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Esri and the 2019 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

Blog Post created by DWright-esristaff Employee on Nov 11, 2019

We are pleased to share the lineup of oral talks, panels, and posters that will be presented December 9-13 at the 2019 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco's newly renovated Moscone Center, as well as the Esri Booth Demo Schedule, the most comprehensive and exciting ever. Many know of AGU as among the world’s most well-respected Earth science scholarly organizations, and its annual fall meeting dwarfs our UC by over 10,000 attendees. AGU 2019 expects 28,000 attendees from 113 countries, making it the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world.

 

In addition, AGU's Centennial Celebration will culiminate at this year's Fall Meeting. As part of the celebration, AGU will be featuring Story Maps at their AGU Central booth, which will be at the base of the escalators in Moscone North, and then online afterward. The story maps will showcase AGU's public engagement projects for the Centennial and to map their Thriving Earth Exchange work.

 

You’ll see in the list below of scientific papers, posters, and entire sessions that Esri is leading or contributing on a wide variety of interesting and important projects. Many of these are in collaboration with our federal partners at NASA, NOAA, US Forest Service, Department of Energy, EPA, and the USGS, as well as several universities and national laboratories. This showcases how Esri not only enables great understanding of the world with our products and services, but also performs good science, and contributes well as a member of the scientific community, sharing and inspiring others as to The Science of Where.

 

In addition, we will have a large theater-style exhibit booth (coordinated by Research & Sciences Industry Manager Drew Stephens) with messaging and demos (as organized by Dan Pisut) on multidimensional scientific data and analysis, imagery, big data geoanalytics, The Living Atlas, ArcGIS Pro, Imagery, Ecological Land Units, Ecological Marine Units, GeoPlanner,  Insights, story maps, the web GIS pattern, our commitment to open/interoperable, and more. See the Esri Booth Demo Schedule and exhibit floor plan (Esri is booth 739 near the central walkway to the right of NASA).

 

Overall, we are sending 17 Esri staff to participate at AGU. 

 

AGU PRESENTATIONS and SESSIONS with Esri Co-Authors

(where ED = Education, IN = Earth and Space Science Informatics, OS = Ocean Sciences; 5-character session numbers are entire sessions)

ED23D Earth Data Science Education: Training Earth Scientists for Interdisciplinary Work on New and Emerging Approaches eLightning

ED23D-03 Learn ArcGIS: Nurturing spatial curiosity, appreciation and exploration of maps with story-driven self-guided hands-on learning labs

IN11A Scalable Cloud Optimized Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) for Earth Science Big Data and Analytics I

IN11A-10 Developing a platform for multidimensional raster analytics

IN13B Scalable Cloud Optimized Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) for Earth Science Big Data and Analytics II Posters

IN31C Advances in Earth and Space Science Informatics Posters

IN41D Geospatial Intelligence: Data-Driven Research in the Earth Sciences II Posters

IN43A Geospatial Intelligence: Data-Driven Research in the Earth Sciences I

IN43A-01 Leveraging an Interoperable Scalable Data Platform to Support Earth Observation Data Analytics

IN51B-05 EarthLive, a NOAA GOES Imagery Service, Pushing the Near Real Time Technology Boundaries by Using Tile Services in the Cloud

OS13C-1542 E/V Nautilus Mapping and Multibeam Data from 2019 Expeditions in the Pacific Ocean - Finding and Filling the Gaps

 

SELECTED AGU PRESENTATIONS by OUR USERS 

(where ED = Education, EP = Earth and Planetary Surface Processes, GH = Geohealth, H = Hydrology, IN = Earth and Space Science Informatics, NH = Natural Hazards, NS = Near Surface Geophysics, OS = Ocean Sciences)

EP13C-2156 Morphodynamics in a Tropical Shallow Lagoon: Observation and Inferences of Change

GH24A-08 USE OF SOIL MOISTURE ACTIVE PASSIVE SATELLITE DATA (SMAP) AND WORLDCLIM2 DATA TO PREDICT THE POTENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS AND ITS VECTOR LUTZOMYIA LONGIPALPIS IN BRAZIL

H21H-1821 Identification and Verification of Freshwater Lenses in Florida using Hydrogeological and Remote Sensing Techniques

H51N-1675 Protecting Steep Slopes against Soil Erosion: Geotextiles and its Effectiveness under Heavy Rainfall

IN13B-0719 Systematic Data Transformation to Enable ArcGIS Image Services and Web Coverage Services (WCS) within the NASA Earth Science Data System’s Cloud

NH53A-05 GISMR: A Computer Application to Perform Kinematic Analysis, Slope Mass Rating and Optimization of Slope Angle on a GIS Platform With the Aid of ArcGIS or QGIS

NS21C-0826 Continued Mapping of Bedrock Topography and Drift Thickness of the Preglacial Teays River within the Anna Seismic Zone, Ohio.

OS13C-1535 Seabed habitat mapping using available regional bathymetric data along the Eastern Brazilian Margin

 

View and search the entire 2019 AGU Fall Meeting Program at this link

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