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Orals
 / Mon, 28 Apr, 10:30–19:00  / Room B12
 / Tue, 29 Apr, 10:30–19:00  / Room B12
 / Wed, 30 Apr, 10:30–19:00  / Room B12
 / Thu, 01 May, 10:30–19:00  / Room B12
 / Fri, 02 May, 10:30–19:00  / Room B12
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Monday, 28 Apr 2014
Room B12
10:30–11:30
Earth: The Operators' Manual

11:30–12:00
Down to the Volcano

12:00–12:15
BREAK

12:15–14:00
Glacial Balance

14:00–14:15
BREAK

14:15–14:30
Bogged Down in Alaska / Climate in the Peruvian Andes: From Early Humans to Modern Challenges / A Song of our Warming Planet

14:30–14:45
Are You Ready? Inspirational Moments form Antarctica / Polar Science for Planet Earth

14:45–15:00
British Antarctic Survey Halley Research Station / Investigating Life in Arctic Sea Ice / What Color is a Glacier?

15:00–15:15
An Undergraduate Mapping Project

15:15–16:00
BREAK

16:00–16:15
Outlaws in Air City / Changing Weather / Visualization of a High Resolution Regional Weather Model

16:15–17:00
Science on Air

17:00–17:15
BREAK

17:15–18:30
Thin Ice

18:30–18:45
Project Azolla: From Floating Fern to Renewable Resource / Propylene on Titan

18:45–19:00
Cassini: 8 Years Around Saturn / IODP 342 Newfoundland: Sample Party


Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014
Room B12
10:30–11:15
Powering the Planet

11:15–12:15
BREAK

12:15–12:30
Outlaws in Air City / Changing Weather / Visualization of a High Resolution Regional Weather Model

12:30–13:15
Science on Air

13:15–13:30
Bogged Down in Alaska / Climate in the Peruvian Andes: From Early Humans to Modern Challenges / A Song of Our Warming Planet

13:30–13:45
Are You Ready? Inspirational Moments from Antarctica / Polar Science for Planet Earth

13:45–14:00
British Antarctic Survey Halley Research Station / Investigating Life in Arctic Sea Ice / What Color is a Glacier?

14:00–14:15
BREAK

14:15–15:15
365 Days Under the Antarctic Ice

15:15–15:30
BREAK

15:30–16:30
Energy Quest USA

16:30–16:45
Remote Sensing and Tropical Leaf Phenology: A PhD in the Amazonian Canopy

16:45–17:00
A Planetary Perspective with LANDSAT and Google Earth Engine / Bangladesh PIRE

17:00–17:15
BREAK

17:15–17:30
High Mountain Glacial Watershed Program / Global Glacial Lake Partnership

17:30–17:45
High Mountains Adaptation Partnership / Lake 464, the Time Bomb

17:45–18:45
The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism and Community

18:45–19:00
Take Care of Your Soil / The Value of Soil


Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014
Room B12
10:30–11:30
365 Days Under the Antarctic Ice

11:30–11:45
Project Azolla: From Floating Fern to Renewable Resource / Propylene on Titan

11:45–12:00
Cassini: 8 Years Around Saturn / IODP 342 Newfoundland: Sample Party

12:00–12:15
BREAK

12:15–13:30
Thin Ice

13:30–13:45
130th Anniversary of 1889 Krakatoa Eruption / The Geological Storage of CO2: Geological Conditions and Capacities

13:45–14:00
The Geological Storage of CO2: Ketzin Pilot Site / The Geological Storage of CO2: Scientific Drilling at the Pilot Site Ketzin

14:00–14:15
BREAK

14:15–15:15
Earth: The Operators' Manual

15:15–16:00
BREAK

16:00–16:15
High Mountain Glacial Watershed Program / Global Glacial Lake Partnership

16:15–16:30
High Mountains Adaptation Partnership / Lake 464, the Time Bomb

16:30–17:15
Science on Air

17:15–17:30
BREAK

17:30–18:00
Down to the Volcano

18:00–18:15
An Undergraduate Mapping Project

18:15–18:30
Remote Sensing and Tropical Leaf Phenology: A PhD in the Amazonian Canopy

18:30–18:45
A Planetary Perspective with LANDSAT and Google Earth Engine / Bangladesh PIRE

18:45–19:00
Bogged Down in Alaska / Climate in the Peruvian Andes: From Early Humans to Modern Challenges / A Song of Our Warming Planet


Thursday, 01 May 2014
Room B12
10:30–11:15
The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism and Community

11:15–11:30
BREAK

11:30–11:45
Remote Sensing and Tropical Leaf Phenology: A PhD in the Amazonian Canopy

11:45–12:30
BREAK

12:30–13:30
365 Days Under the Antarctic Ice

13:30–13:45
Project Azolla: From Floating Fern to Renewable Resource / Propylene on Titan

13:45–14:00
Cassini: 8 Years Around Saturn / IODP 342 Newfoundland: Sample Party

14:00–14:15
Are You Ready? Inspirational Moments from Antarctica / Polar Science for Planet Earth

14:15–14:30
British Antarctic Survey Halley Research Station / Investigating Life in Arctic Sea Ice / What Color is a Glacier?

14:30–14:45
Take Care of Your Soil / The Value of Soil

14:45–15:30
BREAK

15:30–16:30
Powering the Planet

16:30–16:45
130th Anniversary of 1889 Krakatoa Eruption / The Geological Storage of CO2: Geological Conditions and Capacities

16:45–17:00
The Geological Storage of CO2: Ketzin Pilot Site / The Geological Storage of CO2: Scientific Drilling at the Pilot Site Ketzin

17:00–17:15
BREAK

17:15–19:00
Glacial Balance


Friday, 02 May 2014
Room B12
10:30–12:00
Glacial Balance

12:00–12:15
BREAK

12:15–12:30
Take Care of Your Soil / The Value of Soil

12:30–12:45
High Mountain Glacial Watershed Program / Global Glacial Lake Partnership

12:45–13:00
High Mountains Adaptation Partnership / Lake 464, the Time Bomb

13:00–14:00
Earth: The Operators' Manual

14:00–15:00
Powering the Planet

15:00–15:15
BREAK

15:15–16:15
Energy Quest USA

16:15–16:30
130th Anniversary of 1889 Krakatoa Eruption / The Geological Storage of CO2: Geological Conditions and Capacities

16:30–16:45
The Geological Storage of CO2: Ketzin Pilot Site / The Geological Storage of CO2: Scientific Drilling at the Pilot Site Ketzin

16:45–17:00
A Planetary Perspective with LANDSAT and Google Earth Engine / Bangladesh PIRE

17:00–17:15
BREAK

17:15–18:30
Thin Ice

18:30–19:00
Down to the Volcano