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Honors Ceremony, Wednesday, December 15, 2004
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Monday, December 13, 2004


Bjerknes Lecture
Atmospheric Pollution and Climate Change: A Local and Global Perspective
Presented by:
Mario J. Molina
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Gutenberg Lecture
Bridging the Gap Between Seismology and Oceanography...

Presented by:
Barbara Romanowicz
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Frontier of Geophysics Lecture
Aqueous Sedimentary Depositional Environments, Meridiani Planum, Mars
Presented by:
John P. Grotzinger
MER Athena Science Team
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Union Tutorials I
Solar Variability and Climate Change
Presented by:
J.M. Pap
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Space Weather From Explosive Events at the Sun
Presented by:
Glenn Mason
University of Maryland
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Union Tutorials II
Earthquake Source Physics
Presented by:
Hiroo Kanamori
California Institute of Technology
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Titan Exploration of a Frontier with Terrestrial Allusions
Presented by:
C.A. Griffiths
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Tuesday, December 14, 2004


Lorenz Lecture
Process, Pattern, Prediction: Understanding Complexity in Driven Dynamical Systems
Presented by:
John B. Rundle
Center for Computational Science and Engineering, University of California, Davis, California

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Bowie Lecture
Time Variable Gravity Mapping Comes of Age
Presented by:
Michael Watkins
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Nye Lecture
Presented by:
Richard B. Alley
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Bullard Lecture
Hotspot Motion, Scales of Mantle Convection and the Long-term History of the Geodynamo
Presented by:
John A. Tarduno
University of Rochester
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Franklin Lecture
Lightning - A Striking Phenomenon
Presented by:
E. Philip Krider
Institute of Atmospheric Physics, University of Arizona
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Wednesday, December 15, 2004


Langbein Lecture
Robert Horton and the Application of Distributed Hydrological Models
Presented by:
Keith Beven
Lancaster University
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Sverdrup Lecture
Marine Snow and Gels: Hot Spots of Biogeochemical Cycling, Biological Activity, and Sedimentation in the Sea
Presented by:
Alice Alldredge
University of California, Santa Barbara, California

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Nicolet Lecture
Comparative Dynamics and Aeronomy of the Atmospheres of Earth and Mars
Presented by:
Jeffrey M. Forbes
Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

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Emiliani Lecture
Presented by:
L.G. Thompson
Ohio State Universtiy
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Sagan Lecture
Evolution of the Earth's Atmosphere and Climate
Presented by:
James F. Kasting
Department of Geosciences, Penn State University, Pennsylvania
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Whipple Lecture
A Framework for Chondrite Formation in the Nebula
Presented by:
John A. Wood
Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Thursday, December 16, 2004


Birch Lecture
Where on Earth is the Ocean? Bridging the Gap Between Seismology (mineral physics) and Oceanography
Presented by:
Shun-ichiro Karato
Yale University, Department of Geology & Geophysics
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