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Meeting Calendar
 11 Mar  Abstract Deadline
19:59 UT
 28 Apr  Housing Reservation Deadline
 21 May  Registration Deadline

Scientific Program

Presenting Authors & Session Chairs

Presenting Authors and Session Chairs: please review the information page containing details regarding your oral or poster session.

Oral Sessions

There are three 2-hour blocks of oral sessions each day, and a daily 1-hour Plenary Session.

Oral Sessions location: Convention Center, Levels, 1, 2, and 3

Poster Sessions

Poster sessions are scheduled 0830h-1200h in the morning and 1330h-1800h in the afternoon. Poster sessions are active for one half day. Authors are asked to put up displays on Tuesday, 27 May at 1330h and leave them up for the remaining days of the week for maximum viewing opportunity. You must be present at your poster for at least one hour during the allocated session time.

Poster Sessions location: Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, Level 1.

Plenary Sessions

The following daily plenary sessions will be held 1100h – 1200h in the Convention Center’s Palm Room on Level 2.

Tuesday, 27 May

U22A Hale Prize Lecture
How Solar Flares Work
Presented by Hugh S. Hudson, University of California, Berkeley

Wednesday, 28 May

U32A Honey Bees, Satellites and Climate Change
Presented by Wayne Esaias, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Thursday, 29 May

U42A Global Earth Observations: Applications in the Americas

Friday, 30 May

U52A New Insights in Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism

AGU Fellows Sessions

Wednesday, 28 May

GP33A Fellows and Gilbert Awardee Perspectives on Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism I
CC, Level 1, Room 113, 1330h

B34A The Fellows Speak: Perspectives on the Science From the New Biogeosciences Section AGU Fellows
CC, Level 3, Room 316, 1600h

Thursday, 29 May

GP43A Fellows and Gilbert Awardee Perspectives on Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism II
CC, Level 1, Room 113, 1330h

A44A Atmospheric Sciences Fellows Lectures
CC, Level 3, Room 305, 1600h

H44A The Fellows Speak: Perspectives on the Science From the New Hydrology Section AGU Fellows
CC, Level 2, Room 222, 1600h

OS44A Research Highlights in the Ocean Sciences by 2008 AGU Fellows
CC, Level 2, Room 221, 1600h

Meeting Lectures

Wednesday, 28 May

Rachel Carson Lecture
OS33A Algal Toxins in the Deep Blue Sea: an Environmental Concern?
CC, Level 1, Room 114, 1330h
Presented by Mary Wilcox Silver, University of California, Santa Cruz

Parker Lecture
SA34A, SH34A, SM34A A Guided Tour of Heliospheric Waves, Shocks and Energetic Particles
CC, Level 2, Palm Room, 1600h
Presented by Martin A. Lee, University of New Hampshire

Thursday, 29 May

Harvey Prize Lecture
SP42A Magnetic Reconnection and Flare Loop Formation in Solar Eruptions
CC, Level 3, Room 316, 1100h
Presented by Mark G. Linton, Naval Research Laboratory

Charney Lecture
A43A Another Inconvenient Truth—Even a Small Nuclear War Could Be Much Worse Than You Think
CC, Level 3, Room 305, 1330h
Presented by Owen Brian Toon, University of Colorado

Daly Lecture
V44B New Constraints on the Protracted Accretion History of the Earth and Moon
CC, Level 1, Room 114, 1630h
Presented by Alex N. Halliday, Oxford University

Town Hall Meeting

Wednesday, 28 May

U.S. Climate Change Science Program (CCSP) Town Hall Meeting
CC, Level 2, Palm Room, 1200h – 1230h