In addition to the Named Lectures, the following sessions will also be videotaped for on-demand viewing.

5 December —  6 December —  8 December9 December

Wednesday, 7 December

U32B. Union Agency Lecture: Predicting and Managing Extreme Events

EP31G Predictive Understanding of Coupled Interactions Among Water, Life, and Landforms II
Moscone West, Rooms 2022-2024, 0800h

U31B Initial Assessments of Ecologic Response to Oil from the Deepwater Horizon Spill I
Moscone South, Room 103, 0800h

U31C Polydisciplinary Innovation in Water Resources Modeling and Prediction
Moscone South, Room 104, 0800h

A31J Atmospheric Sciences New Fellows Speak I
Moscone West, Room 3002, 0930h

A32B Atmospheric Sciences New Fellows Speak II
Moscone West, Room 3002, 1020h

U32A Coupled Processes in the Arctic System: Feedbacks, Amplification, and Impacts on Midlatitudes I
Moscone South, Room 104, 1020h

V32B Mantle Melts: Innovative Approaches and Constraints to Modeling the Melting Regime II
Moscone West, Rooms 2022-2024, 1020h

NG32B Current Issues in Stochastic Weather and Climate Modeling I
Moscone South, Room 103, 1120h

MR33A 50 Years of High-Pressure Studies of the Earth II
Moscone West, Rooms 2022-2024, 1340h

U33C The Great 11 March 2011 Tohoku Earthquake I
Moscone South, Room 104, 1340h

NG34A Scaling and Fractals After Mandelbrot: On the Frontiers of the Geosciences I
Moscone South, Room 103, 1600h

U34A The Great 11 March 2011 Tohoku Earthquake II
Moscone South, Room 104, 1600h