Program Overview by IUGG Association/Subject

This program overview is listed according to IUGG Association or subject area. Joint symposia are listed under each appropriate Association. Select one of the following to view final program listings of all presentations, or a schedule of session topics and descriptions:

Symposium Descriptions


Union

Monday, July 3

  • U 1: Human impact and Earth's environment

    Tuesday, July 4

  • U Ll: Ozone depletion and global changes
  • U 2: Migration of chemical elements in Earth's systems

    Wednesday, July 5

  • U 3: The hidden Earth as revealed from space

    Thursday, July 6

  • U L2: Chaotic dynamics in three geophysical fluids
  • U 4: Dynamic complexity

    Friday, July 7

  • U 5: Comparative planetology

    Saturday, July 8

  • (No Sessions Scheduled)

    Monday, July 10

  • U L3: Fresh water in the world
  • U 6: Origin and evolution of the lithosphere

    Tuesday, July 11

  • U 7: Inverse problems in geodesy and geophysics

    Wednesday, July 12

  • U L4: Climate change forcings
  • U 8: Natural disaster reduction

    Thursday, July 13

  • U L5: Sea level, ice sheets, and physics of the Earth

    Friday, July 14

  • U 9: Climate change: The 1995 IPCC report

    IAG

    Monday, July 3

  • G 1: GPS trends and applications
  • G 8: Geodesy general topics

    Tuesday, July 4

  • G 1: GPS trends and applications
  • G 2: Geodesy in Southeast Asia
  • S JWl: Geophysical networks
  • PS 8: Ocean dynamics from new satellites

    Wednesday, July 5

  • G 6: Geodetic networks for addressing geophysical issues
  • G 8: Geodesy general topics I education
  • S JS3: Long-term seafloor observations and networks
  • PS 8: Ocean dynamics from new satellites

    Thursday, July 6

  • G JSl: Crustal deformation along plate boundaries
  • G 8: Geodesy general topics
  • GA JS1.05/5.13: Secular variation and core flow
  • S JS4: Modeling Earth's structure and dynamics

    Friday, July 7

  • G JS2: Monitoring volcanic activities
  • G 8: Geodesy general topics
  • S JS5: Core-mantle boundary

    Saturday, July 8

  • Geodesy section meetings

    Monday, July 10

  • G JS3: Earth rotation: An approach to Earth system science
  • G 8: General topics in geodesy
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes

    Tuesday, July 11

  • G 7: New concepts in space geodesy
  • G 8: General topics in geodesy
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes
  • V JS4: Mantle plumes

    Wednesday, July 12

  • G 3: Global gravity field and its temporal variations
  • G 8: General topics in geodesy
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes

    Thursday, July 13

  • G 4: Airborne gravity field determination
  • G 5: The geoid and the boundary value problem
  • S JS8: Modeling the Earth's interior
  • S JW2: Geophysical data challenges in the 21st century

    Friday, July 14

  • G 5: The geoid and the geodetic boundary value problem
  • G 8: General topics in geodesy

    IAGA

    Monday, July 3

  • GA 1.04: Core dynamics and the dynamo
  • GA 2.09/3.08: Planetary atmospheres and magnetospheres
  • GA 2.13/3.03: Magnetotail and high-latitude nightside ionosphere
  • GA 4.10: Division IV reporter reviews
  • GA 5.01: Modern observatory practice
  • GA 7.01: International Equatorial Electrojet Year (IEEY)
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere

    Tuesday, July 4

  • GA 1.06: Reversals: Observation and theory
  • GA 1.13: Magnetic signature of environmental change
  • GA 2.09/3.08: Planetary atmospheres and magnetospheres
  • GA 2.13/3.03: Magnetotail and high-latitude nightside ionosphere
  • GA 4.02: Observations of the Sun by Ulysses
  • GA 4.10: Division IV reporter reviews
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • S JW1: Geophysical networks (GA 5.21)

    Wednesday, July 5

  • GA 1.10: EM modeling and inversion
  • GA 2.05/7.03: Equatorial ionosphere-thermosphere
  • GA 2.12/3.02/4.04: Magnetosheath, magnetopause, _
  • GA 3.0: Experiments in space plasma physics
  • GA 4.01: Ulysses latitude survey
  • GA 5.02: Ocean bottom geomagnetic observatories
  • GA 5.15: Processing and presenting magnetic anomaly data
  • GA JS5.l8: Continental structure from geophysical data
  • M JS2: Equatorial atmosphere and ionosphere interaction
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • S JS3: Long-term seafloor observations and networks

    Thursday, July 6

  • GA JS1.05/5.13: Secular variation and core flow
  • GA 2.12/3.02/4.04: Magnetosheath, magnetopause, _
  • GA 5.06: Geomagnetic applications
  • GA 5.07: Application data systems
  • GA 7.02: Geomagnetism and aeronomy in developing countries
  • M JS2: Equatorial atmosphere and ionosphere interaction
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • S JS4: Modeling Earth's structure and dynamics (GA 1.09)

    Friday, July 7

  • GA 1.16: High-resolution magnetostratigraphy
  • GA 2.11/3.09: High-latitude aurorae
  • GA 2.14/3.04: Inner magnetosphere
  • GA 2.15/3.11: Interhemispheric contrasts in substorm signals
  • GA 4.09: Planetary bow shocks
  • GA 5.10: Geomagnetic indices
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • S JS5: Core-mantle boundary (GA 1.03)

    Saturday, July 8

  • GA JS1.07: Lithospheric anisotropy
  • GA 1.14: Archeosecular and paleosecular variations
  • GA 2.11/3.09: High-latitude aurorae
  • GA2.14/3.04: Inner magnetosphere
  • GA 3.12: Whistler-mode waves and particle precipitation
  • GA 3.15/4.03: Pickup ions in space plasmas
  • GA 5.16: Magnetic anomalies in northern oceans
  • GA 5.17: Antarctic magnetic anomalies
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere

    Monday, July 10

  • GA 1.12: Electromagnetic studies of the solid Earth
  • GA 2.02: Aurora and airglow emissions
  • GA 2.03: Ionospheric irregularities and instabilities
  • GA 3.01: Division III reporter reviews
  • GA 4.06: Origin of interplanetary plasma composition
  • GA 5.12: Satellite geomagnetic data
  • GA 6.01: History of geophysics and global change
  • G JS3: Earth rotation: An approach to Earth system science
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere

    Tuesday, July 11

  • GA 1.20: Properties of minor magnetic minerals
  • GA 1.21: New approaches in rock magnetism
  • GA 2.01: Upper atmosphere system
  • GA 2.10/3.05: Electrodynamics/magnetosphere, ionosphere, thermosphere
  • GA 3.07: Nonlinear and kinetic effects in ULF waves
  • GA 4.07: Structural approach to heliospheric plasmas
  • GA JS1.08: Geophysical signatures of continental margins
  • GA W2.17: Imaging radiometers

    Wednesday, July 12

  • GA 1.11/2.16/5.08: Multidimensional Earth structures
  • GA 1.15: Innovations in paleointensity studies
  • GA 1.17: Nature of remagnetizations
  • GA 2.01: Upper atmosphere system
  • GA 2.10/3.05: Electrodynamics/magnetosphere, ionosphere, thermosphere
  • GA 3.06: ULF wave response of the magnetospere
  • GA 3.07: Nonlinear and kinetic effects in ULF waves
  • GA 3.17/5.04: A1 in magnetosphere modeling
  • GA 4.08: Interstellar cloud and heliosphere boundary
  • GA 5.14: Global magnetic field models and charts

    Thursday, July 13

  • GA 1.19: Applications of magnetic anisotropy
  • GA 2.01: Upper atmosphere system
  • GA 3.06: ULF wave response of the magnetospere
  • GA 3.14: Magnetospheric models
  • GA 5.03: High-resolution geomagnetic data aquisition
  • GA 5.09: Field behavior on nonactive days
  • GA 5.22: Changes of magnetic field by tectonic processes
  • GA JS1.02: Continental drilling and measurement
  • S JW2: Geophysical data challenges in the 21st century (GA5.11)

    Friday, July 14

  • GA 1.01/2.08/3.16/4.05/5.05: Solar wind structures
  • GA 1.18: Paleomagnetism and tectonics
  • GA 2.01: Upper atmosphere system
  • GA 2.04: Instrumentation and absolute calibration
  • GA 3.13: Mission design and data interpretation
  • GA 5.19: Magnetic petrology and signatures of ore deposits
  • GA 5.20: Advances in magnetic modeling

    IAHS

    Monday, July 3

  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • H W3: Hydrology in developing countries
  • H JWl: Remote sensing_soil moisture
  • H JW2: Large-scale modeling in mountains

    Tuesday, July 4

  • H 2: Monitoring groundwater quality
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • H W3: Hydrology in developing countries
  • H JWl: Remote sensing_evapotranspiration

    Wednesday, July 5

  • H 2: Monitoring groundwater quality
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • H W1: Information systems in hydrology
  • H JW1: Remote sensing_snow and water Thursday, July 6
  • H 4: Tracer techniques for hydrologic systems
  • H 5: Freshwater ecosystems and water use
  • H JSl: Clouds, convection, and surface processes Friday, July 7
  • H 4: Tracer techniques for hydrologic systems
  • H 5: Freshwater ecosystems and water use
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • S JS6: Rock properties related to environmental concerns

    Saturday, July 8

  • H JSl: Clouds, convection, and surface processes

    Monday, July 10

  • H 1: Scale effects in sediments and water quaility
  • H W4: Quality assurance in hydrologic measurements
  • H JW3: Global water balance
  • G JS3: Earth rotation: An approach to Earth system science
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes
  • V JS3: Volcanic crater lakes

    Tuesday, July 11

  • H 1: Scale effects in sediments and water quaility
  • H 3: Biochemistry of seasonally snow-covered catchments
  • H 6: Sustainable basin-scale water resource systems
  • OS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes

    Wednesday, July 12

  • H 3: Biochemistry of seasonally snow-covered catchments
  • H 6: Sustainable basin-scale water resource systems
  • PS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes

    Thursday, July 13

  • H 6: Sustainable basin-scale water resource systems
  • H W2: Predictability, uncertainty, and prejudice in hydrology
  • OS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE

    Friday, July 14

    v (No Sessions Scheduled)

    IAMAS

    Monday, July 3

  • M 7: Atmospheric electricity
  • M 9: Mesoscale and synoptic weather in high latitudes
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • H JWl: Remote sensing_soil moisture
  • H JW2: Large-scale modeling in mountains

    Tuesday, July 4

  • M 7: Atmospheric electricity
  • M 9: Mesoscale and synoptic weather in high latitudes
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • H JWl: Remote sensing_evapotranspiration

    Wednesday, July 5

  • M 9: Mesoscale and synoptic weather in high latitudes
  • M JS2: Equatorial atmosphere and ionosphere interaction
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes
  • H JWl: Remote sensing_snow and water

    Thursday, July 6

  • M 8: Boundary layer and its mesoscale impact
  • M JS2: Equatorial atmosphere and ionosphere interaction
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes

    Friday, July 7

  • M 8: Boundary layer and its mesoscale impact
  • M 11: Spectroscopy and radiative transfer
  • M 13: Atmosphere-ocean behaviour annual/interannual
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes

    Saturday, July 8

  • M 13: Atmosphere ocean behaviour annual/interannual
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • H JS1: Clouds, convection, and surface processes

    Monday, July 10

  • M 1: Tropospheric ozone
  • M 10: Mars and Jupiter
  • M 13: Atmosphere-ocean behaviour annual/interannual
  • M JS3: Middle atmosphere
  • M JS5: Effects of Pinatubo
  • M W5: Intercomparison of middle atmospheric models
  • H JW3: Global water balance

    Tuesday, July 11

  • M 10: Mars and Jupiter
  • M JS5: Effects of Pinatubo
  • M W3: Solar cycle variations of the stratosphere
  • OS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE

    Wednesday, July 12

  • M 4: Radiative processes in climate
  • M 12: Stratospheric processes and climate
  • M JS6: Atmospheric CO2 and O2: Breathing of Earth
  • M W2: New technology and mesoscale forecasting
  • M W7: International global aerosol program
  • OS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS3: Internal waves and small-scale turbulence

    Thursday, July 13

  • M 4: Radiative processes in climate
  • M W2: New technology and mesoscale forecasting
  • M W4: Gravity wave sources and parametrization
  • M W6: Stratospheric ozone and W-B radiation
  • M W7: International global aerosol program
  • OS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS3: Internal waves and small-scale turbulence

    Friday, July 14

  • M 4: Radiative processes in climate
  • M W7: International global aerosol program

    Oceans

    Monday, July 3

  • OS 1: Large scale ocean circulation
  • OS 4: Coastal ocean A: Interaction with open ocean
  • OS 10: Spatial structure of short ocean waves
  • PS JS4: Tsunami disaster reduction
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Tuesday, July 4

  • OS 1: Large-scale ocean circulation
  • OS 2: Decadal and interdecadal variations in the ocean
  • OS 4: Coastal ocean A: Interaction with open ocean
  • OS 6: Carbon dioxide in the oceans
  • OS 8: Ocean dynamics from new satellites
  • OS 10: Spatial structure of short ocean waves
  • PS JS4: Tsunami disaster reduction
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Wednesday, July 5

  • OS 1: Large-scale ocean circulation
  • OS 2: Decadal and interdecadal variations in the ocean
  • OS 5: Coastal ocean B: Interaction with adjacent land
  • OS 6: Carbon dioxide in the oceans
  • OS 8: Ocean dynamics from new satellites
  • OS 10: Spatial structure of short ocean waves
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • S JS3: Long-term seafloor observations and networks

    Thursday, July 6

  • OS 1: Large-scale ocean circulation
  • OS 2: Decadal and interdecadal variations in the ocean
  • OS 5: Coastal ocean B: Interaction with adjacent land
  • OS 8: Ocean dynamics from new satellites
  • OS 11: Physical, chemical, and geological oceanography
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Friday, July 7

  • OS 1: Large-scale ocean circulation
  • OS 5: Coastal ocean B: Interaction with adjacent land
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Saturday, July 8

  • OS Wl: Oceanographic research in developing countries
  • OS W2: Fossil turbulence: Microstructural and hydropaleontological
  • PS W3: Understanding ocean physics

    Monday, July 10

  • PS 3: Circulation of marginal and semienclosed seas
  • OS 7: Air-sea-ice interactions and high-latitude oceans
  • OS 11: Physical, chemical, and geological oceanography
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes
  • G JS3: Earth rotation: An approach to Earth system science

    Tuesday, July 11

  • PS 3: Circulation of marginal and semienclosed seas
  • OS 7: Air-sea-ice interactions and high-latitude oceans
  • OS 9: Marine dispersion
  • OS JS1 Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes

    Wednesday, July 12

  • PS 3: Circulation of marginal and semienclosed seas
  • OS 7: Air-sea-ice interactions and high-latitude oceans
  • OS 9: Marine dispersion
  • OS JSl: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS2: Sea level and ice sheet volume changes
  • PS JS3: Internal waves and small-scale turbulence
  • M JS6: Atmospheric C02 and 02: Breathing of Earth

    Thursday, July 13

  • PS 3: Circulation of marginal and semienclosed seas
  • OS 9: Marine dispersion
  • OS 11: Physical, chemical, and geological oceanography
  • OS JS1: Ocean-atmosphere coupling: TOGA/COARE
  • PS JS3: Internal waves and small-scale turbulence

    Friday, July 14

  • PS 3: Circulation of marginal and semienclosed seas

    IASPEI

    Monday, July 3

  • S W1: Seismological networks for the next century
  • S W2: Thermoelastic properties of deep mantle phases
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • PS JS4: Tsunami disaster reduction
  • V JWl: EM effects of earthquakes and volcanoes
  • V JS1: Geodynamic evolution of the Andes

    Tuesday, July 4

  • S 1: Induced seismicity
  • S JSl: Earthquake generation processes
  • S JS2: Physical and chemical evolution of the Earth
  • S JWl: Geophysical networks
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • PS JS4: Tsunami disaster reduction

    Wednesday, July 5

  • S 2: Earthquake prediction
  • S JS1: Earthquake generation processes
  • S JS2: Physical and chemical evolution of the Earth
  • S JS3: Long-term seafloor observations and networks
  • S W3: Aquisition and processing deep crustal seismic data
  • GA JS5.18: Continental structure from geophysical data
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Thursday, July 6

  • S 3: Geophysical transects and continental evolution
  • S JS4: Modeling Earth's structure and dynamics
  • S W4: Earthquake precursors and prediction
  • G JS1: Crustal deformation along plate boundaries
  • GA JS1.05/5.13: Secular variation and core flow
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Friday, July 7

  • S 4: Origin and evolution of sedimentary basins
  • S JS5: Core-mantle boundary
  • S JS6: Rock properties related to environmental concerns
  • S W5: Recent devastating earthquakes
  • S W6: Earthquake warning systems
  • G JS2: Monitoring volcanic activities
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • V JS2: Subduction zone processes at 25 to 200 km depth

    Saturday, July 8

  • GA JS1.07: Lithospheric anisotropy

    Monday, July 10

  • S 5: Ground motion analysis from strong-motion data
  • S 6: Quantification of earthquakes
  • S 7: Rheology and lithospheric deformation
  • S 8: Microearthquakes and tectonics of the ocean bottom
  • S W7: Intracontinental earthquakes
  • G JS3: Earth rotation: An approach to Earth system science

    Tuesday, July 11

  • S 6: Quantification of earthquakes
  • S 9: Earthquake hazard related to geological structures
  • S 10: Anisotropic heterogeneous media
  • S 11: Real-time tectonics
  • S W8: Seismological data and practice into the 21st century
  • GA JS1.08: Geophysical signatures of continental margins
  • V JS4: Mantle plumes

    Wednesday, July 12

  • S 12: Tomography in complicated heterogeneous media
  • S 13: Artificial intelligence computing in geophysics
  • S JS7: Mantle dynamics and the geological record
  • S W9: Methodology of seismic risk assessment
  • S W10: Exploiting large volumes of digital waveform data

    Thursday, July 13

  • S 14: Interpretation of two-dimensional and three-dimensional Earth structure
  • S 15: Dynamics of the subduction process
  • S JS8: Modeling the Earth's interior
  • S W11: Deja Q: Anelasticity in the Earth's deep interior
  • S JW2: Geophysical data challenges in the 21st century
  • GA JS1.02: Continental drilling and measurement

    Friday, July 14

  • S W12: GSHAP: Seismic hazard assessment
  • S W13: Regional cooperation in observational seismology
  • S W14: Seismic noise/stability and change in time and space
  • S W15: Statistical characteristics of Earth heterogeneity

    IAVCEI

    Monday, July 3

  • V JS1: Geodynamic evolution of the Andes
  • V JWl: EM effects of earthquakes and volcanoes
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • V 4: Evolution of large volcanic systems
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • S JS1: Earthquake generation processes
  • S JS2: Physical and chemical evolution of the Earth

    Wednesday, July 5

  • V 7: Volcano flank instability
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium
  • S JS1: Earthquake generation processes
  • S JS2: Physical and chemical evolution of the Earth

    Thursday, July 6

  • V 1: Origin of large igneous provinces
  • V 5: Dynamics of the magma_hydrothermal interface
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Friday, July 7

  • V 2: Seafloor volcanism
  • V JS2: Subduction zone processes at 25 to 200 km depth
  • G JS2: Monitoring volcanic activities
  • M JS14: Climatic variability and forcing_past millennium

    Saturday, July 8

    v (No Sessions Scheduled)

    Monday, July 10

  • V 8: Decade volcano
  • V JS3: Volcanic crater lakes
  • M JS5: Effects of Pinatubo

    Tuesday, July 11

  • V 3: Magma degassing and explosive eruptions
  • V JS4: Mantle plumes
  • M JS5: Effects of Pinatubo

    Wednesday, July 12

  • V 6: Arc volcanism and sedimentation
  • M JS6: Atmospheric CO2 and O2: Breathing of Earth

    Thursday, July 13

  • S JS8: Modeling the Earth's interior

    Friday, July 14

    (No Sessions Scheduled)

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