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1183Soraya Abad-MotaININ05 400
430
434
1800
A Data Integration Effort for Environmental and Epidemiological Risk Management: an Example from Latin America
1634Waleed AbdalatiGG03 726
750
776
1827
NASA’s Ice Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite (ICESat): Providing New Insights into the Changing Cryosphere
1966Hiruy AbduNSNS10 1835
1847
1865
1879
1894
Predicting Spatial Distribution of Soil Texture with Electromagnetic Induction Mapping and Terrain Analysis Models in Small Watersheds
206Mangalathayil Ali AbduSASA03 2415
2435
2439
2441
6929
Equatorial Spread F Development/Disruption under Disturbance Electric Fields during Some Recent Intense Magnetic Storms.
1783Jun AbrajanoVV10 454
456
471
Methane-Hydrogen Generation in the Zambales Ophiolite (Philippines) Revisited
1846James B. AbshireGG03 794
1640
1855
5464
5494
Space-based Swath Mapping Laser Altimeter for Cryospheric and Vegetation Mapping
1305José AchacheUU04 599
799
1799
7599
7899
The Group on Earth Observations and the Global Earth Observation System of Systems
610Nicholas AchilleosPP01 2756
6275
Variability of Saturn's Magnetopause: Response to External and Internal Drivers
854Angel A Acosta-ColonNSNS03 1835
1859
5104
5144
Interpretation of the seismic response of a fracture as a function of the scale.
1340Mario H AcunaGPGP03 1517
1541
1595
2756
5440
Future magnetic missions, Potential and Reality
1959Tomoko AdachiGPGP03 1519
5109
Bjurbole meteorite: An inefficient recorder of paleofields less than one micro Tesla
116Aubreya Nicole AdamsSS01 7218
7230
8108
8120
8159
Lithospheric Strength Beneath the Zagros Mountains of Southwestern Iran
1740Russell AdamsHH11 1804
1806
1847
1850
Watershed Scale Monitoring and Modeling of Natural Organic Matter (NOM) Generation and Transport
2055Thomas AdangININ01 9800
Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS): Initial Actions to Enhance Data Sharing to Meet Societal Needs
762THIERRY ADATTEPP02 1050
1051
4944
6022
9610
Multiproxy Approach of the K-T and Chicxulub Ejecta Layers Along the Brazos River, Texas, USA
1300Kelly AddyBB09 470
493
496
1831
Groundwater Nitrate Removal Capacity of Filled Salt Marshes
511Miah M AdelSMSM01 2716
Correct Comparison of Magnetospheric Particle Fluxes
382Bob AdlerHH02 1810
1854
1855
Towards a Quasi-global precipitation-induced Landslide Detection System using Remote Sensing Information
301Robert AdlerAA16 3305
Means, Variations and Trends in the Global Precipitation Record
1745Mark L. AdrianSMSM05 2712
2740
2760
2768
2784
Plasmaspheric drainage plumes: Inner-magnetospheric coupling from the IMAGE/EUV perspective
1549Dusty M AeikerVV01 3615
3651
3656
3660
Deducing the depth of origin of granulite xenoliths from zircon-rutile thermometry: a case study from Tanzania
95Nurit AgamHH07 1814
1818
1840
1843
1855
Aggregation and Disaggregation Techniques Applied on Remotely Sensed Data to Obtain Optimum Resolution for Surface Energy Fluxes Estimation
653Jay J. AgueUU08 3612
3613
3616
3653
3660
Fluids in the Deep Crust and in Subduction Zones: Frontiers for Research
1650Tim AhernININ05 2753
3225
3315
3355
4262
Opening Doors to the Seismic Data Community: IRIS Developments for Seamless Data Access
428Nash'at AhmadAA01 3319
3346
3367
Solution-Adaptive Global Circulation Modeling
1519Samir AhmedAA08 305
Difficulties in the use of passive satellite remote sensing for the estimation of surface level PM2.5
1584Samir AhmedAA08 305
Improving CALIPSO Lidar retrievals of surface level backscatter as a proxy for PM2.5 using MODIS Path reflectance constraints
724Arve AksnesSASA02 350
394
1640
Investigating the Latitudinal Temperature Variation in the Lower Thermosphere Using N2 Lyman-Birge-Hopfield (LBH) Band Emissions From HITS/ARGOS
1090Ramanathan - AlagappanBB04 400
410
414
Nutrients Dynamics in the Tropical Transitional Zone Between the Estuarine /Mangrove Complex and the Cauvery River Basin, SE Coast of India
1867Jay M AlbertSMSM04 2716
2730
2753
2760
2774
Multidimensional Diffusive Acceleration and Loss of Radiation Belt Electrons
365William H AlbrightHH25 1832
1894
Pedogenesis and Final Covers for Waste Containment: Lessons Learned from a Field Study
847Andres AlcoleaHH14 1828
1829
1831
1894
1895
On the Effect of the Small Scale Variability of the Hydraulic Conductivity on Groundwater Flow and Transport Modelling.
1872Jason S AlexanderHH19 1808
1813
1820
1821
1880
Chicken or Egg? Flooplain sedimentation as the precursor or result of tamarisk invasion?
809M Joan AlexanderAA06 341
3334
3337
3384
Using Satellite Observations to Constrain Parameterizations of Gravity Wave Effects for Global Models
397Genevi\`eve AliHH01 1804
1805
1847
1866
Testing the Ability of TOPMODEL to Assess the Spatial Continuity and Connectivity of Soil Moisture Patterns
1201Dale J AllenAA01 322
365
368
Anthropogenic Contribution to North American Pollutant Export During the Summer of 2005
1224Dale J AllenAA01 305
322
345
365
368
The Potential Benefit of Current and Planned Anthropogenic Emission Reductions on Mid-Atlantic United States Air Quality
205Jonathan P AllenNSNS08 400
410
416
418
448
Altered Geophysical Response Reflects Changes in Microbial Community Structure in Petroleum Contaminated Sediments
1070Joel C. AllredSHSH01 7519
A Radiative Hydrodynamic Simulation of the 23 July 2002 Solar Flare
1940Waldenio gambi almeidaININ05 3394
3399
Sharing of Data Products From CPTEC/INPE and New Developments for Data Distribution
1764Mary G. AltaloOSOS04 4262
Ocean Observatories and the Integrated Ocean Observing System, IOOS: Developing the Synergy
63Paul AltonAA13 1616
1637
4901
The Impact of Diffuse Sunlight and Shortwave Dimming on Canopy Light-use Efficiency and net Carbon Exchange in 3 Forest Biomes.
52Gordon Tami AmangabaraHH04 1803
4802
4902
Factors of Stream Instability in Urban Centres of Southern Nigeria: Case Study of Port Harcourt City River Systems.
818Sikiru A. AmiduNSNS07 486
1835
1865
1875
5139
Hydrogeophysical Characterization of a Texas Expansive Heavy Clay Soil (Vertisol) Using Electrical Resistivity Measurements
551Eyal AmitaiHH03 1840
1853
1854
1855
Determining Uncertainties in Ground and Space Radar Rainfall Estimates: Challenges \& Opportunities
856Marios AnagnostouHH03 1840
1853
1854
1855
Experimental Investigation of X-band Polarimetric Algorithms for Attenuation Correction and the Retrieval of Raindrop Size Distribution
31Sudarshana AnandAA01 345
{\bf Uptake of Elements From Aerosols by Humans $\sim$ A Case Study From Delhi \& Bangalore Cities}
1854Alfred T AndersonVV01 8439
The Significance of Melt Inclusions for Bubbles in Magmas
284Bruce T. AndersonAA07 1610
3305
3337
3339
Tropospheric Temperature Changes and Their Relation to Increasing Greenhouse Gases and Sea Surface Temperatures: Can we Find a Distinguishing “Fingerprint” for Either in the Observational Record?
278Bruce T. AndersonAA03 1836
1854
3305
3355
Large-scale Circulation Variations and Their Role in Altering the Summertime Atmospheric Hydrologic Cycle Over the Southwestern US
476Charles D. AndersonVV06 1042
1094
3694
3954
9820
Novel Visualization Approaches in Environmental Mineralogy
1287christopher j andersonHH13 1816
1854
3245
Examination of high-resolution NWP model QPF and PQPF for the American River Basin from time-lagged and multiple model ensembles during HMT-WEST 2006
799Christopher J AndersonAA12 1637
3310
3314
3355
Tests of a Revised Cumulus Parameterization and Horizontal Resolution in a Regional Climate Model
1229Dale N AndersonSS02 7200
7219
A Lower Bound on the Standard Error of an Amplitude-based Regional Discriminant
714Martha C AndersonHH07 1812
1818
1855
1866
Mapping Evaporative Stress at Continental Scales Using GOES Thermal Imagery
1936Robert C AndersonININ02 6225
6297
Opportunistic Rover Science with the OASIS system
1165Robert S. AndersonHH21 1815
1824
1826
1847
1886
Modeling Chemical Weathering Rates at the Bedrock-regolith Interface
686Syam Sundar P AndraBB01 418
432
461
A Greenhouse Study on Lead Uptake and Antioxidant Enzyme Activities in Vetiver Grass ({\it Vetiveria zizanioides}) as a Function of Lead Concentration and Soil Physico-Chemical Properties
76Meinrat O. AndreaeHH04 305
320
345
1854
Size Matters Most - The Role of Particle Size vs. Chemical Composition in Controlling CCN Activity of Marine, Continental, and Smoke Aerosols
341John T AndrewsOSOS05 1616
4243
4901
4924
In search of Holocene high-resolution IRD signals from the margins of Labrador, East Greenland, and Iceland: is there a pervasive signal?
638Constantin AndronacheAA01 300
305
320
365
Ultrafine Particle Scavenging by Rainfall at a Boreal Site: Observations and Model Estimations
622Constantin AndronacheAA01 321
3311
3314
3364
Understanding the Mechanisms and Effects of ice Nucleation in Tropical Cyclones
723Ross J AngelMM02 3909
3919
3924
Predicting the Elastic Moduli of Perovskites in the Earth's Mantle
1681Vassilis AngelopoulosSMSM01 2744
2764
2788
2790
A preview of THEMIS-like alignments using Cluster and Polar.
462Iqbal Ahmad AnsariSMSM01 1739
2149
2730
2752
2784
Statistical Study of Low Latitude Pc3 Geomagnetic Pulsations: Diurnal and Seasonal Characteristics
1182Ricardo D. Ar\'{e}valoVV05 1015
1025
1032
1033
1065
W in the BSE, DM, CC and Core
1131Stacey A ArchfieldHH15 1830
1857
1880
1884
The Effect of Ground Water on Estimates of Reservoir Firm Yield
299Steven A ArconeNSNS06 1823
5109
5194
6964
Quarter Wave Resonances Between Targets and Stratigraphic Interfaces Within GPR Profiles of Shallow Frozen Lakes
746Matt ArgallSMSM01 2740
2794
Studies of magnetospheric imaging with radio tomography
2007John T ArmstrongMBMB02 1029
3620
3625
3954
Three-Dimensional Quantitative Electron Microprobe Analysis of Geological and Planetary Materials: The Multi-Beam Energy Approach
1135John G. ArnasonMM04 345
1040
Identification of Reprocessed Depleted Uranium in Contaminated Sediments From Cs-137 Activity Measurements
1816J. R. ArnoldAA08 305
312
317
345
3355
Transformation and Fate of Atmospheric Nitrogen in the Presence of Sea Salt: Results From Applications of CMAQ-UCD for the BRACE 2002 Field Intensive in Tampa, Florida
1617Christopher S. ArridgePP01 2724
2736
2740
2764
6275
The Configuration of Saturn's Magnetosphere as Observed by the Cassini Magnetometer
1895Guleid ArtanHH02 1719
1816
1840
1855
Utility of Satellite Derived Rainfall Data for Flood Risk Monitoring
396Irina M ArtemievaVV03 7218
8103
8125
8130
9619
The growth and preservation rate of the continental lithosphere: constraints from a global thermal model
931Kwabena O. AsanteHH02 1817
1821
1854
1855
Mapping Severe Flood Events With NASA TRMM and SRTM Data
1573Mohammad Forman AsgharzadehGPGP01 1517
1541
Spherical Earth Analysis of SWARM Magnetic Anomalies
1923Maha Ashour-AbdallaSMSM03 2706
2724
2744
2748
2764
Large-scale modeling of ionospheric ion beams observed by Cluster in the auroral region
1350Estella AtekwanaNSNS01 9800
Biogeophysics: A New Frontier for the Geophysical Community
1346Kodjopa AttohSS03 905
7205
9305
Deep Seismic Reflection Profiling in Africa
1426Anthony K AufdenkampeBB08 428
480
1615
1825
5419
ENSO-Orchestrated Carbon Sequestration in Andean-Amazon River Basins by Erosion-Sedimentation Processes
1980Matthew S AufmanHH08 1866
1875
Evaluating Electromagnetic Induction Techniques for Predicting Soil Moisture in Loamy Soils
1452Sonja AulbachVV05 1025
1038
1040
1041
Modification of On- and Off-Craton Mantle Lithosphere Beneath the East African Rift, Tanzania
221John AustinAA06 340
341
350
On the relationship between the strength of the Brewer-Dobson circulation and the age of stratospheric air
2044Roni AvissarUU01 1833
1854
3319
3322
3355
A multiscale analysis of urban development on hydroclimatological processes
2046Roni AvissarAA07 1616
1620
1854
3339
The Impacts of the Luni-Solar and Arctic Oscillations on the Interdecadal Rainfall and Current Drought in the Amazon Basin
1485Tristan AzbejUU11 1034
1043
3630
3694
8494
In Situ Quantitative Analysis of Individual H$_{2}$O-CO$_{2}$ Fluid Inclusions by Laser Raman Spectroscopy
242Irfan AzeemSASA02 310
342
1610
2479
7536
Long Term Trend and 11-Year Cyclic Variations in Mesopause Temperature Data Observed by Michelson Interferometers at Arctic and Antarctic Sites
604Dolgorsuren AzzayaAA04 365
Investigations of small gaseous impurities in the desert Gobi

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950C R BaconUU11 1120
1194
3618
8440
8488
Ion Microprobe U-Th Ages of Zircon From Plutonic Rock Fragments Ejected by Mount Veniaminof Volcano, Alaska Peninsula
903Fran BagenalSMSM01 2740
2756
2760
5737
Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling at Jupiter
1945Jing BaiHH11 1831
1832
1865
Uranium Adsorption to A Hanford Sediment Sample: Effects of Suspended Particle Concentration at High pH
956Liping BaiVV01 1039
4475
8428
8430
8445
Experimental Study of Bubble Growth in Stromboli Basalt Melts at 370 MPa and 1 Atmosphere
1267Scott M BaileySASA06 305
321
340
3334
Hemispheric Differences in the Properties of Polar Mesospheric Clouds as Observed by SNOE: Evidence of Hemispheric Differences in Mesospheric Temperature and Temperature Variability
1122Daniel J BainBB07 483
489
493
1825
1834
Metals in Baltimore Riparian Sediments: Chemical Legacies in Urban Streams
1622Ralph W. BairdUU04 394
399
599
799
999
International Geophysical Year – the Next 50 Years
1908W Troy BaisdenBB03 428
793
1615
1625
Soil C recovery on eroded land: progress towards representing erosion processes in UNFCC reporting
228D. N. BakerUU04 525
530
6344
9820
Free and open exchange of data: The legacy of IGY and the goal of eGY
1570Doran J BakerSAA01 310
Equatorial Enhancement of the OH Mesospheric Infrared Airglow
1391Joseph B. H. BakerSASA03 2407
2443
2463
2494
Patterns of Mid-Latitude Ionospheric Convection Based on Measurements From the Wallops Island HF Radar
1921Matthew E BakerHH18 414
483
496
1819
1879
Effects of Stream Map Resolution on Measures of Riparian Buffer Distribution and Nutrient Retention Potential
1399Ross E. BakerDIDI02 1507
1510
1521
1560
3215
Evidence for a Rotationally Driven Geodynamo From Laboratory Experiments and Measurements of Relative Paleointensity
1032Kandiah BalachandranNSNS03 935
3025
7294
Influence of Fluids on Compressional to Shear Wave Conversion in Reservoir Rocks
645Etienne BalanMM03 3620
3934
First-principles modeling of the infrared spectrum of hydrous fine-grained minerals.
669Etienne BalanVV06 1042
3929
3934
5415
Rate of kaolinite transformation in lateritic soils of the middle Amazon basin
810Brett R. BaldwinHH25 404
418
424
448
1831
Multilevel Samplers to Assess Microbial Community Response to Biostimulation
1320Julia A BaldwinUU02 3611
3612
3625
3652
3660
Reaction Texture Development in Granulites: A Chemical Potential Approach
1018Sanford BallardSS02 7219
Uncertainty of Fixed Depth Seismic Event Locations
1588Christina BandaragodaHH24 1804
1860
1865
1872
1874
Examination of the Relationship Between Plot Scale Soil Properties and Catchment Scale Streamflow Recession Properties
1255Raul A BaragiolaPP03 2732
5210
6280
7831
Enceladus: A Possible Source of Nitrogen and an Explanation for the Plume Observed by Cassini
1579Suleiman M BarakaSMSM01 2724
2730
2731
2764
2784
SENSITIVITY OF THE EARTH MAGNETOSPHERE TO THE SOLAR WIND ACTIVITY: 3D MACROPARTICLE MODEL
1748Mathew BarlowAA10 1821
3305
3309
3354
3374
The Summertime Influence of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on Daily Precipitation over Mexico and Central America and the Potential for Subseasonal Forecasting
1240Penny BartonOSOS02 900
935
994
3000
3025
Balancing Mitigation Against Impact: A Case Study From the 2005 Chicxulub Seismic Survey
407William A BassettUU08 3616
3924
Hydrothermal Diamond Anvil Cell (HDAC): From Visual Observation to X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
808Tim BastianSHSH03 7500
7513
7534
7800
Coronal Mass Ejections and their Associated Radio Emissions
1705Timothy S. BastianSHSH03 7534
7594
7974
The FASR Reference Instrument
1645Ian D BastowSS03 7205
7245
8109
8150
8180
Continental break-up in Ethiopia: results from the EAGLE experiment
1811Ian D BastowTT02 7203
7205
7208
7218
8110
The Sierra Nevada EarthScope Project: Preliminary Broadband Seismological Observations and Results
919Ian D BastowSS01 7203
7208
7218
8110
8199
Lithospheric deformation inferred from teleseismic shear wave splitting observations in the Scottish Highlands
1767Bamandas BasuSASA01 2415
2419
2437
2447
Theoretical Model of Electron Density Distribution at Low Latitudes: Validation With GUVI Data
843Sunanda BasuSASA03 2411
2415
2437
2439
Comparison of the Equatorial Anomaly Development Mapped by TIMED/GUVI and Occurrence of Scintillations at low Latitudes
177Susan C BatesOSOS01 4215
4231
4255
4504
Tropical Atlantic Variability
1403James M BauerPP01 6260
HST observations of Triton: Evidence of a changing surface.
1342Gerd BaumgartenSASA06 305
320
340
High resolved properties of noctilucent clouds derived from a multi-annual data set above ALOMAR
1094Andreas BeckerSS02 7203
7218
7219
7255
7270
Enhanced global Radionuclide Source Attribution for the Nuclear-Test-Ban Verification by means of the Adjoint Ensemble Dispersion Modeling Technique applied at the IDC/CTBTO.
711Emily J. BeckerAA03 1833
1878
3329
The Diurnal Cycle Over the Core North American Monsoon During the NAME 2004 Field Campaign
1469Stephen P. BeckerUU08 1034
1036
1043
3630
3665
Do Fluid Inclusions That Homogenize by Halite Disappearance Indicate a High Pressure of Formation?
1259Tim BeechieHH19 1813
1820
1825
1830
1856
Channel Pattern and the Dynamics of River-floodplain Ecosystems
1130Mickael BehaegelNSNS07 1835
1866
5134
Short-period Changes of soil Thermal Parameters Determined from Subsurface Temperature data
1432A. BekkerUU06 1051
Redox State of the Deep Ocean During the 2.22-2.1 Ga Carbon Isotope Excursion
1543Harvey E BelkinVV01 370
3620
3640
8404
8430
Chlorine-Bearing Phases in the Campanian Ignimbrite, Italy
1275Jared M BellUSA01 300
343
545
5210
5405
Updated Results from the Michigan Titan Thermospheric General Circulation Model (TTGCM)
718Thomas L BellHH04 345
1637
1854
3305
3360
The ``Weekend Effect'' in Summertime U.S.\ Rainfall: Evidence for Midweek Intensification of Storms by Pollution
542Alexei A. BelochitskiAA14 320
Relationship Between $m$-Mode Gamma Type Cloud Drop Size Distributions and Their Integral Moments.
1824Kenneth T BeltBB09 428
439
483
493
1813
Transport and Breakdown of Organic Matter in Urban and Forested Streams: The Effects of Altered Hydrology and Landscape Position
914Deborah R. BelvedereHH01 1899
WaterNet: The NASA Water Cycle Solutions Network
1807Katherine J. BenderEDED03 700
736
738
805
830
The History of Winter and the Global Snowflake Network, Engaging Teachers and Students in Science Field Research in Snow and Ice
862Mira A BendevisBB01 414
428
439
Environmental and canopy control of leaf level gas exchange of two evergreen tree species in a semiarid rangeland.
1835T. M. Bull BennettEDED07 498
NativeView: Our Land, Our People, Our Future
1533Margaret H. BenoitSS01 7203
7208
8104
8120
The Upper Mantle discontinuity structure beneath Eastern Turkey
349Craig H BensonHH25 1832
1894
Monitoring Final Cover Performance - Findings from a Nationwide Study
909Robert F BensonSMSM01 2776
2784
2788
6939
6984
RPI/IMAGE Plasma and Magnetic Signatures of Solar-Wind/Magnetosphere Interactions
995Laurence R BentleyNSNS06 1831
1835
Accounting for Variable Environmental Conditions in Time-Lapse Electrical Resistivity Images
594Ernesto Hugo BerberyAA12 1620
1631
1655
1833
1847
How does Preceding Soil Moisture Influence the Onset of the South American Monsoon?
694Uwe BergerSASA06 340
341
Weather in Mesospheric Ice Layers
1537Timothy BerkoffAA08 305
394
3311
3360
Initial Results Using a Depolarization and Backscatter Unattended Lidar (DABUL2) System Operating at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
817Luis E BermudezININ03 3099
4262
4299
9820
An Ontology for Marine Observables
1788Ernest S BerneyHH23 1815
1821
1822
1865
5112
Piping Resistance: A Soil Mechanics Perspective
1661Emily BernhardtHH18 400
439
469
493
Propagation and dissipation of watershed biogeochemical signals in stream networks
1608Paul A. BernhardtSASA04 2437
2439
Modeling of Neutral Turbulence Driven by Large Amplitude Wind Shears to Form Sporadic-E Layer Structures
238Max BernsteinPP03 3934
6020
6218
6224
6280
IR spectroscopy and real and imaginary indicies of ice mixtures of relevance to the outer Solar System
1286David H BerriosININ01 530
2199
2799
7999
3D Visualization of Space Weather Model Output at the Community Coordinated Modeling Center
2059Jesus BerrocalUU05 7200
Results from deep seismic refraction experiments and teleseismic broadband studies carried out in Central Brazil, and future geotectonic studies in North-Eastern Brazil
1475Jean-Jacques BerthelierSASA03 2415
2439
2471
2494
7974
DEMETER Observations of the Low Latitude Ionosphere During Magnetic Storms: New Insight Into Equatorial Plasma Depletions
650Riccardo BertiSHSH01 2134
2784
IMF Polarities Inferred From Combined Observations of the Geomagnetic Field, Near the North and South Poles
514Naoki BesshoSMSM01 2772
7867
PIC Simulations of the Generation of Striated AKR
747Srinivas V BettadpurGG05 1217
1240
1241
1294
GRACE Mission And Data Re-Processing Status
457Alan K BettsAA03 1836
1840
3307
3310
3322
Coupling of regional water vapor convergence, clouds and land-surface processes
1085Andreas BeyerOSOS02 3045
3094
9335
Reducing Sound Impact From Multibeam Bathymetry
75Maya P. BhattBB01 0
400
9800
Spatial Variability in Major Solutes within the Rio Icacos Watershed of the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico
1166A. BhattacharjeeSMSM03 7835
Dynamics of Thin Current Sheets in the Magnetotail and the Magnetopause: Structure and Stability
1516Joydeep BhattacharyyaSS02 7203
7218
7219
7255
7270
Waveform Modeling of Infrasound Source and Propagation: Analysis of Selected Ground Truth Events
811Huisheng BianAA01 305
345
4801
4906
Comparisons of global aerosol simulations from GOCART and GMI-UMich
1619Jill BieriEDED03 4235
Interaction of Students and Scientists in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Education and Training and Emerging Scientist Programs
1425Dario BilardelloGPGP01 1518
1525
1527
1540
A rock magnetism study of the Shepody Fm. from the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Better constrained inclination corrections and timing of characteristic remanence acquisition in red beds.
792Dieter BilitzaSASA02 2400
2443
2447
2467
2481
International Reference Ionosphere - 2006
613Abdulaziz Bin FayezSS01 7200
7209
7230
7250
7299
New Faults Map study for Central Part of Saudi Arabia ý
1294Rajat BindlishHH05 1800
1836
1843
1855
1866
PSR based soil moisture estimates in high vegetation and topographic domain
1673Francis S. BinkowskiAA01 305
345
365
Application and Evaluation of a new On-line Photolysis Modeule for the Community MUltiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) MOdeling System
2041Ronald J. BirkININ01 9820
Global Earth Observation System of Systems: Characterizing Uncertainties of Space-based Measurements and Earth System Models Informing Decision Tools
666Joachim BirnSMSM01 2723
2753
7526
7835
The Reconnection Rate in Driven Reconnection
1112Ileana Blad\'{e}AA15 3305
3319
3337
3339
The Impact of Tropical and Global Ocean/Atmosphere Coupling on Variability and Predictability Related to ENSO: Sensitivity to Convection in the Tropical Northwest Pacific.
2006Ruth BlakeOSOS01 424
448
1030
4800
4845
Equilibrium oxygen isotope behavior of sulfate in marine sediments: A new paradigm
1969Ruth BlakeVV09 1041
5200
5225
Distinguishing Biotic from Abiotic Phosphate Oxygen Isotopic Signatures
1587Paul J BlockAA17 1816
1833
1854
3322
3339
Interannual Variability and Ensemble Forecast of Upper Blue Nile Basin Kiremt Season Precipitation
394Gunter BloschlNSNS04 1894
4475
5100
Effects of scale and spatial process organisation in hydrogeology
253Fred BoaduNSNS09 5109
5114
5139
Electrical Response measurements and models of Sand-clay mixtures under stress.
1343Scott A BoardsenSMSM05 2730
2760
2768
2772
Is the Linear Mode Conversion Theory viable for generating Kilometric Continuum?
1986Samuel BoatengHH11 1803
1806
1834
1871
1879
The Effect of Landuse and Other External Factors on Water Quality Within two Creeks in Northern Kentucky
777Robert J. BodnarUU08 1836
3025
3060
3616
8413
Earth: The Water Planet
1326Michael J. BodnerAA03 1616
1655
1833
1878
Investigative Results of Positive Anomalies of Precipitable Water and Moisture Flux to Diagnose Heat Episodes over the Central U.S.
606Frank Dieter BoernerNSNS09 1830
1831
1835
5114
Combined Geoelectrical and Georadar Measurement for State Characterization of porous Rock
165Michael BogerHH08 1838
1847
1866
1873
1875
APPLICATION OF THE POWER SERIES METHOD TO TWO-DIMENSIONAL WICK SAMPLE MEASUREMENTS
160Michael BogerHH14 1824
1829
1831
1832
1838
Evaluation of the pressure loss and the shape of the air-water interfaces in confined and leaky aquifers during injection of compressed air through a single defensive well
844Lenaye BolanosHH11 414
432
Redox Characteristics, Sequestration, and Concentration of Uranium in a Holocene Peat bog
979John W BonnellSMSM01 2740
2744
2760
2790
Flow Structures Associated with a Near-Earth Substorm Onset Observed During a Radial Conjunction between Polar and Cluster
1184Jessie BonnerSS02 7219
Energy Partitioning of Seismic Phases: Current Datasets and Techniques Aimed at Improving the Future of Event Identification
1836Kathleen BoomerHH11 439
496
1813
1829
1890
Short-Term Weather Effects on Hydrochemical Patterns across Two Fen Wetlands
1699Kathleen B. BoomerHH18 1804
1819
1847
1862
1879
Assessment of Modeling Tools for TMDL Development
1563Olaf BorkiewiczVV06 1042
3954
In-situ time resolved studies of apatite formation pathways – implications for biological and environmental systems
1875Kirk D. BorneININ01 525
599
7599
9800
9820
A Paradigm for Space Science Informatics
752Joseph E BorovskySMSM05 2730
2768
2784
2788
What Does Plasmaspheric Plasma Do to the Magnetosphere?
1722Christopher P BorstadNSNS02 742
1817
1863
Dynamic Modeling of Speed Profiles of Extreme Dry Snow Avalanches
199Michael BosilovichAA01 1616
1622
1655
1840
3309
NASA’s Modern Era Retrospective-analysis for Research and Applications (MERRA)
295Michael BosilovichAA03 1616
1626
1818
1836
1843
Moisture transport and precipitation recycling variations in large scale basins
402Fateh BouchaalaSS01 3285
Reflection and Transmission of Viscoelastic Waves
807Jean-Louis BougeretSHSH03 7500
7513
7534
7594
7800
The S/WAVES Instrument for the STEREO Mission
1197Claire BouligandDIDI02 1513
1517
1521
1522
Geomagnetic intensity fluctuations between 83 and 40 Ma inferred from sea-surface magnetic anomaly profiles
935James E. BoulterSASA06 340
342
3311
Laboratory Investigations of Mesospheric Ice Surfaces: Absence of Dangling Bonds in the Presence of Atomic Oxygen
1751Lahouari BounouaAA13 426
Urban land transformation and net primary productivity in the United States
1114Jean-Paul BoyGG04 1211
1217
1223
Surface displacements and gravity changes due to high frequency atmospheric and non-tidal ocean loadings
1117Jean-Paul BoyGG05 1217
1240
1241
High frequency gravity field variations and aliasing effects on GRACE recovered gravity field
372Jeremy W BoyceUU11 1040
1100
1115
1140
Advances and Challenges in Laser Microprobe (U-Th)/He Chronometry
696Maud BoyetVV05 1009
1025
1040
5405
Evidence for Early Differentiation of Earth’s Mantle from $^{146}$Sm-$^{142}$Nd systematics
1884T. Matthew BoyingtonHH20 1821
1847
1869
A Simple Model for Estimating the Exceedance Volume of Streams
1099Aynur Emine BozogluHH03 1800
1854
Multisensor rainfall estimation with combining Morphing and the Histogram Matching techniques.
181Allen BradleyAA17 1833
1860
3305
3394
6309
Interpretation of Summary Verification Measures for Ensemble Forecasts
1421Eric Todd BradleyPP01 6235
6250
6297
Spectroscopic Observations of the Lunar Surface From the MESSENGER Mercury Atmospheric and Surface Composition Spectrometer (MASCS)
50Ana Claudia F. M. BragaAA17 1610
1620
3309
3319
A Computational-Grid for Collaboratively Coupling Atmospheric, Hydrological and Water Management Models\\
444G. Robert BrakenridgeHH02 1817
1820
1821
1855
Satellite Microwave Detection and Measurement of River Floods
1192john E BrandenburgPP01 1040
1115
1160
Evidence for a Large Natural Nuclear Reactor in Mars Past
1159Pontus C. BrandtSMSM05 2712
2730
2736
2778
2788
How Does the Ring Current and the Inner Magnetospheric Electric Fields Control Each Other?
1151Pontus C. BrandtSASA05 2720
2730
2778
2784
2788
How Different are the Ring Current Compositions and Strengths of the 20 November, 2003 and the 24 August, 2005 Geomagnetic Storms?
1140D H BrautigamSMSM01 2720
2774
2788
Modeling the Outer Zone Electrons During the July and November 2004 Storms
415RIchard A BrazierSS03 7203
7208
7230
Uppermost Mantle P Wave Velocity Tomography Beneath the Main Ethiopian Rift, and across Ethiopia, East Africa.
1351Monika BreitzkeOSOS02 900
935
994
3025
4259
Broadband Sound Pressure Field Characteristics of Marine Seismic Sources Used by R/V {\it Polarstern}
1503Sarah C. D. BridenBB06 428
439
466
4806
Effects of Disturbance on the Terrestrial Carbon Budget of a Central Appalachian Forest
1291Anthony J BroccoliPPPP02 1620
3205
4904
Some Perspectives on the Reconstruction of Past ITCZ Variations from Paleoclimate Data
1083Boyan BrodaricININ03 525
Types of Concepts in Geoscience Ontologies
1239John P BrodholtMM03 3620
3621
3909
3919
3924
Ab Initio Calculations on Spin Transitions in Perovskite
569David BrooksEDED03 426
805
845
850
The GLOBE/Madagascar Malaria Project: Creating Student/Educator/Scientist Partnerships With Regional Impact
84Scott C BrooksHH25 1009
1832
1894
1895
Permeable Environmental Leaching Capsules (PELCAPs) for In Situ Evaluation of Contaminant Immobilization in Soil
1952John E BrownHH07 1805
1836
1847
1854
1876
Generating River Discharge Estimates for the Bay of Bengal using NASA’s Land Information System
1313Larry D BrownTT04 905
935
1219
8110
Sutures, Sinkers, Shear zones and Sills: Cryptic Targets and Explicit Strategies for EARTHSCOPE FlexArray in the East
1538Michael BrownUU05 1115
3651
3656
3660
8102
Tectonic Implications of Ultrahigh-Temperature and High-Pressure Granulite Metamorphism in the Neoproterozoic Brasiliano Belts of SE Brazil
201Molly E BrownAA13 429
1605
1616
1637
The Sensitivity of Food Prices to Climate Dynamics in the Informal Markets of Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger
150Molly E. BrownAA16 315
1622
1631
3322
Using Neural Nets to Derive Sensor-Independent Climate Quality Vegetation Data based on AVHRR, SPOT-Vegetation, SeaWiFS and MODIS
1814Eric Brown de ColstounEDED03 439
480
815
830
Bridging the GAPS from Space: A Research/Educational Partnership in the Upper Delaware River Basin
1120Lisa F. BruckEDED03 805
820
825
850
Using Authentic Data in High School Earth System Science Research - Inspiring Future Scientists
640Grace S BrushUU01 493
The Significance of History in Understanding Urban Environments
726Scott A BudzienSASA01 310
2400
2494
Tiny Ionospheric Photometer Science Program and Mission Operations on COSMIC
1067Bonnie J. BurattiPP01 6260
6261
Discovery of a Remarkable Opposition Surge on Triton
1847Matthew H BurgerPP01 2151
2732
2756
6033
6280
Modeling Saturn's Neutral Water Torus
107Stephen J. BurgesUU01 9800
Hydrologic Impacts of Urbanization and a Mitigation Example From the Pacific North West
1115Alain BurgisserVV08 8410
8425
8428
8430
8439
Redox Evolution of a Degassing Magma Rising to the Surface and its Effects on Eruptive Dynamics
200Leonard BurlagaSHSH02 2126
2149
7524
Magnetic holes, magnetic humps, and magnetic trains in the heliosheath
129Leonard BurlagaSHSH02 2126
2149
7524
Multifractal structure of magnetic fields in the heliosheath
916Robert C. BurrussUU08 1041
1051
1055
Stable Isotopic Constraints on Abiogenic Hydrocarbon gas Contributions to Thermogenic Natural gas Resources in the Northern Appalachian Basin, USA
1371Jason B. BurtMM03 3620
3934
3994
The Incorporation of Hydrogen Atoms in the Al$_{2}$SiO&_{5}$ Polymorphs: A Combined Infrared and Theoretical Study
277Benjamin P BurtonMM03 3939
Excess Vibrational Entropy in Solid Solutions
113Joseph T BusheyBB09 414
439
478
489
493
Mercury Cycling and Transport within Gwynns Falls, an Urban Watershed in Baltimore, MD
1057Robert ButlerEDED05 805
825
830
Transfer of New Earth Science Understandings to Classroom Teaching: Lessons Learned From Teachers on the Leading Edge

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254Alexandre CaboussatAA02 300
305
340
1610
3367
Modeling of Organic Effects on Aerosols Growth
336Nathalie A. CabrolININ02 430
5225
5464
6225
Robotic Astrobiology: Searching for Life with Rovers
837Ming CaiAA10 1620
3305
3319
3362
3364
40-70 Day Meridional Propagation of Global Circulation Anomalies
1302Georges CalasMM04 3617
3620
3929
3934
Radiation Damage in Minerals: From Point Defects to Amorphization. Mineralogical and Environmental Consequences
1565Jonathan CallahanININ01 525
530
Remote data access, analysis and visualization with the Live Access Server
1583Jonathan CallahanOSOS04 525
530
Integrating multiple data types into a useful whole with the Live Access Server
1466David C. CalvoSS02 545
560
4259
7219
7290
Simulation of Seismic to Hydroacoustic Conversion in the Presence of Bathymetric Escarpments
508Manuel CalvoGPGP01 1520
1540
New Paleomagnetic data from the Dmanissi Paleoanthropological Site (Georgia, Caucasus)
1383Andrew J CampbellUU11 1028
1094
3662
Analysis of Trace Siderophile Elements at High Spatial Resolution Using Laser Ablation ICP-MS
1973Ronald L. CampbellEDED07 399
810
1855
Population Growth and Sprawl on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota
1864Claudia M. CampetellaININ05 3364
Real Time Data in Synoptic Meteolorolgy and Weather Forecasting Education
758Kimberly CamponelliBB09 409
461
493
496
Transportation and Bioavailability of Copper and Zinc in a Storm Water Retention Pond
395Hilary V. CaneSHSH04 7513
7514
7519
Evidence for a Single Interplanetary Electron Population in Solar Flare Events
1473Claudia CannatelliUV01 1043
1065
8428
8430
Was the Magma Associated With the Fondo Riccio Eruption at Campi Flegrei (Italy) Enriched in Volatiles Compared to the Minopoli 1 Eruption? Evidence From Melt Inclusions
750Changyong CaoBB05 394
480
Characterization of the Taklimakan Desert using In-Situ and Spaceborne Hyperspectral Measurements for Improving the Operational Calibration of the AVHRR VIS/NIR Channels
96Degui CaoOSOS04 4544
Statistical Intercomparison of Significant Wave Height from Envisat, Jason-1 and GFO
1957William J CapehartAA12 1620
1833
1890
3322
3337
Regional Wetland Impacts on Northern Great Plains Climate
876Paul D CapelHH06 496
1804
1830
1831
Holistic Watershed-Scale Approach for Studying Agricultural Chemicals
798Lucia CapraVV01 3618
8428
The 21,700 yr b.p. Lower Toluca Pumice Plinian Eruption of Nevado de Toluca Volcano (Mexico): Evidences of Magma Mixing Process as Triggering Mechanism.
1917Claudia C CarabajalGG05 1217
1223
1225
1240
1295
ICESat observations of hydrological parameters along the Yangtze River and Three-Gorges Reservoir.
1610Razvan CaracasMM03 3620
3672
3924
3934
3999
Theoretical determination of the Raman spectra of MgSiO$_3$ under pressure
647James CarbarySASA06 305
3332
3334
Application of SuperDARN Radars to Monitor PMSE Activity During the AIM Mission
263David CarlsonUU04 700
1621
1707
9310
9315
An Overview of the Upcoming International Polar Year
1556Deborah K CarlsonSS02 7200
7219
Utilizing Prior Information for Depth to Improve Seismic Event Discrimination
667Richard W CarlsonUU12 1009
1025
1040
5405
Composition of Earth’s Interior: A New View
1696Robert W. CarlsonPP03 424
6020
6060
6221
Astrobiological Aspects of Radiation Chemistry in Europa's Icy Regolith
999Paul CarpenterMBMB02 1009
1026
1065
1094
6250
Development of Standardized Lunar Regolith Simulant Materials
1523Philip J. CarpenterNSNS01 994
1830
1835
1838
5109
Geophysical Identification of Filled Sinkholes and Buried Fractures in Glaciated Karst
1954Angel CarranchoGPGP04 1503
1522
1540
A Magnetic Mineral Approach To Holocene Cave Fires And Its Suitability For Archaeomagnetic Dating.
672Margaret M. CarreiroBB09 470
493
Atmospheric Inputs and Internal Cycling of Nitrogen in Forests Along Urban-Rural Gradients in two Cities
996Jesus CarreraHH17 1831
1832
1849
On the Evaluation of Mixing Ratios and Their Use to Quantify Reaction Rates
773Whitney CarrollBB09 409
461
478
489
493
Tires, Worms and Weathering: Investigating the Role of Earthworm Processes in Urban Soils Receiving Roadway Derived Contaminants
416George R. CarruthersSMSM06 2194
2794
7800
7894
Small Satellite Space Mission Instruments for Far Ultraviolet Measurements of the Effects of Solar Activity on Earth's Upper Atmosphere
646IGNASI CASASMM04 545
1009
1042
3610
3900
Theoretical Study of the Interaction of H$_{2}$ Onto the UO$_{2}$ Surface
1419Paul A CassakSHSH01 7509
7519
7526
Spontaneous Catastrophic Onset of Fast Magnetic Reconnection and Solar Flares
241Timothy A CassidyPP01 5405
5421
5470
Europa's Oxygen Atmosphere: Effects due to Regolith Porosity and Composition
1916Rebecca CastanoININ02 6225
6297
Detection of Dynamic Features Onboard Mars Rovers
985Julie C CastilloPP01 3619
5430
5460
6280
8429
Tidal Dissipation in Basalt Magma Chambers – Implications for Io’s Loki Patera and Icy Satellite Cores
203Jeffrey G CatalanoVV06 409
461
3620
3694
4866
Simultaneous Inner- and Outer-Sphere As(V) Adsorption on Iron and Aluminum Oxide Surfaces
1791Michael CathcartNSNS05 649
933
994
999
Optical Sensing and Shallow Tunnel Detection
674Lucy M. L. CattNSNS09 545
925
1835
Using Resistivity Cone Penetrometry (RCPT) to Constrain 2D and 2.5D Inversion of Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) Field Data
1880Nancy CavallaroHH15 1871
1879
1880
6349
6620
Watersheds and Water Policy Funding From USDA-CSREES: Vision, Outlook, and Priorities
842Alessandro Paolo CerrutiSHSH01 7534
7594
7934
7974
7999
Direct Observations of GPS L1 Signal-to-Noise Degradation due to Solar Radio Bursts
1058Nancy L ChabotVV05 1015
1025
1038
1060
Modeling the Behavior of Sulfur During Terrestrial Core Formation
1060Nancy L ChabotVV08 1015
1025
1038
1060
Metal-Silicate Experiments on the Behavior of Sulfur During Terrestrial Core Formation
865Jung-Hyo ChaeAA06 325
340
3309
3334
3374
The Annual Temperature Cycle of the Tropical Tropopause : A Simple Model Study
2008Guilherme Oliveira ChagasININ05 2753
3225
3315
3355
4262
Promoting Scientific Collaboration in South America through IDD-Brazil
1314Venkatesan ChakrapaniOSOS01 4299
Analysis of Global Ocean Chlorophyll in relation to Equatorial Atmospheric Circulation
115Lin H ChambersININ05 530
805
845
3300
The MY NASA DATA Project: Tools and a Collaboration Space for Knowledge Discovery
410Lin H ChambersEDED03 300
530
805
845
Authentic K-12 Science Projects at the NASA Langley Research Center
1914Lui-Heung ChanVV05 1025
1041
1051
3060
8104
Lithium Isotopic Compositions of Marine Sediments: Implication for the Compositions of Volcanic Arcs and the Deep Mantle
1749Heejun ChangHH11 496
1632
1871
1872
Trends in Surface Water Quality for Korean River basins
1806Heejun ChangGCGC03 1616
1630
1632
1819
1821
Spatial and Temporal Variations of Flood hazards in Korea
1719Hsin-I ChangHH04 345
1854
3305
3322
3354
Numerical experiments on the role of land surface processes on the July 26, 2005 Heavy Rain event in Mumbai, India
1211Ping ChangAA15 1616
1620
1626
1635
4504
Internal Atmospheric Variability, Pacific Meridional Mode and Spring Predictability Barrier of ENSO
1820Sae Jung ChangVV09 419
420
454
1041
3665
Oxygen Isotope and Microtextural Biosignatures of Hydroxylapatite in Karst Caves of South Korea
327Tom ChangSMSM01 4400
4420
7863
Stochasticity and Complexity in Space Plasmas and the Dynamic Renormalization Group
1857James E.T. ChannellGPGP02 1520
1521
1522
Quaternary Geomagnetic Paleointensity from IODP Site U1308 (IODP Expedition 303)
1118Benjamin F ChaoGG05 1217
1218
1836
1876
Global hydrological budget derived from atmospheric circulation model and GRACE time-variable gravity
738Andrew J CharltonAA06 3334
3337
3362
Stratospheric Sudden Warmings: a New Climatology with Modeling Benchmarks, and an Evaluation of Six Stratosphere Resolving General Circulation Models
819Isabelle CharronHH21 1807
1824
1833
1862
Sensitivity of tributaries to water-level fluctuations along the St-Lawrence corridor, Québec, Canada
1409Shiladitya R. ChaudhuryEDED03 810
830
855
SPHERE - Students as Professionals Helping Educators Research the Earth
41Jean-Yves ChaufrayPP01 6225
Study of the Lyman Alpha Airglow With SPICAM on Mars Express
1072Francisco P ChavezOSOS04 4215
4262
4277
4279
4805
Monterey Ocean Time-series and Observatory: Scientific Discoveries and Technical Challenges
812Aijun ChenININ05 9810
Grid-enabled Web Services for Geospatial Interoperability
1904Guangsheng ChenGCGC03 414
428
1615
1616
1637
Climate-induced Changes In NPP And Carbon Storage In China
1301Hua ChenGCGC03 400
414
428
429
439
Validating Simulated Carbon Fluxes, Carbon Storage and Trace Gas Emission (CH4 and N2O) against Site Specific Data from Forest Inventories, Intensive Sites, and ChinaFlux
1190Jian ChenSMSM01 2784
2788
6939
7839
7954
Spatio-temporal dynamics of the magnetosphere during intense geospace storms
880Jianli ChenGG05 1217
1223
1225
Optimized Recovery of Global Terrestrial Water Storage Changes From GRACE Time-Variable Gravity Measurements
889Jianli ChenUU04 720
726
762
1217
1223
Antarctic Snow/ice Mass Change Rates from Satellite Gravity Measurements
210Jianli ChenGG06 1218
1223
1239
Global Mass Balance and the Earth Rotational Excitations
960Jiasheng ChenSMSM03 2706
2720
2723
2724
2740
Cusp Diamagnetic Cavity Observations: A Challenge for Theory and Simulation
2052Mark C ChenUU12 1020
1040
SNO+ a Geoneutrino Detector for the Continental Crust
649Na ChenBB05 400
Terra MODIS Thermal Emissive Bands Detector Performance
1254Sheng-Hsien ChenSMSM01 2704
2736
2744
2784
2788
Geospace Storms and Thermal Ions in the Near-Earth Magnetotail
152Wilbur Y ChenAA15 325
350
399
ENSO Evolution and Potential Prtedictability: CMIP v. OBS
10Xianyao ChenOSOS01 4217
4223
4255
4572
Development of Sub-surface Warm Water in East China Sea in Fall
1204Yongping ChenHH01 560
925
1866
Comparison of dielectric permittivity spectra of soils from TDR waveforms with direct Network Analyzer measurements
385Young Wook CheongHH11 1800
1880
Efficiencies of the Passive Treatment Facilities for Mine Drainages from Abandoned Coal Mines in Korea
1694Jiun-Dar ChernAA14 320
321
Application of the Goddard Multi-scale Modeling Framework in Climate Simulation
490Daniele J CherniakMM04 1042
1065
1115
3630
3999
Thorium Diffusion in Monazite
1129Igor ChernobaySS02 7219
Verification System: First System-Wide Performance Test
1052John C ChiangPPPP02 1616
1620
3339
Tropical Atlantic climate variability as a model for marine ITCZ displacements
120Kwo-Fu ChiangBB05 480
Post-Launch Calibration Methodology of MODIS Thermal Emissive Bands
1006Steve ChienININ02 9810
The Autonomous Sciencecraft and applications to future science missions
1223Mian ChinAA08 305
345
Using global model and satellite data for air quality studies
1582Srinivas ChintalapatiHH07 1816
1818
1833
1866
Soil Moisture Assimilation From Remotely Sensed Land Surface State Variables
567Long S ChiuHH03 1640
1854
1855
1872
3354
Effect of TRMM boost on oceanic rain rate estimates based on microwave brightness temperature histograms
304Tongjun ChoSS01 7200
7205
7255
West Antarctic crust and upper mantle structure from combined analysis of seismic noise and teleseismic events
652Minha ChoiHH16 1847
1848
1855
1866
Long-term conformity of soil moisture products: SMEX03 Little River Region
1979SUNG-JA CHOISS01 8002
8015
Neotectonic to Active Tectonic Situation along Ulsan-Yeonil Faults, SE. Korea
585Yong Suk ChoiHH11 1800
1880
Investigation of Groundwater Flow at Highway Construction Areas in Korea
370Bernard ChovitzGG01 1709
The Geodetic Career of Irene Fischer
459Eliot ChristianUU04 9820
Architecture and Data Management in the Global Earth Observations System of Systems
1733S P ChristonPP01 2778
5737
6275
6280
Initial Cassini/MIMI Investigation of Dayside-Nightside Variations in Saturn's Magnetospheric Suprathermal Heavy Ion Composition
1825S P ChristonSHSH04 2114
7519
7900
7984
Spatial/Temporal Variations of SEP Ion Onsets From L1 To Near Earth's Magnetosphere
1546D. Allen ChuAA08 305
345
365
3315
3360
Improving MODIS AOD retrievals for Air Quality Monitoring
1160Xinzhao ChuSASA06 320
340
394
3305
3360
Review of Key Findings From Lidar Observations of Polar Mesospheric Clouds
1150Anna ChulakiSASA05 2447
2700
2753
Space Weather Modeling of the Global Campaign Time Intervals at the CCMC
162J.-K. ChungSASA02 310
Measurements of the O$_2$(0-0) Atmospheric Band Nightglow Emission by TIMED Doppler Interferometer (TIDI) between 2003-2005
155Christina M CianfraniHH19 1813
1825
1834
1879
Effects of Land Use, Physical Habitat Type, and Stream Geomorphic Type at Multiple Spatial Scales on Fish Community Diversity
1385Robert CifelliHH03 1840
1854
1855
1895
3360
Polarimetric Rainfall Retrievals Using A Fuzzy Logic Approach
1461Luca CinquiniININ03 9810
9820
Solar-Terrestrial Data Integration using Ontologies
1433Pubu CirenAA08 305
345
365
3315
3360
Retrieval of Aerosol Optical Thickness from Geostationary Satellite (GOES): assessment and improvement
373Luc ClaessensHH19 1871
The Role of Small Streams in Controlling Nitrogen Export from an Urbanizing Watershed
1019Jessica S. ClarkHH19 744
1813
1825
3252
4534
Evaluating the Influence of Geomorphic Conditions on Instream Fish Habitat Using Hydraulic Modeling and Geostatistical Analyses
1213Leslie ClarkHH21 1815
1825
1847
1856
1862
Methods for Determining Streambank Critical Shear Stress and Erodibility: Implications for Erosion Rate Predictions
468Pamela E ClarkPP01 5410
5420
5475
5480
5494
Revolutionary High Mobility Rovers for Rugged Terrain
464Pamela E ClarkPP01 5421
5470
5494
6015
6250
SPARCLE: Space Plasma Alleviation of Regolith Concentrations in the Lunar Environment
648Don ClineHH07 1827
1863
Advancing Snow Observation and Modeling Through the NASA Cold Land Processes Experiment (CLPX)
1792Jean S ClineUU08 3616
3653
3665
Carlin-type Au Deposits in Nevada: Unique Hydrothermal Systems?
756E. W. CliverSHSH01 7513
7519
7531
7954
The Great Geomagnetic Storm of 9 November 1991: Origin in a Disappearing Solar Filament
1100Jorge CobiellaUU05 8111
8140
8157
8158
8185
Late Cretaceous to Middle Eocene Geological Evolution of the Northwestern Caribbean - Constraints from Cuban Data
358Steven D CockeAA09 3337
Examination of Daily Weather in the NCAR CCM
292Julia CohenININ05 3322
3329
3355
3374
3379
High Resolution Simulation in the Eastern Amazonia
1157Ofer CohenSHSH01 7500
7509
7959
Solar Wind Acceleration Models in SWMF
285R. E. CohenMM03 3924
Multiscale Modeling of Magnetism in Iron at High Pressures
845Clayton CokerSASA03 310
2415
2443
2494
Ionospheric Measurements from the Tiny Ionospheric Photometer
1568Marge ColeININ01 9810
Leveraging Open Standard Interfaces in Providing Efficient Discovery, Retrieval, and Information of NASA-Sponsored Observations and Predictions
321Jonathan Craig CollierAA01 3314
3337
3354
Effects of Increased Horizontal Resolution on Simulation of the North American Monsoon in the NCAR CAM3: An Evaluation based on Surface, Satellite, and Reanalysis Data
2009Marla R. CollinsEDED07 399
480
810
1620
1855
Reversing Present Day Northern Plains Ecosystem Water Supply Stressors Resulting from the Near Extinction of Three Keystone Species
1654Jonah J ColmanSS02 342
360
3359
3367
Development of a new EMP code at LANL
1853Chris ColpittsSMSM01 2467
2487
2704
2712
2772
Complex Structure of Auroral High Frequency Waves: Comparing Data Sets from Five Separate Rocket Flights
1539Xavier ComasNSNS12 497
994
1615
4806
The use of Geophysical Techniques to Monitor the Evolution and Spatial Distribution of Biogenic Gasses in Peat Soils
1281Gilbert P CompoAA15 1616
1620
3309
3339
3364
Prediction of Extratropical Storminess
1307Gilbert P CompoAA03 3309
3319
3354
Diagnosing the Distribution of Seasonal Mean Precipitation
408Shuzheng CongHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Accounting for Intermittency in Generation of Precipitation Ensembles from Quantitative Precipitation Forecast
603James ConliffeUU08 1034
3616
A Record of Magmatic and Hydrothermal Fluids in the Irish Crust: Evidence from Caledonian Granites
1868Jack ConnerneyGPGP03 1517
1525
1533
1541
5440
Mars Magnetism and Things to do when you Visit
1834Helen ConoverININ01 4217
4262
4294
4564
9820
Advanced Information Management Services in SCOOP, an IOOS Testbed
851Clinton P. ConradTT03 8103
8110
8120
8155
8164
The influence of continental roots and asthenospheric viscosity on plate-mantle coupling
1073Catherine ConstableDIDI02 1510
1513
1522
1535
Linking Paleomagnetic Observations to Numerical Dynamo Simulations
1635Michele CookeEDED03 805
820
855
8118
8175
Beyond the Playground: Sandboxes in the Classroom examine the Interplay of Mountain Building and Erosion
1911Jennifer CooperVV01 3630
3640
Magma Contamination During Shallow Level Emplacement: An Experimental Study on the effect of liquid SiO$_{2}on Quartz Dissolution Rates in the CMAS System
320John F CooperPP03 6060
6221
6224
6265
6280
Volume Ice Radiolysis in the Outer Solar System
1288Paul D CooperPP03 5410
5422
6218
6280
Infrared Identification of HO$_2$ and HO$_3$ Radicals in Irradiated Ices
1711Maureen CorcoranHH23 1808
1829
1834
1865
1880
A Review of Embankment Dam Incidents Related to Piping and Excessive Seepage Based on Historical Records of Prior Incidents
654John CorreiraSASA01 305
310
2400
6245
Annual Trends of Meteoric Metal Atoms in the Upper Atmosphere
2050Juan Manuel Cortes-JimenezHH11 1806
1813
1816
1819
1831
Water Quality Parameters of the Yaqui Valley´s Aquifer in Semiarid Northwest Mexico and Construction of a Proposed Integrated Salinity Index
805Dennis L CorwinNSNS07 402
486
694
925
1512
ECa-Directed Soil Sampling for Characterizing Spatial Variability: Monitoring Management-Induced Change
1029Russell B CosgroveSASA03 2411
2443
2471
Spontaneous generation of 10-km-scale midlatitude electric fields by a sporadic E layer, and the effect on the F layer
629Michael H. CoshHH05 1640
1839
1866
1872
1875
Scaling surface soil moisture in the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed
1515Elizabeth CottrellVV05 1015
3612
3630
3672
5400
The Effect of Temperature and Carbon on W Partitioning Between Metal and Silicate.
632Rory D CottrellGPGP04 1521
1522
1525
Stromberg Lava Directional and Paleointensity Data from Transitional Lava flows: Implications for the Mesozoic Dipole Low
570Misa M CoweeSMSM01 2152
2732
2772
6219
7829
Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron Ring Instability in the Io Plasma Torus
1609R\'{o}nadh CoxPP01 5420
6221
Size-Frequency Distribution of Chaos Areas plus Craters on Europa may Represent an Impact Production Function
270Richard CragoHH05 1818
1843
1855
1894
3307
Lagrangian Transport Model Simulations of Foliage Temperature Based on Field Measurements
1881Nahide CraigEDED01 805
815
855
STEREO-IMPACT E/PO at NASA’s Sun-Earth Day Event: Participation in Total Eclipse 2006 Webcast
1728Nahide CraigEDED03 805
830
840
855
THEMIS E/PO Program’s Involvement in Authentic Science and Its Evaluation
1235Nicholas C CrawfordNSNS05 920
1219
7205
7240
Microgravity and Electrical Resistivity Techniques for Detection of Caves and Clandestine Tunnels
1276Scott CrombieUU08 1036
1115
3660
3690
Monazite Alteration in the Searchlight Contact Metamorphic Aureole, Southern Nevada
191Nancy U. CrookerSMSM02 2194
2199
2799
Advances in Data Coordination for Establishing Heliophysics as a Basic Science
1377Rainaldo F CrosbourneININ05 2753
3225
3315
3355
4262
CCID – Making Caribbean Climate Data Accessible to the Region
1028Ryan S CrossGG07 1209
1242
8158
8170
Southwestward Translation of the Andreanof Block of the Aleutian Arc: Evidence for a Bering Block
1329David CrossleyGG05 1217
1223
1225
1240
1295
The Problem of Length Scale in Hydrology: Data From GRACE vs Ground-Based Gravity Measurements
245Wade T CrowHH07 1855
1866
Assimilation of a thermal remote sensing-based soil moisture proxy into a root-zone water balance model
274Jim P CrumleySMSM01 2704
2712
2716
2721
2772
Polar Spacecraft Observations of Ion Cyclotron Waves
268Jim P CrumleyEDED01 810
820
825
2724
Using the Magnetopause Standoff Distance as a Topic for an Undergraduate Physics Lab
1322A. C. CummingsSHSH02 2104
2114
2124
7845
Possible Evidence of the Injection Threshold Energy for Diffusive Shock Acceleration at the Termination Shock
1222Kenneth L CumminsHH07 684
689
1848
1854
3324
On the use of Lightning and Other Low-frequency Electromagnetic Sources to Probe Changes in Surface Conductivity due to Rainfall
1900Elen M CutrimININ05 820
3360
9800
International Collaboration and Capacity Building at the Federal University of Para, Brazil: the Geo-science Cyberinfrastructure Journey
175Norman H CutshallHH25 1009
1832
1894
Characterization and Monitoring of Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents in Ground Water: A Systems Approach

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
294Jianchun DaiNSNS02 935
3025
Gas Hydrate Estimation Using Rock Physics Modeling and Seismic Inversion
953Kendra L. DalyHH12 400
1800
4200
4294
The Information Super Seaway: Networking the Seafloor for Interactive Scientific Discovery
93Martin DamerisAA06 300
325
Impact of climate change on ozone recovery
505Rajdeep DasguptaVV11 3613
3614
3621
3630
3640
Earth's Deep Carbon Cycle Constrained by Partial Melting of Mantle Peridotite and Eclogite
1878Annette DatheHH08 1831
1866
1875
1894
Quantification of Colloid Retention in Unsaturated Porous Media Using Microscopic Image Analysis Data
1062Michael E DaviasTT02 486
758
7938
8125
9604
Perigee: Zero, a Unified Theory of Cultural Heritage and Geological History
1990Ashley G. DaviesININ02 4540
Cryosphere Change Detection With The Autonomous Sciencecraft Experiment
905Ashley Gerard DaviesININ02 5464
5480
5494
6218
6280
Increasing Deep-Space Mission Science Return Through Onboard Identification of Dynamic Events: Examples from Planetary Volcanology.
2031Joseph M. DavilaUU04 7500
7800
Science Plans for the International Heliophysical Year
1639Caroline A DavisNSNS08 416
Detecting Microbial Growth and Metabolism in Geologic Media with Complex Conductivity Measurements
1603Caroline A DavisNSNS08 416
Direct and Indirect Contribution of Microbial Metabolic Byproducts to the Electrical Properties of Porous Media
65Elaine J. DavisEDED01 810
Institutionalization of a Retention Model
1187James L DavisGG05 1211
1217
1236
1295
Assimilation of GRACE and GPS data into models for glacial isostatic adjustment(GIA)
1604Michael C DavisVV06 1039
1094
1099
1886
Surface Sensitive Studies of the Acidic Dissolution of Olivine with $^{1}$H-$^{29}$Si CP MAS and $^{19}$F MAS NMR
708Curt A de KoningSHSH04 7514
7807
7859
7867
Energy Dependence of Electron Pitch-Angle Distribution Broadening in Solar Bursts
720Curt A de KoningSHSH04 7514
7519
7807
7859
7867
An Extended Interval of Broad Suprathermal Electron Strahl Coincident with Multiple Solar Electron Bursts
1901O de La BeaujardiereSASA03 2400
2427
2447
Testing and validating the C/NOFS models that predict ionospheric densities and scintillation
135Edwardo F.J. de MulderUU04 1704
1729
1739
1799
International Year of Planet Earth Cooperating with Other Years in 2007-2009
659R B DeckerSHSH02 2104
2114
2124
7807
7845
Energetic Particle Distributions Measured in the Heliosheath
1253Anna D DeJongSMSM01 2704
2740
2784
2788
2790
Aurora and polar cap boundaries during Substorms, Sawteeth and SMCs
275Matthew T DeLandSASA06 320
340
394
3305
3360
Current Status of Satellite PMC Observations
1172Matthew T DeLandSASA06 320
340
394
3305
3360
Diurnal Variations in Polar Mesospheric Clouds From SBUV Instruments
1679Simon DelattreMM04 1039
1042
3617
Low Temperature Weathering vs. Hydrothermal Alteration of Radiation-damaged Zircon in a Lateritic Profile From Nsimi (Cameroon)
1141Ruben DelgadoSASA01 3300
3360
Characteristics of Mesospheric Sporadic Potassium and Iron Atom Layers Over the Arecibo Observatory
1746Timothy M DelSoleAA15 1616
1620
Outstanding Issues in Applying Information Theory to Predictability
1987Cecelia DeLucaININ04 520
525
1225
1694
The Earth System Modeling Framework and Earth System Curator: Software Components as Building Blocks of Community
1624Thomas L DelworthAA07 1616
1620
1626
1635
Impact of Observed Atlantic Multidecadal SST Fluctuations on India/Sahel Rainfall and Atlantic Hurricanes
425Julie DemargneHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Verification of Experimental Hydrometeorological and Hydrological Ensemble Forecasts in the U.S. National Weather Service
705Inci DemirkanliHH08 1834
1847
1852
1854
1875
Simulation of Flow and Long-Term Plutonium (Pu) Transport in the Vadose Zone at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL)
1507Belay DemozHH16 300
1218
1655
1836
1840
Towards water vapor assimilation into mesoscale models for improved precipitation forecast
1464Belay DemozEDED06 300
800
820
855
A hands-on approach to teaching atmospheric science: Howard University experience at the Beltsville research Campus
466Russell C DengelININ05 3360
Web Based Access to Real-Time Meteorological Products Optimized for PDA-Smartphones
688Richard E DentonSMSM05 2730
2752
2768
2794
The field line distribution of mass density at $L = 4.8$ inferred from toroidal Alfven frequencies observed by CLUSTER
1191Ankur R DesaiBB06 414
428
439
1637
Observation and modeling of the impact of forestry and CO$_2$ fertilization on the carbon cycle in the Upper Midwest, USA
80Mihir I DesaiSHSH04 2114
7514
7807
Heavy Ion Abundances in Large Solar Energetic Particle Events
480Jon R. DetermanSASA01 300
330
340
350
3360
Using X-ray Occultation Sounding (XOS) to Detect Atmospheric Features in the Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere: A comparison to NRLMSISE-00 and SABER measurements.
933Shane T. DetweilerSS01 7215
7221
7223
7240
7294
International Cooperation for an Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning System (IOTWS)
163Chakravarthy M.C. DeverapalliSMSM01 2411
2704
2712
2753
2764
Parallel 2-Dimensional Particle in Cell Simulation of Mesoscale Auroral Potential Structure
158Frank A DevineyHH18 1806
1816
1817
1872
1874
Time Series and Recurrence Interval Models to Predict the Vulnerability of Streams to Episodic Acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
838Kevin J DevitoHH24 9800
A Framework for Broad Scale Definition of Water Resources in the Boreal Forest: Consider Topography Last?
1638Richard K DeweyOSOS04 4215
4262
4500
4800
VENUS - The Victoria Experimental Network Under the Sea: First Light
67Sagnik DeyAA08 305
345
360
3305
3359
A Wintertime Aerosol Model for the Ganga Basin, Northern India
1856Darren L DeZeeuwSHSH04 2164
2451
Spetral Index of Particles Accelerated by Shock Waves Depends on the Turbulence Anysotropy
891Liping DiININ01 1640
9810
9820
Providing OGC Standard-based Services for Supporting GEOSS Service Network
398Cristine de Mello DiasAA04 322
345
365
368
Seasonal and diurnal variation of NOx-O3 in the troposphere of São Paulo State (Brazil)
1544Pedro L. Silva DiasININ05 3300
3329
3367
Benefits of Sharing Information: Supermodel Ensemble and Applications in South America
793Russell R. DickersonAA08 300
305
320
345
368
Long Range Transport of Aerosols and Trace Gases from China: The Role of Dry Convection.
913Tommy D DickeyOSOS04 4260
4262
4264
4273
4294
New Opportunities to Observe and Predict Episodic and Extreme Events in the Ocean
348Robert E DickinsonBB02 428
429
439
A 4DDA Approach to Terrestrial Carbon Assimilation through use of Dynamic Vegetation.
1873S. R. DickmanGG06 1213
1223
1239
3299
4513
Another Look at the Markowitz Wobble
716John B DieboldOSOS02 545
999
3025
3094
6699
Propagation of Exploration Seismic Sources in Shallow Water
1520Thomas L DiehlAA01 305
322
368
370
Compilation of a Global Emission Inventory from 1980 to 2000 for Global Model Simulations of the Long-term Trend of Tropospheric Aerosols
1074William E. DietrichHH22 1824
1826
Slope Evolution by Stochastic Soil Production and Transport due to Biota
1228William F DietrichSHSH04 2101
2114
7513
7514
7519
IMP8 Observations of the Relative Onset Times of Relativistic Electrons and Protons in the January 20, 2005 Ground Level Event
1296Stefanie L DiltsTT02 3660
8139
Analysis of Mineral Inclusions in Zircon From the Eclogite-bearing Ashe Metamorphic Suite, North Carolina: Implications for Exhumation History
693Yakov S DimantSASA01 654
2411
2435
2442
6245
Evolution of Meteor Plasma Trails in E-Region Ionosphere: Electric Fields and Diffusion
1821David J. DinerAA08 305
345
Future Mission Concept for 3-D Aerosol Monitoring From Space Based on Fusion of Remote Sensing Approaches
196Tufa DinkuHH03 1854
1855
Validation and Inter-comparison of Satellite Rainfall Products over East Africa’s Complex Topography
869Tufa DinkuHH03 1833
1854
1855
Use of TRMM Precipitation Radar for Calibrating Overland Passive Microwave Rain Retrieval
1590Paul A DirmeyerAA03 1631
1655
3305
3354
Sources, sinks and trends in the water cycle from a back-trajectory analysis of atmospheric water vapor
1196Thorsten DittmarBB04 497
1615
4217
4806
4852
How important are intertidal ecosystems for global biogeochemical cycles? Molecular and isotopic evidence for major outwelling of photo-bleached dissolved organic matter from mangroves.
2010Randall DoleAA10 1223
1616
1620
3364
Linking Weather and Climate
910Vincent DolsSMSM01 2756
5443
5737
6033
Io ’s local Interaction: Chemistry, Role of SO$_2$, SO and Importance of Mass Loading
1883Shawn Domagal-GoldmanVV09 420
454
1041
5200
5225
Modeling Equilibrium Fe Isotope Fractionation in Fe-Organic Complexes: Implications for the use of Fe Isotopes as a Biomarker and Trends Based on the Properties of Bound Ligands
1839Shawn Domagal-GoldmanVV08 300
400
1000
3600
8400
Sulfur MIF, Organic Haze, and the Gaia Hypothesis in the Archean
893Joseph L DomagalskiHH06 496
1804
1834
1850
Loads and Transport Processes of Nutrients and Pesticides in Five Agricultural Watersheds
942Ben DomenicoININ01 394
9810
9820
Phase 1 Status and Phase 2 Plans for the OGC GALEON Interoperability Experiement
1490Hailiang DongVV06 418
419
463
1042
3620
Microbial Impacts on Clay Mineral Transformation and Reactivity
102Leo DonnerAA14 3311
3314
3319
Opportunities and Challenges for New Synergies between Cloud-Resolving Models and General Circulation Models
592Eric DonovanUU04 2407
2475
2494
2704
2784
ICESTAR - An IHY/IPY study of interhemispheric relationships in space physics
114James DoolittleNSNS10 999
1835
1875
1879
Characterizing Watersheds with Geophysical Methods: Some uses of GPR and EMI in Hydropedological Investigations.
1084Ory DorNSNS03 8004
8010
8025
8118
Geologic Observations of Asymmetric Rock Damage Across Large Strike-Slip Faults and Ruptures along Bimaterial Interfaces
1055Ellen M DouglasAA03 1840
1842
3322
3329
3355
Simulating Changes in Land-Atmosphere Interactions From Expanding Agriculture and Irrigation in India and the Potential Impacts on the Indian Monsoon.
1149Anne R DouglassAA06 340
341
The Sensitivity of Arctic Ozone Loss to Polar Stratospheric Cloud Volume and Chlorine and Bromine Loading in a Chemistry and Transport Model
616Martin W DoyleHH19 408
439
1813
1825
Hierarchical controls on stream energy dynamics: ecology, geomorphology and hydrology
973Scott T DrewVV01 1031
3613
Near Constant Composition of Calc-Alkaline Parental Magmas Over Approximately 600,000 Years, Santorini Volcanic Field
1593Darren T. DrewryHH24 1622
1813
1836
1843
Atmospheric Surface Layer Response to Landscape Heterogeneity
1640Douglas P DrobSASA04 520
3285
3334
3360
3369
Developing, Applying, and Refining Comprehensive Measurement Based Specifications of Upper Atmospheric Neutral Winds
1937Guillaume G DroletBB02 414
428
439
476
480
Pixel Shadow Fraction Effects on the Relationship Between Gross Light-Use Efficiency of Boreal Forests and the MODIS Photochemical Reflectance Index
19Anmin DuanAA01 320
321
Why the Recent Climate Warming on the Tibetan Plateau Accompanied by a Decreased Diurnal Surface Air Temperature Range
975R. T. DuffinSHSH03 7500
7513
7534
7594
7800
Solar Radio Astronomy With the Long Wavelength Array
1478Thomas S DuffyMM02 1025
1042
3909
3924
Elasticity of the olivine (Mg,Fe)$_{2}$SiO$_{4}$ polymorphs: Current understanding and implications for mantle composition
516Mulugeta T. DugdaSS03 7203
7205
7208
7218
8109
Lithospheric Structure in Eastern Africa and Saudi Arabia From Joint Inversion of Surface Wave Dispersion Data and Receiver Functions
1444Catherine A. DukesPP01 6205
Sulfur Depletion in FeS and its Implication for Eros: Laboratory Simulations
223Eric A DupuySASA06 305
310
340
341
The Global Distribution of Mesospheric Ozone as Measured With OSIRIS
998Michael DurandHH07 758
1855
1863
Feasibility of distributed snowpack characterization using radiometric data assimilation: an example of a multi-scale, multi-frequency approach
168Dorothy DurnfordAA01 3315
3360
3362
3364
How to get Numerical Weather Prediction Model Initial Conditions From Satellite Ozone Data in Three Easy Steps
565Nader DuttaNSNS02 900
902
Detection of Shallow And Pressured Aquifer Sands Using Seismic Inversion Techniques
1044Steve DyeUU12 994
1094
8194
Geo-neutrino Detection From the Oceanic Crust
695Kenneth F DymondSASA01 310
2415
2443
2494
A New Method for Inverting Dayside 83.4 nm Nadir Radiance Measurements for Determining the State of the Ionospheric F-Region

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
496Gregory D. EarleSASA03 2427
2435
2439
2443
2467
Midlatitude Topside Spreading Observed by the ISS-B Satellite
1656Joseph L EastmanAA14 315
321
3310
The Impact of Parameter and Forcing Resolution on Data Assimilation and High Resolution Atmospheric Modeling
1776Timothy E EastmanSMSM02 2799
7894
7899
7999
9820
Key Architecture Elements of a Great Observatory for Space Physics
433Denton S EbelMBMB02 1028
1094
6040
6240
6982
Synchrotron X-ray Microtomography of Extraterrestrial Samples
573Yusuke EbiharaSMSM05 2720
2730
2736
2778
2788
Significant role of the ionosphere on the ring current development
1306Vince EcclesSASA01 2443
2447
2467
2494
2499
Arecibo Ionospheric Database for Ionospheric Model Assessment
40Ezequiel EcherSHSH01 2134
2162
Power spectrum analysis of periodicities in the interplanetary magnetic field polarity (1927-2002)
296Stephen D EckermannSASA05 342
3332
3334
3359
3384
Response of the Middle Atmosphere to a Total Solar Eclipse Using a Prototype High-Altitude Global Numerical Weather Prediction Model
1407Benjamin R EdwardsUU02 8410
8411
8412
Using Intensive Variables to Constrain Magma Source Regions
323Joseph EggerAA10 1239
3319
Topographic Instability and Subseasonal Variability
1026Mostafa El-AlaouiSMSM03 2740
2744
2764
Understanding Magnetotail Current Sheet Structures Using MHD Simulations
515Kevin M EllettHH07 1217
1847
1855
1866
Investigating the Potential for Assimilation of Terrestrial Water Storage Observations from GRACE
1652Emily M ElliottHH04 454
469
478
1854
Nitrate Isotopes in Precipitation to Distinguish NOx Sources, Atmospheric Processes, and Source Areas in the United States
1849Erle EllisGCGC03 402
414
439
1632
1640
Long-Term Changes in Landscape Structure Within and Across China’s Densely Populated Rural Landscapes
25Brooks B EllwoodGPGP02 1135
1520
4277
4901
4948
Magnetostratigraphy Susceptibility Used for High Resolution Correlation Among Paleocene/Eocene Boundary Sequences in Egypt, Spain and the U.S.A.
732Ryan E EmanuelHH05 1631
1640
1818
1866
1879
Data Assimilation for a Watershed-Scale Model of Transpiration and Vegetation Water-Stress
1173HURET EmiliaGPGP02 1512
3270
9335
9611
Magnetic susceptibility and cyclostratigraphy of upper Jurassic marly formations( ANDRA, underground research laboratory, Bure, Eastern Paris Basin):Record of Milankovitch cycles, sedimentary gaps, and implications for regional correlation.
279John T EmmertSASA04 1610
2427
3309
3369
Climatology and IMF By dependence of quiet-time high-latitude upper thermospheric winds measured by ground-based Fabry-Perot Interferometers in the northern and southern hemispheres
780Anthony L EndresNSNS06 770
776
5102
5109
5112
Coupled Petrophysical Relationships for the Dielectric and Elastic Properties of Glacial Ice
1310Ken EngHH01 1812
1829
1860
1869
Relating Low-Flow Characteristics to the Baseflow-Recession Time Scale at Partial-Record Streamflow Sites
1169Mark J EngebretsonSMSM01 2730
2752
A Pc 1 Pearl Wave Event Observed at Halley, Antarctica and by the Cluster Spacecraft in the Inner Magnetosphere
1812Terry EngelderTT03 8010
8150
8157
8164
What stress in the lithosphere tells us about strength of Pennsylvanian dextral transcurrent fault systems within the Appalachian mountain chain during final closure of Laurentia and Gondwana
1202SANSHIRO ENOMOTOUU12 8124
8130
9800
Experimental Study of Geoneutrinos with KamLAND
305Jeroen EnsinkBB09 432
493
496
1803
1880
Urban Wastewater Impacts on the Spatial Distribution of Solutes and Microbial Constituents in the Musi River, India
216Boon Tiak EowHH20 1804
1807
1847
1880
The Development and Application of a Townsite Water Resources Management Tool for Semiarid Regions of Western Australia
605William C. EricksonSHSH03 7513
7514
7534
Are all Metric Slow--Drift Phenomena Type II Bursts?
1529Amy Corner ErwinAA08 305
365
478
3311
3360
Description of an African Dust Storm and Biomass Burning Event Using Horizontal and Vertical Satellite Profiles
1548Larry W EspositoPP01 6265
Cassini Observations and Ring History
367David A.D. EvansGPGP04 1540
1560
5440
5450
Dipolar geomagnetic field and low orbital obliquity during the last two billion years: Evidence from paleomagnetism of evaporite basins
1956David A.D. EvansUU06 3344
3675
4243
4863
4914
A global survey of Precambrian evaporites: Implications for Proterozoic paleoenvironments
1859Helen F EvansGPGP02 1500
1512
1521
Paleointensity-assisted chronology for 0-130 ka from the southern Gardar Drift (North Atlantic)
1842Helen F EvansGPGP02 1500
1513
1520
Astronomical Ages for Polarity Chrons C4Ar-C5r (9.3-11.2 Ma, Middle to Late Miocene), and for Three Excursion Chrons Within C5n.2n
122Rodney C EwingMM04 3620
3904
3999
Plutonium, Mineralogy and Radiation Effects
1628Veronika EyringAA06 341
Coupled Chemistry-Climate Model Assessment and Predictions of Ozone Recovery in the 21st century

F

Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
969Donald H FairfieldSMSM03 2724
2748
2752
2780
Kelvin-Helmholtz Waves on the Dusk Flank Boundary Layer During Very Northward IMF Conditions: Observations and Simulations
1531Michael FaivreSASA04 3369
3394
A new approach to the observations of equatorial thermospheric dynamics
1605Stefan FalkeININ01 520
525
Supporting the Temporal Dimension in Geospatial Information Interoperability
1616Stefan FalkeININ01 305
Application of OGC Specifications to Air Quality Information Systems
1345Marcelo FamaPP03 2732
6022
6060
6218
6280
Non-linear Radiolysis: The case of Electronic Sputtering of Solid Oxygen
1260Jiwen FanAA14 305
320
345
365
Investigation of Aerosol Effects on Cumulus Cloud Microphysics and Precipitation in Houston, Texas
1265Yue FangAA07 1616
1620
1626
3339
Influence of Multidecadal SST variability in Tropical Pacific on Tropical Atlantic SST in Response to ENSO
802Luis M FarfanININ05 850
3355
A Weather Analysis and Forecasting System for Baja California, Mexico
483Charles J FarrugiaSMSM05 2111
2778
2784
7954
On a New Interplanetary Origin of Two-Step Geomagnetic Storms
1422Boris FaybishenkoHH25 418
471
1831
1832
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Cr(VI) Biostimulation in Groundwater at Hanford 100H Site
412Randall W FedorsHH08 1807
1842
1854
1875
Hydrological and Geological Features Contributing to a Seepage Event at Yucca Mountain
1965Joshua M. FeinbergGPGP01 1518
1519
1520
1540
TRM Anisotropy in Silicate-Hosted Magnetite Inclusions
1410Bela G. FejerSASA05 2411
2415
2435
Equatorial Ionospheric Electric Fields During the September 2005 CAWSES Campaign
204Steven B FeldsteinGG06 1239
The Dynamics of Atmospheric-driven Polar Motion
1463Philip M FennVV07 3612
3625
3630
3640
Nucleation and Growth of Alkali Feldspars From Hydrous Melts
2004Rebecca A FenwickTT02 3017
3022
3025
3045
8169
Evidence for Fluid Flow Along the Husavik Flatey Fault, Northern Iceland.
36Fernanda Tortosa FernandesSASA03 2415
2427
2437
2439
Gravity Waves Activity in the Mesosphere Region Observed by Airglow Imaging and Its Implication for Bottomside Spread F Generation
1708Arthur A FewEDED03 805
810
825
845
Conceptual Modeling as Pedagogy
627Stuart FindlayBB07 409
428
439
470
Increased Carbon Leaching from Soils: Causes and Consequence for Aquatic Ecosystems.
1649Thomas R FisherHH18 402
414
470
486
496
Controls on Watershed Biogeochemistry by Climate, Land Cover, and Soils
1641David E FlittnerAA01 300
305
340
370
Aerosol extinction profiles from the Ozone Mapping/Profiler Suite (OMPS): What can be expected?
231Mei-Ching FokSMSM05 2720
2730
2774
2778
2788
The Role of Ring Current on Slot Region Penetration
540Ian FolkinsAA02 300
320
340
Water Vapor Budget of the Tropical Tropopause Layer
1394Gregory D FosterHH01 1804
1831
1834
1871
1879
Inputs and Fluvial Transport of Pharmaceutical Chemicals in An Urban Watershed
974John FournelleMBMB01 3694
Silicate Peak Shifts, Spectrometer Peaking Issues and Standard/Specimen Size Discrepancies in EPMA: 3 Bumps in the Road to the Goal of 1\% Accuracy
1195Nicola J FoxSMSM01 2720
2730
2740
2774
2788
Quantifying the Role Of Non-Adiabatic Processes In The Creation Of The Outer Radiation Belts
1352Peter FoxININ03 9810
9820
Semantically-Enabled Scientific Data Integration
133Michael Fox-RabinovitzAA12 3337
3355
Variable-Resolution GCMs for Regional Climate Modeling: Stretched-Grid Model Intercomparison Project (SGMIP)
1526Lisa M. FraleyHH09 1815
1825
1834
1861
1862
Comparative Analysis of Bank Erosion and Bed Sediment Remobilization With Watershed Sediment Yield
1800Richard FrancisGG03 758
760
794
CryoSat-2: the CryoSat Recovery Mission
1414Miguel Franco-RubioUU05 1219
1517
8110
8157
8178
The Olivos Ophiolite (Chihuahua, Mexico) Marks the Suture Zone Along the Southwestern Margin of Laurentia
2054Adam FrankelOSOS02 4800
Estimating the acoustic exposure of marine mammals to seismic sources of the R/V Maurice Langseth
1949Meredith FranklinAA08 305
345
4801
The importance of spatial patterns in determining the association between satellite retrieved AOT and ground-level particulate matter air pollution
2051Dante O FrattaNSNS05 935
994
999
Physical Limits for the Detection of Clandestine Tunnels
1554Melissa FreeAA07 1610
3305
Changes in Upper-Air Temperatures From Radiosondes: An Update
413Andrew M. FreedTT03 7223
7230
8118
8164
Stress Evolution in Southern California for the Past 200 Years From Coseismic, Postseismic, and Interseismic Processes
1014William John FrenchSASA01 350
3305
3309
3332
3360
Antarctic Lidar And Hydroxyl Rotational Temperatures Compared With Aura/MLS Satellite Measurements.
1071Jeffrey T FreymuellerGG07 1209
1242
The Denali Fault and the counter-clockwise rotation and westward extrusion of southern Alaska
1790Helen Amanda FrickerGG03 728
730
758
Investigating Antarctic ice shelf grounding zones with ICESat
783Carl FriedrichsOSOS04 4217
4235
4262
4294
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science Estuarine Observing System
1992Marc FriesVV11 1043
3934
4806
Comparison of carbonate inclusions in terrestrial and Martian igneous materials
469Steve FrolkingGCGC03 402
414
480
1610
Biogeochemical cycling of C, N, and water in paddy rice agriculture in Monsoon Asia
1368Michael D FrommUU04 305
315
322
428
738
Fire, Air, Ice, and Earth: The Importance of Biomass Burning to IPY
250Congbin FuGCGC03 315
414
1622
1630
1637
Development of an International Research Project of Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study (MAIRS)
347Ronf FuAA02 305
1620
1640
1655
What are the main pathways for the cross-tropopause transport of water vapor and CO over the Asian monsoon/Tibetan Plateau?
1069Masamitsu FujimotoHH24 1826
1829
1839
Effects of hillslope topography to small catchment hydrology in a weathered granite mountain in central Japan
1659Yoshiko FujitaNSNS08 416
419
448
1065
1829
Microbially Catalyzed Calcite Precipitation in Porous Media: Potential for Geophysical Mapping of Precipitate Distribution
1777Douglas O FullerBB01 480
493
1631
1637
Land Surface Albedo of Large Urban Agglomerations from Landsat Observations
591Mike FullerGPGP03 1595
Paleomagnetism of the Moon.
1601Shing F. FungSMSM04 2716
2720
2730
2774
Energetic electron responses in the inner magnetosphere during geomagnetic storms
1217David Jon FurbishHH22 1625
1815
Probabilistic Behaviors of Soil Particles on Hillslopes
369Kevin P FurlongTT03 7218
8111
8150
8159
Making the Ever-Changing Plate Boundary Through New Zealand

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
146Volker Karl GaertnerININ05 394
1640
EUMETCast: The Meteorological Data Dissemination Service
1127Fabrice GaillardVV08 456
1025
1060
5749
6207
Redox Control on Sulfur Abundances Among Terrestrial Planets
735Marina GalandUU03 2423
2459
2479
6281
What can we learn by comparing Earth and Titan's upper atmospheres?
1479Dennis L GallagherSMSM05 2730
2740
2760
2768
Thermal Plasma Flow During Plasmaspheric Erosion
633Hugh A. GallagherEDED01 800
810
815
855
PR$^{2}$EPS: Preparation, Recruitment, Retention and Excellence in the Physical Sciences
1732Laurence GaloisyMM04 3617
3947
3954
Molecular-Scale Mechanisms Governing Alteration of Nuclear Waste Glasses, as Seen Around Zr and Fe: a Surface XAS-Study
1042Cyril GalvinHGHG01 1700
1704
1724
1794
6610
Experiment Prevails Over Observation in Geophysical Science
1744Daniel GambisGG06 1223
1239
Effect of intraseasonal atmospheric angular momentum changes on the pole path
1924Abhijit GangopadhyayTT05 7205
7230
8110
Fault Intersections as Stress Concentrators for Current Stable Continental Region Seismicity in New Madrid and Middleton Place Summerville Seismic Zones in Eastern United States
915Leonard N GarciaSMSM05 2730
2768
Transport and Loss of Thermal Plasma From the Plasmasphere
1910Matthew GarciaHH20 1816
1821
1840
1850
1860
Distributed Application of the Unified Noah LSM with Hydrologic Flow Routing on an Appalachian Headwater Basin
1855Matthew GarciaHH13 1805
1840
1854
1894
3354
Spatial Interpolation of Precipitation in a Dense Gauge Network for Monsoon Storm Events in Southeastern Arizona
1756Val GarciaAA08 305
345
Integration of Satellite, Modeled, and Ground Based Aerosol Data for use in Air Quality and Public Health Applications
744Ian Garrick-BethellGPGP01 1510
1533
1595
6250
Origin and Stability of Lunar Remanent Magnetism
184Grant GarvenUU08 1009
1034
1829
3630
3653
The Role of Groundwater Flow and Faulting on Hydrothermal Ore Formation in Sedimentary Basins
538Robert GaskellPP01 6055
6205
6297
High Resolution Global Topography of Itokawa From Hayabusa Imaging and LIDAR Data
544Robert GaskellPP01 6055
6205
6297
High Resolution Global Topography of Eros From NEAR Imaging and LIDAR Data
380Erika GasperikovaNSNS13 910
994
999
UXO Detection and Characterization using new Berkeley UXO Discriminator (BUD)
247Paul R GazisININ05 520
525
599
9820
The AISRP Code and Algorithm Library
1116Joseph GeimanOSOS01 4255
4504
4560
Strong Tidal Modulation of Estuarine Surface Wind Waves
2025Allen C GellisHH21 1130
1862
Sediment Sources and Storage in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
1341Chelle L GentemannAA05 4262
4275
Optimally interpolated infrared and microwave sea surface temperatures: the Multi-sensor Improved SST (MISST) Project
1496Konstantine P. GeorgakakosHH13 1816
1821
1840
1854
1880
Operational Precipitation prediction in Support of Real-Time Flash Flood Prediction and Reservoir Management
743Lindsay A GeorgeHH14 1832
1866
Characterizing Local Heterogeneities in Unsaturated Soils Using Acoustic Techniques
1233Svetoslav GeorgievVV01 1031
1065
1115
3620
3625
Geochemistry And U-Pb Dating Of The Magmatism In Eastern Srednogorie Zone, SE Europe
314Glynn A GermanySMSM01 2437
2704
The relative roles of Poynting flux and particle precipitation in multiple ion upwelling events
768Jacqueline M GetsonVV01 3640
8429
8445
Effect of Plagioclase Crystallization on Liquid and Magma Viscosity in the An-Di-Fo-Q System
475Glen L GettemyNSNS03 5114
5144
Microscale Controls on Ultrasonic Velocity Dispersion in Near-Surface Marine Sediments
1502Kenneth GetzandannerEDED03 805
820
850
Using Authentic Data in High School Earth System Science Research - The Students' Perspective
185Daniela Veronica GhicaSS01 7294
7299
Influence of Spatial Variation in Ground Motion Peak Acceleration on Local Site Effects Estimation at Bucovina Seismic Array (BURAR) Romania
1175Attreyee GhoshTT03 1213
8120
8164
8166
8168
Global Lithospheric Stress Field and Laterally Varying Lithosphere-Mantle Coupling
1948Martha S GilmoreININ02 6225
6297
Autonomous, rapid classifiers for hyperspectral imagers
1504John M. GipsonGG06 1218
1223
1239
Measurement of Earth Orientation Parameters by VLBI
1429Anatoly A GitelsonBB02 402
428
480
Remote estimation of gross primary production in crops: Problems and solutions
767Jesper GjerloevSMSM01 2721
2790
Characterizing the Classical Auroral Substorm: Statistical analysis of the ground magnetic field perturbations
781Jesper W GjerloevSMSM02 2721
2790
7949
The global magnetometer network initiative: SuperMAG
1132Roland GlantzHH08 1829
1847
1875
Simulation of Drainage and Imbibition: An Image-based Dual Approach
2024Paul H. GlaserNSNS12 452
490
497
1610
4806
An Overview of Gas Ebullition and Bog Breathing \(Mooratmung\) in Northern Peatlands
563Heather Y. GlickmanGCGC01 305
345
1631
3305
3311
Impacts of Aerosols on UHI and Hydrological Variables
229George GloecklerSHSH04 2114
2124
2152
Understanding the Acceleration of Energetic Particles at the Termination Shock
405David J GochisHH05 1833
1840
1848
1853
1855
Hydroclimatic Characterization of the North American Monsoon during the 2004 Enhanced Observation Period
1729Jonathan W GodtHH02 468
1810
7212
Rapid, Global Assessment of the Societal Impacts of Earthquake Induced Landsliding
1298Jerry GoldsteinSMSM05 2720
2730
2736
2768
2784
The Plasmaspheric Role in Coupled Inner Magnetospheric Dynamics
788Jerry GoldsteinSMSM03 2712
2730
2760
2768
2784
Plasmapause Boundary Dynamics and the Interplanetary Magnetic Field Effect
1362Melvyn L. GoldsteinSHSH01 2134
2149
2164
High Resolution MHD Simulations of Properties of Solar Wind Magnetic Fields
477Thejappa GollaSHSH03 2487
7534
Monte Carlo Simulation of Directivity of Interplanetary Radio bursts
1337Larisa P GoncharenkoSASA05 2411
2441
2788
3369
Observations of a Positive Storm Phase on September 10, 2005
1939Wei GongMM04 3600
Properties of the platinoid fission products during vitrification of high-level radioactive waste
737Philip GoodeAA11 3305
Robotic Earthshine Telescope
1030C C GoodrichSMSM01 2700
2753
2788
Understanding the response of the magnetosphere to modest, moderate, and strong solar wind IMF driving
1903Kathryn L GoodwinHH20 1816
1847
Tall, Grande or Venti – Appropriate levels of complexity for hydrologic models
414Nat GopalswamySHSH03 7513
7534
Radio manifestation of the interaction between ultra-fast CMEs
1527Yuri A GorbyNSNS08 400
Bacterial Nanowires: Is the Subsurface Hardwired?
1489Wulf A GoseGPGP04 1525
The Paleoproterozoic APWP of the Kalahari Craton
1293Yoshie GotoAA09 3322
3337
3355
Sensitivity of Leaf Area Index to Temperature Simulation in the FSUNRSM
46Jon GottschalckAA10 3300
Description of an Experimental Global Tropics Hazards/Benefits Assessment
1755Robin L. GrahamBB02 414
434
466
WebGIS System Provides Spatial Context for Interpreting Biophysical data
1347Paul E GramsHH22 1825
1862
Order and disorder in starved sandy bedforms
1181Steven A GrantNSNS03 5109
5112
5194
6964
Measured total permittivity of a silt loam soil with low surface electrostatic charge.
1706Mark GrasmueckNSNS11 694
1835
1838
1866
1875
4D GPR Experiments--Towards the Virtual Lysimeter
615Yann GRAZVV08 488
4851
8412
8416
8430
The Effect of Sulfur on the Fe2+/Fe3+ Ratio of MORB and its Implications for the Redox State of the Mantle
272Joseph M GrebowskySASA03 355
358
2443
2467
2494
The Need for NASA's LWS Ionosphere-Thermosphere Storm Probe Mission
424Mircea GrecuHH03 320
480
1854
Passive-Microwave Precipitation Estimation over Land using a Physical Model
89Christopher T GreenHH06 1803
1831
1832
Transport and Fate of Nitrate in Shallow Aquifers in Contrasting Agricultural Settings across the US.
1416Gregory A GrievesPP03 5200
5215
5405
5422
5470
Electronic Desorption from Internal Surfaces of Porous Low Temperature Ice
1453Jennifer L GriffesPP01 5464
5470
Geomorphic and Spectral Mapping of Northern Meridiani Planum
393Sue GrimmondUU01 315
428
493
1803
Measurement of Urban fluxes of CO2 and water
235Peter M. GroffmanUU01 469
480
483
493
496
The Bio-Geo-Socio-Chemistry of Urban Watershed Ecosystems
21Richard S GrossGG04 1217
1239
A Unified Approach to Predicting Coseismic Effects of Earthquakes
699Will M. GrundyPP03 5464
6020
6055
6285
6299
Compositional Diversity of Small Icy Objects Beyond Saturn's Orbit
2017Rosalind GrymesVV09 459
1125
1503
4944
5225
The NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) Astrobiology Drilling Program: Status and Results
1919Guilherme A. R. GualdaVV01 3618
3620
3625
3640
8439
Zoning In Sanidine and Quartz From the Bishop Tuff: Insights Into the Evolution of the Magma Body
1277Huade GuanHH20 1813
1818
1852
1866
1878
Partitioning of Evaporation and Transpiration in Semiarid Ecosystems Using a Dual-source Surface Energy Model (TVET)
1295Huade GuanHH03 1816
1839
1847
1853
1854
A Physically-Based Multivariate-Regression Approach for Downscaling NEXRAD Precipitation in Mountainous Terrain
1257Huade GuanHH13 1630
1816
1833
1854
1860
ASOADeK Application of Gauge-based Precipitation Records in Taiwan and its Hydroclimatic Implications
517Shucai GuanHH03 1840
Development of Multisensor Precipitation Nowcaster in the National Weather Service
1147Andrey K GuberHH25 1848
1873
1875
1879
1895
Two-Stage Monitoring Procedure for Quantifying Flow in Variably-Saturated Heterogeneous Soils
44Murthy S GudipatiPP03 4852
5422
6020
6045
7823
Ionization of Organics in Cryogenic Water-Ices: Relevance to Planetary Astronomy and Astrobiology
988Jay GulledgeGCGC01 1616
1620
1630
1635
1655
Variability in North Atlantic Tropical Storm Frequency and Season Length in Relation to Sea-Surface Temperature (1851-2005)
1742Linda GundersenININ01 9820
The U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Contributions to the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS)
334Mickey E GunterVV06 3600
Characterization of chrysotile ores and samples for the presence of amphiboles from the former Carey Canadian Mine, southeastern Quebec, Canada
1189Zhichang GuoAA16 1218
1836
1840
1866
1876
Evaluation of GSWP-2 Soil Moisture Simulations and its Implication for Seasonal Prediction
178Pawan GuptaAA08 305
345
3360
4801
4906
High Resolution Aerosol Optical Thickness Retrievals for Air Quality Applications
1927Shashi K GuptaAA16 321
1640
3305
3311
3359
The NASA/GEWEX Surface Radiation Budget Project
970Joseph B. GurmanSMSM02 7594
7599
9820
The VSO at Two and a Half
1436Gabriel D GwanmesiaTT02 3909
3919
3924
Sound Wave Velocities of PyPy$_{50}$Mj$_{50}$-Garnet to 9 GPa and 1000K Measured by Ultrasonic Interferometry with Synchrotron X-radiation.

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
1893Christian HaagOSOS01 399
4262
4299
The development of a spatial and temporal interpolation method to examine the wind measurements over Delaware Bay
600Stein HaalandSMSM03 2723
2724
2794
Orientation and motion of plasma structures using single or multiple spacecraft: Experiences from the Cluster mission
558Emad HabibHH03 1840
1853
1854
1855
Analysis of Surface and Radar Rainfall Observations during Two Tropical Systems in South Louisiana
1139Dennis K HaggertySHSH04 2114
7514
7519
Injection times of near-relativistic solar protons and electrons
1148Dennis K HaggertySHSH04 2114
7514
7519
7534
Leading edge and peak flux density exciter speeds associated with solar type-III bursts along interplanetary field lines well-connected to Earth
2028Geoff Haines-StilesUU04 805
810
815
IGY@50: A Revolution in Opportunities for Public Engagement and Education
1716Jennifer C HainsAA01 305
345
Aerosol Measurements in the Mid-Atlantic: Trends and Uncertainty
1876Ralf HalamaVV05 1033
1037
1041
3640
Lithium Isotope Systematics of Rift-related Alkaline Igneous Rocks
1667Albert F C HaldemannININ02 5494
6225
6297
6339
6344
Science Operations on Planetary Surfaces: Lessons from Mars
1991Sharon J HallUU01 400
Ecosystem Responses to Urbanization Across the Central Arizona-Phoenix (CAP) LTER Site
611Yoo-Geun HamAA07 312
3374
4504
Modulation of Walker Circulation associated with El Nino : Role of Moist energy advection
243Julie M HamblockTT02 8012
8035
8038
8110
9350
Poly-phase Deformation Recorded in the Core of the Coast Plutonic Complex, Western British Columbia
1646D.C. HamiltonSMSM01 5737
6275
Suprathermal Ion Composition and Energy Spectra During a Compression of Saturn’s Magnetosphere
685Hwan Hee HanHH20 1818
1829
1838
1876
A water-balance approach to quantify groundwater recharge during MicroWEX-3
1234Qingyuan HanAA16 321
1645
1855
3311
3360
Impact of Crystal Shapes on the Retrieval of Ice Cloud Properties
1230Qingyuan HanAA01 319
1645
1855
3311
3360
On Remote Sensing of Retrieving Ice Crystal Shape by Satellite Observations
388Yanben HanGG04 1200
1217
7200
Studies of relationship between earthquake and astronomical phenomena in China
1984John M HancharVV07 1020
1042
1065
3630
Experimental Investigation of Trace and Minor Element Incorporation in Zircon
784Tracy Connell HancockHH06 1803
1834
1865
1866
1875
Herbicide Transport and Transformations in the Unsaturated Zone of Three Small Agricultural Basins with Corn and Soybean Row Crops
1330Gary B HansenPP01 5422
5464
5470
5494
6218
Progress on the Recalibration and Rectification of Galileo NIMS Spectral Images of the Galilean Satellites
2018Xianjun HaoBB01 400
422
480
Simultaneous Inversion of Leaf Biophysical Parameters with Remote Sensing Measurements
828Danny M HardinININ01 1637
3360
4855
6334
Implementing GEOSS Goals in Mesoamerica through the SERVIR Project
806Monica K HarkeyAA02 320
3311
3362
An Evaluation of the Impact of Idealized Heterogeneous Ice Nucleation on Lower Stratospheric Water Vapor Using the UW NMS
1460Thomas C HarmonHH12 1806
1848
1895
Multiscale River Hydraulic and Water Quality Observations Combining Stationary and Mobile Sensor Network Nodes
164Amanda HarrisHH02 1820
1821
1860
1873
Investigating Optimal Configuration of Hydrologic Models during Data Denial Situations Using Satellite Rainfall Data
977David B. HarrisSS02 7219
Detection Trends in Seismology
888Christopher G A HarrisonGPGP01 1510
1532
1545
1560
1595
Spherical Harmonic Representation of Earth and Mars: a Comparison Based on Order of Harmonic
124Kevin G HarrisonBB03 426
428
Forest-floor Litter, Carbon, and Nitrogen Accumulation due to CO2 Enrichment
1041Robert HarrisonBB06 402
426
469
470
476
Nitrogen fertilization impacts on C sequestration in Pacific Northwest Forests.
1231Markus HartingGPGP01 6022
The Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary: 25 Years of controversial discussion
194Adrian John HartleyUU07 8175
8177
Climate Change in the Central Andes: A Cause or Effect of Andean Orogenesis?
376Jeanne L HartzellBB01 409
442
470
Alteration in Solid State Phosphorous With Depth in Sediments Along the Salinity Transition Zone of a Major Chesapeake Bay Tributary
1781V Lynn HarveySASA06 340
341
3332
3349
Longitudinal Asymmetries in the Frequency of Low-Latitude Polar Mesospheric Clouds
1848Leslie E. HasbargenHH22 1625
1824
1825
1826
Some Characteristics of Drainage Basin Realignment
1762Zubeyde HatipogluHH11 1800
1831
Chemical and Isotope Composition of the Mersin-Tarsus Coastal and Hillside Aquifers
356Frank C. HawthorneMM04 3620
3630
The Stereochemistry and Chemical Composition of Interstitial Complexes in Uranyl-Oxysalt Minerals
78Keiji HayashiSHSH01 7500
7509
7511
7524
7529
The plasma parameters in the shrinking magnetic flux tubes in the solar corona
861John M HayesVV11 325
428
444
1025
1030
Crust-Mantle Carbon Exchange and Continuous Oxidation of Earth's Surface
1440Patrick HayesAA01 3307
3315
3329
3355
9335
Weather modeling for hazard and consequence assessment operations during the 2006 Winter Olympic Games
1216Rod HeelisSASA01 9800
SPA Nicolet Lecture-Our Dynamic Ionosphere
1889Craig J HeinselmanSASA05 2407
2411
2431
2437
Extended Sondrestrom Radar Observations of Ionospheric Variability at Multiple Time Scales
962Isaac HeldAA12 1637
Some robust and some non-robust aspects of the hydrological response to global warming
1283Kate HeleanMM04 3617
3620
Nuclear Waste Package Mockups: A Study of In-situ Redox State
729Bridget M HellwigVV07 3640
8414
8429
8445
Rheological Effects of Dissolved Water on Silicic Melts: The Viscosity of Hydrous Dacites and Rhyodacites from 800 to $400\deg$C
1623Sandra HendersonEDED03 805
815
Determining Light Pollution of the Global Sky: GLOBE at Night
2029Rhett HermanNSNS01 700
750
758
762
Capacitively Coupled Resistivity Survey of the Sea Ice Near Barrow, Alaska
1153Cecilia HernandezHH03 1855
Developing a Remotely Sensed Rainfall Retrieval Algorithm using Multi-Spectral Information
1978Orlando HernandezTT02 3040
8104
Crustal discontinuities of the Northern Andes interpreted from satellite, airborne and terrestrial gravity data
894Roger A HessSHSH03 7500
7513
7534
7594
7894
The STEREO Waves Data System
1264Callum J HetheringtonUU11 3625
Young Inclusions in an Old Host: Dating Alteration Events With Electron-Beam Techniques
1467Charles A HibbittsPP03 5410
5464
5470
6218
6280
CO2 in the Surfaces of the Galilean and Saturnian satellites
446Jeffrey A HickeAA16 315
428
480
1615
1616
Meteorological Inputs and Large-Scale Estimates of Carbon Fluxes
769Naomi S. HicksHH20 1860
1871
1879
The Influence of Record Length and Averaging Time on Flow Duration Curves
721Catherine A Hier-MajumderVV05 1015
1027
1060
5410
5430
Distribution of Siderophile Elements between Mantle and Core in Multistage Core Formation Processes
1964Chuck HigginsSMSM01 2732
6954
7534
Europa’s effect on Jupiter’s Radio Emission: A Galileo Study
22Kyle HilburnHH03 1836
1855
3305
3354
3360
Intercalibration of Passive Microwave Rain Products
326Matthew E HillSHSH02 2104
2124
7845
7851
7859
The Relationship Between the Energy Spectra of Anomalous Cosmic Rays and Particles in the Termination Foreshock and Heliosheath
280Matthew E HillSHSH04 2114
2139
2164
6275
``Smoke Ring" Pitch Angle Distributions of Energetic Particles Associated With Shock Passage in the Middle Heliosphere
664R V HilmerSMSM01 2442
2479
2722
2774
2799
AF-GEOSpace Version 2.1 Release
1798Markus HilpertHH14 1823
1831
1847
A Three-Dimensional Lattice-Boltzmann Model for Bacterial Chemotaxis: Traveling Bands and Groundwater Bioremediation
1290Linn W. HobbsMM04 9800
Topological Modeling of Metamict Zircon
328Michael F. HochellaVV06 463
1042
The Role of Nanoscience in the Field of Environmental Mineralogy
1951Martin HoerlingAA07 1610
1616
1626
1631
How the West Was Warmed
1036Raymond HoffAA08 305
365
478
3311
3360
3D-AQS
1942Paul F HoffmanUU06 3309
4928
5416
Falsifying the Sikussak-Oasis Hypothesis for the Tillite Group, East Greenland: Implications for Trezona-like Carbon Isotope Excursions Beneath Neoproterozoic Glacials
775Robert A HoffmanSMSM01 2790
Characterizing the Classical Auroral Substorm: Statistical analysis of the UV emission patterns
313David J HofmannUU04 599
799
1799
7599
7899
From the First Measurements of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide During the IGY to the Global Annual Greenhouse Gas Index in 2006: The Evolution of the Global Observing Network for Greenhouse Gases.
447Anne M HofmeisterVV03 3621
5139
5418
5430
5460
Thermal Conductivity Of Earth’s Deepest Mantle
1561Anne M HofmeisterMM03 3621
3924
3934
3999
5418
Probing Heat Transfer Through Infrared (IR), Near-IR, and Visible Spectroscopy of Lattice Modes, Overtones, Hydrogen Species, and Electronic Transitions
1144Christina L HollandAA07 1616
1630
1635
3339
3374
Explaining increased hurricane destructiveness over the last 30 years
1915Daniel HollandSMSM01 2744
2764
7807
7839
Determination of the Quiet-Time Current Sheet Thickness Using Geotail CPI Data and Nonlinear Dynamics Modeling
1366Elizabeth R. HollingsworthVV01 463
488
1041
8424
8440
Sulfur Isotope Chemistry of the Uzon Caldera Active Hydrothermal System, Kamchatka, Far-East Russia
1008Meike HolstOSOS02 4858
Effects of Large and Small-Source Seismic Surveys on Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles
874John HoltSASA02 355
1630
2427
2443
2447
Incoherent Scatter Radar Observations of Ionospheric Climatology, Variability, and Trends
899Martin V HoltUU11 3954
5112
8030
Scientific Applications of the Hard X-ray Nanoprobe
381Yang HongHH02 1821
1850
1854
3360
A conceptual framework for space-borne flood detection/monitoring system
660Denise K. HonnVV01 1009
1037
1090
8440
9350
Nested Calderas in the Northern Kawich Range, Central Nevada: Termination of the Ignimbrite Flare-up in the Great Basin
211Trudi HoogenboomPP01 3255
5417
6225
8147
Elastic Thickness Estimates for the Northern Lowlands of Mars
297Richard P HooperHH12 400
700
900
1000
1800
CUAHSI's Hydrologic Measurement Facility: Putting Advanced Tools in Scientists' Hands
1266Gerald A HornokCC01 724
Glaciochemistry of an Ice Core from the Tien Shan: Tracking Environmental Change in Central Asia
1517Larry W HorowitzAA04 315
322
365
1610
3324
Impact of Meteorology and Emissions on Methane Trends, 1990-2004
108James L HorwitzSMSM01 2475
2736
2760
2776
DyFK Simulation of the Geomagnetic Spectrometer Observed by POLAR/TIDE
1156George B. HospodarskySMSM01 2756
5737
6939
6984
Wave normal analysis of chorus at Saturn
15Faisal HossainHH03 1833
1840
1854
1855
1895
Multi-dimensional Modeling of Satellite Rainfall Uncertainty: An Emerging Paradigm for Studying Land Surface Modeling Uncertainty
2032Aixin HouOSOS01 4800
4840
4875
Environmental Impacts of Discharging the Hurricane Katrina Floodwaters to Lake Pontchartrain
1103Gregory A HousemanTT05 7230
8102
8120
8159
8170
Deep Seismicity Beneath the Continental Lithosphere: The SE Carpathians
2042Paul R HouserHH07 1847
1855
1863
1873
Recent Progress in Snow Data Assimilation
317Tihomir HristovOSOS04 4504
4560
6952
6964
6974
Wave-driving of the Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Implications for Radio Propagation Over the Ocean
1723Cheng-I HsiehAA01 315
1631
3379
The Structure of Turbulence in Vegetation Canopies
1988Kuo-Lin HsuHH03 1640
1873
3270
3354
Effective Merging of Precipitation Data for Hydrologic Forecasting
1552Mei-Lan HsuSASA01 310
2415
The relationship between TIMED/GUVI and Global GPS-TEC measurements in the equatorial ionization anomaly region
832Yonggang HuSMSM04 2774
Simulating Electromagnetic Ion-cyclotron (EMIC) Waves Using Hybrid Code
1772Yuanlong HuAA02 3311
3314
Aerosol Impacts on Convective Transport of Water Vapor and Polluted Air in the Upper Troposphere Over the Asian Monsoon Region
1219Bohua HuangAA15 1620
3309
3319
3339
The Potential Influence of Cloud-SST feedback on the Interannual Variability and Seasonal Predictability in the Southeastern Tropical Atlantic Ocean
1874Chia-Lin HuangSMSM04 2730
2740
2753
2774
Field Dynamics on Loss of Relativistic Electrons
30Fuqiong HuangSS01 499
1828
7223
7294
9810
the 2004 Great Sumatra Earthquake Registers on Groundwater
771Huei-Ping HuangAA15 429
466
Hindcasts of the Atlantic SST gradient with ENSO forcing and Atlantic preconditioning
309Jianliang HuangGG02 1200
1214
Spherical harmonic spectral response of different Stokes kernel modifications
190jianping huangTT01 7203
7218
7240
8120
Attenuation of Slab determined from T-wave generation by deep earthquakes
994Xiangjiang HuangHH22 1825
1854
1860
1862
1869
Impacts of the Variability of Discharges on the Long-Term Geomorphic Evolution of a Watershed
526David HuardAA17 1616
1807
1816
1846
1873
A Bayesian Framework to Include Precipitations' Seasonal Variations in the Calibration of an Hydrological Model and the Prediction of Stream Flows for Different Climatic Scenarios
535Mary K HudsonSMSM05 2774
MHD-Test Particle Modeling of Prompt 10 MeV Electron Injection Events
1373Robert D HudsonAA01 345
365
368
Regional Transport Versus Local Production of Ground Level Tropospheric Ozone in the Baltimore Region: a Statistical Analysis
105Karl Fred HuemmrichBB02 414
428
476
480
Using Reflectance Measurements to Determine Ecosystem Light Use Efficiency
1417David L. HuestisUU03 300
343
2400
2700
6207
Comparative Planetology - Atmospheres and Aeronomy
90Patrick HughesSHSH01 7594
Efficient Surface Conversion for Neutral Atom Detection*
578Glynn HulleyGG01 1220
1223
1229
1240
1294
Improved Atmospheric Refraction Modeling for Satellite Laser Ranging: Horizontal Refractivity Gradient Effects at Optical Wavelengths
986Daniel R HummerVV06 1012
3612
3620
8412
Aqueous Nucleation and Growth of Titanium Oxides Using Time-Resolved Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
885Todd M HurdHH17 1829
1831
1832
Variable Transport of Fluorescent Tracers to Springs of Mantled Karst in the Great Valley of Pennsylvania
220Margaret M HurwitzAA06 341
1620
1626
Assessing the Impact of O3 and CO2 Concentrations and SSTs on the Brewer-Dobson Circulation: An Idealized Climate Sensitivity Study
709Justin W HustoftVV05 3902
5112
5114
8125
The Role of Shear Deformation in Core Formation
1741Kevin D. HutchensonSS02 394
520
594
Prognostics using Engineering and Environmental Parameters as Applied to State of Health (SOH) Radionuclide Aerosol Sampler Analyzer (RASA) Real-Time Monitoring
1011Katja E. HuttunenSHSH01 2159
2164
7835
WIND Observations of Plasma Wave Activity in the Solar Wind Magnetic Reconnection Regions
1858Taehee HwangHH01 1807
1813
1834
1879
Signals Of Hydrologic Responses To Climatic Changes And External Disturbances
68David HysellSASA03 2415
2435
2439
2471
Shear flow effects at the onset of equatorial spread {\em F}
1167Kyung Hoon HyunOSOS01 4520
4534
4562
The Loop Current Eddy Propagation with the Topographic Effect in the Gulf of Mexico: A Modeling Study

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
1359Giada Iacono MarzianoVV11 370
1030
1036
3630
8430
Limestone Assimilation: a Dominant non-Magmatic Source of Volcanic CO2
644Robert IacovazziBB05 4894
Analysis of Relative Calibration Biases Between EOS and POES AMSU-A Instruments Using the SNO Method
824Alexander IgnatovBB05 1694
Validation of AVHRR/3 radiometric performance onboard NOAA-16, -17, and -18 by cross-comparison of their SST and Aerosol retrievals over oceans
825Alexander IgnatovAA05 550
1640
1694
4227
Towards comprehensive quality controlled time series of in situ SSTs for calibration and validation of satellite retrievals
821Alexander IgnatovAA08 305
1610
3311
4801
Compressed representation of MODIS spectral aerosol optical depth over oceans
1037Kei IkehataVV01 3600
3613
3618
3640
The Geochemistry of Volatile Species in Olivine-Hosted Melt Inclusions from Izu-Oshima Volcano, Japan
1091Catherine Imhangulaya IkhileHH05 1803
1819
The Effects of Landuse Changes on Osse-Ossiomo River Basin Hydrology: a Nigerian example
1734Marc ImhoffAA13 428
439
Assessing NPP Supply and Demand Using Earth Observation Satellites and Statistical Data
1688Elisabeth ImmerININ03 9810
9820
Knowledge Representation in Support of Data Discovery, Access, and Retrieval
1227Anand K InamdarHH07 1631
1640
1818
1836
Land Surface Temperature Retrieval from MODIS and GOES 8
1998Felipe IpININ02 1817
1821
1855
1895
5464
Flood Detection and Monitoring by Autonomous Satellite Operations: the ASE Experience
1494Thomas J IrelandVV03 1025
1033
1040
3615
8415
Osmium Isotope Systematics and PGE Abundances of Hawaiian Picrites
1262James IrvingNSNS04 600
609
689
910
Improving Crosshole GPR Velocity Tomography at Close Borehole Spacings
1225Pierre Van IseghemMM04 3600
3610
3620
3699
Radionuclide behaviour and geochemistry upon geological disposal of HLW glass and spent fuel in Boom Clay: overview and critical assessment
2022Alexandra IsernININ01 9820
Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental Observatories
1668Elizabeth N ItsSS01 7260
Riemann-Hilbert Approach to Scattering Problems in Elastic Media
796Erik R. IvinsGG05 726
1217
1223
1240
1621
GRACE extended mission: An opportunity to test PGR signature and other secular trends

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409Charles H. JackmanSASA04 340
341
342
3334
Dynamical Changes Induced by the Solar Proton Events in October-November 2003
1815Jennifer M. JacksonMM02 3909
3919
3954
Sound velocities of upper mantle minerals determined by nuclear resonant inelastic x-ray scattering
1378Robert B. JacksonBB03 428
439
476
1615
Changes in Belowground Carbon Cycling After 10 Years at the Duke Free-Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) Experiment
1252Robert D. JacobiTT04 905
8103
8110
The Corner Zone of the Pennsylvania Salient in the Northern Appalachian Basin of NYS and PA: Separating the Spiderweb of Faults Into Grenvillian to Present Strands That can Stretch From the Surface to 250 km Depth
618Jennifer M JacobsHH05 1818
1880
Satellite-Based Solar Radiation and Potential and Reference Evapotranspiration Estimates in Florida
936Steven D JacobsenMM02 1030
3600
3900
3909
3924
Effect of water on the elastic properties of nominally anhydrous minerals
1246A. Hope JahrenBB01 400
9800
Environmental Reconstruction of the Arctic middle Eocene using Stable Isotope Analyses of Terrestrial Substrates
132Montgomery L JamiHH12 400
Integrated Hydrologic Science and Environmental Engineering Observatory: CLEANER`s Vision for the WATERS Network
136Philip M JardineHH25 1832
Investigating the Influence of Remedial Capping on the Hydrological, Geochemical, and Microbial Processes that Control Subsurface Contaminant Migration at WAG 5 on the Oak Ridge Reservation: Implications toward Long-Term Stewardship
1513Jon JarvisNSNS03 689
1835
5104
GPR Waves at the Interface: An Investigation of Electromagnetic Wave Polarization Attributes for Fracture Characterization
1087Mathieu JavauxNSNS07 1835
1852
Non-Invasive Methods to Characterize Soil-Plant Interactions at Different Scales
1299Ali JawadININ01 540
758
1640
1855
3360
Evaluation of image enhancing techniques for remotely sensed vegetation image interpretation
1105Sebastien JegoVV08 8413
8445
Solubility of Au in Intermediate Silicate Melts : Experimental Demonstration of the Effect of S
91Chunxiao JiHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
The Numerical Simulation on Orographic Effect on the Typhoon Rananim During Landfalling
383Sang-Woo JIHH11 1831
1871
An Investigation of the Acid Rock Drainage Generation from the Road Cut Slope in the Middle Part of South Korea
1093Yan JiaSS02 7203
7218
7219
7255
7270
Technical Aspects of Seismic Station Processing at the IDC/CTBTO
1735Ying-Dong JiaPP01 2732
2756
6219
6220
A Multispecies MHD Model for the Interaction of Io¡¯s Atmosphere with the Jupiter Plasma Torus
679Weiyuan JiangDIDI02 5430
Numerical Simulation of Martian Historical Dynamo
1095Emili Kyung JinAA15 1616
3238
3305
4215
4263
Predictability of Coupled GCM Forecasts: The Influence of Model Deficiency on the Forecast Skill
1089Emilia Kyung JinAA15 1616
3238
3305
4255
4263
Predictability of Coupled GCM Forecasts: Error Growth and its Seasonal Dependency
456Kyoung-Wook JinHH03 1854
3354
Error Estimates on the Retrieval of Precipitation using Satellite Passive Microwave Measurements
1180AKE JOHANSSONAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
Prediction Skill of the NAO and PNA from Daily to Seasonal Time-scales
820Viju Oommen JohnAA02 300
Comparison of UTH in IPCC AR4 coupled GCMs to microwave observations
233Robert E JohnsonPP01 5737
5759
6063
6280
The Enceladus Neutral Cloud and the OH Torus
941Thomas J JohnsonGG06 350
1200
1223
1239
Atmospheric Excitation of Newly Observed Short Period Retrograde Loops in Polar Motion
1471David T JohnstonVV08 315
406
412
414
Addressing the fractionation potential of the sulfate reduction pathway: insights into sulfur and oxygen isotopic fractionation in sulfate and sulfide
1484David T JohnstonUU06 330
414
Sulfur isotope evidence active microbial disproportionation in the middle Proterozoic: insights into Earth surface change
16MP JonathanBB04 478
4802
4825
Pollution Status of South East Coast of India: A Baseline Review Based on Surface and Core Sediments
262Chris A JonesDIDI02 5734
Energy Sources, Magnetic Reynolds Numbers and Field Strengths in Planetary Dynamos
460Christopher K JonesHH20 1804
1808
1819
1847
1855
An Integrated Approach (RS, GIS, & Modeling) for the Assessment of the Disintegration and Renovation of the Mesopotamian Marshlands
1576Colin G JonesAA12 1637
3314
3354
Simulating the Asian Monsoon with a high-resolution Regional Climate Model; Investigating the links between land-surface processes and atmospheric convection.
357Samuel T JonesSMSM05 2753
2778
Wave particle diffusion of energetic ring current ions
630Nikisa S JordanAA08 305
365
478
3311
3360
GOES Aerosol and Smoke Product AOD Compared with In-situ PM2.5 Measurements
882Thomas E. JordanHH18 402
454
469
483
496
Using Stable Isotopes of N and O in Nitrate as Indicators of Denitrification in Agricultural Watersheds
884Shibu JoseBB06 428
439
470
476
Carbon Sequestration and intensive silviculture: The southern U.S. Experience
1530Alicia T JosephHH07 1855
Passive Microwave Soil Moisture Retrieval Using a Ground-Based L-Band (1.26 GHz) Radiometer Acquired During the Corn Growing Season in 2002
392Manoj JoshiAA02 1616
3305
3334
3344
3362
The influence of stratospheric water vapour changes on the extratropical tropospheric circulation on different timescales
1158Robert J JoyceHH03 1640
1895
3354
Improvements to AMSU-B Derived Rainfall From Limb Adjustments and Normalization to TRMM TMI Rainfall
1397Phoebe JudgeTT03 8111
8150
8164
The Evolution of Paleostress Fields Adjacent to the Transpressional Alpine Fault in Southwest New Zealand
2053S. Kim JuniperMM01 3600
NEPTUNE Canada Community Science Experiments
596Liisa JuusolaSASA01 2407
2409
Estimating the Hall to Pedersen Conductance Ratio From Ground and Satellite Magnetic Data

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
79Erik D KabelaHH05 1843
1847
1855
Dew Duration and Amount on Corn Leaves as Determined From SMEX05 Measurements and Reanalysis Using the ALEX Model
389Ichirow KaihotsuHH08 1812
1818
1838
1866
1875
Soil Moisture Conditions for the Last Five Years in the Cold Dry Steppes of Mongolia
1051Andrey G. KalinichevVV06 1009
1011
1042
Molecular dynamics simulation of water at mineral surfaces: Structure, dynamics, energetics and hydrogen bonding
384Sang-Soo KANGHH11 1800
1880
Prediction of coal mine water flow due to the suspension of forced drainage - Gohan and Sabuk areas, Kangwon, Korea
1577Sarah KangPPPP02 1620
3305
3319
Controls on the ITCZ Position in an Idealized Moist GCM
1714Shujiang KangHH11 402
496
1860
1872
1879
Detecting Temporal Structure of Hydrological Processes and Water Quality Using Wavelet Analysis
1015Tharanga M KariyawasamSASA04 3309
3315
3332
3360
3369
Theoretical Analysis of the Temperature Variations and the Krassovsky Ratio for Long Period Gravity Waves
18Bijaya B KarkiMM03 530
3094
3919
3924
First-principles computation and visualization of defect and liquid properties of mantle minerals
1580Christopher C KarmoskyAA03 736
1863
3309
3354
3364
Synoptic Weather Patterns Leading to Snowfall in the Northeastern United States and the Resulting Spatial Distribution of Snowfall Amounts
58Kristopher B KarnauskasAA03 1800
1812
1833
1836
1854
A Palmer Drought Severity Index for the North American Regional Reanalysis and the ECMWF 40-Year Reanalysis: Linkages to Large-Scale Circulation and Climate Variability
1833Justin C KasperSHSH03 6900
7524
7534
7847
7851
Future instrumentation for solar and interplanetary radiophysics
489N E KassimSHSH03 6900
7500
7900
Charting the Last Electromagnetic Frontier with the Long Wavelength Array (LWA)
482Namir KassimSHSH03 5400
6900
7500
7900
Solar and Planetary Observations with a Lunar Radio Telescope
912Namir E KassimSHSH03 6900
7500
7900
The Long Wavelength Array
125Nitin KatiyarHH02 1821
1855
1866
1873
An Open-Book Modular Watershed Modeling Framework for Rapid Prototyping of GPM-based Flood Forecasting in International River Basins
42Stephen J. KatzbergHH05 694
933
1640
1866
Calibration of Reflected GPS for Soil Moisture and Hydrology
1586Alan J. KaufmanUU06 429
473
1041
1630
9622
Atmospheric, Climatic, and Biological Evolution at Both Ends of the Proterozoic Eon
1521Alan J. KaufmanVV08 424
473
1051
1630
9622
Environmental Change in the Prelude to a Neoproterozoic Ice Age: Sulfur Isotope Evidence from the Shaler Supergroup, Northwest Territories, Canada
1961Sujay S. KaushalBB07 461
478
493
496
Variations in Heavy Metals Across Urban Streams
353Hirofumi KawakuboSHSH03 2400
2439
2494
7500
7594
The Effect of the Ionospheric Fluctuation to the FASR imaging capability and the Strategy for its Calibration
1785Jennifer KayAA01 320
1626
3311
3359
3360
Physical Controls on Cirrus Cloud Inhomogeneity
1119Suzanne Mahlburg KayUU07 1020
3619
3621
3640
9360
Temporal Evolution of Mafic Magmas in the Southern Puna of the Central Andes
316Gerta KellerPP02 1065
1630
3030
4944
5420
Chicxulub Impact Predates K-T Boundary: new evidence from Texas
1794Julie R KelleyNSNS05 925
994
3625
3675
5109
Geologic Controls on Geophysics for Tunnel Detection
1327Michael C. KelleySASA03 2411
2427
2439
2443
2772
On Anomalous Diffusion and Its Role in Middle Latitude Sporadic {\em E} Layers
172Michael J KendraSASA06 3332
3334
Polar Mesospheric Cloud Prediction and Observation
1838Stephen T KenworthyHH19 1825
1856
1862
1879
4804
Longitudinal and Local Variability in Streambed Habitat Characteristics, Upper Green River, Kentucky
1560Steve KenyonGG02 1214
1219
Towards the Next Earth Gravitational Model to Degree 2160: Status and Progress
1203Larry KepkoSHSH04 342
724
2479
7514
7974
Inter-hemispheric comparisons of SPE-associated Impulsive Nitrate Enhancements in Polar Ice
944Christian KeppenneAA15 4260
4262
4263
4522
4532
Ensemble Data Assimilation and its Impact on Seasonal Forecasting Skill
57Derrill KerrickVV11 370
1030
4930
8410
Modeling the Global Carbon Cycle: The Volcanic CO$_{2}$ Paleodegassing Enigma
71Kiran KesireddyHH11 1831
Tracing of saltwater intrusion and environmental consequences of aquaculture in the Pennar delta, India using Remote Sensing, GIS and geochemical criteria
1643Abedalrazq F. KhalilAA10 430
545
1854
3238
3245
PROBABILISTIC QUANTITATIVE PRECIPITATION FORECAST FOR EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
1027Islam KhallafHH01 545
1829
1838
1866
1875
Modeling the Effect of Small Scale Fluid Exchange on the Formation of Unstable Wetting Front
218Vasili KharchenkoSHSH02 2144
X-ray Emission of OVII and OVIII Ions Induced in Heliosphere by the Solar Wind
1920Krishan K KhuranaPP01 2740
2756
2764
5443
A Model of Saturn's Magnetospheric Field Based on Latest Cassini Observations
1325David W KicklighterGCGC03 414
428
439
466
469
Relative Importance of Multiple Stresses on Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration
871Hyosub KilSASA03 2415
2435
2437
2439
Investigation of the dependence of the storm-induced ExB drift on the local time, storm phase, and storm size
1106Hyemi KimAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
Intraseasonal Variability associated with the Asian summer monsoon in climate prediction models
907Hyomin KimSMSM01 2487
2736
2740
2752
2790
Seasonal variations of Pi1B propagation asymmetries at conjugate hemispheres in association with substorm onset
1862Hyun Jin KimHH09 493
1813
1836
1860
1871
Thermal Fluxes and Temperatures in Small Urban Headwater Streams of the BES LTER: Landscape Forest and Impervious Patches and the Importance of Spatial and Temporal Scales
1353Hyung Rae KimGPGP01 1219
1243
1517
Antarctic lithospheric magnetic anomalies from ADMAP, CHAMP and \O rsted data
598Kyoung-Man KimHH11 1800
1880
Application Of Immobilized Sulfate Reducing Bacteria For Permeable Reactive Barriers In Abandoned Coal Mines
1450Yeonjoo KimAA10 426
1626
1833
1843
1866
Impact of vegetation feedback at subseasonal \& seasonal timescales on precipitation over North America
1356Joseph KingSMSM02 525
530
2149
2164
Solar and solar wind properties determined from 30 years of OMNI data
657Robert KingdonGG02 1214
1219
1229
1299
The cost in accuracy of assuming a lateral density distribution in corrections to Helmert orthometric heights
814Douglas E KinnisonAA06 341
3334
Chemistry-Climate Model Simulations of Secular Trends in the Middle Atmosphere: Past and Future
895Julie D KirshteinBB10 400
414
432
448
471
Efficacy of a Passive Diffusion Sampler to Assess Microbial Spatial Dynamics in a Contaminated Aquifer-wetland System
1020P. KishoreAA06 1610
3305
3309
3334
3362
CHAMP and SAC-C studies of gravity waves during stratospheric warming events
1335Lynn M KistlerSMSM01 2736
2744
2764
2788
2790
Ionospheric Input to the Plasmasheet During Storm-time and Non-Storm Substorms
1866Chieko KittakaAA08 305
345
368
Improvement of Aerosol Modeling Using a MODIS AOD Assimilation
1505David KitzmillerHH13 1816
1853
Development and Planned Operational Applications Of A Conditional Error Model For Radar Rainfall Estimates
938Margaret G KivelsonPP01 2756
5443
7859
Evidence for Corotating Convection in Saturn's Magnetosphere
757Susan KizerAA01 305
SAGE III Limb Scattering Data Distribution
866Gunther KletetschkaGPGP03 1521
1527
1540
1594
1599
TRM in Low Magnetic Fields: a minimum field that can be recorded by large multidomain grains
822Michael M. KlidaSMSM04 2720
2724
2731
2740
Electron Pitch Angle Distribution Observations and Simulations Pertaining to Losses From the Inner Magnetosphere
833Alex KlimasSMSM03 2723
2740
2748
2753
2790
Modeling the Self-Organized Critical Behavior of Earth's Plasma Sheet Reconnection Dynamics
1247Norbert KlitzschNSNS07 1835
1859
1865
How Does Hydrocarbon Decrease the Electrical Resisitivity of Soils?
1355Tara A KneeshawBB10 412
414
418
497
Evaluation of Kinetic Controls on SO42- Reduction at Experimentally Induced Small-Scale Mixing Interfaces Using Modified Push-Pull Tests in a Landfill-Leachate Contaminated Wetland, Norman Landfill
1891Rosemary KnightNSNS04 520
The Support Volume of Geophysical Measurement: How and Why to Define It
1332Rosemary KnightNSNS01 9800
NG/Union Lecture
2003Robert G KnoxAA13 480
1615
1632
1637
3322
Historical Changes in the Biophysical Properties of Land Cover in the Eastern United States
1200John P KochendorferHH20 1813
1818
1851
1866
1876
Water Balance Controls on Vegetation Productivity Across the Climatic Gradients of the Central United States
1491John P KochendorferAA03 1620
1866
3305
3322
3354
The Relative Contributions of Low-Frequency Atmospheric Circulation, Chaotic Dynamics and Land-Atmosphere Feedbacks to the Variability of the Regional-Scale Water Balance
1178Mimi KoehlOSOS01 442
4524
4568
4804
4890
Hydrodynamics on the Scales of Biological Processes
147Marianne KoenigININ05 394
850
1640
Real-Time Access to Meteosat Data Using the ADDE Server Technology
2021Mikhail G KoganGG07 1229
6924
6929
7218
Rigidity of Major Plates and Microplates Estimated From GPS Solution GPS2006.0
256Tetsu KogisoUU11 1025
1038
1094
3665
3954
Search for Platinum-Group Element Nuggets in Terrestrial Rock Samples Using Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Absorption and Fuorescence Imaging
1315Tomas KohoutGPGP03 1533
1540
5440
6205
6240
Testing the origin of the magnetic record of chondrites
1435Shobha KondraguntaAA08 305
345
Air Quality Forecast Verification using Satellite Data
872Azadeh KoohzareGG04 1211
1217
1295
1299
1709
The Contribution of Northern US Geodetic Data to the Study of Vertical Deformations of the Crust in Canada
1108Ilan KorenAA08 1029
3305
3310
3311
4801
On clouds twilight zone
2015Fawna J KorhonenUU02 3612
3617
3660
8102
9350
Silicate-Oxide Equilibria in the Wilson Lake Terrane, Labrador – Evidence for a Pre-Metamorphic Oxidizing Event
1401Fae L. KorsmoHGHG02 700
1700
6620
The IGY and the Promise of Openness
1832Karen M KortzEDED01 800
825
840
845
850
Creating Lecture Tutorials for the Introductory Geoscience Classroom with Data Found on the Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE) Website
1843Jan KoslerUU11 1100
1150
1194
Isotopic dating of accessory minerals by laser ablation ICP-MS: a mature technique?
298Randal D. KosterAA10 1626
1833
1843
1854
Using Observed Spatial Correlation Structures of Rainfall and Temperature to Improve the Skill of Subseasonal Forecasts Relying on Land Surface Moisture Initialization
1528Zavareh KothavalaAA12 429
1616
3355
Inter-annual Variability of Precipitation Intensity Simulated by Three Regional Climate Models
1412Athanasios KoutavasPPPP02 3305
3344
4922
Holocene Modulation of ENSO by the Intertropical Convergence Zone
1462Janet U KozyraSASA05 2407
2730
2744
2788
The geoeffectiveness of a short (1 hr) spike of extreme southward IMF on 24 August 2005: Superstorm or not?
1647Janet U KozyraSMSM02 2199
2499
2799
A Sun-to-Earth Campaign Joining Observations from the Great Observatory with Worldwide Satellite and Ground-Based Resources to Investigate System Science Frontiers
937Sumathi KPM SaminathanBB01 409
461
486
Geochemistry Of Lead In Contaminated Soils: Effects Of Soil Physico-Chemical Properties
1692Anne W KramerAA04 300
3252
4468
Universality in the Spatial Variability of Atmospheric Chemical Constituents
351Vladimir A. KrasnopolskyPP01 5405
5410
6295
Detection of Nitric Oxide in the Lower Atmosphere of Venus and Upper Limit for Mars
343Vladimir A. KrasnopolskyPP01 5405
5410
6225
Photochemistry of the Martian Atmosphere: Global Model and Seasonal, Latitudinal, and Diurnal Variations
338Vladimir A. KrasnopolskyPP01 5405
5410
6225
Long-Term Spectroscopic Observations of Latitudinal and Seasonal Variations of O$_2$ Dayglow and CO on Mars
364Dmitry KrasnoshchekovDIDI01 1212
1213
7207
8124
Fine Structure of the Outermost Solid Core from Analysis of PKiKP Coda Waves
867Brian T. KressSMSM05 2144
2720
2774
7845
3D Test Particle Simulations of the Injection of Ultra-relativistic Radiation Belt Electrons During the 29 Oct 2003 (Halloween) SSC
1602Stamatios M KrimigisSHSH02 7524
7807
7845
7851
Similarities and Differences between the Termination Foreshock/ Bow Shock and Planetary Bow Shocks
608K. S. KrishnaTT02 1218
1550
7294
Nature of the Crust in the Laxmi Basin, Western Continental Margin of India
86Sam KruckerSHSH04 7500
7514
7519
7554
Solar HXR Emission and Energetic Electron events seen at 1~AU: A temporal and spectral comparison
87Sam KruckerSHSH03 7500
7519
7534
7554
Imaging of a radio type II burst relative to the CME shock
925Debra K KrummEDED03 805
3311
The NASA CloudSat Education Network
1344Sarah KruseNSNS01 9800
NS/Union Lecture
411Roman KrzysztofowiczHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Bayesian Processor of Output for Probabilistic Quantitative Precipitation Forecasting
449Weijia KuangDIDI02 1507
1510
1517
3238
3315
Constraining numerical geodynamo modeling with surface observations
1960Zhiming KuangAA14 1626
3310
3314
3374
Simulating the interaction between deep convection and large-scale circulations with coarse-resolution nonhydrostatic models
100James D KubickiVV06 1009
As(III) and As(V) adsorption mechanisms to Al- and Fe-oxy(hydr)oxides
101James D KubickiMM03 1009
Quantum mechanical calculations and mineral spectroscopy
1651H. KucharekSHSH01 2102
2114
2134
2139
2152
On the Acceleration of Helium in the Heliosphere
1434Erhan KudekiSASA03 2415
2439
2471
2494
ALTAIR observations of post-sunset E region irregularities during Equis 2 Campaign
390Bernd KulessaNSNS08 416
418
432
614
925
Self-Potential (SP) and Active Electrical Geophysical Assessment of Bioremediation at a Contaminated Gasworks Plant
1801Mark S KulieHH03 1854
1855
3354
3360
Microwave Remote Sensing of Lake-Induced Snowfall: Observation, Modeling, and Cloud Microphysical Implications
797Arun KumarAA15 1620
1635
3337
Signal-to-Noise, Predictability Limits, and Seasonal Predictions
62Manish KumarHH11 1829
1830
1831
1834
Groundwater Quality Assessment by Using Hydrogeochemical Methods in the National Capital Territory -Delhi, India
1829Mukesh KumarHH20 1804
1840
1848
1878
1879
Strategies for Large Scale Implementation of a Multiscale, Multiprocess Integrated Hydrologic Model
1863Mukesh KumarAA16 480
1836
1840
Automated Detection and Spatio-Temporal Classification of Channel Reaches in Semi-arid Southwestern US Using ASTER
491MUKUL R KUNDUSHSH03 6954
7519
7534
Flare-Associated Decimeter TypeIV Bursts at High Frequencies
863Prasun K KunduHH03 1833
1840
1854
1855
1895
Scale Dependence of the Spatial Statistics of Radar Rainfall Observed During TOGA-COARE
1061William S. KurthSMSM01 2772
5737
7815
A Survey of Electrostatic Solitary Structures in the Jovian Magnetosphere
1065William S. KurthSHSH03 2124
2126
5737
7534
7847
Low Frequency Radio Emissions in the Heliosphere
479William P KustasHH07 1843
1855
3322
3360
Implications of Radiometric- Aerodynamic Temperature Differences for Heat Flux Estimation
1682Joel S, KuszmaulHH23 1821
1829
1865
1880
Prediction of Piping Erosion Along Middle Mississippi River Levees Using an Empirical Model of Incidents
1918Alexander KutepovSASA06 340
350
360
1640
Sensitivity of IR Temperature Retrievals in the Polar Summer MLT to NLTE considerations
465Vadim KuzminHH01 466
545
1225
1847
3333
Automatic Calibration of Multi-Parameter and Distributed Models
637Gennady I. KuznetsovAA15 340
3270
3319
3334
On Relations Between the Ozonosphere and the General Atmospheric Circulation in Tropics
1312Maria M KuznetsovaSMSM03 2723
2744
2748
2784
2788
Multi-Scale Modeling of Magnetospheric Reconnection.
1333Maria M KuznetsovaSMSM02 530
545
2199
2753
7954
Modeling Services at the Community Coordinated Modeling Center in Support of Science Needs for the Great Observatory Data Systems.
1675Hyun-Han KwonAA15 430
545
1854
3238
3245
Application of Nonhomogeneous Hidden Markov Models for Multiscale Rainfall Simulations

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329R.W. Jay LaceyHH19 1813
1825
1856
A Hydrodynamic Investigation of Instream Pebble Clusters in Gravel-Bed Rivers With Implications for Fish Habitat
473Irene H LaddEDED03 805
815
820
825
Inquiry Based Projects Using Student Ozone Measurements and the Status of Using Plants as Bio-Indicators
484Venkat LakshmiNSNS04 1865
1866
1895
1899
Remote sensing and scaling of satellite derived hydrological variables
485Venkat LakshmiHH05 1865
1866
1895
1899
Synergistic use of Active Passive Remote Sensing in Change Detection
691Rattan LalBB06 4806
Carbon Sequestration in Forest Soils
1700Upmanu LallAA15 430
545
1854
3238
3245
An empirical investigation of large scale summer rainfall mechanisms and short to long range predictability of rainfall extremes in the Everglades National Park, S. Florida
754John W LaneNSNS11 925
1829
1835
1895
Electrical Resistivity Monitoring of Voids: Results of Dynamic Modeling Experiments
403Megan W. LangNSNS12 1807
1820
1855
1890
Radar Monitoring of Hydrology in Maryland's Coastal Plain Wetlands: Implications for Predicted Climate Change and Improved Management
1869Stephen E LangAA14 321
High-Resolution CRM Simulations from IHOP: Cloud-Radiation Interactions
1595Charles H LangmuirVV03 1000
3000
Mantle Temperature Variations
991D. LarioSHSH04 2114
2139
7514
7984
Radial and longitudinal dependence of solar 4-13 MeV and 27-37 MeV proton peak intensities and fluences: Helios and IMP-8 observations
1877Kristopher W LarsenPP01 5405
5410
6280
6281
Seasonal Effects on the Distribution of Hydrocarbons and Water in Titan's Atmosphere.
1737Laurel E.G. LarsenHH21 466
470
1813
1825
1890
Feedback Mechanisms Driving Landscape Heterogeneity and Geometry in a Low-Gradient, Pulsed Flow Peatland
1438Angela Marie LarsonSS01 7203
7208
7230
8121
9310
Examining the Mantle Transition Zone Beneath the Transantarctic Mountains From Receiver Functions Using TAMSEIS Data
528David John LaryBB05 452
Using Probability Distribution Functions for Satellite Validation
532david John LaryAA04 300
Determining length scales of spatial variability
1845Meka E. LasterEDED06 800
850
855
An Innovative Educational Approach for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
1163Daniel P LathropDIDI02 1213
1507
1510
4490
5440
Building Laboratory Models of Planetary Cores
1420William LauAA03 1616
1626
1655
Hydroclimate feedback induced by aerosols over the Asian monsoon regions - the elevated-heat-pump hypothesis
300William K. M. LauAA07 1600
DETECTING TRENDS IN TROPICAL RAINFALL CHARACTERISTICS DURING 1979-2003
626Roger D. LauniusHGHG02 1700
1739
1799
“The IGY and the Satellite Race: A Reconsideration of a Cold War Crisis that Never Should Have Been”
698Monica LaurenzaSHSH01 7509
7524
7529
Search for Quasi Periodic Variations in the Large Scale Solar Magnetic Field
1209Seymour W LaxonGG03 750
1294
1621
9310
9315
Estimates of sea ice Freeboard and Thickness From Space-borne Altimetry : Past Present and Future
1136Ronan J Le BrasSS02 7203
7218
7219
7255
7270
Network Processing and Waveform Technologies Fusion at the IDC/CTBTO
97Judith L LeanSASA02 355
7959
7969
7974
Upper Atmosphere Variations During the Solar Cycle, Inferred from Spacecraft Drag from 1991 to 2005
1049John G. LearnedUU12 932
1025
1040
1507
7207
Neutrinos From the Earth: A New Tool for Geology
1000Thierry LeblancAA06 340
341
Simultaneous lidar and EOS MLS measurements, and modeling, of an unprecedented polar ozone filament event over Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii
1495Martin LeducAA12 3255
3300
3315
3333
3355
Regional Climate Model Sensitivity to Domain Size
257Chinshuang LeeCC01 738
1863
The light emission produced by using different ion species bombarding various mixed ices
1256DONG EUN LEEAA15 3305
The Impact of Direct Forcing for SST on the Low Frequency Climate Variability in the Midlatitude North Pacific
458Gyuwon LeeHH13 1840
Generating ensembles of radar estimates of precipitation and enseble nowcasts
1704June-Yi LeeAA15 3337
A Forecast Skill Comparison between CliPAS One-Tier and Two-Tier Hindcast Experiments
1795Myong-In LeeAA10 3310
3337
3339
Simulations of tropical sub-seasonal variability in the idealized aqua-planet AGCMs
730Sukyoung LeeAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
Mechanism of poleward propagation of zonal mean flow anomalies
217Temple R. LeeHH20 1813
1818
1866
1876
Inferred bimodality in the distribution of soil moisture at Big Meadows, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
879William P LeemanVV05 1041
3060
3613
3619
8170
Boron Concentrations and Isotopic Compositions in Volcanic Arc Lavas Provide Unique Insights into Subduction Processes
1096Carsten LemmenAA06 341
550
1610
3337
Multidecadal (1960--1999) chemical ozone loss in the Antarctic polar vortex inferred from tracer-tracer correlations and the chemistry-climate model E39C
966Vilma Castro LeonININ05 800
820
9800
Weather Knowledge: No Longer the Privilege of Meteorologists and Weather Services - Information and the Overturning of the Gods
1809Gregory LeptoukhAA04 305
365
3270
Exploring Variability of Gaseous Composition of the Troposphere Using Giovanni Online Visualization and Analysis Tool
99Robert LerchHH06 1803
1871
1879
Herbicide Contamination and Transport in Northern Missouri and Southern Iowa Streams
1514Manuel LerdauBB09 400
426
439
490
493
Vegetation dynamics of (sub)urban landscapes and biogeochemistry
212R A LeskeSHSH01 2114
7513
7514
Studies of Ultra-Heavy Elements in Solar Energetic Particles Above 10 MeV/nucleon
636Priscille LesneVV08 8430
8445
Solubility of C-H-O-S Volatiles in Basaltic Melts.
1123Marc R LessardSASA05 2400
2700
3300
7500
7900
Interhemispheric Differences in Substorm Onsets as Determined from Pi1B Pulsations
23Ingo H LeubnerPP01 1626
1650
6200
6299
Variability of Stellar and Solar Radii and Effect on Planetary Orbits and Temperatures
1967Irene LeungMM01 1025
3934
8124
Opalescent Diamonds Enriched in Hydrocarbon Fluids
1896L. Ruby LeungAA12 1637
1655
3314
3355
Analysis and Evaluation of WRF Tropical Channel Simulations
745Steven M LevVV01 1040
1051
1065
Reconstructing the Acadian Hinterland: Isotopic and Trace Element Evidence of Multiple Sources to the Upper Devonian Central and Southern Appalachian Basin
736Zev LevinHH04 345
1637
1854
3305
3360
The Effects of Air Pollution Particles on Clouds and Precipitation
1644Creon LevitININ01 520
525
530
Viewpoints: Interactive Exploration of Large Multivariate Earth and Space Science Data Sets
251Anatoli L LevshinSS02 7219
7255
Toward a Rayleigh Wave Attenuation Model for Eurasia
436Robert C LevyAA08 305
345
360
394
Air Quality Applications for the new Over-land MODIS Aerosol Products
2039Yetta LewisEDED03 805
820
Real Science, Real Learning: Bridging the Gap Between Scientists, Educators and Students
1161Michelle L L'HeureuxAA10 1610
1616
3305
3309
Boreal winter links between the Madden-Julian Oscillation and the Arctic Oscillation
1292Can LiAA04 300
305
345
365
368
Aerosol and Trace Gas Sources in Northern China: Changes in Concentrations Before and After the Official “Heating Season” Help Characterize Emissions From Coal-Fired Boilers
202Feng LiAA06 325
340
341
The Strength of the Brewer-Dobson Circulation in a Changing Climate
303Fuqin LiHH07 1800
1818
1836
1843
1855
Effect of Remote Sensing Spatial Resolution on Interpreting Tower Based Flux Observations
1121Gary Gang LiSS02 500
7200
Simplified Distributed Computing
583Hui LiGG04 1219
7200
7223
Study on the Dynamic source of the Lijing Earthquake (Ms 7.1, .Feb. 1996) Using of Repeated Gravimetric Data
587Hui LiGG04 1200
1217
Dynamic Gravimetry in China
987Jie LiVV05 3924
8115
8125
Solid-liquid boundaries in iron-rich alloys and the age of the Earth’s inner core
1088Jui-Lin LiAA14 300
550
4255
Comparisons of EOS MLS Cloud Ice Measurements with ECMWF analyses and Multi-Scale-Modeling Simulations
144Kim LIHH03 1833
1840
1854
1855
1895
A New Retrieval Method Applied to Obtain the Wind Field of Storms Producing Heavy Precipitation
386Min LiMM01 1012
3620
3924
3934
Study of Raman Spectroscopy on Phase Relations of CaCO$_{3}$ at High Temperature and High Pressure
948Xiaowen LiHH04 305
Detecting Aerosol Effect on Deep Precipitation Systems: A Modeling Study
512Xuyong LiBB04 439
442
470
498
499
Effects of Watershed and Estuary Characteristics on The Abundance of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Chesapeake Bay subestuaries
584Yong LIGG06 1239
Secular Variation of Earth¡¯s Rotation Inferred from Chinese Ancient Astronomical Records
127Yuefeng LiGG04 1709
Formulas to Calculate Variation of Plumeline Deflection
1977Zhanqing LiAA08 305
345
3300
3359
3360
Space-borne and ground-based observation of Aerosols in China and an overview of the EAST-AIRE
145Zheng-xin LiGG04 1211
1217
1219
7223
A Study on Earthquake-Related Geoid Deformation at Beijing-Tangshan and West Yunnan During 1985-1998
378Jie LianMM04 9800
Radiation and Thermal Stability of Murataite Ceramics Nuclear Waste Forms
1308Kimberly A LichtenbergPP01 5464
5470
Mars Express OMEGA Data for Orbits 24 and 72 Over the Spirit Rover Landing Site and Columbia Hills
684Young-Kwon LimAA09 1610
1626
1637
3305
3322
Statistical Downscaling of the FSUGSM Temperature and Precipitation over the Southeast United States
734R. P. LinSHSH04 7513
7514
7519
7554
7984
Comparing RHESSI Hard X-ray and Gamma-ray Observations of Solar Energetic Particles (SEPs) at the Sun and Direct Observations of SEPs in situ Near 1AU
1953Xin LinAA14 320
321
Observational evaluation of long-term 3-D cloud simulations forced by the NASA GEOS analyses.
149Niklas LindeNSNS06 689
925
1835
1875
3260
Inferred Zonation and Petrophysical Relationships in Unsaturated Sherwood Sandstone From Jointly Inverted ERT and GPR Traveltime Data
1852Joseph F LingevitchSS02 3285
3337
3360
3362
7219
Parabolic Equation Methods for Modeling Atmospheric Infrasound Propagation
355Jon A LinkerSHSH01 2169
7509
7524
7546
7549
Global MHD Models of the Solar Corona with Realistic Energy Transport*
197Megan E LinkinAA03 429
1899
3305
3319
Teleconnection Patterns Associated with Extreme Hydrologic Events in North America
670Kan LiouSASA01 2439
6929
6934
6994
Empirical Method for Slant Correction of Total Electron Content
1892Carey M LissePP01 6225
6299
Spitzer Space Telescope Observations of the Deep Impact Encounter with Comet 9P/Tempel 1
1499ChiChing LiuTT01 1207
7215
8118
8164
Slow Earthquakes and Typhoons in Taiwan
112CHung-Ming LiuAA09 1610
1626
1637
Developing a Statistical Downscaling Method of Near Surface Temperature for Small Islands
858don liuDIDI02 520
530
545
560
1213
Observing System Simulation Experiments in Geomagnetic Data Assimilation
1968Elizabeth B. LiuHH08 1829
1846
1847
1849
1875
Drainage Studies Using Pore-Scale Approaches
1205Hongqing LiuAA08 305
Estimation of Global Scale Aerosol Properties
1831Junjie LiuHH13 1719
Assimilation precipitation with Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter
1677mingliang liuGCGC03 315
414
1632
1637
1836
Dynamics of Water Yield From China’s Terrestrial Ecosystems in the 20th Century: Impact of Climate Change, Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, Tropospheric Ozone, and Land-Use
859Yanan LiuVV08 1749
3618
3630
3640
Sulfur Concentration at Sulfide Saturation in Anhydrous Silicate Melts at Crustal Conditions
504Yong C.-M. LiuSMSM03 7829
7851
7867
Ion-cyclotron Instabilities Downstream of Earth’s bow Shock: Cluster Observations for an Event With High Helium Concentration
1648Zhong LiuHH04 1854
1855
3311
3354
3360
Satellite Observations of Fires, Aerosols, and Precipitation and their Relationships in Monsoon Regions
1597Zhong LiuHH03 933
1640
1655
1854
1855
Developing a Global Precipitation Data and Information Services Center
1483Steven A LloydAA11 300
321
360
A 27-Year Composite Dataset of Global UV Effective Reflectivity From the TOMS and SBUV(/2) Satellite Instruments
823Doris LoMM04 345
478
1040
1862
3311
Location, Identification, and Size Distribution of Depleted Uranium Grains in Reservoir Sediments
728Mark J LoefflerPP03 5410
5415
5422
5470
6221
Hydrogen Peroxide and Water Ice Out of Equilibrium: Implications for the Outer Solar System
881Gary E LofgrenVV07 3625
3630
3640
3641
3662
Kinetic Controls on Formation of Textures in Rapidly Cooled Rocks
1104Alix LOMBARDGG05 1222
1225
1641
7223
7230
Determination of steric sea level variations from combined Topex/Poseidon altimetry and GRACE gravimetry data
1107Alix LOMBARDOSOS01 1222
1225
1616
1635
1641
Regional variability of sea level change using a global ocean model developed at MERCATOR Ocean
249David LondonVV07 3612
3618
3630
3640
Crystallization Response of Hydrous Granitic Liquids
1611Philip E LongHH25 418
452
1832
1895
Tracer Tests and Field Monitoring of In situ Bioreduction of Cr(VI) Bioreduction at the Hanford 100H Site
1860Wei LongHH11 1831
Modeling of Suspended Particles Removal by Filtration Using a Lattice-Boltzmann Method
1481Melissa M LongmoreSMSM03 2724
6939
Application of the Grad-Shafranov (GS) reconstruction method to the magnetopause boundary.
1336Christina L LopanoVV06 3620
3630
3954
Kinetic Analyses of Cation Exchange Rates in Synthetic Birnessite Measured by Time-Resolved Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
1524Christel J. LopezBB01 480
1620
1630
4235
4294
Remote Sensing and Biological Climate Change Ramifications: Monitoring Thermal Stresses in Intertidal Habitats
1404Ramon E LopezSMSM01 2409
2431
2784
MHD silmulation of the saturation polar cap potentials and the role of field-aligned currents
452Stephen LordAA14 1626
3314
Progress in Use of Parameterized Physics at the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
1784David J LorenzAA03 1616
1631
1655
1833
1878
The Importance of Moisture Transport and Local Evaporation in Precipitation Variability.
1898Ralph D LorenzININ02 910
5215
6281
6297
Science Autonomy on a Titan Airborne Platform
1909Ralph D LorenzPP03 5215
6281
Exploring Titan's Surface of Ice and Organics
111Colby LoucksAA13 410
485
493
Global Relationships Among Human Resource Consumption, Threatened Species, and Habitat Protection
1958Robert P LoughmanAA08 300
305
340
360
Retrieval of Aerosol Properties from SAGE III Limb Scattering Measurements
1423Richard LovelaceSHSH02 2724
2740
7524
7835
7836
Plasma Accretion and Outflows of Rotating Magnetized Stars
870Paul D LowmanTT01 8149
Tectonic activity maps of the Earth: Final report
234Paul D LowmanPP01 6250
VolcanicOriginoftheLunarHighlandCrust
1995Chaoqun LuGCGC03 414
426
434
469
478
Spatial and temporal patterns of nitrogen deposition in China
1408Chungu LuHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Short-range QPF and PQPF using time-phased and multi-model ensembles
1023Gang LuSASA05 2431
2435
2441
2784
2788
Studies of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling During CAWSES Campaigns
1690George Y LuHH02 1843
VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF RAINFALL-INDUCED DEBRIS FLOW
829Yuehan LuPPPP01 4902
4914
4942
4950
The Comparative Study of Paleoenvironmental Proxies from 3 Sediment Cores Sampled from Lake Erie at 1988, 1991 and 2003
609Xiwu LuanTT01 8105
Topography and distribution of central graben in Okinawa Trough Miyoko Section
1137George H. LudwigHGHG02 1700
2774
The Van Allen Radiation Belt Discovery - A Look Behind the Scenes
82Hermann LuehrSASA03 2409
2415
2471
2481
Magnetic signatures of ionospheric instabilities
518Noe LugazSASA05 7513
7519
7924
Simulation of the Ejections From NOAA AR 9236 With the SWMF
883James F. LuhrVV08 3620
8408
8430
8439
Primary Igneous Anhydrite: Progress Since the 1982 El Chich\'{o}n Eruption (Mexico)
634Anthony T. Y. LuiSMSM01 2744
2764
2790
Prelude to THEMIS Tail Conjunction Study
852Chan Lui-HeungVV05 1025
1031
1041
Lithium Isotope Study of Peridotite-Slab Fluid Interactions in the Mariana Forearc Mantle Wedge
1498Eric J LundSMSM03 2706
2721
2724
2736
2740
Simultaneous Two-Altitude Measurements of High Latitude Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling
1615Lifeng LuoHH13 1812
1821
1854
1860
1866
Seasonal Hydrologic Prediction for the Ohio River Basin
1284Yun LuoMM04 3620
Crystal Chemistry of Th in Apatite: Geochemistry and Environmental Implications
770Scott B. LuthckeGG05 726
1217
1218
1225
1240
Greenland and Antarctica ice sheet drainage basin mass change observations from GRACE
1669Alexei LyapustinAA08 1855
4801
4906
A Near-Constant Contrast (NCC) Method of Aerosol Retrieval and Atmospheric Correction
1768Wladislaw LyatskySMSM01 2149
2431
2463
7954
Laminar-Turbulent Transition in Dayside Ionospheric Convection
1559John LyonSMSM01 2704
2721
2753
2788
2790
Polar cap potential response to solar wind driving
1448James R LyonsVV08 1000
3600
8400
Mechanisms of Mass-independent Fractionation of Sulfur Isotopes

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
562Dietmar M\"ullerTT01 3035
3040
3060
Reconstructing vanished ocean basins
1017Yingjuan MaSMSM01 2400
2780
6295
MHD modeling of the solar wind interaction with Venus
1569Stephen E MacAvoyBB01 408
439
454
460
491
Chemoautolithotrophic Primary Production as a Fuel for Heterotrophs in Hydrocarbon Seeps: an Examination of Mobile Benthic Fauna and Seep Residents
902Robert J MacDowallSHSH03 7500
7513
7534
7594
7800
Analysis of Correlated Complex Solar Type III Radio Bursts and Solar Energetic Particle (SEP) Events: 1995-2005
703Robert J MacDowallSHSH03 7500
7513
7534
7594
7800
Solar Imaging Radio Array: Space-based Radio Imaging at Frequencies Below the Ionospheric Cutoff
354Leonardo MacelloniNSNS02 3004
3045
3070
3080
Examples of submarine geo-hazard by high resolution swath bathymetry images
678Allison MacfarlaneMM04 3699
6300
6309
6329
6339
Yucca Mountain and High-Level Nuclear Waste Disposal: Contributions of Mineralogy to Policy
1982David MacKenzieSAA01 300
Hough Mode Decomposition of Tidal Components in the Extended Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model
834Carol G MaclennanSHSH01 2114
2162
Low Energy Heavy Ion (C, O, Fe) Composition in the Inner Heliosphere by the Ulysses Spacecraft: 1992 to Present
1431Daniel S. MacMillanGG06 1218
1223
1239
Subdaily Earth Orientation Variations During the CONT05 VLBI Campaign
1637Peter MacNeiceSHSH01 2101
7513
A numerical simulation of an asymmetric breakout model for CMEs
1176Peter J MacNeiceSHSH01 7924
7959
7974
Solar and Heliospheric Modeling Activities at the CCMC
943Marlo MaddoxININ04 599
2199
2499
2799
7999
Facilitating Space Weather Model Data Analysis, Dissemination, and Reuse Through Data Format Standardization at The Community Coordinated Modeling Center
308Willie B MaddoxSMSM01 2407
2704
Intercalibration of IMAGE/FUV and Polar/UVI Auroral Imagers
1430Takashi MaedaSS01 910
933
935
7223
Detection of Microwave Emission Associated with Earthquakes
1411Paul R MahaffyVV09 6225
Future In Situ Experiments to Study the Past and Present Habitability of Mars
671Sarith PP MahanamaAA10 1616
1626
1840
1843
3305
Impact of Subsurface Temperature Variability on Meteorological Variability: An AGCM Study
1285Shayesteh E MahaniHH03 1843
1853
1855
Improving Remotely Sensed Rainfall Estimates even over Radar Gap Areas by Merging with Radar Rainfall
1212Michael S MajewskiHH06 402
1854
Atmospheric Transport and Deposition of Agricultural Chemicals
740Gene R MajorININ01 525
A Flexible Data-Describing Metadata Format for Earth, Lunar, Planetary and Astronomical Sciences
32Jyotirmoy MallikTT01 8102
Structural Attributes of Major Faults in Kachchh,Western India: Seismotectonic Implications
1761Pradeep V MandapakaHH01 1816
1847
1869
Effects of Sampling on the Estimation of Spatial Correlation Structure of Normal and Lognormal Random Fields
1850Jacqueline L. MannVV08 1000
1041
1094
Measurement of Sulfur Isotopic Composition (\delta^{34}$S) by Multiple-Collector Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry (MC-TIMS) Using a ^{33}$S/^{36}$S Double Spike
1731Adam T MansurSS03 1020
1065
3651
8103
8108
Composition and Thermal History of the Lower Crust Beneath the Tanzania Craton and the Adjacent Mozambique Belt
1013Brian MapesAA01 3314
3329
3374
3384
Charney Lecture: Convective cloud life cycles in a wavy stratified environment
877Brian MapesAA09 1626
3314
3337
3374
4928
Convective weather events in high-frequency Eulerian observations and model column outputs
849Brian MapesAA03 3305
Dynamics of climatological midsummer droughts in the subtropics
887Tetyana MargolinaOSOS01 4223
4516
4520
Lagrangian Loopers in Intermediate Waters off the West coast of the United States
1972Danny MarksAA16 1540
1600
Sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in uniform and non-uniform forests spanning the North American Cordillera
1512Christophe MarqueSHSH03 2101
2114
Solar Energetic Particles and Radio-Silent Fast Coronal Mass Ejections
310Genevi\`{e}ve A. MarquisHH21 1824
1862
Embedded Scales of Self-Similar Turbulent Flow Structures in Gravel-bed Rivers
830Margaret E. MarshallSS02 550
902
7215
7219
Seismic Source Locations and Parameters for Sparce Networks by Matching Observed Seismograms to Semi-Empirical Synthetic Seismograms
1441Hilary MartensSMSM01 2732
2756
2768
5737
The Detection of Energetic Nitrogen Ions in Saturn’s Plasmasphere with the Cassini CAPS Instrument
1676Michiko J. MartinEDED03 805
815
820
825
845
Living Classrooms: Teaching ocean education through National Marine Sanctuaries
1887Richard F MartinSMSM01 2451
2744
4420
4445
7807
Phase Space Structural Changes in Magnetotail Particle Dynamics
214Francisco Javier Martin-TorresUU03 343
360
3359
5210
5405
Non Local Thermodynamic Equlibrium and Radiative Transfer in Planetary Atmospheres
1665Lackson MarufuAA01 399
Airborne Characterization of the 2003 North American Electrical Blackout: Reanalysis
624G M MasonSHSH04 2101
7519
7845
7859
7867
Injection and interplanetary propagation of solar energetic particles observed on ACE
846Michiko MasutaniAA01 6300
6304
6339
6620
7964
Observing system simulation experiments at NCEP and JCSDA
24Bala Krishna Prasad MathukumalliBB04 414
439
460
470
471
Biogeochemical Processes in a Tropical Indian Mangrove (Pichavaram) Environment
1376L. Shawn MatottHH06 1803
1805
1832
1846
1847
Calibration of Regional-Scale Subsurface Nitrogen Transport Models to Support the Analysis of Impaired Watersheds
993Dennis L MatsonPP01 5430
5450
6280
8005
8020
Forming Iapetus’ Equatorial Ridge
1861Hiroshi MatsuiSMSM03 2154
2728
7851
7867
Oscillation of Electron Counts at 500 eV Downstream of the Quasi-perpendicular Bow Shock
1318Toshihisa MatsuiAA16 1640
1800
1805
1807
1851
Continental-Scale Multi-Objective Calibration and Assessment of the Colorado State University Unified Land Model
1975John A MavrogenesVV08 1037
1065
How well do we understand sulfur solubility in silicate melts?
2048Robert A MayanovicVV10 1034
1037
1042
3616
3954
Synchrotron X-ray spectroscopic investigations of an Nb-bearing silicate melt in contact with an aqueous fluid
980Paul MayerBB09 493
496
1806
1830
1831
Ground Water is a Chronic Source of Chloride to Surface Water of an Urban Stream Exposed to Road Salt in a Chesapeake Bay Watershed
1470James Barry MaynardHH01 461
496
1039
3617
A Tale of two Cities: Causes of Different Toxic Lead Releases From Lead and Brass Plumbing Components
789Erwan M MazaricoPP01 1241
5704
6994
7969
7974
Testing of new physical models in the processing of Mars Odyssey radio tracking data
26Joseph E MazurSMSM04 2716
2720
2730
Trapped Electron Lifetimes in the Inner Magnetosphere
1534David C McAdooGG05 1217
1240
Analysis of GRACE Inter-satellite (K-Band) Range data: Discerning Resolution Limits and Searching for Temporal Gravity Changes
1238Maeve McBrideHH21 481
483
1815
1825
1856
Riparian Vegetation Influence on Stream Channel Dimensions: Key Driving Mechanisms and Their Timescales
702Catherine McCammonMM03 1038
1042
3630
3929
8124
Mantle Properties and Processes from the Perspective of M\"{o}ssbauer Spectroscopy
963Francis McCubbinMM01 3612
3620
3630
3640
3662
Oxy-Component in low-Pressure Kaersutite: How Much can be a Primary Magmatic Feature?
1349Frank B McDonaldSHSH02 2104
2114
2124
Voyager Observation of Galactic and Anomalous Cosmic Rays in the Heliosheath
568Brandon McElroyHH22 1862
1895
The Relation of Variability in Sand Bed Topography to Sediment Transport
1046Lucy A. McFaddenPP01 6008
6015
6045
6210
The Ambient Coma of Comet 9P/Tempel 1 as observed by the Deep Impact Flyby Spacecraft
1779Deborah L McGuinnessININ03 8400
9810
9820
Towards a Reference Volcano Ontology for Semantic Scientific Data Integration
1393Jennifer T McGuireBB10 412
414
418
497
Biogeochemical Cycling at Natural System Interfaces at the Norman Landfill, Norman, OK: Living on the Edge
1171Kevin McGuireHH20 1804
1875
1895
4460
A new PUB-working group on SLope InterComparison Experiments (SLICE)
782Kevin J. McGuireHH24 1041
1839
1879
Can water residence time be used as a scaling tool?
1925Michael P. McGuireHH12 434
452
493
1803
1813
Designing an End-to-End System for Data Storage, Analysis, and Visualization for an Urban Environmental Observatory
922Robert E McGuireSMSM02 2199
2499
2799
7999
What Do Our Users Want? Perspectives on Understanding and Meeting User Needs for Multi-Mission Data Services
1750Mihan H McKennaNSNS05 7219
7294
7299
Effects of Local Meteorological Variability on Surface and Subsurface Seismic-Acoustic Signals
1077Diane M McKnightBB07 409
DOM photolysis changes copper-complexing properties in mountain streams
840James Alexander McLaughlinSHSH01 7836
7839
3D MHD models of waves in active regions: application to coronal seismology
1894John W. McLaughlinEDED03 805
815
830
845
1631
Partnering Students, Scientists, and the Local Community in a Regionally-focused Field Campaign
1518W. Wallace McMillanAA04 322
365
368
3360
Tropospheric Carbon Monoxide Observations from AIRS During INTEX-B/MILAGRO
1799Richard D McPetersAA01 340
394
3360
The Sodankylä Total Ozone Intercomparison and Validation Campaign (SAUNA)
1747Robert L McPherronSMSM02 2794
6339
7894
Data Services Required for Future Magnetospheric Research
137Harry Y. McSweenPV01 5410
5480
8439
Discovery of Alkaline Volcanic Rocks on Mars
527John R. MecikalskiHH07 1816
1843
1847
1866
Initialization of a Numerical Mesoscale Model with ALEXI-derived Volumetric Soil Moisture: Case Results and Validation
1075Mikhail V. MedvedevSHSH02 2124
2126
X-ray Tomography of the Heliosheath
106Robert R MeierSASA01 2423
7538
7549
Photoionization Rate of Atomic Oxygen
1636Katherine L MeierdiercksHH20 1821
1834
1847
1860
6334
The Urban Drainage Network and its Control on Flood Response
1279Thomas MeixnerHH18 1030
1065
1806
1830
1871
Sources and Sinks of Se, As, Si, P and N in an Urban Stream, San Diego Creek, Irvine, California, USA
1324Alfonso I. MejiaHH22 744
1824
1825
1839
1856
Self-similarity in the Classification of Channel Network Planforms
1170Yajaira MejiaHH03 1855
Multi\-Spectral Remotely Sensed Snowfall Rate Estimation
550Stephen MendeSMSM03 2704
2748
2764
2790
Alfven wave produced auroras, dynamic signatures of magnetospheric boundaries
701Michael MendilloUU03 2400
2435
2479
6207
6225
Effects of Solar Flares on Earth and Mars
710Michael MendilloSASA02 1610
2427
2447
2479
7536
Day-to-Day Variability of the Ionosphere: Comparisons of Model Results and Data for a Full Year
1242Jesse MengHH07 1655
1836
1854
3322
Monitoring the Global Soil Moisture Climatology Using GLDAS/LIS
520J. Douglas MeniettiSMSM01 2756
2772
7867
Investigation of the control of SKR by Saturnian moons
1221J. MeriwetherSASA04 3369
3394
Application of the MiniME Fabry-Perot Interferometer to Studies of Low Latitude and Polar Thermospheric Dynamics
1358Jan MerkaSHSH01 7833
7959
On Near-Earth MHD Solar Wind Model and Data Assimilation
1720Aimee W. MerkelSASA06 3311
3332
3389
Dynamical properties of Polar Mesospheric Clouds as observed by SNOE linked to the mesospheric temperature as observed by SABER
1232Viacheslav MerkinSMSM01 2736
2753
2776
2784
Parametric studies of the transpolar potential and polar cap area in the Lyon-Fedder-Mobarry global MHD model
1929Timothy M MerlisGCGC01 560
1635
4255
4445
Fast Dynamical Spin up of Ocean General Circulation Models
189Christopher J. MertensSASA01 310
2407
2419
2427
2455
TIMED-SABER Observations of the Influence of Auroral Electron Dosing on Nighttime 4.3 um Emission
1304OSCAR J. MESAAA17 1610
1620
3309
3319
Forecasting of Average Monthly River Flows in Colombia
1024R. A. MewaldtSHSH04 2114
2164
2194
7513
7845
NASA's Living With a Star (LWS) Sentinels Mission to Understand the Origin of Solar Energetic Particles
564R. A. MewaldtSHSH04 2101
7514
7845
7924
7984
Solar Energetic Particle Intensities: Dependence on the Density of Suprathermal Seed Particles
1319Peter J MichaelVV08 1032
1065
3614
3621
Sulfide Concentration and Saturation in Natural MORB Glasses
13William K MichenerHH12 410
414
429
439
452
The National Ecological Observatory Network
1374Don MiddletonININ03 9810
9820
The Virtual-Solar Terrestrial Observatory
1660Elizabeth M MiddletonBB02 416
Hyperspectral Reflectance and Fluorescence Indices for Carbon Related Parameters in Corn Crops
1596Richard P MiedHH16 1855
1856
Use of Visible Satellite Imagery to Determine Velocity in Tidal Rivers
1572Edwin J. MierkiewiczSASA01 310
328
355
Geocoronal Balmer $\alpha$ line profile observations and forward-model analysis
454Adam MilewskiHH16 1805
1836
1855
3333
A Catchment-based Hydrologic Model for the Sinai Peninsula Using Remote Sensing and Field Datasets
835G. M. MilikhAAE01 2451
3324
7554
7867
Gamma Ray Flashes Due to Plasma Processes in the Middle Atmosphere
1813Andrew J MillerHH20 1803
1820
1821
1825
Basin-Scale Reconstruction of Flood Characteristics in a Small Urban Waterhsed
2034Gordon J MillerSAA01 340
Comparison of Model Calculations and OH Observations From 1994 and 1997 MAHRSI OH Observations
1004John H. MillerNSNS08 416
424
452
614
694
Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Probes of Live Organisms
1331Patrick J. O. MillerOSOS02 4899
4902
6304
6324
Techniques to Assess and Mitigate the Environmental Risk Posed by use of Airguns: Recent Advances from Academic Research Programs
595Patty MillerEDED03 805
815
825
830
845
Students Collecting Real time Data
1817Richard D. MillerNSNS11 694
994
High-Resolution Seismic Reflection to Monitor Change
1950Richard D. MillerNSNS05 900
7200
Tunnel Detection Using Seismic Methods
593Jeong Sik MINHH11 1800
1880
Hydrogeological Property and Modeling Study for the Remediation Design at the Imgi Abandoned Mine, Korea
571Kyoung W MinSASA02 2415
2467
2479
2481
Effects of Solar Activity Variation on the Low Latitude Topside Nighttime Ionosphere
2001William G. MinarikUU02 3610
3620
3640
Three-fold changes in clinopyroxene REE and HSFE partitioning with changing aluminum content
1367Peter J MinnettAA05 3305
3359
4275
4504
4572
Linking thermal skin gradients at the sea-surface to the radiative coupling of the atmosphere and ocean: a mechanism for heating of the oceans by atmospheric greenhouse gases
1098Aleksandar MiskovicUU07 1065
1115
1219
3640
8178
150 m.y. of Tectonism along the Western Gondwana as Revealed by the Peruvian Cordillera Oriental Batholiths
1578Anil MisraNSNS03 545
1822
3285
5100
5112
Multi Asperity Micromechanical Model of Rock Joints With Application to Wave Propagation
1753Donald G MitchellSMSM06 2736
2740
2794
5421
5719
Imaging plasmas at the Earth and other planets
1718Donald G MitchellSMSM01 2736
2740
2756
5734
5744
Planetary Rotation Modulation of Various Measured Plasma Parameters in Saturns Magnetosphere: a Possible Mechanism
1760Jonathan L MitchellUU03 343
5405
6281
The Effect of Large-Scale Dynamics on Titan's Mid-Latitude Clouds
1039Kenneth E MitchellAA12 3355
Summer and Winter Seasonal Simulation and Prediction Experiments at NCEP with the Eta Regional Climate Model
1043Kenneth E. MitchellAA16 3315
3332
3360
Use over Land of Large-Scale Satellite-Derived Fields in the Validation, Forcing, or Data Assimilation of NCEP Global and Regional Prediction Models
1437Martin G. MlynczakSASA02 342
355
358
1650
Evidence for solar cycle influence on the radiative cooling of the thermosphere
264Kingtse C MoAA03 1833
1847
Influence of Sea Surface Temperature and Soil Moisture on Drought and Flood Conditions over the United States and Mexico
1428David M MockoHH05 1847
1855
1865
1866
1878
The Relative Roles of Soil, Land Cover, and Precipitation Uncertainty for Watershed-scale Soil Moisture Prediction in a Semi-arid Environment
437Paul F MoersdorfOSOS04 4260
4262
Observing the Marine Environment
47Mitchell W MoncrieffAA14 3314
Representing Organized Precipitating Convection in Models of Intermediate Spatial Resolution
322Sisir K. MondalVV05 1000
1031
1038
1040
3640
Os Isotope Systematics of Mesoarchaean Chromitite-PGE Deposits of Eastern India: Implications for the Evolution of Subcontinental Lithospheric Mantle
727Eric MoneyHH18 1816
1847
1848
1871
Incorporation of a River Distance Metric to Account for the Spatial Correlation of Monitoring Data in the Geostatistical Estimation of Water Quality Along River Networks
374Pilar MontanesAA11 300
5200
5210
5400
5405
Spectroscopy of the Earth Observed as a Distant Planet
786Walter D. MooneySS01 8104
8105
8111
8118
8150
The Dynamics of Fault Zones
81Marla H. MoorePP03 6218
The Radiolysis of Sulfur Dioxide and Hydrogen Sulfide in Water Ice: Implications for the Icy Jovian Satellites
497Thomas E MooreSMSM05 2431
2736
2778
The Ring Current as Expansion of the Ionosphere
232Willard S. MooreOSOS05 1830
4219
4808
4845
4860
The Subterranean Estuary: an Unseen Source of Nutrients and Iron to the Coastal Ocean
1185Fekadu MoredaHH01 1899
Gridded rainfall estimation for distributed modeling in western mountainous areas
1387Vincent MoronAA01 3305
3309
3354
3374
Estimates of Atmospheric Potential Predictability from GCM Ensembles and Regional-Scale Rainfall Station Networks
1871Penny L. MorrillVV09 1000
1041
Experimental Abiotic Synthesis and Stable Isotope Values of Gaseous Hydrocarbons and the Implications for Identifying Biosignatures
1022Penny A MorrisEDED06 855
An Informal Outreach Model for Fostering Diversity and inclusion in the Sciences
507Daniel MorrisonSMSM02 310
399
2784
7949
7954
A Virtual Observatory for the Ionosphere-Mesosphere-Thermosphere Community
673Stearns A MorseUU02 1011
1012
1036
3610
3611
Origins of Linear Partitioning in Binary Solutions: the Exchange Coefficient
534Stearns A MorseUU02 3610
3618
3630
3640
3694
Multiphase Rayleigh Fractionation Redux and the Laramie-Kiglapait Connection
1547Jed MosenfelderMM03 3919
3924
3944
Thermodynamic Properties of $Mg_2SiO_4$ from Shock Measurements to 200 GPa on Forsterite and Wadsleyite
1670John F MosesININ01 485
525
599
EOSDIS Customer Support Challenges
1680Galdino V MotaININ05 1855
3309
3354
3394
3399
The Usage of TRMM and GPI Data to Investigate Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Rainfall in South America
1316Christopher G MouikisSMSM01 2723
2744
2764
On the Role of O+ on Magnetic Reconnection in the Earth's Magnetotail
917Qiaozhen MuGCGC03 1610
1615
1632
1637
1836
Increasing CO2 compensates for the adverse effects of changing climate on China ecosystems
930Qiaozhen MuHH05 480
1640
1805
1814
1878
Evaluation of Satellite-based Evapotranspiration Using Fluxnet Data
1244Kamonayi MubengaAA08 305
365
478
3311
3360
Comparing MODIS-Terra and GOES surface albedo for New York City NY, Baltimore MD and Washington DC for 2005
1589Karlis MuehlenbachsVV11 8413
8416
9305
Cycling of carbon from bio-altered seafloor basalt into sublithospheric diamonds?
1309Hans J. MuellerMM02 3630
3909
3924
3954
3994
Transient Ultrasonic Interferometry in Conjunction With Synchrotron Radiation Under Simulated Mantle Conditions
1712Karl T. MuellerMM03 1886
3610
3694
3929
Solid-State NMR Studies of Reactive Hydroxyls on the Surfaces of Natural Samples: New Insights Into Dissolution Mechanisms of Oxide Surfaces
1389Ingo C. F. Mueller-WodargUU03 2459
3367
3369
3389
6207
Energetics of planetary upper atmospheres
1082Joanne MullerPPPP02 1065
1605
The Response of Tropical Australia to Heinrich Events: Evidence in a Terrestrial Paleorecord from Lynch’s Crater
286Ernesto MunozAA03 1800
3300
3305
4504
Variability of the Caribbean Low-Level Jet and its Related Climate Anomalies
188Takashi MurakamiMM04 3611
3617
3620
3625
Controlling Factors of Long-Term U(VI) Transport in Field
1038Neil MurphySMSM06 2194
2494
2794
7800
7894
Measurement and Instrument Challenges for Future Solar and Heliospheric Missions
1338Tavi MurrayNSNS01 9800
Application of Geophysical Techniques in Glaciology
1666Donald MusselwhiteVV05 1009
1025
1038
1040
1060
Insights Into the Early Volatile History of the Earth From the Geochemistry of Iodine and Xenon

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715Peter NabelekVV07 3618
3640
3642
A Kinetic Model for Crystallization of Very Low Temperature Pegmatitic Melts
1606Peter NabelekUU08 1012
1034
1849
3660
Reactive Fluid Flow in Contact-Metamorphic Aureoles With Variable Permeability - Insights From Numerical Simulations
785Rachana NagarHH06 1803
1831
1865
Solution pH effects on arsenic removal by drinking water treatment residuals in presence of metals and ligands
92Daisuke NagataSMSM01 2721
2744
2760
2764
2790
Generation of field-aligned currents in the tail plasma sheet
982Pamela L NaglerHH07 480
481
483
495
1878
Measuring and Scaling Evapotranspiration of a Cottonwood Restoration Plot on the Lower Colorado River
1805Pamela L NaglerHH07 480
481
483
495
1878
Seasonal and Interannual Variation of ET for a Semiarid Watershed Estimated by Moisture Flux Towers and MODIS Vegetation Indices
1102Eizo NakamuraVV05 1020
1025
1031
1041
1065
Lithium and Boron Isotope Systematics of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks
1111Shin'ya NakanoSMSM05 2730
2778
2788
3315
Estimation of the ring current structure through data assimilation of global ENA data into a ring current model
1048Tadanobu NakayamaHH01 1813
1821
1845
1847
1879
Simulation of 1998-Big Flood in Changjiang River Catchment, China
1199Janie NallEDED06 800
850
855
NASA/GSFC Higher Education Programs
387S.P. NamboothiriSASA04 2442
3329
3332
3389
Meteor radar observations at Kokubunji (35.7ºN, 139.5ºE), Japan
240Tom NarockSMSM02 2799
Connecting Virtual Observatories with Grid Enabled Services
959Jolanta NastulaGG06 1223
1239
3319
Intra-monthly variability in regional atmospheric excitation functions of polar motion during 1948-2005
2047Humberto E NationBB01 424
448
481
1865
Characterization of Wildfire-Induced Changes in Soil Properties by CHNS and Stable Isotope Analysis.
607Stefano NativiININ01 525
545
599
A Spatial Data Infrastructure to Share Earth and Space Science Data
1468Rammesh P NavaneethakrishnanBB10 412
414
Numerical Analysis of Push-Pull Test Data Including the Effects of Sorption and Reaction Lag Time
897Rouzbeh NazariGCGC01 1225
1630
Changes in Sea Surface Temperature and North Atlantic Hurricane Activities
651Gerald E. NedoluhaAA02 300
340
1605
1610
1616
Variations in Middle Atmospheric Water Vapor since 1991
1612Bethany T. NeilsonHH18 1803
1814
1856
1871
1878
Model Development for Mass and Energy Transfer Between Main Channel Flows, Dead Zones, and the Hyporheic Zones in High Gradient Systems
1827Nicholas C NelsonHH15 1808
1834
1860
1879
1880
Effects of Jackson Lake dam and Tributaries on the Hydrology and Geomorphology of the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
668Stephen W NesbittHH03 1854
3304
3305
3324
3329
Using Lightning, Rainfall, and Reanalysis Data to Examine Tropical Easterly Wave Influences on the North American Monsoon
1758Steven NeshybaAA14 319
321
360
Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy of Ice Hexagons
493Norman F. NessSHSH02 2126
2149
7524
V1 Studies of Heliosheath Magnetic Field and Sectors
601Fritz M NeubauerSMSM01 2732
6281
The Tail of the Induced Magnetosphere of Titan
1930Gregory A NeumannPP01 5415
5470
Mars 1064-nm Albedo Changes Seen by the MOLA Instrument, and the 2001 Dust Storm
193Dale NewburyMBMB01 1094
3620
3694
Automatic Peak Identification in Scanning Electron Microscopy/Energy Dispersive X-ray (SEM/EDS) Microanalysis: Can You Always Trust the Results?
98Dale E. NewburyUU11 1094
3694
3994
Advances in X-ray Mapping for Characterization of Microstructures: Silicon Drift Detectors, Microcalorimeters, X-ray Spectrum Imaging, and Data Mining
1323Mike NewchurchAA08 305
345
Vertical Distribution of Air-quality Gases and Aerosols
440Patrick T. NewellSMSM01 2455
2724
2784
Cusp Latitude and the Optimal Solar Wind Coupling Function
1963Andrew NewmanHH03 736
3354
3360
3394
Vertical Characteristics of Snow in the Northern Plains
1218Matthew NewmanAA07 1620
1635
4901
Predictable Modes of Tropical and North Pacific SST Decadal Variability in Observations and GCMs
1941Matthew NewmanAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
How Important is Air-sea Coupling in MJO Evolution?
1500Michael L NewtonGPGP02 1520
Reconciling Magnetostratigraphic and Cyclostratigraphic Data From an Eocene Marine Flysch, Spanish Pyrenees
1125R NiciejewskiSASA04 3332
3369
Long Term Observations of the low Latitude (1,1) Diurnal Migrating Tide From WINDII, HRDI and TIDI
1328Iacopo NicolosiGPGP01 1517
Estimating the Magnetization Direction of Crustal Structures by Means of an Equivalent Source Algorithm
952Jonathan T. NiehofSMSM01 2706
Are Cusp Diamagnetic Cavities in Force Balance With the Surrounding Magnetosphere?
1133Frank NiepoldEDED03 805
820
825
1610
1640
Scientific Literacy through Student-Teacher-Scientist Research Partnerships
875Felipe G NievinskiGG01 1240
1241
Further Developments in Range-Extended GPS Kinematic Positioning Using a Numerical Weather Prediction Model
325Sumant NigamAA03 1616
1626
1631
1836
1878
Hydroclimate Variability Over the Great Plains in Observations, Reanalyses and Model Simulations
896Joanne Michelle NightingaleBB02 428
439
466
480
Productivity of US Forests: Regional Sensitivity to Variation in Soil Water Availability
1278Wenge Ni-MeisterBB01 400
408
414
439
3D Vegetation Structure Extraction from Lidar Remote Sensing
180Mohan L NiralaBB02 428
466
480
Assessment of Pan-Arctic Soil Moisture, Surface Temperature, and Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange
1702Larry R. NittlerMBMB02 1028
1041
1094
5205
6023
Microscale Isotopic Imaging of Cosmic Dust: From Stars to Comets
766Gregory B NoeBB01 414
469
470
483
496
Seasonal Variation in the Uptake, Release, and Transformations of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Suspended Sediment During Inundation of a Short-Hydroperiod Floodplain
1709Susan M NossalEDED06 800
820
825
830
855
The Physics Learning Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
1907Susan M NossalSASA02 310
328
355
1610
1650
Solar Cycle Influences Seen in Ground-based Geocoronal Hydrogen Measurements
1442John NotoSASA01 310
328
355
394
Arecibo Optical Laboratory Upgrade: imaging FPI first results
1999Nasim NouroziHH03 1855
Validation of Satellite-based Rainfall Estimates of Hurricane
1810Dimitrios NtarlagiannisNSNS08 416
418
925
1099
Self potential observations during DNAPL dissolution
1525Alexandros A NtelekosHH04 1803
1817
1821
1855
1869
The Climatology of Thunderstorms and Flash Floods in Urban Environments
319Ana NunesAA09 1854
3355
Impact of Precipitation Assimilation on Regional Downscaling
1947Nathaniel NutterSMSM01 2744
2764
7807
7839
Central Current Sheet Ion Distribution Function Signatures of Nonlinear Charged Particle Dynamics.
171Andrew NybladeSS03 7203
7208
7218
7270
Westward dipping upper mantle structure beneath eastern Africa: Is it part of the African Superplume?
1897Fonya NzeffeAA01 305
319
321
Observing Aerosol Direct and Indirect Effects from Spectral Radiometric Measurements

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
1456Divya OberoiSHSH03 6924
6954
6994
7534
Solar Results From the Mileura Widefield Array-Low Frequency Demonstrator Early Deployment Campaigns
161Thomas P OBrienSMSM04 2716
2720
2730
2772
2774
Electron Precipitation Bands and Electrostatic Waves
1837Michael O'BrienNSNS08 416
418
419
925
Geophysical Detection of Biomineralization Within Selenium Contaminated Lake Sediment
1016Robert I. OdomSS02 3025
3285
7219
7290
How Much Source Information is There in T-waves?
59Keith W OgilvieSHSH01 2159
Correlation of Solar Wind Density and Speed between the Spacecraft SoHO and Wind
1802Hiroshi OhmotoVV08 315
325
406
1041
1055
Linking the MIF-S Record of Sedimentary Rocks to the Thermal and Biological Evolutions of the Earth
362Eiji OhtaniUU12 3610
3929
8125
8130
9800
Energetics of the earth derived from the Kamland observation and radiogenic heat source in the core
1268Shinichi OhtaniSMSM01 2721
2740
2760
2778
2788
Storm-time magnetic configurations at geosynchronous orbit: Comparison between the main and recovery phases
620Nobuhito OhteHH24 414
1804
1813
1845
1860
Effect of the in-stream processes on spatial distribution of stream nitrate concentration in the meso-scale headwater catchment
27Francisca Nneka OkekeGPGP01 1714
Investigation of Electron Density Variations at Nsukka, Nigeria.
1550Greg A OldenborgerHH25 925
1835
1895
Time-lapse ERT monitoring of an injection/withdrawal experiment
855Stephen W OldingININ01 9820
A Capability Vision for Earth Science Information Systems
779Ed A. O'lenicAA17 3315
3322
3337
3339
Recent Developments in NWS Operational Seasonal-to-Inter-Annual Forecasting
368John J OliveroSASA02 300
341
342
1616
Mesospheric Cloud Variations as an Indicator of Climatology
548Oscar A OlmedoSHSH01 2101
7513
Automatic detection of Coronal Mass Ejections using Computer Vision.
208Peter OlsonDIDI02 1015
1507
1510
1521
5734
Extrapolating Numerical Dynamo Models to the Planets
209Peter OlsonUU12 9800
Does the Geodynamo Require Radioactive Heating in the Core?
1657Samuel OltmansAA04 365
368
1600
3305
Long-term Changes in Tropospheric Ozone
371Shuhei OnoVV09 424
4825
Decoupling hydrothermal and biological sulfur isotope fractionations by S-33 and S-36
1671Merav OpherSHSH02 2124
2134
2149
2164
Effects of a Local Interstellar and Interplanetary Magnetic Field on the Heliosheath
1508Meers M OppenheimSASA03 2407
2431
2437
2439
2471
Can we estimate wave heating with fully kinetic 3-D simulations of the Farley-Buneman Instability?
552David A OrtlandSASA04 3315
3332
3333
3389
A Data assimilation model for determining the mean state and migrating tide structures in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere using satellite measurements of wind and temperature
776Richard E OrvilleHH04 1834
1895
3324
Houston LDAR II Network Operation, Performance, and Initial Results
878Vladimir A OsherovichSHSH03 6984
7509
7800
Prediction of Dn-Resonances in the Solar Corona
53Richard OstermeierNSNS02 900
935
5100
9800
Dealing With Shallow-Water Flow in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico
1724Michael W. OttOSOS01 4512
4524
4536
4562
4568
Hydraulic Control and Mixing in Chesapeake Bay
1743Lizhi OuyangMM02 545
3900
3902
3909
3947
Relating Ab Initio Mechanical Behavior of Intergranular Glassy Films in â-Si3N4 to Continuum Scales
1492Dimitar OuzounovUU10 468
480
7223
8100
Thermal Satellite and GPS/TEC Observations of Atmospheric and Ionospheric Process Related to M7.6 Kashmir Earthquake of October 8, 2005

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
741Devanand S PachanoorBB01 418
432
461
Lead phytoremediation potential of Vetiver grass: a hydroponic study
1487Tom C PaganoAA17 1816
1833
1860
1863
1884
Operational water supply forecasting activites of the Natural Resources Conservation Service in relation to seasonal climate outlooks
1269Duggirala PallamrajuSASA05 310
2431
2455
2494
7954
Daylit Investigation of Low-Energy Auroral Arcs From Sondrestromfjord
187Enric PalleAA11 321
360
1610
1616
1650
Recent changes in Earth´s albedo as derived from photometric observations of the earthshine
662Andrew PalmerDIDI02 1213
Viscosity of Earth's Outer Core
118Margaret A PalmerHH19 469
481
483
1813
Hydroecology: a new Research Frontier?
1713Ming PanAA16 1814
1836
1855
3315
Multi-sensor remote sensing and data assimilation of land surface and atmospheric variables for improved hydrologic modeling
2023Shufen PanGCGC03 478
480
493
1632
1640
China¡¯s urbanization: magnitudes, social-economic causes and ecological consequences
2027Weilin PanSASA06 305
320
341
3311
3332
Sondrestrom lidar study on mesospheric clouds and sodium layer
1035Dhirendra K PandeyGCGC01 1694
1855
3270
3337
3360
Intercomparisons of Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) Active Cavity Radiometers’ Fluxes
1540Vibhuti PandeyHH01 1800
Analysis of Cattle Location Data in Complex Agro-Ecosystem of South Florida
474Natalia E PapitashviliSMSM01 2134
2164
2784
A Draft High Resolution OMNI Data Set
154Chris ParanicasPP01 5719
5737
5759
6275
6280
Charged Particle Weathering of Saturn's Satellites
1237Josep M ParesGPGP02 800
1165
1520
1525
1540
Magnetic Reversal Stratigraphy of Eocene Growth Strata, South Pyrenean Fold-and-Thrust Belt
1081Moon-Jin ParkOSOS01 4243
4255
4299
Tidal Characteristics in the Asan Bay, Korea
291Yongcheol ParkSS03 7203
7208
7270
Upper Mantle Structure Beneath The Arabian Peninsula From body and Surface Wave Tomography
117Mark A. ParsonsUU04 525
530
Data Management for the Geoscience Years--Building the Legacy
541William R. PatersonSMSM01 2700
2740
2764
2788
Multi-Spacecraft Observations of Small Substorms
39Prasanta Kumar PatroGPGP01 905
925
1515
Geoelectric response of the crust below Deccan Volcanic Province of Indian peninsular shield
1841Kaustubh PatwardhanVV01 3640
3642
3643
Emplacement and Solidification of Inter-Layerd Silicic and Mafic Magmas, Isle au Haut Igneous Complex, Maine
602Valentina PavanAA17 1610
1620
3309
3319
High Resolution Multi-Model Operational Seasonal Forecasts for Northern Italy
1447Erricos C. PavlisGG04 1200
1217
1218
1240
How Accurately do we Know the Origin of the TRF?
119Steven PawsonAA06 340
341
1616
1626
Chemistry-climate simulations of the past and future stratosphere using the GEOS-4 model
778Larry J PaxtonUU03 310
5405
5408
5421
Space Weather and Planetary Atmospheres
195Kathleen PegionAA10 3305
3337
3339
Potential Predictability of Tropical Intraseasonal Variability in the CFS
765W. Richard PeltierGG04 1217
1239
7223
7230
Geoid Height Time Dependence Due to Global Glacial Isostatic Adjustment: The Critical Influence of Rotational Feedback
1536Peitao PengAA10 3374
Forecast Tropical Sub-seasonal Variability with the Constructed Analog Method
543Cécile PenlandAA15 1616
3238
4263
Statistical Forecasting of Midlatitude Pacific Sea Surface Temperatures
1594Sarah Penniston-DorlandVV08 1034
1041
3616
3665
A Petrologic Investigation of the Platreef, Bushveld Complex, South Africa, Using Anomalously Fractionated Sulfur Isotopes as a Tracer
1076Daniel J PeppeGPGP02 1520
1535
1630
9604
9606
Magnetostratigraphy of the Lowermost Paleocene Fort Union Formation in the Williston Basin of North Dakota: Base of a Terrestrial Reference Section for Early Cenozoic Global Change
360JORGE A PEREZ-PERAZASHSH04 2111
7514
7519
7526
7536
Two-Component Model of Ground Level Enhancements: Observational and Theoretical Grounds and Constraints
1886Vahe PeroomianSMSM03 2706
2724
2744
2748
2764
The population of the magnetotail by solar wind ions during the September 24-25, 1998 magnetic storm
2061Fabio A PerosiUU05 7200
Crustal structure model of Central Section of Tocantins Province, Central Brazil, with deep seismic refraction and gravity data
946Daniel S PerraultVV01 3618
3640
8439
Transport and Depositional Model for Large Country Rock Blocks Within the Searchlight Pluton, Southern Nevada
839Mark A PerryNSNS07 1816
1866
Decomposition of Spatially-Distributed Soil Moisture Into Multiple Component Variables With Applications to Interpolation.
110Md Shahriar PervezBB01 402
1632
1640
1829
1880
The Land Cover Dynamics and Conversion of Agricultural Land in Northwestern Bangladesh, 1973-2003.
37Svetlana V PetelinaSASA06 300
305
320
340
Interhemispheric Differences in PMC Properties Derived From Odin/OSIRIS Measurements
753Mark T. PetersMM04 9800
A Science-based Approach to Development of Durable Waste Forms
198W.K. PetersonSASA01 2459
7537
7538
7823
Variations of the Solar Flux in the 1 to 50 nm Range Over a Solar Rotation Inferred From Observations of Photoelectrons With Energies From 0.01 to 1 keV From the FAST Satellite
1689Robert F PfaffSASA03 2411
2439
2443
2471
Electric Field and Plasma Density Observations of Long Wavelength Structures and Localized Packets of Short Scale Waves Associated with Sporadic-E Layers in the Presence of QP Radar Echoes
1050Robert F PfaffSASA03 2415
2439
2443
2471
7949
DEMETER Observations of Highly Structured Plasma Density and Associated ELF Electric Field and Magnetic Field Irregularities at Middle and Low Latitudes Near 720 km Altitude
1558Mantha S PhanikumarBB10 412
414
Evaluating Conceptual Models of Redox Zonation in a Contaminated Aquifer Using a 3D Partial-Equilibrium Model
1146Karen PhemisterHH19 1813
1824
1828
The influence of tidal channel network characteristics on water and nutrient exchanges between tidal channels and adjacent marsh groundwater
439George PhilanderPPPP02 3339
4901
4954
Variations in the Position of the ITCZ
1381Scott PhillipsHH18 1806
1830
1860
1871
1879
The Influence of Ground Water and Watershed Processes on Nutrient Delivery to the Chesapeake Bay.
961Steven P PhillipsHH06 1829
1831
1846
1847
Development of Nested, Heterogeneous Ground-Water Flow Models for Study of Transport and Fate of Agricultural Chemicals, Merced County, California
1695Philip M PiccoliUU08 3618
3630
3640
Magmatic Hydrothermal Fluids: Experimental Constraints on the Role of Magmatic Sulfide Crystallization and Other Early Magmatic Processes in Moderating the Metal Content of Ore-Forming Fluids
763Michel PichavantVV08 3612
3630
3640
8410
8430
Sulfur in Hydrous, Oxidized Basaltic Magmas: Phase Equilibria and Melt Solubilities
1101Monique PickSHSH03 6954
7513
7514
Radio Bursts and Associated Flare/CME events: the 2002 March 17 Event
1687Kenneth E PickeringAA14 320
368
3314
3324
3337
Using Results from Cloud-resolving Models to Improve Lightning NOx Parameterizations for Global Chemical Transport and Climate Models
983Raymond T PierrehumbertPPPP02 3337
3344
4926
4928
An Exploration of Mechanisms for Mediating the Influence of Extratropical Glaciation on the Tropical Climate
1056Raymond T PierrehumbertUU06 343
728
3344
Deglaciation mechanisms for a paleoproterozoic hard snowball
1110Rachel T. PinkerAA16 305
321
Towards Global Transferability of Inference Schemes for Radiative Forcing Functions in Support of Hydrological Modeling
850Lynnette PitcherVV01 1009
1036
1065
Behavior of Re and the Platinum-Group Elements During Formation and Crystallization of the Kilauea Iki Lava Lake, Hawaii
344James E PizzutoHH19 1600
1626
1825
1862
4815
The Effects of Land Use and Climate Change on Fish Populations – Geomorphic Inputs to a Model for the Maryland Piedmont, U.S.A.
148John PodestaSHSH01 4475
7800
7839
7857
7863
Self-similar PDFs in the inertial range of solar wind turbulence
2045Bala PoduvalSHSH01 7509
7511
7524
7529
Flux Tube Expansion Factor and Solar Wind Speed: Comparison of Current Sheet Source Surface Model and Potential Field Source Surface Model
1007Emily PohlmanOSOS01 1222
3022
4863
Occurrence, Frequency, and Nature of Calci-Turbidites in the Northeast Nicaragua Rise: Testing the Highstand Shedding Model for the last Four 100 ky Interglacial-Glacial Cycles
546watanachak poomvisesSHSH01 2101
7513
Major Geomagnetic Storms and Their Solar Source in Solar Cycle 23
207Christopher J. PostHH12 400
1800
4500
4800
Fine-Scale Environmental Sensor Networks for Water Quality Monitoring
712Jeffrey E. PostVV06 3620
3954
Synchrotron Powder X-ray Diffraction Study of the Structure and Dehydration Behavior of Sepiolite
621Marius S PotgieterSHSH02 2124
What does Cosmic Ray Modulation Modeling tell us about the Heliosheath?
1632Laramie PottsSASA01 1541
5435
Altimetry-derived Ionsphere Electron Counts and CHAMP External Magnetic Fields over the Polar Regions
1840Richard V. PouyatBB09 414
428
439
469
493
Effects of Urban Land-Use Change on Biogeochemical Cycles
377Roger PowellUU02 3611
3612
3660
Modelling Rock-forming Processes With Calculated Phase Diagrams: What to put on the Axes?
333Ana I PradosAA08 300
305
GOES Aerosol/Smoke Product (GASP) Over North America: Comparisons to AERONET, MODIS and LIDAR Observations
337Anup K. PrasadAA01 520
1610
1640
4504
4564
Significant Changes in the Tropospheric Wind Direction Over Land and the Indian Ocean Associated With the Sumatra Tsunami of December 26, 2004
614Michael L. PraussPP02 5420
The Cretaceous / Paleogene Boundary Interval at Brazos-River, Texas, U.S.A. – A High Resolution Approach by Marine Palynology
1890Andrew J.R. PrenticePP01 5410
5422
5455
6280
6281
Titan at the Time of the Cassini Spacecraft T-11 Flyby: a Numerical Model for Bulk Chemical Composition and Internal Structure based on a Capture Origin Hypothesis
1725Karen PrestegaardHH22 1821
1825
1862
The effect of bed sediment variability on the development of boulder jams and their role in stream profile development
346Heather U PriceAA04 300
365
490
Global budget fo molecular hydrogen and its deuterium content: constraints from surface, aircraft, and oceanic cruise observations
1797Van PriceHH25 1829
1831
1848
Some Considerations in Analysis of Ground Water Monitoring Data
1754Van PriceHH25 1040
1829
1847
1848
Application of an Integrated Ground Water Monitoring Strategy
656Gaelle ProuteauVV08 488
1012
1031
3612
3613
Experimental Constraints on the Pressure Dependence of Sulfur Solubility in Hydrous Oxidized Silicic Melts
361Wayne R PryorSHSH02 2126
2144
2151
Interplanetary H Lyman-alpha 27-day modulations observed at Cassini and Voyager in 2003-2004
2035Zuyin PuSMSM01 2723
2724
By dominated magnetopause reconnection and its role in the formation of LLBL
1458Larry J PuckettHH06 414
470
1803
1830
Transport and Fate of Nitrate at the Ground Water-Surface Water Interface
1210T I PulkkinenSMSM01 2740
2744
2753
2760
Tail Current Sheet Under Strong Driving: MHD Simulations and in-situ Observations Compared
1851Jay PulliamSS03 7205
7208
8124
8415
9305
Seismic Waveform Inversion for Crust and Upper Mantle Structure beneath Africa
1040Marc P PulupaSHSH03 7534
7845
7851
Shock Structure at Interplanetary Type II Bursts: A possible role in type II fine structure
166Keith Daniel PutirkaVV03 1033
1213
3037
8121
8137
Average Potential Temperature of the Upper Mantle and Excess Temperatures Beneath Regions of Active Upwelling
2019Joseph M PyleUU11 1042
1115
1194
3630
9699
Towards Synthesis and Usage of Actinide-Bearing REE Phosphate age Standards: A Progress Report
1054Patrick PyleHH04 3300
An Observational and Modeling Analysis of the Indianapolis Urban Region Effects on Convective Thunderstorm Characteristics

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1757Jian-Hua QianAA15 3305
3309
3355
Seasonality of ENSO-related Rainfall Predictability over Indonesia
1357Liying QianSASA02 355
358
1630
7969
Calculation of Thermospheric Neutral Density Secular Change Using a Global Mean Upper Atmospheric Model
965Zhengrui QinSMSM01 2723
2730
2731
2740
2784
Solar Wind Parameters for Magnetic Field Modeling
1653Dale A QuattrochiAA13 1616
1637
4901
Remote Sensing and Spatial Growth Modeling Coupled With Air Quality Modeling to Assess the Impact of Atlanta, Georgia on the Local and Regional Environment
1406Paul QuayBB01 414
428
454
4808
4870
Carbon Cycling in Aquatic Systems: isotopic insights
890Shahida QuaziBB01 409
461
486
Correlation Between An In-vitro Method And An In-vivo Method In Assessing Bioavailable Arsenic In Two Pesticide-Amended Soils
1655Mario Angel QuispeBB01 402
409
461
486
A greenhouse study on arsenic remediation potential of Vetiver grass (Vetiveria Zizanioides) as a function of soil physico-chemical properties

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1025M. Cristina Rabello-SoaresUU04 800
805
810
815
845
Outreach and Education Program for IHY - A Global Approach
1080Roberto RaccaOSOS02 900
994
3000
3025
4259
Current state of acoustic wave propagation modelling and its use in the estimation of impact on marine mammals
955Abdullah F RahmanBB02 414
426
428
480
Estimating Ecosystem Respiration of Temperate Deciduous Forests in the Eastern USA by Exclusive Use of MODIS Data
1600Pavan M.V. RajaVV10 448
463
465
Observations on the interaction of nanomaterials with bacteria
404K RajithOSOS01 4546
Beach - nearshore Profile Changes in Relation to Sediment Fluxes in a Placer Mining Beach of the SW coast of India
167Iraida RakhmenkulovaEDED01 850
855
DSPRU Project at NSU: Evolution of Basic, Mantle-crust Granitoid Ore-magmatic Systems Resulting in Pt-Cu-Ni, Cu-Mo-porphiric and Epithermal Au-Ag Ore-bearing Mineralization.
1787Rahul RamachandranININ03 525
Ontology Re-engineering Use Case: Extending SWEET to map Climate and Forecasting Vocabulary Terms
1142Mohan K RamamurthyININ05 520
525
530
825
845
End-to-end Cyberinfrastructure and Data Services for Earth System Science Education and Research: A vision for the future
33David A RandallAA14 320
Cloud-Resolving Models and GCMs: A Way Forward
1564Michael C RanenVV05 1000
1028
3662
Barium Isotope Heterogeneities in Planetary Materials: Applications to Incomplete Mixing of the Solar Nebula
186Nicole J. RappaportPP01 6019
6024
Interiors of Enceladus and Rhea
1818Robert G RaskinININ03 9800
Incorporating Community Input into the SWEET Ontologies
470Todd C. RasmussenHH25 1819
1829
1832
1847
1848
Evaluation of Subsurface Radionuclide Transport at Commercial Nuclear Power Production Facilities
1509Fara Christine RasoazanamparanHH21 1815
1819
1834
7230
Seismic Control on Location of Lavakas (Midslope Gullies) in Madagascar
857Lutz RastaetterSMSM06 2736
2740
2753
2784
Scientific Visualization and Analysis via Online Access to CCMC Runs-on-Request.
1045Timothy D. RaubGPGP02 1513
1520
1535
1621
4806
Magnetic reversals in basal Ediacaran cap carbonates: A critical review
157Didier F RaultAA01 340
360
SAGE III, OSIRIS and beyond: OMPS
1241Ujjwal RautPP01 5422
5460
6020
6200
Effects of Ion Irradiation on Ice Porosity
921Paul S. RaySHSH03 6954
6994
The Long Wavelength Array and the Radio Transient Sky
655Ram L RayHH02 1810
1821
1855
Relationships among remotely sensed soil moisture, precipitation and landslide events
625Richard D RayGG05 1217
4560
Tidal Analysis of GRACE Intersatellite Ranging Data
968David J. RaymondAA10 320
343
Sensitivity of MJO Simulations to the Parameterization of Convection
288John C RaymondSHSH03 7513
7514
7534
7549
Shock Waves, Particle Acceleration, SEPs and Type II Bursts
2012Mario Rebolledo-VieyrGPGP02 1519
1520
5420
9610
The Cretaceous/Paleocene Boundary Chicxulub Impact Crater - Stratigraphy of the Basal Paleocene Sequence and Impact Breccias
14Hamza ReciNSNS01 925
999
1838
5109
8010
The detection of cavities and funnels over closed mines of Albania with the use of SP and Electrical Resistance Tomography
774Andrew S ReeveNSNS12 1832
1835
1847
Evaluation of ground-water sampling and resistivity data to monitor a saline tracer test in a Maine peatland.
417Rolf H ReichleHH07 1814
1816
1833
1855
3315
Biases and scaling in soil moisture and temperature data assimilation
1493Patricia H. ReiffSMSM03 2706
2724
2744
2748
2764
Scale Sizes of Reverse Reconnection on the High Latitude Magnetopause
445Timothy J ReillyHH06 1875
Effects of Sorption in the Lower Unsaturated Zone on the Storage and Transport of Ions in Recharge to Ground Water, Southern New Jersey
339M J ReinerSHSH03 6954
7534
Circular Polarization Observed in Kilometric Solar Type III Radio Storms
1154Jon M ReisnerAA14 300
305
Comparison of a multiphase particle model against a bin model for simulation of observed stratus clouds
169Ellis RemsbergSASA02 350
1650
On the Observed Response of Upper Stratospheric and Mesospheric Temperatures from UARS HALOE to the Solar Cycle
1938Wei RenGCGC03 402
Effects of Air Pollution and Agricultural Management on Crop Productivity and Trace Gas Emission in Agriculture Ecosystems of Northern China: An Analysis Based on the Agricultural Ecosystem Model (AEM)
1348Barry L. RenoUU05 1100
3660
8102
8412
9360
Thermobarometric and geochronologic constraints on the tectonic evolution of the southern Bras\'{i}lia Fold Belt, Brazil
1707Marissa D RenoHH01 792
1094
1852
4809
7859
Direct Atomic Force Microscopy Measurements of Colloid Interactions With Mineral Surfaces
923Ronald G. ResminiVV01 8410
8439
8499
Towards an Analytical Expression for the Formation of Crystal Size Distributions (CSDs) in Closed Magmatic Systems
1771John M RettererSASA03 2415
2447
7863
7924
Modeling the Low-Latitude Ionosphere and Scintillation Occurrence during the COPEX Campaign
1571David B ReuschSS01 555
3238
4499
7290
Seismic data classification and artificial neural networks: can software replace eyeballs?
88Andre RevilNSNS08 416
478
499
614
619
The self-potential method as a non-intrusive redox sensor in organic-rich contaminant plumes
722Erica RhoadesHH22 1625
1825
Using Tripod Mounted Lidar to Determine Riverbank Erosion Rates Along the South River, Virginia.
450Ian G RichardsonSHSH01 2101
2102
2104
2114
2162
IMP 8 GME Energetic Particle Observations Over Three Solar Cycles
83Ian G. RichardsonSHSH01 2102
2778
2784
2788
Major geomagnetic storms ($Dst\le-100$~nT) generated by corotating interaction regions in 1996--2004
2036Suzanna L RichterPPPP02 3344
4900
Continental-Scale Patterns in Modern Wood Cellulose \delta$^{18}$O: Implications for Interpreting Paleo-Wood \delta$^{18}$O
307Ian RidleyMBMB01 1040
1041
1065
1094
The Future of Laser Ablation ICP-MS
486Pete RileySASA05 2101
2111
2164
2169
7524
On the rates of coronal mass ejections: remote solar and in situ observations
642Edward M RipleyVV08 1036
1038
3621
3665
The Role of Crustal Sulfur in Mafic Magmas: Perspectives From Studies of Sulfur Isotope Compositions
406Jerry C RitchieHH05 1809
1855
1878
1879
1880
JORNEX: A Long-term Experiment to Study Arid Rangelands Using Remote Sensing Techniques
908Oliver RitzmannSS02 7218
7219
7255
7299
Construction of a 3D Crustal Velocity Model for the Greater Barents Sea Region
1092Maria RizouHH05 1818
1840
1843
A Land use Adapted Model for Estimating Clear sky Downwelling Longwave Radiation
34Young Jae RoOSOS03 1616
1872
4277
4294
Realtime Monitoring of the Extreme Oceanic Conditions in the Kangjin Bay, South Sea, Korea
183John RoadsAA03 495
GEWEX Water and Energy Budget Studies
182John John Roads RoadsAA17 545
EXPERIMENTAL MONTHLY TO SEASONAL ENSEMBLE FIRE DANGER FORECASTS
1236Henri RobainNSNS07 925
1804
1830
1865
Assessment Of Shallow Groundwater Connexions Between Streambed And Riverbanks: An Approach Combining Physico-chemical, Hydrological, Pedological and Geophysical Measurements
1271D. Aaron RobertsSHSH01 2134
2149
2164
Solar and solar wind properties determined from 30 years of OMNI data
1591Andrew W RobertsonAA15 3309
3333
3354
3355
On the temporal resolution of seasonal forecasts for crop simulation
1691Andrew W RobertsonAA10 3300
3305
3354
3374
Singular Spectrum Analysis of the Intraseasonal Oscillation over India and its Connection to Summer Monsoon Rainfall
892Scott RobertsonSASA06 305
340
394
Rocket-borne Probes for Aerosol Particles in the Polar Mesosphere
48David A RobinsonNSNS06 1866
5109
Water content determination in porous and granular media using dielectric petro-physical relationships and mulitipole simulation models.
689frank j robinsonAA14 368
Modeling the impact of convective entrainment on the Tropical Tropopause
423Patrick A RoddySASA03 2419
2443
3384
The Composition and Horizontal Homogeneity of E Region Plasma Layers
281Matthew RodellHH07 1217
1840
1847
1855
3315
Land Surface Model Assimilation of Data From GRACE and Other Satellites
324Erica M RodgersSASA01 358
7519
7538
Solar Flare Soft X-ray Irradiance and its Impact on the Earth's Upper Atmosphere
1021Edmond C RoelofSHSH04 2114
2134
7514
7519
Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles: Scatter-free Inside 1 AU, Backscatter Beyond
687Raymond RogersAA08 305
365
478
3311
3360
Validation of ETA-CMAQ-Modeled Planetary Boundary Layer Height with Elastic Lidar
418Daniel R. RomanGG02 1214
1225
1229
1240
Gravity Lidar Study for 2006: Analysis of EGM’s
561Peter A. RonaOSOS05 3017
3035
4259
4832
Imaging and Quantifying Seafloor HydrothermaL Flow Using Sound and Light
1164Roberto RondanelliAA16 3310
3314
3354
Observational evidence for an increase in the efficiency of precipitation in a warmer climate
1739Lesley A RoseVV05 1025
1060
1212
1213
3630
Is a ‘Late Veneer’ Necessary? Answers From Metal-Silicate Partitioning of Te, Se, and S
795Karen H RosenlofAA02 300
340
341
Tropical UTLS Temperature and Water Vapor Changes
1989Bernice RosenzweigBB08 469
470
483
493
496
The Significance of High Discharge Events to Nitrogen Transport in Urban Watersheds
731Nancy L RossMM02 3919
3924
3954
The variation of polyhedral compressibilities between structures
94Martin RotherSASA01 1541
2455
2467
Features and Distribution of Intense, Small Scaled Field Aligned Currents in Polar Regions
151Paul L . RothwellSMSM05 2164
2431
2447
2475
2784
Estimating the Shielding Time Scale for the Penetration Electric Field During Magnetic Storms
984Olivier J RouxelVV09 424
454
1021
1039
1065
Multiple Sulfur Isotopes and Sulfur/Selenium Ratios as Tracers for the Subsurface Biosphere in Altered Oceanic Basalts in the Western Pacific
227Mathieu L RoyHH19 1813
1825
1856
1872
Spatial Interpolation of Flow Turbulence in Gravel-bed Rivers: a Useful Tool in Ecological Studies
989Nanigopal RoyPPPP01 473
3344
Valley fill stratigraphy in the southern Ganga basin : age constraints and forcing mechanisms.
17P.D. RoyPPPP02 1051
1065
1105
9604
Late Holocene Paleoclimatic Reconstruction from Playa Lake Sediments, Thar Desert, India: Comparison between Eastern and Western Margins
1086Roberta L. RudnickVV01 1020
1037
1040
8103
Daly Lecture: Geochemical insights into continental dynamics
1774Hualan RuiHH03 1800
Eight Years of TRMM Precipitation Data and TRMM Online Visualization and Analysis System
266Alfredo Ruiz-BarradasAA03 1616
1631
1655
1833
1878
North American Hydroclimate Variability in IPCC's 20th Century Climate Simulations
1662Eva-Maria RumpfhuberSS01 7205
Joint inversion of controlled-source and passive seismic data: Progress and Future Plans
1451Claire E RungeMM02 3919
3924
7208
Equation of state of MgGeO$_3$ perovskite to 65 GPa: Comparison with the post-perovskite phase
1721Bruce RunnegarVV08 300
400
1000
Timing the Origin of Microbial Sulfate Reduction Using Four Isotope Systematics
502Steven W RunningBB01 428
466
480
Trends and constraints in global terrestrial primary productivity.
1778J Michael RuohoniemiSMSM01 2407
2463
2760
2776
Joint analysis of high-latitude plasma convection with SuperDARN HF radars and DMSP satellites
599Valeri Yurievich RusakovOSOS01 1034
3017
3616
4832
A role of sulfur in ‘black smoker’ sedimentary matter evolution. Illustration: the TAG and Broken Spur hydrothermal vent fields (Mid-Atlantic Ridge)
222David W RuschSASA06 300
305
340
Seasonal Variation of PMC Particle Size from SNOE UV Measurements for the Northern 2000 and Southern 2000/2001 Seasons
1993James M RussellSASA06 305
321
340
3334
The Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) Satellite Mission
399Marc James RussellHH18 402
496
1806
1871
4239
Net Anthropogenic Phosphorus Inputs in the Chesapeake Bay Region.
1282Felicita RussoAA08 305
321
360
394
Comparison of Aerosol Extinction From two Raman Lidars
836Malcolm J RutherfordUU02 8412
8425
8439
Cyclic Intensive Parameter Conditions in the Pre-eruption MSH Dacitic Magmas recorded in Phenocrysts and Interpreted using Data from Experiments: View into a Magma Storage Zone.
1726Stephane RuyNSNS07 1835
1875
Relationships Between Electrical Conductivity – Water Content, Water Potential and Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity for Three Soils
1796Jeffrey G RyanVV05 1031
1033
1038
1065
B-Li-Be Abundance and Isotopic Insights into the Development of Mantle Heterogeneity.
312Robert J RyanHH18 1830
1860
1871
A Field Study of How Hydraulic Conductivity Heterogeneity Influences Hyporheic Exchange
311Robert J. RyanHH09 1830
1860
1879
Incomplete Mixing in a Small, Urban stream
1339Abigail M. RymerSMSM01 2730
2740
2756
2760
7859
Comparison of High-Energy and Low-Energy Plasma Injection/Dispersion Events in Saturn's Inner Magnetosphere.
1759Dongryeol RyuHH05 1840
1855
1866
1876
Soil Moisture Variability at Aircraft- and Satellite-Footprint Scales

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831Selwyn I SacksVV01 7280
8185
8428
Pressure Sources in Magma Chambers and Eruption Triggering.
1663Alok K SahooGCGC01 1610
1616
1637
1640
1699
Spatial-Temporal-Vertical Variations of Total Ozone Concentration (TOC) and its Relationship to Other Meteorological Parameters Over the Indo-Gangetic Basin
43Debabrata SahooHH20 1800
1834
1880
4802
4902
Monitoring the Effect of Urban Growth on Freshwater Inflows Using Wavelet Analysis
1398Chandan K SaikiaSS02 7203
7218
7219
7255
7270
Ground Truth Location Using Seismic and Satellite Imagery Methods
1472Joseph E SalahSHSH03 2101
2134
2194
7524
7534
Heliospheric Measurements with the Planned Mileura Widefield Array
760Jason SalazarHH06 1803
1831
1865
1871
1895
Adsorption of Roxarsone onto Drinking Water Treatment Residuals: Preliminary Studies
359Chadi S. SalemSMSM01 2700
2744
2764
7829
7867
Coherent Waves and Associated Particle Distribution Functions Observed by Wind in the Near Earth Magnetotail
1633David H SalzbergSS02 4259
7215
7219
7294
Hydroacoustic Detection and Location of Land Based Events
1955John G SampleSMSM04 2716
2720
2774
MINIS Observations of MeV Electron Precipitation on January 21, 2005
1926John G SampleSMSM04 2716
2720
2774
Radiation Belt Relativistic Electron Loss Processes
131David A SampsonBB06 402
414
466
4806
Knowledge gaps in the regional modeling of short- and long-term carbon cycling for intensively managed stands
815Henri SamuelVV03 8121
8137
8162
8180
Geodynamically Consistent Interpretation of Seismic Tomography for Thermal and Thermochemical Mantle Plumes
553Rafael Sanchez-AlvarezUU05 1219
1517
8110
8157
Regional Gravity and Magnetic Studies of Crustal Structure in Northeastern Mexico and Their Tectonic Implications
478Per Even SandholtSMSM05 2411
2431
2475
7835
Response of Aurorae, Plasma Convection, and Birkeland Currents to Strong IMF $B_y$ and Negative $B_z$ Conditions
1251J Carlos SantamarinaNSNS09 925
935
1865
7270
Soils and Processes – Wave-based Characterization
237Joseph A. SantanelloHH07 1847
1855
1865
1866
1894
Using Remotely-Sensed Estimates of Soil Moisture to Infer Spatially Distributed Soil Hydraulic Properties
560Prashant D. SardeshmukhAA15 1605
1610
1616
1620
1704
The Importance of Tropical Pacific SST changes between the Warm Pool and the Cold Tongue
128Priyantha Ranjan SarukkaligeGCGC01 1699
Effect of climate change on coastal fresh groundwater resources
1614William A. SauckNSNS08 416
448
1831
1835
5109
An Updated Model for the Anomalous Resistivity of LNAPL Plumes in Sandy Environments
2011Kaye S SavageBB08 414
469
470
483
496
Influence of Discharge Magnitude on Phosphorus Transport Characteristics in a Variable Land-Use Watershed
658Ivan P SavovVV05 3060
3613
3621
8170
8413
Microscale Mapping of Boron and Lithium in the Mariana sub-arc Mantle via ToF-SIMS
1693Stanislav SazykinSMSM05 2411
2736
2740
2778
2788
Role of Pitch-angle Anisotropy in Ring Current and Subauroral Ionospheric Storm-Time Dynamics
949Frank ScalzoEDED06 855
A Model for Undergraduate and High School Student Research in Earth and Space Sciences: The New York City Research Initiative
141John C SchaakeHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Preprocessing Atmospheric Precipitation Forecasts to Produce Ensemble Forcing for NWS Hydrologic Forecasts
1931Remko ScharrooGG03 1222
1640
1641
9315
Arctic sea level change from satellite altimetry
215Timothy D ScheibeHH25 412
418
1829
1832
1847
In Situ Bioremediation of Uranium in a Heterogeneous Aquifer: Field-Scale Monitoring and Numerical Simulation
1480Robert John SchenckPPPP01 1616
4938
4944
4954
4962
A Foraminiferal investigation of Pleistocene South Atlantic Sea Surface Temperatures and Inter-hemispheric Heat Transport
1865Deborah K ScherrerUU04 800
805
820
830
Space Weather Monitors -- Preparing to Distribute Scientific Devices and Classroom Materials Worldwide for the IHY 2007
503Michael SchindlerMM04 3620
3630
AFM- and XPS-examinations on the Dissolution of Uranyl-Minerals
126William H SchlesingerBB01 414
439
470
478
498
Global Change Science: History and Challenges
1585C. Adam SchlosserAA03 1866
3322
Evaluating Land Memory from the Global Soil Wetness Project Phase 2 Simulations: A North American Perspective
1997Mark W SchmeeckleHH19 1815
1825
1856
1862
Vegetation Effects on Flow and Sediment Transport in Rivers
1803John C SchmidtHH15 1825
1880
Regional Characterization of the Downstream Effects of Dams
1439Donald SchmitSHSH01 7509
7511
7529
7594
Validation Techniques for the MAS Corona Model
302Thomas SchmuggeAA16 1814
3359
3360
Land Surface Emissivity Observations in the 8 - 12 micrometer window from ASTER and MODIS Data
1249Martha A SchollHH17 1041
1803
1831
Stable isotopes of water and sulfate reveal links between recharge processes and sulfate-reducing zones at a landfill leachate contaminated site, Norman, Oklahoma
1145Justin T SchoofAA09 3337
3355
Assessment of Spatial and Temporal Skill Associated With Dynamically and Statistically Downscaled Seasonal Temperature Forecasts in the Southeastern USA
964Paul J SchrammBB01 400
418
419
448
463
Interaction of Cadmium With the Aerobic Bacterium Pseudomonas Mendocina
345Peter SchroederSMSM02 2101
2114
2139
2164
2194
Preparing WIND for the STEREO Mission
492Gerald SchubertPP01 6280
Interior of Enceladus
704Siegfried SchubertAA07 1812
1817
3305
3337
3354
The Role of Atlantic and Pacific SSTs in Producing Long-Term Drought Over the United States
1551Evi SchuepbachEDED01 9800
Training in Soft and Essential Skills for Young Atmospheric Scientists
1685Michael SchulzSMSM01 2704
2716
2740
2778
2788
Analytical Expressions for Flux-Tube Volume in a Field-Line Model of the Ring Current
2043Glen SchusterEDED03 805
820
830
845
855
Technology as a Tool for Understanding: a Pipeline of Curriculum-based Programs for Grades 4 to high school
1465Derek L SchuttTT01 1025
1038
8103
8120
8124
The Effects of Melt Depletion on Mantle Density, Velocity and the Formation of Subcratonic Lithospheric Mantle
1658Bob E SchutzGG03 726
1217
1240
1621
9310
Annual variations observed from coincident ICESat and GRACE data
533Craig SchwandtMBMB02 540
550
594
1027
1042
Petrogenesis Clues: Complex Chemical Zoning Within the Pyroxenes of Martian Meteorites
1782Maia SchweizerVV09 420
448
459
Folded organic carbon membranes in phosphatized Neoproterozoic animal embryos: biogenic or abiogenic?
1405Elisabeth ScribnerHH06 1831
1836
1847
The Fate and Transport of Glyphosate and its Degradation Product, Aminomethylphosphonic Acid (AMPA), in Water
1913Maria SdroliasUU07 8155
8157
8178
Reconstructions of subducted ocean floor along the Andes: a framework for assessing Magmatic and Ore Deposit History
455Richard SeagerAA03 1616
1620
1833
4920
4922
On the origins of North American droughts: a modeling, observational and tree ring analysis
1360Sara SeagerAA11 300
The Vegetation Red Edge as a Biomarker for Detecting Extraterrestrial Plants
1289Howard F SeidelAA15 1616
1626
3339
4255
4263
The Impact of Ocean Model Mean State Biases on Seasonal to Interannual Variability
1138Hans-Michael SeitzVV05 1025
1026
1027
6225
6250
Lithium Isotope Composition of the Bulk Silicate Earth Deduced From Solar and Planetary Reservoirs
945Richard SelesnickSMSM05 2720
2730
2753
2774
Modeling the CRAND protons
1208G SellaGG07 1200
1209
1243
NOAA-NGS CORS Network and its Application to Crustal Deformation
1510Elizabeth SemkiwBB10 418
Evaluation of Dairy Whey as a Subsurface Reactive Barrier Material
1214Thierry SempereUU07 8199
9360
9605
9810
Where and When did High Andean Relief Emerge?: Insights From Molecular Phylogenies of Andean Biota
597Jung Hun SeoVV01 1000
1041
3610
3616
Theoretical calculation of equilibrium copper (I) isotope fractionations in ore-forming fluid
487Kyong-Hwan SeoAA10 429
1616
1620
1626
The Madden-Julian Oscillation in the NCEP GFS AMIP And CFS CMIP Simulations and Operational Forecasts
1786Leo SeparovicAA12 3355
The Effect of Internal Variability on Small Scales Generated by Limited-Area Models
170Ipatov I. SergeiPP03 6035
6210
6213
Migration of Icy Bodies to the Terrestrial Planets
954Sharon L SessionsAA14 321
3310
3314
Development of a Causal Context for Cumulus Ensemble Models
1486Matthew SeversUU11 1043
3618
8414
8428
8494
H$_{2}$O Loss From Melt Inclusions During Laboratory Heating: Evidence From UV Raman Microspectroscopy
1215Xianwei ShaMM03 3909
3919
5102
5134
8124
First-principles study on hcp Fe under Earth’s core conditions
992Kabindra M. ShakyaBB01 418
432
Uptake of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene (TNT) by Vetiver grass ({\it Vetiviera ziznoides} L.) – Preliminary results from a hydroponic study
860Xi ShaoSMSM01 2720
2774
2794
7807
7846
Modeling Current Drive in Space Plasma with Rotating Magnetic Field (RMF)
1943Mark ShappirioSMSM01 7800
7835
7837
Improving our view of the low energy neutral particle populations, initial results.
590Victor SharapovUU08 1009
1012
3610
3612
Equilibrium Dynamics of Magmatogene Fluid Systems in Continental Lithosphere
1396Hatim SharifHH01 1821
1840
1853
Uncertainty of Urban Flood Forecasting
1627Anurag SharmaVV10 406
428
450
495
Deep earth energy resource generation: feasibility and caveats
1899Mukul SharmaVV10 412
450
1060
5215
5220
Synthesis of H$_{2}$ on Terrestrial Planetary Surfaces
419Ramesh D. SharmaSASA01 310
317
335
340
355
A Potential Space-Based Raman-Rayleigh Lidar for in-situ Measurement of Thermospheric Winds, Temperature, and Densities of Major Constituents
420Ramesh D. SharmaSASA01 310
317
335
355
358
Near-Resonant Vibration-to-Vibration Energy Transfer in the NO$^{+}$-N$_{2}$ Collisions
1370Alison M. ShawVV11 3613
8185
8430
Evaluating the Extent of C Cycling Through a Cold Subduction Zone: New Clues from Izu-Bonin Melt Inclusions
1727Lynn K. ShayAA01 3200
6944
7839
A Trifecta of Category-5 Hurricanes: Interactions with the Gulf of Mexico’s Loop Current.
1773Michael A ShaySMSM01 2723
2744
7835
Signatures of Heavy Ion Reconnection in the Magnetotail
2016Megan ShefferNSNS11 545
925
1808
Evaluating the Detectability of Streaming Potential Anomalies Caused by Structural Defects in the Core of an Embankment
1678Justin SheffieldAA07 1616
1655
1812
1836
1876
Variations and trends in global drought frequency 1950-2000 from off-line land surface modeling
70Hua ShenSASA03 2415
2435
2437
2439
2443
TEC Observation at Equatorial Anomaly in China
287Suhung ShenOSOS04 4262
4277
4294
4803
4894
Observing Increased Chlorophyll-a in Storm Wakes for the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season using 8-Day Data Products in Giovanni
951Yang ShenSS02 7203
7218
7219
7270
7290
Finite Frequency Behavior of Head Waves
153Andrew ShepherdGG03 726
758
Bubbling Under: An accidental view of Antarctic subglacial drainage
134Marshall ShepherdHH04 1631
1803
1836
3354
Projected Regional Climate Changes in 2025 Due to Urban Growth
400Theodore G. ShepherdAA06 341
3334
Chemistry-Climate Modelling of the Stratosphere: A Current Perspective
282Steven SherwoodAA16 3311
3314
3324
3360
3374
Global Satellite Observations of Convective Vigor
276Steven C SherwoodAA02 322
1655
3319
3362
Mechanisms controlling water vapor in the UT/LS
586Barbara Sherwood LollarVV09 424
454
1055
6225
Distinguishing Abiogenic Versus Biogenic Sources of Methane and Implications for Mars Exploration
628Eric P ShettleSASA06 300
305
320
341
360
POAM Measurements of Polar Mesospheric Clouds
1621Jainn J ShiAA14 320
321
350
Implementation of NASA/GSFC GCE Cloud Microphysics Schemes into WRF
1174Jianming ShiPP03 5405
5422
5470
6220
6265
Adsorption of O$_{2}$ on Amorphous Water Ice between 50 and 80 K
66Quanqi ShiSMSM01 2724
2784
2794
7811
Studying the property of the magnetotail current sheet using new multipoint techniques
1272Chung-Lin ShieAA14 320
321
Simulated Long-term Cloud Systems Using a Cloud Resolving Model
1245Catherine A ShieldsBB09 469
470
493
1804
1871
Temporal distribution of nitrogen loading: an urban-rural gradient?
772Alan M ShillerBB07 414
461
489
1871
Dissolved Trace Metal and Organic Matter Relationships over Various Fluvial Scales
1501Daehyok ShinHH24 1806
1830
1832
1871
1879
Emergent Properties and Dominant Processes with Temporal Scales: Application of Nonlinear System Identification Method for Rainfall-Runoff Modeling
1297Dong Wook ShinAA17 3322
3354
3355
The Role of an Advanced Land Model in Seasonal Dynamical Downscaling for Crop Model Application
682Dong Wook ShinAA09 3314
3322
3337
3354
Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation in the FSU Climate Model
1457Dong-Bin ShinCC01 750
758
Effects of Atmospheric Water and Surface Wind on Passive Microwave Retrievals of Sea Ice Concentration: a Simulation Study
453Drew T ShindellAA06 340
341
1610
3319
3334
Simulations of preindustrial, present-day, and 2100 dynamics and composition in the NASA GISS composition and climate model
1567Steven B ShireyVV11 1025
1030
3613
8103
9623
Terrestrial Macroscopic Diamonds: Potential Window to Subduction-Recycling of Carbon in the Precambrian
1698William J ShowersHH17 1830
1831
1860
1861
Contaminated Groundwater N flux to Surface Waters from Biosolid Waste Application Fields at a Waste Water Treatment Facility
1097Archana ShresthaAA12 1630
1637
1840
3329
3355
Performance of Nested RegCM3 Climate Model in Central Himalayan Range
1250Lindsay C ShullerMM04 1000
3600
Np5+ Incorporation Into Uranyl Alteration Phases: A Quantum Mechanical Approach
1664C. A. ShumanGG03 720
726
728
776
794
Satellite-Derived Changes of the Larsen C System from ICESat and MODIS Data
1369Michael SiderisGG02 1214
1229
Towards a Dynamic Vertical Datum for Canada
391Roy C SidleHH24 1625
1803
1815
1830
1839
Topographic Effects on Runoff and Sediment Generation from Mountain Roads
448Irina SidorovaININ04 903
1214
Geodynamical model of oil-gas and mineral deposits using RS&GIS /Western Uzbekistan/
494Donald I SiegelNSNS12 499
1090
1806
1831
The Acid-Base Balance Between Organic Acids and Circumneutral Ground Waters in Large Peatlands
1311John B SigwarthSASA01 355
2427
2443
2736
2788
Observations of Three Dimensional Neutral Composition Changes in the Thermosphere During Geomagnetic Storms.
1535Dmitriy SilinSS01 935
3285
5104
5139
5144
On Biot-Barenblatt double porosity model of porous media
706Paul G. SilverTT05 8120
8162
Characterizing the Mantle Flow Field Beneath Eastern North America Using Flow Models Constrained by Seismic Anisotropy
1188George M SimnettSHSH04 7513
7514
7519
7534
Insights Into Relativistic Solar Electron Acceleration and Injection Based on Spectral and Anisotropy Observations Near 1 AU
1683Adam C SimonUU08 3610
3616
3618
3630
3665
The Behavior of Copper at Magmatic Conditions
54Petra SimoncicMM04 1011
1042
1094
Energetics of Rare Earth-doped Hafnia
1482Kyla K SimonsVV05 1025
1031
1041
1065
3613
Composition of the Subduction Component Fluid Estimated from Lithium Isotopes in Guatemalan HP-LT Rocks
1427Daniel A. SimsBB02 414
426
428
466
480
Use of MODIS EVI and LST to Directly Estimate Ecosystem Gross Primary Production Across a Wide Range of Vegetation Types in North America.
1126S K Chaitanya SingaraHH01 1829
1876
1880
A Study on Ground Water Resource Management in Gondwana Formations in Western Part of West Godavari District Andhra Pradesh India
1168S Fred SingerAA05 312
3305
3360
4264
4594
Sea Surface Temperatures (SST): Significance and Measurement
60Gurmeet SinghBB04 409
414
442
470
497
Origin and Mobility of Phosphorus Along Salinity Gradient in Sundarban Mangrove Ecosystem, India
340Ramesh P. SinghAA08 305
345
480
1610
1616
Satellite and Ground Based Observations on Air Quality Over Major Cities in the Indo-Gangetic Basin
677Kamini SinghaNSNS06 1835
1846
1847
3275
5109
Quantifying Apparent Petrophysical Relations in Resistivity Tomograms
719Kamini SinghaNSNS11 925
994
1835
5109
Designing Resistivity Geometries for Long Term Monitoring of Hydrologic Processes
500A K SinhaTT04 8110
Lithosphere Stabilization Events and the Fate of Paleo-lithospheres for Eastern North America
932Mona-Liza SirbescuVV07 1036
1043
3625
3640
The Onset of Crystallization of a Rare-Element Pegmatite, Florence County, Wisconsin: a Fluid and Melt Inclusion Study
219George SiscoeUU04 1739
2199
2499
2799
Scientific Foundations of the International Heliophysical Year
509David E SiskindSASA06 305
340
342
Application of an interactive parameterization for polar mesospheric clouds and comparison with observations.
1363David E SiskindSASA02 300
355
358
Towards a self consistent picture of odd nitrogen and molecular oxygen chemistry in the thermosphere.
537Mikhail I SitnovSMSM01 2723
2744
2760
Self-consistent Kinetic Theory of Plasma Bubbles
547Mikhail I SitnovSMSM01 2409
2740
2744
High-resolution Empirical Modeling of the Magnetotail Field Structure for Different Magnetospheric Conditions
1009Bellie SivakumarHH24 1804
1847
1860
1872
4475
Upward and Downward Approaches in Hydrology: Is There a Meeting Place?
1395Katherine J SkalakHH19 1625
1815
1856
4804
4863
Fine-grained sediment storage conditioned by Large Woody Debris in a gravel-bed river
790Wilbert R SkinnerSASA04 310
394
3332
3334
3369
Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Winds from space: A decade and a half of observations
1354Leonard S. SklarHH22 1825
1839
1859
1862
1879
Spatial Variability in Sediment Supply at Multiple Scales: Implications for the Influence of Channel Network Structure and Rock Strength on Bedload Flux and Grain Size Distributions
1672Frances N. SkomurskiMM04 3600
3620
3947
Adsorption Energy Trends on UO$_{2}$ and ThO$_{2}$ Surfaces
1047Grzegorz D. SkrzypekPPPP02 330
428
454
473
497
The carbon isotopic composition of mosses and peat: record of temperature variations
1906David SmallAA07 1616
1800
1854
An Abrupt Increase in Fall Precipitation: Decadal Precipitation Variability over the United States After 1950
366Laura A. SmartNSNS11 525
1829
1830
Continuous Monitoring of Vertical Resistivity Probes in the Transition Zone; Field Observations of Resistivity Hysteresis and Other Phenomena
623Alexei V SmirnovGPGP04 1525
1560
8110
8125
9622
Paleomagnetism of the $\sim$2.4 Ga Widgiemooltha Dike Swarm (Western Australia): Preliminary Results
713Jan SmitPP02 400
3030
3099
5420
9350
No Evidence For Autochtonous Maastrichtian Sediment Above Chicxulub Suevitic Ejecta in The Yaxcopoil-1 Core: The Chicxulub Impact is the K/T Boundary Impact.
1629Benjamin E SmithGG03 730
774
1023
1621
Mapping Elevation Changes in the Ross Embayment with ICESat Cross-Overs and Repeat-Track Analysis
1703James A SmithHH20 1821
1840
The Storm Event Water Balance of Urban Watersheds
1109Michael B. SmithHH01 1821
1846
1847
1848
1866
The Distributed Hydrologic Model Intercomparison Project Phase 2 (DMIP 2): Overview and Initial NWS Results
1822Roger W SmithUU04 7845
7859
7863
7899
IHY and CAWSES working together on universal processes.
85Thomas M. SmithAA05 4504
Analyses of SST with Uncertainty Estimates
265Christopher G SmithtroSASA02 355
358
1650
2443
Climatological response of a 1-D thermosphere and ionosphere to anthropogenic and solar drivers
576Seubson SoisuvarnOSOS01 4275
4504
A Novel Oceanic Wind Vector Measurement from ADEOS-II using Combined Active and Passive Microwave Techniques
927Luigi A SolariUU05 1100
3640
8000
8104
8106
Geochronology, structural evolution of the Tierra Colorada area, and tectonic implications for southern Mexico and Chort\'{i}s block connections
1823Alexander V SolovievNGNG02 3374
4455
4490
Transitional Regime of the Air-Sea Interface Under High Wind-Speed Conditions
1626Qian SongAA15 3305
3337
3339
4255
4522
Influence of the tropical Pacific on the predictability of the Indian Ocean Dipole in the GFDL coupled model
1274Xiaoliang SongAA14 3314
3337
3354
Effects of Convective Entrainment and Detrainment on GCM Simulations
1511Y. Tony SongGG05 1200
4203
4522
The Subarctic Ocean-Bottom-Pressure Oscillation Observed by GRACE and Its Link to ENSO
929Yucheng SongAA01 6300
Observing system simulation experiments for idealized uniform data
1454Thomas SotirelisSMSM01 2716
2723
2748
7807
Survey of Reconnection Signatures in Auroral Oval Ion Precipitation
1364Ruth SotoGPGP04 1525
1527
1533
8109
8169
Syn-extensional Remagnetization as a Tool to Analyse the Mesozoic Extensional Geometry in the Western Sector of the Basque-Cantabrian Basin (Northern Spain)
1273Barbara J SouterVV01 530
933
3618
8015
9310
3D Structure of the Feeder Zone of the McMurdo Dry Valleys Magmatic System, Antarctica
1143James SpannSMSM06 2194
2494
2794
7594
7894
"Morphing Instrument"; a concept for future space instrumentation
1970Lynn C SparlingBB05 300
3252
4468
A New Asymptotic Method for Non-Coincident Satellite Data Validation
1808Erik SpenceDIDI02 1599
Turbulence-Induced Large Scale Magnetic Fields in the Madison Dynamo Experiment
1384Harlan SpenceSMSM01 2704
2706
2723
Solar Wind and IMF Control of Southern Hemisphere Cusp Aurora Location
1932Harlan E SpencePP01 5421
5470
6250
6297
The Cosmic Ray Telescope for the Effects of Radiation (CRaTER): Lunar Science Goals
1607Edmund SpencerSMSM01 2784
2788
2790
7954
Analysis of Geomagnetic Storms and Substorms with the WINDMI Model
1497Sergio SpezialeMM03 3900
3909
3919
3924
3999
The effects of Fe Spin Transition on the Elastic Properties of Ferropericlase in the Earth’s Lower Mantle
1555Thomas R. SpilkerININ02 5400
5700
6255
6275
6281
Using Autonomously-Controlled Aerocapture to Achieve High-Priority Science
1303Thulasiraman SrinivasanAA08 305
345
365
3315
3360
Lidar and Sunphotometer observations of aerosol optical properties over Egbert, ON
1415Ivanka StajnerAA04 341
368
394
3315
Tropospheric and Stratospheric Ozone From Assimilation of Aura Data
1063Emilie K StanderBB09 469
493
497
1834
The Effects of Urbanization on Nitrate Removal Capacity of Urban Wetlands
430Yuri StarovoitSS02 394
7212
7219
7294
Mechanical sensitivity of pressure sensors and a correlation between seismic and infrasound signals
2058Sarah StatonVV09 9800
Iron isotope fractionation during photo-oxidation of aqueous ferrous iron
352Richard J SteadSS02 525
6339
7219
7290
Data Collection and Integration in Support of the NNSA Knowledge Base
1882Jeffrey W StehrAA01 305
320
322
345
368
Trends in emissions and acid deposition over the northeastern US: Measurements and modeling
1488Jeffrey D. SteillAA04 300
340
345
365
394
Integration of Ground-Based Solar FT-IR Absorption Spectroscopy and Open-Path Systems for Atmospheric Analysis
1752Carol A. SteinUU12 3015
3017
3035
8130
Does Hydrothermal Circulation Matter?
224Andrea StenkeAA02 340
Simulated Trends of Stratospheric Water Vapor From 1960 to 1999 and Their Impact on Ozone Chemistry
577Zoltan SternovskyPP01 2129
2194
6015
6023
6213
The Large Area Mass Analyzer instrument for interplanetary dust particles
661Michael H. StevensSASA06 310
319
321
360
3311
Concurrent Measurements of the PMC mass on the Limb and in the Nadir: New Constraints on Hemispheric Asymmetries
1557Kenneth StewartSHSH03 6954
Characterizing Active Antennas for the Long Wavelength Array
1592Kenneth P. StewartSHSH03 6954
The Site of the Long Wavelength Demonstration Array (LWDA)
422S.L.S. StippMM04 1012
1655
1831
3620
3947
Green Rust: Structure, Redox Reaction Mechanisms, Transformation and Colloidal Behaviour
755Richard S StolarskiAA06 341
Dynamic Feedback due to Ozone Changes in the Antarctic Stratosphere
1828Edward C. StoneSHSH02 2104
2114
2124
2126
2134
Exploring the Heliosheath
759Jesse B StoneAA14 300
321
368
Convective Signatures in Ozone Profiles: Guidance for Cloud Models
1193Susan E StrahanAA06 340
341
1610
3334
How Model Differences in Stratospheric Transport can Influence Polar Ozone Recovery
1506Robert J StrangewaySMSM01 2409
2431
2721
2736
2776
Field-Aligned Current Morphology: Comparisons Between Simulations and Spacecraft Observations
1263David M StrausAA15 3235
3305
3319
3364
Dependence of Flow Regime Properties on SST: Validation of large ensemble AGCM simulations and Estimation of Reanalysis pdfs.
1684Paul R StrausSASA02 2415
2722
Solar-Maximum Ionospheric Climatology Derived from the Ionospheric Occultation Experiment (IOX)
426Anatoly V StreltsovSMSM04 2716
2752
2753
2774
Whistler ducting in the radiation belts
1765Joanne E StubbsVV06 1042
1065
1094
3694
Mineral Hosts for Uranium in Oak Ridge Soils
1631Timothy J StubbsSMSM03 2706
2721
2723
2724
2784
Multiscale observations of plasma transport through the cusp region
663Hongbo SuHH07 480
1800
1818
Sensitivity analysis of regional scale evapotranspiration predictions to the forcing data
55S.-Y. SuSASA03 2415
2427
2437
2439
Meridional Wind Effect on the Seasonal/Longitudinal Distribution of Equatorial Density Irregularities Inferred From ROCSAT-1 Observations
1477Masahiro SugiyamaAA10 1616
3305
3314
Nonlinear Advection of Tropospheric Humidity and Cloud and Evaporation Feedbacks in the Madden-Julian Oscillation
350Roger E SummonsBB01 424
444
Biomarkers as Proxies for Life and Environment
1053Chaojiao SunAA15 1616
3238
3337
4215
4260
A Case Study of the GMAO Coupled Forecast Skill: The Role of Ocean Initialization in Improving Equatorial Pacific SST Forecasts
918Donglian SunAA05 3300
3329
3339
3355
3360
Warm Gulf Waters, and Geophysical Parameter Impacts on the Development of Hurricane Katrina
580He-Ping SunGG04 1217
1219
7200
Temporal Variation in Tidal Gravity and Geodynamic Problems
1177Junqiang SunBB05 480
MODIS Reflective Solar Bands Radiometric Stability Monitoring Using the Moon
38Wenke SunGG04 1200
1217
1240
1244
1299
Temporal Gravity Changes due to Earthquakes and Volcanoes – Recent Advances in Theoretical and Observational Studies in Japan
174Youshun SunSS02 7200
7203
7215
7230
IMPROVEMENT OF SEISMIC SOURCE LOCATIONS USING 3-D VELOCITY MODELS - EXAMPLES FROM CHINA
192Zhaobo SunAA03 1616
1631
1637
1812
1821
Interdecadal Variations of the East Asian Summer Monsoon and Drought/Flood Patterns in Last 530 Years over Eastern China
471Zhibin SunDIDI02 1510
3315
Geomagnetic Data Assimilation in MoSST Core Model
804Jessica M. SunshinePP03 6000
6008
6020
6055
The Distribution of Water Ice In and On the Comet 9P/Tempel 1
64Leif SvalgaardSHSH01 1739
2134
2776
7524
7537
Interplanetary Magnetic Field Strength 1902-1906
574Adam SzaboSMSM02 2194
The LWS Sentinels Data Environment
77Robert B SzerbiakNSNS06 520
545
560
Electrical and Petrophysical modeling of Ferron Sandstone data
1152Katalin SzlaveczHH12 452
486
Building an End-to-end System for Long Term Soil Monitoring
665David W. SzymanskiVV01 1031
1037
1065
3640
Juvenile Continental Crust in Costa Rica: High-Silica Miocene-Pliocene Ignimbrites of the Bagaces Formation

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
130ALAIN TABBAGHNSNS01 416
486
925
1512
1866
Mapping Soil Structure, Identification and Monitoring of Soil processes
967Christina TagueHH24 1813
1839
1847
1884
Scale effects underlying spatial patterns of eco-hydrologic processes and their sensitivity to climate variability in the mountains of the Western US
1542Ghassan TahaAA01 300
340
360
Evaluation of GOMOS limb scattering measurements
1541Taka'aki TairaVV01 2753
8400
8419
Pressure Oscillations in Magma Chambers due to Replenishment during Volcanic Eruptions
749Kazue TakahashiSMSM01 2724
2730
2752
2784
2788
Contribution of Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure Fluctuations to ULF Power in the Inner Magnetosphere
513Aleksandre TaktakishviliSMSM05 2778
Buildup of the Ring Current During Periodical Loading-Unloading Cycle in the Magnetotail Driven by the Steady Southward IMF
1981Elsayed R TalaatUU03 2479
6225
6900
6929
Solar Rotational Effects on the Mars Ionosphere
1618Elsayed R TalaatSASA05 2437
3332
3369
3389
Lower Atmosphere Effects on Thermospheric and Ionospheric Variability
176Koji TamaiHH20 1804
1836
1843
1876
1880
The effect of various forest disturbance on water dischareg -paired watershed experiment in Tatsunokuchi-yama, Japan-
1059Mark E TamisieaGG05 720
1217
1236
1645
Trends in the Geoid Over North America
1793Arjun TanSMSM01 2409
2411
2431
2463
A Simple Analytical Model for Subauroral Polarization Jet
1826Hui TanVV06 419
463
471
1042
Mineralogical Characterization of Manganese Oxides in Mine Water Treatment Systems
451Wei-Kuo TaoHH04 1854
The Role of Aerosols on Precipitation Processes
259Yuri TaranVV10 454
1034
1041
1055
8410
Carbon Isotope Effects in the Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
635Oksana A. TarasovaAA04 300
365
368
A New Approach to Estimate Atmospheric Transport Impact on the Local Variability of the Surface Ozone
631John A TardunoDIDI02 1507
1510
1521
5734
Long-term strength of the time-averaged geodynamo: Status of the database and comparisons with numerical models
641Brett Filip TaubmanAA04 322
345
365
368
Summer Hot, Summer Not: Emissions, Transport, and Trends of Ground Level Ozone over the Mid-Atlantic U.S.
761John A TaylorGCGC01 1626
1630
A high resolution nested simulation of climate change for the western United States using CCM3 and MM5
904Michael J. TaylorSASA06 3305
3332
3334
3360
Ground-Based Observations of Polar Mesospheric Clouds: Structure, Radiance and Gravity Wave Effects.
461Patrick T. TaylorGPGP01 1219
1243
1517
1541
1545
Tectonic Interpretation of CHAMP Geopotential Data over the Northern Adriatic Sea.
1630Irina TcherednichenkoBB01 414
466
469
Combining Field and Remote Sensing Data to Generate Leaf N Parameter Surfaces
1334Benjamin D TeolisPP03 5405
5422
5470
6218
6280
Oxygen Trapping in Icy Satellite Surfaces
1976Richard J. TerrileAA11 394
Retrieval of Earthshine Spectra Using Evolutionary Computational Methods as Analogs for Extra-Solar Planetary Spectra
1730Vid ThayalanGG01 1221
1240
1243
Atmospheric contribution to the dissipation of the gravitational tide of Phobos on Mars
1697Stephen M ThebergeBB01 414
470
496
1030
1806
Nitrogen and phosphorus dynamics in a highly eutrophic pond in northeastern Massachuseets: Nitrogen limitation
725Chacharee TherapongBB01 402
418
432
461
Arsenic Accumulation by {\it Pteris vittata} L. in Two Chemically Variant Soils Treated with Arsenical Pesticides - Greenhouse Study
1769James R ThiemanEDED03 805
820
825
7999
The Student Observation Network: Tracking a Solar Storm through NASA Data Access
1701James R ThiemanSMSM02 2199
2499
2799
SPASE: Metadata Interoperability in the Great Observatory Environment
675Ellen ThomasBU01 404
424
428
442
Long Island Sound: a Human Dominated Environment
1005Gary E ThomasSASA06 305
320
325
340
Long-term Variations of PMC brightness and occurence frequency: Are they caused by changes in atmospheric tides?
848Jay B ThomasUU08 1009
1043
1065
1094
3630
Interfacial Energetics of Tilt and Twist Grain Boundaries in Quartz: the Effect on Fluid Distribution in Deep-Seated Rocks
1317Maik ThomasGG05 1217
1223
4255
Interpretation of Regional and Total Oceanic Mass Signals From GRACE by Means of Numerical Simulations
581Sheeba M ThomasHH11 1803
1831
1834
Evaluation of Water Treatment Methods for Endocrine Disrupting Compounds
488Anne M ThompsonAA04 300
365
368
Variability in Tropospheric Ozone Observed Through Ozone Soundings
2033Barbara J ThompsonHGHG02 1704
1739
1799
The IGY Gold History Preservation Program
934Ian ThompsonNSNS08 416
418
Application of electrokinetics for stimulating microbial clean-up of contaminated soils
315Keith R ThompsonGG02 1222
1240
The Mean Sea Surface Topography of the North Atlantic: Comparison of Results From an Eddy-Permitting Ocean Model and a Regional Geoid Based on GRACE Data
2014Hanqin TianGCGC03 1630
1631
1632
1637
1655
Anthropogenic and natural disturbances of carbon, nitrogen and water cycles and their global effects
1179Yudong TianHH02 1800
1821
1847
1854
1866
Evaluation of TRMM-based Precipitation Products in the Southeast U. S. and Their Impact on Hydrological Modeling
700Ileana M TibuleacSS02 7219
7255
Location of active quarries using an automatic Rg detector and waveforms recorded at the New England Seismic Network
481Anahita Ani TikkuGG07 1209
1242
1243
8158
Motion of the Bird's Head Block and co-seismic deformation from GPS data
35Andreas TilgnerDIDI02 1510
Precession, Tides and the Geodynamo
1113Seears TimININ05 9810
MAGDA and MAGNATE: Secure Web-Based Data Distribution and Visualization for the Cassini Magnetometer
1413Giovanna TinettiAA11 343
406
5210
5704
Detectability of Surface and Atmospheric Signatures in the Disk-averaged Spectra of the Earth
441Mingfang TingAA03 300
The Role of the North American Topography on the Maintenance of the Great Plains Summer Low-Level Jet
9Manish TiwariPPPP02 1620
3305
4914
4928
Correlation Between the Equatorial and the High-Latitude Climatic Variations and its Implications
1078Takeshi TokidaNSNS12 416
426
490
1890
Low Atmospheric Pressure Triggers Methane Ebullition From Peatland
2026David L TollAA16 1622
1640
1655
1855
Land Surface Water and Energy Flux Evaluation from the North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) and Land Data Assimilation Systems (LDAS) for Water Resources Applications
1270David L TollHH01 1847
1879
1880
1899
Improving Water Management Decision Support Tools Using NASA Satellite and Modeling Data
1532Edward I TollerudHH13 1816
1840
3354
Choosing Optimum Verification Data for QPF
330Sonia TonariniVV05 1040
1041
The Boron Transfer From The Slab To The Mantle Wedge: A Combined Study In South Sandwich Island Arc And Southern Volcanic Zone In The Chile Andes.
434Roy B TorbertSMSM06 2194
2494
2794
7800
7894
A Review of in-situ Space Plasma Instrumentation for Geospace Plasmas
318Mattias TornquistSMSM06 2419
2494
2794
7894
An Electromagnet-based Mass Spectrometer for Magnetospheric keV Ion Measurements
791Omar TorresAA08 300
305
345
365
4251
Aura-OMI Aerosols and Tropospheric Chemistry Measurements for Air Quality Applications
69John A. TossellMM03 3610
3620
4912
Boric Acid Adsorption onto Humic Acids: Structures, Stabilities, 11B NMR and 11B,10B Isotopic Fractionations of Surface Complexes
421Zoltan TothHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Bayesian Processor of Ensemble for Precipitation Forecasting: A Development Plan
1566Etienne TourignyAA12 3309
3322
3339
3355
4522
Seasonal Prediction at the Regional Scale: An Analysis of Regional Climate Model Performance Over Central America.
1935Robert J TracyUU11 1115
1125
3620
Correlation of EMP chemical ages and IMP U-Pb isotopic ages: issues of spatial resolution including nature and orientation of age domain boundaries
123Wesley A. TraubAA11 406
424
3367
5210
5225
Earthshine and Extrasolar Planets
901Sylwia TrzaskaAA15 1610
1620
3337
3354
Simulation of Subseasonal Characteristics of Rainfall in Central West Africa using a Hidden Markov Model.
566Roland T. TsunodaSASA03 2415
2435
2437
2439
2443
Coupling of Layer Instabilities in the Nighttime Midlatitude Ionosphere
572Roland T. TsunodaSASA03 2415
2435
2437
2439
2443
On Large-Scale Wave Structure and Day-to-day Variability in Equatorial Spread F
1186Stefan N TulichAA14 3310
3314
3337
3374
Probed Sensitivities of Explicitly Simulated Tropical Cloud Ensembles to Their Large-Scale Setting
911Peter L TyackOSOS02 900
935
994
3000
3025
Biological Significance of Acoustic Impacts on Marine Mammals: Examples Using an Acoustic Recording tag to Define Acoustic Exposure of Sperm Whales, {\it Physeter catodon}, Exposed to Airgun Sounds in Controlled Exposure Experiments.

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
524Suwimon UdphuayNSNS13 910
GPR Investigation of an Earlier Romanesque Foundation Beneath the Gothic Abbey Church of Valmagne, Villeveyrac, South of France
156Aleksandr Y UkhorskiySMSM05 2720
2730
2774
2778
7845
Global Interactions of the Outer Electron Belt with Large-Scale Inner Magnetospheric Fields: Transport and Losses
12Koichiro UmemotoMM03 3620
3924
6296
Dissociation of CaIrO$_3$-type MgSiO$_3$ at ultra-high PTs: implications for the solar giants and terrestrial exoplanets
697Jaime Urrutia-FucugauchiUU05 1525
8111
8157
8178
Paleogeographic and Tectonic Implications of Paleomagnetic Data From Mexico, Central America, Northern South America and Caribbean Arc
1553Arcadi V. UsmanovSHSH02 2134
2149
2164
The deceleration of the solar wind and the intensity of the interplanetary magnetic field in the distant heliosphere
853Satoshi UtsunomiyaMM04 3600
Radiation effects in garnet

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
442Rami VainioSHSH04 7513
7514
7807
7851
Particle Acceleration at Shocks Propagating in Inhomogenous Magnetic Fields
438Rami VainioSHSH04 7513
7514
7807
Background Spectra and Velocity Dispersion of Solar Energetic Particles
431Rami VainioSHSH04 7513
7514
7807
7851
7867
Modeling of Energetic Particle Acceleration and Transport in Solar Corona
981Lisa ValvoHH22 1824
Links Between Erosional `Hot Spots' and Decadal-Scale Wave Stochasticity
1033Huug M van den DoolAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
Sensitivity of the NCEP CFS to Localized Soil Moisture Anomalies
1372Wouter van der WalGG04 1217
1236
9350
Geoid Rate From Surface Measurements as Constraint For Postglacial Rebound Modelling
827Peter E van KekenTT01 3613
7209
8104
8121
The thermal structure of the Alaska-Aleutian subduction zone
739Kasper van WijkNSNS13 7299
On estimating the impulse response between receivers in a controlled ultrasonic experiment
1134Jon VandegriffSMSM02 2199
2499
2799
Groundwork for Integrated Analysis of Distributed S3C Data
1392David A. VankoUU08 1021
1034
1039
1041
1043
Conditions of Formation of Secondary Quartz in Hydrothermally Altered, Subsurface Dacite beneath the Deep-Sea PACMANUS Hydrothermal Field, Manus Basin, Papua New Guinea
342Brian L Vant-HullHH04 321
394
The Effects of Cloud Morphology and Sun-Satellite Angle on MODIS Studies of Cloud/Aerosol Interactions Over Amazonia During the Burning Season
104James P. VanyoDIDI02 1213
1507
1510
1622
8115
Global Heat and Precession Energy
28James P. VanyoGPGP01 1213
1507
1510
1626
1714
Geodynamo Energy and Global Heat
248James P. VanyoHGHG01 545
1510
1709
1714
3294
A History of Precession Dissipation Energy
794Alexander P VasilkovAA08 305
360
3360
Using Rotational Raman Scattering in the Atmosphere for Satellite Retrieval of the Aerosol Plume Height
521Bernard J VasquezSHSH01 2109
2134
7811
Directional Discontinuities in the Solar Wind
1207Dimitris VassiliadisSMSM01 2721
2784
4400
A Dynamic Ground-Geomagnetic Field Model for the Southern Polar Cap
1715Gabriel VecchiAA10 3374
4504
Coupled Indian Ocean intraseasonal variability
1079Gabriel A VecchiAA07 1600
3374
4231
Weakening of Pacific Walker Circulation since the mid-19th Century
1686Thangamani VeeramaniSMSM01 2722
2784
2788
3238
7839
Forecasting Geomagnetic Activity Using Kalman Filters
612Ilya V. VekslerVV07 3612
3616
3618
3630
Phase Equilibria in the Peralkaline Portion of the Na$_{2}$O-K$_{2}$O-Al$_{2}$O$_{3}$-SiO$_{2}$-H$_{2}$O System up to 1.2 GPa
435Avner VengoshHH17 496
1040
1831
1859
Radium isotope quartet in groundwater as a proxy for identification of aquifer rocks and mechanisms of water-rock interactions: examples from the Negev, Israel
1379Sarita A VenkatramanSASA03 2439
2481
The Behavior of Ionospheric Plasma in Topside Equatorial Plasma Structures
1066Brett D. VerhoefHH12 1800
4500
4800
Identification of Atmospheric Events Using Data Mining and Observations From an Atmospheric Monitoring Cyberinfrastructure
800Nicholeen M ViallSMSM01 2700
Discrete Frequency Magnetospheric Oscillations and Their Relation to Periodic Solar Wind Number Density Structures
2037Edward P VicenziMBMB02 1039
1060
1065
3694
5415
Analyzing Mars on Earth Using Multiple Hyperspectral Imaging Methods
510Daniel A VilaHH03 1816
1840
1854
1855
Evaluation and Improvement of AMSU Precipitation Retrievals Over Ocean
1780Gabriele VillariniHH13 1821
1840
1853
1873
An Investigation on the Combined Effects of the Uncertainties in Radar-Rainfall Estimates and Flash Flood Guidance
1928Monica VillarrealSHSH03 6954
7534
7536
Solar Cycle Variability of Low Frequency Solar Radio Emission
575Augustin VintzileosAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
Prospects for Forecast of Cumulative Precipitation at Subseasonal Time Scales over the Sahel with the NCEP Climate Forecasting System
427Augustin VintzileosAA10 1616
1635
3305
3309
Successes and Challenges in Forecasting Tropical Intraseasonal Oscillations with the NCEP Climate Forecasting System
138Enrique R VivoniHH05 1840
1854
1855
1860
1866
Improved Understanding of North American Monsoon Hydrometeorology Through Integration of Field Campaigns, Remote Sensing and Numerical Modeling
1380hien voSASA05 2423
2441
2443
2447
The Ionospheric Response to the X-17 Solar Flare on September 07, 05: An Arecibo Perspective
1830Thomas A VogelUV01 1009
1036
1065
3640
8410
PVA in Igneous Petrology: The Rosetta Stone for Testing Mixing and Fractionation Models
121Peter R. VogtOSOS01 3000
3005
3037
3038
3045
The Alpha-Mendeleev Magmatic Province, Arctic Ocean: A New Synthesis
1717Ralph R.R.B von FreseTT01 1219
6022
Permian-Triassic Mascon in Antarctica
1902Tycho T. von RosenvingeSHSH04 7500
7514
7519
Elemental Abundances Observed by ACE During Ground Level Events
928Coerte V. VoorhiesDIDI02 1507
1510
1545
1560
5734
An Inter-Comparison Between Dynamo Simulated, Observational and Expectation Magnetic Spectra
1736Jan VorbergerMM03 350
3611
3919
5724
6220
Equation of State Calculations for Hydrogen and Helium Under Giant Planet Conditions
926Mary A VoytekBB10 400
414
432
448
471
Integrating Techniques to Understand the Biological Controls on Redox Conditions at Water Table Interfaces in the Subsurface

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
1870Kiri L. WagstaffININ02 305
5405
5464
Detecting Dust Storms and Water Ice Clouds Onboard THEMIS
179Duane Duane Waliser WaliserAA10 3305
3310
3314
3337
Predictability and Forecast Skill Analysis of the MJO in NCEP/CFS Hindcasts
1962Becca WalkerEDED03 805
830
850
Critical Elements of Scientist-Teacher Partnerships and Lessons Learned About Partnership Program Design
1443Becca WalkerEDED05 820
830
845
Plate Boundary Observatory Nucleus Education and Outreach: Bringing GPS and Data-Rich Activities Into College and Secondary Earth Science Classrooms
1598David N WalkerSMSM01 2494
7831
7833
7867
7894
Further Studies of the Inhomgeneous Sheath as the Source of Collisionless Resistance in Plasmas in Spherical Geometry${^*}$
978Ira James WalkerGCGC01 1616
1635
3305
3307
Linear Stability Analysis and Boundary Layer Fluxes of Trace Gases and Aerosols
579Jeffrey P WalkerHH05 1804
1813
1818
1855
1866
Towards SMOS: The 2006 National Airborne Field Experiment Plan
1258Donald WalterEDED06 805
810
830
855
Increasing Diversity in the K-16 Pipeline in Earth and Space Science
1424M.Todd WalterHH18 1806
1813
1850
1871
1879
Spatiotemporal hydrological patterns in the landscape: Water quality implications
2030Bin WangAA15 3337
Dominant Modes of Asian-Australian Monsoon Variability in Observation and in Multi-model Ensemble Seasonal Prediction
536Chien WangHH04 305
1807
1854
3311
Black Carbon Aerosols and Tropical Convective Precipitation
1445Guiling WangAA10 1833
1836
1840
1843
Quantifying the strength of soil moisture-precipitation coupling and its sensitivity to changes in surface water budget
643Guoquan WangSS01 7200
7212
7219
7294
Some Observations on Colocated and Closely-Spaced 1-Second Sampled GPS and Ground-Motion Accelerograph Data From the 2003 San Simeon (M 6.5), California, Earthquake
271Hailan WangAA07 1600
1616
1626
1630
1655
Atmospheric Hydrological Cycle in the Tropics in Twentieth Century Coupled Climate Simulations
258Jin WangBB03 428
470
486
1813
1866
Soil Carbon Dioxide Flux during Secondary Succession in the Temperate Climate Zone
49Jue WangSMSM01 2723
CLUSTER AND TC1 FIVE POINT OBSERVATIONS OF AN FTE ON JAN. 4, 2005: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
1280Jun WangAA12 3355
Seasonal Precipitation Variability in the Great Plains from the Regional Spectral Model
139Linghua WangSHSH04 7513
7514
7519
7534
A study of the solar injection for nine scatter-free impulsive electron events
244Minghuai WangAA02 305
1600
3337
3362
Comparison of the flux of water into the stratosphere on aerosols, in cirrus clouds, and as vapor
109Mingyu WangHH14 1800
1829
1838
1847
Estimation of Spatially and Temporally Varied Groundwater Recharge from Precipitation Using a Systematic and Integrated Approach
1971Ping WangHH20 1800
1847
1860
1861
1862
A Geotatistics Approach to Estimate Riverine Loads
379Qinxue WangGCGC03 470
1632
1655
1804
1836
Monitoring and Simulating Water, Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics over Catchments in Eastern Asia
1390Wanqiu WangAA05 3300
3339
A Multi-Platform-Merged (MPM) SST Analysis
900Wanqiu WangAA10 3300
Dynamical forecasts of the MJO by the current operational NCEP GFS and CFS models
143Wen-Jun WangGG04 1200
1239
4410
4420
4430
Chaotic Tumbling of Geomagnetic Poles
972Xu WangUMB02 5494
6225
6250
6297
Instrumentation for near-surface dusty environments of planetary objects
472Yan Ming WangGG02 1219
1295
Evaluation and Validation of Intermap’s Airborne Gravity Data in Baltimore and Western California
976Yi WangSS03 1025
1212
1213
7203
7208
Seismic Constraints on Geometry, Seismic Velocity and Anisotropy of the ``African Anomaly``
2040Yongli WangSMSM01 2731
2740
2753
Magnetotail Bubble Dynamics from MHD Simulations and Observations
2038Yongli WangSMSM01 2723
2724
2784
5443
Geophysical Control of FTE Solar Wind Dependence
519Yu WangMM02 3612
3630
3924
8124
8147
Carbon Solubility in Metallic Iron and Melting Relations in the Fe-C System at High Pressure and Temperature
239Yuming WangSASH01 7513
7519
7900
7954
Impact of major coronal mass ejections on geo-space during September 7 -- 13, 2005
924Yuqing WangNGNG02 3314
3329
3332
3339
3367
What Interrupts the Development of Tropical Cyclones?
1789Z. WangPP01 5759
6265
Light Scattering Properties of Saturnian Ring Particles
1162W. E. WardSASA05 341
3332
3334
3369
3389
First Results from the CAWSES Global Tidal Campaign
1946Yumiko WatanabeVV08 315
325
406
1041
1055
Mass independent fractionation of sulfur isotopes during thermochemical reduction of native sulfur, sulfite and sulfate by amino acids
11Steven WatchornSASA04 3309
3315
3332
3360
3369
First Light from Triple-Etalon Fabry-Perot Interferometer for Atmospheric OI Airglow (6300 A)
401E. Bruce WatsonUU02 1042
1065
3630
8411
8412
Recent Developments in Accessory-Mineral Thermometry of Crustal Rocks: Zircon, Rutile and Sphene
306Tara K WatsonBB09 469
483
493
Groundwater Nitrate Removal Capacity of Riparian Zones in Urbanizing Watersheds
506Darryn W WaughAA06 341
Chlorine and Ozone Recovery in CCMs
1388Tracey L WawrzeniakCC01 1616
3305
3322
3339
3344
The Spatial and Temporal Variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation Recorded in Ice Core Major Ion Time Series
1775Elizabeth C WeatherheadSASA02 7900
7974
The non-linear response of the ionosphere to solar activity and the resultant influence on trends.
525Scott J. WeaverAA03 1616
1635
Interannual Variations of the Great Plains Low-Level Jet: Large Scale Circulation Context and Hydroclimate Impacts
826Phillip A WebbSASA01 2431
2437
2443
2467
2481
Determining mid-Latitude O$^+$/H$^+$ Transition Altitudes From Topside Ionograms
1766William WebberHH25 418
1009
1832
1894
Automated Web-based Monitoring of a Pump and Treat System at the Hanford Site
140William J WeberMM04 3620
3699
3904
3999
Studies of Alpha-Decay Event Damage in Pu-Doped Zircon
1844Dayanthie S WeeraratneSS03 7208
7218
7270
8109
8120
Variations in Upper Mantle Seismic Structure Across the Ethiopian Plateau
1382Helin WeiHH07 1631
1843
3322
Towards the improvement of the NCEP Noah land surface model in the North American Land Data Assimilation System during the warm season
990Kuo-Yen WeiPPPP02 1620
3305
4914
4928
9355
The Northward Advance of ITCZ During the Last Deglaciation in the Tropical Western Pacific
692Zigang WeiGG04 1560
Spatial-temporal correlation between the time variable gravity and geomagnetic secular variation
1002Klaus WeickmannAA10 1239
3319
Subseasonal Atmospheric Variations During the 2005-06 Cold Season
1985Robert S WeigelSMSM02 7899
7999
Data Set Creation Using the Open Source Software Development Model
864Michael N WeintraubBB03 414
428
442
470
486
The Effects of Climate and Tree Rhizodeposition on Exoenzyme Activity, Organic Matter Decomposition, and Soil Respiration in a Subalpine Forest Ecosystem
1206Johanna V WeissBB10 404
414
418
448
463
Microbial Community Structure and Function at an Aquifer Contaminated with Landfill Leachate (Norman,OK)
1128Michele WeissSMSM02 525
599
7999
9800
Virtual Observatory and Data System Interoperability
1912Deirdre E WendelSMSM01 7835
Electromagnetic Waves at a Northward IMF Reconnection Line
522Fuzhong WengBB05 480
Calibration of DMSP SSM/I and SSM/IS for Weather and Climate Applications
252Brian N WennyBB05 452
480
Assessing the Long-term Stability of MODIS Thermal Band Measurements
742Landis Jared WestNSNS06 1866
1875
5109
Quantifying water content using GPR: impact of petrophysical variability
676Yun Chow WhangSHSH02 2124
2152
2164
Solar wind calculation model predicts bow-shape geometry of the termination shock
429Katherine E WhitakerSMSM03 2706
2716
2724
2740
CEP 3D Pitch Angle Distributions Observed by ISEE-1
1248Marguerite L. WhiteBB01 315
322
426
429
490
The Effect of Carbon Dioxide Enrichment on Carbonyl Sulfide, Methyl Bromide, and Methyl Chloride Exchange in a Temperate Forest
539Richard W WhiteUU02 3611
3612
3660
Chemical Potential Gradients During Metamorphic Textural Evolution
717Stephen M WhiteSHSH03 7534
Imaging Observations of a Very High Frequency Type II Burst
971Tim WhiteMM04 3620
3630
A Systematic Description of Apatite Frameworks
1974Alan WhittingtonVV07 3611
3616
3630
3640
How Viscous are Molten Pegmatites?
1220Michael E WieczorekHH06 1819
1846
1847
1865
1875
Derivation of Spatial Parameters to Estimate Mass Delivery of Pesticides to Ground Water in Morgan Creek, Maryland
582Mark E. WiedenbeckSHSH01 2114
7514
Observations of Heavy Element Abundances over a Broad Energy Range in $^{3}$He-rich Solar Energetic Particle Events
29Lisa WilcoxININ01 430
434
439
Applications of the LBA-ECO Metadata Warehouse
1944Raymond J. WillemannSS02 7219
7294
Open access data, quality control measurments, and detection thresholds
273Charles A WilliamsTT03 545
560
8020
8164
8168
Development of a Package for Modeling Stress in the Lithosphere
2005Kenneth Hurst WilliamsNSNS08 416
418
419
1835
1848
Biogeophysical Monitoring: Isolating the “Bio” From the “Geo”
1994Michael L WilliamsUU11 1125
3652
3694
The Assessment of Error in Electron Microprobe Trace Element Analysis
1620Melissa S WilmotUU08 3618
3630
3640
Examination of the Behavior of Bismuth in Shallow-Level Hydrothermal Ore Systems: Constraints Based on Hydrothermal Experiments at 800°C and 100 MPa
1226Alicia M WilsonUU08 1832
1847
1878
3002
3021
Hydrogeology of Continental Shelves: US Southeast Atlantic Shelf
803Siobhan A. WilsonVV06 1041
1631
3665
3954
3994
Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions with Minerals
958Stephen WilsonMBMB01 1065
Development of Microanaytical Reference Materials for In-situ Anaysis at the U.S. Geological Survey
733Erik T WinegarSMSM01 2722
2730
2768
Development of a Climatological Model of Plasmaspheric Density at Geosynchronous Orbit
748Simon WingSMSM01 2740
2744
2764
2788
2790
Plasma sheet ion pressure profiles during substorm
940Linda I. WinklerSASM01 2736
Site for Observing Ionosphere/Geomagnetic Coupling
1905Nate W WinslowVV01 8411
8439
8499
Style and dynamics of thermal convection in the superheated Sudbury melt sheet: Implications for the history of crystallization and deposition of sulfide
1455Sandra M WisemanPP01 5464
5470
Variable Olivine Detection in Soils at Meridiani Planum From Mars Express OMEGA and MER Opportunity Observations
531Dominik WisserHH20 1803
1834
1842
1847
Simulating Irrigation Requirements And Water Withdrawals: The Role Of Agricultural Irrigation In Basin Hydrology And Non-Sustainable Water Use
260Andrew T WittenbergAA15 3339
3374
4215
4504
4522
Reassessing the Role of Stochastic Forcing in the 1997--8 El Ni\~{n}o
1819Francis WodarczykININ05 9800
9815
International Opportunities and Programs at NSF
2020Victoria WolfININ04 434
480
525
550
Remote Sensing Data from the Alaska Satellite Facility
499M. Gordon WolmanUU01 1834
Intimations of the Potential Environmental Impact of Urbanization
2000Klaus WolterAA15 1616
1620
3305
3333
Statistical Climate Prediction for the Interior Southwestern U.S.: Lessons Learned From six Years of Experimental Seasonal Forecasts
1400Brian C. WolvenSASA05 310
355
358
2479
7519
GUVI observations of the airglow response to solar flares: Results from the CAWSES campaign period
1261I.J. WonNSNS05 925
Electromagnetics for Detecting Shallow Tunnels
1321Andrew W. WoodAA17 1816
1833
1847
1854
Using CPC long lead climate outlooks for ensemble streamflow forecasting
255Brian E. WoodSHSH02 7500
7539
Observations of the Outer Heliosphere and Astrospheres with HST
1446L. A. WoodgerSMSM04 2716
2730
2774
2788
7867
Analysis of GOES Magnetometer Data during Relativistic Electron Precipitation Events
261Alan B WoodlandVV01 1065
1090
8400
8404
8486
Volcanic Development of the Rockeskyller Kopf Complex, West Eifel, Germany
898John S WoollenAA01 6304
6314
6339
7964
Adaptive targeting OSSEs for planning a space-based Doppler Wind Lidar
1674Jonathon S WrightAA02 320
322
365
3314
A Trajectory Analysis of Convective Detrainment in the Tropical Upper Troposphere Using AIRS
173Jonathan E. WrotnySASA06 320
340
350
3311
3360
Interhemispheric Differences in Polar Mesospheric Clouds Observed by the Halogen Occultation Experiment
267Aisheng WuBB05 452
Validation of Calibration Consistency of Aqua and Terra MODIS Using NOAA AVHRR
707Man-Li C. WuAA10 3300
9800
The African Easterly Jet, and Easterly Waves and their Downstream Effects
290Xiaoping WuGG05 1211
1217
1225
1240
Improving Global Surface Mass Variation Estimates With Multi-Satellite Data Combination
683Xiaoqing WuAA14 321
3310
3314
3337
Toward Improving the Representation of Convection and Cloud-Radiation Interaction for Global Climate Simulations
2013Andrew H WulffEDED01 805
820
830
The Consortium for Evidence Based Research in Rural Educational Settings (CEBRRES): Applying Collaborative Action Research as a Means of Enhancing the Development of Rural Middle School Science Teachers
1365Timothy T WynneOSOS01 4275
Use of SeaWiFS for Detecting and Mapping Persistent Large-scale Turbidity Features in Chesapeake Bay Waters – Phase I: Validation of Satellite Derived Light Attenuation Coefficients (Kd)

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
20Changshui XiaOSOS01 4532
4534
4560
4572
The development of a wave-tide-circulation coupled model and its application in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea
51Chijie XiaoSMSM01 2723
7526
7835
Magnetic Null in a Three-Dimensional Reconnection Event Observed in Magnetotail by Cluster Constellation
557Hongjie XieHH03 1819
1853
1872
Evaluation of NEXRDA Stage III precipitation data over Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge: a semiarid region in Central New Mexico
559Hongjie XieHH03 1853
1854
1855
1872
Comparison of NEXRAD Stage III and MPE precipitation products with constraints from high quality and density of raingauge networks in the Upper Guadalupe River Basin, Central Texas
1562Pingping XieAA15 1610
3309
NCEP CFS Model Bias Associated with the Marine Stratus Clouds
1068Shang-Ping XiePPPP02 1620
1637
Coupled dynamics that determine the position and variability of the ITCZ
236Xiaozhen XiongAA04 365
368
1631
3360
Seasonal Variability of Methane in the High Northern Hemisphere Observed by AIRS
463Ming XuBB03 428
452
454
A new automatic chamber system for measuring soil surface CO2 and its isotopic (13CO2) effluxes in New Jersey Pinelands

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
1770Maitreya YadavHH20 1804
1840
1848
1878
1879
Regionalization of Dynamic Watershed Response Behavior
588Fei YanHH05 1814
1836
1847
1848
1866
Dynamic Simulation of Land Surface Fluxes for Cotton
74Silvia M YanagiAA16 426
480
A Comparison of Remotely Sensed Land Surface Albedo Products for the Amazon Tropical Rainforest
213Ting YangSS02 7205
7208
7218
7219
7270
P-Wave Velocity Structure beneath Eastern Eurasia from Finite Frequency Seismic Tomography
939Xianjin YangNSNS05 500
900
3200
7200
Monitoring of Tunneling Activities with Electrical Resistivity Imaging Methods
1402Yingjie YangSS01 7255
7270
9335
Short-and-intermediate-period surface wave tomography from ambient seismic noise in Europe
2002Shengyi YeSMSM01 2400
2483
2487
2704
2772
Ray Tracing Analysis of Auroral Hiss Fine Structure
841Kevin M. YeagerOSOS01 1040
1115
1825
1861
3022
The Relative Importance of Terrestrial Versus Marine Sediment Sources to the Nueces-Corpus Christi Estuary, Texas: An Isotopic Approach
751Elena A YegorovaAA14 320
345
3314
3355
Evaluation of MM5 Simulated Precipitation and Implications for Air Pollution Modeling
1194Ian D YesilonisBB09 461
478
486
493
Soil Chemical Properties of an Urban Catchment
1996Koray K YilmazHH20 1846
1873
1874
1879
Estimating Parameters of a Distributed Hydrologic Model using Catchment Characteristics and Input-Output Data
589Gil Jae YimHH11 1831
1871
A study on the prediction of ARD generation in the hydrothermal alteration zone, in Korea
555Endawoke YizengawSASA01 2431
2463
2481
2736
2768
Ionospheric signatures of a plasmaspheric plume over Europe
1933Thomas C YoksasININ05 820
9800
Data Democratization - Promoting Real-Time Data Sharing and Use throughout the Americas
549Masakazu YoshimoriPPPP02 4904
On the Control of Zonal-mean Position of the ITCZ in Quasi-equilibrium GCM Experiments
545C. Bryan YoungHH03 1853
1854
1855
Evaluation of NEXRAD Operational Estimates of Intense Rainfall using a Dense Network of ALERT Raingages
1034Chris YoungSS02 7290
System Engineering for the NNSA Knowledge Base
1888Edward D YoungVV09 412
414
High-Precision Measurement of The Oxygen Isotopic Composition of Tropospheric O$_2$: Implications for $\Delta^{17}$O of air as a Biosignature
1879Li-Hao YoungAA01 305
Observations of New Particle Formation and Growth in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere during HIAPER Progressive Science Missions
1375Fangfang YuBB05 452
480
Developing the User Interface for the Integrated Satellite Instrument Calibration/Validation System
1010Hongbin YuAA16 305
360
3311
3359
3360
An assessment of satellite-based estimates of the aerosol direct radiative forcing
1031Wen-che YuSS01 1212
1213
7203
7207
8124
Complex seismic anisotropy in the Earth's inner core beneath Africa
61Wusheng YuCC01 3305
Stable Isotope Variations in Precipitation on the Tibetan Plateau and Adjacent Regions
1064Dongliang YuanOSOS01 4217
4219
4223
4279
4528
Cross-shelf penetrating fronts off the southeast coasts of China and the U.S. observed by MODIS
1545Huiling YuanHH13 1816
1840
1854
3245
3275
Extreme precipitation events and bias correction of PQPF during the HMT 2005-2006 winter campaign
1613Jinchun YuanOSOS04 4260
4262
4556
4560
Sea surface changes near the track of Hurricane Katrina: observations by LUMCON monitoring stations, NOAA/NDBC buoys, and NOAA/NOS tide stations
523Leonid YurganovAA04 365
468
Carbon Monoxide Emissions From Forest/Peat Fires Around Moscow, Russia, Detected by Ground Based and Satellite Spectrometers.

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Ref.No.First AuthorSectionSessionIndex TermsTitle
868Stephen ZafkeSASA01 2437
2467
Studies of discrete and broadband oscillations in the F-peak electron density over Arecibo
230Gary P ZankSHSH02 2124
2126
2164
7539
7800
Heliospheric Modeling: A Template for Understanding Astrospheres and Planetary Nebulae
1198Karina ZavalaVV01 1020
3610
3618
3625
3640
Analysis of Silicic Segregations In The Ferrar Dolerite Sills Using MELTS-SVD And Fluid Dynamics Experiments
1459Jian ZengAA08 305
3311
Application of GOES-12 Aerosol Optical Depths and OMI Aerosol Indices to Evaluate NOAA/NESDIS Hazard Mapping System Smoke Analysis
289Ning ZengAA16 321
1622
1640
1655
1855
Impact of 1998-2002 Midlatitude Drought and Warming on Terrestrial Ecosystem and the Global Carbon Cycle
501Ning ZengHH07 1818
1836
1843
1847
1855
Long-term soil moisture variability from a new P-E water budget method
639Xiping ZengAA01 320
1843
3310
Long-term Numerical Simulations of Clouds in Contrast to ARM Observational Data
1124Xiwu ZhanHH05 1843
1846
1847
1866
1878
An Investigation on the Differences among AMSR-E Soil Moisture Retrievals, LDAS Simulations and SMEX Field Measurements
432Xiwu ZhanHH07 1843
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Implementation and Application of the Kalman Filter Data Assimilation Approaches in NASA's Land Information System Infrastructure
1885CHI ZHANGGCGC03 414
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Ecosystem Dynamics in Southeast China during 1981~2000 as Forced by Climate and Human Disturbances
801Guang J. ZhangAA14 321
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Convection Parameterization and Double ITCZ in NCAR CCSM3
335Guang J. ZhangAA10 3305
3314
3319
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Simulation of Madden-Julian Oscillation in NCAR Global Climate Models
957Hui ZhangSMSM03 7811
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High latitude magnetopause current sheet during northward IMF condition
947Jichun ZhangSMSM05 2740
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Understanding Ring Current Sources of Moderate and Intense Storms at Solar Maximum: Global Modeling Using Superposed Epoch Upstream Conditions
495Jie ZhangSHSH01 7500
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Statistical Study on Main and Residual Accelerations of Coronal Mass Ejections
787Li ZhangMM02 3620
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Evidence for Shock-Induced Phase Transition in MgO
816Qin ZhangAA15 1610
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A Comparison of Atmospheric Variability in Tier-1 vs. Tier-2 NCEP Climate Forecast System
1449Rong-Hua ZhangAA15 1620
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On the Roles of Atmospheric Stochastic Forcing and Oceanic Entrainment Temperature in Modulating ENSO
1418Shouliang ZhangMM01 1042
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Chemical and Structural Variations at Augite (100) Twin Boundaries
293Xiaoyang ZhangAA08 305
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Near Real-time Monitoring of Biomass Burning Particulate Emissions (PM2.5) Using Multiple Satellite Data
1386Yongliang ZhangSASA01 2704
An Empirical Model of Auroral Parameters Based on TIMED/GUVI Data
1763Zhenxing ZhangHH20 1812
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Estimation of low streamflow statistics using baseflow correlation with multiple gauged sites
873Maosheng ZhaoGCGC03 400
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Impacts of Human-induced Land Cover Change on China Carbon and Water Cycle - an Extreme Case Study, Potential Vegetation Versus Realistic Land Cover
886Peisheng ZhaoININ01 9820
An Integrated Environment for Geospatial Web Service Composition
1581Valentina ZharkovaSHSH01 7857
MAGNETIC FIELD AND SUNSPOT GROUP TILTS IN THE CYCLE 23 WITH SOLAR FEATURE CATALOGUES
1361Valentina V. ZharkovaSHSH04 2451
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What hard X-ray spectral indices tell us about magnetic field in solar flares?
554Jinhan ZhengGG04 1217
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Gravity Variations Related to Earthquakes in the BTTZ Region in China
443Yihua ZhengSMSM05 2721
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Controlling Factors of Region 2 Field-Aligned Current and its Relationship to the Ring Current: Model Results
467Yihua ZhengSMSM05 2720
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Characteristics of 2-6 MeV Electrons in the Slot Region and Inner Radiation Belt
363Liudmila ZhitovaUU08 1043
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Magmatogene Fluids of Layered Mafic-ultramafic Intrusions: Formation of PGE Reefs or Enriched Contact Zones?
103Xiaobo ZhouHH24 1839
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Multifractal Behavior of Runoff Time Series in Four Agricultural Watersheds
997Xiaoyan ZhouSMSM06 2407
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Dayside Auroral Observations Using NIR Camera Onboard Balloons
1012Yaping ZhouAA14 320
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Using High-Resolution Satellite Observations for Evaluation of Cloud and Precipitation Statistics from Cloud-Resolving Model Simulations. Part I: South China Sea Monsoon Experiment
1922Jianting ZhuHH21 1833
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Upscaling Schemes for Hydraulic Functions at the Landscape Scale
2049Jinhong ZhuAA12 1616
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Regional climate model simulation of U.S. precipitation and surface temperature during 1982-2002: Interannual variation
556Minqiang ZhuININ01 1865
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Hydrocarbon microseepage detection based on normalized ferric and ferrous indices of Landsat imagery
283P. ZhuSMSM01 2744
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Nonlinear Ballooning Instability in the Near-Earth Magnetotail: Growth, Structure, and Possible Role in Substorms
1243Weixing ZhuBB09 414
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Nitrogen Accumulation, Transformations, And Export In Urban Ecosystems
920Xun ZhuUU03 343
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Comparative Studies of Equatorial Superrotation in Planetary Atmospheres
1003Xun ZhuUU03 310
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Wave-Photochemistry Coupling and Its Effect on H2O, O3 and Airglow Variations in the Atmosphere of Mars
813zhengxin zhuAA06 341
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Development of an Isentropic Coordinate Chemistry and Transport Model
1155Qianlai ZhuangBB01 400
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Modeling Seasonal and Interannual Variability of Net Methane ýEmissions in Northern North America ý
1934Raymond ZichSMSM01 2744
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Signatures of Charges Particle Dynamics in the Bifurcated Current Sheet
690David B. ZilkoskiGG02 1204
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Modernizing Vertical Datums in the United States
764Gaetano ZimbardoSHSH04 7514
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Superdiffusive and Subdiffusive Transport of Energetic Particles in Solar Wind Anisotropic Magnetic Turbulence
681James R ZimbelmanPP01 5464
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Mauna Kea Benmoreite lava flows as analogs for lava flows on Mars
1983Q.-G. ZongSMSM05 2149
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Energetic Particle Modulation in the Radiation Belt Region
332Igor I ZveryaevAA02 1610
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Water Vapor Variability in the Tropics and its Links to Dynamics and Precipitation
331Igor I ZveryaevAA03 1616
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Variability of European Precipitation During the Twentieth Century and its Links to Atmospheric Circulation