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Scientific Sessions

AGU Fellows Sessions

Tuesday, 23 May

OS23A Research Highlights in the Ocean Sciences by 2006 AGU Fellows
BCC, Level 3, Room 315
1400h

Wednesday, 24 May

H31C Hydrology Section Fellows Session
BCC, Level 3, Room 317
0830h

Meeting Lectures

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Tuesday, 23 May

Rachel Carson Lecture
OS24A Hydrodynamics on the Scale of Biological Processes
Presented by Mimi Koehl, University of California, Berkeley
BCC, Level 3, Room 315
1615h

Daly Lecture
V24A Geochemical Insights Into Continental Dynamics

Presented by Roberta L. Rudnick, University of Maryland
BCC, Level 3, Room 309
1645h

Wednesday, 24 May

M31B Dana Medal Lecture Presented by:
Rodney Ewing, University of Michigan
William Weber, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Allison Macfarlane, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
BCC, Level 3, Room 315
0830h

Nicolet Lecture
SA31C, SH31C, SM31C Our Dynamic Ionosphere
Presented by Rod Heelis, University of Texas at Dallas
BCC, Level 3, Room 310
0900h

NS33A Near-Surface Geophysics: The State of the Art
Presented by:
Rosemary Knight, Stanford University
Tavi Murray, University of Wales Swansea
Sarah Kruse, University of South Florida
Estella Atekwana, University of Missouri, Rolla
BCC, Level 3, Room 314
1400h

Thursday, 25 May

Charney Lecture
A43I Convective Cloud Life Cycles in a Wavy Stratified Environment

Presented by Brian Mapes, University of Miami
BCC, Level 3, Room 308
1400h

M44A NEPTUNE: A Regional Cabled Observatory on the Juan de Fuca Tectonic Plate
Presented by S. Kim Juniper, University of Victoria
BCC, Level 3, Room 321
1615h

Meeting Workshops

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Tuesday, 23 May

Explaining Your Research: Writing Science for the Public
Sheraton Hotel, Camden I and II
1245h 1545h

Wednesday, 24 May

Communicating With Congress Workshop
Sheraton Hotel, Camden II
1230h 1400h

Thursday, 25 May

The Daily Planet -- Life on the Imperfect Interface Between Science and the Media
Sheraton Hotel, Camden I and II
1245h-1345h

Union Events

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Monday, 22 May

Ice Breaker
BCC, Level 3, Main Terrace
1730h - 1900h

Tuesday, 24 May

Geodesy Section Luncheon
Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, Severn II and III
1230h - 1400h

Space Physics and Aeronomy, Atmospheric Sciences, and Planetary Sciences Joint Reception
Maryland Science Center
1900h - 2100h
Ticketed Event: $50 per ticket (advance purchase required)

Near Surface Geophysics Reception
The Wharf Rat
206 West Pratt Street
1900h

AGU Section/Focus Group Receptions and Business Meetings
Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, Level 2, Various Rooms
1815h - 1945h

Light Snacks and Cash Bars

Thursday, 25 May

AGU Honors Evening: Celebrating the 2006 AGU Fellows
This year's list of Fellows
Honors Ceremony
BCC, Level 4, Ballroom I
1830h

A reception immediately follows for those attending the ceremony.
Champagne and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Banquet Honoring the AGU Fellows Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, Chesapeake Ballroom
2030h - 2230h
Ticketed Event: $55 (advance purchase required)

Friday, 26 May

AGU Council Meeting    Updated 5/16 
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Hotel, Constellation A
1630h - 1830h

Town Hall Meeting

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Thursday, 25 May

Near-Surface Geophysics: Advancing Science Through Building Community
CC, Level 3, Room 327
1245h - 1345h

The objective of this Town Hall Meeting is to provide a forum for the AGU community interested in the new Near Surface Geophysics (NS) Focus Group (established at the December 2006 Executive Council Meeting) to meet and discuss science and community issues. We wish to hold this workshop at the 2006 Joint Assembly as it is the first AGU meeting where NS is running sessions (83 papers spread over 11 sessions) that will bring a sizeable portion of the AGU community interested in this focus group together.

The Town Hall Meeting will discuss a number of issues of general interest to our community. These will include [1] the recent formation of the NS Focus Group, its leadership and objectives, [3] plans for representation of the NS Focus Group at the various AGU meetings, [4] proposed interactions with other organizations promoting near surface geophysics research (e.g., Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS), Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)).