American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting

Conferences

Tags: Astronomy, Physics, Exoplanets, Planetary Protection, Education, Girl Scout Stars, Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors

Time: 10 - 14 December 2018 -

Location: Washington, D. C.

The purpose of the American Geophysical Union is to promote discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity.

The AGU 2018 Fall Meeting will mark another dynamic year of discovery in Earth and space science, serve as the advent of AGU’s Centennial year, and provide a special opportunity to share our science with world leaders in Washington, D.C. As the largest Earth and space science gathering in the world, the Fall Meeting places you 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.

The SETI Institute will be widely represented at this year's conference including:

  • Exogeoscience and the Habitability of Super-Earths I Posters (Franck Marchis)
  • Stepwise Progress in Astrobiology Research, Planetary Protection, and Mars Mission Planning (Margaret Race)
  • Biogeochemistry of Caves Posters (Pablo Sobron)
  • Exogeoscience and the Habitability of Super-Earths II (Franck Marchis)
  • Girl Scout Space Science Badges and Beyond: Collaborative Learning for Girls and NASA Sci Act Collaborations (Pamela Harman)
  • Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors (AAA) – Science & Learning Collaborations (Dana Backman; Coral Clark; Pamela Harman)
  • Preservation of Organic Matter on Mars: The Role of the Mineral Matrix (Janice Bishop)
  • VNIR Spectral Analysis of Laboratory Nontronite/Jarosite Mixtures: Applications to Mawrth Vallis (Janice Bishop)
  • Constraining Sulfate and Hydrated Silica Abundances on Mars with Laboratory Mixtures (Janice Bishop)
  • Radial distribution of textures in Saturn’s main rings (Matthew Tiscareno)
  • Multiple long-period variations in the plume of Enceladus offer insights into eruption mechanism (Matthew Tiscareno)
  • Saturn's Rings: Post-Cassini Highlights and Overview (Matthew Tiscareno)
  • Crosslink Occultations for Probing the Planetary Atmosphere and Ionosphere of Mars (David Hinson)
  • Nocturnal mixed layers and water ice clouds on Mars (David Hinson)
  • Predicting Multi-Component Mineral Compositions in Gale crater, Mars with Label Distribution Learning (Philippe Sarrazin)
  • MapX: A Mapping X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer for Planetary Science Applications (Philippe Sarrazin)
  • Exploring Underwater Vent Systems: New Technologies and Strategies to Advance Life Detection and Scientific Understanding of Ocean Worlds (Pablo Sobron)
  • MapX: A Mapping X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer for Planetary Science Applications (Franck Marchis)
  • HiCIBaS: A precursor mission for high contrast imaging balloon systems (Franck Marchis)
  • Using RDI with Gemini Planet Imager Exoplanet Survey Data (Franck Marchis)
  • Gullies and Thermokarst Landforms in the Central Peak Region of Lyot Crater: Implications for a Late Mars Microclimate (Virginia Gulick, Natalie Glines)
     

Note: Registration is required to participate in this event.