soule Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Daniel J Fornari Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

08:00–10:00 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V31A: Chemistry, Mechanics, Geophysics, and Timescales of Magmatic Processes I
Mattia Pistone, University of Lausanne
Benoit Taisne, Asian School of the Environment
Bradley S Singer, University of Wisconsin Madison
Meredith Townsend, Brown University

10:20–12:20 Marriott Marquis - Capitol/Congress
MR32A: Perspectives on the Planetary Interior at Multiple Scales: Reconciling Experiments, Simulations, and Observations
Simon Hunt University College London
Lars N Hansen University of Oxford
Zhicheng Jing Case Western Reserve University
Dongzhou Zhang University of Hawaii at Manoa

11:50 MR32A-07: The mechanism of the akimotoite-bridgmanite phase transition and implications for the dynamics of subducted slabs (Invited)
Susannah Dorfman Michigan State University, Jiachao Liu Michigan State University, Shengcai Zhu University of Nevada Las Vegas, Yi Hu University of Hawaii at Manoa, Mingda Lv Michigan State University, Feng Zhu University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Xiaojing Lai University of Hawaii at Manoa, Jie Li University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Dongzhou Zhang University of Hawaii at Manoa, Przemyslaw Dera University of Hawaii at Manoa

10:20–12:20 Marriott Marquis - Archives
DI32A: The Archean Earth and Its Venusian Analogue I
Suzanne E Smrekar Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Anne Davaille CNRS / University Paris-Sud
Bradford J Foley Carnegie Institution for Science

11:20 DI32A-05: The volume of Archean oceans constrained by temperature-dependent mantle water storage capacity
Junjie Dong Harvard University, Rebecca A. Fischer Harvard University, Lars P Stixrude University of California Los Angeles, Carolina R Lithgow-Bertelloni University of California Los Angeles

10:20–12:20 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V32A: Chemistry, Mechanics, Geophysics, and Timescales of Magmatic Processes II
Mattia Pistone, University of Lausanne
Benoit Taisne, Asian School of the Environment
Bradley S Singer, University of Wisconsin Madison
Meredith Townsend, Brown University

08:00–12:20 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
DI31C: Petrological and Thermal Structure of the Mantle from the Transition Zone to the CMB: Causes and Consequences of Phase Transitions II Posters
Natalia V Solomatova Ecole Normale Supérieure Lyon
Songqiao Shawn Wei Michigan State University
Carolina R Lithgow-Bertelloni University of California Los Angeles
Chris J Grose California Institute of Technology

DI31C-0613: Ionic Moduli: A New Semi-empirical Model Describing the Compression and Phase Transition of Crystalline Ionic Solids
Daniel R Hummer Southern Illinois University Carbondale

13:40–15:40 Convention Ctr - 207A
P33A: Enceladus: A World Awaiting I
Carolyn Porco Space Science Institute Boulder
Julie A Huber Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

15:28 P33A-10: Cryogenic Mineralisation and Capture of Microorganisms in Simulated Enceladan Fluids
Mark Fox-Powell University of St Andrews, Arola Moreras Marti University of St Andrews, Michael Macy Open University, Claire Rachel Cousins University of St Andrews

13:40–15:40 Marriott Marquis - Liberty I-K
V33B: Origin and Timescales of Magmatic Systems: Discussing Ages, Rates, Transport, and Storage Processes of Magmas from the Source to Emplacement or Eruption I
Maurizio Petrelli University of Perugia
Stephan Kolzenburg McGill University / LMU Munich
Kendra Janell Lynn University of Hawaii at Manoa

13:55 V33B-02: The Minutes and Hours Before Eruption: Decompression Rate Scales to Explosivity (Invited)
Terry A Plank Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Anna Barth Columbia University, Megan Eve Newcombe Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Helge Gonnermann Rice University, Erik Hauri Carnegie Institution for Science

16:00–18:00 Marriott Marquis - Liberty L
V34A: Hydrothermal Systems in Oceanic Arcs: Subseafloor Structure, Mineralization Processes, and Vent Communities II
Hidenori Kumagai JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Susan E Humphris WHOI
Cornel E J de Ronde GNS Science
Jun-Ichiro Ishibashi Kyushu University

16:00 V34A-01: Hydrothermal and Microbiological Investigations of the Active Brothers Volcano in the Kermadec Arc (Invited)
Anna Louise Reysenbach Portland State Univ, Fabio Caratori Tontini GNS Science, Cornel E J de Ronde GNS Science, Susan E Humphris WHOI, Maurice Tivey Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst, Alexander Diehl University of Bremen, Gilberto Flores California State University, Northridge, Vanessa Schenker GNS Science, Lucy C Stewart GNS Science, Valerie Stucker GNS Science, Sharon L Walker NOAA/PMEL
16:30 V34A-03: Application of Stable Isotope Probing Coupled with -Omics to Examine Thermophilic Autotrophy in Newly Discovered Hydrothermal Vents Along the Mariana Back-arc
Julie A Huber Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Elizabeth Trembath-Reichert Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, David A Butterfield NOAA Seattle

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
MR33C: Perspectives on the Planetary Interior at Multiple Scales: Reconciling Experiments, Simulations, and Observations II Posters
Simon Hunt University College London
Lars N Hansen University of Oxford
Zhicheng Jing Case Western Reserve University
Dongzhou Zhang University of Hawaii at Manoa

MR33C-3144: Probing spin transition at combined high pressure and temperature by optical spectroscopy
Sergey Lobanov Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Nicholas Holtgrewe University of Chicago, Alexander F Goncharov Carnegie Institution for Science Washington

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
OS33C: Seafloor Hydrocarbon Seepage and Venting: The Contributions and Impacts to the Hydrosphere, Atmosphere, and Seep Habitat Biosphere Posters
Martin Scherwath Ocean Networks Canada
Tamara Baumberger NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory University of Bergen
Ira Leifer University of California, Santa Barbara
Hiroaki Watanabe Kyushu University

OS33C-3339: Characterization of Recently Located Methane Seeps on the Cascadia Margin
Tamara Baumberger Oregon State University, Susan G Merle Oregon State University, Camilla Wilkinson Oregon State University, Nathaniel J Buck Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, Kevin K Roe Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, Sarah Seabrook Oregon State University, Rebecca Crawford Oregon State University, Robert W. Embley Oregon State University, CIMRS, David A Butterfield University of Washington, NOAA/PMEL, Joseph A Resing Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, Marvin D Lilley University of Washington, Nicole Raineault Ocean Exploration Trust Inc., John E Lupton NOAA/PMEL

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
DI33B: Forms and Fluxes of Deep Carbon in Earth II Posters
Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge
Louise H Kellogg University of California - Davis Jie Li University of Michigan Ann Arbor

DI33B-2517: Reconciling Records of Forearc Dynamics and Fluid Generation with Estimates of Carbon Output in Forearc Springs and Arc Volcanic Gases
Gabe S Epstein Lehigh University Gray E Bebout Lehigh University
DI33B-2518: A box model for the transport of carbon between major carbon reservoirs over geologic time.
Donald L Turcotte University of California Davis, Louise H Kellogg University of California - Davis, Harsha Venkata Lokavarapu University of California Davis
DI33B-2519: Behavior of nitrogen-containing aromatic heterocyclic compound at high-pressure and high-temperature conditions of shallow subduction zone.
Ayako Shinozaki Hokkaido University, Koichi Mimura Nagoya University, Tamihito Nishida Nagoya university
DI33B-2520: Experimental Exploration of the Speciation, Solubility and Solid Phases of Carbon in the CO2-H2O and CO2-H2O-NaCl Systems to 7 GPa and 700 K.
Olivier Bollengier University of Washington Seattle Campus, Evan Abramson University of Washington Seattle, J Michael Brown University of Washington Seattle Campus, Baptiste Journaux University of Washington
DI33B-2521: Internal Structure and Stability of Carbonate-rich Melts atop the Mantle Transition Zone
Yizhuo SUN Royal Holloway University of London, Michael J Walter University of Bristol, YIgang Xu GIG Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Saswata Hier-Majumder University of Maryland
DI33B-2522: Isotopically Light Carbon (δ13C -31 to -24 ‰) in the Mantle by at Least 3.2 Ga: Insights from Carbonado Diamond
Scott A Eckley University of Texas at Austin, Richard A Ketcham Univ Texas-Austin, Federico Galster University of Texas at Austin
DI33B-2523: New insights of the plumbing system of Santorini using helium and carbon isotopes
Manuel A Moreira Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Javier Escartin Institut de Physique du Globe, Laura Scelin Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Lorraine Ruzié University of Manchester, Paraskevi Nomikou National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Catherine Mevel Geosciences Marines, Muriel Andreani University Claude Bernard Lyon 1
DI33B-2524: Quantifying the shallow crustal contribution to continental arc CO2production
Evan Ramos University of Texas at Austin, Jaime Barnes University of Texas at Austin, Jade Star Lackey Pomona College
DI33B-2525: Recent Developments in Calibration of the pMELTS+CO2 Model of Silicate Phase Equilibria
Paula M Antoshechkina California Institute of Technology, Oliver Shorttle University of Cambridge, Mark S Ghiorso OFM Research, Paul D Asimow California Institute of Technology
DI33B-2526: Structure and thermal equation of state of Ca3KNa(CO3)4 carbonate
Marco Merlini University of Milan, Sula Milani University of Milan, Davide Comboni University of Milan, Ines Collings ESRF European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Michael Hanfland ESRF European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
DI33B-2527: The composition of melts in the incipient melting regime of the upper mantle
Zsanett Pinter Macquarie University, Stephen F Foley Macquarie University, Gregory Yaxley Australian National University, Anthony W. Lanati Macquarie University, Tracy A Rushmer Macquarie University
DI33B-2528: The high temperature X-ray diffraction and infrared spectroscopy of calcite, dolomite and magnesite
Wang Xiang China University of Geosciences Wuhan
DI33B-2529: The History of Deep Carbon Science
Simon Anthony Mitton University of Cambridge Fiona Elizabeth Iddon University of Cambridge
DI33B-2530: Transfer of Organic Carbon Through Forearcs: Record in HP/UHPMetamorphic Rocks and Bearing on Estimates of the Sources of Arc Volcanic Gases
Gray E Bebout Lehigh University, Kaylee Kraft Lehigh University, Jennie Cook-Kollars Lehigh University, Gabe S Epstein Lehigh University
DI33B-2531: Ultrasonic Sound Velocity of Carbonate Liquids at High Pressure and Temperature
Man Xu Case Western Reserve University, Zhicheng Jing Case Western Reserve University, Tony Yu The University of Chicago, Yanbin Wang The University of Chicago

13:40–18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
V33D: Chemistry, Mechanics, Geophysics, and Timescales of Magmatic Processes Posters
Mattia Pistone University of Lausanne
Benoit Taisne Asian School of the Environment
Bradley S Singer University of Wisconsin Madison
Meredith Townsend Brown University

V33D-3896: Unravelling magma emplacement mechanism in the lower crust: A forensic investigation of the Mafic Complex, Ivrea-Verbano Zone (Italy)
Mattia Pistone University of Lausanne, Benoît Petri, Othmar Müntener University of Lausanne, Bjarne Sven Guestav Almqvist Uppsala University, Alberto Zanetti CNR, György Hetényi University of Lausanne, Alba Zappone Swiss Seismological Survey, Lukas P Baumgartner University of Lausanne
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