American Geophysial Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2018

When: December 10, 2018 - December 14, 2018
Location: Washington, DC

The AGU 2018 Fall Meeting, hosted in Washington D.C., will mark the beginning of AGU’s Centennial year, and provide a special opportunity to share science with world leaders. As the largest Earth and space science gathering in the world, the Fall Meeting places attendees  in the center of a global community of scientists drawn from myriad fields of study whose work protects the health and welfare of people worldwide, spurs innovation, and informs decisions that are critical to the sustainability of the Earth. This year's theme is "what science stands for."

Important Dates:

  • Session and Tutorial Proposal Deadline: 18 April 2018
  • Workshop Proposals Open: 1 April 2018
  • Abstract Submission Period: 13 June 2018 – 1 August 2018
  • Student Travel Grants Application deadlines: August 2018
  • Abstract and Sessions’ Scheduled Days/Times Notifications Sent: 1 October 2018
  • Early Registration Deadline: 7 November 2018
  • AGU Fall Meeting: 10-14 December 2018

NEON-Related Events

Accepted NEON-related abstracts

Monday, December 10, 2018

B11C-0293 How predictable are soil fungal communities in space and time?
08:00 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

GC11A-03 The Impending Flood of Imaging Spectroscopy Data: Is Ecosystem Science Ready?
08:32 - 08:45 | Convention Ctr - Salon A

A12E-05 The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON): An Open, Continental-scale Observation Facility for Monitoring Environmental Change
11:20 - 11:35 | Convention Ctr - 150B

A13I-1374 Commissioning the NEON observatory: Techniques and Results
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

A13I-1380 NEON Assignable Assets Program - Putting NEON Assets to Use for the Research Community
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

H13J-2073 Defining the Importance of Upland Landscapes Using Critical Zone and Other Similar Observatories
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

GC13F-1916 Using Hyperspectral Imagery and Vegetation Indices to Predict Tree Mortality in a Northeastern American Forest
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B13A-07 Soil organic matter and mineralogy as controls on NO2 deposition and HONO emissions from soil surfaces
15:10 - 15:25 | Convention Ctr - Salon C

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

B21D Surface–Atmosphere Interactions: From Single Flux Measurements to Integrated Synthesis I
08:00 - 10:00 | Convention Ctr - 150A

B21D-01 Bridging the FLUXNET2015 data set: from tower observations to spatially representative fluxes for remote sensing and Earth system model applications
08:00 - 08:15 | Convention Ctr - 150A

B21D-02 The infinite flux tower project: Contribution of land surface energy-balance heterogeneity to mesoscale circulations and flux tower biases
08:15 - 08:30 | Convention Ctr - 150A

B21B-08 When Does Shifting Species Diversity and Canopy Structure Matter for the Land Carbon Sink?: A Cross-Scale Analysis
09:45 - 10:00 | Convention Ctr - 150B

B22C Surface–Atmosphere Interactions: From Single Flux Measurements to Integrated Synthesis II
10:20 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - 150A

B22C-07 Improving the Quality of Eddy Covariance Measurements from Data Collection to Data Processing
11:50 - 12:05 | Convention Ctr - 150A

NH22A-07 Extending Ecological Monitoring Networks with Unmanned Aircraft System Remote Sensing
11:50 - 12:05 | Marriott Marquis - Marquis 9-10

TH23B Coalescing Large-Scale Environmental Research Infrastructures Across the Globe
12:30 - 13:30 | Marriott Marquis - Archives

H23L-2562 The Effects of Wildfire on Soil Hydraulic Properties and Organic Matter in an Appalachian Hardwood Forest
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

A24K-01 Towards structured coordination of sustained observations of Arctic change: An update from the Arctic Observing Summit 2018
16:01 - 16:04 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

A24K-15 Coalescing Community Vision for Arctic Observing
16:43 - 16:46 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

ED24A-04 A NOAA Program Supporting Teacher-Scientist-Student Interactions: Exploring Geoscience in an Alaskan Yup’ik Village
16:45 - 17:00 | Marriott Marquis - Marquis 7-8

B24A-04 A cross-system comparison of ecosystem metabolism and its drivers
16:45 - 17:00 | Convention Ctr - 150A

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

WS17 Studying Biological Impacts of Environmental Change Using Repeat Photography: Introduction to PhenoCam Data Products and Software Tools
08:00 - 12:20 | Lafayette Park/Farragut Square, Grand Hyatt (Pre-registration Required)

A31L-0172 Evaluation of satellite-derived land surface albedo products and development of CEOS/WGCV/LPV albedo protocol
08:00 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B41B-03 From NEON Field Sites to Information Discovery: Year One into a Multi-Decadal Biogeosciences Resource
08:16 - 08:24 | Convention Ctr - 143A-C

B32B-01 Assessing functional diversity in a dryland ecosystem using full waveform lidar
10:20 - 10:35 | Convention Ctr - 147B

B32B-02 Large-Scale Patterns And Landscape Variability Of Forest Canopy Structure
10:35 - 10:50 | Convention Ctr - 147B

B32C-03 Leveraging network science to evaluate mechanisms and models of soil organic matter stabilization and change
10:50 - 11:05 | Convention Ctr - 150A

B32B-04 Within-canopy leaf functional traits from airborne remote sensing
11:05 - 11:20 | Convention Ctr - 147B

B33I-2394 Correcting Eddy-Covariance Gas Analyzer Drift: the NEON Field Validation System and Software Application
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33N-2314 Deep Images require Deep Learning: A Pixel-Based Convolutional Neural Network Classifier can Accurately Identify Tree Species Using Imaging Spectroscopy
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33I Surface–Atmosphere Interactions: From Single Flux Measurements to Integrated Synthesis Posters
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33I-2389 How important is storage flux in eddy-covariance? A case study using NEON sites and algorithms
13:40 - 18:00 Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33I-2406 Spatial coherence of carbon flux towers in Midwest ecosystems
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33M-2304 Monitoring biogeochemical cycles and ecosystem responses to climate change in temperate, alpine and arctic lakes and streams across N. America with the National Ecological Observatory Network.
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33K-2324 3D canopy structure and biotic resistance to invasion in North American forests
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B33I-2413 Can we map CO2 fluxes in tidal wetlands using environmental response functions?
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B34A-02 Continental-scale consequences of tree die-offs in North America
​16:15 - 16:30 | Convention Ctr - 149AB

Thursday, December 13, 2018

B41L-0310 A Comparison of Forest Biodiversity Metrics Using Field Measurements and Aircraft Remote Sensing
08:00 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

H41F-02 Evaluation of Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) soil and vegetation data products for predicting changes in vegetation phonology
08:15 - 08:30 | Convention Ctr - 146C

B43J-1964 The National Ecological Observatory Network Aquatic Sampling: Integrating High Frequency Sensor Data with Observational Sampling
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

IN43C-2845 Ecological Sensor Data Quality Assessed Using Observational Data and Combined Uncertainties
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

IN43C-2846 NEON’s Uncertainty Pipeline – Approach and Lessons Learned
13:40 - 18:00 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B44E-03 Current Status of the NEON AOP and Lessons Learned in Developing Airborne Remote Sensing Data Products that Support Forest Structure Characterization
16:07 - 16:10 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

Friday, December 14, 2018

H51L-1250 The National Ecological Observatory Network: Creating stage-discharge rating curves by combining physical inputs with probabilistic modeling techniques
08:00 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

G51C-0744 Assessment of Southeastern Coastal Environments using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and LiDAR
08:00 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

G51C-0746 Comparing Tools and Timelines: Lidar vs. Structure from Motion (SfM) Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) for Change Detection at the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)
08:00 - 12:20 | Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

B51A-08 Multi-year and multi-season transcriptomic profiling of forest tree species from LTER sites for understanding latitudinal variation in growth performance.
09:24 - 09:36 | Convention Ctr - 149AB

ED53C-08 NEON Data in the Classroom: An Open Education Resource for Enhancing Understanding of Terrestrial Carbon Cycling Processes Across Scales
14:02 - 14:05 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

ED53C-11 NEON Data in the Classroom: Faculty Mentoring Networks Offer a Low-Investment High-Output Means of Creating and Implementing Data-Centric Classroom Materials
14:11 - 14:14 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

ED53C-12 NEON Data in the Classroom: Implementing and Adapting an Open Education NEON Resource “Quantifying the Drivers and Impacts of Natural Disturbance Events-The 2013 Colorado Floods” for the Southern California Classroom.
14:14 - 14:17 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

ED53C-09 NEON Data in the Classroom: An Open Education Resource for Quantifying Spatial Patterns of Raster Images Using Semivariograms and Fractals
14:05 - 14:08 | Convention Ctr - eLightning Theater I

B54C-03 Using Citizen Science and National Scale Monitoring Programs to Understand Drivers of Plant Phenology Across the U.S.
16:30 - 16:45 | Convention Ctr – 147B

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