CSR@AGU Fall 2014

Drawing more than 24,000 researchers from around the globe, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting continues to be the largest Earth and Space Science meeting in the world. Among those attending the 2014 gathering in San Francisco last December were several CSR colleagues, many of whom presented their work, as follows:
Monday, December 15
08:30 AM – 08:45 AM
  • “The Scale of the Terrestrial Reference Frame from SLR and VLBI”  — John Ries (Moscone West, 3024)
03:25 PM – 03:40 PM
  • “Data assimilation of GRACE terrestrial water storage information: solution assessment, error characterization and algorithmic procedure”  — Carly Sakumura (Moscone West, 3011)
Tuesday, December 16
01:40 PM – 06:00 PM
  • “Utilizing Grace TWS, NDVI, and Precipitation for Drought Identification and Classification in Texas” — Sarah Elizabeth McCandless, Srinivas Bettadpur, Teresa Howard, Gordon Wells (Moscone West, Poster Hall)
  • “Spatial Variability in Surface Elevation Changes of Central-West Greenland Outlet Glaciers”  —  Denis Felikson (Moscone West, Poster Hall)
02:10 PM – 02:25 PM
  • “The Grace Mission Status and Future Activities” — Byron Tapley, Frank Flechtner, Srinivas Bettadpur, Michael Watkins (Moscone West, 3024)
 03:25 PM – 03:40 PM
  • “Towards a Next Generation Gravity Field Mission” — David Wiese, Srinivas Bettadpur, Thomas Gruber, Pieter Visser, Michael Watkins (Moscone West, 3024)
Wednesday, December 17
01:40 PM – 06:00 PM
  • “Inversion of GRACE Range-Rate Data into Equal Area Mass Grids using Tikhonov Regularization” —  Himanshu Save (Moscone West, Poster Hall)
Thursday, December 18
08:00 AM – 08:15 AM
  • “Recent Advances in Modeling Earth Deformation from Monsoonal Flooding in Bangladesh using Hydrographic, GPS and GRACE Data” —  Michael Steckler, Scott Nooner, Srinivas Bettadpur, Syed Akhter, Sazedul Chowdhury, Leonardo Seeber (Moscone West, 3024)