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Geo Cinema programme
Session details
Orals
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 10:30–18:57 / Room 0.90
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 10:30–18:59 / Room 0.90
 / Wed, 26 Apr, 12:00–19:01 / Room 0.90
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 10:30–18:54 / Room 0.90
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 10:30–17:00 / Room 0.90
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Monday, 24 Apr 2017
Room 0.90
10:30–10:39
Patagonia 2016 - Ice Project

10:39–10:48
World Glacier Monitoring Service - achievements and future challenges

10:48–12:03
365 Days under Antarctic Ice

12:03–12:15
BREAK

12:15–13:07
EuroVenus - studying Earth's twin

13:07–13:15
Visions of Harmony

13:15–13:30
BREAK

13:30–14:47
The birth of species - reconnecting Darwin and the fossil record

14:47–14:51
Phosphorus burial in Lake Vesijärvi, Finland

14:51–14:57
Innovative silvicultural treatments to enhance soil biodiversity in artificial black pine stands

14:57–15:00
Why is All Sand the Same?

15:00–15:02
Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

15:02–15:32
Communicate your Science Video Competition Finalists

15:32–15:56
FIRE -Echoes From the Earth's Crust, Finnish Reflection Experiment

15:56–16:03
IODP 365: Exploring the Fault Trace

16:03–16:54
La Réunion, from crust to core

16:54–17:04
Sediment Dynamics in High-Mountain Environments

17:04–17:30
BREAK

17:30–17:36
Dream Big

17:36–18:29
Big Earth Data - The Digitized Planet

18:29–18:44
Lari - Lohkare-etsijä, Lari - a prospecting dog

18:44–18:52
ARCoES Project - Supporting decision makers

18:52–18:57
CHANGE


Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
Room 0.90
10:30–10:35
Ice2Ice – D–O Events

10:35–10:37
Is Climate Change Just a Lot of Hot Air?

10:37–11:57
Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier

11:57–12:00
How do Greenhouse Gases Really Work?

12:00–13:44
Into the Inferno

13:44–13:57
Plumes of Piton de la Fournaise

13:57–14:04
In the hell of Mount Kronio

14:04–14:13
Volcanic Infrasound

14:13–14:34
CRISSIS Project. Marine submersion exercise in Leucate

14:34–14:45
Ichiro and the Wave

14:45–14:49
Rossby waves and extreme weather

14:49–14:59
Huayruro project

14:59–15:30
Communicate your Science Video Competition Finalists

15:30–15:54
FIRE -Echoes From the Earth's Crust, Finnish Reflection Experiment

15:54–16:01
IODP 365: Exploring the Fault Trace

16:01–17:01
Mael: A Rare Seabed Habitat

17:01–17:30
BREAK

17:30–17:39
Himalayan Water Towers

17:39–17:56
Petermann Fjord, a Glacier & Climate History

17:56–18:01
ADRIARadNET - Sentinels Against Floods

18:01–18:04
Paleoclimatology 101: Searching in the deep sea libraries

18:04–18:13
Ice cores - Revealing secrets of past climate

18:13–18:15
Arctic Sea Ice and Greenland Ice Sheet Sensitivity

18:15–18:33
Conversations on the North Slope of Alaska: Tracking a Changing Landscape

18:33–18:45
Ships and Waves Reaching Polar Regions

18:45–18:56
POLSTRACC - Research flights to the North Pole: the aircraft campaign

18:56–18:59
Hunting El Niño


Wednesday, 26 Apr 2017
Room 0.90
10:30–12:00 SC78: Finding Funding for your science film Learn how to fund engaging videos that help to educate the public on the important strides made in the geosciences with each piece of research

12:00–12:15
BREAK

12:15–12:21
Dream Big

12:21–13:14
Big Earth Data – The Digitized Planet

13:14–13:30
BREAK

13:30–13:39
Himalayan Water Towers

13:39–13:56
Petermann Fjord, a Glacier & Climate History

13:56–14:01
ADRIARadNET - Sentinels Against Floods

14:01–14:04
Paleoclimatology 101: Searching in the deep sea libraries

14:04–14:13
Ice cores – Revealing secrets of past climate

14:13–14:15
Arctic Sea Ice and Greenland Ice Sheet Sensitivity

14:15–14:33
Conversations on the North Slope of Alaska: Tracking a Changing Landscape

14:33–14:45
Ships and Waves Reaching Polar Regions

14:45–14:56
POLSTRACC – Research flights to the North Pole: the aircraft campaign

14:56–14:59
Hunting El Niño

14:59–15:30
Communicate your Science Video Competition Finalists

15:30–15:34
Phosphorus burial in Lake Vesijärvi, Finland

15:34–15:40
Innovative silvicultural treatments to enhance soil biodiversity in artificial black pine stands

15:40–15:43
Why is All Sand the Same?

15:43–15:46
Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

15:46–15:58
Tepui: the gates of time

15:58–16:01
Where did Earth’s Water Come From?

16:01–16:13
Hydrogeoitaly

16:13–16:16
What Came First, the Rain or the Rainforest?

16:16–16:22
Food security, agroecology and climate change

16:22–16:31
Farmers in Madagascar adopt agro-ecological practices

16:31–16:46
Lari – Lohkare-etsijä, Lari – a prospecting dog

16:46–16:54
ARCoES Project – Supporting decision makers

16:54–17:01
CHANGE

17:01–17:30
BREAK

17:30–18:46
The birth of species - reconnecting Darwin and the fossil record

18:46–18:49
Plate Tectonics Explained

18:49–18:54
Protecting People from Sand and Dust Storms

18:54–18:57
Science Communication: interviews with workshop participants

18:57–19:01
Science Communication: workshop hands-on demonstrations


Thursday, 27 Apr 2017
Room 0.90
10:30–10:34
Phosphorus burial in Lake Vesijärvi, Finland

10:34–10:40
Innovative silvicultural treatments to enhance soil biodiversity in artificial black pine stands

10:40–10:43
Why is All Sand the Same?

10:43–10:46
Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

10:46–10:58
Tepui: the gates of time

10:58–11:01
Where did Earth’s Water Come From?

11:01–11:13
Hydrogeoitaly

11:13–11:16
What Came First, the Rain or the Rainforest?

11:16–11:22
Food security, agroecology and climate change

11:22–11:31
Farmers in Madagascar adopt agro–ecological practices

11:31–11:46
Lari – Lohkare-etsijä, Lari – a prospecting dog

11:46–11:54
ARCoES Project – Supporting decision makers

11:54–12:01
CHANGE

12:01–13:45
Into the Inferno

13:45–13:58
Plumes of Piton de la Fournaise

13:58–14:05
In the hell of Mount Kronio

14:05–14:14
Volcanic Infrasound

14:14–14:35
CRISSIS Project. Marine submersion exercise in Leucate

14:35–14:46
Ichiro and the Wave

14:46–14:50
Rossby waves and extreme weather

14:50–15:00
Huayruro project

15:00–15:30
Communicate your Science Video Competition

15:30–15:39
Patagonia 2016 - Ice Project

15:39–15:48
World Glacier Monitoring Service - achievements and future challenges

15:48–17:03
365 Days under Antarctic Ice

17:03–17:30
BREAK

17:30–18:22
EuroVenus - studying Earth's twin

18:22–18:30
Visions of Harmony

18:30–18:33
Juno Approach Movie of Jupiter and the Galilean Moons

18:33–18:38
Earth and Moon Seen by Passing Juno Spacecraft with Music by Vangelis

18:38–18:42
Plate Tectonics Explained

18:42–18:47
Protecting People from Sand and Dust Storms

18:47–18:50
Science Communication: interviews with workshop participants

18:50–18:54
Science Communication: workshop hands-on demonstrations


Friday, 28 Apr 2017
Room 0.90
10:30–11:22
Oceans: The mystery of the missing plastic

11:22–11:28
FixO3 – Fixed Point Open Ocean Observatories

11:28–11:43
IODP 370: Exploring the Temperature limit of Life in the Deep Biosphere

11:43–11:54
POLSTRACC - Research flights to the North Pole: the aircraft campaign

11:54–11:57
Hunting El Niño

11:57–12:15
BREAK

12:15–13:06
La Réunion, from crust to core

13:06–13:16
Sediment Dynamics in High-Mountain Environments

13:16–13:30
BREAK

13:30–14:30
Mael: A Rare Seabed Habitat

14:30–14:48
Conversations on the North Slope of Alaska: Tracking a Changing Landscape

14:48–15:00
Ships and Waves Reaching Polar Regions

15:00–15:30
BREAK

15:30–15:35
Ice2Ice - D-O Events

15:35–15:37
Is Climate Change Just a Lot of Hot Air?

15:37–16:57
Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier

16:57–17:00
How do Greenhouse Gases Really Work?