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2016 has been an exciting time for EarthCube with many changes and major developments, as well as the addition of 11 new NSF-funded projects to develop both the Research Coordination Networks and Building Blocks needed to move us ever closer to our goal to transform geoscience research through improving the interoperability and integration of geosciences data resources.

Just a few months ago, the EarthCube Science Support Office (ESSO) was implemented with three full-time and four part-time staff to extend the project management, coordination, communications, budgetary, and administrative support capabilities to our expanding community. Most significantly, we are now in the process of rolling out our Architecture & Implementation Plan that was set into motion by recommendations made in the EarthCube Advisory Committee's Reverse Site Visit Report and informed by countless end user workshops and years of work. (Be sure to attend the EarthCube Town Hall Meeting to find out more about this critical development!)

The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest earth and space science meeting in the world. The attendance expected this year will exceed 24,000 and EarthCube will have a robust presence with 64 Presentations (32 oral presentations and 32 posters), a Town Hall Meeting, EarthCube committee and team meetings, and numerous interactive demonstrations at the EarthCube Booth (#509) throughout the entire week. We also encourage you to attend the Town Halls for the AGU Data Fair

We'd love to see you at the booth so please stop by and say hello!

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MONDAY | TUESDAY |WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY | FRIDAY

EarthCube Town HallBooth Events | EarthCube Meetings

MONDAY                                                    

Session: IN11E: Architecture and Integration Testbed for Earth/Space Science Cyberinfrastructures I
08:00 - 10:00  Moscone West- 2000

08:00 - 08:15​ IN11E-01 ECITE: A Testbed for Assessment of Technology Interoperability and Integration with Architecture Components
Authors: Sara J Graves  University of Alabama in Huntsville; Ken Keiser  University of Alabama in Huntsville; Emily Law  NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Chaowei Phil Yang  George Mason University Fairfax; S. George Djorgovski  California Institute of Technology

08:30 - 08:45 IN11E-03 An Application of the Geo-Semantic Micro-services in Seamless Data-Model Integration
Authors: Peishi Jiang University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Mostafa Elag University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Praveen Kumar University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Rui Liu University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Yao Hu University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Luigi Marini University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Scott Dale Peckham University of Colorado; Leslie Hsu USGS Geological Survey

09:45 - 10:00​ IN11E-08 Launching an
EarthCube Interoperability Workbench for Constructing Workflows and Employing Service Interfaces
Authors: Francoise Pearlman Retired; David W Fulker OPeNDAP, Inc.; Jay Pearlman J&FE; David K Arctur University of Texas at Austin; Richard P Signell NOAA

Lightning Session: IN11F: Intelligent Systems for Geosciences: Practices, Technologies, and Applications of Advanced Reasoning that Are Defining New Frontiers and Accelerating Scientific Discovery Posters (Lightning)
08:00 - 10:00  Moscone North- 110

08:05 - 08:10​ IN13C-1667 The IS-GEO RCN: Fostering Collaborations for Intelligent Systems Research to Support Geosciences
Authors: Yolanda Gil University of Southern California; Suzanne A Pierce Texas Advanced Computing Center

Session: PA11D: GEOValue: Addressing Best Practices for Assessing the Societal Impact and Value of Geospatial Information Based on Use Cases I
08:00 - 10:00 Moscone South- 304

08:49 - 08:55 PA11D-07 Stakeholder Alignment for Requirements in GEOValue
Author: John Leslie King University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Poster Session: IN13A: Architecture and Integration Testbed for Earth/Space Science Cyberinfrastructures II Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN13A-1647 EarthCube – Results of Test Governance in Geoscience Cyberinfrastructure
Authors: M Lee Allison Arizona Geological Survey; Christopher M Keane American Geosciences Institute; Erin Robinson Foundation for Earth Science

IN13A-1652 Architecture for the Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance
Author: Stephen M Richard Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory

Poster Session: IN13C: Intelligent Systems for Geosciences: Practices, Technologies, and Applications of Advanced Reasoning that Are Defining New Frontiers and Accelerating Scientific Discovery Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN13C-1667 The IS-GEO RCN: Fostering Collaborations for Intelligent Systems Research to Support Geosciences
Authors: Yolanda Gil University of Southern California; Suzanne A Pierce Texas Advanced Computing Center

Session: IN13E: Exploring Value in Our Research Products: Approaches to Assessment of Research Products Such as Data Sets, Metadata, and Research Software within a Policy Framework that Supports Scalable, Reusable, Sustainable, and Open-Access Outcomes for Research and Societal Benefit
13:40 - 15:40  Moscone West- 2002

14:05 - 14:10 IN13E-05 EarthCube's Assessment Framework: Ensuring Return on Investment
Author: Kerstin Lehnert Columbia University

Session: H14F: Hydrologic Processes in Soils: From Observation to Quantification I
16:00 - 18:00  Moscone West - 3018

17:30 - 17:45 H14F-07 Using the NSF EarthCube BCube brokering interface to study the Saturation Excess/Infiltration Excess nexus within watershed initializations.
Authors: Zachary M Easton Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Amy Collick University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Peter J A Kleinman USDA-ARS; Siri Jodha Khalsa National Snow and Ice Data Center ; Daniel Fuka Virginia Tech

TUESDAY (top)                                              

Session: IN21D: New Approaches to Data Discovery Across Geoscience Domains I
08:00 - 10:00  Moscone West – 2000

08:30 - 08:45​ IN21D-03 Integrating Semantic Information in Metadata Descriptions for a Geoscience-wide Resource Inventory.
Authors: Ilya Zaslavsky San Diego Supercomputer Center; Stephen M Richard Arizona Geological Survey; Amarnath Gupta University of California San Diego; David Valentine San Diego Supercomputer Center ; Thomas Whitenack University of California San Diego; Ibrahim Burak Ozyurt University of California San Diego; Jeffrey S Grethe University of California San Diego; Adam Schachne University of California San Diego

Lightning Session IN21E: Advancing netCDF-CF for the Geoscience Community Posters (Lightning)
08:00 - 10:00  Moscone North – 110

08:05 - 08:12​ IN23A-1754 CF Metadata Conventions: Founding Principles, Governance, and Future Directions (Invited)
Author: Karl E. Taylor, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory    

08:12 - 08:19​ IN23A-1755 Non-Invasive Metadata Augmentation for CF-Compliant Data
Authors: Ted Habermann, HDF Group; Aleksandar Jelenak, HDF Group

08:19 - 08:26 IN23A-1756 OGC NetCDF specifications: Towards a unified Interface for Earth Observation data in the Geospatial Information domain
Authors: Stefano Nativi, CNR Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research; Ben Domenico, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

08:26 - 08:33 IN23A-1757 Representing Simple Geometry Types in NetCDF-CF
Authors: Benjamin W Koziol, Univ of Colorado; Timothy L Whiteaker, CRWR; David L Blodgett, USGS Headquarters; Robert Simons, NOAA/NMFS/SWFSC

08:33 - 08:40 IN23A-1758 Linking netCDF Data with the Semantic Web - Enhancing Data Discovery Across Domains
Authors: James Clark Biard, North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies, North Carolina State University; Jonathan Yu, CSIRO; Mark Hedley, Met Office Hadley center for Climate Change; Simon J D Cox, CSIRO; Adam Leadbetter, Irish Marine Institute; Nicholas John Car, Geoscience Australia; Kelsey A Druken , Australian National University; Stefano Nativi, CNR Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research; Ethan Davis, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research                       

 08:40 - 08:47 IN23A-1759 CF Standard Names: Supporting Increased Use of netCDF-CF Across the Geoscience Community
Authors:Ethan Davis, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Ken Kehoe; University of Oklahoma; Scott M Collis, Argonne National Laboratory; Nick Guy, University of Wyoming; Scott Dale Peckham, University of Colorado

08:47 - 08:54 IN23A-1760 Realising the Benefits of Adopting and Adapting Existing CF Metadata Conventions to a Broader Range of Geoscience Data (Invited)
Authors: Kelsey A Druken, Australian National University; Claire Elizabeth Trenham, Australian National University; Jingbo Wang, Australian National University; Irina Bastrakova, Geoscience Australia; Ben James Kingston Evans,Australian National University; Lesley A Wyborn, Australian National University; Alexander Ian Ip, Geoscience Australia; Yvette Poudjom Djomani,Geoscience Australia

08:54 - 09:01​ IN23A-1761 CfRadial - CF NetCDF for Radar and Lidar Data in Polar Coordinates.
Authors: Michael John Dixon,National Center for Atmospheric Research; Wen-Chau Lee, NCAR; Daniel Michelson, Environment Canada Toronto; Mark Curtis, Bureau of Meteorology

09:01 - 09:08​ IN23A-1762 Capturing 1D Channel Network Topology in NetCDF
Authors:Bert Jagers, Deltares; Arthur van Dam, Deltares; Jan Mooiman, Deltares

09:08-09-15 IN23A-1763 Serving Real-Time Point Observation Data in netCDF using Climate and Forecasting Discrete Sampling Geometry Conventions
Authors:Christian Ward-Garrison, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Ryan May, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Ethan Davis,University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Sean Cody Arms, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research     

09:15-09:22 IN23A-1764 Swath Data Representation in netCDF-CF Files     
Authors: Aleksandar Jelenak, HDF Group; David Santek, University of Wisconsin Madison; Muqun Yang, The HDF Group; Ethan Davis, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research                                    

09:22 - 09:29 IN23A-1765 Enabling data-driven provenance in NetCDF, via OGC WPS operations. Climate Analysis services use case.
Authors: Andrej Mihajlovski, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute; Alessandro Spinuso, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute; Maarten Plieger, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute; Wim Som de Cerff, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

Poster Session: IN21B: Enabling Cloud Applications for Earth Science Data I Posters
08:00 - 12:20  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN21B-1734 Hybrid Cloud Computing Environment for EarthCube and Geoscience Community
Authors: Han Qin George Mason University Fairfax; Chaowei Phil Yang George Mason University Fairfax

Poster Session: IN21C: Benefits and Challenges of Open Source Software and Open Data I Posters
08:00 - 12:20  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN21C-1742 VIVO Open Source Software: Connecting Facilities to Promote Discovery and Further Research.
Authors: M. Benjamin Gross UNAVCO, Inc. Boulder; Linda R Rowan UNAVCO, Inc. Boulder; Matthew S. Mayernik National Center for Atmospheric Research; Michael D Daniels National Center for Atmospheric Research; Don Stott National Center for Atmospheric Research; John Allison National Center for Atmospheric Research; Keith e Maull National Center for Atmospheric Research; Dean B. Krafft Cornell University; Huda Khan Cornell University
 

Session: IN23F: Linking Earth Systems Data to Better Address Societal Challenges: A View of the Earth from the Interior to the Edge of Space Supported by Data to Bring Enhanced Understanding
13:40 - 15:40  Moscone West – 2002

14:02 - 14:16 IN23F-02 Community Engagement to Drive Best Practices and Scientific Advancement
Authors: Simon J Goring University of Wisconsin Madison; John W Williams University of Wisconsin; Mark D Uhen George Mason University Fairfax; Michael McClennen University of Wisconsin; Julian Jenkins George Mason University Fairfax; Shanan E Peters University of Wisconsin Madison; Eric C Grimm University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Michael Anderson SpatialIT; Douglas Fils Consortium for Ocean Leadership; Kerstin Lehnert Columbia University; Megan Carter Columbia University of New York

15:12 - 15:26 IN23F-07  Understanding Geomorphological Processes on the Earth’s Surface from Laboratory Experiments and the Role of Communities of Practice in Generating Reusable Data
Authors: Leslie Hsu USGS Core Science Systems

Poster Session: IN23A: Advancing netCDF-CF for the Geoscience Community Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN23A-1754 CF Metadata Conventions: Founding Principles, Governance, and Future Directions (Invited)
Author: Karl E. Taylor, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory    

IN23A-1755 Non-Invasive Metadata Augmentation for CF-Compliant Data
Authors: Ted Habermann, HDF Group; Aleksandar Jelenak, HDF Group

IN23A-1756 OGC NetCDF specifications: Towards a unified Interface for Earth Observation data in the Geospatial Information domain     
Authors: Stefano Nativi, CNR Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research; Ben Domenico, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

IN23A-1757 Representing Simple Geometry Types in NetCDF-CF
Authors: Benjamin W Koziol, Univ of Colorado; Timothy L Whiteaker, CRWR; David L Blodgett, USGS Headquarters; Robert Simons, NOAA/NMFS/SWFSC

IN23A-1758 Linking netCDF Data with the Semantic Web - Enhancing Data Discovery Across Domains     
Authors: James Clark Biard, North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies, North Carolina State University; Jonathan Yu, CSIRO; Mark Hedley, Met Office Hadley center for Climate Change; Simon J D Cox, CSIRO; Adam Leadbetter, Irish Marine Institute; Nicholas John Car, Geoscience Australia; Kelsey A Druken , Australian National University; Stefano Nativi, CNR Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research; Ethan Davis, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research                       

IN23A-1759 CF Standard Names: Supporting Increased Use of netCDF-CF Across the Geoscience Community
Authors:Ethan Davis, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Ken Kehoe; University of Oklahoma; Scott M Collis, Argonne National Laboratory; Nick Guy, University of Wyoming; Scott Dale Peckham, University of Colorado

IN23A-1760 Realising the Benefits of Adopting and Adapting Existing CF Metadata Conventions to a Broader Range of Geoscience Data (Invited)     
Authors: Kelsey A Druken, Australian National University; Claire Elizabeth Trenham, Australian National University; Jingbo Wang, Australian National University; Irina Bastrakova, Geoscience Australia; Ben James Kingston Evans,Australian National University; Lesley A Wyborn, Australian National University; Alexander Ian Ip, Geoscience Australia; Yvette Poudjom Djomani,Geoscience Australia          

IN23A-1761 CfRadial - CF NetCDF for Radar and Lidar Data in Polar Coordinates.     
Authors: Michael John Dixon,National Center for Atmospheric Research; Wen-Chau Lee, NCAR; Daniel Michelson, Environment Canada Toronto; Mark Curtis, Bureau of Meteorology

IN23A-1762 Capturing 1D Channel Network Topology in NetCDF     
Authors:Bert Jagers, Deltares; Arthur van Dam, Deltares; Jan Mooiman, Deltares

IN23A-1763 Serving Real-Time Point Observation Data in netCDF using Climate and Forecasting Discrete Sampling Geometry Conventions     
Authors:Christian Ward-Garrison, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Ryan May, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Ethan Davis,University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; Sean Cody Arms, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research     

IN23A-1764 Swath Data Representation in netCDF-CF Files     
Authors: Aleksandar Jelenak, HDF Group; David Santek, University of Wisconsin Madison; Muqun Yang, The HDF Group; Ethan Davis, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research                                    

IN23A-1765 Enabling data-driven provenance in NetCDF, via OGC WPS operations. Climate Analysis services use case.
Authors: Andrej Mihajlovski, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute; Alessandro Spinuso, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute; Maarten Plieger, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute; Wim Som de Cerff, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

Poster session: IN23C: Common Data Frameworks for Interdisciplinary Science II Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN23C-1786 Evolving Frameworks for Different Communities of Scientists and End Users
Authors: Sara J Graves University of Alabama in Huntsville; Ken Keiser University of Alabama in Huntsville

Session: IN24A: Enabling Cloud Applications for Earth Science Data II
16:00 - 18:00  Moscone West- 2000

17:46 - 18:00 IN24A-08 A Hybrid Cloud Computing Service for Earth Sciences
Author: Chaowei Phil Yang George Mason University Fairfax

WEDNESDAY (top

Session: A31K: Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration among Geoscience Initiatives and Observatories in U.S. and Europe Examining Network of Networks Opportunities
08:00 - 10:00  Moscone West- 3012

08:00 - 08:15 A31K-01 Networking Cyberinfrastructure Resources to Support Global, Cross-disciplinary Science (Invited)
Authors: Kerstin Lehnert Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory; Mohan K Ramamurthy University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

09:45 - 10:00 A31K-08 Tectono-Magmatic Investigations with Societal Implications: Progress on the Tanzania Volcano Observatory (TZVOLCANO)
Authors: D. Sarah Stamps Virginia Tech; Elifuraha Saria Ardhi University; Joshua Robert Jones Virginia Tech; Michael D Daniels National Center for Atmospheric Research

Poster Session: IN31D: Collaborations, Partnerships, and Alliances that Are Building, Sustaining, and Stewarding Data and Research Infrastructures in Support of the New Era of the Big Data Transdisciplinary World I Posters
08:00 - 12:20  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN31D-1787 Data and Metadata Brokering – Lessons Learned from the BCube Project
Author: Siri-Jodha S Khalsa University of Colorado at Boulder

IN31D-1779 New Web Services for Broader Access to National Deep Submergence Facility Data Resources Through the Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance
Authors: Benjamin Grange Columbia University of New York; John J Morton LDEO; Vicki Lynn Ferrini Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory; Samuel A Soule Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Suzanne M Carbotte Lamont-Doherty Earth Obs; Kerstin Lehnert Columbia University

Poster session: OS31A: Advances in Ocean Observations: Biological and Chemical Sensors, Autonomous Platforms, and Model Data Streams II Posters
08:00 - 12:20  Moscone South - Poster Hall

OS31A-1992 SeaView: bringing EarthCube to the Oceanographer
Authors: Karen I Stocks Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Stephen C Diggs University of California San Diego; Robert A Arko Columbia University of New York: Danie Kinkade Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Adam Shepherd Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Town Hall

TH33D Earthcube: A Community-Driven Cyberinfrastructure for the Geosciences
Wednesday, 14 December 2016
12:30 - 13:30  Moscone West – 2002
Primary Contact: Mohan K Ramamurthy University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Presenters: Kerstin Lehnert Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory; Eva E Zanzerkia National Science Foundation

Poster Session: IN33B: Near Real-Time Data for Earth Science and Space Weather Applications II Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN33B-1812 Using Cloud-Hosted Real-time Data Services for the Geosciences (CHORDS) in a range of geoscience applications
Authors: Michael D Daniels National Center for Atmospheric Research; Branko Kerkez University of Michigan Ann Arbor; V Chandrasekar Colorado State University; Sara J Graves University of Alabama in Huntsville; D. Sarah Stamps Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Mike James Dye National Center for Atmospheric Research; Manil Maskey University of Alabama in Huntsville; Ken Keiser University of Alabama in Huntsville; Charles L Martin National Center for Atmospheric Research

Session: IN33C: Collaborations, Partnerships, and Alliances that Are Building, Sustaining, and Stewarding Data and Research Infrastructures in Support of the New Era of the Big Data Transdisciplinary World II
13:40 - 15:40  Moscone West- 2000

13:40 - 13:55 IN33C-01 FDSN and EarthCube: Coordinating Global Infrastructures within Seismology and Across Other Geophysical Domains
Authors: Timothy Keith Ahern Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology; Goran Ekstrom Columbia University of New York; Michelle Grobbelaer Council for Geoscience; Chad M Trabant Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology; Mick Van Fossen Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology; Mike Stults Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology; Seiji Tsuboi JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology; Bruce C Beaudoin IRIS PASSCAL Instrument Center; Istvan Bondar Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Session: IN34A: Managing Scientific Collaboration using Identity Management and Access Control to Online Resources: A Panel Offering User and Provider Perspectives on Tools, Options, and Strategies
16:00 - 18:00  Moscone West- 2002

16:16 - 16:28 IN34A-02 Collaboration and Perspectives on Identity Management and Access from two Geoscience Cyberinfrastructure Programs
Author: Mohan K Ramamurthy University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

Workshop: iSamples Early Career Sample Management Workshop at AGU 2016
16:00 - 17:30  Golden Gate University, 536 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105, room #5224 (about a 10 minute walk from the Moscone Center)

THURSDAY (top)                                         

Session: G41C: Geodetic Measurements of the Earth's Elastic Response to Surface Mass Variability II
08:00 - 10:00  Moscone West- 3009

08:00 - 08:15 G41C-01 Analysis of drought-related hydrologic loading signals from Plate Boundary Observatory GPS stations in the Sierra Nevada Mountains
Authors: Charles M Meertens UNAVCO, Inc. ; Christine Maria Puskas UNAVCO, Inc.; Collin Molnar UNAVCO, Inc.;David A Phillips UNAVCO, Inc.

Session: IN42A: Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component I
10:20 - 12:20 Moscone West- 2000

10:35 - 10:50 IN42A-02 Software and Workflow Provenance: Documenting Scientific Methods (invited)
Author: Yolanda Gil University of Southern California

Session: IN43D: Managing Earth Science Data Quality Information for the Benefit of Users II
13:40 - 15:40  Moscone West- 2000

 

Poster Session: IN43B: Persistent Identification, Publication, and Trustworthy Management of Research Resources II Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South- Poster Hall

IN43B-1699 Persistent Identifiers for Field Deployments: A Missing Link in the Provenance Chain
Authors: Robert A Arko, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Peng Ji, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Douglas Fils, Consortium for Ocean Leadership; Adam Shepherd, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Cynthia L Chandler,    Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Kerstin Lehnert, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

IN43B-1700 Persistent Identifiers for Improved Accessibility for Linked Data Querying
Authors: Adam Shepherd Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Cynthia L Chandler Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Robert A Arko Columbia University of New York; Douglas Fils Consortium for Ocean Leadership; Matthew B. Jones University of California Santa Barbara; Adila Krisnadhi Wright State University Main Campus; Bryce Mecum University of California Santa Barbara

Poster Session: IN43C: Knowledge Representation Frameworks: The Foundation for Achieving Interoperability Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South- Poster Hall

IN43C-1704 Semantic markup of sensor capabilities: how simple it too simple?
Authors: Krzysztof Janowicz University of California Santa Barbara; Carlos A Rueda-Velasquez Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute; Janet Fredericks Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Poster Session: PP43A: Paleoclimate Variability in the Indo-Pacific Region III Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South- Poster Hall

PP43A-2309 Testing the Millennial-Scale Holocene Solar-Climate Connection in the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool
Authors: Deborah Khider University of Southern California; Julien Emile-Geay University of Southern California; Nicholas McKay Northern Arizona University; Charles S Jackson University of Texas at Austin; Cody Routson Northern Arizona University

Poster Session: IN43A Reproducible Research in Geosciences with Emphasis on Provenance of Information as an Essential Component II Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South- Poster Hall

IN43A-1679 The Geoscience Paper of the Future: Best Practices for Documenting and Sharing Research from Data to Software to Provenance
Authors: Xuan Yu, University of Delaware; Yolanda Gil, University of Southern California; Cedric H David , NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Ibrahim Demir, University of Iowa; Bakinam Essawy, University of Virginia Main Campus; Robinson W Fulweiler , Boston University; Jonathan L Goodall, University of Virginia; Leif Karlstrom, University of Oregon; Huikyo Lee, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Heath Jordan Mills, University of Houston Clear Lake; Suzanne A Pierce, Texas Advanced Computing Center; Allen Pope, National Snow and Ice Data Center; Mimi Tzeng, Dauphin Island Sea Lab; Sandra R Villamizar, University of California Merced

FRIDAY (top

Poster Session: PA51B: Care and Feeding of Physical Samples and Their Metadata: What Happens Next? Posters
08:00 - 12:20  Moscone South - Poster Hall

PA51B-2263 Publishing Linked Open Data for Physical Samples – Lessons Learned
Authors: Peng Ji Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Robert A Arko Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Kerstin Lehnert Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Sky Bristol USGS Headquarters

PA51B-2267 How iSamples (Internet of Samples in the Earth Sciences) Improves Sample and Data Stewardship in the Next Generation of Geoscientists
Authors: Benjamin W Hallett University of Wisconsin Oshkosh; Ashlee Laura Denton Dere University of Nebraska at Omaha; Kerstin Lehnert Columbia University; Megan Carter Columbia University of New York

Poster Session: H51B: Persistent Problems in Multiphase Flow and Transport in Porous Media: From Pore- to Continuum-Scale II Posters
08:00 - 12:20  Moscone South - Poster Hall

H51B-1443 Digital Rocks Portal: Preservation, Sharing, Remote Visualization and Automated Analysis of Imaged Datasets
Authors: Masa Prodanovic University of Texas at Austin; Maria Esteva University of Texas at Austin; Richard A Ketcham University of Texas at Austin; Matthew Hanlon University of Texas at Austin; Mary Pettengill University of Texas at Austin, Aditi Ranganath University of Texas at Austin; Ashwini Venkatesh University of Texas at Austin

Session: SA52A Challenges in Understanding Energy Budget of Ionosphere-Thermosphere: Coupling with the Solar Wind and Driving from Below I 
10:20 - 10:40  Moscone West 2016

SA52A-01 M-I Coupling: How do we address this global dynamic problem? (Invited)
Author: Jesper W Gjerloev, Johns Hopkins University - Applied Physics Laboratory

Poster Session: IN53C: Innovative Tools and Services to Enable Data Use across Broad User Communities II Posters
13:40 - 18:00  Moscone South - Poster Hall

IN53C-1898 Open Core Data: Connecting scientific drilling data to scientists and community data resources
Authors: Douglas Fils Consortium for Ocean Leadership; Anders J Noren University of Minnesota Twin Cities; Kerstin Lehnert Columbia University; Patrick Diver DivDat Consulting

IN53C-1893 Supporting Information Linking and Discovery Across Organizations Using the VIVO Semantic Web Software Suite
Authors: Matthew S. Mayernik National Center for Atmospheric Research; Michael D Daniels National Center for Atmospheric Research; Keith e Maull National Center for Atmospheric Research; Huda Khan Cornell University; Dean B. Krafft Cornell University; M. Benjamin Gross UNAVCO, Inc. Boulder; Linda R Rowan UNAVCO, Inc. Boulder

EarthCube Booth #509 (top

The EarthCube Booth will be on "NSF Street" close to NSF, NCAR, IRIS and other NSF-funded organizations (AGU Floor Plan). Moscone North

Hours

Monday:  18:00-20:00 (Reception)
Tuesday:  09:30-17:00
Wednesday:  09:30-17:00
Thursday:  09:30-17:00
Friday:   09:30-13:30

Monday, December 12        

18:00-20:00 Reception

Tuesday, December 13
Demos           
  • 10:30-11:00  ECITE, Sara Graves
  • 11:00-12:00  CHORDS, Mike Daniels
  • 12:00-12:30  GeoTrust, Tanu Malik​
  • 14:00-15:00  ClearEarth, Sarah Ramdeen
  • 15:00-16:00 Geoscience Open Data Stakeholder Alignment, Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld
  • 16:00-16:30 Alliance Testbed Project, Kerstin Lehnert
Wednesday, December 14
Demos           
  • 10:00-11:00 EarthCollab, Matt Mayernik
  • 11:30-12:30 Sediment Experimentalist Network, Raleigh Martin
  • 13:30-14:30 GeoDeepDive/Macrostrat Rockd, Shanan Peters and Jon Husson
  • ​14:30-15:00 GeoTrust, Tanu Malik
  • 15:00-15:30 LinkedEarth, Deborah Khider 
  • 15:30-16:30  Data Discovery Hub, Stephen Richard    
Thursday, December 15
Demos
  • 10:00-10:30 EC netCDF-CF, Ethan Davis
  • 10:30-11:00 LinkedEarth, Deborah Khider
  • 14:00-15:00 Digital Rocks Portal, Masa Prodanovic
  • 15:00-16:00 iSamples, Kerstin Lehnert
  • 16:00-16:30 LinkedEarth, Deborah Khider
  • ​16:30-17:00 EC netCDF-CF, Ethan Davis
Friday, December 16

Committee and Team Meetings (top

Leadership Council Breakfast Meeting
Tuesday, December 13
07:00-08:30
Hotel Zelos
12 Fourth St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Science Committee Breakfast Meeting
Wednesday, December 14
07:00
Scala’s Bistro
432 Powell St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Joint Science Committee and Technology and Architecture Committee Meeting
Wednesday, December 14
14:30 - 16:00  
Golden Gate University
536 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105
Room #5224
Engagement Team Breakfast Meeting
Wednesday, December 14
07:00
Scala’s Bistro
432 Powell St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Liaison Team Breakfast Meeting
Wednesday, December 14
07:00
Scala’s Bistro
432 Powell St
San Francisco, CA 94102