Tuesday 10 December

8:00 AM – 8:55 AM

B21A-0475. Differences in Land Surface Phenology and Primary Productivity in the Western United States during El Niño and La Niña Events from 2000-2012
Matthew Dannenberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

H43E-1510. ModelMuse: A U.S. Geological Survey Open-Source, Graphical User Interface for Groundwater Models.
Richard Winston, US Geological Survey

9:05 AM – 10:00 AM

OS33A-1746. Identification and Analysis of Methane Plumes from the Barbados Accretionary Complex Identified in Multibeam Sonar Data
Alex Barnard, University of Houston

SM11B-2080. Controlled Space Physics Experiments using Laboratory Magnetospheres
Michael Mauel, Columbia University

H21C-1067. Effects of waving vegetation on turbulence in a forest canopy
April Hiscox, University of South Carolina

10:10 AM – 11:05 AM

B51A-0261. Climate and land use change in an Andean watershed: An NDVI analysis for the years 1985 to 2010
Meagan Mazzarino, University of Massachusetts – Amherst

11:15 AM – 12:10 PM

A41G-0138. Assessment of Dust Emissions Model and PM10 in the United Arab Emirates during Dust Storms using the CMAQ-WRF Modeling System
Zuber Farooqui, University of North Texas


Wednesday 11 December

9:05 AM – 10:00 AM

Vyacheslav Romanov, National Energy Technology Laboratory Pittsburgh

10:10 AM – 11:05 AM

H33G-1474. Historical changes in the annual number of large floods in North America and Europe
Glenn Hodgkins, US Geological Survey

11:15 AM – 12:10 PM

ED43C-0779. A Model for Experiential Learning: Coastal Ecosystems of Micronesia in a Changing Climate
Ashley Maloney, University of Washington

SM41B-2238. Field-Aligned Current Reconfiguration and Magnetospheric Response to an Impulse in the Interplanetary Magnetic Field BY Component
Frederick Wilder, University of Colorado