Abstracts Received for the 2009 Joint Assembly

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
1229Jorge D AbadHH22 1856
1861
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Secondary Flow in Meandering Channels: Rivers Versus Turbidity Currents
2048Farhat AbbasGCGC05 1055
1865
Estimation of Carbon Dioxide Emission from Soil Physical and Hydrological Properties
1353Jonathan AbbattAA10 300
305
315
320
365
Observation of a Major Biogenic Aerosol Growth Event in Rural Ontario: Correlation with Photochemical Activity and Comparison to Model Predictions
1498Mahmoud Abd El-GelilGG01 1200
Calibration of the Superconducting Gravimeter: Cantley Station, Canada
1191Yasser Abd El-RahmanGAGA01 1039
1051
3675
9305
9622
Provenance and Tectonic Setting of the Neoproterozoic Um Hassa Greywacke Member at the Central Eastern Desert, Egypt
50Yasser Abd El-RahmanVV01 1031
1065
8104
8140
9622
Transition From Island Arc to Active Continental Margin: Evidence From The Neoproterozoic Fawakhir Ophiolite, Egypt
1784Gamal Abdel AalHH15 416
424
925
1835
Investigating Changes in Flow and Transport Properties due to Bio-clogging of Porous Media from Complex Conductivity Measurements
1623Mangalathayil Ali AbduSASA02 2415
2427
2431
2439
2712
Equatorial Spread F development and day-to-day Variability From Prereversal Vertical Drift and Gravity Wave Precursors
1173N T AbebePPPP03 4900
4938
XRD-Mineralogy of Lake Bosumtwi (Ghana) Sediments as a Proxy for Past Hydrologic Variability of West Africa
92Alexandra AbrajevitchGAGA11 1510
1530
1532
8120
What could explain the nearly coeval shallow and steep inclinations of Ediacaran paleomagnetic results from Laurentia?
137Babagana AbubakarGCGC01 1699
The impacts of bio fuel.
135Babagana AbubakarGCGC04 1616
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3309
4215
4513
Climate Change in Africa: Impacts and Effects on the Inhabitants of the Lake Chad Region.
136Babagana AbubakarOSOS01 4815
Oceans Pollution in Africa as a Result of Maritime,Petroleum and other Anthropogenic Activities .
1866Cristen AdamsAA10 305
315
365
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3362
Ground-based BrO measurements above Eureka, Nunavut during spring 2008
782Justin R AdamsHH20 1855
1866
1880
1894
1895
Vegetation and Roughness Controls on Field Scale Soil Moisture Variability
1826Roberta AdamsGAGA01 730
1105
9350
An Integrated Approach to Paleo Ice Stream Determination
2001Surendra AdhikariCC01 774
776
798
Englacial Stress and Velocity Fields: Comparison of Finite-Element Approximations to Exact Solutions
2262Bertha Aguilar ReyesGPGP07 305
345
478
4251
Magnetic Monitoring In Urban Soils From Merida, Yucatan Mexico.
2076Bertha Aguilar ReyesGPGP07 1525
Combined Paleomagnetic And Petromagnetic Study Of Oligocene Dyke Swarms From Tecalitlan Area: Implications For Relative Motion Of Jalisco And Michoacan Blocks
1933Tanveer AhmedAA08 305
345
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4906
Measurement of Black (BC) and Elemental (EC) Carbon by an Optical and a Thermal-optical Method: An Intercomparison
2306Hyein AhnMAMA12 1034
1039
1041
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3665
Preliminary investigation of the nature and origin of the Sierra Mojada Non-sulfide Zn deposits, Coahuila, Mexico
2079George AikenBB10 428
429
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Influences of Glacial and Permafrost Thaw on Dissolved Organic Carbon-14 in the Yukon River Basin
998Ayodeji akingunolaPP05 6005
6008
6009
A comparison of measurements of O2(1delta) airglow from SPICAM instrument on Mars Express with calculations from GM3
2065Ayodeji AkingunolaPP05 5405
5408
5464
A comparison of measurements of O2(1) airglow and ozone from SPICAM instrument on Mars Express with calculations from GM3
1361Tom A. AlIAIA10 1831
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5139
Diffusion Measurements in Low-Permeability Ordovician Sedimentary Rocks From Southern Ontario
1325Tom A. AlIAIA09 1831
1832
5114
5139
Solute Transport in Fractured Porous Media: Methods for Determination of Spatially-Resolved Porosity and Diffusion Coefficient Measurements
456Siyamend Al BaraziGAGA05 1065
5420
Origin of Pseudotachylite Matrix in Target Rock of the Sudbury Impact Structure, Ontario, Inferred From Geochemical Analysis
1538Ghita AlaouiBB03 420
428
452
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Assessment of Various Organic Matter Properties by Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy of Sediments and Filters
660Milagrosa AldanaGPGP07 1517
1540
DSA Analysis of IRM Curves for Hydrocarbon Microseepage Characterization in Oil Fields From Eastern and Western Venezuela
760Mohammad Al-DelamiVV01 8404
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8486
Distal Limits and Composition of a Late Ordovician (Mohawkian) Biotite-Bearing Volcanic ash, Foreland Carbonate Platform (Verulam Formation), Ottawa Embayment: Helping to Define Magmatic Change in Volcanism Following Later Platform Foundering
1322Keith D AldridgeGPGP02 1521
1560
Relative Paleointensity: a Proxy for Fluctuating Fluid Velocity in Earth$^{'}$s Core
1924Claudia J. AlexanderPP01 520
525
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9820
Cassini Data in the PDS: Strategies for Usability
2049Conel M AlexanderGAGA20 1155
3662
6040
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6297
The Making Of Carbonaceous Chondrites: A Tale of Flash Melting, Metamorphism, Hydrothermal Activity And Organic Chemistry
1023Matthew AlexanderHH13 1829
1847
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1894
Evaluating Traditional Hydrogeologic Characterization Approaches in a Highly Heterogeneous Glaciofluvial Aquifer
991Shelton AlexanderHH15 1832
1835
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Shallow Seismic Imaging to Characterize Shallow Groundwater Conditions at Ancient Hierakonpolis in Egypt and Unexpected Discoveries of New Artifacts
176Paul AlexandreGAGA05 1115
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8136
New K-Ar Dating of Impact-Generated Melt From the Carswell Structure (Sasakatchewn, Canada): Evidence for a Mesoproterizoic Impact Event
368Igor I AlexeevPP06 2756
2784
5443
Self-consistent Planetary Dipole and Paraboloidal Model Parameters Fitting by the Mercury's Magnetic Field after MESSENGER's First and Second Flybys
1262Igor I AlexeevSMSM04 2721
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Two magnetospheric response modes to interplanetary shock impacts
1682Christopher K AlgarBB11 404
428
475
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8010
A Mechanistic Model for Bubble Rise in Soft Sediments
1000Arshad AliVV01 1040
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1115
High Precision $^{142}$Nd/$^{144}$Nd and $^{143}$Nd/$^{144}$Nd Isotope Ratio Measurements in Rock Samples
852Genevi\`eve AliHH26 1804
1866
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Shopping for Hydrologically Relevant Connectivity Metrics in Humid Temperate Forested Systems
862Genevi\`eve AliHH27 1009
1806
1829
1860
Source-to-Stream Connectivity Assessment Through End-member Mixing Analysis
673Khawaja Faran AliHH23 1815
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1862
Sediment Yield Modeling in a Large Scale Drainage Basin
1781Saeed AlirezaeiVV12 4870
Laser Combustion Analyses Of Pyrite Grains From Arghash Gold Prospect, Iran
1815Saeed AlirezaeiVV12 4870
Hydrothermal Fluid Evolution During Vein Formation in Arghash Gold Prospect, Northeast Of Iran
1883Saeed AlirezaeiGAGA01 1034
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8135
Hydrothermal Alteration-Mineralization At Chahfiroozeh Porphyry Copper Deposit, Kerman Province, Southern Iran
2021Craig J AllanBB02 414
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Response of Mercury to Forest Management Activities and Extreme Weather Events
887Andrew G AllenAA01 305
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{\bf Local and Regional Influences on Atmospheric Nutrient Deposition in Southeast Brazil}
2510Molly D. AllisonININ05 525
530
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A Geographic Focus of the Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management System
461Bjarne S.G. AlmqvistGPGP04 1518
8012
Tracking the Deformation Along a Shear Zone Using Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility
132Jordan C AlpertININ02 520
525
545
High Availability Applications for NOMADS at the NOAA Web Operations Center Aimed at Providing Reliable Real Time Access to Operational Model Data
1962Josh Emmanuel AlquizaSMSM05 2778
2788
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Determining the ENA Composition From TWINS Flight Data: A Data-Analysis Technique
2554Mohamed H. AlyGG01 1236
1241
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Three-Dimensional Velocity Field of the Yellowstone Deformation from Ascending and Descending ENVISAT Observations
1984Yuri AmelinGAGA12 1100
1115
Non-traditional isotopic dating: Krogh Revolution beyond U-Pb and zircon
1717Ruhul AminOSOS01 4264
4275
Extreme Algal Bloom Detection with MERIS
568Eyal AmitaiHH17 1817
1853
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1855
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Rainfall Intensities of Extreme Precipitation Events
1303Derek R. AmoresBB01 448
463
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Modeling Bacteria Surface Acid-Base Properties: The Overprint Of Biology
2430Valentine AnantharajHH17 1218
1631
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Sensitivity of simulated land surface states to different GPM-proxy precipitation inputs
711Theis Raaschou AndersenHH34 925
935
1828
Mapping and modeling buried tunnel valleys
908Brian J AndersonSASA09 2704
2721
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Displacement and changes in distribution of Birkeland currents during disturbed conditions relative to nominal activity
818Brian J AndersonPP06 2724
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The enigmatic dayside boundary layer at Mercury
797David N AndersonSASA02 2411
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Forecasting Ionospheric Real-time Scintillation Tool (FIRST)
192Greg AndersonMAMA12 1009
3611
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The Mixing Hypothesis and the Origin of MVT Deposits
2237Todd R AndersonHH08 400
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Distributed Denitrification in a Northeastern Agricultural Landscape
1775Heather J. AndresAA01 1626
1650
Surface Climate Effects due to Changing Estimates of Century-Scale Solar Variability
2536Irvine R. AnnesleyGAGA12 1100
Major Advances From U-Pb Geochronology in Determining the Thermotectonic Evolution of the Western Margin of the Trans-Hudson Orogen, Eastern sub-Athabasca Basement, Saskatchewan: Input From Tom Krogh and his Co-workers
2511Faron S AnslowCC01 762
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1621
Downscaling Temperature and Precipitation from NARR Reanalysis for Glacier Modelling
956Sytle AntaoMAMA07 3694
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Network Rigidity in GeSe$_{2}$ Glass at High Pressure
80Ken AnthonyOSOS02 1600
4800
Ocean acidification: a major driver of coral bleaching in the 21st century?
2244Irene AntonenkoPP01 5420
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Inferred Stratigraphy of the Letronne Crater Area, From Fused Lunar Data Sets
2533Sanaa AqilNSNS01 1859
dielectric properties of salt clay mixtures
1393Pordur ArasonVV01 3324
8400
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Measurements of Lightning During the Grimsvotn 2004 Eruption in Iceland
2083Eduardo Araujo-PradereGG05 2400
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Current and Future Real-time Data Requirements for Space Weather Applications
827Benoit ArchambaultAA12 545
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The Canadian seasonal forecast and the APCC exchange.
1160Tim ArgastHH24 1825
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Development of the use of in-situ magnets for detection of bed load movement through magnetic induction.
1302Alicia ArjonaGG03 1294
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Surface Displacements Near The Itoiz Reservoir, Navarra, Spain
466Jafar Arkani-HamedGPGP12 1510
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Tidal Powering of the Core Dynamo of Mars
467Jafar Arkani-HamedPP01 5420
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Polar Wander of Mars: Evidence from Giant Impact Basins
1687Egidio ArmadilloGPGP11 925
5109
New geophysical views of Mt.Melbourne Volcano (East Antarctica)
965Robert N. ArmstrongCGCG15 1812
1818
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Spatial Variability of Actual Evapotranspiration Across the Canadian Prairies During Drought
541Vivek K AroraBB01 428
The uncertainty in 20th century carbon budget due to land use change emissions
1656Cesar ArriagadaGPGP07 1525
8108
The Vallenar Discontinuity and the Maipo Orocline: Regional significance of clockwise vertical-axis rotations in the central Chilean Andes.
1459Matthew ArrottOSOS03 4262
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Cyberinfrastructure for the US Ocean Observatories Initiative: Enabling Interactive Observation in the Ocean
2067Masoud AsadzadehCGCG09 1846
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Hydrologic Model Development and Calibration: Contrasting a Single- and Multi-Objective Approach for Comparing Model Performance
994Peter AshmoreGAGA03 744
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Bed load and Morpho-Dynamics of Gravel-bed Rivers
1726Estella AtekwanaHH15 416
418
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Temporal biogeophysical signatures at hydrocarbon contaminated sites associated with long-term remediation efforts
411Gail M AtkinsonUU01 7212
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Ground Motion Issues for Nuclear Power Plants in Eastern North America
1340Elliot AtlasAA10 300
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Trace gas distributions and correlations observed during START08
546Kodjopa AttohVV01 8400
U-Pb Zircon LA-ICPMS Ages of Granitoids From the Dahomeyide Segment of the Pan-African Trans Saharan Belt
177Katharina AubeleGPGP13 1525
Paleogeographic Reconstructions in the Mediterranean - A Paleomagnetic Study of Jurassic Sediments From Sardinia
726Charles- AubourgGPGP08 1522
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Monitoring the growth of magnetic grains at 95C in immature and early mature claystones
2565Simon AuclairGAGA05 1041
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Evaluating the Stable Isotopic Composition of Impact-Induced Hydrothermal Carbonates at the Haughton Impact Structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada
528Pascal AudetSS02 7203
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Mapping the northern limit of subduction in Cascadia using POLARIS broadband seismic stations
533Pascal AudetTT03 7203
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The seismic signature of high pore-fluid pressure within subducting oceanic crust using receiver functions
715Paul AuerbachTT01 1207
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Global Geodynamic Constraints on the Structure and Dynamic State of the Continental Lower crust
302Lars Eivind AuglandGAGA12 1115
8108
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From Late Ordovician-Silurian arc magmatism to Devonian terrane amalgamation and juxtaposition of Baltican and Laurentian crust: new evidence from Liverpool Land, East Greenland Caledonides
1830Jean-Philippe AvouacUU02 1240
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Influence of fault friction heterogeneities on strain accumulation and release on Megathrust

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