AGU Chapman Conference on Source to Sink Systems Around the World and Through Time
Recent Advances in Understanding Production, Transfer, and Burial of Terrestrial and Marine Materials on the Earth Surface
Oxnard, California, USA
24–27 January 2011
Conference Objectives and General Description
The general goal of this conference is to articulate the ideas that are the foundation for a holistic understanding of sediment dispersal from land origins to marine accumulation, and to explore the theoretical and observational studies that support them.
This Chapman Conference will substantially expand the results of individual source-to-sink research projects by contrasting diverse dispersal systems. An attempt will be made to resolve fundamental differences in the operation of processes that transfer mass across the Earth surface. This effort will develop a global perspective with studies from around the world, and will facilitate the synthesis and integration of S2S research as part of an inclusive international conference, a digital text, and classroom materials.
Charles A. Nittrouer, School of Oceanography, University of Washington, email@example.com
Steven A. Kuehl, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, College of William & Mary, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert C. Aller, Stony Brook University, email@example.com
Neal E. Blair, Northwestern University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael D. Blum, ExxonMobil Research Company, email@example.com
Robert W. Dalrymple, Queen's University, Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org
William E. Dietrich, University of California, Berkeley, email@example.com
Andre W. Droxler, Rice University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Dunne, University of California, Santa Barbara, email@example.com
Alberto G. Figueiredo, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephan A. Graham, Stanford University, email@example.com
Cathryn A. Manduca, Carleton College, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathleen M. Marsaglia, California State University, Northridge, email@example.com
Ole J. Martinsen, StatOil, Norway, OJMA@Statoil.com
Alan Orpin, NIWA, New Zealand, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Parker, University of Illinois, email@example.com
Carlos Pirmez, Shell Oil Company, Carlos.Pirmez@shell.com
Piret Plink-Bjorklund, Colorado School of Mines, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua J. Roering, University of Oregon, email@example.com
Brian W. Romans, Chevron Energy Technology, Brian.Romans@chevron.com
Yoshiki Saito, Geological Survey of Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rudy Slingerland, Pennsylvania State University, email@example.com
James P.M. Syvitski, University of Colorado, James.Syvitski@Colorado.edu
Robert A. Wheatcroft, Oregon State University, firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference organizers acknowledge the generous support of the following organizations.
Some funds will be available to help with travel support of graduate and undergraduate students, who would like to participate in the conference. To be considered, students should submit abstracts. More information can be obtained by contacting the conference conveners: Chuck Nittrouer (email@example.com) and Steve Kuehl (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you would like to receive future updates about this conference, e-mail email@example.com or call the AGU Meetings Department at +1-202-777-7329.
For information about the scientific program, please contact one of the conveners via e-mail: Chuck Nittrouer (University of Washington) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Steve Kuehl (College of William & Mary) at email@example.com.