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Honors Ceremony
Wednesday, May 25th 2005
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Monday, May 23rd


Coronal Mass Ejections, the Most Powerful Drivers of the Sun-Earth System
Presented by:
Spiro K. Antiochos, Naval Research Laboratory
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Seafloor Hydrothermal Vents and Their Impact on the Composition of the Ocean Crust, Ocean Chemistry, and Biological Activity in the Deep Sea
Presented by:
Dr. Meg Tivey, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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Tuesday, May 24th

Opportunities, Challenges, and Benefits of Spaceborne Precipitation Estimates
Presented by:
Christian Kummerow, Colorado State University
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Local Helioseismology
Presented by:
J. Leibacher, National Solar Observatory
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Interpretation of Recent Climate Change
Presented by:
David W J Thompson, Colorado State University
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Transport, Deposition, Storage, and Remobilization of Felsic Magmas and Their Products in the Upper Crust
Presented by:
C. F. Miller, Vanderbilt University
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Thursday, May 26th

The Calm Before the Storm: The Link Between Quiescent Cavities and CMEs
Presented by:
Sarah Gibson, High Altitude Observatory
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