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Associations of the IUGG

  • IUGG = International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics
  • IACS = International Association of Cryospheric Sciences
  • IAG = International Association of Geodesy
  • IAGA = International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy
  • IAHS = International Association of Hydrological Sciences
  • IAMAS = International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences
  • IAPSO = International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Ocean
  • IASPEI = International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior
  • IAVCEI = International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior
  • IUGG GC = General Contributions to the General Assembly

 

Assocation Abstract ID Presenting Author Abstract Title Co Authors Affiliations Pres Type
IUGG 1050 H Abd-Elmotaal 1 African Geoid Project: Current Status and Future Plans H Abd-Elmotaal 1 1. Minia University Accepted Oral
IUGG 805 A Abdel Hady 1 Solar activities and Climate change hazards A Abel Hady 1 1. Cairo University Accepted Poster
IUGG 100 H Abidin 1 Natural Hazards in Mega City of Jakarta (Indonesia) H Abidin 1
I Gumilar 1
H Andreas 1
Y.E Pohan 2
Y Fukuda 3
1. Institute of Technology Bandung
2. Provincial Agency of Industry and Mining of Jakarta
3. Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Japan
4. National Development Planning Agency of Indonesia, Jakarta
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4408 T Alboussiere 1 Asymmetric Dynamics of the Inner Core and Impact on the Outer Core T Alboussiere 1
R Deguen 2
P Cardin 3
M Melzani 1
1. Department of Geology, CNRS, University of Lyon
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Baltimore
3. Earth Science Institute, CNRS, University of Grenoble
Accepted Oral
IUGG 620 C Amory 1 Space Science in Western Africa during the two last decades F Ouattara 1 1. Université de Koudougou Accepted Oral
IUGG 618 C Amory 1 Geomagnetism, Solar wind and Solar activity during solar cycle 23 J Zerbo 1
F Ouattara 2
C Amory-Mazaudier 3
J.P Legrand 4
J Richardson 4
1. Université Polytechnique de Bobo Dioulasso
2. Université de Koudougou
3. LPP/Polytechnique/UPMC/CNRS
4. INSU/CNRS
5. MIT
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1248 K Arora 1 Important role of Geoscience for future of Planet Earth! K Arora 1
S Nittala 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute Accepted Oral
IUGG 758 J Awange 1,4 Monitoring of the Nile Basin waters from space J Awange 1,4
A Hunegnaw 2,6
O Baur 3
K Fleming 1
B Heck 4
E Forootan 5
1. Curtin University
2. University of Edinburgh
3. Stuttgart University
4. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
5. Bonn University
6. Addis Ababa University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6097 A Ayele 1 Active Extensional Tectonics in the East African Rift System: challenges and opportunities A Ayele 1
C.J Ebinger 2
1. 1Institute of Geophysics Space Science and Astronomy, Addis Ababa University
2. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627
Accepted Oral
IUGG 614 G Ayers 1 Environmental Observations as a Basis for Environmental Intelligence G Ayers 1 1. Bureau of Meteorology Union Lecture
IUGG 6001 G Babayev 1 Seismic monitoring in Azerbaijan with Az-NDC and Geology Institute database F Gadirov 1
Q.R Babayev 1
1. Geodynamics and Seismology Institute of Geology At Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS), Az-NDC For CTBTO Accepted Oral
IUGG 2463 V Babuska 1 Continental Mantle Lithosphere as a Patchwork of Micro-plates with their own Pre-assembly Olivine Fabric Mapped by Seismic Anisotropy V Babuska 1
J Plomerova 1
1. Institute Of Geophysics, Academy Of Sciences Of The Czech Republic Accepted Poster
IUGG 5815 J Bajo 1 A Cyberinfrastructure Tool to Support the Response to Extreme Events: The Tungurahua Volcano Community Mitigation Case Study J Bajo 1
C Renschler 2
1. Geography Department/Center for GeoHazards Studies, The State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo, New York
2. Center for GeoHazards Studies/National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (NCGIA)/MCEER, University at Buffalo - The State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo, New York/USA
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1955 D Baker 1 Assessing Solar and Solar-Terrestrial Influences as a Component of Earth's Climate Change Picture D Baker 1 1. Cu Boulder Lasp Union Lecture
IUGG 5318 C Barton 1 Internet connectivity in African institutions: NRENs, PingER, and eGYAfrica C Barton 1
B Barry 2
R.L Cottrell 3
U Kalim 4
1. Australian National University
2. Association of Africa Universities
3. SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
4. Pakistani National University of Sciences and Technology
Accepted Oral
IUGG 4577 J Beavan 1 Deformation along the boundaries of the Australian Plate: the spectrum of processes from Tonga to New Zealand L Wallace 1
J Beavan 1
1. GNS Science, Lower Hutt, Accepted Oral
IUGG 1136 D Benouar 1 A Collaborative Programme in Capacity Development in Disaster Risk Reduction – Through African Universities D Benouar 1
A Holloway 2
1. University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB)
2. University of Cape Town (UCT)
Accepted Oral
IUGG 3879 M Bergman 1 Grain growth and loss of texture during annealing of alloys, and the translation of Earths inner core M Bergman 1
D Lewis 2
I Myint 1
L Slivka 1
S Karato 3
A Abreu 2
1. Bard College At Simon's Rock
2. Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute
3. Yale University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4627 P Blain 1 The TPAC Digital Library Portal: A Web Application for Publishing Large Collections of Earth Science Data P Blain 1
N Bindoff 1,3,4,5,6
T Pugh 2,6
P Petrelli 1
1. Tasmanian Partnership For Advanced Computing (TPAC)
2. Australian Bureau of Meteorology
3. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC)
4. Institute for Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies (IASOS), University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania
5. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart, Tasmania
6. Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR)
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6020 V Bobrovskiy 1 Kamchatkian Subterranean Electric Operative Forerunners of Catastrophic Earthquake with M9, occurred close to Honshu Island 2011/03/11 V Bobrovskiy 1 1. Distant School Cosmic-Meteo-Tectonics Accepted Poster
IUGG 2682 O Bock 1 The water cycle of West Africa investigated with a new hybrid water budget dataset and numerical weather prediction models O Bock 1
R Meynadier 2
F Guichard 3
A Boone 3
J.L Redelsperger 3
1. LAREG, IGN
2. CEE, Princeton University
3. CNRM-GAME, CNRS & Meteo-France
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2685 O Bock 1 Investigations of the West African monsoon hydrological cycle with a network of ground-based GPS receivers O Bock 1
S Nahmani 1
R Meynadier 2
M.N Bouin 3
F Guichard 3
J.L Redelsperger 3
J Hinderer 4
1. LAREG, IGN
2. CEE, Princeton University
3. CNRM-GAME, CNRS & Meteo-France
4. EOST/IPGP, CNRS & University of Strasbourg
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1651 H Bulcock 1 An Investigation Into the Impact of Climate Change on Canopy Interception in Forests. Do We Really Know? H Bulcock 1
G Jewitt 1
1. University of Kwazulu-Natal Accepted Poster
IUGG 2606 D Burbidge 1 The rate of deformation of Australia estimated from an earthquake catalogue and a numerical model of the plate D Burbidge 1
M Leonard 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Poster
IUGG 594 V Burmin 1 Inversion of a Discontinuous Travel–Time Curve of Refracted Wave V Burmin 1 1. Schmidt Institute Of Physics Of The Earth, Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 595 V Burmin 1 Inversion of travel-time of a reflected wave V Burmin 1 1. Schmidt Institute Of Physics Of The Earth, Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 596 V Burmin 1 Approximation of Seismic Travel-Time Curver with Convex Cubic Splines V Burmin 1 1. Schmidt Institute Of Physics Of The Earth, Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 3696 P Canadell 1 Managing the terrestrial carbon sink for climate protection P Canadell 1 1. Global Carbon Project/CSIRO Accepted Oral
IUGG 5110 J Carter 1 Network Performance of the CTBT Monitoring Regime J Carter 1
M Krysta 1
R Le Bras 1
P Mialle 1
M Nikkinen 1
M Prior 1
1. CTBTO Accepted Poster
IUGG 6041 B Carter 1 The ionospheric variability during the recent earthquakes on the Pacific Rim using Radio Occultation measurements: Is there a clear relationship? B Carter 1
K Zhang 1
R Norman 1
A Kellerman 2
T Kane 2
C Wang 1
Y Li 1
1. RMIT University
2. La Trobe University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5178 A Cazenave 1 Sea level change: a truly interdisciplinary topic with societal impacts A Cazenave 1
R.S Nerem 2
1. Legos-Cnes
2. University of Colorado
Accepted Oral
IUGG 611 A Cazenave 1 Present-day sea level rise: How unsual and can we explain it? A Cazenave 1 1. LEGOS-CNES Union Lecture
IUGG 2732 D Chambers 1 Observations of historical and modern sea level rise D Chambers 1 1. University Of South Florida Accepted Oral
IUGG 5599 R Chatterjee 1 A Comparison of In-situ Stress Direction as Measured from Cleat Orientation Mapping and from Well Log data for Coal Bed Methane Exploration in Jharia Coalfield, India R Chatterjee 1
S Paul 1
1. Indian School of Mines Accepted Oral
IUGG 5511 S Claessens 1 Solutions to Ellipsoidal Boundary-value Problems using Spherical Harmonics S Claessens 1 1. Curtin University Accepted Poster
IUGG 5284 S Cloetingh 1 TOPO-EUROPE: An integrated solid earth approach to Continental Topography and Deep Earth – Surface Processes in 4D S Cloetingh 1 1. VU University Amsterdam Accepted Oral
IUGG 3104 A Coustenis 1 The exploration of Titan with a focus on its climatic and seasonal changes A Coustenis 1 1. Lesia, Paris-Meudon Observatory Accepted Oral
IUGG 5570 J Coyne 1 Capacity Building in the Context of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty J Coyne 1
L Zerbo 1
B Djermouni 1
1. Ctbto Accepted Poster
IUGG 5571 J Coyne 1 Infrasound Calibration in the Eastern Mediterranean J Coyne 1
J Given 1
P Grenard 1
L Zerbo 1
1. Ctbto Accepted Poster
IUGG 1220 M Cracknell 1 Geoscientific Spatial Data Inference: Integrating Measures of Spatial Autocorrelation and Related Strategies with Machine Learning Routines M Cracknell 1 1. Arc Centre Of Excellence In Ore Deposits (CODES) Accepted Poster
IUGG 3466 P Cummins 1 Earthquake and Tsunami Generation along the Margin of the Australian Plate: What does it tell us About Seismic Coupling and its Variability? P Cummins 1 1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IUGG 2352 Y Dang 1 A New Newton-Type Iterative Formula of the Ranging Positioning Equations Y Dang 1
S Xue 2
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
2. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4195 C De Groot-Hedlin 1 Interdisciplinary Research in Seismology and Infrasound C De Groot-Hedlin 1
K Walker 1
M Hedlin 1
1. Laboratory For Atmospheric Acoustics, University Of California, San Diego Accepted Poster
IUGG 3915 A De Santis 1 South Atlantic anomaly and core-mantle boundary A De Santis 1
E Qamili 1,2
1. Istituto Nazionale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia
2. Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze Polari, Universita' degli Studi di Siena
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4649 P Dirks 1 Thoughts on the tectonic of Africa P Dirks 1 1. James Cook University Accepted Oral
IUGG 799 J Dodo 1 The Realization of the Geocentric Datum of Nigeria: Preliminary Results J Dodo 1
T.A Yakubu 1
U.R Udozie 2
L.M Ojigi 3
1. Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics, National Space Research And Development Agency
2. Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation,
3. Department of Space Application,  National Space Research and Development Agency
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5381 S Dovers 1 Disaster policy and climate change: how much more of the same? S Dovers 1
J Handmer
1. Fenner School Of Environment & Society ANU
2. RMIT University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 6095 H Drewes  (Invited Poster Presentation) The Maule earthquake in Chile, February 27, 2010 H Drewes
S Barrientos
L Sánchez
R Maturana
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4089 M Dumberry 1 Constraints On The Magnetic Field At The Core-Mantle And Inner Core Boundaries From Earth's Nutations M Dumberry 1
L Koot 2
1. University Of Alberta
2. Obervatoire Royal de Belgique
Accepted Oral
IUGG 2328 P Durack 1,2,3,4 Fifty Years of Water Cycle Change expressed in Ocean Salinity P Durack 1,2,3,4
S Wijffels 1,2,4
1. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
2. Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research
3. Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
4. Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship, CSIRO
Accepted Oral
IUGG 1700 V Duraisamy Jothiprakasam 1 Downscaling the wind energy resource in Complex terrain using coupled mesoscale and microscale models V Duraisamy Jothiprakasam 1
E Dupont
B Carissimo
1. EDF R&D & CEREA, France
2. EDF R&D & CEREA, France
3. EDF R&D & CEREA, France
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2823 J Eichelberger 1 Mitigating Volcanic Risk in the United States and Adjacent Pacific Region J Eichelberger 1 1. U. S. Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IUGG 6021 L Elango 1 Numerical modelling to assess the impact of recent tsunamis on groundwater quality and identification of remedial measures L Elango 1
C Sivakumar 2
1. Anna University
2. HMR Consultants
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5222 R Eljade 1 Petrophysical characterisation lithology identification of Beda formation, Sirt basin, Libya using well logging records R Eljade 1
A.K Mohamed 1
S.K Fattouh 2
1. Al-Fateh University
2. Geology  Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Gabal El Gharby University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1801 A El-Sadek 1 Climate change impacts on the water quality: A case study of the Rosetta Branch in the Nile Delta, Egypt A El-Sadek 1 1. National Water Research Center Accepted Poster
IUGG 4236 C Emde 1 Observation of Volcanic Ash Concentration and Composition C Emde 1 1. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Accepted Oral
IUGG 1842 G Fitton 1 ANISOTROPIC MULTIFRACTAL ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERIC TURBULENCE G Fitton 1
I Tchiguirinskaia 1
D Schertzer 1
S Lovejoy 2
1. Ecole Des Ponts Paristech
2. McGill University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5975 A Forbes 1 The CTBTO hydroacoustic monitoring network A Forbes 1
P Grenard 1
G Haralabus 1
1. Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation Accepted Poster
IUGG 2499 A Fournier 1 Recent Developments and Achievements in Geomagnetic Data Assimilation A Fournier 1 1. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris Accepted Oral
IUGG 5075 P Fox 1 The Outlook for GeoData Informatics and a role for IUGG? P Fox 1 1. Tetherless World Constellation, RPI Accepted Oral
IUGG 5076 P Fox 1 The importance of science provenance in geophysical observing systems. P Fox 1
S Zednik 1
P West 1
1. Tetherless World Constellation, RPI Accepted Poster
IUGG 2215 K Furlong 1 How the New Zealand Plate  Boundary was Made K Furlong 1
P Kamp 2
1. Penn State University
2. University of Waikato
Accepted Oral
IUGG 6030 K Furlong 1 Tectonic Context and Implications of the Canterbury, New Zealand Earthquake Sequence K Furlong 1
G.P Hayes 2
M Quigley 3
H Benz 2
1. Penn State University
2. NEIC US Geological Survey
3. University Canterbury
Accepted Oral
IUGG 3893 K Gallagher 1 Inference of Abrupt Changes in Noisy Data Records using Bayesian Transdimensional Changepoint Models K Gallagher 1
T Bodin
M Sambridge
1. Univerisity Of Rennes 1 Accepted Oral
IUGG 304 T Gan 1 Potential Hydrologic Impact of Climatic Change to Major River Basins of Western Canada T Gan 1
E Kerkhoven 1
1. University Of Alberta Accepted Poster
IUGG 1902 R Garcia 1 Small scale heterogeneities at the base of the mantle inferred by seismological data R Garcia 1
S Chevrot 1
L Schardong 1
N Fuji 1
M Calvet 1
1. Université de Toulouse, Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie, Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées Accepted Oral
IUGG 1901 R Garcia 1 Very Preliminary Reference Moon Model R Garcia 1
J Gagnepain-Beyneix 2
S Chevrot 1
P Lognonne 2
1. Universite de Toulouse, Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planetologie, Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees
2. Equipe Geophysique Spatiale et Planetaire, Institut de Physique du Globe, Sorbonne Paris Cite, Univ Paris Diderot, UMR 7154 CNR
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3971 L Gaya-Piqué 1 High-resolution Geophysics and Seismology Applied to Nuclear Explosion Monitoring for CTBT On-Site Inspections - Case Studies L Gaya-Piqué 1
R Arndt 1
P Labák 1
J Tanaka 1
1. On-Site Inspection Division, CTBTO PrepCom Accepted Poster
IUGG 1460 A Geyer 1 Scientists and non-scientists: Do we all speak the same language? A Geyer 1 1. Centre Internacional De Metodes Numerics En Enginyeria (Cimne) Accepted Oral
IUGG 954 J Ghosh 1 Development of a Site Specific Mean Gravity Model J Ghosh 1
D Singh 2
D Kashyap 3
1. Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee
2. Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee
3. Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3881 Y Gitterman 1 Large-Scale Controlled Surface Explosion Sources At Sayarim, Israel, For IMS Infrasound Calibration Y Gitterman 1 1. The Geophysical Institute of Israel Accepted Poster
IUGG 2801 M Goranova 1 Service-oriented Scientific Data Processing M Goranova 1
B Shishedjiev 1
J Georgieva 1
J Semkova 2
M Georgiev 1
1. Technical University Of Sofia
2. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IUGG 1566 K Gordon 1 A palaeoclimate record from Northern Australia K Gordon 1 1. University Of Melbourne Accepted Poster
IUGG 4181 G Graham 1 AfricaArray: a shared vision for research and education in Africa G Graham 1
R Durrheim 2
A Nyblade 3
P Dirks 4
R Gibson 2
1. Council For Geoscience
2. University of the Witwatersrand
3. Penn State University
4. James Cook University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5704 P Grenard 1 Science and Technology Foresight for the Provisional Technical Secretariat of the CTBTO P Grenard 1
P Steeghs 1
1. Ctbto Accepted Poster
IUGG 5725 P Grenard 1 The CTBTO hydroacoustic monitoring network A Forbes 1
P Grenard 1
G Haralabus 1
1. Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation Accepted Poster
IUGG 606 D Gubbins 1 A Stable Layer at the Top of Earth's Core Formed by Barodiffusion D Gubbins 1
C Davies 2
1. University Of Leeds
2. IGPP, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5967 H Gupta 1 India's Tsunami Warning System: A Success Story H Gupta 1 1. National Geophysical Research Institute, (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research) Accepted Oral
IUGG 1433 B Gutknecht 1 Semantic Optimisation of CCS Literature Research B Gutknecht 1
H.J Goetze 1
M Alvers 2
1. Institute of Geosciences, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
2. Transinsight GmbH, Dresden
Accepted Oral
IUGG 4761 F Guzzetti 1 Risk to the population posed by different natural hazards in Italy F Guzzetti 1
P Salvati 1
C Bianchi 1
M Rossi 1
1. CNR IRPI Accepted Poster
IUGG 4785 F Guzzetti 1 A national early warning system for rainfall-induced landslides in Italy F Guzzetti 1
M Rossi 1
S Peruccacci 1
M.T Brunetti 1
I Marchesini 1
F Ardizzone 1
V Balducci 1
C Bianchi 1
M Cardinali 1
F Fiorucci 1,2
1. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Ricerca per la Protezione
2. Università Studi Perugia-Dip. Scienze Terra
3. Gabriele Tonelli
4. Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche, Istituto Di Metodologie Per L'Analisi Ambientale
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2090 A Gvishiani 1 Gravitational smoothing of time series in problems of approximation and interpolation of irregular data A Gvishiani 1
S Agayan 1
S Bogoutdinov 1
A Kagan 1
1. Geophysical Center of Russian Academy of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 6044 J Ha 1 Analysis of Korea Peninsular Displacements from Sendai-Oki Earthquake using Global Navigation Satellite System J Ha 1
M-B Heo 1
K Nam 1
E Sim 1
1. Korea Aerospace Research Institute Accepted Poster
IUGG 2783 V Hamza 1 Pitfalls in the use of inversion methods for extracting information on climate change from borehole temperature data R Cardoso 1
Fernando Silva Dias 1
Valiya Hamza 1
1. Observatorio Nacional Accepted Poster
IUGG 6035 M Hashimoto 1 ALOS/PALSAR Images of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake (II): Deformation Associated with the Induced Activities M Hashimoto 1
Y Takada 1
Y Fukushima 1
T Ozawa 2
M Furuya 3
S Okuyama 3
T Abe 3
M Tobita 4
M Shimada
1. Dpri, Kyoto University
2. National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
3. Hokkaido University
4. Geospatial Information Authority, Japan
5. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3955 M Hayn 1,2 Modeling of the Earth's Gravity Potential Using Pole Functions J van Santen 1,2
M Hayn 3
I Panet 1,2
M Holschneider 3
N Diament 1
1. Institut Géographique National, GRGS
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris-Sorbonne Paris Cité – Université Paris Diderot – UMR CNRS 7154
3. Institute Of Mathematics, University Of Potsdam
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1168 K Heal 1 Geosciences and the Future of Planet Earth – a hydrological perspective K Heal 1 1. The University Of Edinburgh Accepted Oral
IUGG 4077 M Hedlin 1 Studies of Infrasonic Propagation Using Dense Seismic Networks M Hedlin 1
C de Groot-Hedlin 1
1. Laboratory For Atmospheric Acoustics, University Of California, San Diego Accepted Poster
IUGG 669 T Herring 1 Crustal Deformation from Geodesy: Measurement on Short to Long Temporal and Spatial Scales T Herring 1 1. Massachusetts Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IUGG 4625 K Hill 1 The Australian Integrated Marine Observing System: delivering data for marine researchers M McGowen 1
K Roberts 1
R Proctor 1
K Hill 1
1. Integrated Marine Oberving System Accepted Poster
IUGG 4083 J Hinderer 1 The GHYRAF (Gravity and Hydrology in Africa) project using ground and space geodesy to constrain water storage changes: latest results in West Africa J Hinderer 1
J Pfeffer 1
J.P Boy 1
P Genthon 2
L Seguis 2
G Favreau 2
O Bock 3
1. EOST/IPGS University Of Strasbourg Cnrs France
2. IRD/Hydrosciences Montpellier France
3. LAREG/IGN Marne-La-Vallee France
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5553 P Holota 1 Reproducing Kernel in Gravity Field Studies and its Numerical Implementation for the Exterior of an Ellipsoid P Holota 1
O Nesvadba 2
1. Research Institute Of Geodesy, Topography And Cartography
2. Land Survey Office
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6055 A Hooper 1 The 2011 Tohoku earthquake slip distribution: joint inversion of GPS and ocean bottom pressure sensor data. A Hooper 1
W Simons 1
J Pietrzak 1
R Riva 1
M Naeije 1
1. Delft University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IUGG 5438 M Hough 1 Application of 3D Modeling in the Exploration of Orogenic Gold Deposits: A Case Study from Southeastern Australia M Hough 1
L Ailleres 1
P Schaubs 2
F Bierlein 1
W Sharples 1
1. Monash University
2. CSIRO Exploration & Mining
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2788 P Huybrechts 1 Evolution of the polar ice sheets from observations and glaciological modeling P Huybrechts 1 1. Earth System Sciences & Departement Geografie, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Accepted Oral
IUGG 6051 R Ikuta 1 Relation between the interplate coupling distribution before and the slip at the time of the 2011 East Japan Earthquake (Mw 9.0) R Ikuta 1
S Shimada 2
M Satomura 1
1. Faculty Of Science, Shizuoka University
2. National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6026 F Imamura 1 Tsunami disaster and impact due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake F Imamura 1 1. Tohoku University Accepted Oral
IUGG 6032 K Irikura 1 Accidents at Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant caused by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake K Irikura 1 1. Aichi Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IUGG 4731 S Ishii 1 A study of the vegetation change and climate memory in Africa using a dynamic global vegetation model S Ishii 1
H Sato 2
T Yamazaki 3
1. Tohoku University
2. Nagoya University
3. Tohoku University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5254 A Ismail-Zadeh 1, 2, 3 Contribution of Computational Geophysics to the CTBT Monitoring System A Ismail-Zadeh 1, 2, 3
Z Wu
1. Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie, Karlsruhe, GERMANY
2. Institut de Physique du Globe, Paris, FRANCE
3. Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, RUSSIA
4. China Earthquake Administration, Beijing, CHINA
5. Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CHINA
Accepted Oral
IUGG 1953 A Jackson 1 Progress towards the adjoint dynamo problem K Li 1
A Jackson 1
P Livermore 2
1. Institut Fur Geophysik, Eth Zurich
2. School of Earth and Environment, Leeds University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5877 A Jahn 1 The Polar Regions: An area of active research for decades to come A Jahn 1 1. National Center For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IUGG 1684 M Jalili 1 Drought monitoring and assessment using remote sensing in Iran M Jalili 1
R Farshi 2
1. Sahrif University of Technology
2. Sharif Advanced Technologies Incubator
Accepted Poster
IUGG 952 H Jayasena 1 Geostatistics for the Assessment of Depths to Bedrock and Water Table A Case Study from Kandy Sri Lanka H Jayasena 1
T.B.N.S Madugalla 1
S.M.D.N Senanayake 2
J Fernando 3
1. Department of Geology, University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, 20400, Sri Lanka
2. National Building Research Organization, 99/1, Jawatta Road, Colombo 5, 00500, Sri Lanka
3. International Power Hazelwood, P.O. Box 195, Morwell, VIC 3840, Australia
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3535 E Jeon 1 Conditions Of Non-CO2 Emission Factors In The Domestic Cement Industry And Research To Improve Reliability Of Emissions Analysis E Jeon 1
C Cho 2
J Lee 3
G-K Im 3
J-H Yoo 3
1. Dept. of Environment & Energy in Sejong University
2. Cooperate Course for Climate in Sejong University
3. Dept. of Earth & Environmental Sciences in Sejong University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3953 Z Jiang 1 Probabilistic projections of climate change over China under the SRES A1B scenario using 28 AOGCMs Z Jiang 1
W Chen 1
L Li 2
1. Nanjing University Of Information Science And Technology, China
2. Laboratoire de M¨¦t¨¦orologie Dynamique, IPSL/CNRS/UPMC, Paris, France
Accepted Poster
IUGG 217 L Jianwei 1 A Multio-bjective Model for Floodwater Resources Allocations L Jianwei 1 1. Dalian University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IUGG 219 L Jianwei 1 Risk Study of Floodwater Utilization by Ponds and Wetlands L Jianwei 1
X Shiguo 2
1. Dalian University Of Technology
2. Dalian University Of Technology
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3199 T Jordan 1 Forecasting Earthquakes and Predicting Their Hazards T Jordan 1 1. Southern California Earthquake Centre Union Lecture
IUGG 3666 A Kageyama 1 Virtual Reality Visualization of Geophysical Data A Kageyama 1 1. Graduate School of System Informatics, Kobe University Accepted Oral
IUGG 6046 P Kalenda 1 Tracing of travelling of stress-deformation waves after the Tohoku earthquake P Kalenda 1
K Holub 2
J Rusajova 2
L Neumann 3
1. Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czech Academy of Science, Prague, Czech Republic
2. Institute of Geonics, Ac. Sci. Czech Rep., Studentská 1768, 708 00 Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Republic
3. Anect a.s., Praha, A.Staska 2027/79, 140 00 Praha 4
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6047 P Kalenda 1 Precursors of the Tohoku earthquake (M=9) – what was the trigger? P Kalenda 1
L Neumann 2
1. Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Ac. Sci. Czech Rep., V Holešovièkách 41, 182 09 Praha 8, Czech Republic
2. Anect a.s., Praha, A.Staška 2027/79, 140 00 Praha 4
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2675 C Katsman 1 Towards Regional Projections of Twenty-first Century Sea Level Change C Katsman 1
R van de Wal 2
A Slangen 2
S Drijfhout 1
W Hazeleger 1
1. Knmi, Global Climate Division
2. IMAU, Utrecht University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 6029 H Kawase 1 Strong Motion Characteristics of the Off Pacific Coast, Tohoku, Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011 in Terms of the Damage Potential to Buildings H Kawase 1
S Matsushima 1
B. Baoyintu 1
1. Dpri, Kyoto University Accepted Poster
IUGG 6011 R Kemerait 1 Collaboration between the U.S. National Data Centre and the CTBTO R Kemerait 1 1. Air Force Technical Applications Center, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida Accepted Oral
IUGG 1068 B Kennett 1 Mapping the Mantle with Seismic Tomography B Kennett 1 1. The Australian National University Accepted Oral
IUGG 612 B Kennett 1 Probing the Earth B Kennett 1 1. The Australian National University Union Lecture
IUGG 6036 I Kerimov 1 Why March 2011 Tohoki earthquake, such a catastrophic event has been missed? I Kerimov 1
S Kerimov 2
1. Scientific Center Of Seismology Of The Presidium Of Azerbaijan National Academy Of Sciences
2. Seismotech Globe B.V., the Netherlands
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6037 I Kerimov 1 The Role of Aftershocks in Studying the Global Ecology State Changes I Kerimov 1
S Kerimov 2
1. Scientific Center Of Seismology Of The Presidium Of Azerbaijan National Academy Of Sciences
2. Seismotech Globe B.V., the Netherlands
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5949 S Khan 1 Enhancing Social Resilience through Participatory Integrated Floods and Droughts Management - An Example from Pakistan S Khan 1 1. Chief, Water and Sustainable Development Section Accepted Oral
IUGG 1646 Y Khan 1 Mechanisms of rain-induced landslide events of 2008 in hills of Chittagong City of Bangladesh Y Khan 1 1. Dept. of Geology and Mining, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi 6205 Accepted Poster
IUGG 2812 S Kharlamova 1 The evidence of the spin crossover and structural changes at high pressures in iron-bearing spinels. S Kharlamova 1
T Yamanaka 2
A Kyono 2
Y Nakamoto 2
V Struzhkin 2
1. HPSynC at Geophysical Lab, at Argonne national Lab
2. Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6064 S Kieffer  Flow regime transformations in the March 11, 2011 tsunami, Northern Honshu, Japan S Kieffer
J Colberg
J Flowers
1. University Of Illinois Accepted Oral
IUGG 4328 Y Kim 1 Applying the Ensemble Kalman Filter to Regional Ocean Circulation Model in the East Sea case Y Kim 1
G-D Pak
K-I Chang
S.J Lyu
1. Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute
2. Seoul National University
3. Seoul National University
4. Korea Meteorological Administration
Accepted Oral
IUGG 2416 M King 1 Geocentric sea level rise from global tide gauges and GPS measurements of vertical land movement M King 1
I Thomas 1
D Lavallee 2
S Williams 3
P Whitehouse 4
R Riva 5
R Bingham 1
N Penna 1
P Clarke 1
1. Newcastle University
2. Delft University of Technology
3. National Oceanography Centre
4. Durham University
5. Utrecht University and Delft University of Technology
Accepted Oral
IUGG 4797 J Kirby 1 Long Wavelength Resolution of Wavelet and Multitaper-Fourier Spectra: Application to the Isostatic Admittance J Kirby 1
C Swain 1
1. Curtin University Accepted Poster
IUGG 3066 A Kitoh 1 High Resolution 20-km Mesh Global Climate Model and Projected Hydro-meteorological Extremes in the Future A Kitoh 1 1. Meteorological Research Institute Accepted Oral
IUGG 1257 A Kizhakkekara Kunjavaran 1 Quest for Global Sustainability: The Role of Geophysics and Challenges Ahead K Abdul Azeez K. 1 1. National Geophysical Research Institute, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Hyderabad, India Accepted Oral
IUGG 5403 Y Kontar 1 Addressing Geophysical Hazards through Continuously Operating GPS Observational Network and Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Y Kontar 1 1. Illinois State Geological Survey, University Of Illinois Accepted Poster
IUGG 3939 V Kossobokov 1,2 Seismic Hazard Predictability V Kossobokov 1,2
A Nekrasova 1
1. Iiept&Mg, Russian Academy Of Science
2. IPG de Paris
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1979 P Kotze 1 Earth – and Space Physics Research at the Hermanus Magnetic Observatory P Kotze 1
L.A McKinnell 1
P Sutcliffe 1
B Opperman 1
A Collier 1
1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory Accepted Poster
IUGG 1913 D Koutsoyiannis 1 A Hymn to Entropy D Koutsoyiannis 1 1. National Technical University Of Athens Accepted Oral
IUGG 613 D Koutsoyiannis 1 Hydrology and Change D Koutsoyiannis 1 1. National Technical University of Athens Union Lecture
IUGG 6025 J Koyama 1 2011 Megathrust earthquake in Japan revealed existance of two types of great earthquakes J Koyama 1
K Yoshizawa 1
K Yomogida 1
M Tsuzuki 1
1. Hokkaido University Accepted Poster
IUGG 1166 R Krasnoperov 1 Geoscience data intellectual processing and dissemination using GIS A Berezko 1
R Krasnoperov 1
A Lebedev 1
A Rybkina 1
A Soloviev 1
1. Geophysical Center of Russian Academy of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 4297 W Kuang 1 MoSST_DAS: the first working geomagnetic data assimilation system W Kuang 1
A Tangborn 2
1. Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center
2. University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5341 R Kuroda 1 Partnership of Science and Society: A grand challeng R Kuroda 1 1. Icsu/the University Of Tokyo Accepted Oral
IUGG 4102 J Lalande 1 Infrasound data inversion for atmospheric remote sensing J Lalande 1
O Sebe 1
M Landes 1
R Matoza 1
A Le Pichon 1
E Blanc 1
P Blanc-Benon 2
1. Cea
2. LMFA, Ecole Centrale Lyon
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3600 K Laval 1 The Importance Of Land Water Storage In Sea Level Variations K Laval 1
J Polcher 2
1. University P M Curie
2. CNRS
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5736 A Le Pichon 1 Infrasound for verification technology and beyond A Le Pichon 1 1. CEA/DAM/DIF Accepted Oral
IUGG 1352 W Li 1 Characteristics of the Precipitation Extremes over the Urban Areas of the Pearl River Delta of China W Li 1
S Chen
1. Department Of Atmospheric Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University Accepted Poster
IUGG 5369 P Linden 1 Sustainability of the Venice Lagoon in the face of climate change P Linden 1
C Nasci 2
1. University of Cambridge
2. Thetis spa
Accepted Oral
IUGG 2548 J Liu 1 Attribution of the multi-decadal to sub-millennial variations of the global monsoon precipitation J Liu 1
B Wang 2,3
S Yim 3
1. Niglas, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Department of Meteorology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
3. International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6022 A Lyubushin 1 Japan Seismic Catastrophe 11 of March 2011. Long-term prediction by microseismic noise properties. A Lyubushin 1 1. Institute Of Physics Of The Earth Accepted Poster
IUGG 5152 M Mac Cracken 1 An Overview of Approaches to Climate Engineering M MacCracken 1 1. Climate Institute Accepted Oral
IUGG 941 S Maiti 1 Bayesian Neural Network Modeling and an Uncertainty Analysis: A Case Study from the KTB Borehole Site S Maiti 1
R.K Tiwari 2
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism
2. National Geophysical Research Institute
Accepted Oral
IUGG 940 S Maiti 1 Inversion of Vertical Electrical Sounding Data from the Critically Dynamic Koyna Region using the Hybrid Monte Carlo-Based Neural Network Approach S Maiti 1
G Gupta 1
V Erram 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IUGG 1983 P Martyshko 1 The construction of geophysical model of Earth crust based on data joint inversion. P Martyshko 1
I Ladovskiy 1
A Tsidaev 1
N Fedorova 1
1. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras Accepted Poster
IUGG 4568 M Matsushima 1 Latitudinal Dependence of Some Effects of Anisotropic Thermal Diffusivity in the Earth's Core M Matsushima 1 1. Tokyo Institute of Technology Accepted Poster
IUGG 4699 T Matsuo 1 Nonstationary covariance modeling for incomplete data: Monte Carlo Expectation Maximization approach T Matsuo 1
D Nychka 2
D Paul 3
1. Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
2. Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO
3. Department of Statistics, University of California, Davis, CA
Accepted Poster
IUGG 977 I May 1 Geosciences and the Future of Planet Earth: Perspectives from the Cryospheric Sciences K Sinclair 1
I May
1. New Zealand Ice Core Programme, Gns Science Accepted Oral
IUGG 6052 A Mazzoni 1 Coseismic displacement waveforms from high-rate GPS data: a comparison of two methodologies applied to the Tohoku-oki earthquake A Mazzoni 1
M Crespi 1
G Colosimo 1
M Branzanti 1
H Dragert 2
J Henton 3
1. Agg - Università Di Roma La Sapienza
2. Geological Survey of Canada, NRCan
3. Geodetic Survey of Canada, NRCan
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5012 G McBean 1 The Grand Challenges of Integrated Research on Disaster Risk G McBean 1 1. Institute For Catastrophic Loss Reduction Accepted Oral
IUGG 5775 S McLean 1 Modern Data Center Services Supporting Science J Varner 1
J Cartwright 2
S McLean 2
J Boucher 1
D Neufeld 1
J Laroque 2
D Fischman 2
E McQuinn 1
C Fugett 3
1. CIRES, University Of Colorado At Boulder
2. NOAA National Geophysical Data Center
3. Earth Resources Technology, Inc.
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3358 H McMillan 1 Field Investigation of Runoff Generation Processes in New Zealand Upland Catchments H McMillan 1
M.S Srinivasan 1
1. National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Accepted Poster
IUGG 143 B Mikhail 1 Does the solution of an inverse problem allow us to have a new knowledge about the runoff formation? B Mikhail 1 1. Water Problems Institute Accepted Poster
IUGG 4022 K Mikula 1 Nonlinear diffusion filtering of data on the Earth surface K Mikula 1 1. Dept. Of Mathematics, Faculty Of Civil Engineering, Slovak University Of Technol Accepted Oral
IUGG 5138 D Mitchell 1 Engineering of Cirrus Clouds to Reduce Global Warming D Mitchell 1
S Mishra 1
1. Desert Research Institute Accepted Oral
IUGG 5258 O Molchanov 1 Global warming, El Nino effect and seismicity O Molchanov 1 1. Ipe Ras Accepted Oral
IUGG 4716 W Moon 1, 2 Spatial resolution and phase information of SAR and PolSAR data in Earth's surface features and natural hazard detection and related data analysis W Moon 1, 2
D.J Kim 3
K.A Park 4
B Zou 5
H.J Cai 2, 5
1. Research Institute Of Oceanography (Rio), Seoul National University
2. Satellite Geophysics, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada
3. School of Earth and Environmental Studies, Seoul National University, Seoul 151-742 Korea
4. Faculty of Education, Seoul National University, Seoul 151-742 Korea
5. Department of Information Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin 150001 China
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5646 M Muhammad 1 Differential Values between Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Spirit Leveling Observations on Some GPS Pillars in the North Eastern Region of Nigeria M Muhammad 1
T.A Yakubu 1
M.T Shuaibu 1
H.T Sani 1
1. Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics Accepted Poster
IUGG 3941 M Naeimi 1,2 Regional modelling of GRACE SST data in Scandinavia M Naeimi 1,2
J Flury 1
J Mueller 1
1. Institute of Geodesy, University of Hanover
2. QUEST, Centre for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Research, University of Hanover
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5729 M Naeimi 1,2 Numerical aspects of regional gravity field modeling M Naeimi 1,2
G Goebel 3
M Schmidt 3
K Bentel 5
C Gerlach 4
J Mueller 1
J Flury 1
1. Institute of Geodesy, University of Hanover
2. QUEST, Centre for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Research, University of Hanover
3. Deutsches Geodaetisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI), Munich, Germany
4. Kommission für die Internationale Erdmessung, Bavarian Academy of Science and Humanities, Munich, Germany
5. Norwegian University of Life Science, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences and Technology, As, Norway
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4264 H Ngodock 1 4DVAR Assimilation of MODAS Synthetics in the Monterey Bay Using the NAVY Coastal Ocean Model H Ngodock 1
M Carrier 1
1. Naval Research Lab Accepted Poster
IUGG 6018 N Nicholls 1 Weather & Climate Prediction and the Brisbane 2011 Floods N Nicholls 1 1. Monash University Accepted Oral
IUGG 6015 T Nishimura 1 Co- and post-seismic deformation of the Mw9.0 2011 Off-Tohoku Earthquake and strain accumulation observed by GEONET T Nishimura 1
S Ozawa 1
H Suito 1
T Kobayashi 1
M Tobita 1
T Imakiire 1
1. Geospatial Information Authority of Japan Accepted Poster
IUGG 1908 D Nof 1 Fast wind-induced migration of Leddies in the South China Sea D Nof 1 1. Florida State University Accepted Oral
IUGG 2974 D Novelo-casanova 1 Seismic Risk Perception at the Nonoalco-Tlatelolco Housing Complex, Mexico City, Mexico D Novelo-Casanova 1
Y.A Antonio-Nakamura 2
V Valdés-Pérez 2
G Pineda-Loperena 2
1. Instituto de Geofísica, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
2. Facultad de Ciencias Politicas y Sociales, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1038 L Nwankwo 1 Artificial Neural Networks Modelling For Landslides Hazard Zonation In A Part Of The Himalaya. L Nwankwo 1
P Champati-ray 2
1. University Of Ilorin
2. Indian Institute Of Remote Sensing
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2421 M Obayashi 1 Adjoint tomography of East Asia M Obayashi 1
Y Tono 1
S Tsuboi 1
D Suetsugu 1
1. Ifree, Jamstec Accepted Poster
IUGG 6043 T Ozawa 1 ALOS/PALSAR Images of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake (I): Coseismic deformations and Tsunami affected area T Ozawa 1
Y Fukushima 2
S Okuyama 3
Y Takada 2
M Hashimoto 2
T Abe 3
M Furuya 3
M Tobita 4
M Shimada 5
1. NIED, Japan
2. Kyoto University
3. Hokkaido University
4. Geospatial Information Authority of Japan
5. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3974 I Panet 1,2 Regional Modelling of the GOCE Gradients I Panet 1,2
M Diament 2
M Holschneider 3
O Jamet 1
1. Institut Geographique National - GRGS
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris - Sorbonne Paris Cite – Universite Paris Diderot – UMR CNRS 7154
3. University of Potsdam - Institute for Mathematics
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3297 E Park 1 An Assessment of the Greenhouse Gas Contribution to Global Warming Based on a Multi-model Ensemble E Park 1
E.J Lee 2
W.T Kwon 1
S.Y Hong 3
1. National Institute Of Meteorological Research
2. Korea Meteorological Administration
3. Department of Atmospheric Sciences and Global Environment Laboratory
Accepted Poster
IUGG 4038 M Parsons 1 Diverse data for interdisciplinary science-another dimension of the Fourth Paradigm M Parsons 1
Ø Godøy 2
El LeDrew 3
T. F de Bruin 4
B Danis 5
S Tomlinson 6
D Carlson 7
1. National Snow And Ice Data Center
2. Norwegian Meteorological Institute
3. University of Waterloo
4. Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
5. Antarctic Biodiversity Information Facility
6. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
7. UNAVCO
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5528 R Pearce 1 Monitoring the Performance of Waveform Analysts R Pearce 1
S Spiliopoulos 1
1. Ctbto Provisional Technical Secretariat Accepted Poster
IUGG 5304 A Peresan 1, 2 Time-dependent ground shaking scenarios: an operational approach G Panza 1, 2
A Peresan 1, 2
F Vaccari 1, 2
F Romanelli 1, 2
1. Department of Geosciences, University of Trieste. Via Weiss 4, 34127 - Trieste,
2. The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, ICTP SAND Group, 34100 Trieste, Miramare,
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5305 A Peresan 1, 2 Clues for non-stationarity of seismicity: climatic modulation of seismic hazard A Peresan 1, 2
G.F Panza 1, 2
1. The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, ICTP SAND Group, 34100 Trieste, Italy
2. Department of Geosciences, University of Trieste. Via Weiss 4, 34127 - Trieste, Italy
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1855 T Pfeffer 1 Global Evaluations of Mountain Glacier and Ice Cap Mass Balance: Current Status and Projections to 2100 W Pfeffer 1
D Bahr 1,2
1. Instaar University Of Colorado
2. Regis University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 1611 Y Polozov 1 Detection of anomalies in ionospheric data during increased seismic activity Y Polozov 1
O Mandrikova 1,2
V Bogdanov 1
1. Institute Of Cosmophysical Research And Radio Wave Propagation Feb Ras
2. Kamchatka State Technical University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6076 C Popovska 1 Hydrologic Sub-Catchments Analysis in Prespa Region C Popovska 1 1. University of Ss Cyril and Methodius, Faculty of Civil Engineering Accepted Poster
IUGG 4309 M Quigley 1 How does continental lithosphere respond to the transition from subduction to arc-continent collision? M Quigley 1
B Duffy 1
1. University of Canterbury Accepted Oral
IUGG 578 B Rabiu 1 Ionosphere over Africa: Results from International Heliophysical Year IHY B Rabiu 1
K Yumoto 2
K Groves 3
P Doherty 4
1. National Space Research And Development Agency
2. 2Space Environment Research Centre, Kyushu University, Japan
3. 3Space Weather Center of Excellence, AFRL/VSBXI, Hanscom AFB, MA, USA
4. Institute For Scientific Research, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA - 02467, U.S.A
Accepted Oral
IUGG 923 N Rawlinson 1 Lithospheric Structure of the Australian Plate from Seismic Imaging N Rawlinson 1 1. Australian National University Accepted Oral
IUGG 4694 C Renschler 2 Integrated Natural Resources and Extreme Events Management: Decision Support Tools for More Resilient Communities C Renschler 2 1. NCGIA - University At Buffalo (SUNY)
2. MCEER - University at Buffalo (SUNY)
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2149 C Rodger 1 You and whose army? International collaborative networks as a mechanism for strengthening the pursuit of knowledge. C Rodger 1
R.H Holzworth 2
J.B Brundell 1
1. Department of Physics, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
2. Dept. Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Accepted Oral
IUGG 1382 D Rosenfeld 1 Can We Afford Curbing Ship Tracks by Banning Bunker Fuel: An Unplanned Global Scale Experiment in Geoengineering D Rosenfeld 1
T Goren 1
1. The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem Accepted Oral
IUGG 5822 M Rothacher 1 The challenge in Earth observation: from the fast response to catastrophic events to the reliable detection of very small trends M Rothacher 1 1. ETH Zurich, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry Union Lecture
IUGG 837 S Roy 1 Geothermal Climate Change Observatory in South India: Results From the First Year of Operation V Akkiraju 1
S Roy 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute Accepted Poster
IUGG 6023 T Sagiya 1 Crustal Deformation Associated with the 2011 Off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake (M9.0) T Sagiya 1
T Ito 1
T Watanabe 1
K Ozawa 1
1. Nagoya University Accepted Poster
IUGG 5747 A Sakuraba 1 Numerical simulations of magnetostrophic dynamo A Sakuraba 1 1. School Of Science, University Of Tokyo Accepted Poster
IUGG 2146 M Sambridge 1 Benford's Law in the Earth Sciences and Beyond M Sambridge 1
H Tkalcic 1
A Jackson 2
1. Australian National University
2. ETH Zurich
Accepted Oral
IUGG 2136 M Sandiford 1 Dynamics of the Indo-Australian plate – perspectives from the inside M Sandiford 1 1. University Of Melbourne Accepted Oral
IUGG 6017 K Satake 1 The Great Off Tohoku Earthquake of 11 March 2011 K Satake 1 1. Earthquake Research Institute, University Of Tokyo Accepted Oral
IUGG 3539 T Sato 1 Historical Land Use Change And Its Impact On Regional Climate In North Japan T Sato 1
T Sasaki 1
1. Hokkaido University Accepted Poster
IUGG 1018 H Savenije 1 From where comes the precipitation? H Savenije 1 1. Delft University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IUGG 742 W Schellart 1 Control of subduction zone width and lateral slab edges on subduction dynamics and overriding plate deformation W Schellart 1
D.R Stegman 2
R.J Farrington 1
L Moresi 1
1. Monash University
2. University of California, San Diego
Accepted Oral
IUGG 2822 D Schertzer 1 Multifractal Cascades and the Emergence of Atmospheric Dynamics S Lovejoy 1
D Schertzer 2
1. McGill University
2. Université Paris Est
Accepted Oral
IUGG 3989 H Schmidt 1 Implications and Risks of Engineering Solar Radiation to Limit Climate Change – Results from Multi-Model Ensemble Simulations H Schmidt 1 1. Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Accepted Oral
IUGG 3472 J Schneider 1 Natural Hazard Risk Assessment in the Australasian Region: Informing Disaster Risk Reduction and Building Community Resilienc J Schneider 1
J Sexton
1. Geoscience Australia
2. Geoscience Australia
Accepted Oral
IUGG 4986 J Schweitzer 1 New hybrid broadband sensors for the NORSAR arrays M Roth 1
J Fyen 1
P.W. Larsen 1
J Schweitzer 1
1. Norsar Accepted Poster
IUGG 5991 S Self 1 Volcanism and Global Sustainability S Self 1 1. Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Union Lecture
IUGG 4182 F Seyler 1 The hydrological cycle: measurements and models F Seyler 1
S Calmant 1
P Hubert 2
1. Ird
2. IAHS
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5796 S Sherwood 1 Direct vs. indirect effects of tropospheric humidity changes on the hydrological cycle S Sherwood 1 1. Unsw Accepted Poster
IUGG 6057 C Shum 1 2011 Mw 9.0 Sendai-Oki Earthquake Coseismic Deformation and Tsunami Observed by Space Geodetic Sensors C Shum 1
C Ji 2
Z Lu 3
F Simon 4
L Wang 1
J Kim 1
C Dai 1
1. School Of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Usa
2. Department of Earth Science, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA
3. USGS, EROS Center & Cascades Volcano Observatory, Vancouver, WA, USA
4. Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5821 M Sideris 1 A combined conjugate gradient-wavelet approach for the inversion of the Poisson integral M Sideris 1
M.M Elhabiby 1
1. University Of Calgary Accepted Poster
IUGG 5407 C Simmons 1 Stained glass and climate change: How are they connected? C Simmons 1
L Mysak 1
1. Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, McGill University Accepted Poster
IUGG 3175 F Simons 1 Promoting, or Dealing with Sparsity in Geophysical Inverse Problems F Simons 1 1. Princeton University Accepted Oral
IUGG 3710 F Simons 1 Extracting the Low-resolution Part of a Signal from Data Given on a Region of the Sphere D Slobbe 1
F.J Simons 2
R. Klees 1
1. TU Delft
2. Princeton University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 4801 V Smorodin 1 Ozone, Weather, Climate, and Environmental Management V Smorodin 1
V Syvorotkin 2
1. WCEM/ Clarkson Center For Environment, Potsdam NY, USA
2. Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Accepted Poster
IUGG 2112 S Sorooshian 1 Satellite-based remote sensing estimation of precipitation for early warning systems: Strengths and Limitations S Sorooshian 1 1. University Of California, Irvine Accepted Oral
IUGG 2699 B Sreenivasan 1 The Heat Flux Map at the Inner Core Boundary B Sreenivasan 1 1. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur Accepted Oral
IUGG 882 M Sridharan 1 Mathematical modelling applicable to geomagnetism M Sridharan 1 1. Magnetic Observatory, Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IUGG 4892 S Starchenko 1 Variations of ancient geomagnetic intensity due to protocore dissolution by growing liquid core S Starchenko 1
Y Pushkarev 2
1. Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IZMIRAN)
2. Institute of Precambrian Geology and Geochronology
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3095 Y Starovoit 1 Validation and testing of IMS equipment to be installed at seismic and infrasound stations. Y Starovoit 1
P Grenard 1
G Haralabus 1
P Melichar 2
D Hart 3
1. CTBTO
2. ZAMG
3. SNL
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1182 D Storchak 1 The CTBTO Link to the ISC Database I Bondar 1
D Storchak
B Dando
J Harris
1. International Seismological Centre (ISC) Accepted Oral
IUGG 5107 G Strykowski 1 Methodological aspects of the geological stripping in the Faroe Islands area. G Strykowski 1 1. Technical University Of Denmark, DTU Space, National Space Institute Accepted Poster
IUGG 2017 Y Sun 1 Propagation of Long-term Annual Temperature Signals in Shallow Subsurface Environment Y Sun 1
J.Y Liu 1
C.H Wang 2
C.H Chen 2
D.L Chen 3
1. National Central University
2. Academia Sinica
3. Central Weather Bureau
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3935 H Svensmark 1 Evidence of Nearby Supernovae Affecting Life H Svensmark 1 1. National Space Institute, Technical University Of Denmark Accepted Oral
IUGG 2763 P Tackley 1 An Efficient Method for Large-Scale 3-D Spherical Simulations of Mantle Convection and Plate Tectonics on up to Thousands of Parallel Cores P Tackley 1 1. Department of Earth Sciences, ETH Zurich Accepted Oral
IUGG 6040 K Takeuchi 1 Chain Reactions Happened in Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami K Takeuchi 1 1. International Center for Water Hazard and Risk Management (ICHARM) under the auspices of UNESCO, Public Works Research Institute Accepted Oral
IUGG 2882 S Tanaka 1 Depth Variation of Inner Core Hemisphericity from PKP(DF) and PKP(Cdiff): P-Wave Velocity and Attenuation Structures for Equatorial Paths S Tanaka 1 1. IFREE, JAMSTEC Accepted Poster
IUGG 3213 R Tenzer 1 The integral-equation-based approaches for modelling the local gravity field in the remove-restore scheme R Tenzer 1
A Abdalla 1
1. National School of Surveying, University Of Otago Accepted Poster
IUGG 3216 R Tenzer 1 The average subsurface rock density in New Zealand estimated using the QMAP and PETLAB datasets R Tenzer 1
P Sirguey 1
M Rattenbury 2
1. National School of Surveying, University Of Otago
2. GNS Science
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3217 R Tenzer 1 The application of bathymetric stripping corrections in modeling the Earth's crust structure using the GOCE gravity data R Tenzer 1
P Novak 2
V Gladkikh 1
1. National School of Surveying, University Of Otago
2. Department of Mathematics, University of West Bohemia
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1702 V Tiwari 1 The Potential of Satellite Gravity and Gravity Gradiometry in Deciphering Structural Setting of the Himalayan Collision Zone V Tiwari 1
B Singh 1
K Arora 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute (Csir) Accepted Poster
IUGG 5136 H Tkalcic 1 The Inner Core of the Earth From a Seismological Perspective H Tkalcic 1 1. The Australian National University Accepted Oral
IUGG 2001 K Trenberth 1 The hydrological cycle: atmospheric moisture transports from ocean to land as seen in reanalyses K Trenberth 1 1. National Center For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IUGG 2056 T Trull 1 Enhancement of Oceanic CO2 uptake T Trull 1 1. Csiro-Utas Accepted Oral
IUGG 5621 D Tsoulis 1 Numerical Investigation of Dynamic Orbit Analysis Based on GRACE Accelerometry, K-Band and Precise Orbit Data D Tsoulis 1
T Papanikolaou 1
1. Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki Accepted Poster
IUGG 5286 T Van Ommen 1,2 The view from the past: Understanding global climate processes through records from ice cores T van Ommen 1,2 1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC
Accepted Oral
IUGG 4537 A Vanhoozer 1 Climatic Impacts of Greening Spaces: Sociological and Biophysical Scale Considerations for Municipal Site Developments A Vanhoozer 1
R Heinse
1. Environmental Science Department, University of Idaho
2. Plant, Soils and Entomological Sciences Department, University of Idaho
Accepted Poster
IUGG 5537 D Vaughan 1 The hidden history of ice sheets: the secret to predicting sea-level rise D Vaughan 1 1. British Antarctic Survey Union Lecture
IUGG 746 J Vaze 1 Can rainfall-runoff models calibrated against historical data reliably predict runoff responses to change in future climate inputs? J Vaze 1
D Post 1
F Chiew 1
J.M Perraud 1
J Teng 1
1. Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, CSIRO Land and Water Accepted Poster
IUGG 3492 V Volkov 1 Designing of storage system of aircraft data, received during flying experiments onboard the aircrafts laboratories. V Volkov 1
V Petrov 2
N Bazanin 3
A Nekrasov 4
1. Central Aerological Observatory
2. Central Aerological Observatory
3. Scientifically technical Center of System Modelling
4. Scientifically technical Center of System Modelling
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6045 X Wang 1 Error Analysis of Different GPS Global TEC Model and Study of TEC Response to Earthquakes X Wang 1
G Gao 1
N Xing 1
1. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 6053 L Wang 1 2010 Mw 8.8 Great Maule Earthquake Coseismic Slip Constrained by GRACE L Wang 1
C.K Shum 1
F Simons 2
A Tassara 3
C Ji 4
C Dai 1
K Erkan 1
C Jekeli 1
1. School Of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University,  Ohio, USA
2. Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, Ohio, USA
3. Departamento de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad de Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile
4. Department of Earth Science, University of California at Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3383 H Weifeng 1 The Perturbation Analysis of Nonlinear Ill-conditioned Solution W Hao 1
F Li 1
J Zhang 1
1. State Key Laboratory Of Information Engineering In Surveying, Mapping And Remote Accepted Poster
IUGG 1734 M Weigelt 1 GRACE gravity field solutions using the differential gravimetry approach M Weigelt 1
W Keller 1
1. Geodetic Institute Stuttgart Accepted Oral
IUGG 2720 K Whaler 1 The Afar, Ethiopia: geophysical and remote sensing studies of late-stage continental break-up K Whaler 1
S Hautot 2
M Desissa 3
N.E Johnson 1
S Fisseha 4
G.J.K Dawes 1
1. University Of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
2. IMAGIR, Plouzane, France
3. Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast, UK
4. Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5506 S Wijffels 1 The detection and anatomy of 50 years of ocean warming: observations and CMIP3 models S Wijffels 1
P Barker 1
L. Muir 1
1. CSIRO Marine And Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IUGG 5748 R Willemann 1 The Role of Independent Seismologists and Seismic Networks in Nuclear Test Monitoring R Willemann 1
D W Simpson 1
1. Iris Consortium Accepted Poster
IUGG 5276 R Woodcock 1 The Changing Nature of Knowledge Discovery and Assimilation in Geophysics and Beyond R Woodcock 1 1. CSIRO, Australia Accepted Oral
IUGG 3727 J Wookey 1 The Future of Geosciences: a View from the Base of the Mantle J Wookey 1 1. University Of Bristol Accepted Oral
IUGG 3728 J Wookey 1 Can seismic anisotropy be used to constrain flow patterns in the lowermost mantle? A Walker 1
A Nowacki 1
A Forte 2
J Wookey 1
J-M Kendall 1
1. University Of Bristol
2. GEOTOP - Université du Québec à Montréal
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3061 Z Wu 1 Experiences of the International CTBT Monitoring System with Implications for the Design and Implementation of Earthquake Prediction Experiment Site Z Wu 1
  Working Group On Decade Pl 2
1. Institute Of Geophysics, China Earthquake Administration
2. China Earthquake Administration
Accepted Poster
IUGG 491 D Xiao 1 Four-Dimensional Structures and Physical Process of the Decadal Abrupt Changes of the Northern Extratropical Ocean-Atmosphere System in 1980s D Xiao 1
J Li 2
P Zhao 3
1. Chinese Academy Of Meteorological Sciences
2. LASG,Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science
3. National Meteorological Information Centre
Accepted Poster
IUGG 580 D Xiao 1 Mechanism of stratospheric decadal abrupt cooling in the Early 1990s as influenced by the Pinatubo eruption D Xiao 1
J Li 2
1. Chinese Academy Of Meteorological Sciences
2. LASG,Institute of Atmospheric Physics,Chinese Academy of Science
Accepted Poster
IUGG 6059 K Yamazaki 1 Possible effects of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake on activity at Shinmoe-dake volcano, southwest Japan: Insights from strain data measured in vaults K Yamazaki 1
M Teraishi 1
S Komatsu 1
Y Sonoda 1
Y Kano 1
1. Kyoto University Accepted Poster
IUGG 1828 A Yenwong Fai 1 Analysis of Guided Elastic Waves At A Periodically Joined Interface of Two Half Spaces. A Yenwong Fai 1
R.J Durrheim 1
M.W Hildyard 3
1. University Of The Witwatersrand
2. University Of The Witwatersrand
3. University Of The Witwatersrand
Accepted Poster
IUGG 1512 E Yizengaw 1 Space weather and our technological systems E Yizengaw 1 1. Institute for Scientific Research, Boston College Accepted Oral
IUGG 985 M Young 1 On the Differential Rotation of the Earth's Inner Core From Testing the Nature of Differences in Repetitive Seismic Waveforms M Young 1
H Tkalcic 1
S Ngo 1
1. The Australian National University Accepted Poster
IUGG 3477 I Zaliapin 1 Hierarchical network approach to modeling complex geophysical systems I Zaliapin 1
E Foufoula-Georgiou 2
M Ghil 3,4
Y Kovchegov 5
1. University of Nevada
2. University of Minnesota
3. University of California
4. Ecole Normale Superieure
5. Oregon State University
Accepted Oral
IUGG 5572 L Zerbo 1 Application of Geophysical Industry Techniques to an On-Site Inspection L Zerbo 1
J Coyne 1
1. Ctbto Accepted Oral
IUGG 2707 S Zhang 1 Enhancive parameter correction with coupled data assimilation for climate estimation and prediction using a simple coupled model S Zhang 1
Z Liu 2
A Rosati 1
T Delworth 1
1. Gfdl/noaa, Princeton University
2. Wisconsin University at Madison
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3393 H Zhang 1 Hydrological Cycle Simulated by an Australian Land-surface Model H Zhang 1
Y Wang 2
Y Zhang 3
B Pak 2
1. Centre For Australian Weather And Climate Research
2. CSIRO  Marine and Atmospheric Research
3. CSIRO Land and Water
Accepted Poster
IUGG 3431 Q Zhang 1 Implementing a dynamic carbon-nitrogen scheme into the Common Land Model Q Zhang 1
Y. J Dai 2
D. Y Ji 2
M Chen 3
Y. P Wang 4
R. M Law 4
1. School of Geography, Beijing Normal University, CSIRO Marine And Atmospheric Research
2. State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, College of Global Change and Earth System Science, Beijing Normal University
3. Department of Soil, Water and Climate, University of Minnesota
4. CSIRO Marine And Atmospheric Research
Accepted Poster
IUGG 931 B Zhong 1,2 Earth's Gravity Field Recovery from GOCE High-low SST and SGG Data by the Spectral Combination Method B Zhong 1,2
Z Luo 1,2
J Li 1,2
J Ning 1,2
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Ministry of Education, Wuhan University
Accepted Poster
IUGG 730 L Zhou 1 Impact of East Asian Winter Monsoon on Rainfall over Southeastern China and its Dynamical Process L Zhou 1 1. Center For Monsoon System Research,Institute Of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IUGG 5384 S Zlatanova 1 Challenges in Data management during disasters S Zlatanova 1 1. Delft Univesity Of Technology Accepted Oral
IACS 1034 R Alagappan 1 Study of the factors controlling the discharge (melt waters) in selected small Himalayan glaciers in India R Alagappan 1
J P.G
P Sharma
L Anurag
F Azam
S Veranderbhadur
1. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi
2. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi
3. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi
4. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi
5. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi
6. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi
Accepted Oral
IACS 4211 V Alexeev 1 Tundra Burning in 2007: Did Sea Ice Retreat Matter? V Alexeev 1
M Tsukernik 2
1. International Arctic Research Center, Uaf
2. Monash University
Accepted Oral
IACS 4830 I Allison 1 Ocean-ice Interaction at the Amery Ice Shelf: an Overview. I Allison 1
M Craven 1, 2
H Fricker 3
B Galton-Fenzi 1
J Hunter 1
A Treverrow 1
R Warner 1, 2
1. 1 Antarctic Climate And Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
2. 2 Australian Antarctic Division, Department of Sustainability, Environment Water Population and Communities
3. 3 Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego
Accepted Oral
IACS 552 M Ananicheva 1 Russian Northern Far East: Assessment of mountain glaciers state and projection of their evolution M Ananicheva 1 1. Institute Of Geography Ras Accepted Oral
IACS 5856 B Anderson 1 Glacier Geometry and Hydrology Changes in the Southern Alps, New Zealand B Anderson 1
A Mackintosh 1
A Sood 2
J Hendrikx 2
E Hreinsson 2
M Clark 3
1. Victoria University Of Wellington
2. National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd.
3. National Center for Atmospheric Research
Accepted Oral
IACS 4545 J Appleby 1 Structural Glaciology of a Temperate Maritime Valley Glacier: Fox Glacier, New Zealand J Appleby 1
M Brook 1
I Fuller 1
K Holt 1
1. Massey University Accepted Poster
IACS 1499 G Babonis 1 High resolution, long term reconstruction of surface evolution in northwestern Greenland for investigating dynamic glacier behavior G Babonis 1
B Csatho 1
T Schenk 1
C van der Veen 2
1. State University Of New York At Buffalo
2. University of Kansas
Accepted Oral
IACS 1506 G Babonis 1 Multitemporal, multisensor fusion for monitoring ice sheet changes from altimetry and imagery B Csatho 1
T Schenk 1
S Nagarajan 1
G Babonis 1
1. State University Of New York At Buffalo Accepted Oral
IACS 5910 I Baker 1 ADVANCED MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF FIRN AND ICE I Baker 1 1. Dartmouth College Accepted Oral
IACS 3198 K Bormann 1 Comparison of Simulated Snow Cover from the Weather Research & Forecast (WRF) Regional Climate Model with Satellite-Based and In-situ Observations K Bormann 1
J Evans 1
M McCabe 2
1. Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW
2. School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW
Accepted Oral
IACS 4347 D Braaten 1 Validation of FM-CW Accumulation Radar Derived Snow Accumulation Rate With Firn Core Data D Braaten 1
P Gogineni 1
J Carse 1
C Laird 1
D Mailhot 1
H Barbour 1
A Hoch 1
1. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets Accepted Oral
IACS 5560 J Browse 1 Modelling the seasonal cycle of aerosol characteristics in the Arctic: The importance of wet deposition J Browse 1
K Carslaw 1
S Arnold 1
O Boucher 2
1. University Of Leeds
2. Met Office, UK
Accepted Oral
IACS 4837 L Burn-nunes 1, 2 The analysis of boron at trace levels:  Applications for ice core analysis L Burn-Nunes 1, 2
M McCulloch 2
J Trotter 2
R Loss 1
1. Department of Imaging and Applied Physics, Curtin University, GPO Box U 1987, Perth 6845, Western Australia, Australia
2. School of Earth and Environment, University of Western Australia, Crawley 6009, Western Australia, Australia
Accepted Oral
IACS 1419 I Bushueva 1 Reconstructions Of Mountain Glaciers (The Northern Caucasus) I Bushueva 1 1. Institute Of Geography Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IACS 707 J Cassano 1 Modeling Arctic Climate with a Regional Arctic Climate Model J Cassano 1
M Higgins 1
W Maslowski 2
W Gutowski 3
D Lettenmaier 4
1. University Of Colorado
2. Naval Postgraduate School
3. Iowa State University
4. University of Washington
Accepted Oral
IACS 962 A Casteller 1 Tree-ring reconstruction of snow avalanches in the Patagonian Andes and its relationship with atmospheric circulation patterns A Casteller 1
R Villalba 1
D Araneo 1
V Stöckli 2
1. Argentine Institute for Snow, Ice And Environmental Research
2. Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
Accepted Oral
IACS 4221 P Chernous 1 ,2 Snow Variability in Different Climatic Conditions and Snow Stability Assessment P Chernous 1 ,2
N Barashev 1, 2
Y Fedorenko 3
Y Seliverstov 4
1. Center For Avalanche Safety
2. Murmansk State Technical University
3. Polar Geophysical Institute, Russian Academy of Science
4. Moscow State University
Accepted Oral
IACS 5361 P Chernous 1,2 A Role of Loading Rate in Snow Avalanche Release P Chernous 1,2
N Barashev 1,2
Y Fedorenko 3
E Podolsky 4
O Abe 5
1. Center For Avalanche Safety, 'Apatit' JSC,
2. Murmansk State Technical University
3. Polar Geophysical Institute, Russian Academy of Science
4. Nagoya University
5. 5Shinjo Branch, Snow and Ice Research Centre, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
Accepted Poster
IACS 5464 P Chernous 1 Slushflows in the Khibiny Mountains. Description, Statistics, Diagnostics. P Chernous 1
O Tyapkina 1
1. Center For Avalanche Safety, 'Apatit' JSC, Accepted Poster
IACS 5921 D Collins 1 Climate variability and river flow from partly-glacierised Himalayan headwater basins of the Indus and Ganges D Collins 1
J Davenport 1
1. University Of Salford Accepted Oral
IACS 3231 J Conway 1 Turbulent heat fluxes over Brewster Glacier, New Zealand, using bulk aerodynamic and eddy correlation data J Conway 1
N.J Cullen 1
T Molg 2
S.J Fitzsimons 1
R Spronken-Smith 3
1. Department of Geography, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
2. Tropical Glaciology Group, Center for Climate and Cryosphere, University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
3. Higher Education Development Centre, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Accepted Oral
IACS 2395 N Cullen 1 Characterizing the Atmospheric Controls on Glacier Behaviour in the Southern Alps of New Zealand N Cullen 1
J Conway 1
B Anderson 2
A Mackintosh 2
T Moelg 3
S Fitzsimons 1
J Hendrikx 4
P Sirguey 5
1. Department of Geography, University Of Otago
2. Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington
3. Tropical Glaciology Group, Center for Climate and Cryosphere, University of Innsbruck
4. National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Christchurch, New Zealand
5. Department of Surveying, University of Otago
Accepted Poster
IACS 4639 M Curran 1,2 Understanding Sources of Sea Salts to Coastal Antarctica M Curran 1,2
T Vance 1,2
A Moy 1,2
I Goodwin 3
1. Australian Antarctic Division, Kingston
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC
3. Macquarie University
Accepted Oral
IACS 821 A Dimri 1 Western Himalayan Topography, Landuse and Wintertime Precipitation A Dimri 1 1. Hrdrospheric Atmospheric Research Center, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan Accepted Oral
IACS 2793 M Dinniman 1 What controls the time scale of circumpolar deep water intrusions onto Antarctic continental shelves? M Dinniman 1
P St-Laurent 1
J Klinck 1
1. Old Dominion University Accepted Oral
IACS 5338 C Duguay 1 Historical Response of Ice Cover on Great Bear Lake and Great Slave Lake, Canada, as Observed from SMMR-SSM/I Brightness Temperature Measurements C Duguay 1
K.K Kang 1
1. Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change, University of Waterloo Accepted Oral
IACS 3508 R Edwards 1,2 High-Resolution Ice-Core Records of Black Carbon from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and Law Dome, East Antarctica. R Edwards 1,2
J.R McConnell 2
M Bisiaux 2
T van Ommen 3,4
M Curran 3,4
A Smith 5
1. Curtin University
2. Desert Research Institute
3. Australian Antarctic Division
4. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC
5. Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization
Accepted Oral
IACS 2181 S Elliott 1 COSIM Involvement in Arctic Ice Biogeochemistry Simulations S Elliott 1
C Deal 2
E Hunke 1
N Jeffery 1
M Jin 2
M Maltrud 1
1. Los Alamos National Laboratory
2. International Arctic Research Center
Accepted Oral
IACS 2978 H Enomoto 1 Spatial Variation of snow accumulation along the Japanese-Swedish Antarctic Expedition over the East Antarctica H Enomoto 1
S Surdyk 1
S Sugiyama 2
S Fujita 1
P Holmulund 3
S Ingvander 3
1. National Institute of Polar Research
2. Hokkaido University
3. Stockholm University
Accepted Poster
IACS 2980 H Enomoto 2 Antarctic Warming Event Derived by Satellite Microwave Observation and AWS Data over East Antarctica N Alimasi 2
H Enomoto 1
S Takahashi 2
T Kameda 2
H Motoyama 1
1. National Institute of Polar Research
2. Kitami Institute of Technology
Accepted Poster
IACS 4201 B Erhartiè 1 Glaciers as an Icon of Climate Change: Experience from Slovenia B Erhartiè 1 1. Anton Melik Geographical Institute, Scientific Research Centre Of The Slovenian Academy Of Sciences And Arts Accepted Poster
IACS 2084 R Essery 1 A comparison of 6561 snow models using observations from an alpine site R Essery 1
S Morin 2
1. University of Edinburgh
2. Meteo-France
Accepted Oral
IACS 5457 D Etheridge 1 Observational constraints on climate-carbon feedbacks over the past 2000 years D Etheridge 1
M Rubino 1,2
R Matear 1
C Trudinger 1
C Allison 1
L.P Steele 1
T van Ommen 3
R Gregory 1
K Lassey 4
J Bendtsen 2
1. CSIRO Marine And Atmospheric Research
2. Centre for Ice and Climate, University of Copenhagen
3. ACE CRC and Australian Antarctic Division
4. National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd
Accepted Oral
IACS 1679 F Fernandoy 1 Potential of the Stable Water Isotope Composition of Precipitation and Firn Cores as a Proxy for Climate Reconstruction at the Northern Antarctic Peninsula Region. F Fernandoy 1
H Meyer 1
M Tonelli 2
1. Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
2. Oceanographic Institute, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Accepted Oral
IACS 4827 C Fierz 1 Parameterization of New Snow Density for Snow-Cover Models C Fierz 1
C Zwart 2
R.S.W van de Wal 2
M Lehning 1
1. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Davos, Switzerland
2. Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
Accepted Oral
IACS 6068 C Fierz  pSNOWPACK: A forecasting tool for avalanche warning services. S Bellaire
J.B Jamieson
C Frierz
1. Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Calgary
2. Dept. of Geoscience, University of Calgary
3. WSL Institute For Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
Accepted Poster
IACS 5830 F Flin 1 Some Numerical Tools to Study Snow Microstructure from 3D Images F Flin 1
A Hasan 1, 2
L Gillibert 1
A Dufour 1
B Chareyre 2
B Lesaffre 1
W Ludwig 3
J Meyssonnier 4
A Philip 4
S Rolland du Roscoat 2
1. CEN / CNRM - GAME / Meteo-France - CNRS
2. 3S-R Lab / Grenoble-INP - CNRS - UJF
3. ESRF  and  MATEIS UMR 5510
4. LGGE / CNRS - UJF
Accepted Oral
IACS 5829 F Flin 1 On the Relationships Between Key Physical Properties of Snow at the Microstructure Scale. F Flin 1
N Calonne 1
C Geindreau 2
S Rolland du Roscoat 2
B Lesaffre 1
C Carmagnola 1
F Domine 3
S Morin 1
1. CEN / CNRM - GAME / Meteo-France - CNRS
2. 3S-R Lab / Grenoble-INP - CNRS - UJF
3. LGGE / CNRS - UJF
Accepted Poster
IACS 3307 A Fraser 1 Anisotropy in microwave backscatter from snow/firn in Wilkes Land, East Antarctica A Fraser 1
N Young 1, 2
1. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
2. Australian Antarctic Division
Accepted Oral
IACS 5968 J Freitag 1 From Polar Snow to Ice: Observations of Pore Structure using large Scale X-ray Tomography J Freitag 1
S Kipfstuhl 1
1. Alfred Wegener Institute For Polar And Marine Research Accepted Oral
IACS 1028 K Fujita 1 Inhomogeneous wastage distribution of Himalayan glaciers K Fujita 1
T Nuimura 1
1. Graduate School Of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University Accepted Oral
IACS 464 S Gascoin 1,2 Distributed Modelling of Snow Cover in the Semi-Arid Andes of Chile S Gascoin 1,2
K Bortels 1
C Kinnard 1
S Lhermitte 1
1. Ceaza
2. CNRS, CESBIO
Accepted Oral
IACS 4339 P Gogineni 1 Radar Instrumentation for Operation Ice Bridge C Leuschen 1
F Rodriguez-Morales 1
J Paden 1
C Lewis 1
K Player 1
B Panzer 1
A Patel 1
D Gomez 1
F Crowe 1
P Gogineni 1
1. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets Accepted Oral
IACS 3118 K Goto-Azuma 1, 2 High Resolution Climate Record from the Dome Fuji Ice Core during Antarctic Isotope Maxima (AIM) 3 and 4 K Goto-Azuma 1, 2
T Tatenuma 2
T Miyake 1
M Hirabayashi 1
T Kuramoto 1
H Motoyama 1, 2
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. The Graduate University for Advanced Studies
Accepted Oral
IACS 2268 R Greve 1 Implementation of ice shelf dynamics in the ice sheet model SICOPOLIS R Greve 1
T Sato 1
1. Hokkaido University Accepted Oral
IACS 5771 C Haas 1 Stick your nose into the snow - Validation of satellite sea ice observations C Haas 1 1. University Of Alberta Accepted Oral
IACS 4651 P Heil 1,2 Investigation of  Antarctic sea-ice motion using ASAR imagery P Heil 1,2
R Massom 1,2
G Hyland 1,2
A Giles 2
1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystem CRC
Accepted Oral
IACS 1450 N Helbig 1 Investigation of shortwave radiation redistribution over complex topography N Helbig 1
H Loewe 2
E Adams 1
1. Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, US
2. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Davos, Switzerland
Accepted Oral
IACS 1848 J Hendrikx 1 Earthquake-induced avalanching in Canterbury, New Zealand J Hendrikx 1
A Hobman 2
K Birkeland 3
1. Montana State University, Department of Earth Sciences
2. New Zealand Mountain Safety Council
3. U.S. Forest Service National Avalanche Center
Accepted Oral
IACS 3153 S Hendricks 1 Validation of CryoSat-2 Sea Ice Freeboard Retrievals in the Arctic by Ground, Helicopter and Aircraft Surveys S Hendricks 1
L Stenseng 2
V Helm 1
C Haas 3
1. Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
2. DTU-Space, Technical University of Denmark
3. Earth and Atmosphere Sciences, University of Alberta
Accepted Oral
IACS 3246 L Herraiz-Borreguero 1 Seasonal cycle of ocean interaction with the amery ice shelf L Herraiz-Borreguero 1
B Galton-Fenzi 1
J Hunter 1
I Allison 1
1. Antarctic Climate And Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre Accepted Oral
IACS 5874 W Hibler 1 Pre-industrial multiple equilibrium sea-ice states due to Ice Mechanics W Hibler 1
S. Vavrus 2
1. University Of Alaska Fairbanks
2. University of Wisconsin, Madison
Accepted Oral
IACS 5933 W Hibler 1 Simulated and Observed Tidal/Inertial Sea Ice Stress Variations During IPY W Hibler 1 1. University Of Alaska Fairbanks Accepted Oral
IACS 4902 N Hirasawa 1 The characterization of precipitation and clouds at Dome Fuji station, the Antarctic interior, based on the ceilometer observation N Hirasawa 1
K Fujita 2
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. Nagoya University
Accepted Oral
IACS 4335 A Hoch 1 Tomographic Interpretation of Basal Rock Formations benieth Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica A Hoch 1
L Smith 1
J Paden 1
S. P Gogineni 1
1. Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets Accepted Poster
IACS 1131 Y Hoshina 1 Snow accumulation rate and water stable isotope changes of near surface-snow at the inland Antarctica Y Hoshina 1
K Fujita 1
F Nakazawa 2
Y Iizuka 3
T Miyake 2
M Hirabayashi 2
T Kuramoto 2
H Motoyama 2
S Fujita 2
1. Nagoya University
2. National Institute of Polar Research
3. Institute of Low temperature Science, Hokkaido University
Accepted Oral
IACS 5104 B Hubbard 1 Borehole-based optical televiewer imaging of ice facies within and around an Antarctic ice shelf rift B Hubbard 1
J-L Tison 2
F Pattyn 2
K Matsuoka 3
1. Aberystwyth University
2. DSTE, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
3. Norwegian Polar Institute
Accepted Oral
IACS 5105 B Hubbard 1 Optical televiewer imaging of the uppermost 650 m of the NEEM deep borehole B Hubbard 1
  NEEM Science Team 2
1. Aberystwyth University
2. University of Copenhagen
Accepted Oral
IACS 5109 B Hubbard 1 A physically-calibrated model of the response of Tsanfleuron Glacier, Switzerland, to anticipated climate change B Hubbard 1
D Chandler 2
1. Aberystwyth University
2. University of Bristol
Accepted Oral
IACS 3463 J Hunter 1 Modelling the interaction between Antarctica and the Southern Ocean B Galton-Fenzi 1
J Hunter 1
1. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre Accepted Oral
IACS 1956 M Ingham 1 The temporal evolution of sea ice microstructure M Ingham 1
K Jones 1
1. Victoria University of Wellington Accepted Oral
IACS 2923 D Ji 1 A study of mountain glacier mass balance with CLM4 D Ji 1
Y Dai 1
1. State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, College of Global Change and Earth System Science, Beijing Normal University Accepted Poster
IACS 2123 Y Kawaguchi 1 Numerical study of winter water formation in the Chukchi Sea in the Arctic Ocean Y Kawaguchi 1
T Tamura 2
S Nishino 1
T Kikuchi 1
M Itoh 1
H Mitsudera 3
1. Jamstec
2. Univ. Tasmania
3. Hokkaido Univ.
Accepted Oral
IACS 2571 T Kerr 1 Observed Temperature Sensitivity On Mountain Lee Precipitation T Kerr 1
R Henderson 1
A Sood 1
1. National Institute Of Water And Atmospheric Research Ltd. Accepted Oral
IACS 4440 A Khazendar 1 Larsen C Ice Shelf Acceleration, Surface Elevation Change, Rheology and Ice-Ocean Interaction A Khazendar 1
M.P Schodlok 1,3
E Larour 1
E Rignot 1,2
1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
2. Earth System Science, University of California
3. JIFRESSE, UCLA
Accepted Oral
IACS 3173 T Khromova 1 Assessment of Glaciers Changes in Mountain Regions of Former Soviet Union using Recent Satellite Data and Historical Data Sets. T Khromova 1
G Nosenko 1
1. Institute Of Geography Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IACS 2417 M King 1 Tidal modulation of flow of Larsen C and Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelves, Antarctica M King 1
K Makinson 2
H Gudmundsson 2
1. Newcastle University
2. British Antarctic Survey
Accepted Oral
IACS 5733 T Kleiner 1 Modeling the flow of ice on different levels of approximation by using a nesting approach T Kleiner 1
A Humbert 1
1. University of Hamburg, University of Hamburg, Institute of Geophysics, KlimaCampus, Hamburg, Germany Accepted Poster
IACS 5745 T Kleiner 1,2 Ice rises under rising sea level M Rueckamp 1,2
T Kleiner 2
A Humbert 2
M.A Lange 1,3
1. University of Muenster,  Institute of Geophysics, Muenster, Germany
2. University of Hamburg, Institute of Geophysics, KlimaCampus, Hamburg, Germany
3. Environment and Water Research Center, The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus
Accepted Poster
IACS 300 K Konya 1 Mass balance of Potanin glacier, Mongolian Altai K Konya 1
T kadota 1
F Nakazawa 2
G Davaa 3
K Purevdagva 3
1. Jamstec
2. NIPR
3. IMH
Accepted Poster
IACS 2079 S Kotlarski 1 The Snow Albedo Feedback and Elevation Gradients of European Climate Change S Kotlarski 1
D Luthi 1
C Schar 1
1. Institute For Atmospheric And Climate Science, Eth Zurich Accepted Oral
IACS 3595 T Krumpen 1 Quantifying Sea Ice Formation Rates In The Laptev Sea By Means Of ENVISAT SAR Scenes And Airborne Ice Thickness Measurements T Krumpen 1
J Hoelemann 1
L Rabenstein 2
1. Alfred Wegener Institute
2. ETH
Accepted Oral
IACS 3593 T Krumpen 1 Investigation Of Sea Ice Formation On Arctic Shelves By Means Of Helicopter-Borne Ice Thickness Measurements And Different Satellites T Krumpen 1
S Hendricks 1
S Willmes 2
L Kaleschke 3
1. Alfred Wegener Institute
2. University of Trier
3. University of Hamburg, Germany
Accepted Poster
IACS 3268 K Kuchiki 1 Retrieval of Snow Surface Roughness from MODIS: Case Study for Sastrugi over the South Pole K Kuchiki 1
T Aoki 1
M Niwano 1
H Motoyoshi 2
H Iwabuchi 3
1. Meteorological Research Institute
2. National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Snow and Ice Research Center
3. Center for Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
Accepted Poster
IACS 2580 P Langhorne 1 The contribution of ice shelf-ocean interaction to Antarctic landfast sea ice P Langhorne 1
A.J Gough 1
T.G Haskell 2
G.H Leonard 1
A.R Mahoney 1
C.R Purdie 1
N Robinson 3,1
I.J Smith 1
C Stevens 3
M.J.M Williams 3
1. University Of Otago
2. Industrial Research Ltd
3. NIWA
Accepted Oral
IACS 2585 P Langhorne 1 Remote detection of the loose platelet layer at the base of a sea ice cover by electromagnetic induction measurements P Langhorne 1
C Haas 2
W Rack 3
A.J Gough 1
W Clavano 3
T.G Haskell 4
S Jendersie 1,5
S Goodhue 1
1. University Of Otago
2. University of Alberta
3. University of Canterbury
4. Industrial Research Ltd
5. NIWA
Accepted Oral
IACS 4144 B Legresy 1,2 Dynamics and calving of the Mertz Glacier and its ice tongue, East Antarctica. B Legresy 1,2
L Lescarmontier 1,2
N Young 2,3
R Coleman, B. Galton-Fenzi 2
C Mayet, L. Testut 1
E Cougnon 2
J Greenbaum, D. Young, D. Blankenship 4
R Massom 2,3
B Giles 2
R Warner 2,3
1. LEGOS, (CNRS-CNES-UPS-IRD), Toulouse,
2. ACE CRC, Hobart, Tasmania,
3. Australian Antarctic Division, Kingston, Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
4. UTIG, Austin, Texas, USA
Accepted Oral
IACS 3752 M Lehning 1 The Effect of Drifting Snow Sublimation in Mountains C Groot-Zwaaftink 1
R Mott 1
H Lowe 1
N Dawes 1
M Lehning 1
1. SLF Davos Accepted Poster
IACS 2877 S Lewis 1 Modelling insights into deuterium excess in water vapour as an indicator of oceanic source conditions S Lewis 1
A LeGrande 2
G Schmidt 2
M Kelley 2
1. Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
2. NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Centre for Climate Systems Research, Columbia University
Accepted Poster
IACS 4818 J Li 1 Range sidelobe and ice surface clutter reduction of Multi-Channel Ice Depth Sounder J Li 1
P Gogineni
C Leuschen
F Rodriguez-Morales
J Paden
A Hoch
L Smith
1. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
2. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
3. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
4. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
5. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
6. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
7. The Center For Remote Sensing Of Ice Sheets
Accepted Oral
IACS 828 Q Li 1 A simplified and general soil-snow model for cold region study Q Li 1
S.F Sun 1
1. Center For Monsoon System Research, Institute Of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IACS 2355 J Lieser 1 Aerial Imaging of Sea Ice with LiDAR and Photos J Lieser 1 1. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Crc Accepted Poster
IACS 4284 H Löwe 1 Stochastic growth model for snow accumulation in complex terrain H Lowe 1
T Wust 2
L Egli 1
1. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
2. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL
Accepted Oral
IACS 5048 H Löwe 1 Temperature gradient metamorphism of snow as a migration problem of coalescing pores? H Löwe 1
M Schneebeli 1
1. WSL Institute For Snow and Avalanche Research SLF Accepted Oral
IACS 3264 A Mackintosh 1 Advancing New Zealand Glaciers in a Warming World A Mackintosh 1
B Anderson 1
1. Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University Of Wellington Accepted Oral
IACS 4062 C Manes 1 Turbulent properties of atmospheric flows over snow-covered surfaces: an overview of wind tunnel and field studies C Manes 1
M Guala 2
A Clifton 3
K Leonard 3
C Gromke 3
M Lehning 3
1. Politecnico Di Torino
2. St Anthony Falls Lab.
3. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
Accepted Oral
IACS 1538 O Marsh 1 Mass balance in the grounding zone of the Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica, based on satellite and ground based remote sensing measurements O Marsh 1
W Rack 1
N.R Golledge 2
1. Gateway Antarctica, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch, New Zealand
2. Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, PO Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand
Accepted Poster
IACS 2842 W Maslowski 1 Regional Arctic Climate Model (RACM): An overview and selected ice-ocean results W Maslowski 1
J Jakacki 2
R Osinski 2
A Roberts 1
J Cassano 3
W Gutowski 4
M Higgins 3
D Lettenmaier 5
1. Naval Postgraduate School
2. Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences
3. University of Colorado, Boulder
4. Iowa State University
5. University of Washington
Accepted Oral
IACS 4707 R Massom 1,2 The Effect of External Factors on the Floating Mertz Glacier Tongue (East Antarctica) Prior to Its Calving R Massom 1,2
A Giles 2
R Warner 1,2
B Legresy 3
H Fricker 4
L Lescarmontier 2,3
G Hyland 1,2
N Young 1,2
1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC
3. CNRS LEGOS
4. Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Accepted Oral
IACS 3984 H Matthes 1 Modeling the coupled Arctic regional climate system K Dethloff 1
H Matthes 1
A Rinke 1
W Dorn 1
D Klaus 1
M Lauter 2
D Handorf 1
1. Alfred Wegener Institute For Polar And Marine Research
2. Zuse Institute Berlin
Accepted Oral
IACS 1657 A Mercer 1 A multi-method approach to the long term volume change study of Storglaciären A Mercer 1
P Jansson 1
1. Stockholm University Accepted Poster
IACS 1658 A Mercer 1 The Practical Implications of Errors in Remote Sensing of Area Change of Small Glaciers A Mercer 1 1. Stockholm University Accepted Poster
IACS 1165 J Ming 1,2 Black Carbon in Snow/Ice of Western China and Its Radiative Forcing J Ming 1,2
C Xiao 1
Z Du 3,4
M Flanner 5
1. State Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Sciences, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2. China National Climate Center
3. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
4. Key Laboratory of Global Change and Marine-Atmospheric Chemistry, Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration
5. Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, University of Michigan
Accepted Oral
IACS 1146 T Moelg 1 The Potential Drivers Of Glaciers And Ice Caps: A Multi-Scale Problem T Moelg 1
G Kaser 1
1. University Of Innsbruck Accepted Oral
IACS 3542 S Morin 1 Evolution of the snow surface at Dome C, Antarctica, observed by ground-based near-infrared photography and passive microwave satellite N Champollion 1
G. Picard 1
L. Arnaud 1
E. Lefebvre 1
M. Fily 1
S. Morin 2
1. CNRS-Universite Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1, LGGE, Grenoble, France
2. Meteo-France/CNRS, CNRM-GAME, CEN, Grenoble, France
Accepted Poster
IACS 3543 S Morin 1 Reconstructing snow accumulation time series at a high Alpine site from a blending of observations and modelling. I Clemenzi 1
S. Morin 2
F. Pellicciotti 1
M. Carenzo 1
Y. Lejeune 2
J.-M. Willemet 2
1. Institute of Environmental Engineering, ETH Zurich
2. Meteo-France/CNRS, CNRM-GAME, CEN, Grenoble, France
Accepted Poster
IACS 5250 A Moy 1, 2 Holocene climate history for coastal East Antarctic: The isotopic record from the Law Dome deep ice core A Moy 1, 2
T van Ommen 1, 2
V Morgan 1, 2
C Plummer 2, 3
M Curran 1, 2
1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
3. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Science
Accepted Oral
IACS 3296 D Murphy 1 Numerical Simulations of an Aircraft Mounted FMCW Snow Cover Radar D Murphy 1
N Galin 2
J Lieser 3
A Worby 1
1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. University College London
3. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
Accepted Poster
IACS 5157 D Newlands 1,2 A high resolution deuterium excess and isotopic record around 1kyr BP from Law Dome, East Antarctica. D Newlands 1,2
T van Ommen 2,3
A Moy 2,3
M Curran 2,3
C Plummer 1,2
1. Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Uni. of Tasmania, Private Bag 129, Hobart. 7001. Tasmania
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre, Private Bag 80, Hobart. 7001. Tasmania.
3. Australian Antarctic Division, Channel Highway, Kingston. 7050. Tasmania
Accepted Oral
IACS 6069 A Nolin 1 Remote Sensing of Snow and Glaciers: Our State-of-the-Art and a Vision for the Future A Nolin 1 1. Oregon State University Accepted Oral
IACS 5451 A Nolin 1 Mapping surface roughness of snow and ice from the Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) A Nolin 1
E Mar 1
1. Oregon State University Accepted Poster
IACS 4056 H Oerter 1 Stable isotope records for the past 1000 years from five ice cores in Central Dronning Maud Land H Oerter 1
S Kipfstuhl 1
F Wilhelms 1
1. Awi Accepted Oral
IACS 2563 S Park 1 Seasonal polarimetric radar response of Eastern Siberia S Park 1
Y Yamaguchi 1
G Singh 1
1. Niigata University Accepted Poster
IACS 3813 M Parlange 1 Snow melt and atmospheric processes in mountain environments M Parlange 1
S Simoni 1
R Mutzner 1
D Nadeau 1
M Diebold 1
C Higgins 1
H Huwald 1
M Calaf 1
M Daniels 1
E Pardyjak 2
1. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
2. University of Utah
Accepted Oral
IACS 3831 M Parlange 1 Sub-surface heat flux in snow from fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing R Mutzner 1
H Huwald 1
S Williams 1
A.W Nolin 2
M.B Parlange 1
1. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (Epfl)
2. Oregon State University
Accepted Poster
IACS 4000 M Parlange 1 Determining thermal diffusivity of snow from highly resolved temperature measurements H Oldroyd 1
H Huwald 1
C.W Higgins 1
M.B Parlange 1
1. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (Epfl) Accepted Poster
IACS 5635 M Parlange 1 Atmospheric turbulence effects on air movement in snow and associated heat and moisture transport H Huwald 1
C.W Higgins 1
H.J Oldroyd 1
A.W Nolin 2
M.B Parlange 1
1. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (Epfl)
2. Oregon State University
Accepted Poster
IACS 3594 C Plummer 1,2 A 2000 Year Volcanic Record from Law Dome, East Antarctica C Plummer 1,2
M Curran 2,3
T van Ommen 2,3
T Vance 2,3
S.O Rasmussen 4
P Mayewski 5
1. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Science, University Of Tasmania
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystem Cooperative Research Centre
3. Australian Antarctic Division
4. Centre for Ice and Climate, University of Copenhagen
5. Climate Change Institute, University of Maine
Accepted Oral
IACS 4018 L Rabenstein 1 The Liquid Water Content in Sea Ice Pressure Ridges determined by Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance L Rabenstein 1
J Lehmann-Horn 1
A Nuber 1
M Hertrich 1
S Hendricks 2
H Eicken 3
1. ETH
2. AWI Bremerhaven
3. University of Alaska Fairbanks
Accepted Poster
IACS 4570 W Rack 1 UAV Borne Surface Roughness Characterisation Using GPS Kinematic Time Differencing and a Laser Distance Meter over Antarctica J Pinchin 1
W Rack 1
1. University of Canterbury
2. University of Canterbury
Accepted Poster
IACS 5159 W Rack 1 The Relation Between Freeboard Height and Ice Thickness at the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica, Measured by Near Surface Remote Sensing Methods and Satellite Altimetry W Rack 1
C Haas 2
1. University of Canterbury
2. University of Alberta
Accepted Poster
IACS 5162 W Rack 1,2 Compaction and Accumulation of Antarctic Snow Measured By Ground Penetrating Radar N Kruetzmann 1,2
W Rack 2
A McDonald 1
S George 3
1. University of Canterbury, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
2. University of Canterbury, Gateway Antarctica
3. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre, University of Tasmania
Accepted Poster
IACS 5543 W Rack 1 Characteristics of the Darwin-Hatherton Glacial System Grounding Zone, Antarctica M Riger-Kusk 1
W Rack 1
W Lawson 1
B Anderson 2
1. University Of Canterbury
2. Victoria University of Wellington
Accepted Poster
IACS 1223 V Radic 1 Future glacier changes in western Canada: inter-comparison of modelling approaches V Radic 1
F Anslow 1
A Jarosch 1,2
G Clarke 1
1. Earth And Ocean Sciences Department, University Of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
2. Centre for Climate and Cryosphere Department, Geography University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
Accepted Oral
IACS 1348 T Redpath 1 Exploring The Dynamic Behaviour Of The Surface Flow Of Tasman Glacier T Redpath 1
S Fitzsimons 1
P Sirguey 2
A Kääb 3
1. Department Of Geography, University Of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
2. School of Surveying, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
3. Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
Accepted Oral
IACS 4174 D Reusch 1 New Histories of Antarctic Sea Ice from West Antarctic Ice Cores D Reusch 1 1. New Mexico Institute Of Mining And Technology Accepted Oral
IACS 5818 S Rintoul 1,2,3 Oceanographic Consequences of the Calving of the Mertz Glacier Tongue S Rintoul 1,2,3
L Herraiz-Borreguero 2
S Sokolov 1,2,3
B Pena-Molino 2
E van Wijk 1,3
1. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
3. Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship
Accepted Oral
IACS 3326 R Robertson 1 Tidal Effects on Ice Shelves in the Amundsen Sea R Robertson 1 1. Univ. of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy, Accepted Oral
IACS 4458 A Roberts 1 Tidal coupling in a regional arctic ice-ocean model A Roberts 1
W Hibler III 2
J Hutchings 3
1. Department of Oceanography, Naval Postgraduate School
2. Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska Fairbanks
3. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Accepted Oral
IACS 3224 C Robertson 1 Subaqueous Terminus Morphology Of Lake-Calving Glaciers: Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand C Robertson 1
M Brook 1
I Fuller 1
K Holt 1
1. Massey University Accepted Poster
IACS 1059 G Roe 1 What do glaciers tell us about climate variability and climate change? G Roe 1 1. University Of Washington Accepted Oral
IACS 4726 P Romanov 1,2 Satellite-based monitoring of snow cover in the Southern Hemisphere at NOAA/NESDIS P Romanov 1,2 1. City College Of New York
2. Office of satellite Applications and Research, NOAA/NESDIS
Accepted Poster
IACS 1076 A Sakai 1 Formation conditions of supraglacial lakes on debris-covered glaciers in the Himalayas A Sakai 1
T Tadono 2
K Fujita 1
T Nuimura 1
1. Nagoya University
2. Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Accepted Oral
IACS 976 K Sinclair 1 A 50-Year High-Resolution Record of Temperature and Atmospheric Circulation from a Coastal Antarctic Ice Core K Sinclair 1
N Bertler 1,2
J Bull 2
1. N.Z. Ice Core Programme, GNS Science
2. Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University
Accepted Oral
IACS 994 R Singh 1 Increasing Aerosol Loading in the Atmosphere and Its Impact on Snow and Glaciers R Singh 1 1. Chapman University
2. School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Accepted Oral
IACS 3150 A Sinisalo 1 Vertical and Horizontal Structure of Fimbul Ice Shelf Revealed by a Ground Based FMCW Radar A Sinisalo 1
A Humbert 2
K Langley 3
H Anschütz 3
E Isaksson 3
S-E Hamran 1, 4
J-O Hagen 1
J Kohler 3
G Melland 3
O A Nost 3
1. Oslo University, Dept. Of Geosciences
2. Institute of Geophysics, KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg
3. Norwegian Polar Institute
4. Norwegian Defence Research Establishment
Accepted Poster
IACS 2852 A Slater 1 Uncertainty in Snow Water Equivalent Reconstructions A Slater 1
M.P Clark 2
A.P Barrett 1
1. NSIDC/CIRES, University Of Colorado
2. National Center for Atmospheric Research
Accepted Oral
IACS 5047 L Smedsrud 1 Melting of the Fimbul Ice Shelf - a Difficult case for Ice-Ocean Models due to High Resolution Mixing Processes on the Continental Shelf O Nøst 1
L.H Smedsrud 2
T Hatterman 1
E Isaksson 1
J Kohler 1
H Anschuetz 1
A Sinisalo 3
1. Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway
2. Uni - Bjerknes Centre For Climate Research
3. University of Oslo, Norway
Accepted Oral
IACS 4057 B Smith 1 Modelling land-atmosphere feedbacks over the Arctic with a coupled climate-ecosystem model B Smith 1
P Miller 1
P Samuelsson 2
A Wramneby 1
1. Lund University
2. Rossby Centre, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Accepted Oral
IACS 4322 L Sorensen 1 Local changes of the Greenland Ice Sheet from altimetry L Soerensen 1
K Nielsen 1
R Forsberg 1
G Spada 2
S Simonsen 3
1. Dtu Space, National Space Institute
2. Urbino University ''Carlo Bo''
3. Centre for ice and climate, NBI, Uni. of Copenhagen
Accepted Oral
IACS 5790 G Spreitzhofer 1 MetGIS High Resolution Snow Forecasts for the Southern Hemisphere: Recent Upgrades and Performance Checks G Spreitzhofer 1
S Sperka 1
1. University Of Vienna, Institute Of Meteorology And Geophysics Accepted Oral
IACS 3918 R Staroszczyk 1 Micro-mechanical Modelling of Dynamic Recrystallization in Polar Ice: Theory and Numerical Predictions R Staroszczyk 1 1. Polish Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IACS 482 A Steer 1 Optimising airborne LiDAR surveys in the Antarctic pack ice zone A Steer 1
C Watson 1
J Lieser 2
A Lucieer 1
1. School Of Geography And Environmental Studies, University Of Tasmania
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
Accepted Oral
IACS 2208 C Stevens 1 Flow, Stratification and Mixing Next to the Erebus Glacier Tongue: An Overview of Preliminary Results C Stevens 1
T Stanton 2
M McPhee 3
A Forrest 4
A Hamilton 5
M Doble 6
T Haskell 7
1. Nz Natl Inst Water & Atmospheric Research, NZ
2. Naval Postgrad School Monterey, USA
3. McPhee Research, WA USA
4. UC Davis, USA
5. UBC, Canada
6. SPRI, Cambridge
7. IRL NZ
Accepted Oral
IACS 2211 J Stroeve 1 DEVELOPMENT OF A MODIS SEA ICE ALBEDO PRODUCT J Stroeve 1
M Brodzik
1. NSIDC Accepted Oral
IACS 844 I Sudakov 1 New mathematical approach to permafrost methane emission modelling I Sudakov 1
S Vakulenko 2
1. St. Petersburg State University
2. St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design
Accepted Poster
IACS 4841 K Sugiura 1,2 Field observations of short- and long-wave radiation in blowing snow K Sugiura 1,2
T Aoki 3
Y Kodama 4
H Motoyoshi 5
T Ishimaru 6
1. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
2. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks
3. Meteorological Research Institute
4. Hokkaido University
5. National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
6. Niigata Electric
Accepted Poster
IACS 4590 L Sushama 1 Sensitivity of the Canadian RCM simulated surface/sub-surface climate in the high-latitudes to soil model configuration L Sushama 1
K Winger 1
1. University Of Quebec at Montreal Accepted Oral
IACS 4555 T Tamura 1 Long-term freshening of Adelie Depression Dense Shelf Water G Williams 1
T Tamura 1
K Kusahara 2
B Galton-Fenzi 1
B Legresy 3
1. ACECRC
2. CCSR
3. LEGOS
Accepted Poster
IACS 3980 M Teich 1, 2 Snow avalanches in forested terrain M Teich 1, 2
P Bartelt 1
A Gret-Regamey 2
P Bebi 1
1. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
2. Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems PLUS, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH
Accepted Oral
IACS 5029 A Treverrow 1 Experimental observations of anisotropic polycrystalline ice flow A Treverrow 1
W.F Budd 2
J Jacka 1
R.C Warner 1,3
1. Antarctic Climate And Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
2. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies
3. Australian Antarctic Division
Accepted Oral
IACS 4686 C Trudinger 1 Multi-tracer Calibration of Firn Air Processes at NEEM, Northern Greenland C Trudinger 1
C Buizert 2
P Martinerie 3
V Petrenko 4
J Severinghaus 5
E Wittrant 6
D Etheridge 1
M Rubino 1
T Blunier 2
A Smith 7
1. CSIRO Marine And Atmospheric Research, Aspendale,
2. Centre for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
3. Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Geophysique de l'Environnement, CNRS, Universite Joseph Fourier-Grenoble, France
4. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
5. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA
6. Grenoble Image Parole Signal Automatique (GIPSA-lab), Universite Joseph Fourier-Grenoble, France
7. Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights, Australia
Accepted Oral
IACS 2427 Z Ulanowski 1 Studying Ice Crystals - Alternatives To In Situ Imaging Z Ulanowski 1 1. University Of Hertfordshire Accepted Oral
IACS 1451 A Van Herwijnen 1,2 Monitoring glide avalanches using time-lapse photography A van Herwijnen 1,2
R Simenhois 2
1. Montana State University, Bozeman, USA
2. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Davos, Switzerland
3. Coeur Alaska, Juneau, USA
Accepted Oral
IACS 4373 A Van Herwijnen 1 Experiments on the formation and structure of depth hoar A Van Herwijnen 1
E Adams 1
P Staron 1
1. Montana State University Accepted Oral
IACS 764 T Vance 1 A high resolution SOI proxy from the Law Dome ice core T Vance 1
T van Ommen 2
M Curran 2
C Plummer 3
1. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC, Hobart, Australia
2. Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart, Australia
3. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart, Australia
Accepted Oral
IACS 1648 V Vionnet 1 Simulations of snow-drift events in alpine terrain using a high-resolution fully coupled snow-atmosphere model V Vionnet 1
E Martin 1
V Masson 1
E Brun 1
Y Durand 2
G Guyomarc'h 2
C Lac 1
1. CNRM-GAME, Meteo-France And CNRS
2. CNRM-GAME, Meteo-France And CNRS
Accepted Oral
IACS 1649 V Vionnet 1 Crocus-SURFEX: A new simulation platform dedicated to study snow-cover processes V Vionnet 1
E Brun 1
S Morin 2
A Boone 1
S Faroux 1
P Le Moigne 1
E Martin 1
J.-M. Willemet 2
1. CNRM-GAME, Meteo-France And CNRS
2. CNRM-GAME, Meteo-France And CNRS
Accepted Poster
IACS 161 J Wang 1 Implementation of an unstructured-grid Great Lakes Ice-circulation Model (GLIM) for Great Lakes Earth System Model (GLESM) J Wang 1
X Bai 2
H Hu 2
1. Noaa Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
2. University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Accepted Oral
IACS 1368 N Wang 1 Study on the Factors Influencing the Steady-state Length of a Mountain Glacier N Wang 1
K Duan 1
1. Cold And Arid Regions Environmental And Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IACS 4090 I Weikusat 1 Morphology and crystallography of Ice grains in Antarctic deep drilling samples (EDML): Cryogenic EBSD, X-ray Laue diffraction and optical microscopy I Weikusat 1
A Miyamoto 2
GM Pennock 3
S Kipfstuhl 1
SH Faria 4
N Azuma 5
MR Drury 3
1. Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven
2. ILTS, Sapporo
3. Utrecht University, Utrecht
4. University of Gottingen, Gotttingen
5. Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka
Accepted Poster
IACS 4189 J White 1 The structure of large and abrupt climate changes as inferred from the GISP2, NGRIP, and NEEM ice cores J White 1
T Popp 2
A Svensson 2
V Gkinis 2
S Johnsen 2
S Rasmussen 2
1. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University Of Colorado,
2. Centre for Ice and Climate Niels Bohr Institute University of Copenhagen
Accepted Oral
IACS 4977 M Winstrup 1 An Automated Method for Stratigraphic Dating of Ice Cores M Winstrup 1
A Svensson 1
O Winther 2
1. Centre for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
2. Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, Technical University of Denmark
Accepted Oral
IACS 5561 A Worby 1, 2 Regional Variations in Sea Ice and Snow Thickness in the Antarctic Pack Ice, and the Implications for Sea Ice Thickness Products Derived from Satellite Laser Altimetry A Worby 1, 2
J Lieser 2
S Ackley 3
H Xie 3
1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
3. University of Texas San Antonio, Dept., Geological Sciences
Accepted Oral
IACS 4048 P Worcester 1 Exploring an Under-Ice Ocean Cavity with Sound P Worcester 1
W.H Munk 1
B.D Cornuelle 1
M.A Dzieciuch 1
K.E Wage 2
1. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego
2. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, George Mason University
Accepted Oral
IACS 4522 C Xiao 1 A 300-year's Records of Sea Ice Extent of Southern Indian Ocean from LGB69 Ice Core, East Antarctica. C Xiao 1
R Li 2
S Sneed 3
1. Chinese Academy Of Meteorological Science
2. Chinese Academy of Meteorological Science
3. University of Maine
Accepted Oral
IACS 4523 C Xiao 1 Glacier Changes of the Himalayas in the Last 20 Years C Xiao 1
G Xiaoyin 1
Z Dongqi 1
R Jiawen 2
Q Dahe 2
G Xuejie 3
1. Chinese Academy Of Meteorological Science
2. State Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Science, CAS
3. National Climate Center, CMA
Accepted Oral
IACS 4717 T Yamazaki 1 Heat-balance and Snowmelt over Glaciers in Bolivia T Yamazaki 1
Y Asaoka 1
H Tanaka 1
E Ramirez 2
1. Tohoku University
2. Mayor de San Andres University
Accepted Poster
IACS 3012 D Yi 1 The distribution and variation of Antarctic sea-ice freeboard and thickness from ICESat (2003-2009) D Yi 1
H Zwally 2
J Robbins 1
1. SGT Inc. NASA/GSFC
2. NASA/GSFC
Accepted Oral
IACS 5456 N Young 1,3 Thickness and extent of multi-year/multi-decadal fast ice east of Mertz Glacier, East Antarctica N Young 1,3
A Fraser 3
J Lieser 1,3
R Massom 1,3
S Rintoul 2,3
1. Australian Antarctic Division
2. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
3. Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
Accepted Oral
IACS 665 Y Zhang 1 Multi-decadal ice velocity and elevation changes on a monsoonal maritime glacier: Hailuogou Glacier, China Y Zhang 1
K Fujita 2
S Liu 3
Q Liu 3
X Wang 3
1. The University Of Tokyo
2. Nagoya University
3. State Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Sciences, Cold & Arid Regions Environmental & Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 1049 H Abd-Elmotaal 1 Astrogravimetric versus Topographically-Isostatically Astrogeodetic Geoids for Austria H Abd-Elmotaal 1
N Kuehtreiber 2
1. Minia University
2. Graz University of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 644 A Abdel Hady 1 History of Solar activities and Climate changes A Abel Hady 1 1. Cairo University Accepted Oral
IAG 5911 N Abdi 1 Implementation of the RTK Network Service in Iran. N Abdi 1
S Sahabi Roshan
H Hosseiny
M Rezaiee
1. National Cartographic Center Accepted Oral
IAG 1130 S Abelen 1 Signals of Soil Moisture Variations in Remote Sensing and Gravity Field Observations S Abelen 1
F Seitz 1
A Güntner 2
M Schmidt 3
1. Technische Universität München
2. German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ)
3. Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI)
Accepted Oral
IAG 4472 H Abidin 1 Characteristics of Surface Deformation around Mud Volcano of Sidoarjo as Observed by GPS and INSAR H Abidin 1
H Andreas 1
T.P Sidiq 1
Y Aoki 2
P Sumintadiredja 3
I Gumilar 1
B.P Istadi 4
1. Geodesy Research Group, Institute of Technology Bandung, Jl. Ganesha 10, Bandung
2. Earthquake Research Institute, Tokyo University
3. Applied Geology Research Group, Institute of Technology Bandung
4. Energi Mega Persada., JI. Jend. Gatot Subroto 42, Jakarta
Accepted Oral
IAG 2667 A Albertella 1 Dynamic ocean topography in the southern hemisphere from GRACE/GOCE and multi-mission altimeter data A Albertella 1
R Savcenko 2
T Janjic 3
R Rummel 1
W Bosch 2
J Schroeter 3
1. 1Institut fuer Astronomische und Physikalische Geodaesie TU
2. 2Deutsches Geodaetisches Forschungs Institut
3. 3Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
Accepted Oral
IAG 2778 Z Altamimi 1 Current achievements of reference frame determinations Z Altamimi 1 1. 1Institut Géographique National-Lareg Accepted Oral
IAG 971 D Alves 1 Network DGPS and Network RTK: Implementation and Analyses for São Paulo State Network D Alves 1
J Monico 1
M Shimabukuru 1
L Dalbelo 2
P Oliveira Jr 1
1. São Paulo State University
2. Santiago & Cintra
Accepted Poster
IAG 1585 F Amhar 1 The Sun-Mass-Defect and the Increasing Distance of Sun-Earth F Amhar 1 1. National Coordinating Agency For Surveys & Mapping (Bakosurtanal) Accepted Poster
IAG 913 M Amos 1 Performance of the New Zealand Vertical Datum 2009 following the M7.1 Canterbury Earthquake M Amos 1
N Donnelly 1
1. Land Information New Zealand Accepted Oral
IAG 2206 M Amos 1 Modernisation of the New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000 M Amos 1
G Blick 1
C Crook 1
D Grant 1
1. Land Information New Zealand Accepted Oral
IAG 3864 O Andersen 1 The DTU10 Global Gravity field and Mean Sea Surface - First result with Cryosat-2 O Andersen 1
P Knudsen 1
1. DTU-Space Accepted Oral
IAG 5861 Y Aoyama 1 One Year Continuous Gravity Observation with Superconducting Gravimeter OSG#058 Renewed in Jan, 2010 at Syowa Station, Antarctica Y Aoyama 1
H. Ikeda 2
K. Doi 1
K. Shibuya 1
H. Hayakawa 1
I. Tsuwa 3
1. National Institute Of Polar Research, Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan
2. University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaragi, Japan
3. Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition, Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan
Accepted Poster
IAG 791 J Awange 1 Remote sensing of the Australian tropopause by GNSS J Khandu 1
J Awange 1
J Wickert 2
T Schmidt 2
M Sharifi 3
B Heck 4
K Fleming 1
1. Curtin University
2. German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ)
3. University of Tehran
4. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 1882 J Awange 1 Independent component analysis (ICA) of GRACE-derived Australian hydrological signals E Forootan 1
J Awange 2,3
J Kusche 1
B Heck 2,3
1. Bonn University
2. Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, Bonn University, Bonn, Germany
3. Geodetic Institute, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Engler-Strasse 7, D-76131, Karlsruhe, Germany
Accepted Poster
IAG 3922 G Badescu 1 Studies and research on the use of GNSS and the Romanian position determination system ROMPOS, in Romanian geodesy works G Badescu 1
O Stefan 1
R Badescu 1
O Roman 2
1. North University Of Baia Mare
2. University Dunarea de Jos GALATI
Accepted Poster
IAG 4783 G Badescu 1 Studies and research on the use of the ETRS-89 coordinate system and of the ellipsoid GRS-80 in Romania and of the Quasi-stereographical cartographic projection, GRS-80 ellipsoid and pole projection , same as in the 1970 stereographic map projection. G Badescu 1
O Stefan 1
R Badescu 1
O Roman 2
1. North University Of Baia Mare
2. University Dunarea de Jos Galati
Accepted Poster
IAG 3970 J Barriot 1 Tomography of the troposphere water vapor by using a single GPS receiver: a very ill-posed inverse problem J Barriot 1
J Serafini 1
L Sichoix 1
M Aureau
1. University Of French Polynesia Accepted Oral
IAG 4135 J Barriot 1 ICET Activities at the Geodesy Observatory of Tahiti J Barriot 1
Y Verschelle 1
L Sichoix 1
M Aureau
1. University Of French Polynesia Accepted Poster
IAG 4155 J Barriot 1 An XML Schema for GGP Data Archiving J Barriot 1
A Gabillon 1
Y Verschelle 1
M Aureau
1. University of French Polynesia Accepted Poster
IAG 5632 R Barzaghi 1 The Goce Estimated Moho Beneath The Tibetan Plateau And Himalayas D Sampietro 1
M Reguzzoni 2
C Braitenberg 3
1. Politecnico Di Milano - Polo Territoriale Di Como
2. DIIAR - Politecnico di Milano
3. Department of Earth Sciences - University of Trieste
Accepted Oral
IAG 5823 R Barzaghi 1 VLBI tracking of GLONASS satellites – a progress report V Tornatore 1
S Pogrebenko 2
D Duev 3
R Haas 4
S Casey 5
G Molera 6
1. Politecnico di Milano Diiar, Milan, Italy
2. Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands
3. Moscow State University, Russia
4. Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
5. Onsala Space Observatory, Sweden
6. Metsähovi Radio Observatory, Aalto University, Finland
Accepted Poster
IAG 4578 J Beavan 1 Source models of the Mw 7.1 Darfield, New Zealand, earthquake J Beavan 1
C Holden 1
M Reyners 1
B Fry 1
S Samsonov 2
M Motagh 3
S Martin 1
1. GNS Science, Lower Hutt,
2. ECGS, Walferdange,
3. GFZ, Potsdam
Accepted Oral
IAG 2709 M Becker 1 Towards an IGS phase center variation file covering all GNSS frequencies M Becker 1
P Zeimetz 2
E Schoenemann 1
1. Technische University Darmstadt
2. Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn
Accepted Poster
IAG 1532 K Bentel 1 Observation of cryospheric mass changes by regional gravity field modeling from the GRACE gravity mission - a simulation study K Bentel 1
C Gerlach 2,1
1. Norwegian University of Life Sciences
2. Bayerische Kommission fur die Internationale Erdmessung, Bavarian Academy of Sciences and  Humanities
Accepted Oral
IAG 4082 R Biancale 1 IERS Working group on Combination of Space Geodetic Techniques at the Observation Level (COL) R Biancale 1
D Gambis 2
M Seitz 3
J-Y Richard 2
S Loyer 4
L Soudarin 4
D Thaller 5
T Springer 6
R Koenig 7
C Sciarretta 8
1. CNES / GRGS
2. Observatoire de Paris / GRGS
3. DGFI
4. CNES/ CLS
5. AIUB
6. ESOC
7. GFZ
8. E-GEOS SPA, ASI-CGS
Accepted Poster
IAG 5739 R Biancale 1 Static and time-variable gravity field model EIGEN-6 R Biancale 1
C Foerste 2
S Bruinsma 1
F Flechtner 2
J-M Lemoine 1
1. CNES/GRGS
2. GFZ
Accepted Poster
IAG 4742 F Blume 1 The Effects of L2C Signal Tracking on High-Precision Carrier Phase GPS Positioning F Blume 1
H Berglund 1
L Estey 1
1. UNAVCO Accepted Oral
IAG 5876 F Blume 1 UNAVCO Development and Testing Activities in Support of Next Generation GNSS Networks F Blume 1
C Meertens 1
L Estey 1
H Berglund 1
V Andreatta 1
1. Unavco Accepted Poster
IAG 2683 O Bock 1 The West African monsoon water cycle investigated with a network of ground-based GPS receivers O Bock 1
S Nahmani 1
R Meynadier 2
F Guichard 3
M.N Bouin 3
1. LAREG, IGN
2. CEE, Princeton University
3. CNRM-GAME, CNRS & Meteo-France
Accepted Oral
IAG 3925 O Bock 1 Mass redistributions in West Africa induced by the monsoon system: comparison of GPS, GRACE and geophysical models S Nahmani 1
O Bock 1
M.N Bouin 2
A Santamaría-Gómez 3
G Wöppelmann 4
X Collilieux 1
J.P Boy 5
C de Linage 6
J Chedhomme 7
T van Dam 8
1. LAREG, Institut Géographique National
2. Centre de Météorologie Marine, CNRM
3. Instituto Geográfico Nacional
4. LIENSS, Université de La Rochelle
5. EOST-IPGS (UMR 7516 CNRS-UdS)
6. Earth System Department, University of California
7. ENSG, Institut Géographique National
8. Faculté des Sciences, de la Technologie et de la Communication, University of Luxembourg
Accepted Oral
IAG 4965 J Boehm 1 Atmospheric Effects on VLBI-derived Terrestrial and Celestial Reference Frames J Boehm 1
H Spicakova 1
L Plank 1
T Nilsson 1
H Schuh 1
1. Vienna University of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 4966 J Boehm 1 Excitation of Earth Rotation by Diurnal and Semi-diurnal Atmospheric Tides M Schindelegger 1
J Boehm 1
D Salstein 2
H Schuh 1
1. Vienna University of Technology
2. Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc., Lexington, U.S.A.
Accepted Oral
IAG 4967 J Boehm 1 Benchmarking Campaign for Ray-traced Tropospheric Delays V Nafisi 1
J Boehm 1
T Hobiger 2
L Urquhart 3
F Zus 4
P Gegout 5
1. Vienna University of Technology
2. National Institute of Information and Communication Technology, Japan
3. University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
4. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany
5. Groupe de Recherche de Geodesie Spatiale, Toulouse, France
Accepted Poster
IAG 3456 J Bogusz 1 GNSS-derived Field of Deformation in Sub-diurnal Timescales J Bogusz 1
M Figurski 1
1. Military University of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 3464 J Bogusz 1 Supporting Modules for Real-time Services of Polish GBAS M Figurski 1
J Bogusz 1
J Bosy 2
B Kontny 2
A Krankowski 3
P Wielgosz 3
1. Military University Of Technology
2. Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences
3. University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
Accepted Poster
IAG 3507 J Bogusz 1 GNSS-based Multi-sensor System  for  Structural Monitoring Applications M Figurski 1
M Wrona 1
J Bogusz 1
1. Military University of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 3516 J Bogusz 1 Usage of Troposphere Model Estimated by Mezoscale Numerical Weather Model for GNSS Processing K Kroszczynski 1
M Figurski 1
K Szafranek 1
J Bogusz 1
1. Military University of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 3517 J Bogusz 1 The Results of ASG-EUPOS Processing in the Context of ETRS89 Realization in Poland M Figurski 1
K Szafranek 1
A Kenyeres 1
J Bogusz 1
1. Military University Of Technology
2. FÖMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory
Accepted Poster
IAG 5649 S Bonvalot 1,2 Complete spherical Bouguer anomaly map : a contribution to global geophysical products S Bonvalot 1,2
G Balmino 1,2
N Vales 1,2
A Briais 1,2
R Biancale 1,2
1. Bureau Gravimetrique International (BGI) - Toulouse, France
2. Lab. Geosciences Environnement (CNES, CNRS, IRD, OMP) / GRGS
Accepted Oral
IAG 2286 A Borkowski 1 Landslides inventory based on airborne laser scanning data – case study Roznow Lake, Southern Poland A Borkowski 1
Z Perski 2
T Wojciechowski 3
G Jozkow 1
1. Wroclaw University of Environmental And Life Sciences
2. Polish Geological Institute – National Research Institute
3. University of Silesia, Department of Fundamental Geology
Accepted Poster
IAG 4956 W Bosch 1 ICESat and CryoSat cross-calibrated with classical radar altimeters W Bosch 1
D Dettmering 1
1. Dgfi Accepted Oral
IAG 4959 W Bosch 1 Multi-mission satellite altimetry: Investigations on combining global relative and absolute in-situ calibrations W Bosch 1
D Dettmering 1
1. Dgfi Accepted Poster
IAG 2426 J Bosy 1 NRT atmosphere model based on the ground GNSS permanent networks for meteorological and positioning applications J Bosy 1
W Rohm 1
J Kaplon 1
J Sierny 1
1. Wroclaw University Of Environmental And Life Sciences Accepted Oral
IAG 1766 J Bouman 1 Modeling and Observing the Chile 27 February 2010 Earthquake using GOCE J Bouman 1
M Fuchs 1
T Broerse 2
B Vermeersen 2
P Visser 2
E Schrama 2
M Schmidt 1
1. Deutsches Geodatisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI)
2. DEOS Department of Earth Observation and Space Systems, TU Delft
Accepted Oral
IAG 2273 J Boy 1 Estimation and Validation of Oceanic Mass Circulation from the GRACE Mission J Boy 1
D.D Rowlands 2
T.J Sabaka 2
S.B Luthcke 2
F.G Lemoine 2
1. EOST/IPGS (UMR 71516 CNRS-UdS), Strasbourg, France.
2. Planetary Geodynamics Laboratory (Code 698), NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, USA.
Accepted Oral
IAG 2299 J Boy 1 Hydrological variations in Australia recovered by GRACE high-resolution mascons solutions C Carabajal 1
J.P Boy 2
T.J Sabaka 3
F.G Lemoine 3
D.D Rowlands 3
S.B Luthcke 3
1. Sigma Space Corp. @NASA/GSFC, Planetary Geodynamics Laboratory, Code 698, Greenbelt, MD, USA
2. EOST/IPGS (UMR 7516 CNRS-UdS), Strasbourg, France
3. NASA/GSFC, Planetary Geodynamics Laboratory, Code 698, Greenbelt, MD, USA
Accepted Oral
IAG 2274 J Boy 1 Large-scale hydrological variations in Africa observed by the GRACE mission J Boy 1
C.C Carabajal 2,3
D.D Rowlands 3
T.J Sabaka 3
S.B Luthcke 3
F.G Lemoine 3
1. EOST/IPGS (UMR 7516 CNRS-UdS), Strasbourg, France.
2. Sigma Space Corp., Lanham, MD, USA.
3. Planetary Geodynamics Laboratory (Code 698), NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, USA
Accepted Poster
IAG 2634 P Brieden 1 Validation of GOCE gravity gradients via the cross-over approach P Brieden 1
J Mueller 1
1. Leibniz Universitaet Hannover, Institute of Geodesy Accepted Poster
IAG 5766 A Brzezinski 1,2 Atmospheric and Oceanic Excitation of the Free Core Nutation Estimated From Recent Geophysical Models A Brzezinski 1,2
H Dobslaw 3
M Thomas 3
1. Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
2. Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
3. Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Section 1.3: Earth System Modelling, Potsdam, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAG 5645 B Buerki 1 Astro-geodetic measurements of deflections of the vertical by means of the low-cost clip-on CCD system DAEDALUS for total stations. B Buerki 1
S Guillaume 1
1. ETH Zurich, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry Accepted Poster
IAG 4672 R Burgette 1 Validation of CryoSat-2 in the Totten Glacier and Law Dome Area, East Antarctica R Burgette 1
C Watson 1
P Tregoning 2
R Coleman 1
J Roberts 1
H Fricker 3
B Legresy 4
J Hoffmann 2
1. University Of Tasmania
2. The Australian National University
3. University of California San Diego
4. LEGOS
Accepted Poster
IAG 5111 J Cai 1 Stochastic modeling of GOCE invariants in real data analysis J Cai 1
N Sneeuw 1
Q Yang 1
O Baur 2
1. Institute of Geodesy, Universität Stuttgart
2. Space Research Institute, Graz, Austria
Accepted Poster
IAG 2085 M Calvo 1 Study of the time stability of tides using a long term (1973-2011) gravity record at Strasbourg, France M Calvo 1
S Rosat 1
J Hinderer 1
H Legros 1
J.P Boy 1
U Riccardi 2
1. EOST/IPGS  University of Strasbourg CNRS France
2. Università 'Federico II' di Napoli
Accepted Poster
IAG 5720 S Casotto 1 Tidal field refinement from GOCE – A  progress report S Casotto 1
F Panzetta 1
M Bardella 1
1. Universita' di Padova Accepted Poster
IAG 697 C Chang 1 Indoor Locating and Inventory Management based on RFID-Radar Detecting Data C Chang 1
P.C Lou 2
Y.G Hsieh 2
1. Department of Applied Geomatics, Ching-Yun University
2. Institute of Information Management, Yu-Da University
Accepted Poster
IAG 1820 H Chau 1 Vietnam magnetic and ionospheric observatories are ready to be integrated in the geoss H Chau 1
L.T Thanh
N.T Dung
1. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics
2. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics
3. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics
Accepted Poster
IAG 1414 I Chavez-Sumarriva 1 Vernal Point and the Knowledge Management of the Earth as a Dynamic System I Chavez-Sumarriva 1
T Chavez C. 1, 2
N Chavez 2
1. National University of Engineering, Lima-Peru
2. National University of San Marcos, Lima-Peru
Accepted Poster
IAG 1418 T Chavez_Campos 1, 2 Vernal Point:  Transdisciplinary Scientific Supra-System and Cusco Meridian Base (72º W==0º) T Chavez C. 1, 2
I Chavez-Sumarriva 1
N Chavez 2
1. National University Of Engineering, Lima-Peru
2. National University of San Marcos, Lima-Peru
Accepted Poster
IAG 869 W Chen 1 Rotational Evaluations of Global Geophysical Fluid Models and Improvement in the Annual Wobble Excitation W Chen 1
W.B Shen 1,2
1. Department of Geophysics, School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy,Ministry of Education,Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
Accepted Oral
IAG 5688 J Chen 1,2 Monitoring the Global Water Cycle Using Satellite Gravimetry J Chen 1,2 1. Center for Space Research, University of Texas at Austin
2. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAG 1604 Z Chen 1 Preliminary Analysis Results of 1HZ Vertical Tiltmeters in China Z Chen 1
B Zhao 1
P Lv 1
Y Wu 1
W Ma 1
1. Institute Of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration Accepted Poster
IAG 5689 J Chen 1,2 Long-Term Climate Change Signals From Satellite Gravimetry J Chen 1,2 1. Center for Space Research, University Of Texas at Austin
2. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 1782 M Cheng 1 Geocenter Variations From Analysis of SLR data M Cheng 1
J Ries 1
B Tapley 1
1. Center For Space Research, University Of Texas At Austin Accepted Oral
IAG 1783 M Cheng 1 Variations in the Earth’s Figure axis and Polar motion in the past 30 years M Cheng 1
J Ries 1
B Tapley 1
1. Center For Space Research, University Of Texas At Austin Accepted Oral
IAG 2047 Y Chu 1 The Mean Geopotential and It¡¯s Variation from Satellite Altimetry Y Chu 1
J Li 1
1. Wuhan University Accepted Poster
IAG 3909 S Cimbaro 1 Gravity corrections to measured geometric slopes in the Puna, Argentina, at 4000 meters above the sea level S Cimbaro 1
D Piñón 1
1. National Geographic Institute Accepted Poster
IAG 3910 S Cimbaro 1 Changes in the Argentine Geodetic Reference Frame due to the earthquake occurred in Chile in February 2010 S Cimbaro 1
D Piñón 1
1. National Geographic Institute Accepted Poster
IAG 3911 S Cimbaro 1 NTRIP SERVICE IN ARGENTINA S Cimbaro 1
D Piñón 1
1. National Geographic Institute Accepted Poster
IAG 5512 S Claessens 1 Ellipsoidal Corrections to Geodetic Integrals for Quasi/geoid Determination S Claessens 1
C Hirt
1. Curtin University
2. Curtin University
Accepted Poster
IAG 3278 D Collett 1 Proposal for a national absolute gravity network in New Zealand D Collett 1 1. Land Information New Zealand Accepted Poster
IAG 3993 X Collilieux 1 External evaluation of the ITRF2008 : report of the working group of the IAG sub-commission 1.2 X Collilieux 1
Z Altamimi 1
D Argus 2
C Boucher 3
A Dermanis 4
BJ Haines 2
T Herring 5
C Kreemer 6
FG Lemoine 7
C Ma 7
1. IGN/LAREG and GRGS
2. Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
3. Observatoire De Paris
4. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6. University of Nevada
7. NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center
8. Finnish Geodetic Institute
9. Center For Space Research,University of Texas
10. University of Luxembourg
Accepted Oral
IAG 1299 G Colosimo 40634 Water vapour estimation using three different techniques for the South American region and their comparisons A Calori 40634
G Colosimo 3
M Genda 2,4
M Crespi 3
C Brunini 2,4
V Mackern 1
F Azpilicueta 2,4
A Mazzoni 3
1. Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina
2. Facultad de Ciencias Astronómicas y Geofísicas, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
3. Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy
4. CONICET, Argentina
Accepted Poster
IAG 1963 C Crook 1 Modelling earthquakes in a semi-dynamic datum C Crook 1 1. Land Information New Zealand Accepted Oral
IAG 4192 D Crossley 1 Results from the GGP Network of Superconducting Gravimeters D Crossley 1
J Hinderer 2
C Kroner 3
1. Earth And Atmospheric Sciences, Saint Louis University
2. EOST/IPGS University of Strasbourg CNRS
3. Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt
Accepted Oral
IAG 1470 R Cunderlik 1 Realization of WHS based on gravity field models free of dependencies on local vertical datums R Cunderlik 1
R Tenzer 2
K Mikula 1
1. Dept. of Mathematics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University Of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
2. National School of Surveying, Division of Sciences, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Accepted Oral
IAG 3795 R Dach 1 Impact of Troposphere Modelling on GNSS Satellite Antenna PCV Estimation R Dach 1
A Jaeggi 1
R Schmid 2
H Bock 1
S Lutz 1
P Steigenberger 3
G Beutler 1
1. Astronomical Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland
2. Forschungseinrichtung Satellitengeodasie, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
3. 3Institut für Astronomische und Physikalische Geodäsie, Technische Universität
Accepted Oral
IAG 2351 Y Dang 1 Inversion of Crust Effective Viscosity in Tibet Based on the Velocity Derived from GNSS Y Dang 1
Q Yang 2
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
2. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
Accepted Poster
IAG 1336 N Darbeheshti 1 Tuning a gravimetric quasigeoid to GPS-levelling by non-stationary least-squares collocation N Darbeheshti 1
W.E Featherstone 2
1. Curtin University Of Technology
2. Curtin University Of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 2516 J Dawson 1 Efforts Towards a Dense Velocity Field Based on GNSS Observations C Bruyninx 1
J Legrand 1
J Dawson 2
Z Altamimi 3
M Becker 4
M Craymer 5
L Combrinck 6
R Dietrich 7
R Fernandes 8
  Members of IAG WG Regional Dense Velocity Fields
1. Royal Observatory of Belgium, Belgium
2. Geoscience Australia, Australia
3. Institut Geographique National, ENSG/LAREG, France
4. Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
5. Natural Resources Canada, Canada
6. Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory, South Africa
7. Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
8. University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Accepted Oral
IAG 2002 S De Freitas 1 An experiment based on Brovar´s type solution to the fixed GBVP for connecting the Brazilian Vertical Datum to a WHS S De Freitas 1
B Heck 2
V Ferreira 1
1. Federal University Of Paraná
2. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Accepted Oral
IAG 4319 C De Linage 1 GRACE detection of and comparison with in situ measurements of surface water changes in the Three-Gorge Reservoir of China X Wang 1
C de Linage 1
J Famiglietti 1,2
C Zender 1
1. Earth System Science Department, University Of California, Irvine
2. UC Center for Hydrologic Modeling, University of California, Irvine
Accepted Oral
IAG 4320 C De Linage 1 Using GRACE-derived estimates of Surface Water storage to constrain River Routing Models in the Amazon River basin C de Linage 1
M Lo 1,2
J Famiglietti 1,2
R Ray 3
E Beighley 3
1. Earth System Science Department, University Of California, Irvine
2. UC Center for Hydrologic Modeling, University of California, Irvine
3. Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, San Diego State University, San Diego
Accepted Poster
IAG 554 V Dehant 1 Topographic torque on the CMB: effects amplified for particular topographies. V Dehant 1
M Folgueira 2
1. Royal Observatory Of Belgium
2. Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Accepted Oral
IAG 4366 F Deleflie 1 Status of the GRGS Analysis Centers Webservices Organized Through a Virtual Observatory F Deleflie 1
X Collilieux 2
P Exertier 3
J Berthier 1
C Barache 4
S Bouquillon 4
S Lambert 4
I Panet 2
1. Imcce / Paris Observatory
2. IGN / LAREG
3. Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur / Geoazur
4. Observatoire de Paris / SYRTE
Accepted Poster
IAG 2543 P Denys 1 A geodetic study of the Otago Fault System of the South Island of New Zealand P Denys 1
R Norris 2
C Pearson 3
M Denham 1
1. School of Surveying, University of Otago
2. Department of Geology, University of Otago,
3. National Geodetic Survey
4. School of Surveying, University of Otago
Accepted Poster
IAG 4825 M Deo 1 Optimal triple frequency GPS and Galileo linear combinations for future Precise Point Positioning M Deo 1 1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IAG 2679 A Dermanis 1 On the alternative approaches To ITRF formulation. a theoretical comparison. A Dermanis 1 1. Department Of Geodesy & Surveying, Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki Accepted Oral
IAG 1763 B Devaraju 1 Performance measures for the analysis of low-pass spectral filters on the sphere B Devaraju 1
N Sneeuw 1
1. Institute Of Geodesy, University Of Stuttgart Accepted Poster
IAG 5809 J Dickey 1 Modes of Mass Variability and Climate Indices: Insights from GRACE J Dickey 1
Olivier de viron 2
1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute Of Technology
2. Universite Paris Diderot and Institut du Globe de Paris
Accepted Oral
IAG 3936 R Dietrich 1 Present-day ice mass changes in Antarctica from GRACE and ICESAT data R Dietrich 1
H Ewert 1
A Groh 1
M Scheinert 1
1. TU Dresden Accepted Oral
IAG 4861 X Ding 1 Ground Deformation in Los Angeles Basin, 1995-2000 from Temporarily Coherent Point InSAR L Zhang 1
X Ding 1
Z Lu 2
1. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2. U.S. Geological Survey
Accepted Oral
IAG 4865 X Ding 1,2 3D Surface Displacement from Multi-Sensor, Multi-Track and Multi-Temporal Interferograms J Hu 1,2
X Ding 1
Z Li 2
J Zhu 2
Q Sun 2
1. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2. Central South University
Accepted Oral
IAG 3721 P Ditmar 1 Computation and Validation of Gravity Field Models on the Basis of GOCE Satellite Data H Hashemi Farahani 1
P Ditmar 1
R Klees 1
J Encarnacao 1
1. Tu Delft Accepted Oral
IAG 4071 P Ditmar 1 GRACE data processing: Filtering artefacts and their mitigation in estimating the mean mass anomaly per region E Junge 1
P Ditmar 1
R Riva 1
H Hashemi Farahani 1
M Bierkens 2
R van Beek 2
1. Delft University Of Technology
2. Utrecht University
Accepted Oral
IAG 4070 P Ditmar 1 Analysis of noise in the GRACE K-band ranging data P Ditmar 1
J Encarnacao 1
H Hashemi Farahani 1
1. Delft University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 4612 R Doel 1 The Stommel Diagram's Intriguing Journey from the Physical to the Biological Environmental Science during the Cold War R Doel 1 1. Florida State University Accepted Oral
IAG 5354 H Drewes 1 Thoughts to future realizations of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame H Drewes 1
M Seitz 1
D Angermann 1
1. DGFI Accepted Oral
IAG 5355 H Drewes 1 Recent aseismic, co-seismic and post-seismic deformations in the pacific orogenic zone of Latin America H Drewes 1
L Sanchez 1
1. DGFI Accepted Oral
IAG 4047 R Drummond 1 Glacial isostasy and the geoid: Rotational feedback again R Drummond 1
W. R Peltier 1
1. Department Of Physics, University Of Toronto Accepted Poster
IAG 5695 J Duan 1 Observing Congo Basin Storage Change Using GRACE J Duan 1
M Zhong 2
H Lee 1
C.K Shum 1
D Alsdorf 1
J Guo 1
E Beighley 3
M Schmidt 4
1. School Of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University, Usa
2. Institute of Geodesy & Geophysics, Wuhan, China
3. Civil & Environmental Engineering, San Diego State University, USA
4. Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut, Muenchen, Germany
Accepted Poster
IAG 4591 B Duffy 1 Coseismic Displacements and Fault Kinematics at the Releasing Termination of the Strike slip Greendale Fault during the Mw 7.1 Darfield (Canterbury) Earthquake, New Zealand: Quantification from Cadastral and LiDAR Surveys B Duffy 1
C McInnes 2
R Van Dissen 3
N Litchfield 3
D Barrell 4
M Quigley 1
E Bilderback 1
T Stahl 1
1. University of Canterbury, Christchurch
2. Andersen & Associates Limited – Consulting Surveyors, Christchurch
3. GNS Science, Lower Hutt
4. GNS Science, Dunedin
Accepted Oral
IAG 3907 H Ewert 1 Precise analysis of ICESat data in the region of subglacial Lake Vostok (East Antarctica) and some glaciological implications H Ewert 1
R Dietrich 1
S Popov 2
1. Institut fur Planetare Geodasie,Technische Universitat Dresden, 01062 Dresden, Germany
2. Polar Marine Geosurvey Research Expedition (PMGRE), Pobeda Str. 24, St. Petersburg, Lomonosov 189 510, Russia
Accepted Oral
IAG 5940 J Fazan 1 Implementation and development of Brazilian Network for Continuous Monitoring of GNSS - RBMC J Fazan 1
M Barbosa 1
M Santos 1
N Moura Janior 1
M Lobianco 1
L Fortes 1
1. IBGE Accepted Poster
IAG 2263 W Featherstone 1 New Challenges for Regional Quasi/geoid Refinement W Featherstone 1 1. Curtin University Accepted Poster
IAG 2264 W Featherstone 2 Land Hydrology Compensates Deglaciation-induced Sea-level Rise O Baur 2
M Kuhn 1
W Featherstone 1
1. Curtin University
2. Austrian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 2595 Y Feng 1 Hypotheses testings of the multi-dimension state solutions Y Feng 1 1. Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University of Technologyy Accepted Oral
IAG 4443 R Fernandes 1,2 Geodetic Constraints on the Present-Day Kinematics of the East African Rift R Fernandes 1,2
J.M Miranda 3
L Combrink 4
C.M Kamamia 5
J.L Quembo 6
1. University Beira Interior, Institute D. Luíz,
2. TU Delft,
3. University of Lisbon, Institute D. Luíz, Portugal
4. HartRAO
5. RCMRD
6. CENACARTA
Accepted Oral
IAG 1869 M Filmer 1,2 An investigation into the Australian Height Datum M Filmer 1,2
W Featherstone 1,2
1. Western Australian Centre For Geodesy
2. The Institute for Geoscience Research
Accepted Poster
IAG 3861 L Foldvary 1 Averaged Periodical Signals in Satellite Geodesy L Foldvary 1 1. BME Department Of Geodesy And Surveying Accepted Poster
IAG 5388 R Forsberg 1 Geoid of Nepal from airborne gravity survey R Forsberg 1 1. DTU-Space Accepted Oral
IAG 2525 N Fournier 1 Ghost tilt event during transient deformation event: insights from the September 3, 2010 Mw7.1 Darfield event, New Zealand N Fournier 1
A Jolly 1
C Miller 1
1. GNS Science, Wairakei Research Centre Accepted Oral
IAG 4784 J Freymueller 1 An Improved Model for Tectonic Deformation in Alaska J Freymueller 1
J Elliott 1
1. University Of Alaska Fairbanks Accepted Oral
IAG 2721 T Fuhrmann 1 Accounting for inhomogeneities in repeated precise levelling data for the determination of vertical crustal deformations T Fuhrmann 1
K Zippelt 1
B Heck 1
1. Karlsruhe Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 2722 T Fuhrmann 1 Fusion of InSAR and GNSS observations for the determination of atmospheric water vapour F Alshawaf 1
T Fuhrmann 1
X Luo 1
A Knöpfler 1
A Schenk 1
A Thiele 1
M Mayer 1
M Westerhaus 1
B Heck 1
S Hinz 1
1. Karlsruhe Institute Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 2405 Y Fukuda 1 Applications of Absolute Gravity Measurements for Monitoring Local Mass Movements Y Fukuda 1
J Nishijima 2
M Taniguchi 3
1. Kyoto University
2. Kyushu University
3. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
Accepted Oral
IAG 1581 G Funning 1 Mapping fault creep across the major faults in northern California using persistent scatterer InSAR G Funning 1
L Jin 1
M Floyd 1
R Bürgmann 2
A Ferretti 3
1. University Of California, Riverside
2. University of California, Berkeley
3. Tele-Rilevamento Europa
Accepted Oral
IAG 5004 Y Gao 1 Some advance and Challenge in high precision GNSS Y Gao 1
Y Feng
S Bisnath
X Meng
1. University Of Calgary
2. Queensland University of Technology
3. York University
4. University of Notthingham
Accepted Poster
IAG 3798 J Garate 1 San Fernando Naval Observatory GPS Network Time Series Analysis J Garate 1
J Martin Davila 1
A Pazos 1
1. San Fernando Naval Observatory. Spain Accepted Poster
IAG 5627 J Garate 1 Iberian Region Deformation and Strain Maps from GPS Timeseries J Garate 1
J.J Martin Davila 1
G Khazaradze 2
E Asensio 2
A Gil 3
F Alvarez Lobato 4
C Ayala 5
J Gallastegui 6
J Telles 7
G Rodriguez-Caderot 7
1. San Fernando Naval Observatory.
2. University of Barcelona
3. University of Jaen
4. University of Salamanca
5. Geological and Minning Institute
6. University of Oviedo
7. University Complutense
Accepted Poster
IAG 5380 R Garcia 1 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CHAMP MONTHLY SOLUTIONS USING THE ENERGY BALANCE APPROACH IN THE SPACE DOMAIN R Garcia 1
M Lopez 1
R Balderrama 1
T Guzman 1
G Vazquez 1
A Arana 1
1. University Autonomous Of Sinaloa Accepted Poster
IAG 2234 A Goncharov 1 Seismic Velocities and Basin Lithology within a Petroleum Framework A Goncharov 1
G Nelson 1
S Johnston 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Poster
IAG 1987 G Good 1 Making the Inaccessible Accessible: Studies of Earth’s Near-Space Environment before Satellites G Good 1 1. American Institute Of Physics Accepted Oral
IAG 4188 S Gregersen 1 Earthquake potential via geodesy, seismology and geology: Denmark as an example S Gregersen 1
P Voss 1
1. Geological Survey Of Denmark And Greenland Accepted Oral
IAG 4644 D Grejner-Brzezinska 1 Collaborative navigation in GPS-challenged environments D Grejner-Brzezinska 1
C Toth 1
JK Lee 1
X Wang 1
1. The Ohio State University Accepted Oral
IAG 4645 D Grejner-Brzezinska 1 Application of Artificial Intelligence and Multi-sensor Systems in Navigation and Engineering Geodesy D Grejner-Brzezinska 1
G Retscher 2
C Toth 1
1. The Ohio State University
2. Vienna University of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 3776 A Groh 1 Present-Day Ice Surface Height And Ice Mass Changes In Greenland From ICEsat And GRACE Data A Groh 1
H Ewert 1
R Dietrich 1
1. Institute of Planetary Geodesy, Technical University Dresden Accepted Oral
IAG 1156 T Grombein 1 Topographic-isostatic reduction of GOCE gravity gradients T Grombein 1
K Seitz 1
B Heck 1
1. Geodetic Institute, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Accepted Oral
IAG 2787 R Gross 1 Report of Activities During 2007-2011 of IAG Commission 3 on Earth Rotation and Geodynamics R Gross 1 1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 3064 C Gruber 1 Processing and Validation of GFZ's new EIGEN-GRACE06S Time Series C Gruber 1
C Dahle 1
F Flechtner 1
H Neumayer 1
I Daras 1
R Koenig 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences GFZ Accepted Oral
IAG 3063 C Gruber 1 Performance analysis of satellite constellations for the next generation of gravity missions C Gruber 1
A Loecher 2
J.C Raimondo 1
J Kusche 2
F Flechtner 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences GFZ
2. University Bonn
Accepted Poster
IAG 3065 C Gruber 1 Regional Gravity fields from GRACE observations C Gruber 1
M Schmeer 1
I Daras 1
F Flechtner 1
M Schmidt 2
B Meyssignac 3
W van der Wal 4
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences GFZ
2. German Geodetic Research Institute (DGFI), Munich
3. LEGOS/GOHS – UMR5566/CNES/CNRS/UPS/IRD, Toulouse – France
4. Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technical University Delft
Accepted Poster
IAG 3898 C Gruber 1 Submonthly GRACE solutions from localising integral equations and Kalman filtering C Gruber 1
Y.J Moon 1
F Flechtner 1
P Novak 2,3
I Daras 1
M Schmeer 1
R Koenig 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences, c/o DLR
2. University of West Bohemia
3. Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography
Accepted Poster
IAG 4217 C Gruber 1 Derivation of topographic potential from global DEM models C Gruber 1
P Novak 2
F Barthelmes 3
F Flechtner 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences, c/o DLR
2. University of West Bohemia
3. German Research Centre For Geosciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 1057 G Guimaraes 1 A Comparison between FFT and numerical integration of the geoid model in the state of Sao Paulo - Brazil G Guimaraes 1
D Blitzkow 1
A Matos 1
1. University of Sao Paulo Accepted Poster
IAG 3026 I Gumilar 1 Land Subsidence derived by GPS and InSAR, Groundwater Extraction, and Flooding in Bandung Basin (Indonesia) I Gumilar 1
H Zaenal Abidin 1
M Irwan 1
S Bambang 1
S Teguh 1
1. Institute Technology Of Bandung Accepted Poster
IAG 1432 B Gutknecht 1 Utilisation of Gravity Gradients and Invariants for 3D Density Modelling B Gutknecht 1
N Koether 1
R Mahatsente 1
H.J Goetze 1
1. Institute of Geosciences, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel Accepted Oral
IAG 3996 R Haagmans 1 GOCE: Status Three Months into the Extended Mission R Floberghagen 1
M Fehringer 1
R Haagmans 1
C Steiger 1
A da Costa 1
D Lamarre 1
B Frommknecht 1
1. European Space Agency Accepted Oral
IAG 3998 R Haagmans 1 ESA Satellite Observations of Climate Change Impact on the Cryosphere M Drinkwater 1
R Haagmans 1
M Kern 1
1. European Space Agency Accepted Oral
IAG 5317 R Haagmans 1 ESA's Earth Observation Missions for Integrated Earth Observing Systems R Haagmans 1
M Drinkwater 1
1. European Space Agency Accepted Oral
IAG 1689 M Hackl 1 Characterisation of time correlated noise in large GPS networks M Hackl 1
R Malservisi 2
U Hugentobler 3
1. Lmu Munich, Germany
2. University of South Florida, US
3. Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
Accepted Poster
IAG 5634 S Haeberling 1 Assessment of Shake Table Generated Earthquake Ground Motions Recorded Using High-Rate GPS S Haberling 1
M Rothacher 1
Y Zhang 2
1. Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zurich, CH-8093 Zurich, Switzerland
2. Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zurich, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland
Accepted Oral
IAG 3835 P Hafner 1 Quality Assessment of Different GNSS/IMS-Integrations P Hafner 1
K Laengauer 1
M Wieser 1
N Kuehtreiber 1
1. Institute Of Navigation, Graz University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 3836 P Hafner 1 Investigations on a Real-Time PPP Client K Huber 1
R Lesjak 1
P Hafner 1
R Weber 2
G Thaler 2
P Berglez 1
B Hofmann-Wellenhof 1
1. Institute Of Navigation, Graz University Of Technology
2. Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, University Of Technology, Vienna
Accepted Poster
IAG 3837 P Hafner 1 Determination of the Earth's Gravity Field by using a Car-Mounted GNSS/IMS System K Landfahrer 1
R Lesjak 1
N Kuehtreiber 1
P Hafner 1
1. Institute Of Navigation, Graz University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 2130 W Hanjiang 1 The mass variations and height changes of Antarctica ice sheet by using GRACE and ICESat data W Hanjiang 1
C Pengfei 1
L Huanling 1
L Junhai 1
Z Guangbin 2
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping,P.R.China
2. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University,P.R.China
Accepted Poster
IAG 5904 R Hanssen 1 Argument Decomposition of Spatio-temporal Arrays of Radar Interferometric Data R Hanssen 1 1. Delft University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 5905 R Hanssen 1 I2GPS: Integrated Interferometry and GNSS for Precision Survey P Mahapatra 1
A Fromberg 2
M Komac 3
R Hanssen 1
R Holley 4
H van der Marel 1
C Prior 2
A Thomas 4
B Milanic 3
1. Delft University Of Technology
2. Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd
3. Geological Survey of Slovenia
4. Fugro-NPA Ltd
Accepted Poster
IAG 3976 K Harper 1 EROS: The Political Underpinnings of Mineral Surveys from Space during the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration K Harper 1 1. Florida State University Accepted Oral
IAG 3263 M Hashimoto 1 Co- And Postseismic Deformation Associated With The 2010 Maule, Chile, Earthquake Detected By ALOS/PALSAR ScanSAR-ScanSAR Interferometry M Hashimoto 1
T Ozawa 2
1. Dpri, Kyoto University
2. National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
Accepted Oral
IAG 3285 M Hashimoto 1 Imaging Of Interseismic Deformation With ALOS/PALSAR And The Effect of Traveling Ionospheric Disturbance M Hashimoto 1
A Saito 2
D Mineyama 2
1. Dpri, Kyoto University
2. Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAG 1574 A Hashima 1 3-D simulation of tectonic evolution around the Kanto Region of Japan due to the collision of the Izu-Bonin Arc A Hashima 1
T Sato 1
T Ito 1
T Miyauchi 1
1. Chiba University Accepted Poster
IAG 1596 R Heidari 1 InSAR Techniques and Applications for Monitoring Sinkholes in North West Plains of Iran, Hamadan Province R Heidari 1
B Mohaghegh 2
1. Khaneh Sazi Iran Co
2. National Geo database of Iran
Accepted Poster
IAG 2590 K Heki 1 A slow rifting episode at the izu back-arc remotely triggered by the 2004 September earthquake in the Nankai Trough K Heki 1 1. Hokkaido University Accepted Oral
IAG 2910 K Heki 1 Geodetic signals of anomalous snow fall due to arctic oscillation as seen with GRACE, GPS and polar motion K Matsuo 1
K Heki 1
1. Hokkaido University Accepted Oral
IAG 3300 K Heki 1 GPS climatology with GEONET: Long term behaviors of atmospheric delays and bias in their gradients reflecting the tilt of geoid K Yoshida 1
K Heki 1
1. Hokkaido University Accepted Poster
IAG 1849 P Henkel 1 Reliable Integer Ambiguity Resolution: Soft constraints on the baseline length and direction and new multi-frequency mixed code carrier linear combinations P Henkel 1 1. Technical University of Munich (TUM) Accepted Oral
IAG 5187 M Herceg 1 Approximate global modelling of the gravity potential from observations with non uniform noise M Herceg 1
M Reguzzoni 2
F Sansò 2
1. DTU Space, National Space Institute
2. DIIAR, Politecnico di Milano
Accepted Poster
IAG 2088 J Hinderer 1 Preliminary results from the superconducting gravimeter OSG-60 installed in West Africa (Djougou, Benin) J Hinderer 1
S Rosat 1
B Hector 1
M Calvo 1
J.P Boy 1
L Seguis 2
1. EOST/IPGS University of Strasbourg CNRS France
2. IRD/Hydrosciences Montpellier France
Accepted Oral
IAG 3013 T Hobiger 1 Operational automated analysis of ultra-rapid VLBI UT1-experiments with c5++ T Hobiger 1
M Sekido 1
T Otsubo 2
T Gotoh 1
T Kubooka 1
H Takiguchi 1
Y Koyama 1
T Kondo 1
K Kokado 3
R Haas 4
1. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2. Hitotsubashi University, Japan
3. Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI), Japan
4. Chalmers University of Technology, Onsala Space Observatory, Sweden
Accepted Poster
IAG 5552 P Holota 1 Geometrical Properties of Equipotential Surfaces and their Numerical Studies for High Resolution Earth’s Gravity Field Models Expressed in Ellipsoidal Harmonics P Holota 1
O Nesvadba 2
1. Research Institute Of Geodesy, Topography And Cartography
2. Land Survey Office
Accepted Oral
IAG 3047 T Hongbo 1,2 Stydy of Fault Movement and Long-term Gravity Changes in Western Yunan H Tan 1,2
C Shen 1,2
H Hao 1,2
S Xuan 1,2
L Xing 1,2
G Yang 1,2
1. Institute Of Seismology,China Earthquake Administration
2. Crustal Movement Laboratory, Wuhan 430071, China
Accepted Oral
IAG 4263 A Howkins 1 Drifting Plates and Shifting Politics: Science, Environmentalism and the Minerals Question in Antarctica, 1961-1991 A Howkins 1 1. Colorado State University Accepted Oral
IAG 2169 H Hsu 1 Integrated marine gravity field in the south-china sea from multi-satellite altimetry and shipborne gravity H Hsu 1
C Hwang 1
Y Yang 2
1. National Chiao Tung University
2. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University
Accepted Oral
IAG 1379 F Huang 1 The 2008 Wenchuan earthquake induced water level changes and their tectonic implications F Huang 1
Y Zhang 1
1. China Earthquake Network Center Accepted Oral
IAG 1505 C Huang 1 A Generalized Theory of the Figure of the Earth Interior and its Application on the nutation C Huang 1
Y Liu 1
1. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory Accepted Oral
IAG 3916 J Huang 1 A Prototype of a Geoid-Based Height System for Canada J Huang 1
M Véronneau 1
J Henton 1
P Héroux 1
1. Geodetic Survey Division, CCRS, Natural Resources Canada Accepted Oral
IAG 1639 U Hugentobler 1 Precise GNSS orbit determination using an adjustable box-wing model for solar radiation pressure C Rodriguez Solano 1
U Hugentobler 1
P Steigenberger 1
1. Institute For Astronomical And Physical Geodesy, Technische Universitaet Muenchen Accepted Oral
IAG 4760 L Huisman 1 The Contribution of GLONASS Observations to the APREF Network A Nardo 1
Lennard Huisman 1
1. GNSS Research Centre, Curtin University, Perth, Australia Accepted Oral
IAG 4759 L Huisman 1 PPP Analysis of Real-Time GDA94 Orbit Corrections L Huisman 1
C Hu
R.J.P van Bree 2
1. GNSS Research Centre, Curtin University, Perth, Australia
2. Mathematical Geodesy and Positioning, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Accepted Poster
IAG 3791 W Hung 1 Time Series Analysis And Simulation Of Aquifer-System Compaction And Land Subsidence In Changhua, Taiwan W Hung 1
C Hwang 2
J-C Liou 1
Y-S Lin 1
1. Industrial Technology Research Institute
2. National Chiao Tung University
Accepted Poster
IAG 3792 W Hung 1 Verification On The Perceptible Water Vapor Of GPS Satellite Signals T Yeh 1
C-W Hsu 1
W-C Hung 2
1. Ching Yun University
2. Industrial Technology Research Institute
Accepted Poster
IAG 4816 C Hwang 1 Regional geoid of Taiwan from kinematic and static gravity: consideration of real gravity gradient and height datum difference C Hwang 1
C-H Huang 1
H-J Hsu 1
Y-S Hsiao 1
H-C Shih 1
1. National Chiao Tung University Accepted Oral
IAG 4010 R Ichikawa 1 Data assimilation of ground-based GPS precipitable water vapor to mesoscale numerical weather prediction model and its impact on ray-traced atmospheric total slant delays for GNSS positioning R Ichikawa 1
T Hobiger 1
Y Shoji 2
Y Koyama 1
T Kondo 1
1. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
2. Meteorological Research Institute/JMA
Accepted Poster
IAG 5445 R Ichikawa 1 MARBLE (Multiple Antenna Radio-interferometry for Baseline Length Evaluation): Development of a compact VLBI system for calibrating GNSS and electronic distance measurement devices R Ichikawa 1
A Ishii 2
H Takigouchi 1
M Kimura 1
S Kurihara 3
1. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
2. Advanced Engineering Services Co.,Ltd.
3. Geospatial Information Authority of Japan
Accepted Poster
IAG 3627 J Ihde 1 EUREF's Contribution to a National, European and Global Geodetic Infrastructure J Ihde 1
Z Altamimi 2
E Brockmann 3
C Bruyninx 4
A Caporali 5
J Dousa 6
R Fernandes 7
H Habrich 1
H Hornik 8
A Kenyeres 9
1. Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy
2. Institut Geographique National
3. Federal Office of Topography swisstopo
4. Royal Observatory of Belgium
5. University of Padua, Department of Geosciences
6. Geodetic Observatory Pecny, Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography
7. Department of Computer Sciences, University of Beira Interior
8. German Geodetic Commission
9. FOMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAG 5060 J Ihde 1 IAG ICP1.2 Final Results - Global Unified Height System: An Integration of Gravity and Geometric Reference J Ihde 1
G Liebsch 1
U Marti 2
L Sanchez 3
T Schöne 4
M Sideris 5
1. Federal Agency For Cartography And Geodesy
2. Federal Office of Topography swisstopo
3. German Geodetic Research Institute
4. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
5. University of Calgary, Department of Geomatics Engineering
Accepted Oral
IAG 3411 T Iinuma 1 Spatio-temporal variation of the inter-plate coupling beneath northeastern Japan estimated based on surface displacement rate gradients and small repeating earthquakes T Iinuma 1
N Uchida 1
T Matsuzawa 1
R Hino 1
A Hasegawa 1
1. Reseach Center for Prediction of Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University Accepted Poster
IAG 3821 S Iran Pour 1 Assessment Of The Aliasing Effect Of White Noise On Different Solutions In Gravity Recovery Simulations Of A GRACE-Like Mission S Iran Pour 1
N Sneeuw 1
M Weigelt 1
T Reubelt 1
1. Institute Of Geodesy - University Of Stuttgart Accepted Oral
IAG 1360 G Ivanchenko 1 A detailed examination of the structural and geological conditions at the locations of high risk objects G Ivanchenko 1
E Gorbunova 1
1. Institute For Dynamics Of Geospheres, Russian Academy Of Sciences, Moscow, Russia Accepted Poster
IAG 2766 A Jaggi 1 Time-variable gravity field recovery from GRACE and CHAMP A Jäggi 1
U Meyer 1
L Prange 1
G Beutler 1
1. Astronomical Institute, University of Bern Accepted Oral
IAG 1878 T Jahr 1 Terrestrial and GRACE gravity field variations in Europe T Jahr 1
A Weise 1
C Kroner 4
M Abe 2
B Creutzfeldt 2
C Foerste 2
A Guentner 2
G Jentzsch 1
H Wilmes 3
H Wziontek 3
1. Institute of Geosciences, University Jena
2. Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ)
3. Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG)
4. Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt PTB
Accepted Oral
IAG 1905 T Jahr 1 New Finite-Element Modelling of subduction processes in the Andes using realistic geometries S Zeumann 1
R Sharma 1
R Gassmoeller 1
T Jahr 1
G Jentzsch 1
1. Institute Of Geosciences, University Jena Accepted Oral
IAG 2164 T Jahr 1 Observations with Superconducting Gravimeters as Constraints for Hydrological Models C Kroner 1
T Jahr 2
A Weise 2
1. Now: Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Formerly: Helmholtz Centre Potsdam German Research Centre For Geosciences
2. Department for Applied Geophysics, Institute for Geosciences, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Burgweg 11, 07749 Jena, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAG 1856 V Janssen 1 AUSGeoid09: Improved GNSS-Based Height Transfer in New South Wales, Australia V Janssen 1
T Watson 1
1. NSW Land and Property Management Authority Accepted Oral
IAG 2840 G Jeffress 1 The United States 2011 Geoid Slope Validation Project G Jeffress 1
D Smith 2
M Eckl 2
D Roman 2
S Holdorff 2
Y Wang 2
D Winester 2
B Bürki 3
S Guillaume 3
C Hirt 4
1. Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
2. NOAA National Geodetic Survey
3. Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zurich, Zürich,
4. Dept. of Geomatics, HafenCity Univ.,
Accepted Oral
IAG 4229 C Jekeli 1 Assessing the accuracy limits of kinematic acceleration from GPS for airborne gravimetry C Jekeli 1 1. Ohio State University Accepted Oral
IAG 4232 C Jekeli 1 On the combination of airborne and terrestrial gravimetry for geoid computation - a case study in South Korea. C Jekeli 1
H.J Yang 1
J.H Kwon 2
M Kuhn 3
1. Ohio State University
2. University of Seoul
3. Curtin University
Accepted Oral
IAG 4230 C Jekeli 1 On the Determination of the Offset in the South Korean Vertical Datum with respect to a global datum C Jekeli 1
H.J Yang 1
J.H Kwon 2
1. Ohio State University
2. Univeristy of Seoul
Accepted Poster
IAG 4231 C Jekeli 1 The terrain correction for gravity and gradiometry using the two-dimensional Haar wavelet C Jekeli 1 1. Ohio State University Accepted Poster
IAG 1107 G Jentzsch 1 Geodynamics of northern Victoria-Land, Antarctica, inferred by GPS, and Micro-Gravity measurements G Jentzsch 1
R Ricker 2
M Dubbini
A Cabra
G Casula
1. University of Jena
2. University of Jena
3. Università di Bologna
4. Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
5. Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione di Bologna
Accepted Poster
IAG 1940 G Jentzsch 1 Separation of sources and 3D gravity data inversion for the Thuringian Basin G Jentzsch 1
T Jahr 2
I Prudkin 3
1. University of Jena
2. University of Jena
3. University of Jena
Accepted Poster
IAG 2175 G Jentzsch 1 High Sensitive tilt measurements near TRIES Research Laboratory, Japan M Queitsch 1
G Jentzsch 1
A Weise 1
H Ishii 2
Y Asai 2
1. University of Jena
2. Tono Research Institute for Earthquak Science
Accepted Poster
IAG 2340 L Jia 1,2 Separation of the Geodetic Signals of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment and Secular Change of Terrestrial Water Storage in North Europe and North America L Jia 1,2
H Wang 1
L Jiang 1
L Xiang 1,2
B Hu 1,2
1. Istitute Of Geodesy And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Science
2. Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Science
Accepted Poster
IAG 560 Z Jiang 1 Comparison of GPS Strain Rate Computing Methods and Their Application Z Jiang 1
Y Wu 1
X Liu 1
1. Institute Of Earthquake Science, Cea Accepted Oral
IAG 2226 T Jiang 1,2 The solution of ill-posed problem in downward continuation of airborne gravity data T Jiang 1,2
J Li 1,2
Z Wang 1,2
Y Chu 1,2
1. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Ministry of Education
Accepted Poster
IAG 2769 Z Jiang 1 GLONASS time transfer in UTC generation Z Jiang 1
W Lewandowski 1
1. Bureau International Des Poids Et Mesures Accepted Poster
IAG 2770 Z Jiang 1 Accurate Gravimetry at the BIPM Watt Balance Site Z Jiang 1
V Palinkas 2
O Francis 3
H Baumann 4
M Becker 5
P Jousset 6
J Makinen 7
S Merlet 8
H.R Schulz 9
S Svitlov 10
1. Bureau International Des Poids Et Mesures
2. Geodetic Observatory Pecny (GOP), Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography, Czech Republic
3. University of Luxembourg (UL), Luxembourg
4. Federal Office of Metrology (METAS), Bern-Wabern, Switzerland
5. Institute of Physical Geodesy, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt (IPGD), Germany
6. Bureau de Recherches Geologiques et Minières (BRGM), France
7. Finnish Geodetic Institute (FGI), Masala, Finland
8. Laboratoire National de Metrologie et d’Essais - Systèmes de Reference Temps Espace (LNE-SYRTE), Observatoire de Paris, France
9. Angewandte Gravimetrie (AG), Germany
10. Max Planck Institute for Physics of Light (MPL), Germany
Accepted Poster
IAG 2918 Z Jiang 1 Accurate determination of the Earth Tidal Parameters at the BIPM to support the Watt balance project O Francis 1
Z Jiang 2
C Lampitelli 1
1. University of Luxembourg
2. Bureau International des Poids et Mesures
Accepted Poster
IAG 856 S Jin 1 Surface mass excitations of length-of-day variations determined from SLR and GRACE S Jin 1 1. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAG 4814 G Johnston 1 Challenges for Reference Frame Refinement: An Australian Perspective G Johnston 1
J Dawson 1
M Moore 1
R Ruddick 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IAG 2336 G Jones 1 CORSnet-NSW and Airborne LiDAR: A Match Made in Heaven G Jones 1
O Colombo 2
V Janssen 1
S Brunker 1
C Rizos 3
1. Land and Property Management Authority, Bathurst, Australia
2. NASA, Greenbelt MD, USA
3. The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Accepted Poster
IAG 5740 M Jones 1, 2 Determination of High-Precision Underground Equipotential Profiles for the Alignment of a future Linear Collider S Guillaume 1, 2
M Jones 1
B Bürki 2
1. CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research
2. Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETHZ
Accepted Poster
IAG 5741 M Jones 1, 2 Measurement of Underground Variations in the Deflection of the Vertical with an High-Precision Interferometric Deflectometer S Guillaume 1, 2
M Jones 1
B Bürki 2
1. CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research
2. Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETHZ
Accepted Poster
IAG 5595 R Kao 1 The orogeny of Taiwan from Absolute Gravimetry and GPS: observation and model R Kao 1
C Hwang
C.-W Lee
F Masson
R Bayer
J.-F Huang
W.-C Hsieh
N Moigne
M Mouyen
C.-C Cheng
1. National Chiao Tung University
2. National Chiao Tung University
3. Industrial Technology Research Institute
4. Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg
5. Universit?Montpellier 2
6. National Chiao Tung University
7. Industrial Technology Research Institute
8. Universit?Montpellier 2
9. Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg
10. National Chiao Tung University
Accepted Poster
IAG 1784 M Karbon 1 Atmospheric corrections for satellite missions and superconducting gravimeters M Karbon 1
M Schindelegger 1
D Wijaya 1
J Boehm 1
H Schuh 1
1. Vienna University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 4163 A Kasenda 1, 2 A new height datum for Sulawesi: an effort to unify the height systems in the Indonesian archipelago A Kasenda 1, 2
E Prijanto 1
A Vestergaard 2
R Forsberg 2
1. BAKOSURTANAL
2. DTU Space
Accepted Poster
IAG 4546 N Kato 1 Style of Shortening Deformation Along the Eastern Margin of Niigata Basin, Central Japan N Kato 1
H Sato 1
T Ishiyama 1
1. Earthquake Research Institute, University Of Tokyo Accepted Poster
IAG 5165 T Kato 1 Performance Evaluation of High-Rate GPS Seismometers T Kato 1
T Ebinuma 2
1. Earthquake Research Institute, The Univ. Tokyo
2. School of Engineering, The Univ. Tokyo
Accepted Poster
IAG 4194 S Khan 1 Geodetic measurements of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in Greenland S Khan 1
J Wahr 2
M Bevis 3
T v. Dam 4
1. DTU Space, National Space Institute, .
2. University of Colorado, Boulder
3. The Ohio State University, Ohio
4. University of Luxembourg
Accepted Oral
IAG 3621 T Kim 1 Validation of Inelasticity of Mantle by the Observation of Ocean-tide Corrected Gravimetric Tidal Factors T Kim 1
K Shibuya 1,2
K Doi 1,2
Y Aoyama 1,2
H Hayakawa 2
1. Department of Polar Science, The Graduate University For Advanced Studies
2. National Institute of Polar Research
Accepted Poster
IAG 3932 M King 1 Detection of Offsets in GPS timeseries Experiment (DOGEx) S Williams 1
M King 2
1. National Oceanography Centre
2. Newcastle University
Accepted Poster
IAG 1123 S Kirschner 1 Earth rotation parameters as boundary conditions for an inverse dynamic Earth system model S Kirschner 1
F Seitz 1
1. Earth Oriented Space Science And Technology (ESPACE), TU Munich Accepted Oral
IAG 2955 P Knudsen 1 GOCE User Toolbox and Tutorial for Solid Earth Physics P Knudsen 1
M Diament 2
I Planet 2
C Tscherning 3
J Benveniste 4
1. DTU Space
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
3. University of Copenhagen
4. ESA/ESRIN
Accepted Poster
IAG 1656 N Koether 1 Satellite gravity data: Applicability for lithospheric density modelling and reduction techniques for geophysical applications N Koether 1
H.J Goetze 2
O.H Luecke 3
1. University Of Kiel, Department of Geophysics Accepted Poster
IAG 3678 B Kontny 1 Local Diversity Of Contemporary Horizontal Deformation Field Of The Earth's Crust On The Area Of Central Europe Determined From GPS Data B Kontny 1 1. Wroclaw University Of Environmental And Life Sciences Accepted Poster
IAG 5470 M Korte 1 Geomagnetic Field Observation from Ground and Space M Korte 1 1. German Research Centre For Geosciences GFZ Accepted Oral
IAG 3094 E Kozlovskaya 1 Studying intraplate seismicity in northern Fennoscandian shield using the data of the POLENET/LAPNET experiment E Kozlovskaya 1
O Usoltseva 2
H Silvennoinen 1
  POLENET/LAPNET Working Group 3
1. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory/Oulu Unit, University Of Oulu, Finland
2. Institute of Geospheres Dynamics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
3. POLENET/LAPNET Working Group
Accepted Oral
IAG 3691 A Krankowski 1 IGS Global Ionosphere Maps: Current Stage and Future Improvements A Krankowski 1
P Wielgosz 1
M Hernandez-Pajares 2
1. University Of Warmia And Mazury
2. Technical University of Catalonia
Accepted Oral
IAG 1167 R Krasnoperov 1 Elastic rebound mechanism: GPS-observation analysis in relation to the 2004 Parkfield earthquake (M=6.0) V Kaftan 1
R Krasnoperov 2
P Yurovsky 3
1. Central Research Institute of Geodesy and Cartography
2. Geophysical Center of Russian Academy of Sciences
3. State University of Land Use Planning
Accepted Poster
IAG 3465 J Krynski 1 Analysis of time variations of the gravity field over Europe obtained from GRACE data in terms of geoid height and mass variations G Kloch-Glowka 1
M Szelachowska 1
J Krynski 1
1. Institute Of Geodesy And Cartography Accepted Poster
IAG 3122 M Kuhn 1 Monitoring Mass Transport in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia Using GRACE Time-Variable Gravity and In-Situ Observations M Kuhn 1
S Schmid 2
D Rieser 3
IM Anjasmara 1
O Baur 2
W Keller 2
1. Western Australian Centre for Geodesy & The Institute of Geoscience Research, Curtin University
2. Geodetic Institute, Universität Stuttgart
3. Institute of Navigation and Satellite Geodesy, Graz University of Technology
Accepted Oral
IAG 3116 M Kuhn 1 High-Resolution Gravity Field Modelling Through Iterative Point-Mass Fit M Kuhn 1
C Jekeli 2
1. Western Australian Centre for Geodesy, The Institute of Geoscience Research, Curtin University
2. School of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University
Accepted Poster
IAG 5582 Y Kwak 1,2 The First 24-Hour GPS-VLBI Hybrid Observation and Its Result Y Kwak 1,2
T Kondo 3
T Gotoh 3
J Amagai 3
H Takiguchi 3
M Sekido 3
R Ichikawa 3
T Sasao 4
J Cho 2
T Kim 1
1. Ajou University
2. Korea Astronomy And Space Science Institute
3. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
4. Yaeyama Star Club
Accepted Oral
IAG 4266 J Labrecque 1 The Importance of GGOS to Earth and Space Exploration J LaBrecque 1 1. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Accepted Oral
IAG 4109 F Ladstadter 1 Upper Air Temperature Records: A Comparison of GPS Radio Occultation, Radiosondes and MSU/AMSU in the Lower Stratosphere F Ladstaedter 1
A.K Steiner 1
L Haimberger 2
C Tavolato 2
U Foelsche 1
G Kirchengast 1
1. Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change (WEGC) and Institute for Geophysics, Astrophysics, and Meteorology/Inst. of Physics (IGAM/IP), University of Graz,
2. Department of Meteorology and Geophysics, University of Vienna,
Accepted Oral
IAG 718 A Larocca 1 Detection of Low Frequency Structures Oscillations on L1 GPS signal by Wavelets Analysis - Application on Monitoring Bridges A Larocca 1
R Schaal 2
G Guimaraes 1
D Blitzkow 1
1. Polytechnic School, Univeristy of Sao Paulo
2. Sao Carlos Engineering School, University of Sao Paulo
Accepted Oral
IAG 5008 K Le Bail 1 Decomposing LOD with Singular Spectral Analysis K Le Bail 1
J Gipson 1
D MacMillan 1
1. Nvi Inc. - Gsfc/nasa Accepted Oral
IAG 5752 K Le Bail 1 The Construction of ICRF2 and its impact on Terrestrial Reference Frame K Le Bail 1
C Ma 2
D Gordon 1
D MacMillan 1
S Bolotin 1
1. Nvi Inc. - GSFC/NASA
2. GSFC/NASA
Accepted Oral
IAG 5781 K Le Bail 1 Activities towards an Integrated Site of Next Generation Geodetic Instruments at GGAO D Behrend 1
K Le Bail 1
C Ma 2
J McGarry 2
J Gipson 1
1. NVI, Inc./NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
2. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Accepted Poster
IAG 2430 J Lee 1 The Update of Korean Precision Geoid Model J Lee 1
J.H Kwon 1
1. Department of Geoinformatics, The University Of Seoul Accepted Poster
IAG 4145 B Legresy 1 Antarctic interannual accumulation signals consistently monitored by GRACE satellite gravimetry and ENVISAT radar altimetry. M Horwath 1
B Legresy 2
F Remy 2
F Blarel 2
J.M Lemoine 3
1. Inst, Astr. Phys. Geod. TU-Munchen,
2. LEGOS (CNRS-UPS-CNES-IRD)
3. GET/CNES-GS(CNES-CNRS-IRD-UPS)
Accepted Oral
IAG 4146 B Legresy 1 Combining radar altimetry and gravimetry over antarctica for improved mass balance studies L Seoane-Corral 1
G Ramillien 1
B Legresy 2
1. GET, (CNRS-UPS-IRD) Toulouse,
2. LEGOS, (CNRS-CNES-UPS-IRD) Toulouse,
Accepted Poster
IAG 5839 F Lemoine 1 Combined weekly coordinate solutions from SLR and DORIS F Lemoine 1
D.S Chinn 2
K Le Bail 3
N.P Zelensky 2
S Melachroinos 2
J.W Beall 4
1. Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center
2. SGT Inc.
3. NVI Inc.
4. Raytheon Mission Operations and Services
Accepted Oral
IAG 5873 F Lemoine 1 Weekly Solutions of Time-Variable Gravity from 1993 to 2010 F Lemoine 1
D.S Chinn 2
K Le Bail 3
N.P Zelensky 2
S Melachroinos 2
J.W Beall 4
1. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
2. SGT Inc.,
3. NVI Inc.,
4. Raytheon Mission Operations and Services
Accepted Oral
IAG 2497 G Leonard 1 Analysis of landfast sea ice vertical and horizontal displacements derived from a combined precise relative Global Navigation Satellite System and Total Station measurement array G Leonard 1
J Wright 1
T Haskell 2
1. School Of Surveying, University Of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
2. Industrial Research Limited, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Accepted Oral
IAG 5167 M Lequentrec-Lalancette 1 Oceanic height references: How to meet the needs? M Lequentrec-Lalancette 1
L Pineau-Guillou 1
D Rouxel 1
1. Shom (French Hydrographic And Oceanographic Service) Accepted Oral
IAG 5168 M Lequentrec-Lalancette 1 Analysis of two geoid computation methods in a oceanic high relief area. M Lequentrec-Lalancette 1
D Rouxel 1
1. Shom (French Hydrographic And Oceanographic Service Accepted Poster
IAG 2651 L Lescarmontier 1,2 GPS integer PPP to investigate Mertz ice tongue movement. L Lescarmontier 1,2
B Legracsy 1
F Perosanz 3
F Mercier 3
S Loyer 4
R Coleman 2
1. Legos-Cnrs
2. University of Tasmania, Ace-CRC
3. CNES
4. CLS
Accepted Oral
IAG 3030 C Li 1 PL-RTK: A Pseudolite-based RTK System C Li 1
J Huang 1
Y Xu 1
T Zhang 1
M Wu 1
R Cai 1
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University Accepted Oral
IAG 4790 Y Li 1 Assessing the effects of rainfall events on GPS Radio Occultation Signals: A case study of Victoria Y Li 1
K Zhang 1
C Wang 1
R Norman 1
1. Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Research Centre, RMIT University Accepted Poster
IAG 4870 B Li 1 Array-bootstrapped Multivariate Integer Ambiguity resolution for Precise Baseline Determination B Li 1
P.J.G Teunissen 1,2
N Nadarajah 1
1. Curtin University of Technology
2. Delft University of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 3793 J Li 1,2 A Global Quasi-geoid Model Determined Based on EGM08 and Combined Digital Elevation Models W Shen 1,2
J Li 1
1. Department of Geophysics, School of Geodesy and Geomatics,Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Wuhan University
Accepted Oral
IAG 5834 M Lidberg 1 The search for the true crustal deformation in Fennoscandia from BIFROST M Lidberg 1
J M Johansson 2,3
H-G Scherneck 2
T Ning 2
1. Lantmateriet
2. Chalmers University of Technology
3. SP Technical research Institute of Sweden
Accepted Oral
IAG 5833 M Lidberg 1 Station calibration of the SWEPOS GNSS Network M Lidberg 1
P Jarlemark 2
J M Johansson 2,3
T Kempe 1
L Jivall 1
T Ning 3
1. Lantmateriet
2. SP Technical research Institute of Sweden
3. Chalmers University of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 810 T Lien 1 Hydrological effects at the Hsinchu (Taiwan) superconducting gravity station: models and observations T Lien 1
C Hwang 1
J Hinderer 2
C Cheng 1
J Boy 2
C De Linage 3
1. Dept of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg, CNRS/Universite de Strasbourg, France
3. Department of Earth System Science, University of California, USA
Accepted Oral
IAG 5952 M Lilje 1 Are There Any Practical Applications of a WHS? M Lilje 1
G Blick 2
M Higgins 3
R Sarib 4
1. Lantmateriet
2. Land Information
3. Department of Environment and Resource Management
4. Dept. Lands and Planning
Accepted Oral
IAG 5229 J Liu 1 Application of GPS Radio Occultation Technique to Weather, Climate and Space Weather: Results from the COSMIC Program W Schreiner 1
Y.-H. Kuo 1
1. University Corporation For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IAG 5344 J Liu 1, 2 Climate Observed by FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC during the 5-year Period of 2006-2011 J Liu 1, 2
Y.Y Sun 1
G.S Chang 2
C.H Lin 3
1. Institute of Space Science, National Central University
2. National Space Organization
3. Department of Earth Sciences, Cheng Kung University
Accepted Oral
IAG 3880 T Liwosz 1 On Consistence of Seasonal Crustal Deformation Derived from GRACE Data and Hydrology Models and measured by GPS and Absolute Gravimeter at the Jozefoslaw Observatory in Poland M Rajner 1
M Barlik 1
T Liwosz 1
T Olszak 1
J Rogowski 1
1. Warsaw University Of Technology, Department Of Geodesy And Geodetic Astronomy Accepted Poster
IAG 4026 T Liwosz 1 Comparing GPS and GPS/GLONASS Solutions within Permanent Regional Network T Liwosz 1
J Rogowski 1
1. Warsaw Univeristy Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 4106 T Liwosz 1 GPS Based and Meteorological IPW Data Sets – Conformity and Quality Assessment M Kruczyk 1
T Liwosz 1
1. Warsaw University Of Technology, Department of Geodesy And Geodetic Astronomy Accepted Poster
IAG 3830 B Luck 1 Signature Of Rapid And Large Atmospheric Pressure Variations In Absolute And Relative Gravity Measurements B Luck 1
J.P Boy 1
M Calvo 1
J Hinderer 1
Y Rogister 1
S Rosat 1
1. EOST/IPGS  University of Strasbourg CNRS Accepted Poster
IAG 1149 X Luo 1 Analysing time series of PPP residuals by means of ARMA processes X Luo 1
M Mayer 1
B Heck 1
1. Geodetic Institute, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Accepted Oral
IAG 1150 X Luo 1 A realistic and easy-to-implement weighting model for GNSS phase observations X Luo 1
M Mayer 1
B Heck 1
1. Geodetic Institute, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Accepted Poster
IAG 3043 Z Luo 1,2,3 Estimates of terrestrial water storage variation in China from GRACE Z Luo 1,2,3
Q Li 1
K Zhang 1
B Zhong 1,2
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Ministry of Education, Wuhan University
3. State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University
Accepted Poster
IAG 3044 Z Luo 1,2,3 Simulation Study on Gravity Modeling Based on 3D Delaunay Triangulation Algorithm Z Luo 1,2,3
Z Li 1
B Zhong 1,2
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Ministry of Education, Wuhan University
3. State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University
Accepted Poster
IAG 557 S Mahmoud 1 NRIAG's Role to Mitigate Earthquake Disasters in Egypt Using GPS and Seismic Data S Mahmoud 1
A.M El-Shahat 1
1. National Research Institute Of Astronomy And Geophysics (Nriag), Helwan Accepted Oral
IAG 4186 R Malservisi 1 Constraining Nubia plate rigidity from Continuous GPS observations R Malservisi 1
U Hugentobler 2
M Hackl 3
R Wonnacott 4
1. University Of South Florida
2. Technical University Munich
3. Ludwig-Maximilians University
4. National Geospatial Information
Accepted Poster
IAG 5337 M Mandea 1 What the Potential Fields Satellite Missions Tell Us About the Earth's Core? M Mandea 1
I Panet 2
M Diament 2
O de Viron 2
V Lesur 3
1. Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines - Centre Européen Arctique
2. Université Paris Diderot - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Paris
3. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam
Accepted Oral
IAG 5021 T Manning 1 Preliminary integrated solutions of troposphere tomography using both ground-based and space-borne satellite systems T Manning 1
K Zhang 1
D Wen 1
C Wang 1
R Norman 1
1. Rmit University Accepted Poster
IAG 3634 U Marti 1 Local Realisation of a World Height System by Using Levelling Data U Marti 1
C Hirt 2
A Schlatter 1
1. Federal Office of Topography swisstopo
2. Curtin University of Western Australia
Accepted Oral
IAG 2176 U Marti 1 Report on the Activities of SC 2.4 'Regional Geoid Determination' U Marti 1
H Denker 2
D Roman 3
H Abd-Elmotaal 4
M Scheinert 5
M Pacino 6
W Kearsley 7
1. Federal Office Of Topography
2. Institut für Erdmessung
3. NGS
4. Minia University
5. TU Dresden
6. FCEIA-UNR
7. University of NSW
Accepted Poster
IAG 5115 A Matos 1 GOCE and the geoid in South America A Matos 1
D Blitzkow 1
G Guimarães 1
M.C Lobianco 2
1. University of Sao Paulo
2. Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística
Accepted Poster
IAG 5116 A Matos 1 The use of Spatial Tecniques for the Establisment of a Vertical Reference in the Brazilian Amazon A Matos 1
S.M Costa 2
D Blitzkow 1
1. University Of Sao Paulo
2. Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística
Accepted Poster
IAG 3618 K Matthes 1 Assimilation of Earth Rotation Parameters into an Atmosphere Model L Neef 1
Katja Matthes 1,2
1. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, German Centre For Geosciences - GFZ
2. Freie Universitat Berlin, Institut fur Meteorologie
Accepted Poster
IAG 5053 K Matthes 1 Analysis of the Angular Momentum Budget in an Earth System Model C Petrick 1
K Matthes 1 2
1. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Gfz German Research Centre For Geosciences
2. Institut fuer Meteorologie, Freie Universitaet Berlin (FUB)
Accepted Poster
IAG 1429 E Mazurova 1 Quasigeoid Height Evaluation on the basis of Discrete Linear Transforms E Mazurova 1 1. Moscow State University Of Geodesy And Cartography(MIIGAiK) Accepted Poster
IAG 1401 A Mazzoni 1 Real-time GPS seismology with a stand-alone receiver trough a variometric approach A Mazzoni 1
M Crespi 1
G Colosimo 1
1. AGG-DICEA La Sapienza Università Di Roma Accepted Oral
IAG 4475 S McClusky 1 Great Earthquakes and the Stability of the Australian Plate: Implications for Terrestrial Reference Frame Definition. S McClusky 1
P Tregoning 1
C Watson 2
R Burgette 2
S Lejeune 3
1. Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
2. Surveying and Spatial Science Group, School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS, Australia
3. Royal Meteorological Institute, Brussels, Belgium
Accepted Oral
IAG 1732 I Meilano 1 Geodetic Observation of Strain Accumulation in the West of Java Island I Meilano 1
H.Z Abidin 1
H Andreas 1
I Gumilar 1
D Sarsito 1
C Subarya 2
F Kimata 3
N.R Hanifa 3
T Kato 4
1. Institute Technology Of Bandung, Faculty Of Earth Science And Technology
2. National Coordinating Agency for Surveys and Mapping, Indonesia
3. Nagoya University
4. The University of Tokyo
Accepted Oral
IAG 3081 G Meng 1 Co- and Postseismic Deformation of the 14 April 2010 Ms7.1 Yushu, Qinghai, China Earthquake Determined by GPS and InSAR Data G Meng 1
X Su 1
S Hong 1
Y Shao 1
J Ren 1
1. Institute Of Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration Accepted Oral
IAG 2337 J Mi 1 Research on GNSS integrity monitoring system J Mi 1
Y Dang 1
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping Accepted Poster
IAG 2931 V Mikhaylov 1,2 Robustness of Rupture Surface Reconstruction Using SAR, GPS and Surface Data: A Case Study of Altai 27.09.2003 Earthquake V Mikhaylov 1,2
S Polyakov 1
E Kiseleva 1
E Timoshkina 1
M Diament 2
N Shapiro 2
1. Schmidt Institute Of Physics Of The Earth, Russian Academy Of Sciences, Moscow
2. Institut de physique du Globe de Paris, France
Accepted Oral
IAG 5881 J Minster 1 The ICSU World Data System: a Global Community of Excellence J Minster 1
  ICSU-WDS Scientific Committee 1
1. ICSU World Data System Scientific Committee Accepted Oral
IAG 5892 J Minster 1 The ICSU World Data System as a Global System of Data Systems J Minster 1
  ICSU-WDS Scientific Committee 1
1. Icsu World Data System Scientific Committee Accepted Poster
IAG 1699 B Mohaghegh 1 Application of InSAR in Subsidence Monitoring and Analysis, Case Study: Hamadan State of Iran B Mohaghegh 1
M Ehteshami-Moinabadi 2
R Heidari 3
1. National Geoscience Database OF Iran(Ngdir)
2. Khanehsazi Iran Company
3. Department of Geology, Tarbiat Modares University
Accepted Poster
IAG 3780 P Montone 1 The Italian present-day stress map P Montone 1
M.T Mariucci 1
S Pierdominici 1
1. IIstituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) Accepted Poster
IAG 5719 P Moore 1 A Newly Reanalyzed Data set of GPS-Determined Antarctic Vertical Rates: A Useful Constraint for a new GIA Model of Antarctica I Thomas 1
P Whitehouse 2
M Bentley 2
M King 1
P Moore 1
1. School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Newcastle University
2. Department of Geography, Durham University
Accepted Oral
IAG 2681 P Moore 1 Antarctic Ice Mass Trends and Accelerations from GRACE Revisited Considering Autocorrelation P Moore 1
S Williams 2
M King 1
1. Newcastle University
2. National Oceanography Centre
Accepted Poster
IAG 3091 J Mueller 1 Lunar Laser Ranging: Recent Results Based on Refined Modelling J Mueller 1
F Hofmann 1
X Fang
L Biskupek
1. University Of Hannover, Institute Of Geodesy Accepted Oral
IAG 3859 J Mueller 1 Mass variations from GRACE and changes of the permafrost hydrological processes in Central Yakutia, Siberia J Mueller 1
S Vey 1
J Boike 2
1. University Of Hannover, Institute Of Geodesy
2. Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam
Accepted Oral
IAG 5728 M Murböck 1 Scientific assessment for future satellite missions observing temporal gravity field variations M Murböck 1
R Pail 1
1. Institut Fur Astronomische Und Physikalische Geodasie, Technische Universitat Munchen Accepted Poster
IAG 5694 T Musa 1 GPS Meteorology: Derivation of Mean Temperature for Peninsular Malaysia T Musa 1
S Ses 1
K Omar 1
W A Wan Aris 1
A Sharifuddin 1
1. GNSS & Geodynamics Research Group, Infocomm Research Alliance, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Accepted Poster
IAG 4875 N Nadarajah 1 Instantaneous GNSS Attitude Determination for Remote Sensing Platforms N Nadarajah 1
G Giorgi 2
P J G Teunissen 1,2
1. Curtin University
2. Delft University of Technology
Accepted Oral
IAG 3623 M Naeimi 1,2 A combined land uplift model in Fennoscandia based on GRACE and absolute gravimetry data M Naeimi 1,2
J Mueller 1
O Gitlein 1
1. Institute of Geodesy, University of Hanover
2. QUEST, Centre for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Research, University of Hanover
Accepted Oral
IAG 5358 J Nastula 1 Regional Multi-fluid-based Geophysical Excitation of Polar Motion J Nastula 1
D.A Salstein 2
R Gross 3
1. Space Research Centre of the PAS
2. Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.
3. Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Accepted Oral
IAG 4765 R Norman 1 Simulating GPS Radio Occultation using 3-D ray tracing R Norman 1
J Le Marshall 2
K Zhang 1
C Wang 1
D Wen 1
Y Li 1
S Gordon 1
1. Rmit University
2. Bureau of Meteorology
Accepted Poster
IAG 4766 R Norman 1 Comparing GPS Radio Occultation observations with Radiosonde measurements in the Australian region R Norman 1
J Le Marshall 2
K Zhang 1
C Wang 1
T Manning 1
Y Li 1
1. Rmit University
2. Bureau of Meteorology
Accepted Poster
IAG 5488 P Novak 1 Contributions of an Integrated Geodetic Infrastructure to Current Geodetic Projects: Geodetic Observatory Pecný, Czech Republic J Dousa 1
V Filler 1
J Kostelecky 1
J Kostelecky (jr) 1
P Novak 1
V Palinkas 1
V Plicka 1
P Stepanek 1
M Valko 1
1. Research Institute Of Geodesy, Topography And Cartography Accepted Poster
IAG 4767 D Odijk 1 An Accuracy Analysis of PPP-RTK Network Corrections D Odijk 1
P.J.G Teunissen 1
B Zhang 1
1. Curtin University Accepted Poster
IAG 3851 T Ozawa 1 Crustal deformation researches in Japanese InSAR community (PIXEL) T Ozawa 1
M Furuya 2
Y Fukushima 3
Y Aoki 4
S Ando 5
J Oikawa 4
Y Takada 3
M Shimada 6
1. NIED, Japan
2. Hokkaido University
3. Kyoto University
4. ERI, The University of Tokyo
5. Meteorological Research Institute
6. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Accepted Poster
IAG 3712 S Ozdemir 1 Monitoring Deformation at the Intersection of Eurasian, Anatolian and Arabian Plates S Ozdemir 1
B Aktug 1
O Lenk 1
M Kurt 1
E Parmaksiz 1
1. General Command Of Mapping Accepted Oral
IAG 649 M Pacino 1 Water storage changes from grace data in the La Plata Basin (Argentina) M Pacino 1
A Pereira 1
1. Universidad Nacional De Rosario Accepted Oral
IAG 648 M Pacino 1 Detection of ice mass changes in the patagonia from grace data M Pacino 1
M Milicich 1
1. Universidad Nacional De Rosario Accepted Poster
IAG 2985 M Pacino 1 Geodetic and geophysical results from gravity and gps surveys in mount aconcagua (Mendoza, Argentina) M Pacino 1
S Miranda 2
L Lenzano 3
S Cimbaro 4
E Jäger 1
1. Universidad Nacional De Rosario
2. Universidad Nacional de San Juan
3. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
4. Instituto Geográfico Nacional
Accepted Poster
IAG 3845 R Pacione 1 Estimating Zenith Total Delay Fields by using Ground-Based GPS data R Pacione 1
B Pace 1
C Sciarretta 1
F Vespe 2
G Bianco 2
1. e-GEOS, ASI/CGS
2. Agenzia Spaziale Italiana
Accepted Oral
IAG 3846 R Pacione 1 Multi-technique EOP values and Geodetic Excitation Functions at ASI-CGS C Sciarretta 1
V Luceri 1
R Lanotte 1
R Pacione 1
G Bianco 2
1. e-GEOS, ASI/CGS
2. Agenzia Spaziale Italiana
Accepted Poster
IAG 893 K Paes Jamur 1 Study Of Alternatives To Combine Satellite And Terrestrial Gravity Information In Regions With Poor Gravity Covarage. K Paes Jamur 1
S Rogério Correia de Freitas 2
H Montecino Castro 3
1. Universidade Federal Do Paraná
2. Universidade Federal Do Paraná
3. Universidade Federal Do Paraná
Accepted Poster
IAG 972 K Paes Jamur 1 Connection of Imbituba and Santana Brazilian vertical datums based on satellite gravimetry and residual terrain model H Montecino 1
S Freitas 2
K Jamur 3
1. Federal University Of Parana
2. Federal University Of Parana
3. Federal University Of Parana
Accepted Poster
IAG 3668 J Paffenholz 1 Integration of Uncertainty Measures into a Direct Geo-Referencing of 3D Point Clouds J Paffenholz 1
H Kutterer 1
1. Geodetic Institute, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitaet Hannover Accepted Oral
IAG 3964 S Pagiatakis 1 Second-order ionospheric and dispersion residual effects on the GPS/RO-derived atmospheric parameters S Pagiatakis 1
P Vergados 1
1. York University
2. Earth and Space Science and Engineering, York University
Accepted Oral
IAG 3954 R Pail 1 Time-wise global GOCE gravity field models and their use for modelling ocean circulation R Pail 1
A Albertella 1
H Goiginger 2
D Rieser 2
J.M Brockmann 3
W-D Schuh 3
R Savcenko 4
1. Institute for Astronomical and Physical Geodesy , Technische Universität München
2. Institute of Theoretical Geodesy und Satellite Geodesy, Graz University of Technology
3. Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn
4. Deutsches Geodaetisches Forschungsinstitut
Accepted Poster
IAG 832 A Palmeiro 1 DISCUSSION OF TWO APPROACHS FO LINKING THE BRAZILIAN VERTICAL DATUM TO A GLOBAL HEIGHT SYSTEM A Palmeiro 1
S de Freitas 1
1. Federal University Of Paraná Accepted Poster
IAG 564 P Patel 1 Estimation of Geoidal Undulation Using GPS and Levelling Data in Western India P Patel 1 1. Institute of Technology, Nirma University Accepted Poster
IAG 2287 A Pavelyev 1 Bistatic remote sensing of the atmosphere and Earth’s surface using GNSS radio occultation signals A Pavelyev 1
K Zhang 2
S.S Matyugov 1
Y.A Liou 3
O.I Yakovlev 1
Y Kuleshov 2
1. Institute Of Radio Engineering And Electronics, Moscow, Russia
2. RMIT University, Melbourne Australia
3. CSRSR, NCU, Taiwan
Accepted Oral
IAG 1384 A Pavelyev 1 Application of the eikonal acceleration/intensity technique to study radio-meteorological characteristics of the atmosphere by use of GPS occultation data A Pavelyev 1
S Matyugov
O Yakovlev
A Pavelyev
J Wickert
Y.A Liou
T Schmidt
1. Institute Of Radio Engineering And Electronics
2. Institute Of Radio Engineering And Electronics
3. Institute Of Radio Engineering And Electronics
4. Institute Of Radio Engineering And Electronics
5. GeoForschungZentrum-Potsdam
6. Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research
7. GeoForschungZentrum-Potsdam
Accepted Poster
IAG 3312 L Paxton 1 Building a Virtual Organization for Space Weather and Climate Adaptation - Connecting Research to Operations L Paxton 1
M Weiss 1
R Schaefer 1
W Swartz 1
S Simpkins 1
S Babin 1
1. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAG 636 C Pearson 1 Towards an integrated model of deformation along the western margin of North America C Pearson 1
R Snay 2
R McCaffrey 3
1. National Geodetic Survey
2. National Geodetic Survey Retired
3. Department of Geology, Portland State University
Accepted Oral
IAG 668 C Pearson 1 Managing crustal motion models using GIS K Kelly 1
C Pearson 2
1. Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.
2. U.S. National Geodetic Survey
Accepted Poster
IAG 4162 N Penna 1 Non-tidal Ocean Loading Effects on GPS Height Time Series N Penna 1
S Williams 2
1. Newcastle University
2. National Oceanography Centre, Liverpool
Accepted Oral
IAG 5700 P Poli 1 Integrating Atmospheric Observations into Global Reanalysis P Poli 1
DP Dee 1
J-N Thepaut 1
1. European Centre For Medium-Range Weather Forecasts Accepted Oral
IAG 4002 A Pollet 1 Combination of space geodetic measurements during CONT08 A Pollet 1
D Coulot 1
1. IGN/LAREG & GRGS Accepted Oral
IAG 774 M Ponraj 1 Estimation of strain and Slip distribution around the Central and Western Himalaya inferred from GPS observations M Ponraj 1
S Miura 2
C.D Reddy 1
S Amirtharaj 1
S.H Mahajan 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism
2. Graduate School of Science Tohoku University Aoba-ku  Sendai-9808578 Japan
Accepted Poster
IAG 5084 M Poutanen 1 Future and Development of the European Combined Geodetic Network ECGN M Poutanen 1 1. Finnish Geodetic Institute Accepted Oral
IAG 5013 M Poutanen 1 Monitoring Local Crustal Deformations in Western Finland Using GPS Measurements S Nyberg 1
U Kallio 1
M Poutanen 1
1. Finnish Geodetic Institute Accepted Poster
IAG 1678 S Prajapati 1 Plate boundary deformation following the December 26, 2004 Andaman-Sumatra Earthquake revealed by Global Positioning System Observations and Moment Tensor Solutions S Prajapati 1
Sunil P S 2
Divakar Reddy 2
1. Ministry Of Earth Sciences
2. Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
Accepted Poster
IAG 5150 A Purcell 1 Deriving GIA-induced Uplift Rates from Observations of Gravitational Potential A Purcell 1
A Dehecq 2
P Tregoning 1
K Lambeck 1
S McClusky 1
E.K Potter 1
1. Australian National University
2. Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris
Accepted Oral
IAG 3056 X Qiao 1 Study on the Crustal Deformation in Kashi Depression and the Border Region of Pamir and the South Tianshan by GPS and InSAR X Qiao 1
S Yang
Q Wang
K Tan
1. Institute Of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration Accepted Poster
IAG 5334 G Radulescu 1 Static and dynamic Continuous Monitoring of the Structures, with a new detection system- optical fiber sensors G Radulescu 1
Vi.M.G Radulescu 1
A.T.G Radulescu 1
D Coman 2
1. North University
2. Geodatasystem
Accepted Oral
IAG 5310 G Radulescu 1 Monitoring of the Evolution of the Cone of Subsidence Produced  by the Sub-terraines  Holes   Through the GNSS Technology  and Total Station Measurments. G Radulescu 1 1. North University Accepted Poster
IAG 2068 S Razeghi 1 Position time series analysis of Iranian Permanent GPS Stations S Razeghi 1
A Amiri Simkooei 2
M.A Sharifi 3
1. Department Of Surveying And Geomatics Engineering, college Of Engineering, University Of Tehran
2. Acoustic Remote Sensing Group, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
3. Department Of Surveying And Geomatics Engineering, college Of Engineering, University Of Tehran
Accepted Poster
IAG 1119 C Reddy 1 Seismotectonics and geodynamics of northeast Himalaya region from GPS observations C Reddy 1
P.S. Sunil 1
Sanjay K Prajapati 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IAG 2071 G Retscher 1 Earth on the Edge - Applications of Geodesy in Engineering G Retscher 1
G Mentes 2
A Reiterer 3
1. Vienna University Of Technology, Austria
2. Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary
3. Technical University Munich, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAG 2072 G Retscher 1 Indoor navigation on the Edge - Report of IAG WG 4.1.2 G Retscher 1
A Kealy
1. Vienna University Of Technology, Austria
2. Melbourne University, Australia
Accepted Poster
IAG 2095 B Richter 1 ERIS - The Earth Rotation Information System B Richter 1
A Niederhoefer 1
1. Federal Agency For Cartography And Geodesy Accepted Poster
IAG 2096 B Richter 1 IVS combination centre at BKG – Combined solution vs. individual solution B Richter 1
S Bachmann 1
1. Federal Agency For Cartography And Geodesy Accepted Poster
IAG 2097 B Richter 1 The GGOS Portal – a “social network” for geodata B Richter 1
S Bachmann 1
A Niederhoefer 1
1. Federal Agency For Cartography And Geodesy Accepted Poster
IAG 3933 D Rieser 1 Status and activities in the processing of GOCE-combined models (GOCO) H Goiginger 1
D Rieser 1
T Mayer-Guerr 1
R Pail 2
A Maier 3
A Jaeggi 4
W-D Schuh 5
1. Institute of Theoretical Geodesy and Satellite Geodesy, Graz University of Technology
2. Institute of Astronomical and Physical Geodesy, Technische Universitaet Muenchen
3. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences
4. Astronomical Institute, University of Bern
5. Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn
Accepted Oral
IAG 5969 D Rieser 1 GOCE Gradients for Regional Gravity Field Solutions with Least Squares Collocation D Rieser 1
R Pail 2
1. Institute Of Theoretical Geodesy And Satellite Geodesy
2. Institut Of Astronomical And Physical Geodesy
Accepted Poster
IAG 4558 J Ritchie 1 Rebuilding the New Zealand Geodetic Network Following the Canterbury Earthquake J Ritchie 1
M Amos 1
N Donnelly 1
1. Land Information New Zealand Accepted Poster
IAG 5233 C Rizos 1 Multi-GNSS Carrier Phase Measurements: A Receiver Designer's Perspective E Glennon 1
C Rizos 1
1. School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales Accepted Oral
IAG 586 C Roberts 1 Network RTK services in tectonically active regions C Roberts 1 1. School Of Surveying And Spatial Information Systems Accepted Oral
IAG 3652 S Roedelsperger 1 Near real-time monitoring concept of mass movements with ground based SAR S Roedelsperger 1
G Laufer 1
A Eichhorn 2
C Gerstenecker 1
M Becker 1
1. Institute of Physical Geodesy, TU Darmstadt, Germany
2. Geodetic Institute, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAG 3847 Y Rogister 1 Study of Parametric Resonance in Earth Nutation Y Ziegler 1
H Legros 1
Y Rogister 1
S Rosat 1
1. Eost/ipgs University Of Strasbourg Cnrs Accepted Poster
IAG 957 D Roman 1 Comparison of Extensive Aerogravity Surveys to EGM2008. D Roman 1
S Preaux 2
V Childers 1
S Holmes 3
T Diehl 1
1. Noaa's National Geodetic Survey
2. DST, Inc.
3. SGT, Inc.
Accepted Oral
IAG 1674 S Rosat 1 Noise Levels of Superconducting Gravimeters and Expected Amplitude of the Inner Core Translation: Impact on its Detectability S Rosat 1
Y Rogister 1
J Hinderer 1
1. EOST/IPGS  University of Strasbourg CNRS Accepted Oral
IAG 5849 M Rothacher 1 The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS): Quantifying Earth Changes in Space and Time M Rothacher 1
R Neilan 2
1. ETH Zurich, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry
2. NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Accepted Oral
IAG 4604 K Roy 1 The Global Scale Impact of Climate Change on the Secular Trends of Earth Rotation Parameters K Roy 1
W.R Peltier 1
1. University Of Toronto Accepted Oral
IAG 5483 S Rozsa 1 An Accuracy Analysis of the Troposphere Models Applied for Water Vapour Estimations Based on Radiosounding Data S Rozsa 1 1. Department Of Geodesy And Surveying, Budapest University Of Technology And Economics Accepted Poster
IAG 5484 S Rozsa 1 Near-real Time Estimation of Integrated Water Vapour from GNSS Observations in Hungary S Rozsa 1
A Kenyeres 2
T Weidinger 3
1. Department Of Geodesy And Surveying, Budapest University Of Technology And Economics
2. Satellite Geodetic Observatory, Institute of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing
3. Department of Meteorology, Eotvos Lorand University
Accepted Poster
IAG 4725 T Sagiya 1 Dense GPS Observation and Deformation Characteristics Around Active Fault Zones in Central Japan T Sagiya 1
M Ohzono 2
T Nishimura 3
K Ozawa 1
Y Hoso 4
1. Nagoya University
2. Tohoku University
3. Geospatial Information Authority of Japan
4. DPRI, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAG 1692 L Sanchez 1 Numerical approach for a unified World Height System L Sanchez 1 1. German Geodetic Research Institute Accepted Oral
IAG 2656 L Sanchez 1 Status and new perspectives of the SIRGAS reference frame L Sanchez 1
C Brunini 2
V Mackern 3
W Martinez 4
R Luz 5
1. German Geodetic Research Institute
2. Universidad Nacional de La Plata
3. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
4. Instituto Geográfico Agustín Codazzi
5. Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica
Accepted Oral
IAG 5383 G Sandford 1 Analysis of Ausgeoid09 in South Australia G Sandford 1 1. Department For Transport, Energy & Infrastructure, Government Of South Australia Accepted Poster
IAG 3252 J Sang 1 Deriving Accurate Atmospheric Mass Density from Precision Position Information of Space Objects J Sang 1
C Smith 1
K Zhang 2
1. EOS Space Systems Pty Ltd
2. RMIT University
Accepted Poster
IAG 3698 F Sanso 1 The Mist Experiment: Tropospheric Effects Retrieval From A Local, Multiscale Network Of GNSS Receivers And The Statistical Analysis Of The Estimated Zenith And Slant Delays G Venuti 1
L Biagi 1
MG Visconti 1
1. Polytechnic of Milan - Campus of Como Accepted Oral
IAG 5662 F Sanso 1 The Height Datum Problem Taking Covariances Into Account A Gatti 1
F Sansò 1
1. DIIAR, Sezione Rilevamento, Politecnico di Milano Accepted Poster
IAG 5663 F Sanso 1 A Space-Wise Gravity Field Model From One Year Of Goce Data M Reguzzoni 1
A Gatti 1
F Migliaccio 1
F Sansò 1
1. DIIAR, Sezione Rilevamento, Politecnico di Milano Accepted Poster
IAG 5063 M Santos 1 Generation and Assessment of VMF1-Type Grids Using North-American Numerical Weather Models L Urquhart 1
F Nievinski 1
M Santos 1
J Boehm 2
1. University Of New Brunswick
2. Technical University of Vienna
Accepted Oral
IAG 4963 M Santos 1 Poisson Downward Continuation by the Relaxed Jacobi Technique R Kingdon 1
P Vanicek 1
M Santos 1
1. University Of New Brunswick Accepted Poster
IAG 5064 M Santos 1 Evaluation of Asymmetric Tropospheric Delay Models by Ray-tracing Through Numerical Weather Models L Urquhart 1
F Nievinski 1
M Santos 1
1. University Of New Brunswick Accepted Poster
IAG 5182 M Santos 1 Global Assessment of UNB’s Online Precise Point Positioning Software L Urquhart 1
C Garcia 1
M Santos 1
R Langley 1
R Leandro 2
1. University Of New Brunswick
2. Trimble Terrasat GmbH
Accepted Poster
IAG 5186 M Santos 1 Report from Sub-Commission 4.3: Remote Sensing and Modelling of the Atmosphere M Santos 1
J Wickert 2
1. University Of New Brunswick
2. GFZ-Potsdam
Accepted Poster
IAG 5797 M Santos 1 An investigation on the spectral Peaks in IGS REPRO1 time series J Mtamakaya 1
M Santos 1
M Craymer 2
1. University Of New Brunswick
2. Natural Resources Canada
Accepted Poster
IAG 1744 D Sarsito 1 Geometric and Kinematic Modelling of  Sulawesi-East Kalimantan Zone Based on GNSS-GPS and Global Gravitation Data D Sarsito 1
H.Z Abidin 1
B Sapiie 1
W Triyoso 1
I Meilano 1
T.P Sidiq 1
A.D Mahendra 1
1. Institute Technology Of Bandung, Faculty Of Earth Science And Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 744 C Satirapod 1 Vertical Motions in Thailand after the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake from GPS Observations and Its Geophysical Modelling C Satirapod 1
I Trisirisatayawong 1
L Fleitout 2
1. Department Of Survey Engineering, Chulalongkorn University
2. Geology Laboratory, Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS)
Accepted Oral
IAG 4580 H Sato 1 Evolution of the fold-and-thrust belt, Niigata back-arc basin, central Japan H Sato 1
S Abe 2
N Kawai 3
N Kato 1
T Iwasaki 1
H Saito 2
K Shiraishi 2
T Ishiyama 1
M Inaba 3
1. Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
2. JGI, Inc.
3. Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd.
Accepted Oral
IAG 5701 M Satomura 1 Micro displacements obtained from very dense GPS network M Satomura 1
R Ikuta 1
A Fujita 1
Y Hashimoto 1
S Shimada 2
T Kato 3
Y Harada 4
1. Faculty Of Science, Shizuoka University
2. National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
3. Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
4. School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University
Accepted Oral
IAG 2782 B Schaefer 1 Applications of body-mounted MEMS inertial sensors B Schaefer 1
F Wild-Pfeiffer 1
W Xue 1
C Becker 2
U Lindemann 2
1. Institute of Navigation, University of Stuttgart
2. Department of Clinical Gerontology, Robert-Bosch-Hospital,
Accepted Oral
IAG 3905 M Scheinert 1 Mean Sea-Surface Topography in the Weddell Sea Region, Antarctica, from ICESat Laser Altimetry and a Regional Geoid Solution M Scheinert 1
H Ewert 1
J Schwabe 1
V Lieb 1
R Dietrich 1
1. TU Dresden, Germany Accepted Oral
IAG 3904 M Scheinert 1 The Gravity Field and Regional Geoid Determination in Antarctica (Progress of the Commission Project 2.4 Antarctic Geoidâ M Scheinert 1 1. TU Dresden, Germany Accepted Poster
IAG 3906 M Scheinert 1 The Application of the New German 'High Altitude and Long Range Research Aircraft' (HALO) for Airborne Geodesy and Geophysics M Scheinert 1
F Barthelmes 2
C Forste 2
S Petrovic 2
H Pflug 2
J Schwabe 1
R Dietrich 1
V Lesur 2
A Gebler 2
A Geiger 3
1. TU Dresden
2. GFZ German Research Centre For Geosciences
3. Institute For Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
4. Institut De Ciències De L'Espai (ICE)
5. Federal Institute For Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)
Accepted Poster
IAG 1711 P Schindler 1 High precision deformation monitoring at the Geodynamic Observatory Moxa/Thuringia, Germany: The new three-component laser-strainmeter assembly T Jahr 1
G Jentzsch 1
N Kukowski 1
P Schindler 1
1. Friedrich Schiller University, Institute of Geosciences Accepted Poster
IAG 2857 T Schöne 1 Tide Gauge Benchmark Monitoring - The IGS TIGA Project T Schöne 1
  TIGA Working Group 2
1. 1GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences Accepted Oral
IAG 2859 T Schöne 1 High-Altitude Glacier Observatory – Ground Truth for CryoSat-2 C Zech 1
T Schone 1
A Zubovich 2
H Thoss 1
U Wetzel 1
1. GFZ Potsdam
2. CAIGA, Kyrgyzstan
Accepted Poster
IAG 2804 U Schreiber 1 Ring laser detection of the chandler wobble K Schreiber 1
A Gebauer 2
T Kluegel 1
J Wells 3
1. Bundesamt fuer Kartographie und Geodaesie
2. Technische Universitaet Muenchen
3. University of Canterbury
Accepted Oral
IAG 4929 H Schuh 1 VLBI2010: Next Generation VLBI System for Geodesy and Astrometry H Schuh 1
H Hase 2
D Behrend 3
B Corey 4
C Ma 5
A Niell 4
W Petrachenko 6
A Whitney 4
1. Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, TU Wien, Austria
2. Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie, Geodätisches Observatorium Wettzell, Bad Kötzting, Germany
3. NVI, Inc., Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA
4. Haystack Observatory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Westford, MA, USA
5. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA
6. Natural Resources Canada, Penticton, BC, Canada
Accepted Oral
IAG 5298 M Sedighi 1 Vertical Deformation Monitoring by Insar and Levelling in the North-West of Iran M Sedighi 1
F Tavakoli 1
H.R Nankali 1
S Arabi 1
1. National Cartographic Center Accepted Poster
IAG 2631 M Seitz 1 Consistent adjustment of combined terrestrial and celestial reference frames M Seitz 1
P Steigenberger 2
T Artz 3
R Heinkelmann 1
D Angermann 1
1. Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut
2. Institut für Astronomische und Physikalische Geodäsie, Technische Universität München
3. Institut für Geodäsie und Geoinformation
Accepted Oral
IAG 3747 F Seitz 1 Multi-Sensor Space And In-Situ Monitoring Of Extreme Hydrological Conditions In The Amazon Region F Seitz 1
Michael Schmidt 2
C.K. Shum 3
Karin Hedman 1
Franz Meyer 4
Hyongki Lee 3
1. Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology (ESPACE)
2. Deutsches Geodatisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI)
3. Geodetic Science, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University
4. University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), Section Earth and Planetary Remote Sensing
Accepted Oral
IAG 4069 F Seitz 1 Application Of INSAR And GRACE Observations For The Assessment Of Groundwater Storage Depletion F Seitz 1
M Motagh 2
C Lubitz 2
1. Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology
2. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Telegrafenberg
Accepted Poster
IAG 5616 M Sekowski 1 On the Estimate of Accuracy and Reliability of the A10 Free Fall Gravimeter M Sekowski 1
J Krynski 1
J Makinen 2
1. Institute Of Geodesy And Cartography
2. Finnish Geodetic Institute
Accepted Poster
IAG 3432 S Shabala 1 AGN Core Shift and Source Structure Effects on the VLBI Reference Frame S Shabala 1
J Lovell 1
C Watson 2
J Dickey 1
1. School of Mathematics and Physics, University Of Tasmania
2. School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania
Accepted Oral
IAG 5578 A Shabanloui 1 Estimation of Phase Center Variation and its Effect on Precise Orbit Determination A Shabanloui 1
J Kusche 1
1. Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn Accepted Oral
IAG 5577 A Shabanloui 1 Global GOCE Gravity Field Models From Different Orbit Products J Schall 1
T Mayer-Gürr 2
A Eicker 1
A Shabanloui 1
1. Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn
2. Institute of Theoretical Geodesy and Satellite Geodesy, Graz University of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAG 1372 M Shafiei Joud 1 The Application of Harmonic and 2nd Generation Wavelets in the Coastal Geoid Determination M Shafiei Jood 1
V Ebrahimzade A. 2
1. Eshragh Institute Of Technology
2. Tehran Istitute of Geophysics
Accepted Oral
IAG 3748 D Shanker 1 b- Value and Energy Release Pattern in Seismogenic Region of Nepal Himalaya and vicinity - Paradigm of Earthquake Hazard D Shanker 1
H.N Singh 2
H Paudyal 3
1. Department of Earthquake Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee-247667, INDIA
2. Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Science, Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi-221 005, INDIA
3. Department of Physics, Birendra Multiple Campus, Bharatpur, Chitwan, Nepal
Accepted Poster
IAG 3006 W Shen 1 A Search for the Slichter Mode with Superconducting Gravimeter Records Based on the Hilbert-Huang Transform Technique D Wang 1
W.B Shen 1,2
C Hwang 3
H Ding 1
1. Department of Geophysics, School of Geodesy and Geomatics,Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy
3. Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University
Accepted Oral
IAG 3045 C Shen 1,2 The gravity change surveyed by absolute gravimetry before and after Yushu Ms7.1 earthquake£¬2010 C Shen 1,2
H Li 1,2
L Xing 1,2
S Xuan 1,2
G Yang 1,2
1. Institute Of Seismology,China Earthquake Administration
2. Crustal Movement Laboratory
Accepted Oral
IAG 1344 Y Shen 1,2 Spatiotemporal related Signal and Noise Analysis of GPS Monitoring Series of the Base Stations in China Y Shen 1,2
W Li 1
1. Dept. Of Surveying And Geo-Informatics Engineering, Tongji University
2. Key Lab. of Advanced Surveying Engineering of State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping
Accepted Poster
IAG 2436 C Shi 1,3 Real-Time PANDA and Application to The Wide Differential Prototype System In China C Shi 1,3
Y Lou 1
Q Zhao 1,3
H Zhang 1,3
W Song 1,2
S Gu 1
C Geng 1,2
1. Gnss Research Center, Wuhan University
2. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University
3. State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing
Accepted Oral
IAG 2647 S Shimada 1 Evaluation of IGS reproduction precise ephemeris applying the analysis of the Japanese domestic GPS network data S Shimada 1 1. Nat. Res. Inst. For Earth Sc. Disaster Prevention (NIED) Accepted Poster
IAG 2020 R Shrestha 1 High Resolution Airborne Green LiDAR Bathymetry – First Test Results R Shrestha 1
B Carter 1
C Glennie 1
1. University of Houston Accepted Oral
IAG 1729 M Shrivastava 1 Gravitational potential Energy, stress field and strain rate field in the Himalayan region M Shrivastava 1
C.D Reddy 1
S.K Prajapati 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAG 5228 C Shum 1 Flood Monitoring Using Satellites C Shum 1
D Alsdorf 1
S Bettadpur 2
S Calmant 3
J Duan 1
Z Huang 1
H Lee 1
F Seyler 3
P Tregoning 4
K Tseng 1
1. School Of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University, USA
2. Center for Space Research, University of Texas, USA
3. Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, LEGOS, France
4. Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Accepted Oral
IAG 5661 C Shum 1 InSAR Imaging of Tibetan Plateau Discontinuous Permafrost J Kim 1
C.K Shum 1
K Erkan 1
H Lee 1
Z Lu 2
1. School Of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University, Usa
2. EROS Center & Cascades Volcano Observatory, USGS, USA
Accepted Oral
IAG 3025 M Sideris 1 Sensitivity Analysis of the Empirical Orthogonal Functions Used in Identifying Trend Signals in the GRACE L2 Data M Sideris 1
E Rangelova 1
1. University Of Calgary Accepted Oral
IAG 4001 M Sideris 1 World Height System Unification and GOCE M Sideris 1
R Rummel 2
T Gruber 2
J Ihde 3
P.L Woodworth 4
E Rangelova 1
C.W Hughes 4
C Gerlach 3
1. University Of Calgary
2. Technical University of Munich
3. Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie Frankfurt
4. National Oceanography Centre Liverpool
Accepted Oral
IAG 1866 M Sideris 1 Monitoring Coastal Erosion on Galveston Island Using Airborne and Terrestrial LiDAR Scanning I Ali 1
A Braun 2
M Sideris 3
1. University of Calgary, Dept. of Geomatics Engineering
2. University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Geosciences
3. University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Geosciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 3157 M Sideris 1 Assessment of the GOCE-derived Global Models in the Great Lakes and Canadian Rocky Mountains S Ince 1
M Sideris 1
J Huang 2
M Véronneau 2
1. University Of Calgary
2. Geodetic Survey Division, Natural Resources Canada
Accepted Poster
IAG 2661 Z Sima 1 EGM08 and the mean sea surface over oceans observed by Jason 1, 2003-2009 Z Sima 1
M Bursa 1
S Kenyon 2
J Kouba 3
Vi Vatrt 4
M Vojtíšková 4
V Vítek 5
1. Astronomical Institute, Academy Of Sciences Of The Czech Republic
2. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
3. Geodetic Survey Division, Natural Resources Canada
4. Geographical Service of The Czech Armed Forces,   Military Geography and Hydrometeorology Office
5. Lipnická 1219, 396 01 Humpolec, CR
Accepted Poster
IAG 848 D Smith 1 Progress Toward a Unified Geoid-Based Vertical Datum for North America D Smith 1
M Veronneau 2
D Avalos-Naranjo 3
1. NOAA/National Geodetic Survey
2. NRCAN/Geodetic Survey Division
3. INEGI/General Direction of Geography
Accepted Oral
IAG 2433 R Smith 1 Intercomparison of ASTER Global Digital Elevation Model with multi-mission Satellite Radar Altimetry and other DEMs R Smith 1
P.A.M Berry 1
1. Eaprs Laboratory, De Montfort University Accepted Oral
IAG 3828 N Sneeuw 1 Sampling the Earth with Satellites in Near-polar Orbit N Sneeuw 1
M Weigelt 1
X Xu 2
1. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Geodesy
2. Wuhan University, School of Geodesy and Geodynamics
Accepted Oral
IAG 3040 S Song 1 The key problems for construction of mm level Terrestrial Reference Fram S Song 1
W Zhu 1
Y Li 1
1. Shanghai Astronomical Observatory Accepted Poster
IAG 4323 L Sorensen 1 Constraining Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in Greenland by GPS Observations K Nielsen 1
L Soerensen 1
S.A Khan 1
K Fleming 2
G Adalgeirsdottir 3
1. Dtu Space, National Space Institute
2. Curtin University
3. Danish climate center, DMI
Accepted Oral
IAG 2587 R Stanaway 1 Realisation of a Semi-Kinematic Geodetic Datum using an Absolute Deformation Model (ADM) R Stanaway 1
G Blick 2
C Roberts 1
1. University Of New South Wales
2. Land Information New Zealand
Accepted Oral
IAG 5108 G Strykowski 1 Absolute gravity changes from GIA models and measurements at Greenland GNET stations. J Nielsen 1
R Forsberg 1
F.B Madsen 1
G Strykowski 1
1. Technical University Of Denmark, DTU Space, National Space Institute Accepted Poster
IAG 1716 B Sun 1 A Three-Carrier Ambiguity Resolution Method for Precise Orbit Determination of Compass Satellites B Sun 1
X Yang 1
F Cao 1,2
H Yang 1,2
1. National Time Service Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2. Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAG 5260 A Sunantyo 1 First  Step Dam Monitoring  Using Integration of Two GNSS receivers and  One Robotic Total station :  A Case Study at Sermo Dam, Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia A Sunantyo 1
K Suryolelono 2
D Fahrurrazi 1
A Swastana 3
M Iqbal 1
A Susilo 4
A Darmawan 2
1. Department Of Geodetic, Faculty of  Engineering,  Gadjah Mada University
2. Department of Civil and Environmental, Faculty of  Engineering,  Gadjah Mada University
3. Department of Electrical, Faculty of  Engineering,  Gadjah Mada University
4. Almega Geosystem Ltd
Accepted Oral
IAG 5820 D Svehla 1 Improving the Terrestrial Reference Frame Realization of LEO Orbits by Means of Consistent Combination of Space Geodesy Techniques From Ground, LEO and GNSS Layer D Svehla 1
T Springer 1
C Flohrer 1
R Zandbergen 1
J Dow 1
R Scharroo 2
W Bosch 3
D Dettmering 3
E Schrama 4
A Albertella 5
1. ESA/ESOC, Darmstadt, Germany
2. Altimetrics LLC, Cornish, New Hampshire, US
3. DGFI, Munich, Germany
4. DEOS, TU Delft, The Netherlands
5. IAPG, TU Muenchen, Munich, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAG 2930 Y Tanaka 1 Afterslip and viscoelastic relaxation due to the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake seen in GRACE gravity field Y Tanaka 1
T Hasegawa 2
1. Earthquake Research Institute, University Of Tokyo
2. Kyoto University
Accepted Poster
IAG 819 F Tang 1 The movement characters of main faults around Eastern Himalayan Syntaxis revealed by the latest GPS data F Tang 1
J Song 2
Z Cao 3
1. National Earthquake Infrastructure Service
2. Institute of Geology,China Earthquake Administration
3. Seismological Bureau of Tibet Autonomous Region
Accepted Poster
IAG 1522 N Tangdamrongsub 1 Regularization on GRACE gravimetry regional solutions N Tangdamrongsub 1
C Hwang 1
C.K Shum 2
L Wang 2
C Dai 2
1. National Chiao Tung University
2. The Ohio State University
Accepted Poster
IAG 1833 J Tatarewicz 1 The Solar System: Fifty years of “Empty” Space J Tatarewicz 1 1. Umbc University Of Maryland, Baltimore County Accepted Oral
IAG 3134 F Tavakoli 1 Distribution of crustal deformation in Central Iran constrained by GPS measurements F Tavakoli 1
H Nankali 1
A Walpersdorf 2
M Sedighi 1
Z Rahimi 1
F Khorrami 1
1. National Cartographic Center
2. Institut des Sciences de la Terre
Accepted Oral
IAG 3212 R Tenzer 1 The differences between the normal, orthometric, and normal-orthometric heights in New Zealand R Tenzer 1
A Abdalla 1
L Gan 1
1. National School of Surveying, University Of Otago Accepted Poster
IAG 3214 R Tenzer 1 Joint adjustment of the levelling networks in New Zealand using levelling, tide-gauge, and EGM2008 gravity data R Tenzer 1
A Abdalla 1
L Gan 1
M Amos 2
1. National School of Surveying, University Of Otago
2. Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
Accepted Poster
IAG 2741 M Tesauro 1 Strength and Elastic thickness of the lithosphere M Tesauro 1
M Kaban 2
S Cloetingh 3
1. GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam
2. GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam
3. Vrije Universiteit  Amsterdam
Accepted Oral
IAG 2739 M Tesauro 1 A New thermal model of the North American lithosphere M Tesauro 1
M Kaban 1
S Cloetingh 2
W Mooney 3
1. Geoforschungszentrum (GFZ) Potsdam
2. Geoforschungszentrum (GFZ) Potsdam
3. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Accepted Poster
IAG 4772 P Teunissen 1 Single-Frequency PPP-RTK: Theory and Experimental Results P Teunissen 1 1. Curtin University Accepted Oral
IAG 2759 D Thaller 1 GNSS Satellites as Co-locations for a Combined GNSS and SLR Analysis. D Thaller 1
K Sosnica 1
A Jaeggi 1
R Dach 1
G Beutler 1
M Mareyen 2
B Richter 2
1. Astronomical Institute, University of Bern
2. Bundesamt fuer Kartographie und Geodaesie
Accepted Oral
IAG 5714 M Thomas 1 Impact of Atmospheric Tides and the Corresponding Oceanic Response on Subdiurnal Polar Motion Excitation H Dobslaw 1
C Kadow 1
K Matthes 1,2
A Brzezinski 3
M Thomas 1,2
1. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Gfz German Research Centre For Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany
2. Freie Universitaet Berlin, Institute for Meteorology, Berlin, Germany
3. Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Accepted Oral
IAG 5962 M Thomas 1 Joint assimilation of GRACE and Earth rotation parameters with a global ocean model. J Saynisch 1
M Thomas 1
1. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre For Geosciences Accepted Oral
IAG 4683 O Titov 1 First geodetic results from the AuScope VLBI network O Titov 1
J Lovell 2
J Dickey 2
1. Geoscience Australia
2. University of Tasmania
Accepted Oral
IAG 1701 V Tiwari 1 Estimation of water storage variations in the major river basins of India using GRACE satellite gravity data V Tiwari 1
J.M Wahr 2
S Swenson 3
1. National Geophysical Research Institute (Csir)
2. Department of Physics and CIRES, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
3. Advanced Study Program, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, USA
Accepted Oral
IAG 793 C Tocho 1 Estimation of specific yield from GRACE satellite data and in situ field measurements in Azul, Argentina C Tocho 1
L Guarracino 1 2
M Varni 3
1. Faculty Of Astronomical And Geophysical Sciences
2. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentina
3. Instituto de Hidrología de Llanuras (UNCPBA, CIC, MA), Azul, Argentina
Accepted Poster
IAG 4630 C Toth 1 Land Navigation/Geolocation Aided by Terrestrial Laser Scanning C Toth 1
D Brzezinska 1
X Wang 1
JK Lee 1
1. The Ohio State University Accepted Oral
IAG 4312 P Tregoning 1 Simultaneous inversion of GRACE, GPS and ocean bottom pressure observations P Tregoning 1
Amaury Dehecq 2
Simon McClusky 1
Anthony Purcell 1
Emma-Kate Potter 1
1. Australian National University
2. Ecole Normale Superieure, Cachan
Accepted Oral
IAG 5860 A Trinh 1,2 The Rotational Modes of a Triaxial Convecting Earth A Trinh 1,2
A Rivoldini 1
V Dehant 1
T Van Hoolst 1
1. Royal Observatory of Belgium
2. Université Catholique de Louvain (Earth and Life Institute, Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research)
Accepted Poster
IAG 1110 T Tseng 1 Quantification of attitude error in GPS orbit determination of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC satellites T Tseng 1
C Hwang 2
S Yang 3
1. Space Research Centre, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University
2. Dept of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University
3. Satellite Operation Control Division, National Space Organization
Accepted Poster
IAG 5648 D Tsoulis 1 Forward Modeling Computation of Crustal Induced Gravity Signal at Satellite Altitude D Tsoulis 1
I Vassiliadis 1
T Papanikolaou 1
1. Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki Accepted Poster
IAG 3512 T Van Dam 1 Accelerations In GPS Horizontal Coordinates Due To Increased Ice Loss In Greenland T Van Dam 1
J Wahr 2
L Liu 2
A Kahn 3
M van den Broeke 4
1. Faculty of Science, Technology & Comminucation, University of Luxembourg
2. CIRES/Physics Department, University of Colorado
3. Dept. of Geodesy, DTU Space - National Space Institute
4. Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University
Accepted Oral
IAG 3869 S Verhagen 1 Full Solar Cycle of Effective Ionization levels for the NeQuick Model Y Memarzadeh 1
H Van Der Marel 1
S Verhagen 1
1. Delft University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 3870 S Verhagen 1 GNSS-based Formation Flying - Functional Model for the GARADA project P Buist 1
S Verhagen 1
G Giorgi 1
1. Delft University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 5195 F Vespe 1 GNSS Radio Occultation observations and their numerical inversion to retrieve atmospheric profiles F Vespe 1
M Amoroso 1
C Benedetto 1
P Sacco 2
R Tolve 1
R Pacione 3
B Pace 3
1. Agenzia Spaziale Italiana
2. Consorzio INNOVA
3. e-GEOS
Accepted Oral
IAG 5594 A Villiger 1 SWISS 4D. Determination and modeling of the tectonic deformation field of Switzerland A Villiger 1
U Marti 2
E Brockmann 2
A Geiger 1
1. Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zurich, CH-8093 Zurich, Switzerland
2. Federal Office of Topography swisstopo, CH-3084 Bern, Switzerland
Accepted Oral
IAG 3863 H Virtanen 1 Contributions of local and regional hydrology to gravity variation observed with the superconducting gravimeter at Metsähovi, Finland: sensors and modelling H Virtanen 1
H Makinen 1
A Raja-Halli 1
T Hokkanen 2
R.P Makinen 3
1. Finnish Geodetic Institute
2. Aalto University, School of Science and Technology
3. Finnish Environmental Institute
Accepted Poster
IAG 5977 H Virtanen 1 Postglacial rebound in Finland: new data on gravity change from comparison of measurements using the outdoor absolute gravimeter A10 with legacy relative measurements J Makinen 1
M Sekowski 2
J Krynski 2
J Naranen 1
A Raja-Halli 1
H Ruotsalainen 1
H Virtanen 1
1. Finnish Geodetic Institute
2. Institute of Geodesy and Cartography
Accepted Poster
IAG 3608 C Voigt 1 Validation of GOCE gravity field models by astrogeodetic vertical deflections in Germany C Voigt 1
H Denker 1
1. Institut Fur Erdmessung, Leibniz Universitat Hannover Accepted Poster
IAG 3824 L Volgyesi 1 Linearity test of the gravity gradients L Volgyesi 1
Z Ultmann 1
1. Budapest University Of Technology And Economics Accepted Poster
IAG 3825 L Volgyesi 1 On reducing the measurement time of the Eötvös torsion balance L Volgyesi 1
G Tóth 1
S Laky 2
1. Budapest University Of Technology And Economics
2. Research Group of Physical Geodesy and Geodynamics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 3826 L Volgyesi 1 Inversion reconstruction of gravity potential based on gravity gradients L Volgyesi 1
M Dobroka 2
1. Budapest University Of Technology And Economics
2. Department of Geophysics, University of Miskolc
Accepted Poster
IAG 4023 H Volkert 1 Radiation and Ozone: Catalysts for advancing international atmospheric science programs for over half a century H Volkert 1
G Ohring
R Bojkov
H-J Bolle
1. DLR-IPA Accepted Oral
IAG 1172 A Walker 1 European Advances during the Last Decades in Cross-Border Seismic Data Exchange and PSinSAR A Walker 1 1. British Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAG 4318 L Wang 1 Coseismic Earthquake Deformation Modeling Using Spaceborne Gravimetry L Wang 1
C.K. Shum 1
F.J Simons 2
A Tassara 3
C Dai 1
K Erkan 1
C Jekeli 1
1. Division of Geodetic Science, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus
2. Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, Princeton
3. Departamento de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción
Accepted Oral
IAG 4423 J Wang 1 Applications of ground-based Global Navigation Satellite Systems measurements for climate studies J Wang 1
L Zhang 1
1. National Center For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IAG 4845 C Wang 1 Evaluation of User Positioning Performance of Commercial Network RTK Systems: Characteristics, Testing Procedures and Experimental Results C Wang 1
Y Feng 1
M Higgins 2
B Cowie 2
1. Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University Of Technology
2. Department of Environment Resource Management, Queensland Government
Accepted Oral
IAG 4941 J Wang 1 Integration of Inertial and Vision Sensors with 3D Maps for Positioning and Orientation in GNSS Denied Environment J Wang 1
W Ding 1
X Liu 1
P Solomon 1
W Liu 1
1. University Of New South Wales Accepted Oral
IAG 2729 Y Wang 1 Geoid determination using heterogeneous data under the theory of integrated geodesy Y Wang 1
X.P Li 2
S Holmes 3
D Roman 1
1. Noaa/ngs
2. ERT Inc.
3. SGT Inc.
Accepted Poster
IAG 2730 Y Wang 2 Aspects of NGS' gravity and geoid errors J Saleh 2
X.P Li 2
Y.M Wang 1
D Roman 1
D Smith 1
1. Noaa/ngs
2. ERT Inc.
Accepted Poster
IAG 3382 J Wang 1 Measuring Integrity Characteristics of Real-Time Kinematic Positioning Solutions with Predicated Mean Square Error J Wang 1
Y Feng 1
C Wang 1
1. Queensland University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAG 3937 W Wang 1 Viscous Lithospheric Structure beneath Sumatra Inferred from Post-seismic Gravity Changes Detected by GRACE W Wang 1
Y Shi 2
W Sun 2
J Zhang 1
1. Institute Of Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration
2. Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAG 2330 C Watson 1 Draconitic Biases in GPS Versus GRACE Estimates of Hydrology C Watson 1
P Tregoning 2
R Burgette 1
S McKlusky 2
E.K Potter 2
1. School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University Of Tasmania
2. Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
Accepted Oral
IAG 5680 G Weber 1 Real-time Combination of GNSS Orbit and Clock Correctors for Precise Point Positioning G Weber 1
L Mervart 2
L Agrotis 3
A Stürze 1
1. Federal Agency For Cartography And Geodesy
2. Technical University Prague (TUP), Department of Geodesy, Czech Republic
3. Symban Ltd at European Space Agency / European Space Operations Centre (ESOC), Darmstadt, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAG 5786 R Weber 1 Regional near Real-Time Tropospheric Delay Processing and Assimilation into Weather Forecast and Nowcast Models R Weber 1
G Maller 1
A Karabatic 1
N Magnet 1
J Bathm 1
1. University Of Technology, Vienna , Austria Accepted Oral
IAG 2557 N Wei 1 Geocenter Motion from Reprocessed IGS Products N Wei 1
C Shi 1
J Liu 1
X Zou 1
1. GNSS Research Center, Wuhan University Accepted Poster
IAG 3328 H Weifeng 1 Improvements on lunar gravity field model using Chang’E-1 orbital tracking data J Yan 1 1. State Key Laboratory Of Information Engineering In Surveying, Mapping And Remote Sensing, Wuhan University Accepted Poster
IAG 3339 H Weifeng 1 Estimates of ocean tide loading  displacements using precise point positioning in Antarctica J Zhang 1
F Li
J.G Yan
W.F Hao
1. State Key Laboratory Of Information Engineering In Surveying, Mapping And Remote Sensing, Wuhan University Accepted Poster
IAG 3401 H Weifeng 1 Lunar Global Mass Distribution and Compensation State W Wang 1
F Li
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics
2. State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing
Accepted Poster
IAG 2658 M Weigelt 1 Towards the time-variable gravity field from CHAMP M Weigelt 1
A Jäggi 2
L Prange 2
W Keller 1
N Sneeuw 1
1. Geodetic Institute, University of  Stuttgart
2. Astronomical Institute, University of Berne
Accepted Oral
IAG 1725 U Weinbach 1,2 Impact and Feasibility of High-Precision Clock Modelling for Ground-Based and LEO GPS Receivers U Weinbach 1,2
S Schoen 1,2
1. Institut fuer Erdmessung, Leibniz Universitaet Hannover
2. Centre for quantum engineering and space-time research (QUEST), Hannover
Accepted Oral
IAG 1886 U Weinbach 1 Determination of Atmospheric Turbulence Using Dedicated GPS-networks and Ultra-stable Frequency Standards M Vennebusch 1
S Schinn 1
U Weinbach 1
1. Institut fair Erdmessung, Leibniz Universitat Hannover Accepted Poster
IAG 2048 Y Wen 1 Finite Fault Inversion of 2010 Mw 6.9 Yushu Earthquake from ALOS and Envisat Observations Y Wen 1
C Xu
Y Liu
1. Wuhan University Accepted Oral
IAG 5750 J Wickert 1 GPS remote sensing: Recent results from GFZ J Wickert 1
C Arras 1
G Beyerle 1
M Bender 1
G Dick 1
G Michalak 1
M Ramatschi 1
T Schmidt 1
S Heise 1
F Zus 1
1. GFZ Accepted Oral
IAG 5751 J Wickert 1 The southern termination of the 2010 Chile Earthquake rupture: Results from Global Positioning System Measurements and numerical modeling M Moreno 1
J Klotz 1
J Chen 1
J Wickert 1
J.C Baez 2
1. GFZ
2. Universidad de Conception
Accepted Poster
IAG 3661 P Wielgosz 1 Single Epoch Precise Positioning - Methodology and Test Results with Multi GNSS Data P Wielgosz 1
Jacek Paziewski 1
Katarzyna Stepniak 1
Andrzej Krankowski 1
1. Univ. Of Warmia and Mazury Accepted Oral
IAG 2639 A Wiget 1 Stability of the Swiss terrestrial reference frame CHTRF E Brockmann 1
D Ineichen 1
M Kistler 1
U Marti 1
A Schlatter 1
B Vogel 1
U Wild 1
A Wiget 1
1. Swiss Federal Office of Topography - swisstopo Accepted Poster
IAG 3808 D Wijaya 1 Determination of the Vienna Atmospheric Pressure Loading Corrections D Wijaya 1
J Boehm 1
M Schindelegger 1
M Karbon 1
H Schuh 1
1. Institute Of Geodesy And Geophysics - Vienna University Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAG 2391 P Willis 1 DPOD2008: a global reference frame derived from ITRF2008 for precise orbit determination of DORIS satellites P Willis 1
F Lemoine 2
N Zelensky 3
J Ries 4
L Soudarin 5
L Cerri 6
G Moreaux 6
M Otten 7
D Argus 8
M Heflin 8
1. Institut Geographique National
2. Goddard Space Flight Center
3. SGT Inc.
4. Texas University, Center for Space Research
5. Collecte Localisation Satellite
6. Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales
7. European Space Agency, ESOC
8. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech
Accepted Oral
IAG 2392 P Willis 1 DORIS Tropospheric Estimation at IGN, Current Strategies, GPS Intercomparisons and Perspectives P Willis 1
O Bock 1
Y Bar-Sever 2
1. Institut Geographique National
2. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech
Accepted Oral
IAG 3788 H Wilmes 1 Absolute Gravimeter Comparison Sites Support the Realization of the Global Gravity Reference System H Wilmes 1
L Vitushkin 2
V Palinkas 3
1. Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy
2. All-Russian D.I.Mendeleyev Institute for Metrology
3. Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography, Geodetic Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAG 3840 H Wilmes 1 AGrav - A Global Absolute Gravity Database H Wziontek 1
H Wilmes 1
S Bonvalo 2
1. Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG)
2. Bureau Gravimétrique International (BGI)
Accepted Poster
IAG 801 J Wu 1 Monitoring ground subsidence in Shanghai downtown area using InSAR technology J Wu 1
L Zhang 1
T Li 1
B Ban
1. Tongji University Accepted Oral
IAG 3038 M Wu 1 Precise Position Determination for Ground-based Pseudolite M Wu 1
J Huang 1
Y Xu 1
Y Qiu 1
C Li 1
R Cai 1
Y Yuan 1
1. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University Accepted Oral
IAG 999 Y Wu 1,2 Estimations and corrections for temporal gravity variations on GOCE satellite gradiometry data Y Wu 1,2
Z Luo 3
H Li 1,2
G Yang 1,2
C Xu 3
1. Institute Of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration
2. Crustal Movement Laboratory, Wuhan 430071, China
3. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430079, China
Accepted Oral
IAG 1000 Y Wu 1,2 External calibration of GOCE data using regional terrestrial gravity data Y Wu 1,2
H Li 1,2
Z Luo 3
B Zhong 3
L Xing 1,2
1. Institute Of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration
2. Crustal Movement Laboratory, Wuhan 430071, China
3. School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430079, China
Accepted Poster
IAG 1874 L Xing 1,2 Long-term gravity changes in China mainland obtained from GRACE and terrestrial gravity measurements L Xing 1,2
H Li 1,2
S Xuan 1,2
H Tan 1,2
K Kang 1,2
1. Institute Of Seismology,China Earthquake Administration
2. Crustal Movement Laboratory,Wuhan
Accepted Poster
IAG 2186 C Xu 1 Optimal weighting between GPS and InSAR data for joint inverse for coseismic slip distribution of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake C Xu 1
Y Liu 1
Y Wen 1
Q Wang 2
1. School of Geodesy & Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. Institute of Seismology, Chinese Earthquake Administration
Accepted Oral
IAG 3320 C Xu 1 Ground deformation at Mt. Etna from 2003 to 2010 with PSInSAR C Xu 1
P He 1
Y Wen 1
1. School Of Geodesy & Geomatics, Wuhan University Accepted Oral
IAG 3575 X Xu 1 Long-arc analysis of satellite gravity data using the dynamic method X Zou 1
J Li
X Xu
S Zhang
1. School of geodesy and geomatics, Wuhan University Accepted Poster
IAG 2343 X Xu 1,2 The Analysis of the Gravity Field Recovery from GOCE Nearly Repeated Period Observations Based on the SA Method X Xu 1,2
J Li 1,2
W.P Jiang 1,2
S.J Zhang 1,2
H Wu 1
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy Ministry of Education, Wuhan University
Accepted Poster
IAG 2920 H Yan 1 Inferencing Core-mantle Geodynamics with Angular-Momentum Excitation of Length-of-Day Variations H Yan 1
B Chao 2
1. Key Laboratory Of Dynamic Geodesy, Institute Of Geodesy And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
Accepted Oral
IAG 1013 W Yan 1 On the Probe Orbit Elements and EOPs with Relativistic Delta VLBI Model of CE-1 W Yan 1
E Wei 2
J Liu 3
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
2. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University;the Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Ministry of Education, Wuhan University
3. GNSS Center, Wuhan University
Accepted Poster
IAG 1014 W Yan 1 Analysis of the EOPs and Positioning Parameters of Probe with CE-1¡¯s VLBI and Differential VLBI Observations E Wei 1
Q Shi 2
W Yan 3
X Li 4
1. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University;The Key Laboratory of Geospace Environment and Geodesy , Ministry of Education, Wuhan University
2. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
3. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
4. School Of Geodesy And Geomatics, Wuhan University
Accepted Poster
IAG 997 G Yang 1,2,3 Estimating moho basement and faults using gravity inversion in Yushu earthquake area, China G Yang 1,2,3
C Shen 1,3
S Sun 1,3
L Xing 1,3
Y Wu 1,3
H Li 1,3
1. Institute Of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration
2. Geodynamics Laboratory, College of Earth Sciences, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
3. Crustal Movement Laboratory, China Earthquake Administration
Accepted Oral
IAG 1349 H Yang 1 Numerical simulation on lithospheric evolution of the Himalayan Western Syntaxis with 3-D Finite element method H Yang 1
J Teng 1
X Zhang 1
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAG 3912 Z Yang 1 The research of using the progressive moment of the magnetic levitation gyro station to measure the the earth rotation parameters Z Yang 1 1. Chang'an University Accepted Poster
IAG 3928 Z Yang 1 Joint inversion of LMS fault based on GPS and leveling data and analysis on its dynamic mechanism Z Yang 1 1. Chang'an University Accepted Poster
IAG 2054 J Yin 1 Radar Cross Section (RCS) Analysis of Artificial Corner Reflectors based on Physical Optics Method J Yin 1
X Shan 2
D Yu 3
1. Shanghai Univesity
2. State Key Laboratory of Earthquake Dynamics, Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration
3. Departments of Earth & Environmental Studies, Montclair State University,
Accepted Poster
IAG 1332 J Yu 1 Recovery of the gravity field from GOCE data by using the invariants of the gradient tensor on the satellite orbit J Yu 1
X Wan 1
1. The Earth College, Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAG 5137 O Zaloti Junior 1 Evaluation Of Digital Terrain Model Extracted From SAR Interferometric Data Based On Strata O Zaloti Junior 1
M.J Perez Monteiro 1
C.C Freitas 2
S.J.S Sant'Anna 2
F Antunes Zaloti 3
R.P Fróes 4
P.C Gurgel de Albuquerque 2
1. Institute For Advanced Studies - IEAv
2. National Institute for Space Research - INPE
3. Imagem Soluções de Inteligência Geográfica
4. Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras
Accepted Oral
IAG 2198 S Zerbini 1 Long-period Variability of GPS Positions in Europe and the Mediterranean S Zerbini 1
F Raicich 2
M Errico 1
G Cappello 1
1. University of Bologna, Dept. of Physics, Bologna, Italy
2. CNR, Institute of Marine Sciences, Trieste, Italy
Accepted Oral
IAG 3112 Y Zhang 1 Improved Deformation model for Time Series Interferometric SAR Analysis Y Zhang 1
J.X Zhang 1
H.A Wu 1
Z Lu 2
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
2. U. S. Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAG 3368 X Zhang 1 Investigation of ambiguity resolution success rate in PPP with a new zero-difference ambiguity resolution method X Zhang 1
P Li 1
X Li 1
1. Wuhan University Accepted Oral
IAG 5025 K Zhang 1 Space Geodesy and the Australian Space Research Program Project: Platform Technologies for Space, Atmosphere and Climate K Zhang 1
R Norman 1
C Wang 1
P Teunissen 2
C Rizos 3
S Lim 3
J Sang 4
Y Liou 5
J Le Marshall 6
G Hooper 7
1. Rmit University
2. Curtin University
3. University of New South Wales
4. Electro Optic Systems Space Systems Pty Ltd
5. National Central University
6. Bureau of Meteorology
7. GPSat Systems Australia Pty Ltd
Accepted Oral
IAG 2335 L Zhang 1 The optimized method of precise regional quasi-geoid determination L Zhang 1
Y Dang 2
C Zhang 3
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
2. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
3. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
Accepted Poster
IAG 3008 L Zhang 1 A New Approach For Calculating Vertical Deflection of China Sea from Satellite Altimetry B Ke 1
C Zhang 2
L Zhang 3
1. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
2. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
3. Chinese Academy Of Surveying And Mapping
Accepted Poster
IAG 3098 Z Zhang 1 Hydrological mass variations caused by extreme weather conditions in China measured by GRACE TVG data Z Zhang 1
B.F Chao 2
Y Lu 1
H Xu 1
1. Institute Of Geodesy And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica
Accepted Poster
IAG 2160 Q Zhao 1 Multi-GNSS Orbit And Clock Offset Determination M Li 1
C Shi 1
Q Zhao 1
J Liu 1
1. Wuhan University Accepted Oral
IAG 3584 L Zhao 1 Monitoring Network and thermal dynamics of Permafrost in Western China L Zhao 1
Y Ding
K Jiao
1. Cold And Arid Regions Environmental And Engineering Research Institute, Cas Accepted Oral
IAG 2061 Q Zhao 1 Equivalence of Existing Network RTK Methods under the PPP Mode X Zou 1
M.R Ge 2
W.M Tang 1
J.N Liu 1
1. GNSS Research Center, Wuhan University
2. Helmholz Centre Potsdam, German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ)
Accepted Poster
IAG 2165 Q Zhao 1 Automatic Online GNSS Precise Positioning Service Q Zhao 1
M Li 1
C Shi 1
C Xiong 1
1. Wuhan University Accepted Poster
IAG 1115 X Zhou 1,2 Core-mantle boundary co-seismic deformation by the dislocation theory resulting from the 2004 Sumatra earthquake X Zhou 1,2
W.K Sun 1,2
C.L Lo 3
G.Y Fu 4
1. College Of Earth Science, Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics,Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Sciences
3. Department of Earth Science, National Central University
4. Institute of Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration
Accepted Oral
IAG 1315 X Zhou 1 Geodynamic Changes of Tibetan Plateau caused by Tectonic Deformation or Snow Melting? W Sun 1
Y Fukuda 2
C.K Shum 3
X Zhang 4
T Hasegawa 5
L Wang 6
1. Key Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics,Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Department of Geophysics, Kyoto University
3. Division of Geodetic Science, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University
4. Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
5. Department of Geophysics, Kyoto University
6. Division of Geodetic Science, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University
Accepted Oral
IAG 1628 X Zhou 1,2 Seasonal precipitation effect on relative gravity observation in Dali, Yunnan X Zhou 1,2
W.K Sun 1,2
H Li 3
S Okubo 4
S.A Sun 3
1. College Of Earth Science, Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3. Institute of Seismology , China Earthquake Administration
4. Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
Accepted Oral
IAG 1321 X Zhou 1 New Formulation to Compute Co-seismic Gravity Vector Changes and Applied in the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake (M9.3) W Sun 1
X Zhou 1
1. Key Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAG 2158 X Zou 1 Equivalence of Existing Network RTK Methods under the PPP Mode X Zou 1
M. R Ge 2
W. M Tang 1
J. N Liu 1
1. GNSS Research Center, Wuhan University
2. Helmholz Centre Potsdam, German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ)
Accepted Oral
IAG 1625 Z Zou 1,2,3 Estimating Gravity Changes Caused by Strong Earthquakes Z Zou 1,2,3
H Li 1,3
Z Luo 2
L Xing 1,2,3
1. Institute Of Seismology,China Earthquake Administration
2. School of Geodesy and Geodynamics, Wuhan University
3. Crustal Movement Laboratory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 621 J Abalde 1 Ionospheric Plasma Bubbles Dynamics in the Brazilian Sector Using OI 630.0 nm Emission Imaging J Abalde 1
P Fagundes 1
Y Sahai 1
J Bittencourt 2
V Pillat 1
T de Freitas 1
W Lima 3
1. Univap
2. INPE
3. ULBRA
Accepted Poster
IAGA 645 A Abdel Hady 1 Solar activity and its impact on climate changes A Abdel Hady 1 1. Cairo University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2018 M Abdu 1 Equatorial Spread F/Plasma Bubble Irregularities Under Storm Time Disturbance Electric Fields M Abdu 1 1. Instituto Nacional De Pesquisas Espaciais - Inpe Accepted Oral
IAGA 2019 M Abdu 1 Equatorial Evening Prereversal Enhancement Electric Field and  Spread F, and their day-to-day Variability due to Planetary/Kelvin Waves M Abdu 1
G.C.M Brum 2
P.P Batista 1
S Gurubaran 3
I.S Batista 1
J.H.A Sobral 1
1. Instituto Nacional De Pesquisas Espaciais - Inpe
2. National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center, Space and Atmospheric Science Department, Arecibo Observatory, Puerto Rico
3. Equatorial Geophysical research Laboratory, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Tirunelveli, India
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4877 T Abe 1 Temporal Variation and Spatial Distribution of the Electron Temperature in the Plasmasphere T Abe 1 1. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Accepted Poster
IAGA 5145 S Ables 1 Pc1-2 ULF waves associated with the open-closed Polar Cap boundary S Ables 1
M Sciffer 1
B Fraser 1
S Morley 2
1. Center For Space Physics, Newcastle University
2. Los Alamos National Laboratory
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3479 A Abrajevitch 1 Diagenetic sensitivity of paleoenvironmental proxies: a rock magnetic study of Australian continental margin sediments A Abrajevitch 1
K Kodama 1
1. Center For Advanced Marine Core Research, Kochi University Accepted Oral
IAGA 4132 V Abramenko 1 Small-scale dynamo action in the quiet sun: observational aspects V Abramenko 1 1. Big Bear Solar Observatory, New Jersey Inst. Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAGA 4140 V Abramenko 1 Photosphere-Chromosphere Connection as Derived from New Solar Telescope V Yurchyshyn 1
P Goode 1
V Abramenko 1
1. Big Bear Solar Observatory of New Jersey Inst. of Technology Accepted Oral
IAGA 4131 V Abramenko 1 New insights into the sun's photosphere dynamics offered by new solar telescope of BBSO V Abramenko 1
V Yurchyshyn 1
P Goode 1
1. Big Bear Solar Observatory, New Jersey Inst. Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAGA 1386 A Adepelumi 1 Electromagnetic Model Response of Ifewara Trancurrent Fault Syetem: A computational and Field Result A Adepelumi 1 1. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria Accepted Oral
IAGA 1121 S Ahadi 1 Analysis Characteristics Signal ULF Band –EM for Earthquake precursor in Sumatera Lesson: Large Earthquake Sumatera 2000-2010 S Ahadi 1
G Ibrahim 2
K Yumoto 3
H Grandis 4
S Saroso 5
1. Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, ITB INDONESIA
2. Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, ITB INDONESIA
3. SERC, Kyushu University JAPAN
4. Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, ITB INDONESIA
5. LAPAN, INDONESIA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1531 S Aivazpourporgou 1 Imaging the Newer Volcanic Province lithosphere from a long-period MT array in western Victoria, Australia S Aivazpour Porgou 1
H Adam 2
D Willis 1
L Kocijan 1
P Hayman 1
L Moresi 1
G Heinson 2
1. Monash University
2. The University of Adelaide
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2786 V Alves 1 Influence of solar wind parameters on magnetosphere input energy during short (SRP) and long (LRP) recovery phase magnetic storms M Alves 1
F Cardoso 1
M Fillingim 2
G Parks 2
1. INPE - SJCampos - Brazil
2. Space Science Lab - UCBerkeley
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1840 L Amaeshi 1 INVESTIGATION OF THE TEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TEC AND L-BAND SCINTILLATION AT THE EQUATORIAL STATIONS OF LAGOS AND ILORIN IN NIGERIA DURING SOLAR MINIMUM L Amaeshi 1
C Carrano 2
P Doherty 2
K Groves 3
J Adeniyi 4
1. University Of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria
2. Institute for Scientific Research, Boston College, Boston, MA, USA
3. Institute for Scientific Research, Boston College, Boston, MA, USA
4. Air Force Research Laboratory, Hanscom AFB, MA, USA
5. University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1094 M Ameen 1 Comparison between the Total Electron Content (TEC) and the foF2 frequency over an Equatorial region during a solar maximum (year 2000) and minimum (year 2008) using GPS and Ionosonde measurements M Ameen 1 1. University of New South Wales Accepted Poster
IAGA 617 C Amory 1 Long term  variations of the Ionosphere at the northern tropical crest of ionization at Phu Thuy-Vietnam H Pham Thi Thu 1
C Amory-Mazaudier 2
M Le Huy 3
1. LPP/Polytechnique/UPMC/CNRS
2. Institute Of Geophysics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 619 C Amory 1 Statistical studies of the diurnal varation of the Equatorial F layer at Ouagadougou from 1966 to 1998 F Ouattara 1
C Amory-Mazaudier 2
1. Lpp/polytechnique/upmc/cnrs Accepted Oral
IAGA 3077 Z An 1 Exploration Study over Rock Deep Geological Structure in Preselected Site of High Level Waste with CSAMT method Z An 1
Q Di 1
C Fu 1
1. Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 587 S Anderson 1 Retrieval of ULF wave signatures from HF skywave ‘over-the-horizon’ radar echoes S Anderson 1 1. Defence Science And Technology Organisation Accepted Oral
IAGA 4418 L Andersson 1 Processes that Enhances Ion Outflow at Mars L Andersson 1
R.E Ergun 1
L.C Ray 1
1. Lasp, University Of Colorado Accepted Oral
IAGA 4419 L Andersson 1 Mars and SW Interaction in the Light of MAVEN, an Overview L Andersson 1 1. Lasp, University Of Colorado Accepted Oral
IAGA 2799 B Anderson 1 Early results for the balloon array for radiation-belt relativistic electron losses (BARREL) NASA Mission B Anderson 1
R Millan 1
M McCarthy 2
J Sample 3
D Smith 4
K Yando 1
L Woodger 1
M Comess 4
R Lin 3
M Hudson 1
1. Dartmouth College, Physics & Astronomy
2. U of Washington, Earth and Space Sciences
3. UC Berkeley, Space Sciences Lab
4. UC Santa Cruz, Physics and SCIPP
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1055 E Antonova 1, 2 Distribution of plasma pressure in the high latitude magnetosphere and the possibility of the formation of local magnetic traps E Antonova 1, 2
I.P Kirpichev 2,1
I.N Myagkova 1
M.O Riazantseva 1, 2
V.V Vovchenko 2
M.V Stepanova
1. Skobeltsyn Institute Of Nuclear Physics Of Moscow State University,  Moscow, Russia
2. Space Research Institute  (IKI) RAS, Moscow, Russia
3. Physics Department, Science Faculty, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1056 E Antonova 1, 2 Properties of magnetospheric turbulence and localization of substorm expansion phase onset E Antonova 1, 2
M.V Stepanova 3
I.A Kornilov 4
T.A Kornilova 4
V Pinto 5, 6
J.A Valdivia 6
M.S Pulinets 1
S.S Znatkova 1
I.P Kirpichev 2, 1
I.L Ovchinnikov 1
1. Skobeltsyn Institute Of Nuclear Physics Of Moscow State University,  Moscow, Russia
2. Space Research Institute  (IKI) RAS, Moscow, Russia
3. Physics Department, Science Faculty, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile
4. Polar Geophysical Institute (PGI), Kola Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences,  Apatity, Russia
5. Departamento de Fisica, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Chile
6. Facultad de Ciencias Basicas, Universidad Catolica del Maule, Santiago, Chile
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1249 K Arora 1 Induction Studies in the Andaman-Nicobar Islands: preliminary results K Arora 1
N Nagarajan 1
A Kuvshinov 2
M Chandrasekharam 3
1. National Geophysical Research Institute
2. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich
3. NGDC, CIRES, University of Colorado, USA
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4299 P Arroucau 1 Interpretation of magnetic anomalies in the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone from 3D Euler deconvolution P Arroucau 1
G Vlahovic 1
C Powell 2
1. North Carolina Central University
2. University of Memphis
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1989 T Arunachalam 1 Longitudinal variability of X component during solar minimum period of 1995 T Arunachalam 1 1. Sri Kumara Gurupara Swamigal Arts College Accepted Poster
IAGA 5888 S Avery 1 Climate and Weather of the Sun-Earth System (CAWSES-II) S Avery 1
A Rodger
1. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
2. British Antarctic Survey
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1613 S Badman 1 Magnetopause Processes at the Outer Planets S Badman 1
C Arridge 2
M Fujimoto 1
C Jackman 3
S Kasahara 1
A Masters 2
C Tao 1
1. Jaxa Institute Of Space And Astronautical Science
2. MSSL, University College London
3. University College London
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1202 J Bageston 1 Investigation of Gravity Wave Sources in the Antarctic Peninsula by Using the Reverse Ray Tracing Technique J Bageston 1
C Wrasse 2
P Batista 1
D Gobbi 1
R Hibbins 3
D Fritts 4
1. National Institute For Space Research (INPE)
2. Vale Solucões em Energia (VSE)
3. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
4. Colorado Research Associates (CoRA)
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1213 D Baker 1 A Remarkable Natural Experiment: The Extremely Quiet Sun (2007-2009) and its Effect on Earth's Radiation Belts D Baker 1 1. CU Boulder LASP Accepted Oral
IAGA 4329 J Baker 1 Interhemispheric Conjugacy of Ionospheric Convection Seen by SuperDARN Radars J Baker 1
B Kunduri 1
L Clausen 1
J. M Ruohoniemi 1
A Grocott 2
M Freeman 3
1. Virginia Tech
2. University of Leicester
3. British Antarctic Survey
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4369 J Baker 1 Characteristics of ULF Waves Associated With Electron Acceleration to Relativistic Energies During Geomagnetic Storms L Clausen 1
J Baker 1
J.M Ruohoniemi 1
H Singer 2
1. Virginia Tech
2. Space Weather Prediction Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4368 J Baker 1 New SuperDARN Radar Instrumentation for Ionospheric Research at Mid-Latitudes J Ruohoniemi 1
J Baker 1
R Greenwald 1
L Clausen 1
S Shepherd 2
W Bristow 3
1. Virginia Tech
2. Dartmouth College
3. University of Alaska
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1106 D Banerjee 1 Polar coronal holes from SUMER/SoHO and Hinode observations D Banerjee 1 1. Indian Institute Of Astrophysics Accepted Oral
IAGA 5450 D Banerjee 1 Waves in the polar corona as seen by AIA/SDO D Banerjee 1
S Krishna Prasad 1
1. Indian Institute Of Astrophysics Accepted Poster
IAGA 1601 S Banola 1 Importance of ionospheric equatorial VHF Scintillation in the Indian region to study Sun-Earth interactions S Banola 1
R.N. Maurya 1
T.K. Pant 2
1. Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Navi Mumbai, India
2. Space Physics Laboratory, VSSC, Trivandrum, India
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2486 P Batista 1 Meteor Wind Radar observations of Gravity Wave Zonal and Meridional Variances at middle and low latitudes in Brazil P Batista 1
V.F Andrioli 1
B.R Clemesha 1
N.J Schuch 2
R.A Buriti 3
1. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais- INPE
2. Centro Regional Sul de Pesquisas Espaciais- CRS
3. Universidade Federal de Campina Grande
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2715 I Batista 1 The impact of sudden stratospheric warming on low latitude ionosphere over Brazil I Batista 1
M.A Abdu 1
P Nogueira 1
R Paes 1
J Souza 1
M.T Matsuoka 2
P Camargo 3
1. National Institute For Space Research (INPE)
2. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
3. Universidades Estadual Julio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP)
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2662 C Beggan 1 Reviewers report on IAGA A13.2 C Beggan 1 1. British Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 2664 C Beggan 1 Do accelerated core flows produce better magnetic field model forecasts? C Beggan 1
K Whaler 2
1. British Geological Survey
2. University of Edinburgh
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2666 C Beggan 1 Separation of oceanic and continental crustal field spectra using slepian functions C Beggan 1
F Simons 2
1. British Geological Survey
2. Department of Geosciences, Princeton University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5706 C Beggan 1 The British geological survey’s new geomagnetic data web-service E Dawson 1
J Lowndes 1
P Reddy 1
C Beggan 1
1. British Geological Survey Accepted Poster
IAGA 5710 C Beggan 1 A comparison of data holdings at WDCs for geomagnetism Edinburgh and Kyoto E Dawson 1
S Macmillan 1
T Humphries 1
C Beggan 1
1. British Geological Survey Accepted Poster
IAGA 2908 E Belova 1 Aspect sensitivity of polar mesosphere summer echoes based on ESRAD MST radar measurements 1998-2010. E Belova 1
M Smirnova 1
S Kirkwood 1
1. Swedish Institute Of Space Physics Accepted Poster
IAGA 800 A Belyaev 1 An Emission Layer As A Gravity Wave Spectrometer A Belyaev 1 1. Institute Of Applied Geophysics Accepted Poster
IAGA 3178 P Benson 1 Magnetic susceptibility development in experimentally compacted Rochester Shale powder aggregates P Benson 1
R Bruijn 1
B Almqvist 1
A Hirt 2
1. Eth Zurich
2. Geophysical Institute, ETH Zurich, Sonneggstrasse 5, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1298 A Bhattacharyya 1 Solar Flux Dependence of Disturbance Dynamo Effects in the Post-Sunset Equatorial Ionosphere A Bhattacharyya 1
B Kakad 1
K Jeeva 1
K Nair 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 1297 A Bhattacharyya 1 Contribution of Solar Variability to Annual Mean Geomagnetic Field at a Low Latitude Observatory A Bhattacharyya 1
S Alex 1
B Kadam 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IAGA 1777 A Biedermann 1 Total Magnetic Field Anomalies in Highly Deformed Rocks: Hitra-Snaasa Fault, Central Norway A Biedermann 1
A.M Hirt 1
J Ebbing 2,3
1. Institute of Geophysics, ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland
2. NGU, Trondheim, Norway
3. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4691 S Bijaksana 1 Frequency dependent susceptibility and the identification of pedogenic contribution in lateritic soil profiles S Bijaksana 1
L Safiuddin 1
V Haris 2
1. Institut Teknologi Bandung
2. STAIN Batusangkar
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4008 J Birn 1 Tail dynamics J Birn 1 1. Los Alamos National Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 4017 J Birn 1 Plasma Sheet Flows and Their Interaction with the inner Magnetosphere J Birn 1
M Hesse 2
R Nakamura 3
E Panov 3
1. Los Alamos National Laboratory
2. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
3. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4051 J Birn 1 Generation and Dynamics of Bursty Bulk Flows J Birn 1
M Hesse 2
1. Los Alamos National Laboratory
2. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1195 H Boehnel 1 Paleointensities from Maui Island, Hawaii, for the last
15,000 years
H Boehnel 1
E Herrero-Bervera 2
M Dekkers 3
J Hagstrum 4
D Champion 4
1. Universidad Nacional Autónoma De Mexico
2. University of Hawaii
3. Utrecht University
4. U.S. Geological Service
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3966 A Borg 1 Near-Earth magnetotail reconnection and its connection to magnetospheric activity and up-stream driving/conditions A Borg 1
M.G.G.T Taylor 1
S.E Milan 2
J.P Eastwood 3
1. ESTEC/European Space Agency
2. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Leicester
3. The Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1051 J Bortnik 1 A Review of Wave-Particle Interactions in the Inner Magnetosphere J Bortnik 1 1. University Of California At Los Angeles Accepted Oral
IAGA 1053 J Bortnik 1 Nonlinear scattering of energetic electrons by large-amplitude whistler waves J Bortnik 1
R Thorne 1
W Li 1
J Albert 2
X Tao 1
1. University Of California At Los Angeles
2. Air Force Research Laboratories
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4451 D Boteler 1 Space Weather Effects on Earth D Boteler 1 1. Natural Resources Canada Accepted Oral
IAGA 5038 D Boteler 1 The Development of the International Space Environment Service D Boteler 1 1. Director, International Space Environment Service Accepted Poster
IAGA 5039 D Boteler 1 Development of Space Weather Forecasting in Canada H Lam 1
L Trichtchenko 1
D Danskin 1
J Parmelee 1
D Boteler 1
1. Natural Resources Canada Accepted Poster
IAGA 4101 V Bothmer 1 360 Degree View of the Sun - Highlights from STEREO V Bothmer 1 1. University of Goettingen Accepted Oral
IAGA 4415 A Boudouridis 1 Response of Ionospheric Convection and Magnetospheric Reconnection to Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure Enhancements: Statistical Studies and Comparison with Simulations A Boudouridis 1
D Lummerzheim 2
M Wiltberger 3
E Zesta 4
L Lyons 5
J Weygand 6
J Ruohoniemi 7
A Ridley 8
1. Space Science Institute
2. University of Alaska Fairbanks
3. National Center for Atmospheric Research/HAO
4. Air Force Research Laboratory
5. University of California Los Angeles/AOS
6. University of California Los Angeles/IGPP
7. Virginia Tech
8. University of Michigan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4543 P Brandt 1 A System-Level View of the Inner Magnetosphere: Pressure-driven Currents and their Impact on Magnetospheric and Ionospheric Dynamics P Brandt 1
M Sitnov 1
I Dandouras 2
S Ohtani 1
E.C Roelof 1
1. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
2. CESR
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5767 J Brestensky 1 Physically Realistic Rayleigh Number in Rotating Magnetoconvection Models With Anisotropic Diffusive Coefficients J Brestensky 1
T Soltis
1. Faculty Of Mathematics, Physics And Informatics,  Comenius University
2. Geophysical Institute of Slovak Academy of Sciences, 845 28 Bratislava, Slovakia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5768 J Brestensky 1 Ekman-Hartmann Layer at Anisotropic Viscosity J Brestensky 1
A Benerji Babu
H.P Rani
T Soltis
1. Faculty Of Mathematics, Physics And Informatics,  Comenius University
2. Dept of Mathematics, NIT Warangal, AP India
3. Dept of Mathematics, NIT Warangal, AP India
4. Geophysical Institute of Slovak Academy of Sciences, 845 28 Bratislava, Slovakia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1827 M Brown 1 Using Historical Lavas to Link Rock Magnetic Properties to the Performance of Palaeointensity Techniques M Brown 1
J Feinberg 2
J Bowles 2
1. Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum - GFZ
2. Institute for Rock Magnetism, University of Minnesota
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5647 L Brown 1 Paleomagnetism and Magnetic Mineralogy of Grenville Metamorphic and Igneous Rocks of the Adirondack Highlands, USA: Was Rodinia Stationary
1 Ga?
L Brown 1
S McEnroe 2
1. University Of Massachusetts
2. Norwegian Geological Survey
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4261 L Brown 1 Remanent magnetic anomalies and effect of exsolution lamellae on magnetic properties of crustal rocks S McEnroe 1
L Brown 2
P Robinson 1
K Fabian 1
1. Norwegian Geological Survey
2. University Of Massachusetts, Amherst
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4874 M Brown 1 An Improved Sedimentary Database for the Reconstruction of the Holocene Geomagnetic Field M Brown 1
M Korte 1
U Frank 1
1. Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum - GFZ Accepted Poster
IAGA 3614 E Bunce 1 Magnetospheres of solar system bodies other than Earth:  Research 2009-2011 E Bunce 1 1. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University Of Leicester Accepted Oral
IAGA 4271 A Burns 1 The effects of geomagnetic storms driven by high speed streams and corotating interaction regions on the thermosphere/ionosphere system A Burns 1
S Solomon 1
W Wang 1
L Qian 1
J Lei 2
1. NCAR
2. University of Colorado
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4143 V Burov 1 History of Creating Space Weather Structure in the Frames of WMO. V Burov 1 1. Institute Of Applied Geophysics Accepted Poster
IAGA 5244 J Burrows 1,2 Short And Long Lived Tropospheric Constituents Observed From Space: Transport And Transformation Of Air Pollution, Biogeochemistry And Climate Change J Burrows 1,2
A Richter 1
F Wittrock 1
M Weber 1
A Rozanov 1
1. Institute Of Environmental Physics, University Of Bremen
2. NERC Centre For Ecology and Hydrology
3. Research Centre For Atmospheric Physics and Climatology, Academy of Athens
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5943 P Bushby 1 Is there a turbulent dynamo at work in the Sun? P Bushby 1 1. 1School of Mathematics and Statistics, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Accepted Oral
IAGA 1465 A Cadavid 1 Magnetic Field Effects on Wave Propagation in the Solar Atmosphere from SOT-Hinode Data A Cadavid 1
J Lawrence 1
1. California State Univerisity Northridge Accepted Poster
IAGA 2602 I Cairns 1 Coherent radio emissions associated with solar system shocks I Cairns 1 1. University Of Sydney Accepted Oral
IAGA 3415 I Cairns 1 ARBIS 3: A Software Package for Automated Radio Burst Identification V Lobzin 1
I Cairns 1
P Robinson 1
G Steward 2
G Paterson 2
1. University of Sydney
2. IPS Radio and Space Services, Bureau of Meteorology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3208 P Cally 1 Instabilities in the Solar Tachocline P Cally 1 1. Monash University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1250 R Cameron 1 Surface Magnetic Flux Transport Models R Cameron 1 1. Max Planck Institute For Solar System Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 1822 C Candido 1 Ionospheric Variability over a Brazilian site under the Southern Crest of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly during the last Solar Minimum Period C Candido 1
I Batista 1
M Abdu 1
F Becker-Guedes 1
J Sobral 1
P Nogueira 1
1. National Institute for Space Research - Inpe Brazil Accepted Poster
IAGA 2929 H Cane 1 What are the Causes of the Largest SEP Events? H Cane 1 1. BIRS Accepted Oral
IAGA 1817 F Cardoso 1 Auroral electron precipitating power estimate during HILDCAAs F Cardoso 1
M.V Alves 1
G.K Parks 2
M.O Filingim 2
1. National Institute for Space Research - INPE
2. Space Science Lab, University of California at Berkeley
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1526 B Carter 1,2 A multipoint comparison of the E- and F-region phase velocity in the polar region B Carter 1,2
R Makarevich 1,3
1. Department of Physics, La Trobe University
2. now at: School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences, RMIT University
3. Now at: Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2960 M Catalan 1 Geomagnetic secular variation from analysis of marine crossover data M Catalán 1
M Torta 2
T Ishihara 3
1. Royal Observatory Spanish Navy
2. Ebro Observatory
3. Geological Survey of Japan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4007 M Catalan 1 Oceanic Spreading in the Bransfield Strait (West Antarctica) from Magnetic and Gravity Data M Catalán 1
J Galindo-Zaldivar 2
J Martín Davila 1
A Maldonado 3
Y.M Martos 3
A Schreider 4
L Gamboa 5
1. Royal Observatory Spanish Navy
2. University of Granada
3. Instituto Andaluz de Ciencias de la Tierra
4. Russian Academy of Sciences
5. Universidad Fluminense
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1521 R Centeno 1 The 'Quiet Sun': A Historical Misnomer R Centeno 1 1. National Center For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 2591 M Cervera 1 Modelling the effects of ionospheric disturbances on vertically incident ionograms using 3D magneto-ionic raytracing M Cervera 1
T.J Harris 1
1. Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division, Defence Science and Technology Organisation Accepted Oral
IAGA 1816 A Chambodut 1 From 1-minute to 1-second sampling interval at geomagnetic observatories: example of French magnetic observatories of Austral and Antarctic territories A Chambodut 1
M Menvielle 2,3
1. University Of Strasbourg / EOST; CNRS UMR 7516; Strasbourg, France.
2. University of Versailles St-Quentin; CNRS/INSU; LATMOS-IPSL; Guyancourt, France.
3. University of Paris-Sud, Department of Earth Sciences, Orsay, France.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2795 A Chambodut 1 A Magnetometer for Mars tested at Concordia Magnetic Observatory, Antarctica A Chambodut 1
J.M.G Merayo 2
M Menvielle 3,4
S Vennerstroem 2
1. University Of Strasbourg/EOST, CNRS ;  Department of Magnetic Observatories, Strasbourg, France.
2. DTU Space, National Space Institute Technical University of Denmark,Denmark.
3. Université Versailles St-Quentin; CNRS/INSU, LATMOS-IPSL, Guyancourt, France.
4. Univ Paris-Sud, Département des Sciences de la Terre,  Orsay, France.
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4256 A Chan 1 Simulation of radiation belt wave-particle interactions using MHD-SDE methods A Chan 1
S Elkington 2
J Albert 3
1. Rice University
2. University of Colorado
3. AFRL
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1660 R Chand 1 New data on the geoelectrical structure of Uttarakhand Himalaya in correlation with regional seismicity R Chand 1
M Cherevatova 2
M Israil 1
P Gupta 1
M Smirnov 2
E Sokolova 3
I Varentsov 3
G Kayal 4
1. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, India
2. Sant Petersburg State University, Sant Petersburg, Russia
3. Geoellectromagnetic Research Centre of the Institute of the Physics of The Earth, RAS, Troitsk, Moscow region, Russia
4. School of Oceanographic Studies, Jadavpur University, India
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1661 R Chand 1 The geoelectric images of subduction  in the frontal and distant zones of the India-Eurasia collision D Bai 1
R Chand 2
M Israil 2
A Rybin 3
E Sokolova 4
I Varentsov 4
1. Institute of Geology and Geophysics CAS, Beijing, China
2. Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
3. Research Station of RAS, Bishkek, Kyrgyzia
4. Geoelectromagnetic Research Center of the Institute of the Physics of the Earth RAS, Troitsk, Moscow Region, Russia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3229 L Chang 1 Three-dimensional micromagnetic modelling of greigite (Fe3S4): domain structures and hysteresis properties L Chang 1
W Williams 2
A. R Muxworthy 3
A. P Roberts 1,4
1. National Oceanography Centre, University Of Southampton, European Way, Southampton So14 3zh, Uk
2. Grant Institute of Earth Science, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
3. Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, London, UK
4. Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3782 G Chanteur 1 The ion martian foreshock: a global view from 3-dimensional hybrid and test-particle simulations G Chanteur 1
R Modolo 2
E Richer 1
E Dubinin 3
1. CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - LPP, Palaiseau, France
2. UVSQ - LATMOS - IPSL, Guyancourt, France
3. MPS, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAGA 623 C Chaston 1 Observations of kinetic Alfvén wave driven plasma sheet transport C Chaston 1
Y Yao 1
  ThemisTeam 2
  ClusterTeam 3
1. University Of California
2. Various
3. Various
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2113 C Chaston 1 Vorticity in Alfvenic and Quasi-static Aurorae C Chaston 1
  Reimei Team 2
  Fast Team 3
1. University Of California
2. ISAS
3. NASA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1776 H Chau 1 Magnetic observatories, indispensable sources in the magnetic researches in Vietnam H Chau 1
L.T Thanh
N.T Dung
1. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics
2. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics
3. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3868 H Chau 1 Models of magnetic fields and their secular variations obtained from Vietnamese magnetic repeat station network surveys from 1990-2003 H Chau 1
J LeMouel 2
F Truong 2
K Telali 2
1. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics, Vietnam
2. Paris Institute of Physics of the Earth, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3952 H Chau 1 Some results of magnetic and ionospheric studies in Vietnam H Chau 1
L Thanh 1
N Dung 1
1. Hanoi Institute Of Geophysics Accepted Poster
IAGA 3380 B Chen 1 The Error Of IGRF11 In China And China Geomagnetic Reference Field On 2010.0 Epoch B Chen 1
Z Gu 1
Y Zhang 2
C Gu 2
Z Ni 3
1. Institute Of Geopysics, China Earthquake Administration
2. Engineering Institute, Anhui Earthquake Administration
3. Survey Centre, Yunnan Earthquake Administration
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3502 C Cheng 1 THEMIS Observations of Multiple Substorm Onsets During a Non-Storm Period C Cheng 1
C.T Russell 2
V Angelopoulos 2
I.R Mann 3
K-H Glassmeier 4
W Baumjohann 5
1. Department of Electronic Engineering, National Formosa University
2. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles
3. Department of Physics, University of Alberta, Edmonton
4. Technical University of Braunschweig
5. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5478 C Cheng 1 On the Relationship Between Recurrent Substorm-Related Activations and IMF variations C Cheng 1
C.T Russell 2
J Weygand 2
1. Department Of Electronic Engineering, National Formosa University, Taiwan
2. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1960 M Cheung 1 Modeling of Magnetic Flux Emergence on the Sun M Cheung 1 1. Lockheed Martin Solar & Astrophysics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 4607 P Chi 1 Magnetoseismology Using Ground Observations of ULF Waves P Chi 1 1. University Of California Accepted Oral
IAGA 4928 P Chi 1 Monitoring Spatiotemporal Variations of Storm-time Plasmasphere by Ground Observations of Field Line Resonance P Chi 1 1. University Of California Accepted Oral
IAGA 5907 P Chi 1 World Map of Magnetic Observatories: 2011 P Chi 1 1. University Of California Accepted Poster
IAGA 989 A Chian 1 Intermittency and Lagrangian Coherent Structures in a Nonlinear Model of Solar Dynamo A Chian 1
E Rempel 2
A Brandenburg 3
M Proctor 4
1. National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil
2. Institute of Aeronautical Technology (ITA), Brazil
3. NORDITA, Sweden
4. University of Cambridge, UK
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5132 A Chulliat 1 New Results from Geomagnetic Secular Variation Studies A Chulliat 1 1. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris Accepted Oral
IAGA 5708 A Chulliat 1 Combining Observatory and Satellite Data in Geomagnetic Field Modeling A Chulliat 1 1. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris Accepted Oral
IAGA 1381 R Cionco 1 The Grand Minima events and the non-trivial nature of planetary accelerations on the Sun R Cionco 1
Rosa Compagnucci 2
1. Universidad Tecnológica Nacional
2. Universidad de Buenos Aires - CONICET
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3992 D Clark 1 Improved Mineral Exploration Using Magnetic Exploration Models and Gradient Tensor Data D Clark 1 1. Csiro Materials Science And Engineering Accepted Oral
IAGA 5770 E Clarke 1 Jim Carrigan Observatory and Directional Drilling in Alaska E Clarke 1
S Parkinson 2
C W Turbitt 1
O Baillie 1
S Reay 1
1. British Geological Survey
2. Halliburton
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5773 E Clarke 1 A New Magnetic Observatory on South Georgia T Harris 1
S Flower 1
C W Turbitt 1
A Swan 1
E Clarke 1
1. British Geological Survey Accepted Poster
IAGA 5780 E Clarke 1 Metadata in geomagnetism: experiences at the World Data Centre for Geomagnetism, Edinburgh S Reay 1
E Dawson 1
S Macmillan 1
S Flower 1
E Clarke 1
1. British Geological Survey Accepted Poster
IAGA 3917 J Clemmons 1 Heating of the Lower Thermosphere during Auroral Activity:  Measurements and Analysis from the Joule Sounding Rocket Missions J Clemmons 1
J Hecht 1
R Walterscheid 1
R Bishop 1
P Slocum 2
R Pfaff 3
D Rowland 3
M Larsen 4
1. The Aerospace Corporation
2. Yale University
3. NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
4. Clemson University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2767 M Clilverd 1 Ground-based estimates of outer radiation belt energetic electron precipitation fluxes into the atmosphere M Clilverd 1
C Rodger 2
R Gamble 2
T Ulich 3
T Raita 3
A Seppälä 1
J Green 4
N Thomson 2
J-A Sauvaud 5
M Parrot 6
1. British Antarctic Survey
2. Department of Physics, University of Otago
3. Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory, University of Oulu
4. Space Weather Prediction Center, NOAA, Boulder
5. Centre d'Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements
6. Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement et de l'Espace
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3812 M Clilverd 1 25 years of Plasmaspheric Monitoring from Antarctica: the VLF Doppler experiment M Clilverd 1
N Thomson 2
K Yearby 3
F Menk 4
1. British Antarctic Survey
2. Department of Physics, University of Otago
3. Space Instrumentation Group, Dept. of ACSE, University of Sheffield
4. School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Newcastle
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5144 E Cliver 1 History and calibration of sunspot numbers E Cliver 1
L Svalgaard
K.H Schatten
1. Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate
2. HEPL, Via Ortega, Stanford Univ
3. a.i. Solutions
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5142 E Cliver 1 Origin of the great solar decimetric burst of 6 December 2006: Electron cyclotron maser emission from post-eruption loops? E Cliver 1
S.M White 2
K.S Balasubramaniam 3
1. AFRL/RVBXS
2. AFRL/RVBXS
3. AFRL/RVBXS
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4525 H Coffey 1 History of the International Geophysical Calendar H Coffey 1 1. International Space Environment Service Accepted Poster
IAGA 2303 C Cohen 1 Solar Energetic Particle Events During the Rise After a Long Minimum C Cohen 1
M Wiedenbeck 2
G Mason 3
1. California Institute Of Technology
2. Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3. Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Accepted Oral
IAGA 543 A Collier 1 Investigation of perturbations in VLF signals possibly due to seismic activity S Brijraj 1
A Collier 1,2
1. University of KwaZulu-Natal
2. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAGA 511 A Collier 1 Statistical Analysis of Outer Electron Radiation Belt Dropouts: Geosynchronous and Low Earth Orbit Responses O Ogunjobi 1
A Collier 2
1. University of KwaZulu-Natal
2. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 513 A Collier 1 The Creation of a Statistical Lightning Model M van Zyl 1
A Collier 1
1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory Accepted Poster
IAGA 514 A Collier 1 Simulating chorus generation via Particle-in-cell simulations E Koen 1
A Collier 1
S.K Maharaj 1
1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory Accepted Poster
IAGA 515 A Collier 1 Unusual Observation of Chorus at L=2.6 B Delport 1
A Collier 2
C.J Rodger 3
M.A Clilverd 4
M Parrot 5
1. University of KwaZulu-Natal
2. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
3. University of Otago
4. British Antarctic Survey
5. CNRS
Accepted Poster
IAGA 516 A Collier 1 Testing the Cosmic Ray-Lightning Connection Hypothesis O Okike 1
A Collier 2
1. University of KwaZulu-Natal
2. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2966 A Collier 1,2 Trajectories of electrons in a realistic model of the Earth's magnetic field A Collier 1,2
M Nemair 2
1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
2. University of KwaZulu-Natal
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4426 S Constable 1 Fluids in the Nicaraguan subduction zone imaged with marine MT and CSEM sounding S Constable 1
S Niaf 1
K Key 1
D Myer 1
1. Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Accepted Oral
IAGA 4489 S Constable 1 Using marine CSEM methods to image seafloor gas hydrate S Constable 1
K Weitemeyer 1
1. Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Accepted Oral
IAGA 3265 S Cox 1 Fault Mechanics and Fluid-Driven Failure in High Fluid Flux Regimes S Cox 1
M Crawford 1,2
1. The Australian National University, Research School of Earth Sciences
2. Gold fields Ltd, St Ives Gold Mine
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1207 S Cranmer 1 The Physics of Coronal Heating and Solar Wind Acceleration: Ongoing Research and Unanswered Questions S Cranmer 1 1. Harvard-Smithsonian Center For Astrophysics Accepted Oral
IAGA 5832 G Crowley 1 Response of the Ionosphere and Thermosphere to High Speed Streams G Crowley 1 1. Atmospheric & Space Technology Research Associates (Astra) Accepted Oral
IAGA 5857 G Crowley 1 Real-time Space Weather Forecasts Via ASTRA’s Android Phone App G Crowley 1 1. Atmospheric & Space Technology Research Associates (Astra) Accepted Poster
IAGA 2300 J Curto 1 Anthropogenic noise in geomagnetic observatories J Curto 1
S Marsal 1
J.M Torta 1
M Catalan 2
P Covisa 3
1. Observatori de l'Ebre
2. Real Instituto Y Observatorio De La Armada
3. Instituto Geografico Nacional
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2301 J Curto 1 Automatic detection of SC using neural networks J Curto 1
A Segarra 1
1. Observatori de l'Ebre Accepted Poster
IAGA 1739 M Da Silva 1 NEW METHODOLOGY OF GLOBAL MUON DETECTOR NETWORK OBSERVING GEOMAGNETIC STORM'S PRECURSOR M Da Silva 1
A Dal Lago 2
W.D Gonzalez 2
N.J Schuch 3
K Munakata 4
C Kato 4
T Kuwabara 5
J Bieber 5
M.L Duldig 6
J.E Humble 7
1. Universidade do Vale do Paraíba (UNIVAP), Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil
2. National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil
3. Southern Regional Space Research Center (CRS/INPE), Santa Maria, Brazil
4. Physics Department, Shinshu University, Matsumoto, Japan
5. Bartol Research Institute and Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware, Newark, USA
6. Australian Antarctic Division, Kingston,  Australia.
7. School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1399 M Daae 1 The effect of radiation belt particles on middle atmospheric night time ozone during enhanced geomagnetic activity M Daae 1
P Espy 1
F Sørås 2
D Newnham 3
1. Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology (NTNU)
2. University of Bergen (UiB)
3. British Antarctic Survey (BAS)
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2630 K Dahle 1 Why and how to stimulate the interest for auroras and auroral realated science K Dahle 1
A Egeland 2
1. Andoya Rocket Range
2. University of Oslo
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1041 A Dal Lago 1 Limb CME impact to space weather A Dal Lago 1
A De Lucas 1
W.D Gonzalez 1
1. National Institute For Space Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 5179 F Darrouzet 1 Relation between the Position of the Plasmapause and the Inner Edge of the Outer Radiation Belt F Darrouzet 1
V Pierrard 1
N Ganushkina 2
J De Keyser 1
1. Belgian Institute For Space Aeronomy (Iasb-Bira)
2. Finnish Meteorological Institute
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5180 F Darrouzet 1 Detection of Whistlers with a VLF Antenna Located in Belgium - Retrieval of Plasmaspheric Electron Density Profiles F Darrouzet 1
J De Keyser 1
S Ranvier 1
H Lamy 1
J Lichtenberger 2
1. Belgian Institute For Space Aeronomy (Iasb-Bira)
2. Department of Geophysics and Space Sciences, Eötvös University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1576 C Davies 1 Buoyancy profiles for Earth's core incorporating chemical stratification beneath the core-mantle boundary C Davies 1
D Gubbins 2
C Constable 3
1. Scripps Institution Of Oceanography
2. University of Leeds
3. Scripps Institution Of Oceanography
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2172 T Davies 1 Stability of Large Fabry-Perot Spectrometer at a Remote Site for Thermosphere and Mesosphere Observations T Davies 1
C Anderson 1,2
P Dyson 1
1. La Trobe University
2. University of Alaska Fairbanks
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2648 J De Keyser 1 The Auroral Current Circuit and Interhemispheric Differences J De Keyser 1
M Echim 1
R Maggiolo 1
1. Belgian Institute For Space Aeronomy Accepted Oral
IAGA 2649 J De Keyser 1 Plasmaspheric Density Profiles from In Situ Measurements J De Keyser 1
F Darrouzet 1
1. Belgian Institute For Space Aeronomy Accepted Oral
IAGA 2650 J De Keyser 1 Electrostatic Aurora and Waves J De Keyser 1
Y Voitenko 1
M Echim 1
R Maggiolo 1
1. Belgian Institute For Space Aeronomy Accepted Poster
IAGA 3855 J De Keyser 1 Ion Beams over the Polar Cap and Polar Cap Arcs J De Keyser 1
R Maggiolo 1
E Echim 1
C Simon 1
1. Belgian Institute For Space Aeronomy Accepted Poster
IAGA 640 C De Nardin 1 On the Temperature Increase to Rise the Collision Frequencies at the Equatorial E-region and the Implication on the Electric Filed C Denardini 1
L.C.A Resende 1
J Moro 1
L.M Guizelli 1,2
1. National Institute for Space Research
2. University of Taubaté
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4478 C De Nardin 1 Historical Overview of the Space Weather Activities in Brazil of the ISES Regional Warning Centre C De Nardin 1
H Takahashi 1
J.D da Silva 2
J.E.R Costa 3
A Dal Lago 4
A.L Padilha 4
H Campos Velho 2
I Vitorello 4
N SantAnna 2
R Gatto 5
1. Aeronomy Div., National Institute for Space Research
2. Computer Lab., National Institute for Space Research
3. Astrophysical Div., National Institute for Space Research
4. Geophysical Div., National Institute for Space Research
5. Ground System Div., National Institute for Space Research
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1295 J De Souza 1 An effective method of enhancing magnetic data using normalized derivatives J De Souza 1
F.J.F Ferreira
A.B.S Bongiolo
L.G Castro
1. Universidade Federal Do Paraná Accepted Poster
IAGA 1818 M De Souza 1 Studies of Interplanetary Structures using Cosmic Rays and Satellite Observational Data M De Souza 1
N.J Schuch 1
A Dal Lago 2
T.R.C Stekel 1
1. Southern Regional Space Research Center - Crs/ccr/inpe - McT, In Collaboration With The Santa Maria Space Science Laboratory - Lacesm/ct- Ufsm, Santa Maria, Rs, Brazil.
2. National Institute for Space Research, São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil.
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1949 M Dekkers 1 Spin-flop behaviour in goethite as function of temperature from 4 to 300 Kelvin M Dekkers 1
F Martin-Hernandez 2
G Ballon 3
L Drigo 3
M.M Garcıa-Hernandez 4
G Dupont-Nivet 1,5
F Durantel 3
J.L Bouchez 6
1. Paleomagnetic Laboratory ‘Fort Hoofddijk’, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2. Department of Physics, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain
3. LNCMP, Toulouse, France
4. Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (CSIC), Cantoblanco, Madrid, Spain
5. Geosciences Rennes, Universite de Rennes 1, Rennes, France
6. LMTG, Universite Paul-Sabatier, Toulouse, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1950 M Dekkers 1 Challenges for paleointensity-methods due to changes in magnetic state L de Groot 1
M.W.L Monster 1
M.J Dekkers 1
1. Paleomagnetic Laboratory ‘Fort Hoofddijk’, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Accepted Oral
IAGA 5224 M Delipetrev 1 Correlation of regional geomagnetic field and neotectonic regionalization in the Republic of Macedonia M Delipetrev 1
T Delipetrov 1
1. Faculty Of Natural And Technical Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 5226 M Delipetrev 1 Seismomagnetic characteristics of the territory of the Republic of Macedonia M Delipetrev 1
B Doneva 1
T Delipetrov 1
1. Faculty Of Natural And Technical Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 1663 C Demetrescu 1 Toward changing a paradigm? New insights on geomagnetic jerks from long time-series of geomagnetic data and models C Demetrescu 1
V Dobrica 1
1. Institute of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy Accepted Oral
IAGA 1686 C Demetrescu 1 On the climate of the Sun-Earth system: The long-term evolution of the solar wind dynamic pressure on magnetosphere V Dobrica 1
C Demetrescu 1
G Maris 1
1. Institute Of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy Accepted Oral
IAGA 5590 C Demetrescu 1 Space climate: Toward a characterization at hale and gleissberg cycles timescales C Demetrescu 1
V Dobrica 1
G Maris 1
1. Institute Of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy Accepted Poster
IAGA 1906 M Desai 1 Ion Acceleration Near CME-Driven Interplanetary Shocks M Desai 1
M Dayeh 1
M Lee 2
C Smith 2
G Mason 3
J Kasper 4
1. Southwest Research Institute
2. University of New Hampshire
3. Johns/Hopkins University/Applied Physics Lab
4. Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5220 J Dewey 1 SeismoArchives Online at the IRIS DMC: Preserving Pre-Digital Seismograms (1882-1990) for Research & Information R Benson 1
W Lee 2
C Hutt 3
J Dewey 4
T Knight 1
T Ahern 1
M Diggles 2
S Walter 2
1. IRIS Data Management Center
2. USGS, Menlo Park, CA
3. USGS, Albuquerque, NM
4. USGS, Denver, CO
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4239 M Dikpati 1 Is a High-Latitude Reverse Meridional Flow-Cell the Sun's Common Choice? M Dikpati 1
P Gilman 1
1. Hao/ncar Accepted Oral
IAGA 4768 S Dimitrov 1 Using Fedsat data and applying tomographic techniques to study the plasmasphere during the Halloween storm of October 2003. S Dimitrov 1
P Dyson 2
1. Latrobe University
2. Latrobe University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1697 F Ding 1 Climatology of medium-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances observed by GPS network in Central China F Ding 1
W Wan 2
G Xu 3
B Ning 4
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
3. Institute of Heavy Rain, China Meteorological Administration
4. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5604 A Donea 1 Acoustics of the magnetic activity of the Sun A Donea 1 1. Monash University Accepted Oral
IAGA 4811 J Duan 1 A Magnetotelluric Survey Along the Georgina-Arunta Deep Seismic Reflection Transect, Northern Territory, Australia J Duan 1
P Milligan 1
A Nakamura 1
J Maher 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Poster
IAGA 2665 E Dubinin 1 Venus and Mars solar wind induced escape, overview E Dubinin 1 1. Max-Planck-Institute For Solar System Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 5446 J Duffy 1 Field Line Resonance Measurements in the Inner Magnetosphere During Large Storms: Implications for Convection and Depletion J Duffy 1
A.M Jorgensen 1
E Zesta 2
A Boudouridis 3
P.J Chi 4
M.B Moldwin 5
1. New Mexico Institute Of Mining And Technology
2. Air Force Research Laboratory
3. Space Science Institute
4. University of California Los Angeles
5. University of Michigan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2814 D Dunlop 1 High-Temperature Susceptibility and Coercive Force of Sized Magnetites and Crystalline Rocks D Dunlop 1 1. University Of Toronto Accepted Oral
IAGA 2958 J Dyment 1 Deep-Sea Magnetic Anomalies J Dyment 1
R Granot 1
F Szitkar 1
Y Gallet 1
Y Fouquet 2
1. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris & CNRS
2. IFREMER, Geosciences Marine
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4779 J Dyment 1 Magnetic Anomaly Maps from Indo-French Collaboration on the Plate Tectonic Evolution of the Indian Ocean J Dyment 1
GC Bhattacharya 2
V Yatheesh 2
D Bissessur 1
AK Chaubey 2
J Jacob 1
KA Kamesh Raju 2
T Ramprasad 2
JY Royer 3
Y Choi 1
1. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris & CNRS
2. National Institute of Oceanography & CSIR
3. Universite de Brest & CNRS
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1268 P Dyson 1 First observations of simultaneous inter-hemispheric conjugate high-latitude thermospheric winds M Kosch 1
C Anderson 2
H-C I Yiu 3
A C Kellerman 4
R A Makarevich 4
A Aruliah 3
M Conde 2
P Dyson 4
1. Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
2. Geophysical Institute, Fairbanks, Alaska
3. University College London, London, UK
4. La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5102 P Dyson 1 Joule Heating, Red Arcs and the Pre-Dawn Enhancement - A Tribute to K. D. Cole. P Dyson 1 1. La Trobe University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2029 Y Ebihara 1 Structure, dynamics and coupling of inner magnetosphere Y Ebihara 1 1. Rish, Kyoto University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2033 Y Ebihara 1 Impact of plasma sheet on storm-time ring current and sub-auroral ionosphere Y Ebihara 1
M.C Fok 2
N Nishitani 3
T Kikuchi 3
1. Rish, Kyoto University
2. NASA GSFC
3. STEL, Nagoya University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2724 N Edberg 1 Atmospheric Escape from Mars, Venus and Titan During Rough Space Weather N Edberg 1
H Nilsson 2
M Lester 3
S.W.H.C Cowley 3
K Agren 1
J.E Wahlund 1
J Luhmann 4
T McEnulty 4
A Fedorov 5
T.L Zhang 6
1. Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala
2. Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Kiruna
3. Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH, UK
4. Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, 7 Gauss Way, Berkeley, CA94720, USA
5. Centre d'Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements, BP-4346, F-31028 Toulouse, France
6. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Schmiedlstrasse 6, A- 8042 Graz, Austria
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4424 G Egbert 1 Pulsations and Source Effects in Electromagnetic Induction Array Data G Egbert 1 1. Oregon State University Accepted Oral
IAGA 4433 G Egbert 1 Developent of Variational Data Assimilation Methods for the Modular Scalable Self-consistent Three-dimensional Geodynamo Simulator G Egbert 1
L Dimitrova 1
W Kuang 2
A Tangborn 3
1. Oregon State University
2. NASA/GSFC
3. JCET, Univ. Maryland, Baltimore County
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5939 M Ejiri 1 Examination of optimum frequencies for 3-frequency measurement by potassium resonance scattering lider M Ejiri 1
T Nakamura 1
M Abo 2
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. Tokyo Metropolitan University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1772 R Elhawary 1 Normal and Abnormal Behavior of Magnetic Field Variations During Solar Quiet Days Observed at MAGDAS Chain in Egypt R Elhawary 1
K Yumoto 2
A Mahrous 3
E Ghamry 4
1. Space Weather Monitoring Center, Helwan University Accepted Poster
IAGA 4378 S Elkington 1 Contribution of Ionospheric Oxygen to the Near-Earth Plasmasheet During Geomagnetically-Quiet Conditions S Elkington 1
W Peterson 1
J McCollough 2
1. LASP, University Of Colorado
2. Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirkland AFB
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2470 M Engebretson 1 Simultaneous Traveling Convection Vortex (TCV) Events and Pc 1-2 Wave Bursts at Cusp/Cleft Latitudes observed in Arctic Canada and Svalbard M Engebretson 1
A Witte 1
J Posch 1
D Murr 1
M Lessard 2
T Raita 3
H Singer 4
1. Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN, USA
2. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA
3. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory, Sodankyla, Finland
4. Space Weather Prediction Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, CO, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2480 M Engebretson 1 Cluster Observations of Band-Limited Pc 1 Waves Associated with Streaming H+ and O+ ions in the High-Latitude Flank Plasma Mantle M Engebretson 1
C Kahlstorf 1
D Murr 1
J Posch 1
A Keiling 2
B Grison 3
H Reme 4
K Glassmeier 5
P Robert 6
1. Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN, USA
2. Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California – Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
3. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic
4. CESR/CNES, Toulouse, CEDEX 4, France
5. Institut fur Geophysik  und extraterrestrische Physik, Technische Universitat Braunschweig, Braunschweig, D-38106, Germany
6. Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas, CNRS/Ecole Polytechnique/UPMC/P11, Velizy, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5014 R Ergun 1 Rotation Driven Auroral Dynamics at Jupiter and Saturn L Ray 1
R.E Ergun 1
P.A Delamere 1
F Bagenal 1
1. Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Boulder Accepted Oral
IAGA 4662 S Eriksson 1 A Statistical THEMIS Analysis of Vortex-Induced Magnetic Islands at the Flank Magnetopause S Eriksson 1
D Dyer 1
W-L Teh 2
V Angelopoulos 3
K-H Glassmeier 4
J.P McFadden 5
1. LASP, University of Colorado, Boulder,
2. Space Research Institute, Graz,
3. IGPP, University of California, Los Angeles,
4. IGEP, Technishe Universitat, Braunschweig,
5. SSL, University of California, Berkeley, CA,
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4663 S Eriksson 1 THEMIS-C Observations of Ion and Electron Velocity Signatures within Solar Wind Reconnection Exhausts S Eriksson 1
J.T Gosling 1
T.D Phan 2
J.P McFadden 2
K-H Glassmeier 3
V Angelopoulos 4
M Cartwright 2
1. LASP, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
2. SSL, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
3. IGEP, Technishe Universitat, Braunschweig, Germany
4. IGPP, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3626 C Escoubet 1 IMF influence on the polar cusp: Cluster observations and MHD simulations C Escoubet 1
J. J. Berchem 2
F. Pitout 3
R. Richard 2
M.G.G.T. Taylor 1
K.J. Trattner 4
B. Grison 5
H. Laakso 1
A. Masson 1
J. Soucek 1
1. ESA/ESTEC
2. UCLA/IGPP (USA)
3. CESR (F)
4. Lockheed Martin ATC (USA)
5. Institute of Atmospheric  (Czech Republic)
6. RAL (UK)
7. MSSL (UK)
8. MPS (D)
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2224 V Eselevich 1 Physical Laws For The Solar Wind, Valid At Any Phase Of The Solar Cycle, As A Conclusion Made During COSPAR 2010 V Eselevich 1 1. Institute Of Solar-Terrestrial Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 2225 V Eselevich 1 On A Mechanism For The Origin Of Shock-unrelated Type II Radio Emission In The Solar Corona V Eselevich 1
M Eselevich
1. Institute Of Solar-terrestrial Physics
2. Institute Of Solar-terrestrial Physics
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2230 M Eselevich 1 Piston Shock Wave Driven By Coronal Mass Ejection M Eselevich 1 1. Institute Of Solar-Terrestrial Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 1730 P Espy 1 Atmospheric effects of radiation belt precipitation over Antarctica P Espy 1
M Daae 1
R Hibbins 1,2
D Newnham 2
F Sarays 3
1. Norwegian University Of Science And Technology, Trondheim, Norway
2. British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
3. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3889 P Evenson 1 Early Alert of Solar Radiation Hazard P Evenson 1
T Kuwabara 1
J Bieber 1
J Clem 1
R Pyle
1. University Of Delaware Accepted Poster
IAGA 549 P Fagundes 1 Observed wave-wave interaction seen through OH airglow emission at mesosphere region P Fagundes 1
J.R Abalde 1
P.P Batista 2
J.V Bageston 2
Y Sahai 1
1. Universidade do Vale do Paraíba - UNIVAP
2. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais - INPE
Accepted Oral
IAGA 548 P Fagundes 1 Equatorial Spread-F studies in the South American sector during low solar activity L Moor 1
P.R Fagundes 1
Y Sahai 1
J.R Abalde 1
A.A Pimenta 2
1. Universidade do Vale do Paraíba - UNIVAP
2. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais - INPE
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5637 C Farrugia 1, 2 On Accelerated Magnetosheath Flows under Northward IMF N Erkaev 1, 2
C Farrugia 3
B Harris 3
H Biernat 4, 5
1. Institute for Computational Modeling, Russian Academy of Sciences, Krasnoyarsk 660036, Russia
2. Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk 660041, Russia
3. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA
4. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz, Austria
5. Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Graz, Graz, Austria
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5638 C Farrugia 1 Observations of Accelerated Flows in the Magnetosheath Caused by the Draping of the IMF Around the Magnetosphere B Harris 1
C Farrugia 1
N Erkaev 2, 3
H Biernat 4, 5
1. University Of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA
2. Institute for Computational Modeling, Russian Academy of Sciences, Krasnoyarsk 660036, Russia
3. Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk 660041, Russia
4. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz, Austria
5. Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Graz, Graz, Austria
Accepted Poster
IAGA 629 Y Feng 1 The analysis of geomagnetic anomaly field of Chinese mainland and its adjacent areas during 1960
2000
Y Feng 1
Z.C An 2
J.J Pan 3
H Sun 4
F Mao 5
1. College Of Resources And Environmental Science, Nanjingagricultural University, China
2. Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
3. College Of Resources And Environmental Science, Nanjingagricultural University, China
4. Remote Sensing Application and Experiment Station of National Satellite Meteorological Center, Guangxi Meteorological Disaster Mitigation Institute, Nanning, China
5. Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Beijing, China
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3568 G Ferrari 1 The SISMOS Project for the research, recovery, reproduction and study of historical seismograms G Ferrari 1 1. Istituto Nazionale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia Accepted Oral
IAGA 4952 F Ferraccioli 1 Precambrian features of the Gamburtsev Province in East Antartica revealed from aeromagnetic and gravity data F Ferraccioli 1
C.A Finn 2
T.A Jordan 1
R.E Bell 3
L Anderson 1
D Damaske 4
1. British  Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
2. US Geological Survey, Denver, Co, USA
3. Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, N.Y, USA
4. Bundensanstalt fur Geowissenshaften und Rohstoffe, Hannover, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4971 F Ferraccioli 1 Imprints of Rodinia break-up revealed in interior East Antarctica F Ferraccioli 1
E Armadillo 2
T Jordan 2
D Young 3
D.D Blankenship 3
E Bozzo 2
1. British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
2. Dipartimento per lo studio del Territorio e delle sue Risorse, uni.v Genova, Genova, Italy
3. University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, Austin, USA
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4290 T Fischer 1 The 2000 and 2008 West Bohemia Earthquake Swarms as a Model of Fluid-driven Seismicity S Hainzl 1
T Fischer 2
1. GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
2. Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1583 D Fitriani 1,3 Method in estimating mass-specific magnetic susceptibility of strongly magnetic substances and substances that are low in quantity D Fitriani 1,3
S Bijaksana 2
L Safiuddin 1,4
1. Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institut Teknologi Bandung
2. Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung
3. Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Padjadjaran
4. Faculty of Teaching and Education Sciences, Universitas Haluoleo
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2324 D Fitzgerald 1 Automatic modelling and inversion of dykes from Magnetic Tensor gradient profiles - recent progress D Fitzgerald 1
H Holstein 2
C Foss 3
1. Intrepid Geophysics
2. Aberystwyth University
3. CSIRO
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3171 M Fnais 1 Active tectonics in the central part of the Red Sea Rift M Fnais 1
K Abdel-Rahman 1
E Abd El-Motaal 1
E Ibrahim 1
1. King Saud University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2461 M Foerster 1 IMF dependent North-South asymmetries of high-latitude plasma convection and related thermospheric dynamics M Foerster 1
S.E Haaland 2,3
E Doornbos 4
1. GFZ German Research Center For Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany
2. Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany
3. Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen, Norway
4. Delft Institute for Earth Observation and Space Systems (DEOS), Delft, The Netherland
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2462 M Foerster 1 Dawn-dusk and interhemispheric asymmetries of the global field-aligned current system during a geomagnetic storm period M Foerster 1
V.M Mishin 2
M Kurikalova 2
V.V Mishin 2
1. GFZ German Research Center For Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany
2. Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Siberian Branch (SB), Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Irkutsk, Russia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2987 T Forbes 1 CME Initiation T Forbes 1 1. University Of New Hampshire Accepted Oral
IAGA 3423 C Foss 1 Integrating Magnetic Field and Palaeomagnetic Studies C Foss 1
P Schmidt 1
P Milligan 2
R Musgrave 3
1. CSIRO
2. Geoscience Australia
3. NSWDMR
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3424 C Foss 1 The Apparent Resultant Rotation Angle (ARRA) as a Statistic to Augment the Koenigsberger Ratio in the Study of Magnetic Field Anomalies Influenced by Remanent Magnetization C Foss 1
P Schmidt 1
1. CSIRO Accepted Oral
IAGA 2636 A Fournier 1 Assimilation of Geomagnetic Observations in Three-Dimensional Models of the Geodynamo A Fournier 1
J Aubert 1
E Thebault 1
1. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris Accepted Oral
IAGA 4548 M Francis 1 Real-time regional ionospheric total electron content mapping. M Francis 1
M Terkildsen 1
Z Bouya 1
1. Ips Radio And Space Services, Bureau Of Meteorology Accepted Oral
IAGA 4549 M Francis 1 Ionospheric Scintillation monitoring using GPS M Francis 1
M Terkildsen
1. Ips Radio And Space Services, Bureau Of Meteorology Accepted Poster
IAGA 3484 B Fraser 1 Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron Waves at Geosynchronous Orbit: GOES Three Satellite Observations B Fraser 1
R Grew 1
S Morley 2
H Singer 3
1. University of Newcastle
2. University of Newcastle
3. LANL National Laboratory
4. SWPC NOAA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4441 B Fraser 1 An Historical Perspective on ULF Waves: A Tribute to Valeria Troitskaya B Fraser 1
M Kivelson 2
1. University On Newcastle
2. UCLA/IGPP
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2738 I Fratter 1 The Swarm Absolute Scalar Magnetometer : new features, capabilities and performances I Fratter 1
J.C Lalaurie 1
M Venet 1
J.M Léger 2
T Jager 2
F Bertrand 2
S Moralès 2
1. Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales
2. CEA-LETI, MINATEC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4781 W French 1 Solar Cycle and Long Term Trends in 16 years of Antarctic Hydroxyl Measurements W French 1
A.R Klekociuk 1
1. Australian Antarctic Division Accepted Oral
IAGA 3978 E Friis-Christensen 1 SCARF - The Swarm Satellite Constellation Application and Research Facility E Friis-Christensen 1
R Floberghagen 2
G Plank 2
N Olsen 1
G Hulot 3
A Kuvshinov 4
V Lesur 5
A Thomson 6
P Visser 7
1. National Space Institute, DTU
2. European Space Agency
3. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)
4. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH)
5. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam , GFZ
6. British Geological Survey (BGS)
7. Delft Institute of Earth Observation (DEOS)
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3468 K Fuji-Ta 1 An electrical conductivity network model within the hydrous rock and mineral K Fuji-ta 1
M Seki 2
T Katsura 3
M Ichiki 4
1. Graduate Scool of Engineering, Osaka University
2. Medical Technology, Kobe Tokiwa University
3. BGI, University of Bayreuth
4. Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3985 S Fujita 1 Generation of a new R2 FAC associated with a northward turn of the interplanetary magnetic field revealed from a global MHD simulation S Fujita 1
T Kikuchu 2
T Tanaka 3
1. Meteorological College
2. STEL, Nagoya University
3. Kyushu University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4788 S Fujita 1 Winter-summer asymmetry of auroral intensities in a global magnetosphere-ionosphere MHD simulation S Fujita 1
H Yamagishi 2
A Kadokura 2
T Tanaka 3
1. Meteorological College
2. National Institute of Polar Research
3. Kyushu University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5083 T Fujiwara 1 Submersible Magnetic Observations at a Back-arc Spreading Center of the Mariana Trough at 17‹N T Fujiwara 1
M Asada 1
S Umino 2
T Kanamatsu 1
A Uesugi 2
1. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
2. Kanazawa University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5269 K Fukuma 1 Testing paleointensity determinations on a drilled core of a historic lava in Sakurajima, Japan K Fukuma 1
M Fujii 1
D Miki 2
N Ishikawa 3
1. Doshisha University
2. DPRI, Kyoto Univ.
3. Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto Univ.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5333 K Fukuma 1 Archeointensity variation over the last millennium in Japan M Ooga 1
K Fukuma 1
K Wakabayashi 1
1. Doshisha University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1571 T Fuller-Rowell 1 A comparison of ionosphere models: Current Problems and Challenges in Ionospheric Modeling T Fang 1
T.J Fuller-Rowell 1
D Anderson 1
R.A Akmaev 2
F Wu 1
1. CIRES/University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA
2. NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, Boulder, CO, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4989 T Fuller-Rowell 1,2 Forecasting the Coherent Thermospheric Dynamic and Electrodynamic Response to Stratospheric Warmings With a Whole Atmosphere Model T Fuller-Rowell 1,2
R Akmaev 2
H Wang 1,2
F Wu 1,2
T-W Fang 1,2
M Codrescu 2
1. CIRES, Univ. Of Colorado
2. Space Weather Prediction Center, NOAA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5002 T Fuller-Rowell 1,2 Electrodynamic and Ionospheric Response at Low Latitude During Geomagnetic Storms N Maruyama 1,2
T Fuller-Rowell 1,2
S Sazykin 3
1. CIRES, Univ. Of Colorado
2. Space Weather Prediction Center, NOAA
3. RICE University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2878 S Fuselier 1 Multiple Magnetic Reconnection at the Dayside Magnetopause for Southward IMF S Fuselier 1
K Trattner 1
S Petrinec 1
1. Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center Accepted Oral
IAGA 4365 S Gabriel 1 The time distribution of solar energetic particle events: clustering, memory and prospects for forecasting. S Gabriel 1
P Jiggens 2
D Heynderickx 3
N Crosby 4
A Glover 5
1. University Of Southampton
2. ESA/ESTEC
3. DH Consultancy
4. Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BISA)
5. ESA/ESAC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4995 L Gallardo 1 Structural Joint Inversion of Electromagnetic, Seismic and Potential Field Data: Numerical Strategies and Field Examples L Gallardo 1 1. School of Earth and Environment, The University of Western Australia Accepted Oral
IAGA 4505 A Galvin 1 Multi-point Observations of the 'Ground State' Solar Wind and Heliosphere A Galvin 1 1. University Of New Hampshire Accepted Oral
IAGA 3875 A Gehring 1 Ferromagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: A Little-Known Method In Rock Magnetism A Gehring 1
J Kind 1
M Charilaou 1
I Garcia-Rubio 2
1. Institute of Geophysics E T H
2. Laboratory of Physical Chemistry E T H
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3876 A Gehring 1 Magnetic Transect Through The Namib Sand Sea In SW Africa A Gehring 1
B Almqvist 2
N Riahi 2
P Weidler 3
S Schultheiss 4
1. Institute of Geophysics, E T H
2. Geological Institute, E T H
3. Insitute for Functional Interfaces, K I T, D-Karlsruhe
4. TRICON Research, Windhoek, Namibia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3760 M Gerding 1 NLC Parameters At Mid-Latitudes From Multi-Year Lidar Observations: Interannual Variation And Case Studies On The Relation With Temperatures And Ambient Winds M Gerding 1
J Hoeffner 1
M Kopp 1
P Hoffmann 1
F.-J. Luebken 1
1. Leibniz Institute Of Atmospheric Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 2523 M Gettings 1 Non-Gaussian Distribution of In-Situ Magnetic Susceptibilities in Basement Rocks, Southwest United States M Gettings 1 1. U.S. Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 2972 M Gettings 1 Modeling Ground-based Magnetic Profile Data for Assessment of Concealed Mineral Deposits M Bultman 1
M Gettings 1
1. U.S Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 3282 M Gettings 1 Some Quantitative Textural Measures of Magnetic Survey Data M Gettings 1
M Bultman 1
1. U.S Geological Survey Accepted Poster
IAGA 3236 S Gibson 1 Implications of Evolving Coronal Hole Distribution during the Recent Solar Minimum S Gibson 1 1. HAO/NCAR Accepted Oral
IAGA 2811 J Gjerloev 1 Conjugacy and non-conjugacy of the auroral electrojet system. J Gjerloev 1
N Shah 2
M Friel 3
P Martin 3
1. Jhu-Apl
2. Atholton High School
3. Georgetown Day School
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2819 J Gjerloev 1 Characteristics of the Field-Aligned Current System J Gjerloev 1
S Ohtani 1
T Iijima 2
J Slavin 3
G Le 3
B Anderson 1
1. Jhu-Apl
2. Nerima-ku, Tokyo
3. NASA-GSFC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3165 J Gjerloev 1 Ground based magnetometers: The workhorse of the magnetospheric-ionospheric community. R Barnes 1
J Gjerloev 1
1. Jhu-Apl Accepted Oral
IAGA 2848 M Gkioulidou 1 Effect of self-consistent magnetic field on plasma sheet penetration to the inner magnetosphere: force balanced RCM simulations and data comparisons M Gkioulidou 1
C.P Wang 1
L.R Lyons 1
R.A Wolf 2
1. Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles
2. Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rice University, Houston
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2901 M Gkioulidou 1,2 Field-aligned current distribution associated with substorm onset arcs T Nishimura 1,2
L Lyons 1
T Kikuchi 2
V Angelopoulos 3
E Donovan 4
H Luhr 5
1. Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles
2. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
3. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles
4. Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Calgary
5. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2827 N Gopalswamy 1 Front-side Type II Radio Bursts Without Shocks Near Earth N Gopalswamy 1
P Makela 2
H Xie 2
S Yashiro 2
S Akiyama 2
1. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
2. The Catholic University of America
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2104 V Grauch 1 Evaluating Faulted Strata as Likely Sources of Aeromagnetic Anomalies V Grauch 1
M.R Hudson 1
1. U.S. Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 4066 A Grocott 1 Dynamic Sub-Auroral Ionospheric Electric Fields Observed By The Falkland Islands Radar During The Course Of A Geomagnetic Storm A Grocott 1
S.E Milan 1
M Lester 1
T.K Yeoman 1
M.P Freeman 2
J.B.H Baker 3
J.M Ruohoniemi 3
1. University of Leicester
2. British Antarctic Survey
3. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4067 A Grocott 1 Superposed Epoch Analyses Of The Ionospheric Convection And Auroral Evolution During Substorms: Onset Local Time And IMF By Dependences A Grocott 1
S.E Milan 1
1. University Of Leicester Accepted Oral
IAGA 5882 K Groves 1 Weakly Driven Equatorial Scintillation: A Solar Minimum Perspective K Groves 1
R Caton 1
J Retterer 1
C Carrano 2
C Bridgwood 2
S Basu 2
1. Air Force Research Laboratory
2. Boston College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5883 K Groves 1 The Correlation of Terrestrial and Space Weather at Low Latitudes K Groves 1
K Wiens 1
W McNeil 2
1. Air Force Research Laboratory
2. Boston College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 605 D Gubbins 1 Analysis of Lithospheric Magnetisation in Vector Spherical Harmonics D Gubbins 1
D Ivers 2
S Masterson 1
D.E Winch 2
1. University Of Leeds
2. University of Sydney
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4485 D Gubbins 1 Magnetisation in the Oceanic Lithosphere and Prediction of its Magnetic Field Using Vector Spherical Harmonics S Masterton 1
D Gubbins 1
R.D Muller 2
K Hemant 3
1. University of Leeds
2. University of Sydney
3. Planetary Geodynamics Laboratory NASA GSFC
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4970 R Guillermo 1 Paleomagnetic studies, and of rock magnetism in Cenozoic basalts outcropping in northern Neuquén and southern Mendoza provinces, Argentina: this geodynamics implications G Re 1
J.F Vilas 1,2
1. Dpto. Geologia - Univ. Buenos Aires
2. CONICET (National Academic of Science)
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4972 R Guillermo 1 Magnetostratigraphic correlation of the Mio-Pleistocene continental formations outcropping in NW Argentina, this relation with Nazca Plate subduction. G Re 1
J.F Vilas 1,2
1. Dpto. Geologia - Univ. Buenos Aires
2. CONICET (National Academic of Science)
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1754 V Guineva 1 Study of the 5577Å and 6300Å emissions characteristics during substorms V Guineva 1
I Despirak 2
R Werner 1
E Trondsen 3
1. Space And Solar-Terrestrial Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy Of Sciences, Bulgaria
2. Polar Geophysical Institute, Apatity, Russia
3. University of Oslo, Department of Physics, Oslo, Norway
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1805 L Guizelli 1,2 The Rule of the Magnetic Activity on Observation of EEJ Plasma Irregularities in the Peruvian Sector Based on Two Years of Radar Sounding Data L Guizelli 1,2
C Denardini 1
L Resende 1
J Moro 1
1. National Institute for Space Research - INPE
2. University of Taubate - UNITAU
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1245 S Gurubaran 1 On the role of Atmospheric Tides in the Day-to-Day Variabilities in the Low Latitude Atmosphere-Ionosphere System S Gurubaran 1
R Dhanya 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 2089 A Gvishiani 1 Recognition of geomagnetic data disturbances of dynamic nature using fuzzy logic A Gvishiani 1
S Agayan 1
S Bogoutdinov 1
1. Geophysical Center of Russian Academy of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 3997 R Haagmans 1 Swarm: ESA's Magnetic Field Mission R Haagmans 1
Y Menard 1
R Floberghagen 1
G Plank 1
1. European Space Agency Accepted Oral
IAGA 4470 R Hackney 1 Levelled ship-track magnetic and gravity data for parts of Australia's continental margins R Hackney 1
M Morse 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IAGA 4471 R Hackney 1 Integrated Geophysics for Frontier Basins on Australia's Continental Margin: Successes and Challenges R Hackney 1
J Goodwin 1
S Johnston 1
R Lane 1
P Milligan 1
M Morse 1
G Nayak 1
P Petkovic 1
N Williams 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IAGA 4666 A Halford 1 EMIC waves, Plasmaspheric density, and Radiation Belt loss: A CRRES study A Halford 1
B Fraser 1
S Morley 2
R Friedel 2
J Koller 2
1. Centre For Space Physics Newcastle University
2. Space Science and Applications, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4457 H Halls 1 Melville Bugt Dykes of Western Greenland: an Early Expression of Magmatism from the 1.6-1.5 Ga Fennoscandian Rapakivi Granite Province? H Halls 1
M Hamilton 2
S Denyszyn 3
1. University of Toronto Mississauga
2. Jack Satterly Geochronology Lab, Dept of Geology, University of Toronto
3. Berkeley Geochronology Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4465 H Halls 1 Paleomagnetism and U-Pb Geochronology of the Grenville Dyke Swarm: a Rapid, Enigmatic Change in the Geomagnetic Field During the Late Neoproterozoic H Halls 1
A Lovette 1
U Soderlund 2
M Hamilton 3
1. University Of Toronto Mississauga
2. GeoBiosphere Science Centre, Lund University, Sweden
3. Jack Satterly Geochronology Lab, Dept of Geology, University of Toronto
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5082 C Hanuise 1 Study of CME geoeffectiveness from SuperDARN convection data C Hanuise 1
A Marchaudon 1
1. Lpc2e/cnrs Accepted Poster
IAGA 4060 Y Hao 1 Planetary Waves and Winter Anomaly of Ionospheric Absorption in East Asia Sector Y Hao 1
D Zhang 1
Z Xiao 1
1. School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University Accepted Poster
IAGA 2919 Y Harada 1 Interaction between lunar magnetic anomalies and electrons in the Earth's magnetosphere Y Harada 1
S Machida 1
Y Saito 2
S Yokota 2
H Tsunakawa 3
1. Dept. of Geophys., Kyoto Univ.
2. ISAS/JAXA
3. Dept. Earth Planet. Sci., Tokyo TECH
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1872 H Harinarayana 1 Natural Signals for Natural Resources T Harinarayana 1 1. National Geophysical Research Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 2547 T Harris 1 An Experiments-Based Program to Investigate Small-Scale Disturbances in the Ionosphere. T Harris 1
M Cervera 1
1. Defence Science And Technology Organisation Accepted Oral
IAGA 1536 N Hasan 1 Investigation of Sumatran Fault derived from Magnetotelluric Data N Hasan 1
Y Ogawa 2
F Kimata 3
D Sutarno 1
D Sugiyanto 4
1. Physics Department, Bandung Institute Of Technology
2. Volcanic Fluid Research Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
3. Research Center for Seismology and Volcanology,  Nagoya University, Japan
4. Physics Department, Syiah Kuala University,Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1539 N Hasan 1 Resistivity Structure of Volcanic Zones derived from Magnetotelluric Data using Phase tensor and Induction Vector Analysis N Hasan 1
Y Ogawa 2
D Sutarno 1
1. Physics Department, Bandung Institute Of Technology
2. Volcanic Fluid Research Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3761 H Hayashi 1 Inter-university Upper atmosphere Global Observation NETwork (IUGONET) H Hayashi 1
Y Koyama 2
T Hori 3
Y Tanaka 4
M Kagitani 5
A Shinbori 1
S Abe 6
T Kouno 3
D Yoshida 2
S UeNo 7
1. Research Institute For Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University
2. World Data Center for Geomag., Kyoto, Kyoto University
3. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
4. National Institute of Polar Research
5. Planetary Plasma and Atmospheric Research Center, Tohoku University
6. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University
7. Kwasan and Hida Observatories, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5683 J He 1 Wave Properties in Solar Atmosphere and Interplanetary Solar Wind J He 1
C Tu 1
E Marsch 2
S Yao 1
H Tian 3
1. School Of Earth And Space Sciences, Peking University
2. Max-Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany
3. High Altitude Observatory, Boulder CO, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5639 R Heelis 1 Influences of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling at Low and Middle Latitudes R Heelis 1 1. University Of Texas At Dallas Accepted Oral
IAGA 2762 J Heerikhuisen 1 Simulations of energetic neutral atoms in the heliosphere and the IBEX ribbon J Heerikhuisen 1
N Pogorelov 1
G Zank 1
1. University Of Alabama In Huntsville Accepted Oral
IAGA 4180 L Hegymegi 1 A step forward the realization of unmanned observatory L Hegymegi 1
I Hrvoic 2
B Heilig 3
A Csontos 3
1. Mingeo Ltd
2. GEM Systems Ltd
3. Eotvos L. Geophysical Institute
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3677 P Hejda 1 Solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field: interlink between processes on the Sun and geomagnetic activity P Hejda 1
J Bochnicek 1
1. Institute Of Geophysics, Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 3154 S Hendricks 1 Thickness Retrieval of Deformed Sea Ice with Airborne Electromagnetic Induction Sounding: Error Evaluation using a 3D Finite Element Forward Model S Hendricks 1
C Haas 2
1. Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
2. Earth and Atmosphere Sciences, University of Alberty
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2839 E Herrero-Bervera 1 Rock Magnetic and Absolute Paleointensity Determination Studies  of the Dacite of the Duffer Fm of the Pilbara Craton, Western Australia E Herrero-Bervera 1
J.P Valet 2
1. University Of Hawaii At Manoa, SOEST-HIGP
2. IPGP, Paris France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1227 E Herrero-Bervera 1 Detailed Paleomagnetic Study of the Pringle Falls Excursion recorded by  5 widely separated profiles  found along the Deschutes River, Oregon USA E Herrero-Bervera 1
E Canon-Tapia 2
1. University Of Hawaii At Manoa, SOEST-HIGP
2. Division of Earth Sciences, CICESE
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2323 A Herries 1, 2 Direct dating of geomagnetic events and excursions in Plio-Pleistocene speleothems from South Africa using Uranium-lead A Herries 1, 2
R Pickering 3
P Hopley 4, 5
1. UNSW Archaeomagnetism Laboratory, University Of New South Wales
2. Geomagnetism Laboratory, University of Liverpool
3. Department of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne
4. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Birkbeck College, University of London
5. Department of Earth Sciences, University College London
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3321 D Heslop 1 The Decomposition of Hysteresis Loops into Environmentally Meaningful Mixing Models D Heslop 1
A.P Roberts 1
1. Research School Of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1992 M Hickey 1 Gravity Wave Propagation in a Diffusively Separated and Viscous Atmosphere M Hickey 1
R Walterscheid 2
G Schubert 2,3
1. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
2. The Aerospace Corporation
3. The University of California Los Angeles
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1221 F Hill 1 Data Assimilation in Helioseismology F Hill 1 1. National Solar Observatory Accepted Oral
IAGA 2460 M Hill 1 Microwave Archaeointensity Methodology M Hill 1
A Biggin 1
F Stark 1
N Suttie 1
M Thomas 1
1. University Of Liverpool Accepted Oral
IAGA 6071 G Hill 1 Electromagnetic image of the Hikurangi subduction interface, Raukumara Peninsula, New Zealand W Heise 1
G Hill 1
G Caldwell 1
S Bennie 1
N Cozens 1
1. GNS Science Accepted Oral
IAGA 3451 D Hillan 1 Type II Solar Radio Bursts : Extraction of Shock Parameters and Detailed Comparison of Theory with Observations D Hillan 1
I Cairns 1
P Robinson 1
1. School Of Physics, University of Sydney Accepted Oral
IAGA 5160 M Hirahara 1 A comparative study on the structures and dynamics of auroras and the fine properties of auroral particles using Reimei M Hirahara 1
Y Fukuda 2
K Seki 3
K Asamura 4
T Sakanoi 5
T Takada 6
A Yamazaki 7
Y Ebihara 8
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Science, The University of Tokyo
3. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
4. ISAS, JAXA
5. PPARC, Tohoku University
6. Kochi National College of Technology
7. ISAS, JAXA
8. RISH, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2752 A Hirt 1 Schwarzsee ob solden: relationship between magnetic mineralogy and local redox conditions A Hirt 1
K.A Koinig 2
1. Institute of Geophysics, ETH-Zurich
2. Institute of Ecology, University of Innsbruck
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3854 A Hirt 1,2 Melt Migration In Columnar Jointed Basalt From Hreppholar, Iceland: Evidence From Magnetic Anisotropy And Rock Magnetic Properties B Almqvist 1,2
A.M Hirt 1
S Bosshard 3
H.B Mattson 3
G Hetényi 3
1. Institute of Geophysics, ETH Zurich
2. Geological Institute, ETH Zurich
3. Institute of Geochemistry and Petrology, ETH-Zurich
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5371 K Hoffman 1,2 Duration of Flux Patch Immobility at the Core Surface and the Reversal Process: Observations From Transitional Field Records Since the Mid-Cenozoic K Hoffman 1,2 1. Cal Poly State University Accepted Poster
IAGA 3934 R Holme 1 Calibration and Cleaning of Magnetic Satellite Data R Holme 1
V Penquerc'h 1
A Thomson 2
K Whaler 3
1. School of Environmental Sciences, University Of Liverpool, UK
2. British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK
3. School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3942 R Holme 1 The Strength of the Geomagnetic Field, 1590-1840 R Holme 1
N Suttie 1
M Korte 2
1. School of  Environmental Sciences, University Of Liverpool, UK
2. GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4399 M Holmstrom 1 The Interaction Between the Moon and the Solar Wind M Holmstrom 1 1. Swedish Institute of Space Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 4039 M Holmstrom 1 On the Helium balance in the Martian atmosphere G Stenberg 1
H Nilsson 1
Y Futaana 1
S Barabash 1
A Fedorov 2
D Brain 3
M Holmstrom 1
1. Swedish Institute Of Space Physics
2. CESR
3. SSL, University of California
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4400 M Holmstrom 1 Modeling the Solar Wind Proton Velocity Space Distribution Function in the Near Lunar Wake S Fatemi 1
M Holmstrom 1
Y Futaana 1
1. Swedish Institute of Space Physics Accepted Poster
IAGA 4402 M Holmstrom 1 Multiple Ion Acceleration at Martian Bow Shock M Yamauchi 1
Y Futaana 1
M Holmstrom 1
R Lundin 1
S Barabash 1
A Fedorov 2
J.-A Sauvaud 2
R.A Frahm 3
J.D Winningham 3
E Dubinin 4
1. Swedish Institute of Space Physics
2. Centre d'Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements
3. Southwest Research Institute
4. Max-Planck-Institut fur Sonnensystemforschung
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3636 I Honkonen 1, 2 Parallel GUMICS I Honkonen 1, 2
P Janhunen 1
M Palmroth 1
1. Finnish Meteorological Institute
2. University of Helsinki
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3758 R Horne 1 Electron Precipitation due to Wave-Particle Interactions in the Earth’s Radiation Belts R Horne 1 1. British Antarctic Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 823 H Hotta 1 Parity of solar global magnetic field based on the mean-field flux-transport dynamo model. H Hotta 1
T Yokoyama 1
1. University Of Tokyo Accepted Oral
IAGA 1039 H Hotta 1 Modeling of differential rotation of rapidly rotating stars H Hotta 1
T Yokoyama 1
1. University Of Tokyo Accepted Poster
IAGA 3556 B Huang 1 Paleomagnetism of Early Paleogene Marine Sediments in Southern Tibet, China: Implications to Onset of the India-Asia Collision and Size of the Greater Indian Plate B Huang 1
Zhiyu Yi 1
1. Institute of Geology And Geophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 5001 G Hulot 1,2 Beyond Reversals: an Attempt to Interpret Details of a Billion-Year old Sedimentary Magnetostratigraphic Sequence A Khokhlov 1,2
G Hulot 2,3
V Pavlov 4,2
Y Gallet 2,3
1. IIEPT RAS, Profsoyuznaya str. 84/32, Moscow, 117997, Russia
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cite, France
3. INSU/CNRS (UMR 7154), France
4. Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth RAS, Moscow, Russia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4879 G Hulot 1,2,3 The Secular Variation Timescale and its Application to Rescale the Time Axis of Dynamo Simulations F Lhuillier 1,2,3
A Fournier 2,3
G Hulot 2,3
J Aubert 1,3
1. Equipe de Dynamique des Fluides Geologiques, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cite, France
2. Equipe de Geomagnetisme, Institut de Physique Du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cite, France
3. INSU/CNRS (UMR 7154) France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4880 G Hulot 1,2,3 Earth's Dynamo Limit of Predictability: the Key Role of Magnetic Dissipation F Lhuillier 1,2,3
J Aubert 2,3
G Hulot 2,3
1. Equipe de Dynamique des Fluides Geologiques, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cite, France
2. Equipe de Geomagnetisme, Institut de Physique Du Globe de Paris, Sorbonne Paris Cite, France
3. INSU/CNRS (UMR 7154) France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 563 B Hultqvist 1 Hannes Alfven's Role in Auroral Research B Hultqvist 1 1. Swedish Institute Of Space Physics, Kiruna, Sweden Accepted Oral
IAGA 3598 M Ichiki 1 An upper mantle electrical conductivity profile beneath the Australian continent and a comparison with a laboratory-based model M Ichiki 1
K Fuji-ta 2
L Wang 3
J Whatman 3
A Hitchman 3
1. Tohoku University
2. Osaka University
3. Geoscience Australia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1102 K Iguchi 1 Development of a digital fluxgate magnetometer using sigma-delta DAC for the SCOPE mission K Iguchi 1
A Matsuoka 2
A Fujimoto 2
1. Department Of Space And Astronautical Science, School Of Physical Sciences, The Graduate University For Advanced Studies
2. Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2611 Y Iio 1 Generating Process of Intraplate Earthquakes and Roles of fluid in crust Y Iio 1 1. Dpri, Kyoto Univ. Accepted Oral
IAGA 3495 A Ikeda 1 Long-period Ionospheric Electric and Magnetic Field Variations Observed by FM-CW Radar and MAGDAS A Ikeda 1
K Yumoto 2
Y Kakinami 3
M Shinohara 4
K Nozaki 5
T Nagatsuma 5
A Yoshikawa 2
B Shevtsov 6
V Bychkov 6
D McNamara 7
1. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu Univ.
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu Univ.
3. Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Taiwan Institute of Seismology and Volcanology, Hokkaido University, Japan
4. Kagoshima National College of Technology
5. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
6. Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Radiowaves Propagation of the  Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences
7. Manila Observatory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3640 A Ikeda 1 Lunar tide effects in the equatorial electrojet observed by MAGDAS/CPMN Y Fujita 1
K Yumoto 2
Y Yamazaki 1
A Ikeda 2
S Abe 2
T Uozumi 2
  MAGDAS Group 2
1. Earth and Planetary Sci.,Kyushu Univ.
2. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu Univ.
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1555 M Imai 1 Observations of Jupiter's Decametric and Hectometric Radio Emissions by Cassini/RPWS and Voyager/PRA M Imai 1
A Lecacheux 2
K Imai 3
C Higgins 4
J Thieman 5
1. Advanced Course In Mechanical And Electrical Engineering, Kochi National College Of Technology, Kochi, Japan
2. LESIA, CNRS - Observatoire de Paris, Meudon, France
3. Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Science, Kochi National College of Technology, Kochi, Japan
4. Department of Physics and Astronomy, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA
5. Solar System Exploration Division Services Office, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3228 S Imber 1 Multiple Flux Ropes in the Earths Magnetotail S Imber 1
J Slavin 1
1. Nasa Goddard Space Flight Centre Accepted Oral
IAGA 1957 M Ingham 1 Closing the Pacific dipole window? - historical secular variation in the south-west Pacific M Ingham 1
E Ingham 1
G Turner 1
1. Victoria University Of Wellington Accepted Poster
IAGA 2128 T Ishihara 1 Digitisation of analog GEODAS marine magnetic data T Ishihara 1
M Catalan 2
1. Institute of Geology and Geoinformation, AIST
2. Royal Observatory of the Spanish Navy
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3680 D Ivers 1 Effects of Magnetic Buoyancy on MHD Stability in Planetary Cores D Ivers 1 1. University of Sydney Accepted Poster
IAGA 2592 T Iyemori 1 Geomagnetic indices, space weather products, data rescue and metadata: new insights and developments T Iyemori 1 1. Graduate School Of Science, Kyoto University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2599 T Iyemori 1 Geomagnetic pulsations and field-aligned currents caused by the lower atmospheric disturbances T Iyemori 1
K Nakanishi 1
S Yamanaka 1
H Luhr 2
Y Sanoo 5
M Matsumura 1
K Taira 1
M Nishioka 3
E Choque 4
D Rosales 4
1. Graduate School Of Science, Kyoto University
2. GeoForschungsZentrum, GFZ
3. STEL, Nagoya University
4. Instituto Geofísico del Peru
5. Asahi University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3679 A Jackson 1 Magnetic Field Evolution From The Last Decade Of Satellite Observation A Jackson 1
C Finlay 1
N Gillet 2
N Olsen 3
1. Eth Zurich
2. University of Grenoble
3. Danish Technical University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1653 C Jacobi 1 Middle atmosphere gravity wave modulation at planetary wave time scales and possible coupling with the ionosphere C Jacobi 1
P Hoffmann 1
C Borries 2
N Jakowski 2
1. University of Leipzig
2. DLR, Institute for Communication and Navigation
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2490 C Jacobi 1 EUV-TEC Proxy for Ionospheric Variability using Satellite-borne Solar EUV Measurements C Unglaub 1
C Jacobi 1
G Schmidtke 2
B Nikutowski 2
R Brunner 2
1. University of Leipzig
2. Fraunhofer-Institut für Physikalische Messtechnik
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2491 C Jacobi 1 Long-term Trends, their Changes, and interannual Variability of Northern Hemisphere Midlatitude MLT Winds C Jacobi 1
R Liu 2
E Merzlyakov 3
C Meek 4
P Hoffmann 1
Y Portnyagin 3
A Manson 4
1. University of Leipzig
2. Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
3. Institute for Experimental Meteorology, Obninsk
4. Institute of Space and Atmospheric Studies, Saskatoon
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2489 C Jacobi 1 Use of Television Broadcasting Signals for Mesosphere/Lower Thermosphere Wind Measurements by the Meteor Radiolocation Method V Kukush 1
C Jacobi 2
A Oleynikov 1
1. Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics
2. University of Leipzig
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2798 G James 1 Features of  electron cyclotron waves in  the ionosphere G James 1 1. Communications Research Centre Accepted Oral
IAGA 5072 A Janzhura 1 Data acquisition system for Russian Arctic magnetometer network A Janzhura 1
O Troshichev 1
1. Arctic And Antarctic Research Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 3486 E Ji 1 Interplanetary Conditions for Intense Geomagnetic Storms and the Comparison of Dst Forecast Models E Ji 1
Y-J Moon 2,3
D-H Lee 2
1. Astronomy And Space Science, Kyung Hee University
2. School of Space Research, Kyung Hee University
3. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5498 H Jin 1 Vertical Connection from Troposphere to Ionosphere Studied by Data-driven GAIA Simulation H Jin 1
Y Miyoshi 2
H Fujiwara 3
H Shinagawa 1
K Terada 3
1. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
2. Kyushu University
3. Tohoku University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1078 M Johnston 1 Absolute Magnetic Field Monitoring along the San Andreas Fault 1972-2011: What have we learned about Earthquakes, Aseismic Slip, and Volcanic Activity? M Johnston 1 1. Us Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 4606 J Johnson 1 The Role of Heavy Ions in Plasma Entry and Transport Processes J Johnson 1
P Delamere 2
A Otto 3
Y Lin 4
S Wing 5
E-H Kim 1
S Lazerson 1
1. Princeton University
2. University of Colorado
3. University of Alaska
4. Auburn University
5. Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4624 J Johnson 1 Two-Dimensional Finite Element Full-Wave Model for Plasma Waves in the Inner Magnetosphere J Johnson 1
E Valeo 1
E-H Kim 1
C Phillips 1
1. Princeton University Accepted Oral
IAGA 5353 J Johnson 1 Non-local electron dynamics within Field Line Resonances P Damiano 1
J Johnson 1
1. Princeton University/Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 5746 J Johnson 1 Kinetic Simulations of Mode Conversion at the Magnetopause P Damiano 1
J Johnson 1
Yu Lin 2
X. Wang 2
1. Princeton University
2. Auburn University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2697 C Jones 1 Planetary Dynamos: What can we learn from simulations? C Jones 1 1. University Of Leeds Accepted Oral
IAGA 4108 N Jordanova 1 Magnetism of soils applied for estimation of erosion at an agricultural land in NE Bulgaria N Jordanova 1
P Petrov 1
D Jordanova 1,2
A Atanasova 1
1. National Institute Of Geophysics, Geodesy And Geography
2. Sofia University, Physics Dept.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4116 N Jordanova 1 Quality of urban environment in six big cities in Bulgaria deduced by magnetic studies of indoor and outdoor dust N Jordanova 1
P Petrov 1
D Jordanova 1,2
R Yankova
T Tsacheva 3
1. National Institute Of Geophysics, Geodesy And Geography
2. Sofia University, Physics Dept.
3. Inst. of Physical Chemistry
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4746 A Jorgensen 1 Data Assimilation of Plasma Density Measurements Into the Dynamic Global Core Plasma Model A Jorgensen 1
A. J. Ridley 2
A. M. Dodger 2
P. J. Chi 3
J. Lichtenberger 4
M. B. Moldwin 2
D. Ober 5
A. Boudouridis 6
1. New Mexico Institute Of Mining And Technology, New Mexico, USA
2. University of Michigan, Michigan, USA
3. University of California Los Angeles, California, USA
4. Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary
5. Air For Research Laboratory, New Mexico, USA
6. Space Science Institute, Colorado, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 654 T Jørgensen 1 Auroral Research in Greenland in Connection with the first International Polar Year 1882/83 T Jørgensen 1 1. Danish Meteorological Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 2467 V Juan Francisco 1 Paleomagnetic study of Mesozoic magmatic arc rocks at Cierva Point, northwest Antarctic Peninsula N Cosentino 1
A Tassone 2
H Lippai 2
J.F Vilas 1,2
1. Departamento De Ciencias Geológicas, Facultad De Ciencias Exactas Y Naturales, Universidad De Buenos Aires
2. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET).
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2469 V Juan Francisco 1 Geological and geophysical modeling of the Navarino Island plutons. Southernmost South America J Peroni 1
A Tassone 1
H Lippai 1
F Hervé 2
J.F Vilas 1
1. CONICET. Dp. Ciencias Geológicas, Universidad Buenos Aires
2. Departamento de Geología, Universidad de Chile
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1586 B Kakad 1 A new method for forecast of peak and ascent time of solar cycle B Kakad 1 1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IAGA 1587 B Kakad 1 Seasonal and solar flux influence on quiet time evolution of post sunset equatorial F region height B Kakad 1
D Tiwari 1
T Pant 2
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism, Panvel-410218, India
2. SPL,VSSC, Tiruvananthapuram-695022, India
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2159 R Kataoka 1 High-speed imaging observations of flickering aurora and breakup aurora R Kataoka 1
Y Miyoshi 2
A Yaegashi 3
T Nishiyama 3
T Sakanoi 3
Y Ebihara 4
K Shiokawa 2
1. Tokyo Tech
2. Nagoya Univ
3. Tohoku Univ
4. Kyoto Univ
Accepted Oral
IAGA 584 N Kawamura 1 Diagenetic alterations of magnetic signals in Labrador Sea sediments (IODP Sites U1305, U1306, and U1307) N Kawamura 1
N Ishikawa
M Torii
1. Japan Coast Guard Academy
2. Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
3. Department of Biosphere-Geosphere System Science, Okayama University of Science
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3681 P Keckhut 1 Middle-Atmosphere temperature trends: Space & ground-based observations P Keckhut 1
B Funatsu 1
C Claud 2
A Hauchecorne 1
1. Latmos-Uvsq-Ipsl
2. LMD-IPSL
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2674 G Kelly 1 Polar geomagnetism: improving models of high-latitude magnetic fields G Kelly 1
R Holme 1
A Thomson 2
1. University Of Liverpool
2. British Geological Survey
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5964 J Kennewell 1,2 Early Space Weather Forecasting J Kennewell 1,2
P Wilkinson 1
1. IPS, Bureau of Meteorology
2. Australian Space Academy
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5965 J Kennewell 1,2 Historical Rules of Thumb in Space Weather Forecasting J Kennewell 1,2
P Wilkinson 2
1. Australian Space Academy
2. IPS, Bureau of Meteorology
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4962 L Kepko 1 Modeling Harris current sheets with THEMIS observations L Kepko 1
S Apatenkov 2
V Angelopoulos 3
R McPherron 3
K.-H. Glassmeier 4
1. NASA/GSFC
2. St. Petersburg State University
3. University of California, Los Angeles
4. Technical University, Braunschweig
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5880 D Kerridge 1 Methods to discriminate signal from noise in magnetic observatory data C Turbitt 1
O Baillie 1
D Kerridge 1
E Clarke 1
1. British Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 2259 T Kikuchi 1 PENETRATION OF CONVECTION AND OVERSHIELDING ELECTRIC FIELDS TO LOW LATITUDE IONOSPHERE DURING SUBSTORMS AND STORMS T Kikuchi 1
K.K Hashimoto 2
Y Ebihara 3
T Nagatsuma 4
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Kyushu University of Health and Welfare
3. Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University
4. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2260 T Kikuchi 1 Ionospheric electric field and currents during substorms as observed by SuperDARN and magnetometers at high-to-equatorial latitudes T Kikuchi 1
K.K Hashimoto 2
T Nagatsuma 3
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Kyushu University of Health and Welfare
3. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1969 K Kim 1 Coherence Analysis of Daytside Pi2 Pulsations at the Equator and Nightside Pi2 Pulsations in the Auroral Region K Kim 1
K Takahashi 2
H.J Kwon 1
D.H Lee 1
K Yumoto 3
1. School Of Space Research, Kyung Hee University
2. Johns Hopkins University APL
3. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3493 K Kim 1 A Simulation Study of Nonlinear MHD Wave Propagation with Time-dependent Approach. K Kim 1
D-H Lee 1
K-H Kim 1
K Kim 2
1. Kyung Hee University
2. Ajou University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4738 E Kim 1 Role of linear mode conversion on solar and heliospheric radio emissions at oblique density inhomogeneities E Kim 1
I Cairns 2
P Robinson 2
F Schleyer 2
1. Princeton University
2. University of Sydney
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5692 E Kim 1 ULF wave absorption in the Mercury’s multi-ion magnetosphere E Kim 1
J Johnson 1
K Lee 2
1. Princeton University
2. Kyung Hee University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2743 V Kim 1 Observations magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling effects at middle latitudes by HF sounding V Kim 1
Y Ruzhin 2
1. Izmiran Russian Academy Of Science
2. Izmiran Russian Academy Of Science
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2772 J Kind 1 Magnetic evolution of Swiss lakes during the Holocene J Kind 1
A.U Gehring 1
A.M Hirt 1
1. ETHZ Institute of Geophysics Accepted Oral
IAGA 2773 J Kind 1 Master curve for paleointensity and paleodirections for Swiss lacustrine sediments J Kind 1
S Panovska 1
A.M Hirt 1
1. ETHZ Institute of Geophysics Accepted Oral
IAGA 4714 L Kistler 1 Impact of Ionospheric Ions on the Plasma Sheet L Kistler 1
C Mouikis 1
J Liao 1
Y-H Liu 1
1. University of New Hampshire Accepted Oral
IAGA 4846 N Kitamura 1 Solar zenith angle dependence of plasma density and temperature in the polar cap ionosphere and low-altitude magnetosphere during geomagnetically quiet periods at solar maximum N Kitamura 1
Y Ogawa 2
Y Nishimura 3
N Terada 1
T Ono 1
A Shinbori 4
A Kumamoto 5
V Truhlik 6
J Smilauer 6
1. Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
2. National Institute of Polar Research
3. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
4. Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (RISH), Kyoto University
5. Planetary Plasma and Atmospheric Research Center, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
6. Institute of Atmospheric Physics
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5056 N Kitamura 1 Storm-time electron density enhancements in the cleft ion fountain N Kitamura 1
Y Nishimura 2
N Terada 1
T Ono 1
A Shinbori 3
A Kumamoto 4
M Chandler 5
T Moore 6
1. Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
2. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
3. Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (RISH), Kyoto University
4. Planetary Plasma and Atmospheric Research Center, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
5. NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
6. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1554 I Kitiashvili 1 Data Assimilation for Dynamo Modeling and Solar Cycle Prediction I Kitiashvili 1 1. Stanford University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1333 A Kizhakkekara Kunjavaran 1 Hydrocarbon Prospects Across Narmada-Tapti Rift in Deccan Trap, Central India: Inferences from Integrated Interpretation of Magnetotelluric and Geochemical Prospecting Studies K Abdul Azeez K. 1
T Satish Kumar 2
S Basava 3
T Harinarayana 1
M Dayal A. 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Hyderabad, India
2. Oil India Limited, Duliajan, India
3. GeoStar Surveys India Private Limited, Navi Mumbai, India
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4637 C Kletzing 1 Waves in the Earth's Radiation Belt: The Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite with Integrated Science on the Radiation Belt Storm Probes C Kletzing 1 1. The University Of Iowa Accepted Oral
IAGA 4638 C Kletzing 1 Observation of Electron Phase Bunching in Auroral Langmuir Waves C Kletzing 1
S.R Bounds 1
S Kaeppler 1
J LaBelle 2
M Dombrowski 2
1. The University Of Iowa
2. Dartmouth College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3510 D Knipp 1 The Role of Large East-West Interplanetary Magnetic Field in Geoeffective Disturbances in the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System D Knipp 1
G Crowley 2
J Raeder 3
1. University Of Colorado
2. ASTRA
3. University of New Hampshire
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3531 D Knipp 1 Energy input to the dayside thermosphere when the east-west interplanetary magnetic field is large D Knipp 1
G Crowley 2
J Raeder 3
S Eriksson 1
1. University Of Colorado
2. ASTRA
3. University of New Hampshire
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3938 D Knudsen 1 Theory and Observations of Auroral Arcs:  Unresolved Issues D Knudsen 1
E Donovan 1
R Kabirzadeh 1
E Spanswick 1
1. University Of Calgary Accepted Oral
IAGA 2373 K Kodama 1 Frequency spectrum of AC magnetic susceptibility: A new rock magnetic property measured by a new device K Kodama 1 1. Center for Advanced Marine Core Research, Kochi University Accepted Poster
IAGA 3499 R Koleva 1 Discrete Structures in the Magnetotail Lobes R Koleva 1
E Grigorenko 2
1. Space and Solar-Terrestrial Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
2. Space Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3501 R Koleva 1 Multi-point Investigation of the Magnetospheric Response to Complex Interplanetary Driving: a Case Study R Koleva 1
A Bochev 1
1. Space And Solar-Terrestrial Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 2368 M Kono 1 Orientation Errors in paleomagnetic samples and their effects on data interpretation M Kono 1 1. Tokyo Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAGA 4899 E Kontar 1 Sub-THz Emission Mechanisms in Solar Flares E Kontar 1
G.D. Fleishman 2
1. University of Glasgow,
2. New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5887 J Korhonen 1 World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map, Second Edition J Korhonen 1
A Team
1. Geologian Tutkimuskeskus Accepted Oral
IAGA 5853 J Korhonen 1 A Candidate Model for the Second Edition of WDMAM by Team GTK J Korhonen 1
T GTK
1. Geologian Tutkimuskeskus Accepted Poster
IAGA 5920 J Korhonen 1 Observed regional magnetic anomaly change in Sweden between 1965 and 1998 J Korhonen 1
S Aaro 2
S Bystr�m 2
G Schwarz 2
1. Geologian tutkimuskeskus
2. Sveriges geologiska unders�kning
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3582 M Korte 1 CALS10k.1: A Holocene Geomagnetic Field Model Based on Archeo- and Paleomagnetic Data M Korte 1
C Constable 2
F Donadini 3
1. German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ
2. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USCD
3. ETH
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1569 A Kosovichev 1 Helioseismic Observations of Sunspot Cycle 23 and a New Paradigm in Solar Dynamo A Kosovichev 1
V Pipin 2
1. Stanford University
2. UCLA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4752 M Kosuga 1 Spatial Distribution of Low-frequency Aftershocks of the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake in Northeastern Japan and Its Implication to the Role of Crustal Fluid on the Seismogenesis M Kosuga 1
  The Group Affected By Aftershk 2
1. Hirosaki University
2. Tohoku University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1676 L Kother 1,3 A magnetotelluric Investigation along a 40 km profile in Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland L Kother 1,3
A Junge 2
J Matzka 3
A Löwer 2
N Olsen 3
1. Niels Bohr Institute,Copenhagen University; Blegdamsvej 17, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
2. Institute of Geoscience, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University; Altenhoeferalle 1, 60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
3. DTU Space; Juliane Maries Vej 30, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2947 S Kotsiaros 1 Investigating a Swarm Follow-On Magnetic Gradiometry Mission S Kotsiaros 1
N Olsen 1
1. Dtu Space Accepted Oral
IAGA 1978 P Kotze 1 Reporter Review: Recent improvements to geomagnetic observatory practice, instrumentation and global network P Kotze 1 1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory Accepted Oral
IAGA 1980 P Kotze 1 The 2007 Geomagnetic Jerk: A Southern African Perspective P Kotze 1
A Geese 2
M Korte 2
1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
2. 2Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4544 S Kovalam 1 Atmospheric Gravity Wave Activity in  the MLT Region and Their Possible Relation with Tropical Convection S Kovalam 1
R.A Vincent 1
T Tsuda 2
S Gurubaran 3
I. M Reid 1
1. University Of Adelaide
2. Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (RISH), Kyoto University
3. Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1042 A Kozlovsky 1 Inter-hemispheric asymmetry in the ionospheric convection and field-aligned currents controlled by the IMF By A Kozlovsky 1
R Lukianova 2,3
1. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory of the Oulu University
2. Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute
3. Space Research Institute
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1043 A Kozlovsky 1 EISCAT radar studies of the high-latitude auroral arcs A Kozlovsky 1 1. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory of the Oulu University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1347 O Kozyreva 1 Valeria Troitskaya – the pioneer of geomagnetic pulsations O Kozyreva 1
N Kleimenova 1
1. Institute Of Physics Of The Earth Ras Accepted Oral
IAGA 5135 J Kozyra 1 Magnetospheric Response to High Speed Solar Wind Streams J Kozyra 1
V Angelopoulos 2
P.C Brandt 3
N Buzulukova 4
C.A Cattell 5
D De Zeeuw 1
C.P Escoubet 6
M.C Fok 4
H.U Frey 7
J Goldstein 8
1. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
2. University of California,  Los Angeles, CA, USA
3. Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, MD, USA
4. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA
5. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,MN, USA
6. ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands
7. University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
8. Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX, USA
9. Natl Inst Space Research
10. Los Alamos Natl Lab
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1400 V Krupar 1,2,3 Properties of Type III Radio Bursts at Long Wavelengths: STEREO/Waves Observations V Krupar 1,2,3
B Cecconi 1
F Nemec 3
M Maksimovic 1
O Santolik 3,2
1. LESIA, Paris Observatory
2. Charles University in Prague
3. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4306 W Kuang 1 Effect of cross-correlation in geomagnetic data assimilation W Kuang 1
A Tangborn 2
W Jiang 3
1. Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center
2. University of Maryland, Baltimore County
3. SGT at NASA GSFC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5313 R Kulchinskiy 1,3 Global, regional and local dynamics of strong geomagnetic storms I Veselovsky 1,3
S Agayan 2
R Kulchinskiy 2
A Gvishiani 2
S Bogoutdinov 2
V Petrov 4
O Yakovchouk 1
1. Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University
2. Geophysical Center Of Russian Academy of Sciences
3. Space Research Institute (IKI), Russian Academy of Sciences
4. IZMIRAN
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1417 R Kulchinskiy 1 Detection and Structural Analysis of Geomagnetic Storms Using Methods of Fuzzy Logic in GIS Environment R Kulchinskiy 1
S Agayan 1
A Gvishiani 1
S Bogoutdinov 1
1. Geophysical Center Of Russian Academy of Sciences (GC RAS) Accepted Poster
IAGA 545 S Kumar 1 Ionospheric Response to the Space Weather Events during December 2006 in the South Pacific Region S Kumar 1
A Kumar 2
1. The University of The South Pacific Accepted Oral
IAGA 3701 A Kumar 1 Recent Seismic Activities Along The Chindwin River A Kumar 1 1. Manipur University Accepted Oral
IAGA 4869 S Kurita 1 Precipitation lifetime of plasma sheet electrons from the THEMIS observations: Implications for dominant mechanism of the diffuse auroras S Kurita 1
Y Miyoshi 2
F Tsuchiya 1
Y Nishimura 2
A Morioka 1
V Angelopoulos 3
J McFadden 4
U Auster 5
J Bonnell 4
H Misawa 1
1. PPARC, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
2. STEL, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
3. IGPP, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
4. SSL, University of California, Berkeley, USA
5. TUBS, Braunschweig, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3597 V Kuznetsov 1 Gradient Magnetic Surveys At The Altitudes Of 20-40 Km: A New Method Of Isolating The Anomalous Magnetic Field Of The Earth; Application Of The Results V Kuznetsov 1
Y Tsvetkov 1
1. IZMIRAN Accepted Poster
IAGA 3655 V Kuznetsov 1 The Phenomenon Which Were Observed On Board The ISS During A RF Ionosphere Modification Y Ruzhin 1
V Kuznetsov 1
V Kovalev 1
G Karabadzhak 2
Y Plastinin 2
V Frolov 3
M Parrot 4
1. IZMIRAN
2. TSNIIMASH
3. NIRFI
4. CNRS
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3858 V Kuznetsov 1 IUse of GPS Measurements to Probe the Irregularity Oval in the Northern Hemisphere I Shagimuratov 1
V Kuznetsov 2
I Ephishov 2
A Krankowski 3
1. IZMIRAN
2. WD IZMIRAN
3. Kadedra of Astronomy and Geodynamics UWM
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2698 H Laakso 1 Variation of the plasmaspheric hiss in the dusk sector of the inner magnetosphere H Laakso 1
P Escoubet 1
A Masson 1
M Taylor 1
1. ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk Accepted Oral
IAGA 1036 V Lakshmi Narayanan 1 A Case Study of a Convective Ionospheric Storm (CIS) over India using Coordinated Airglow, Ionosonde and VHF radar Observations V Lakshmi Narayanan 1
A Taori 2
A.K Patra 2
K Emperumal 1
S Gurubaran 1
1. Equatorial Geophysical Research Laboratory, Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism, India
2. National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, India
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1951 C Langereis 1,2 Paleomagnetic constraints on the evolution of the Menderes metamorphic core complex, western Turkey D van Hinsbergen 1,2
M.J Dekkers 2
E Bozkurt 3
A Koc 3
C.G Langereis 2
M Koopman 2
1. Physics of Geological Processes, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
2. Paleomagnetic Laboratory Fort Hoofddijk, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
3. Department of Geological Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1952 C Langereis 1,2,5 Closure of the Tethys Ocean and pervasive Palaeogene remagnetization of the central Taurides fold-and-thrust belt (southern Turkey) M Meijers 1,2,5
D.J.J van Hinsbergen 3
M.J Dekkers 1
D Altiner 4
N Kaymakcı 4
C.G Langereis 1
1. Palaeomagnetic Laboratory Fort Hoofddijk, Dept. of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, Budapestlaan 17, 3584 CD Utrecht, The Netherlands
2. Dept. of Tectonics and Structural Geology, Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences, VU University Amsterdam, De Boelelaan 1085, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
3. Physics of Geological Processes (PGP), University of Oslo, Physics building, Sem Sælands vei 24, 0316 Oslo, Norway
4. Dept. of Geological Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Middle East Technical University, İnönu Bulvarı, 06531-Ankara, Turkey
5. Now at: GeoAzur, UMR 6526, Universite de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Parc Valrose, 06108 Nice, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1266 J Lastovicka 1 Progress in Studies of Trends in the Mesosphere, Thermosphere and Ionosphere J Lastovicka 1 1. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, ASCR, Prague, Czech Republic, jla@ufa.cas.cz Accepted Oral
IAGA 2080 J Lastovicka 1 How Will Geospace Respond to Climate Change – TG-2 of CAWSES-II J Lastovicka 1
D Marsh 2
  Project Leaders 2
1. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, ASCR
2. HAO NCAR
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3604 J Lastovicka 1 Effects of Solar Eclipses in the Ionosphere P Koucka Knizova 1
J Lastovicka 1
D Kouba 1
J Boska 1
1. Institute Of Atmospheric Physics, As Cr Accepted Oral
IAGA 3848 R Latteck 1 Observations Of Polar Mesosphere Summer Echoes During A Solar Cycle And The Relation With Background Electron Density R Latteck 1
W Singer 1
1. Leibniz-Institute Of Atmospheric Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 4098 R Latteck 1 Horizontally Resolved Structures Of Polar Mesospheric Echoes Obtained With MAARSY R Latteck 1
M Rapp 1
W Singer 1
G Stober
1. Leibniz-Institute Of Atmospheric Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 2189 B Lavraud 1 Reporter review: Magnetopause and boundary layer B Lavraud 1 1. Irap/cnrs/universite De Toulouse Accepted Oral
IAGA 2190 B Lavraud 1 Signatures of solar wind plasma entry at the flank magnetopause B Lavraud 1 1. Irap/cnrs/universite De Toulouse Accepted Oral
IAGA 3385 A Layden 1 Changes in Mode Properties Versus Mode Conversion for Waves in Earth's Auroral Ionosphere A Layden 1
I Cairns 1
P Robinson 1
J LaBelle 2
1. University Of Sydney
2. Dartmouth College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2575 B Layden 1 Thermal correction to the rate of second harmonic plasma emission B Layden 1
D Percival 2
I Cairns 1
P Robinson 1
1. University of Sydney
2. Defence Science and Technology Organisation
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3239 G Le 1 Observations of a Unique Type of ULF Waves by Low-latitude Space Technology 5 Satellites G Le 1
P Chi 2
R Strangeway 2
J Slavin 1
1. NASA GSFC
2. University of California, Los Angeles
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4843 D Lee 1 Generation Mechanism and Mode Conversion of Nonlinear Alfven Waves D Lee 1
K Kim 1
K Kim 1
1. Kyung Hee University Accepted Oral
IAGA 4468 S Lee 1 A statistical study of auroral upward field-aligned current using THEMIS electron data S Lee 1
K Shiokawa 1
J.P. McFadden 2
Y Nishimura 1,3
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan
2. Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California
3. Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3759 J Leger 1 Absolute vector magnetometers for spaceborn and ground observatories J Leger 1
T Jager 1
F Bertrand 1
S Morales 1
I Fratter 2
J-C Lalaurie 2
1. Cea-Leti Minatec
2. CNES
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2659 B Leichter 1 Report on activities of MagNetE – the group for European repeat station surveys G Duma 1
B Leichter 1
1. Central Institute For Meteorology And Geodynamics, Vienna, Austria Accepted Oral
IAGA 2214 C Lemon 1 Numerical Experiments to Investigate the Role of Magnetic and Electric Feedback During Magnetic Storms C Lemon 1
M Chen 1
T Guild 1
F Toffoletto 2
1. The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, California, USA
2. Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3923 R Leonhardt 1 The Conrad Observatory: Geomagnetism in the new geophysical observatory of Austria R Leonhardt 1
B Leichter 1
J Berger 1
G Duma 1
R Steiner 1
P Melichar 1
1. Central Institute For Meteorology And Geodynamics Accepted Poster
IAGA 4176 M Lester 1 Interhemispheric Observations of Ionospheric Convection with SuperDARN: Results and Future Opportunities M Lester 1 1. University Of Leicester Accepted Oral
IAGA 4177 M Lester 1 Substorm and Magnetic Storm Effects on the Cross-Tail Current Sheet E Davey 1
M Lester 1
S Milan 1
R Fear 1
1. University Of Leicester Accepted Oral
IAGA 3787 V Lesur 1 Third version of the GFZ Reference Internal Magnetic Model: GRIMM-3 V Lesur 1
I Wardisnki 1
M Hamoudi 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences Gfz Accepted Oral
IAGA 4040 V Lesur 1 A Candidate of the 2nd version of the World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map V Lesur 1
M Hamoudi 1
J Dyment 2
E Thébault 2
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences Gfz
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris -- IPGP
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5669 V Lesur 1 Model of Earth's magnetic field an its variation for the last decades V Lesur 1
I Wardinski 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences Gfz Accepted Poster
IAGA 5676 V Lesur 1 Radial vorticity constraint in the core flow modeling V Lesur 1
S Asari 1
1. German Research Centre For Geosciences Gfz Accepted Poster
IAGA 3002 X Li 1 Adiabatic Effects on Radiation Belt Electrons at Low Altitude X Li 1
W Tu 1
1. University Of Colorado, Boulder Accepted Oral
IAGA 3187 B Li 1 Decimetric Type III Bursts: Generation, Propagation, and Emission Mode B Li 1
I Cairns 1
Y Yan 2
P Robinson 1
1. University Of Sydney
2. National Astronomical Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3439 K Li 1 Towards variational data assimilation for the geodynamo: an illustrative example K Li 1
A Jackson 1
P Livermore 2
1. Institut Fur Geophysik, Eth Zurich
2. School of Earth and Environment ,Leeds University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3356 B Li 1 Effects of Coronal Shocks on Type III Solar Radio Bursts B Li 1
I Cairns 1
P Robinson 1
1. University Of Sydney Accepted Poster
IAGA 1293 X Li 1,2 How is the solar wind heated and accelerated? X Li 1,2 1. Aberystwyth University
2. Shandong University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3121 J Lichtenberger 1 Plasmaspheric electron densities: first results form Automatic Whistler Detector and Analyzer Network J Lichtenberger 1
C.S Ferencz 1
D Hamar 1
P Steinbach 2
C Rodger 3
M Clilverd 4
A Collier 5
1. Eötvös University
2. Hungarian Academy of Sciences
3. Otago Universtiy
4. British Antarctic Survey
5. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4386 R Lieberman 1 Observations of planetary wave winds and temperatures in the winter mesosphere R Lieberman 1
D Riggin 1
D Ortland 2
1. NorthWest Research Associates, Colorado Research Associates Division
2. NorthWest Research Associates
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3833 C Lin 1, 2 Ionospheric structures observed by airglow observation of FORMOSAT-2/ISUAL and radio occultation of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC C Lin 1, 2
M.L Hsu 2, 3
P.K Rajesh 4
J.Y Liu 4, 5
C.H Chen 6
R.R Hsu 3
1. Department Of Earth Science, National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
2. Earth Dynamic System Research Center, National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
3. Department of Physics, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
4. Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan
5. National Space Organization, Hsinchu, Taiwan
6. Department of Geophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3834 C Lin 1, 2 Solar forcing and lower atmospheric effects to the ionosphere observed by FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC and impacts from future FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-II mission C Lin 1, 2
J.Y Liu 3, 4
V Chu 3
C.Y Lin 4
Y.Y Sun 4
1. Department of Earth Science, National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
2. Earth Dynamic System Research Center, National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
3. National Space Organization, Hsinchu, Taiwan
4. Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4005 C Lin 1, 2 Atmosphere-ionosphere coupling effects observed by space-borne and ground-based GPS receivers C Lin 1, 2
J.T Chou 1
Y.S Wu 3
J.T Lin 4
M.L Hsu 2, 3
J.Y Liu 5, 6
1. Department Of Earth Science, National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan,
2. Earth Dynamic System Research Center, National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
3. Department of Physics, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
4. Institute of Space, Astrophysics and Plasma Science, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
5. Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan
6. National Space Organization, Hsinchu, Taiwan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2898 J Linker 1 MHD Modeling of Real CME Events J Linker 1
R Lionello 1
Z Mikic 1
P Riley 1
V Titov 1
T Torok 1
1. Predictive Science, Inc. Accepted Poster
IAGA 3926 H Linthe 1 Geomagnetic field reference for Swarm satellite magnetometer inter-calibration H Linthe 1
I Michaelis 1
H Lahr 1
1. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ Accepted Oral
IAGA 3927 H Linthe 1 Kp Index - History, Development and availability H Linthe 1 1. Helmholtz Centre Potsdam Gfz Accepted Oral
IAGA 3899 H Linthe 1 A revaluation of the magnetic declination at the main airports in Romania A Isac 1
V Dobrica 2
L Iancu 1
C Demetrescu 2
H-J Linthe 3
M Mandea 4
G Vina 1
1. Geological Institute Of Romania, Bucharest, Romania
2. Institute of Geodynamics of Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania
3. Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam, Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum, Germany
4. 4Universite Paris Diderot - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Geophysique spatiale et planetaire, Paris, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2043 H Liu 1 Upper Thermosphere Coupling with the Lower Atmosphere: Knowns and Unknowns H Liu 1 1. Rish, Kyoto University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2378 Q Liu 1 Transformation of magnetic minerals during pedogenesis: pathways and puzzles Q Liu 1 1. State Key Laboratory of Lithospheric Evolution, Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China, 100029 Accepted Oral
IAGA 2830 H Liu 1 Impacts of Planetary-Scale Waves on Thermosphere/Ionosphere During Stratospheric Sudden Warming H Liu 1 1. National Center For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 2831 H Liu 1 Large-scale ionospheric disturbances due to the dissipation of convectively-generated gravity wave body forcing over Brazil H Liu 1
S Vadas 2
1. National Center For Atmospheric Research
2. Colorado Research Associates, Northwest Research Associates, Inc.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3292 A Liu 1 Interactions of Gravity Waves and Tides in the Mesopause Region A Liu 1
X Lu 2
S Franke 2
1. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
2. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4734 H Liu 1 Equatorial Electrodynamics in the Asian Sector During the 2009 Stratospheric Sudden Warming H Liu 1
M Yamamoto 1
T Tsugawa 2
T Ram 1
Y Otsuka 3
1. Kyoto University
2. NICT
3. Nagoya University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4393 R Lopez 1 Interhemispheric Asymmetry in the Ionospheric Transpolar Potential and the Relationship to Closure of the Bow Shock Current Through the Ionosphere R Lopez 1 1. University Of Texas At Arlington Accepted Oral
IAGA 4394 R Lopez 1 Long-Term Solar Wind Variations R Lopez 1 1. University Of Texas At Arlington Accepted Oral
IAGA 1199 J Love 1 Secular Trends in Geomagnetic Activity J Love 1 1. Usgs Geomagnetism Program Accepted Oral
IAGA 2498 J Love 1 Missing data and the accuracy of magnetic-observatory hour means J Love 1 1. Usgs Geomagnetism Program Accepted Oral
IAGA 3729 F Lowes 1 Orthogonality Of Harmonic Potentials And Fields In Spheroiodal And Ellipsoidal Coordinates F Lowes 1
D Winch 2
1. Newcastle University
2. University of Sydney
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2049 J Lu 1 Three Dimensional Shape of the Magnetopause: Global MHD Results J Lu 1
Z Liu 1
K Kabin 2
M Zhao 1
D Liu 1
Q Zhou 1
1. National Center For Space Weather, China Meteorology Administration
2. Department of Physics, Royal Military College of Canada
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5631 Q Lu 1 Stochastic heating by oblique Alfven waves Q Lu 1
L Chen 2,3
1. University Of Science And Technology Of China
2. University of California, Irvine
3. Zhejinag University, China
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5641 Q Lu 1 Electron Dynamics in Collisionless Magnetic Reconnection Q Lu 1
C Huang 1
S Wang 1
1. University Of Science And Technology Of China Accepted Oral
IAGA 3685 F Luebken 1 Highlights of the CAWSES Priority Program in Germany F Luebken 1 1. Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 3734 F Luebken 1 Stratospheric and Greenhouse Gas Effects on Mesospheric Ice Layers F Luebken 1
U Berger 1
1. Leibniz Institute Of Atmospheric Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 4407 J Luis 1 TECTONICS OF THE AZORES TRIPLE JUNCTION AREA DEDUCED FROM MAGNETIC AND MULTIBEAM DATA J Luis 1
J Miranda 2
N Lourenço 3
1. University Algarve, IDL
2. University Lisbon, IDL
3. EMEPC, IDL
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1209 R Lukianova 1, 2 Parameters of the global atmospheric electric circuit as measured in the northern and southern polar regions R Lukianova 1, 2
A Frank-Kamenetsky 1
N Kleimenova 3
O Kozyreva 3
A Kruglov 4
G Burns 5
J French 5
M Kubicki 6
S Michnowski 6
1. Arctic And Antarctic Research Institute
2. Space Research Institute
3. Institute of the Earth Physics
4. St-Petersburg State University
5. Australian Antarctic Division
6. Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1210 R Lukianova 1, 2 High solar irradiance episode of 2001/2002 and the Earth’s climate anomalies R Lukianova 1, 2
G Alexseev 1
1. Arctic And Antarctic Research Institute
2. Space Research Institute
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5526 R Lukianova 1 Asymmetry features of the 27.08.2001 substorm inferred from the magnetogram inversion technique V Mishin 1
R Lukianova 2, 3
V.V Mishin 1
L. Sapronova 1
1. Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics RAS
2. Arctic And Antarctic Research Institute
3. Space Research Institute RAS
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3843 H Lundstedt 1 Space Weather Activities at RWC-Sweden H Lundstedt 1
P Wintoft 1
1. Swedish Institute of Space Physics Accepted Poster
IAGA 2269 K Lynn 1 Equatorial Post-Sunset Variations in Ionospheric Height and the Generation of Short-Burst Spread F K Lynn 1 1. Ionospheric Systems Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 4316 J Lyon 1 Fast Flow Channels and Their Ionospheric Signatures in Global MHD Simulations J Lyon 1
V Merkin 2
F Toffoletto 3
A Pembroke 3
1. Dartmouth College
2. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
3. Rice University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4575 J Lyon 1 Numerical simulations of plasma entry, transport, and heating J Lyon 1 1. Dartmouth College Accepted Oral
IAGA 4358 L Lyons 1 Polar Cap Convection Structures and Their Relations to Plasma Sheet Dynamics L Lyons 1
Y Nishimura 1,2
H-J Kim 1
V Amgelopoulos 1
C Henselman 3
M Nicolls 3
J Ruohoniem 4
E Donova 5
S Mende 6
1. UCLA
2. Nagoya University
3. SRI International
4. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
5. University of Calgary
6. University of California, Berkeley
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4371 L Lyons 1 Coupling of Dipolarization Front Flow Bursts to Substorm Expansion Phase Phenomena within the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere L Lyons 1
Y Nishimura 1,2
T Kikuchi 2
A Runov 1
V Angelopoulos 1
1. University Of Califonia
2. Nagoya University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4372 L Lyons 1 Statistical Relationship Between ULF Wave Activity in IMF and the Cross Polar Cap Potential Drop H Kim 1
L Lyons 1
A Boundouridis 2
1. UCLA
2. Space Science Institute
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4233 R Lysak 1 The Ionospheric Alfvén Resonator R Lysak 1 1. University Of Minnesota Accepted Oral
IAGA 4234 R Lysak 1 Mode Conversion and Phase Mixing at the Plasma Sheet Boundary Layer: A Mechanism for Poleward Boundary Intensifications R Lysak 1
Y Song 1
1. University Of Minnesota Accepted Oral
IAGA 1289 J Mabie 1 Metadata Handling and Historical Data Recovery at the National Geophysical Data Center J Mabie 1
D Herzog 1
W Denig 2
1. U. Of Colorado
2. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1889 E Macusova 1,2 Detail study of spectral structures of whistler mode chorus emissions E Macusova 1,2
O Santolik 2,1
J.S Pickett 3
D.A Gurnett 3
N Cornilleau-Wehrlin 4,5
1. Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
2. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Prague, Czech Republic
3. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA
4. Station de Radioastronomie de Nançay, Observatoire de Paris/CNRS, Nançay, France
5. LPP-CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique, Velizy, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4931 D Maia 1 Gyrosynchrotron emission from expanding CME loops D Maia 1 1. Faculdade Ciencias Universidade Do Porto Accepted Oral
IAGA 2302 D Malaspina 1 Langmuir Wave Observations by STEREO and Implications for Heliospheric Radio Emission D Malaspina 1
R Ergun 1,2
I Cairns 3
S Hess 1
1. Laboratory For Atmospheric And Space Physics, University Of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA
2. Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA
3. School of Physics, University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1631 O Mandrikova 1,2 Wavelet-technique of calculation of geomagnetic activity K-index O Mandrikova 1,2
S Smirnov 1
I Solov’ev 2
1. Institute Of Cosmophysical Research And Radio Wave Propagation Feb Ras
2. Kamchatka State Technical University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 824 A Manglik 1 Crustal structure of the north Sikkim Himalaya by magnetotelluric studies A Manglik 1
G Pavankumar 1,2
1. National Geophysical Research Institute
2. Centre for Earth and Space Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5294 I Mann 1 ULF Wave Driven Radial Diffusion in the Radiation Belts I Mann 1
L.G Ozeke 1
I.J Rae 1
K Murphy 1
D.K Milling 1
S Elkington 2
A.A Chan 3
1. Department of Physics, University Of Alberta
2. Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado
3. Rice University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5213 J Manninen 1 New Type of Diffuse VLF Emissions observed on the Ground in Northern Finland J Manninen 1
T Turunen 1
1. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory Accepted Oral
IAGA 5481 J Manninen 1 Size and Movement Estimates of Exit Point Regions of Magnetospheric VLF Emissions Using Ground-Based VLF Recordings J Manninen 1
T Turunen 1
1. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory Accepted Oral
IAGA 5672 J Manninen 1 Night-Time Ground-Based VLF Emissions in the Magnetic Storm on 27 Feb – 3 Mar 2008 J Manninen 1
N Kleimenova 2
O Kozyreva 2
T Raita 1
M Parrot 3
1. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory, Sodankyla, Finland
2. Institute of the Earth Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia
3. LPC2E/CNRS, Orleans, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5555 P Manoharan 1 3-D Reconstruction of Solar Wind using Interplanetary Scintillation P Manoharan 1 1. RAC-NCRA, Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 1002 F Mao 1 Research of Geomagnetic Field Horizontal Gradients in China F Mao 1
Z.C An 2
H Sun 3
Y Feng 3,4
1. Chinese Academy Of Meteorological Sciences
2. Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3. Remote Sensing Application and Experiment Station of National Satellite Meteorological Center, Guangxi Meteorological Disaster Mitigation Institute
4. College of Resources and Environmental Science
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1815 J Marchezi 1 Long Periods (1.0 – 10mHz) Geomagnetic Pulsations with Solar Cycle in the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly Region J Marchezi 1
S.L.G Dutra 2
N.J Schuch 1
N.B Trivedi 2
A.C Da Silva 1
T.R.C Stekel 1
C.E Antunes 2
1. Southern Regional Space Research Center – Crs/inpe – McT, In Collaboration With The Santa Maria Space Science Laboratory – Lacesm/ct – Ufsm, Rs,
2. National Institute for Space Research – DGE/CEA/INPE – MCT, São José dos Campos, SP Brasil.
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5188 A Marsenic 1 Magnetic instability in a rotating layer at highly eccentric positions of the critical level A Marsenic 1
S Sevcik 2
1. Geophysical Institute Of Slovak Academy Of Sciences
2. Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2229 D Martini 1 New method for defining solar regular geomagnetic variations: Comparing the hand-scaled Ak index and the digital Ah indices derived from two different computer methods at Sodankylä observatory D Martini 1
M Orispää 2
T Ulich 2
M Lehtinen 2
K Mursula 3
D.H Lee 1
1. School of Space Res., Kyung Hee University
2. Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory
3. Dept. of Physics, University of Oulu
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3166 P Martyshko 1 On the Three-Dimensional DC and  Magnetic Inverse Problem P Martyshko 1
N Fedorova 2
V Pyankov 3
A Roublev 4
1. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
2. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
3. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
4. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5633 P Martyshko 1 Investigation of the magnetic field dynamics at the arti obervatory and manchazh puligon P Martyshko 1
N Fedorova 2
O Kusonskii 3
A Bebnev 4
1. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
2. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
3. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
4. Institute Of Geophysics, Ub Of Ras
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1423 G Mathias 1 Environmental Magnetism study of laminated sediments of the Peruvian continental shelf: a record of the end of Little Ice Age G Mathias 1
R Trindade 1
F Velazco 2,5
D Gutiérrez 2,5
R Salvatteci 4,5
A Sifeddine 3,4,5
1. Department Of Geophysics, University Of Sao Paulo (Iag/usp)
2. Instituto del Mar del Peru (IMARPE). Peru
3. Department of Geochemistry, University Federal Fluminense (UFF), Brazil
4. LOCEAN, Institute of Research for development (IRD), France
5. LMI “PALEOTRACES” (IRD-UFF-UANTOF)
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5006 T Matsuo 1 Modeling of thermospheric density variability? T Matsuo 1
M Fedrezzi 1
T Fuller-Rowell 1
M Codrescu 2
1. Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
2. Space Weather Prediction Center, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, CO
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1993 J Matzka 1 The geomagnetic observatory on Tristan da Cunha: setup, operations and first scientific results J Matzka 1
C Stolle 1
1. DTU Space Accepted Oral
IAGA 5217 S Maus 1,2 What is the Accuracy of Geomagnetic Field Models? S Maus 1,2
C Manoj 1,2
C Rollins 3
1. NOAA/NGDC
2. NOAA/NGDC
3. NGA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5459 K Mausnaga 1 Ion outflow channels around Venus controlled by the direction of the interplanetary magnetic field K Mausnaga 1
Y Futaana 2
M Yamauchi 2
S Barabash 2
T Zhang 3
N Terada 1
S Okano 1
1. Graduate school of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
2. Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Kiruna, Sweden
3. Space Research Institute, Austrian Acadeemy of Science, Graz, Austria
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1229 H McCreadie 1 The PC index: Review of methods H McCreadie 1
M Menvielle 2
1. Private
2. LATMOS (Laboratoire Atmospheres, Milieux, Observations Spatiales), Paris, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3348 A McDonald 1 Multi-frequency Investigations of HF Radar Propagation Modes A McDonald 1
R Makarevich 1
V Kumar 1
J Devlin 2
H Ye 2
E Custovic 2
1. Department Of Physics, La Trobe University
2. Department of Electronic Engineering, La Trobe University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2746 S McLean 1 Preservation and access of natural hazards data at NOAA's National Geophysical Data Cnter (NGDC) K Stroker 1
P Dunbar 1
S McLean 1
1. NOAA/National Geophysical Data Center Accepted Oral
IAGA 2854 S McLean 2 Improving Discovery and Use of Marine Data through Standard Metadata S McLean 2
A Milan 2
R Arko 1
J Mize 3
1. Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
2. NOAA / National Geophysical Data Center
3. NOAA/National Oceanographic Data Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3205 F Menk 1 ULF Waves Reporter Review F Menk 1 1. University Of Newcastle Accepted Oral
IAGA 5049 F Menk 1 The Annual and Longitudinal Variations in Plasmaspheric Ion Density F Menk 1
S Ables 1
R Grew 1
M Clilverd 2
B Sandel 3
1. University Of Newcastle
2. British Antarctic Survey
3. University of Arizona
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5600 F Menk 1 Poloidal Mode Field Line Oscillations in the Night and Dayside Inner Magnetosphere F Menk 1
D Franklin 1
M Clilverd 2
1. University Of Newcastle
2. British Antarctic Survey
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5209 M Menvielle 1, 2 A Statistical Study of the Longitudinal Dependence of Geomagnetic Activity M Menvielle 1, 2
F Mazouz 1
C Lathuillère 3
1. CNRS/INSU, Universite Versailles St-Quentin; LATMOS-IPSL, Guyancourt, France
2. Univ Paris-Sud, Departement des Sciences de la Terre, Orsay, France,
3. IPAG, UJF, CNRS, Grenoble, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5210 M Menvielle 1, 2 The Geomagnetic Activity Evolution During the Last 140 Years as Described By aa Indices M Menvielle 1, 2 1. CNRS/INSU, Universite Versailles St-Quentin; LATMOS-IPSL, Guyancourt, France
2. Univ Paris-Sud, Departement des Sciences de la Terre, Orsay, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5235 M Menvielle 1,2 RMS-based Planetary Geomagnetic Activity Indices M Menvielle 1,2
J.J Valette 3
M Pau 3
C Lathuillère 4
1. CNRS/INSU, Université Versailles St-Quentin; LATMOS-IPSL, Guyancourt, France
2. Univ Paris-Sud, Département des Sciences de la Terre, Orsay, France
3. CLS, Toulouse
4. IPAG, UJF, CNRS, Grenoble, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4745 M Miesch 1 Hydromagnetic Self-Organization in Solar and Stellar Dynamos M Miesch 1
Benjamin Brown 2
Matthew Browning 3
Sacha Brun 4
Nicholas Nelson 5
Juri Toomre 5
1. High Altitude Observatory/NCAR
2. University of Wisconsin/CMSO
3. Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics
4. CEA Saclay
5. JILA/Univ. of Colorado
Accepted Oral
IAGA 815 S Milanovskiy 1 Kola Super Deep – Evidence of fluids in the Crust S Milanovskiy 1 1. Instutute of Physics of The Earth RAS Accepted Oral
IAGA 2276 A Milillo 1 Mercury and Ganymede Interactions with Their Plasma Environments A Milillo 1
S Massetti 1
A Mura 1
S Orsini 1
X Jia 2
C Plainaki 1
V Mangano 1
G Rinaldi 1
E De Angelis 1
R Rispoli 1
1. Inaf/Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario, Rome, Italy
2. Dept. of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, University of Michigan, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4585 P Milligan 1 The Fifth Edition Magnetic Anomaly Map of Australia, incorporating constraints from an independent continent-wide airborne geophysical survey P Milligan 1
B Minty 1
R Franklin 1
L Richardson 1
P Percival 1
1. Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IAGA 5848 T Minami 1 On the electrical conductivity structure beneath the back arc region of SW Japan T Minami 1
H Toh 1
T Kasaya 2
M Shimoizumi 3
N Oshiman 4
1. Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
2. JAMSTEC
3. Kyushu Polytechnic Colege
4. DPRI, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1212 M Miralles 1 Tracing Polar Coronal Jets from Reconnection Sites to the Fast Solar Wind M Miralles 1 1. Harvard - Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Accepted Oral
IAGA 4300 J Miranda 1 USING DENSE MAGNETIC GRIDS FOR PLATE KINEMATIC STUDIES, A CASE STUDY FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC J Miranda 1
J Luis 2
1. University Of Lisbon, Instituto Dom Luiz
2. University Of Algarve, Instituto Dom Luiz
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3999 J Mitchell 1 Electron Cross-Talk at the Earth's Bowshock J Mitchell 1
S Schwartz 1
1. Imperial College, London Accepted Oral
IAGA 4448 Y Miyashita 1 Energy Release Midway Between the Magnetic Reconnection and Initial Dipolarization Regions in the Near-Earth Magnetotail and Its Role in the Substorm Onset Y Miyashita 1
S Machida 2
A Ieda 1
T Takada 3
K Seki 1
M Fujimoto 4
V Angelopoulos 5
J P McFadden 6
D Larson 6
H U Auster 7
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Department of Geophysics, Kyoto University
3. Kochi National College of Technology
4. Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
5. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles
6. Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley
7. Institute of Geophysics and Extraterrestrial Physics, Technical University Braunschweig
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2255 Y Miyoshi 1 Effects of Atmospheric Waves on Latitudinal and Temporal Variations in the Upper Atmosphere Y Miyoshi 1
H Jin 2
H Fujiwara 3
H Shinagawa 2
K Terada
1. Kyushu University
2. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
3. Tohoku University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 868 X Mo 1 The ionospheric variability in China low latitude region X Mo 1 1. Institute Of Space Physics And Applied Technology,School Of Earth And Space Science,Peking University Accepted Oral
IAGA 3769 R Modolo 1 Titan's ionized environment from Cassini observations and simulations R Modolo 1 1. Latmos-Uvsq Accepted Oral
IAGA 3770 R Modolo 1 Solar Wind interaction with Mars neutral environment from hybrid simulations: improved spatial resolution R Modolo 1
M Mancini 1
F Leblanc 1
G Chanteur 2
JY Chaufray 3
M Yagi 1
1. Latmos-Uvsq
2. LPP- Ecole Polytechnique
3. LMD
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4009 R Modolo 1 Mars - Solar wind interaction: 3D GCM-Ionosphere model to describe the Martian ionospheric dynamics and its coupling with neutral atmosphere J Chaufray 1
F Gonzales-Galindo 2
F Forget 1
M.A Lopez-Valverde 2
R Modolo 3
F Leblanc 3
M Yagi 3
P-L Blelly 4
O Witasse 5
1. LMD – IPSL, UPMC, Paris, France
2. Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, CSIC, Grenada, Spain
3. LATMOS-IPSL, UVSQ, Guyancourt, France
4. CESR, Toulouse, France
5. ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4955 R Modolo 1 Three dimensional Marsf exosphere : multi-species thermal and nonthermal models M Yagi 1
F Leblanc 2
R Modolo 2
J.Y Chaufray 3
M Mancini 2
F Gonzalez-Galindo 4
1. LATMOS/IPSL, CNRS, University; Pierre et Marie Curie, France
2. LATMOS/IPSL, CNRS, University Versailles Saint Quentin, France
3. LMD/IPSL, CNRS, University; Pierre et Marie Curie, France
4. Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, CSIC, Granada, Spain
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1954 E Moebius 123 The Heliospheric Interaction as Seen by IBEX D McComas 123
E Moebius
1. Southwest Research Institute
2. University of Texas at San Antonio
3. On behalf of the IBEX Science Team
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5225 E Moebius 1 Observation of the Interstellar Neutral Gas Flow with the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) over Three Consecutive Years E Möbius 1
P Bochsler 1
M Bzowski 2
H.O Funsten 3
S.A Fuselier 4
D Heirtzler 1
M Hlond 2
M.A Kubiak 2
H Kucharek 1
M.A Lee 1
1. Space Science Center & Physics Department University of New Hampshire
2. Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences
3. Los Alamos National Laboratory
4. Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratory
5. Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio
6. University of Texas at San Antonio
7. Physikalisches Institut, Universität Bern
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3581 M Mokhtari 1 New Structural Traps in Vicinity of Giant Oil Fields in the South-West Iran M Mokhtari 1
I Abdoullahie Fard 2
1. International Institute Of Earthquake Engineering And Seismology
2. Petrokav Energy Company
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3715 M Moorkamp 1 A computational framework for joint inversion of magnetotelluric, seismic and gravity data M Moorkamp 1
M Jegen 1
B Heincke 1
A. W. Roberts 2
R. W. Hobbs 2
1. IFM-GEOMAR
2. Durham University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3716 M Moorkamp 1 Imaging a salt dome structure using joint inversion M Moorkamp 1
M Jegen 1
B Heincke 1
A. W. Roberts 2
R. W. Hobbs 2
1. Ifm-Geomar
2. Durham University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3811 G Moreels 1 Stereoscopic Imaging of Emissive Atmospheric Layers G Moreels 1
M Kouahla 1
J Clairemidi 1
M Faivre 2
J Meriwether 2
G Lehmacher 2
E Vidal 3
J Chau 3
1. Observatoire Astronomique/ Utinam Cnrs 6213
2. Lemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA
3. Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Limz, Peru
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5723 G Moreels 1 The OH Mesospheric Emission: an Intense Source for NIR Surroundings Imaging P Simoneau 1
J Deschamps 1
S Derelle 1
G Moreels 2
J Clairemidi 2
1. ONERA-n original method of stereo-imagerDOTA Palaiseau
2. Observatoire Astronomique/ UTINAM CNRS  6213
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1060 J Moro 1 Differences in the Cosmic Noise Absorption as seen by SARINET during Sept. 3, 2008 Moderate Geomagnetic Storm J Moro 1
E Correia 2
C Denardini 1
M Abdu 1
N Schuch 3
K Makita 4
C Paulo 3
L Resende 1
L Guizelli 1.5
1. National Institute For Space Research (INPE)
2. Centro de Radio Astronomia e Astrofi­sica Mackenzie (CRAAM)
3. Southern Regional Space Research Center in collaboration with the LACESM/CT-UFSM
4. University of Takushoku
5. Universidade de Taubate (UNITAU)
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3771 U Motschmann 1 Modelling of Space Plasma Flows Around Weakly Magnetized Planetary Bodies U Motschmann 1 1. Technical University of Braunschweig Accepted Oral
IAGA 2826 K Muglach 1 The Photospheric Velocity Field Around Active Regions Derived from SDO/HMI Vector Magnetograms K Muglach 1
P Schuck 2
J.T Hoeksema 3,2
X Sun 3
Y Liu 3
1. Space Weather Laboratory, NASA/GSFC, Artep, Inc.
2. Space Weather Laboratory, NASA/GSFC
3. HEPL - Solar Physics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5118 P Muralikrishna 1 Reduction in the Growth Rate of Gradient Drift Instability in the Presence of Charged Dust Particles P Muralikrishna 1 1. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais Accepted Oral
IAGA 5119 P Muralikrishna 1 Electron Temperature and Electron Energy Distribution Inside and Outside Equatorial Plasma Bubbles: In situ Observations from Brazil P Muralikrishna 1
F.C de Meneses 1
1. Instituto Nacional De Pesquisas Espaciais Accepted Oral
IAGA 5330 Y Murayama 1 ICSU World Data System's International Programme Office in Japan Y Murayama 1
K Murata
M Ishii
N Doi
S Iwata
T Watanabe
T Iyemori
H Kashioka
T Iguchi
H Kumagai
1. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
2. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
3. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
4. Keio University
5. University of Tokyo
6. Nagoya University
7. Kyoto University
8. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
9. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
10. National Institute Of Information And Communications Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5946 K Mursula 1 Spring-Fall Asymmetry of Substorm Strength, Geomagnetic Activity and Solar Wind: Causes and Implications K Mursula 1
E Tanskanen 2,3
J Love 4
1. University Of Oulu
2. Finnish Meteorological Institute
3. Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen
4. Geomagnetism Program, US Geological Survey
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5947 K Mursula 1 Latest News about the Bashful Ballerina: What do Hemispheric and Longitudinal Asymmetries imply about the Sun and Why are They Important for the Earth’s Space Environment? K Mursula 1
I Virtanen 1
L Zhang 1,2
I Usoskin 3
1. Department of Physics, University of Oulu
2. Key Laboratory of Solar Activity, NAO, CAS
3. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory, University of Oulu
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5948 K Mursula 1 Measuring the Ring Current: Comparing Ground-based and Satellite-based Dst Indices T Asikainen 1
A Karinen 1
S Vennerstroem 2
K Mursula 1
1. Department of Physics, University of Oulu
2. National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3333 R Musgrave 1 Palaeo-Secular Variation Recorded With 100-Year Resolution At High Latitude During The Kiaman Superchron R Musgrave 1
M Fussell 2
1. Geological Survey Of New South Wales
2. La Trobe University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3335 R Musgrave 1 Long-Wavelength Regional Magnetic Field And The Tectonic Division Of The Tasmanides R Musgrave 1 1. Geological Survey Of New South Wales Accepted Oral
IAGA 2574 T Nagai 1 Construction of magnetic reconnection in the near-earth magnetotail with geotail T Nagai 1 1. Tokyo Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAGA 1717 N Nagarajan 1 Spectral characterization of quiet day Sq and EEJ variation from Indian observatory data N Nagarajan 1 1. National Geophysical Research Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 1998 A Nagy 1 3D, multi-fluid, MHD calculations of Mars' interaction with the solar wind and applications D Najib 1
A Nagy 1
G Toth 1
Y Ma 2
1. University Of Michigan
2. UCLA, IGPP
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1630 D Naidu 1 Electrical Signatures Of The Crust And Upper Mantle Structure Of The Kutch Using Magnetotelluric Study G Dhanunjaya Naidu 1
M Narayanan 1
R S Sastry 1
D N Murthy 1
T Harinarayana 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute Accepted Poster
IAGA 2834 M Nair 1 A tensor transfer-function model of the equatorial ionospheric eastward electric field driven by ACE solar wind data M Nair 1
S Maus 1
1. University Of Colorado
2. University Of Colorado
Accepted Oral
IAGA 891 T Nakamura 1 Possible mechanisms of solar wind entry into the plasma sheet related to the Kelvin-Helmholtz vortex: Recent numerical studies T Nakamura 1
H Hasegawa 1
T Izutsu 1
I Shinohara 1
M Fujimoto 1
1. Institute Of Space And Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Accepted Oral
IAGA 5460 T Nakamura 1 New ground-based observations of the middle atmosphere over Syowa, Antarctica (69S, 39E) T Nakamura 1
A Mizuno 2
M Abo 3
H Suzuki 1
M.K Ejiri 1
Y Isono 2
T Nagahama 2
M Tsutsumi 1
K Sato 4
  Sub-project I members 5
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. STE lab., Nagoya University
3. Tokyo Metropolitan University
4. University of Tokyo
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5461 T Nakamura 1 MU radar head echoes of the 2009 Orionid meteor shower C Szasz 1
J Kero 1
T Nakamura 1
D.D Meisel 2
T Terasawa 3
H Miyamoto 3
Y Fujiwara 4
M Ueda 4
K Nishimura 1
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. State University of New York
3. University of Tokyo
4. Nippon Meteor Society
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5462 T Nakamura 1 MU radar head echo monthly observation programme from 2009 to 2010 J Kero 1
C Szasz 1
T Nakamura 1
D.D Meisel 2
T Terasawa 3
H Miyamoto 3
Y Fujiwara 4
M Ueda 4
K Nishimura 1
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. State University of New York
3. University of Tokyo
4. Nippon Meteor Society
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3839 S Nakano 1 Anti-correlation between the quiet-time level of mid-latitude magnetic field and long-term solar-wind activity S Nakano 1
H Nagao 1
T Higuchi 1
1. The Institute Of Statistical Mathematics Accepted Oral
IAGA 534 B Nanan 1 New aspects of thermospheric and ionospheric storms revealed by CHAMP B Nanan 1
M Yamamoto 2
Y Otsuka 3
H Liu 2
H Luhr 4
1. ACSE, University Of Sheffield
2. RISH, Kyoto University
3. STE-Lab, Nagoya University
4. GeoForschung Zentrum Potsdam
Accepted Oral
IAGA 542 B Nanan 1 A Physical Mechanism of Positive Ionospheric Storms at low and mid Latitudes B Nanan 1
M Yamamoto 2
K Shiokawa 3
Y Otsuka 3
G.J Bailey 4
1. University Of Sheffield
2. RISH, Kyoto University, Uji, Kyoto, Japan
3. STE-Lab, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
4. Applied Mathematics, University of Sheffield,UK
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5734 F Nelson 1 Magnetic grain-size proxy for Pleistocene East Antarctic deep water inflow to the south Challenger Plateau, New Zealand F Nelson 1
G.S Wilson 2,1
1. Department Of Geology, University Of Otago
2. Department Of Marine Science, University Of Otago
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3631 Z Nemecek 1 Variations of Magnetosheath Parameters as a Response to the IMF Direction Z Nemecek 1
A Samsonov 2
O Gutynska 1
J Safrankova 1
1. Charles University, Faculty Of Mathematics And Physics
2. Space Research Institute
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3646 Z Nemecek 1 Modification of Solar Wind Parameters Along its Path to the Earth and Role of IMF Discontinuities in this Process J Pavlu 1
J Urbar 1
Z Nemecek 1
J Safrankova 1
1. Charles University, Faculty Of Mathematics And Physics, Prague Accepted Poster
IAGA 2205 P Newell 1 Auroral precipitation and images as guides to ionosphere-plasma sheet coupling P Newell 1
J. Gjerloev 1
1. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 2207 P Newell 1 An investigation of SuperMAG-derived AL(100) to identify substorms P Newell 1
J. Gjerloev 1
1. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 3314 A Newell 1 Theoretical ferromagnetic resonance spectra for interacting magnetic particles A Newell 1 1. 1North Carolina State University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2809 A Newell 1 Modeling time-dependent magnetic hysteresis for interacting magnetic minerals A Newell 1
M Niemerg 2
D Bates 2
1. North Carolina State University
2. Colorado State University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2959 A Newell 1 Dislocations in magnetic minerals A Newell 1
A Lindquist 2
J Feinberg 2
M Tang 3
1. North Carolina State University
2. University of Minnesota
3. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5267 P Newman 1 What would have happened to the ozone layer if chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) had not been regulated? P Newman 1 1. NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center. Accepted Oral
IAGA 2349 B Ning 1 Film ionogram image process and analysis with digital techniques B Ning 1
L Hu 2
G Li 3
L Liu 4
W Wan 5
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 2350 B Ning 3 Response of the mid- and low-latitude ionospheric irregularities to the geomagnetic storm in October 2010 B Ning 3
L Hu 1
G Li 2
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 1562 M Nishino 1 A Review of SELENE Observations of the Plasma and Electromagnetic Environment of the Moon M Nishino 1
Y Saito 1
H Tsunakawa 2
Y Kasahara 3
A Kumamoto 4
T Ono 4
K Hashimoto 5
F Takahashi 2
S Yokota 1
M Fujimoto 1
1. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
2. Tokyo Institute of Technology
3. Kanazawa University
4. Tohoku University
5. RISH, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2909 M Nishino 1 Evidence of Strong Deformation of the Earth's Magnetosphere under Low Mach Number Solar Wind M Nishino 1
M Fujimoto 1
T Phan 2
Y Saito 1
T Mukai 3
M Kuznetsova 4
L Rastaetter 4
1. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
2. UCB/SSL
3. JAXA
4. NASA/GSFC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3700 T Nishiyama 1 Temporal and spatial variations of pulsating auroras obtained from ground-based observations with a high-speed EMCCD camera at Poker Flat Research Range T Nishiyama 1
T Sakanoi 1
Y Miyoshi 2
R Kataoka 3
K Asamura 4
S Okano 1
1. Planetary Plasma And Atmospheric Research Center, Tohoku University
2. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
3. Interactive Research Center of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology
4. ISAS/JAXA, Sagamihara
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3055 N Nitta 1 Large-scale Coronal Disturbances And Time Variations Of Solar Energetic Particle Events N Nitta 1 1. Lockheed Martin Solar And Astrophysics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 4344 R Nomura 1 Propagation characteristics of Pc1 geomagnetic pulsations at subauroral and low latitudes R Nomura 1
K Shiokawa 1
Y Otsuka 1
K Sakaguchi 2
M Connors 3
V Pilipenko 4
B Shevtsov 5
1. Solar-Terrestorial Environment Laboratory
2. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
3. Athabasca University
4. Institute of the Physics of the Earth
5. Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Radio Wave Propagation, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2519 L Norouzi Sedeh 1 ULF wave propagation influences on Ionospheric Doppler velocity variation modeling L Norouzi Sedeh 1
C Waters 1
P Ponomarenko 1 , 2
M Sciffer 1
1. School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, The University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
2. 2. Institute of Space and Atmospheric Studies, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2248 M Nose 1 Temporal variation of the Earth-induced current contribution to the Dst index M Nose 1 1. Data Analysis Center for Geomagnetism and Space Magnetism, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University Accepted Oral
IAGA 3552 M Nose 1 New Substorm Index, Wp Index, Derived from High-resolution Geomagnetic Field Data at Low Latitude and its Comparison with AE and ASY Indices M Nose 1
T Iyemori 1
N Kumasaka 2
G Cifuentes-Nava 3
J Matzka 4
J.J Love 5
J.E Caldwell 5
S Gilder 6
M Feller 6
C Celik 7
1. Kyoto University
2. Kakioka Magnetic Observatory
3. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
4. Technical University of Denmark
5. United States Geological Survey
6. Ludwig-Maximilians University
7. Bogazici University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4680 Y Obana 1 A Study of Latitudinal Distribution of Quarter-Wave ULF Pulsations Y Obana 1
I Yoshikawa 2
F W Menk 3
C L Waters 3
M D Sciffer 3
A Yoshikawa 4
M Moldwin 5
I R Mann 6
D Boteler 7
V Angelopoulos 8
1. Osaka Electro-Communicaton University
2. The University of Tokyo
3. The University of Newcastle
4. Kyushu University
5. University of Michigan
6. The University of Alberta
7. Natural Resources Canada
8. University of California, Los Angeles
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3130 Y Ogawa 1 Three-dimensional Eectrical Rsistivity Modelling of the Onikobe Caldera -Implications for Volcanoes and Earthquake Activity H Fukino 1
Yasuo Ogawa 1
Masahiro Ichiki 1
Wataru Kanda 1
Bulent Tank 2
1. Tokyo Institute of Technology
2. Gogazichi Univ.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3377 Y Ogawa 1 Resent results of ion up/outflow observed with the EISCAT radars Y Ogawa 1
S.C Buchert 2
1. National Institute Of Polar Research
2. Swedish Institute of Space Physics
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3108 Y Ogawa 1 Investigation of Resistivity Structure beneath the Eastern Marmara Sea by 2D Modeling of OBEM data T Kaya 1
Y Ogawa 1
T Kasaya 2
S Tank 3
M.K Tuncer 4
N Oshiman 5
Y Honkura 1
M Matsushima 1
1. Tokyo Institute of Technology
2. JAMSTEC
3. Bogazichi Univ.
4. Istanbul Univ.
5. Kyoto Univ.
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5221 M Oka 1 Particle Acceleration by Magnetic Reconnection: Single X-line vs Multiple X-lines M Oka 1
T Phan 1
F Mozer 1
S Krucker 1
M Fujimoto 2
I Shinohara 2
J Eastwood 3
1. Space Science Lab, University of California Berkeley
2. Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA
3. The Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4940 K Okamoto 1 Brittle ductile deformation triggered by fluids separated from melt -Fossil evidence of Arc crustal earthquake preserved in Higo metamorphic rocks- K Okamoto 1 1. Faculty Of Education, Saitama University, Japan Accepted Oral
IAGA 4496 S Okuma 1 Physical properties and magnetic anomalies of Cretaceous to Paleogene granitic rocks in Japan S Okuma 1
H Kanaya 1
T Nakatsuka 1
1. Geological Survey of Japan, AIST Accepted Oral
IAGA 5934 S Okuma 1 Aeromagnetic evidence for buried volcanic structures beneath the Fukui Plain, central Japan S Okuma 1
M Makino
T Nakatsuka
1. Geological Survey Of Japan, Aist Accepted Oral
IAGA 582 M Orgeira 1 Environmental Magnetism of a Holocene Eolian Sequence in Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) M Orgeira 1
A Coronato 2
C Vasquez 1
F Ponce 2
R Egli 3
1. University Of Buenos Aires and Conicet
2. 2Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas-CONICET, Ushuaia, Argentina
3. Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Accepted Poster
IAGA 583 M Orgeira 1 Environmental Magnetism Study of a late Pleistocene-Holocene loess and Paleosols Sequence in Córdoba province (Argentina) M Orgeira 1
S Rouzaut 2
C Vasquez 1
G Arguello 2
J Sanabria 2
1. University Of Buenos Aires and Conicet
2. Cátedra de Pedología. Escuela de Geología. FCEFN, UNC,Córdoba, Argentina
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3987 S Orsini 1 Dynamical Evolution of Sodium Emission in the Exosphere of Mercury S Orsini 1
V Mangano 1
A Milillo 1
A Mura 1
S Massetti 1
F Leblanc 2
1. INAF - Istituto Di Fisica Dello Spazio Interplanetario
2. CNRS/IPSL,
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5899 Y Otsuka 1 VHF radar and ionosonde observations of post-midnight irregularities in Indonesia Y Otsuka 1
K Shiokawa 1
T Nagatsuma 2
T Tsugawa 2
S Perwitasari 3
  Effendy 3
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. NICT
3. LAPAN
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5811 A Otto 1 Current Sheet Thinning and Entropy Constraints During the Substorm Growth Phase A Otto 1 1. Geophysical Inst., Univ. Alaska Fairbanks Accepted Oral
IAGA 5812 A Otto 1 Entropy Changes and Plasma Entry into the Magnetosphere for Northward IMF Orientation A Otto 1 1. Geophysical Inst., Univ. Alaska Fairbanks Accepted Oral
IAGA 1176 M Owens 1,2 Coronal Mass Ejections and Extreme Space Weather Events M Owens 1,2
M Lockwood 1
L Barnard 1
1. University Of Reading
2. Imperial College London
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2785 O Ozdemir 1 Coercive Force of Single Crystals of Hematite O Ozdemir 1 1. University of Toronto Accepted Oral
IAGA 2711 A Padilha 1 Integrated Gravity and Geomagnetic Induction Studies of Lithospheric Structures Beneath Intracratonic Parana and Chaco-Parana Basins in South America A Padilha 1
N Ussami 2
I Vitorello 1
C Braitenberg 3
M.B Padua 1
M.S Bologna 2
1. INPE – Brazilian National Institute for Space Research,
2. IAG-USP - Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Sao Paulo,
3. University of Trieste, Department of Earth Sciences,
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5011 P Palangio 1 Magnetotelluric measurements associated  with 2009 L’Aquila earthquake sequences P Palangio 1
C Di Lorenzo 2
A Meloni 3
1. Istituto Nazinale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia
2. Istituto Nazinale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia
3. Istituto Nazinale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3004 Y Pan 1 Understanding Environmental Changes with Magnetotactic Bacteria Y Pan 1
W Lin 2
J Li 1,2
1. Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
2. France-China Bio-Mineralization and Nano-Structures Laboratory, Beijing, China
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1183 D PANCHEVA 1 Global response of the ionosphere to atmospheric tides forced from below: Recent progress based on satellite measurements D Pancheva 1
P Mukhtarov 1
1. NIGGG, Bulg. Acad. Sci. Accepted Oral
IAGA 1186 D PANCHEVA 1 Sudden Stratospheric Warmings: The Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling Paradigm D Pancheva 1
P Mukhtarov 1
1. Geophysical Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 4873 D PANCHEVA 1 Fluctuation Characteristics of Magnetic Disturbances During CME Events - Indication of Diffusion Processes at Mid- and Low Latitudes T Nikolova 1
P Nenovski 1
1. National Instritude For Geophysics, Geodesy And Geography, Bulgarian Academy Of Science Accepted Poster
IAGA 2771 S Panovska 1 Analysis of holocene lake sediment magnetic records: Evidence for periodicities and error estimates for field modelling S Panovska 1
C.C Finlay 1
1. Institute of Geophysics, Accepted Poster
IAGA 1573 E Park 1 Validation of Multidimensional Generalized Coupled Markov Chain Model P Paudyal 1
E Park 1
1. Kyungpook National University Accepted Poster
IAGA 4711 P Park 1 Geomagnetic field measurement at the Cheongyang Observatory in Korea P Park 1
W-S Kim 1
S-D Hong 2
M-S Yu 2
S-J Lee 2
J Kim 3
1. Korea Research Institute Of Standards And Science(KRISS)
2. Korea Meteorological Administration
3. Chonbuk National University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 996 G Paterson 1 What is the Definition of Good Paleointensity Data? G Paterson 1 1. Paleomagnetism and Geochronology Laboratory, SKL-LE, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 1288 S Patil 1 Palaeomagnetic and Rock Magnetic Investigations on the Intrusives and Extrusives of Rewa Basin, Central India: Implications on the Age and Migration of the Deccan Magmatism S Patil 1
T Lala 2
D Paul 2
A Chaudhary 3
1. Dr. K.S. Krishnan Geomagnetic Research Laboratory, Allahabad, India
2. Department of Geology, Presidency College, Kolkata, India
3. Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2944 P Pautet 1 Mesospheric Gravity Wave Characteristics, Dynamics and Rotational Temperatures over South Pole, Antarctica (90°S) during the Austral Winter 2010 P Pautet 1
M.J Taylor 1
S.E Palo 2
B.P Williams 3
1. Utah State University
2. University of Colorado
3. NorthWest Research Associates, Colorado Research Associates division
Accepted Oral
IAGA 825 G Pavankumar 1,2 Electrical anisotropy in the Main Central Thrust Zone of the Sikkim Himalaya G Pavankumar 1,2
A Manglik 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute
2. Centre for Earth and Space Sciences, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1731 F Pavon-Carrasco 1 How the intensity data improve the accuracy of the archeomagnetic dating. F Pavon-Carrasco 1
J Rodriguez-Gonzalez 1
M.L Osete 1
J.M Torta 2
1. Universidad Complutense De Madrid.
2. Observatori de l'Ebre. CSIC - Universitat Ramon Llull.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 980 N Pedatella 1 Longitudinal variations in the F-region ionosphere and the topside ionosphere/plasmasphere: observations and model simulations N Pedatella 1
J Forbes 1
A Maute 2
A Richmond 2
T.W Fang 3
K Larson 1
G Millward 3
1. Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University Of Colorado
2. High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research
3. Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3693 V Penquerc'h 1,2 Solar Cycle Variability Of The Geomagnetic Sq Field V Penquerc'h 1,2
A Chulliat 2
1. University Of Liverpool
2. IPGP
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4065 L Perez-Cruz 1 Mineral Magnetic and Microfossil Studies of Laminated Marine Sediments from the Southern Gulf of California - Paleoclimatic Reconstruction for Past 2000 Years L Perez-Cruz 1
J Urrutia-Fucugauchi 1
L Gomez-Lizarraga 1
1. Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico Accepted Oral
IAGA 5935 V Peroomian 1 The Energization of Solar Wind and Ionospheric Ions in the Magnetotail during CME- and CIR-driven Geomagnetic Storms V Peroomian 1
M El-Alaoui
1. UCLA-IGPP
2. UCLA-IGPP
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5858 W Pesnell 1 The Solar Dynamics Observatory: Your On-orbit Eye on the Solar Dynamo W Pesnell 1 1. Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center Accepted Oral
IAGA 2174 E Petrovsky 1 Seasonal behavior of magnetic properties of PM10 at industrial and urban sites E Petrovsky 1
A Kapicka 1
B Kotlik 2
R Zboril 3
H Grison 1
1. Inst. Geophys. ASCR, Bocni II/1401, 141 31 Prague 4, Czech Republic
2. Natl. Inst. Publ. Health, Srobarova 48, 100 42 Prague 10, Czech Republic
3. Ctr. Nanomat. Sci., Palacky Univ., Slechtitelu 11, 783 71 Olomouc, Czech Republic
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1727 A Petry 1 Initial results in operational ionospheric dynamics prediction in Brazilian Space Program A Petry 1
H Velho 2
J Souza 3
A Pereira 1
G Bailey 4
1. Southern Regional Space Research Center, National Institute for Space
2. Associated Laboratory of Computing and Applied Mathematics, National Institute for Space Research
3. Aeronomy Division, National Institute for Space Research
4. Department of Applied Mathematics, The University of Sheffield
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2459 J Phillips 1 3D Magnetic Property Models from 2D Inversions J Phillips 1 1. U.S. Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 2604 C Phillips 1 Effects of anisotropic turbulent thermal diffusion on rotating magnetoconvection in a sphere C Phillips 1
D.J Ivers 1
1. University Of Sydney Accepted Oral
IAGA 1404 V Pilipenko 1 Interaction of the Long-period ULF Waves with the Ionosphere: Combined Radar and Magnetometer Observations and Modeling V Pilipenko 1
V Belakhovsky
A Kozlovsky
E Fedorov
K Kauristi
1. Institute Of The Physics Of The Earth, Moscow, Russia
2. Polar Geophysical Institute, Apatity, Russia
3. Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory of the Oulu University, Finland
4. Institute Of The Physics Of The Earth, Moscow, Russia
5. Finish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1405 V Pilipenko 1 Analytical Model for Doppler Frequency Variations of Ionospheric HF Sounding Caused by MHD Waves V Pilipenko 1
E Fedorov 1
K Yumoto 2
A Ikeda 2
1. Institute Of The Physics Of The Earth, Moscow, Russia
2. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University, Fukuoka,  Japan
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5417 S Pisarevsky 1,2 Precambrian supercontinents and paleomagnetic data, or how 'super' are supercontinents? S Pisarevsky 1,2 1. School Of Earth And Environment, University Of Western Australia
2. Department of Applied Geology, Curtin University of Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5251 F Pitout 1 Ionospheric signature of newly-opened field lines: a comparative study using ground-based instruments and numerical simulation F Pitout 1
P.L Blelly 1
J Moen 2
1. IRAP
2. Dept. of Physics, University of Oslo
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2314 P Ponomarenko 1 Expanding Diagnostic Capabilities of Super Dual Auroral Radar Network P Ponomarenko 1
A Koustov 1
J.P St.-Maurice 1
1. University of Saskatchewan Accepted Oral
IAGA 4058 P Ponomarenko 1 Observation of Upstream Pc3-4 ULF Waves Near the Nightside Plasmapause P Ponomarenko 1
C Waters 2
J.P St.-Maurice 1
1. University Of Saskatchewan
2. The University of Newcastle
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1803 L Pressi 1 Emplacement of the Piracaia Pluton (SE Brazil); determined by Magnetic Fabrics M Raposo 1
L.F Pressi 1
V.A Janasi 1
1. Institute of Geosciences, University of Sao Paulo, Accepted Poster
IAGA 5020 D Price 1 Magnetic field effects in the formation of Sun-like stars D Price 1 1. Monash University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1845 P Pritchett 1 Advances in Understanding Magnetic Reconnection at the Dayside Magnetopause P Pritchett 1 1. University Of California, Los Angeles Accepted Oral
IAGA 1846 P Pritchett 1 Plasma Sheet Disruption by Interchange-Generated Flow Intrusions P Pritchett 1
F Coroniti 1
1. University Of California, Los Angeles Accepted Oral
IAGA 3083 P Pushkarev 1 Three-Dimensional Inversion of Single Profile Magnetotelluric Data, Generated for Resistivity Models with Local and Extensive Inhomogeneities P Pushkarev 1
P Ivanov 1
1. Moscow State University Accepted Poster
IAGA 5340 P Pushkarev 1 AMT exploration of a gold deposit in the North-East of Russia P Pushkarev 1
A Koshurnikov 2
V Makarov 3
I Khasanov 4
1. Moscow State University
2. MSU-Geophysics Ltd
3. JSC Pavlik Gold Mining Company
4. NEISRI FEB RAS
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2734 E Quemerais 1 The interplanetary UV background in the outer helioshere from 30 years of Voyager UVS measurements. E Quemerais 1
R Lallement 1
V Izmodenov 2
B Sandel 3
1. Latmos-IPSL, Guyancourt, France
2. IKI, Moscow, Russia
3. LPL, University of Arizona, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1836 J Rae 1 The Growth and Evolution of Auroral Power and ULF Wave Activity During Substorms and Nightside Auroral Events J Rae 1
I Mann 1
C Watt 1
K Murphy 1
H Frey 2
A Walsh 3
M Taylor 4
A Borg 4
V Angelopoulos 5
H Singer 6
1. University Of Alberta
2. Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California Berkeley
3. Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London
4. ESTEC, European Space Agency
5. University of California at Los Angeles
6. NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center
7. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1892 S Raizada 1 Studying Ion-neutral coupling using simultaneous measurements of neutral calcium, its ion using resonance lidars at Arecibo S Raizada 1
C Tepley 1
B Wiiliams 2
1. Arecibo Observatory
2. North West Research Associates, CoRA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3074 M Rajaram 1 Integrated Geophysical Study over a Gondwana Basin in the Indian Sub-Continent M Rajaram 1
S.P Anand 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 3076 M Rajaram 1 Results From the Decade of Geopotential Research in India. M Rajaram 1
S.P Anand 1
Geeta Vichare 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 5513 M Rajaram 1 Role of Geomagnetic field measurements in space weather studies S Alex 1
B. D Kadam 1
S Mukherjee 1
M Rajaram 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 5517 M Rajaram 1 Conservation and Digital preservation of Colaba-Alibag magnetic records at WDC, Mumbai S Alex 1
M Rajaram 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 3754 R Rajaram 1 Singular Ssectrum analysis of solar activity influence over space climate R Rajaram 1 1. Micro Tech Global Foundation Accepted Poster
IAGA 1139 D Ramani 1 Atmosphere - Ionosphere Coupling at low latitudes by 16 day waves D Ramani 1
G Subramanian
1. Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Krishnapuram ,Tirunelveli - 627 011
2. Indian Institute of Geomagnetism,  Krishnapuram ,Tirunelveli - 627 011
Accepted Poster
IAGA 720 A Rapalini 1 The position of the Rio de la Plata craton within Rodinia: some paleomagnetic and geologic evidence A Rapalini 1 1. Universidad de Buenos Aires Accepted Oral
IAGA 786 A Rapalini 1 Kinematic Implications of Paleomagnetic and Magnetic Fabric Studies Around the Quaternary El Tigre Transcurrent Fault, Western Precordillera, Argentina S Fazzito 1
A Rapalini 1
J.M Cortés 1
C Terrizano 1
1. Universidad De Buenos Aires - CONICET Accepted Poster
IAGA 1850 I Raposo 1 Magnetic Fabrics As Strain Indicator on the Rocks From Itajai­ Basin, Southern Brazil I Raposo 1
C Drukas 1
M Basei 1
1. Sao Paulo University Accepted Poster
IAGA 3689 J Rash 1 Tail Reconnection for IMF Northwards, Non-substorm Intervals: the Influence of By J Rash 1 1. University of KwaZulu-Natal Accepted Poster
IAGA 2098 D Ravat 1 Interpretation of lithospheric magnetic signal - recent results D Ravat 1 1. University Of Kentucky Accepted Oral
IAGA 3156 D Ravat 1 Reconciling rock properties with bulk continental lithospheric magnetization derived from satellite anomalies D Ravat 1 1. University Of Kentucky Accepted Oral
IAGA 1705 R Rawat 1 Geoeffectiveness of Multiple Solar Flares and Associated Solar Energetic Particle Events During Solar Cycle 23 R Rawat 1
S Alex 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IAGA 4353 I Reid 1 Meteor Radar Observations at Adelaide (35S), Darwin (12S) and Davis Station (68S). I Reid 1
D McIntosh 1,2
1. The University Of Adelaide
2. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 956 Z Ren 1 Equinoctial asymmetry of the ionospheric vertical plasma drifts Z Ren 1
W Wan 1
L Liu 1
Y Chen 1
H Le 1
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 1800 L Resende 1 Climatological Study of the Es-Layers Behavior over Equatorial Region during Disturbed Periods of Solar Cycle 23 L Resende 1
C Denardini 1
I Batista 1
J Moro 1
L Guizelli 1,2
1. National Institute for Space Research - INPE
2. Universidade de Taubaté - UNITAU
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1128 M Riazantseva 1,2 Features of intermittency of solar wind turbulence on scales 0.01–16 Hz M Riazantseva 1,2
G.N Zastenker 1
O.M Kalaev 2
A.A Chernyshov 1
A.S Petrosyan 1
1. Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences,  Moscow, Russia
2. Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1129 M Riazantseva 1,2 Fluxes of energetic electrons near the external boundary of the external radiation belt and position of auroral oval M Riazantseva 1,2
I.N Myagkova 1
E.E Antonova 1,2
B.V Marjin 1
M.V Karavaev 1
M.A Saveliev 3
V.M Feigin 3
1. Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
2. Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
3. Research Center for Earth Operative Monitoring (NTS OMZ), Russian Space Agency, Moscow, Russia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2513 J Richardson 1 The Solar Wind in the Heliosheath J Richardson 1 1. M.I.T. Accepted Oral
IAGA 4632 A Ridley 1 Utilizing Ensembles in Upper Atmospheric Modeling A Ridley 1
D Pawlowski 2
E Yigit 1
1. University Of Michigan
2. Eastern Michigan University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4385 P Riley 1 Corotating Interaction Regions: Formation and Properties P Riley 1 1. Predictive Science Accepted Oral
IAGA 3628 O Ritter 1 What We Can Learn From MT In Multi-Disciplinary Projects? O Ritter 1 1. GFZ German Research Centre For Geosciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 3085 A Roberts 1,2 Magnetic properties of sedimentary greigite (Fe3S4): An update A Roberts 1,2
L Chang 2
C.J Rowan 2,3
C.S Horng 4
F Florindo 5
1. The Australian National University
2. National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, European Way, Southampton SO14 3ZH, UK
3. School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, Grant Institute, King’s Buildings, West Mains Road, Edinburgh EH9 3JW, UK
4. Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, P.O. Box 1-55, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC
5. Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Via di Vigna Murata, 605, I-00143 Rome, Italy
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3086 A Roberts 1,2 Environmental magnetic records of atmospheric dust variability from Arabia and Asia over the last 500,000 years A Roberts 1,2
E.J Rohling 2
K Grant 2
J.C Larrasoaña 3
Q.S Liu 4
1. The Australian National University
2. National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, European Way, Southampton SO14 3ZH, UK
3. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Unidad de Zaragoza, Manuel Lasala 44 9B, Zaragoza 50006, Spain
4. Paleomagnetism and Geochronology Laboratory (SKL-LE), Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029, People’s Republic of China
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3206 A Roberts 1 How does Chinese Loess Become Magnetized? X Zhao 1
A.P Roberts 2
1. National Oceanography Centre, University Of Southampton
2. Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2041 C Rodger 1 Contrasting the efficiency of radiation belt losses caused by ducted and non-ducted whistler mode waves from ground-based transmitters C Rodger 1
B.R Carson 1
S.A Cummer 2
R.J Gamble 1
M.A Clilverd 3
J.C Green 4
J.A Sauvaud 5
M Parrot 6
J.J Berthelier 7
1. Department of Physics, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
2. Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Duke University, North Carolina, United States of America
3. British Antarctic Survey (NERC), Cambridge, United Kingdom
4. Space Weather Prediction Center, NOAA, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America
5. Centre d'Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements, Toulouse, France
6. Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement et de l'Espace, Orleans, France
7. Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales/IPSL, CNRS-UVSQ-UPMC, Paris, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1847 J Roszkowska-remin 1,2 Magnetostratigraphy of the Miocene deposits in the marginal part of Carpathian Foredeep, Poland and western Ukraine, central Europe - preliminary results J Roszkowska-Remin 1,2 1. Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute
2. University Of Warsaw, Faculty Of Geology
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5923 P Rouleau 1 Highly Constricted Crustal Fluids Undergoing Oscillatory Forcing P Rouleau 1 1. Memorial University Of Newfoundland Accepted Oral
IAGA 4396 A Ruzmaikin 1 Variability of Tropical Pacific Temperature and Water Vapor in Relation to Solar Cycles. A Ruzmaikin 1
H Aumann 1
1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAGA 4406 A Ruzmaikin 1 A New Method of Quantitative Analysis of Extreme Space Weather Events. J Feynman 1 1. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute Of Technology Accepted Oral
IAGA 1003 T S 1 Periodic solar wind forcing due to recurrent Coronal Holes during 1996-2009 and its impact on Earth’s geomagnetic and ionospheric properties during extreme solar minimum S Tulasi Ram 1
C.H Liu 2
S.Y Su 3
M Yamamoto 1
1. RISH, Kyoto University, Uji, Japan
2. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
3. Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1004 T S 1 Ionospheric O+/light-ion transition height derived from ion-composition measurements and the topside ion density profiles over equatorial latitudes S Tulasi Ram 1
M Yamamoto 1
C.H Liu 2
S.Y Su 3
R.A Heelis 4
1. RISH, Kyoto University, Uji, Japan
2. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
3. Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan.
4. W.B. Hanson Center for Space Sciences, University of Texas, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1252 A S P 1 Aeromagnetic Signatures of the Different Tectonic Regions of Indian Sub-Continent A S P 1
M Rajaram 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 1253 A S P 1 Basement Structure and Mineralization of Proterozoic Chattisgarh basin, India from the Analysis of Aeromagnetic Data A S P 1
M Rajaram 1
N Nair 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 1567 L Safiuddin 1,3 Estimation of SP magnetite mean grain size in bulk soil samples L Safiuddin 1,3
D Fitriani 1,4
G Tamuntuan 1
S Bijaksana 2
1. Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institut Teknologi Bandung
2. Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung
3. Faculty of Teaching and Education Sciences, Universitas Haluoleo
4. Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Padjadjaran
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3642 J Safrankova 1 Extreme Magnetopause Locations: Causes and Consequences J Safrankova 1
Z Nemecek 1
J Urbar 1
O Goncharov 1
K Grygorov 1
K Jelinek 1
DG Sibeck 2
1. Charles University, Faculty Of Mathematics And Physics, Prague
2. NASA GSFC Greenbelt
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5981 F Sahraoui 1 Electron scale physics in collisionless space plasma: Recent Cluster observations and theoretical modeling F Sahraoui 1
G Belmont 1
A Retino 1
M Goldstein 2
1. Lpp/Cnrs-Ecole Polytechnique
2. NASA/GSFC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5169 S Saita 1 Displacement of conjugate point during a substorm in a global MHD simulation S Saita 1
A Kadokura 2
N Sato 2
S Fujita 3
T Tanaka 4
Y Ebihara 5
S Ohtani 6
G Ueno 7
K Murata 8
T Higuchi 7
1. Transdisciplinary Research Integration Center, Japan
2. National Institute of Polar Research, Japan.
3. Meteorological College, Japan
4. Kyushu University,  Japan.
5. Kyoto University, Japan
6. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA
7. The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan.
8. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4743 Y Saito 1 Interaction between the Moon and the Earth's magnetosphere observed by MAP-PACE on Kaguya Y Saito 1
Shoichiro Yokota 1
Masaki Nishino 1
Tadateru Yamamoto 1
Kota Uemura 1
Hideo Tsunakawa 2
1. Institute of Space And Astronautical Science
2. Tokyo Institute of Technology
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3536 T Sakanoi 1 Precise Characteristics of Black Aurora Obtained with Reimei Image-particle Data T Sakanoi 1
Y Miyoshi 2
Y Ebihara 3
T Takada 4
A Demekhov 5
A Yamazaki 6
K Asamura 6
M Hirahara 7
1. Planetary Plasma Atmospheric Research Center, Tohoku University,
2. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
3. Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University
4. Kochi National College of Technology
5. Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Science
6. Institute of Astronautical Science,JAXA
7. Department of Earth and Planetary Physics, University of Tokyo
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4842 T Sakao 1 New Results on the X-ray/EUV Sun from Hinode T Sakao 1 1. ISAS/JAXA Accepted Oral
IAGA 5918 A Sakuraba 1 Numerical simulations of short-timescale geomagnetic field variations A Sakuraba 1 1. School of Science, University of Tokyo Accepted Oral
IAGA 3473 S Samsonov 1 Precipitation of Electrons with the Energy of Tens-hundreds keV in the 11-year Solar Activity Cycle S Samsonov 1 1. Yu.G.Shafer Institute Of Cosmophysical Research And Aeronomy Of The Siberian Branch Of The Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 4988 O Santolik 1,2 Propagation Properties of Whistler-Mode Chorus O Santolik 1,2
E Macusova 1,2
D.A Gurnett 3
J.S Pickett 3
N Cornilleau-Wehrlin 4
1. Institute Of Atmospheric Physics,  Prague, Czech Republic
2. Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
3. University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
4. LPP-CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1808 A Santos 1 Dependence of equatorial evening vertical drift on solar flux over Brazilian region A Santos 1
A Abdu 1
J Sobral 1
1. Instituto Nacional De Pesquisas Espaciais Accepted Poster
IAGA 4975 O Santolik 1 Equatorial Noise Emissions Observed by Cluster and DEMETER Spacecraft F Nemec 1
Z Hrbackova 2,1
O Santolik 1,2
M Parrot 3
1. Institute Of Atmospheric Physics, Academy Of Sciences Of The Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
2. Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
3. LPC2E/CNRS, Orleans, France
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1722 C Sarzi Machado 1 Study of the Thermospheric Midnight Temperature Maximum in the Brazilian sector using OI 630 airglow during different solar activity conditions C Sarzi Machado 1
A Pimenta 1
N Schuch 2
1. National Institute for Space Research
2. Southern Regional Space Research Center - National Institute for Space Research
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5435 K Sato 1 A new estimation method of the total momentum fluxes associated with gravity waves K Sato 1
T Ohno 1
S Watanabe 2
1. Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sci., Univ. Of Tokyo
2. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3350 F Schleyer 1 Linear mode conversion of upper hybrid waves to radiation: Averaged energy conversion efficiencies and applications to planetary magnetospheres. F Schleyer 1
I Cairns 1
E-H Kim 2
P Robinson 1
1. University Of Sydney
2. Princeton Plasma Laboratory
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2045 J Schmidt 1 Type II Radio Bursts: New Analytic Formalism and Applications J Schmidt 1
I Cairns 1
P Robinson 1
1. School Of Physics Accepted Oral
IAGA 2046 J Schmidt 1 Magnetoacoustic Wave Oscillation of an Expanding Coronal Loop J Schmidt 1
L Ofman 2
1. School Of Physics
2. Catholic University of America & NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3419 P Schmidt 1 Some magnetic anomalies from New England, NSW P Schmidt 1
C Foss 1
1. CSIRO Earth Science & Resource Engineering Accepted Oral
IAGA 3420 P Schmidt 1 How well can a fold test be performed through interpretation of magnetic field data? P Schmidt 1
C Foss 1
1. CSIRO Earth Science & Resource Engineering Accepted Oral
IAGA 4898 W Schmutz 1 New Reconstruction Technique Yields Large Historical Variability in Solar Radiative Forcing W Schmutz 1
A Shapiro 1
E Rozanov 1
1. PMOD/WRC Accepted Oral
IAGA 2808 S Schnaidt 1 Exploration of a potential graphite agglomeration along terrane-boundaries using geomagnetic depth sounding S Schnaidt 1
K Bahr 1
1. Institute for Geophysics - Georg-August-University of Goettingen Accepted Poster
IAGA 5774 J Schou 1 First results from SDO/HMI J Schou 1 1. Stanford University Accepted Oral
IAGA 1812 N Schuch 1 The Geomagnetic Monitoring at the Brazilian Southern Space Observatory N Schuch 1
N.B Trivedi 2
S.L.G Dutra 2
S.L Fontes 3
K Yumoto 4
K Makita 5
A.C Da Silva 1
T.R.C Stekel 1
C.E Antunes 4
J.P Marchezi 1
1. Southern Regional Space Research Center - Crs/ccr/inpe - McT, In Collaboration With The Santa Maria Space Science Laboratory - Lacesm/ct- Ufsm, Santa Maria, Rs, Brazil.
2. National Institute for Space Research, São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil.
3. National Observatory – ON/MCT, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil.
4. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan.
5. University of Takushoku, Tokyo, Japan.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1813 N Schuch 1 The Global Muon Detector Network – GMDN and the Quantitative Prediction of Space Weather N Schuch 1
A Petry 1
A Dal Lago 2
M.R Da Silva 3
C.R Braga 2
K Munakata 4
J.W Bieber 5
M.L Duldig 6
J.E Humble 7
I Sabbah 8
1. Southern Regional Space Research Center - Crs/ccr/inpe - McT, In Collaboration With The Santa Maria Space Science Laboratory - Lacesm/ct- Ufsm, Santa Maria, Rs, Brazil.
2. National Institute for Space Research - DGE/CEA/INPE, São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil
3. Universidade Vale do Paraiba, São José dos Campos, Brazil.
4. Shinshu University, Japan
5. Bartol Research Institute, University of Delaware, USA
6. School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia
7. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
8. Department of Natural Sciences, Collage of Health Sciences, Public Authority of Applied Education and Training, Kuwait
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1728 N Schuch 1 Multi-directional Muon Detector automatic barometric calibration A Petry 1
M Colpo 1
C Kato 2
A Lago 3
N Schuch 1
1. Southern Regional Space Research Center, National Institute for Space
2. Shinshu University
3. Space Geophysics Division, National Institute for Space Research
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2371 H Schulte In Den Baeumen 1 Extraction Of Non-Radial Magnetic Fields At The Solar Source Surface H Schulte in den Baeumen 1
I.H Cairns 1
1. School of Physics, University of Sydney Accepted Oral
IAGA 4421 M Sciffer 1 On the Use of Absorbing Boundaries in Modeling ULF Waves in the Magnetosphere. M Sciffer 1
C Waters 1
R Lysak 2
1. University Of Newcastle
2. University of Minnesota
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4420 M Sciffer 1 Relating ULF Wave Equatorial Electric and Ground Magnetic Fields. M Sciffer 1
C Waters 1
1. University Of Newcastle Accepted Poster
IAGA 5098 K Seki 1 On roles of the K-H instability in the formation of the cold dense plasma sheet during northward IMF periods: PSD observations and PIC simulation K Seki 1
Y Matsumoto 1
B Lavraud 2
Y Saito 3
H Rème 2
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie - CNRS
3. Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5281 K Seki 1 Study of the inner magnetospheric response to pressure pulses in the solar wind based on the GEMSIS-RC model K Seki 1
T Amano 2
Y Miyoshi 1
Y Matsumoto 1
T Umeda 1
S Saito 1
Y Miyashita 1
Y Ebihara 3
1. STEL, Nagoya University
2. Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University
3. RISH, Kyoto University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1241 R Selvamurugan 1 Storm and Substorm characteristics as observed from Maitri R Selvamurugan 1
B.M Pathat 1
A Dhar 1
A Hanchinal 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Oral
IAGA 4586 K Selway 1 Gondwana-related suture zone in the Prydz Bay region, Antarctica, imaged with magnetotellurics K Selway 1
J Peacock 1
A Collins 1
G Heinson 1
1. University Of Adelaide Accepted Oral
IAGA 5396 K Selway 1 Shallow, bounded conductors produce negative TE-mode phases in land magnetotelluric data K Selway 1
S Thiel 1
1. University Of Adelaide Accepted Oral
IAGA 4914 A Semenov 1 Inversion of global induction data. From data analysis to the 3-D model of mantle conductivity. A Semenov 1
A Kuvshinov 1
1. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich Accepted Poster
IAGA 3500 J Semkova 1 Recent Observations of Space Radiation Environment in a Human Phantom onboard ISS J Semkova 1
R Koleva 1
S Malchev 1
N Bankov 1
V Banghin 2
I Chernykh 2
V Shurshakov 2
V Petrov 2
S Drobyshev 2
M Goranova 3
1. Space and Solar-Terrestrial Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
2. State Scientific Center of Russian Federation, Institute of Biomedical Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences
3. Technical University of Sofia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3897 A Seppälä 1 Impact of Energetic Particle Precipitation on the Atmosphere A Seppälä 1 1. British Antarctic Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 3930 T Sergienko 1 Multi-station optical study of substorm breakup auroral arcs T Sergienko 1
K Axelsson 1
B Gustavsson 2
I Sandahl 1
U Brändström 1
1. Swedish Institute Of Space Physics, Kiruna, Sweden
2. School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2475 G Shepherd 1 Thermospheric Observations of Equatorial Wavenumber 4 Density Perturbations from WINDII Data G Shepherd 1 1. York University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2836 M Shepherd 1 Investigation of Major Stratospheric Warming Effects on Atmospheric Coupling at High Latitudes using the Extended Canadian Middle Atmosphere Mode M Shepherd 1
S Beagley 1
Y.M Cho 1
G Shepherd 1
V Fomichev 1
1. Centre For Research In Earth And Space Science, York University Accepted Oral
IAGA 3330 J Shi 1 Field-Aligned Currents at Plasma Sheet Boundary Layers in the Magnetotail: Cluster Observation J Shi 1
Z Cheng 1
T Zhang 2
M Dunlop 3
Z Liu 1
1. Center For Space Science and Applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2. Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz, Austria
3. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, Didcot, UK
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3341 J Shi 1 Properties of Spread-F in High and Low Latitude Ionospheres J Shi 1
W Tao 1
G Wang 1
G Zherebtsov 2
A Stepanov 3
1. Center For Space Science and Applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2. Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, RAS, Irkutsk, Russia
3. Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Aeronomy, RAS, Yakutsk, Russia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5320 Q Shi 1 Magnetosheath plasma entry at the high latitude magnetosphere during northward IMF Q Shi 1
Q.G Zong 2
Z.Y Pu 2
S.Y Fu 2
H Zhang 3
M.W Dunlop 4
Y.F Wang 2
Y Wei 2
J.C Zhang 5
  et al. 6
1. Shandong University At Weihai
2. School of Earth and space Sciences, Peking University, China
3. Physics Department & Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks
4. Space Sciences Division, SSTD, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
5. University of New Hampshire
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2917 A Shinbori 1 Seasonal dependence of geomagnetic field variations on the ground associated with geomagnetic sudden commencements A Shinbori 1
Y Tsuji 2
T Kikuchi 2
T Araki 3
A Ikeda 4
T Uozumi 4
S. I Solovyev 5
B.M Shevtsov 6
T Nagatsuma 7
K Yumoto 4
1. Research Institute For Sustainable Humanosphere (Rish), Kyoto University
2. STEL, Nagoya University
3. SOA Key Laboratory for Polar Science, Polar Research Institute
4. Space Environment Research Center (SERC), Kyushu University
5. Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Aeronomy (IKFIA)
6. Institute of Cosmophysical Researches
7. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2902 K Shiokawa 1 Response of the Earthfs Inner Magnetosphere to the Extreme Interplanetary Conditions K Shiokawa 1 1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University Accepted Oral
IAGA 2904 K Shiokawa 1 Plasma Sheet Electrons as Field-Aligned Current Carriers and Formation of Auroral Field-Aligned Potential Difference K Shiokawa 1
S Lee 1
J McFadden 2
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2905 K Shiokawa 1 Observations of Nighttime Medium-Scale Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances by 630-nm Airglow Imagers Near the Auroral Zone K Shiokawa 1
M Mori 1
S.I Oyama 1
Y Otsuka 1
S Nozawa 1
M Connors 2
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Athabasca University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2906 K Shiokawa 1 CAWSES-II Task Group 4: What is the Geospace Response to Variable Inputs From the Lower Atmosphere? K Shiokawa 1
J Oberheide 2
  CAWSES-II, Task Group 4 3
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
2. Clemson University
3. SCOSTEP CAWSES-II
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1819 R Shore 1 Methods for Processing Satellite Constellation Measurements of Earth-External Magnetic Field Sources R Shore 1
K Whaler 1
S Macmillan 2
C Beggan 2
1. The University Of Edinburgh
2. British Geological Survey, Edinburgh
Accepted Oral
IAGA 790 L Sidorova 1 Topside Ionosphere Plasma Bubbles: Survival Possibilities, Seasonal/Longitudinal and Solar Activity Dependence L Sidorova 1 1. Pushkov Institute Of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere And Radiowave Propagation, Izmiran Accepted Oral
IAGA 2003 L Sidorova 1 Regional Orthogonal Model of Geomagnetic Secular Variation in the Europe for 1980-2009 S Filippov 1
D Abramova 1
L Sidorova 1
1. Pushkov Institute Of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radiowave Propagation Accepted Poster
IAGA 2184 J Simkanin 1 Hydromagnetic Dynamos in Rotating Spherical Fluid Shells in Dependence on the Prandtl Number and Stratification J Simkanin 1
P Hejda 1
1. Institute of Geophysics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic Accepted Oral
IAGA 2185 J Simkanin 1 Hydromagnetic Dynamos in Rotating Non-Uniformly Stratified Spherical Fluid Shells in Dependence on the Rayleigh Number J Simkanin 1
P Hejda 1
D Saxonbergova 2
1. Institute of Geophysics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
2. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1258 A Simonyan 1 Geomagnetic jerks,dynamics of recent geomagnetic field and concurrent helio-geophysical phenomena A Simonyan 1 1. Iges Nas Ra Accepted Poster
IAGA 4894 J Simunek 1 Dayside magnetopause over solar cycle J Simunek 1
J Safrankova 2
Z Nemecek 2
G Granko 2
S Dusik 2
1. Institute Of Atmospheric Physics, Prague Czech Republic
2. Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Prague, Czech Republic
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3126 B Singer 1 Refining the Quaternary Geomagnetic Instability Time Scale (GITS) B Singer 1 1. Dept. of Geoscience, University of Wisconsin-Madison Accepted Oral
IAGA 1814 B Singh 1 Lithospheric Structures Beneath the Son-Mahanadi Gondwana Rift, India- Insight from Gravity Study B Singh 1
S Priya 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India Accepted Oral
IAGA 1267 A Singh 1 ULF Wave Index as a Proxy of Space Weather Parameter A Singh 1
R.P Singh 2
1. University Of Lucknow
2. Banaras Hindu University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1273 A Singh 1 Study of Space Weather Conditions during Solar Eclipse Days A Singh 1 1. University Of Lucknow Accepted Poster
IAGA 1112 A Sinha 1 Observations of Near-conjugate High Latitude Substorms and Their Low Latitude Implications A Sinha 1
A.K Singh 1
B Pathan 1
B Jayashree 1
R Rawat 1
A Dhar 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism, India Accepted Poster
IAGA 2975 M Sitnov 1 Dipolarization Fronts in Kinetic Simulations and THEMIS Observations: Links to Magnetic Reconnection, Current Disruption and Plasma Bubbles M Sitnov 1 1. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 3180 M Sitnov 1 Modeling and Forecasting of the Storm-scale Structure and Dynamics of the Geomagnetic Field and Underlying Electric Currents Using the High-resolution Empirical Model TS07D M Sitnov 1
G Stephens 1
A Ukhorskiy 1
J Vandegrif 1
N Tsyganenko 2
1. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
2. St Petersburg University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4438 S Solomon 1 Contributions to Thermospheric Climate Variation from Co-Rotating Interaction Regions in the Solar Wind S Solomon 1
A Burns 1
L Qian 1
1. High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 1170 A Soloviev 1 Automated system for recognition of artificial spikes on 1-minute and 1-second magnetograms A Soloviev 1
A Chulliat 2
S Agayan 1
S Bogoutdinov 1
A Gvishiani 1
1. Institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences Geophysical Center RAS
2. Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5677 A Soloviev 1 Recognition and digitization of scanned magnetogram images A Soloviev 1
J Mabie 2
S Bogoutdinov 1
A Gvishiani 1
1. Institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences Geophysical Center RAS
2. National Geophysical Data Center of US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2806 B Sommer 1 Investigation of the crustal conductor at terrane-borders using magnetotellurics in Western and Southern Germany B Sommer 1
K Bahr 1
1. Institute For Geophysics - Georg-August-University Of Goettingen Accepted Poster
IAGA 4633 Y Song 1 Effects of Alfvenic Interactions on Magnetospheric and Ionospheric Dynamics Y Song 1
R Lysak 1
1. University Of Minnesota Accepted Oral
IAGA 3687 F Søraas 1 Observations Of  Subauroral Proton Luminosity Suggesting Generation By Wave/Particle Interaction F Søraas 1
Karl Laundal 2
1. Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen
2. Teknova AS, Gimlemoen 19, 4630 Kristiansand
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4267 K Spitzer 1 3D Vector Finite Element Forward Modeling Approaches for Transient Electromagnetic Fields Using Krylov Subspace Techniques in the Time and Frequency Domain K Spitzer 1
R.U Boerner 1
O Ernst 2
M Eiermann 2
1. Institute of Geophysics and Geoscience Informatics, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
2. Institute of Numerical Analysis and Optimization, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5253 B Sreenivasan 1 The Preference for Dipolar Magnetic Fields in Planets B Sreenivasan 1
C Jones 2
1. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
2. University of Leeds
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1599 S Sripathi 1 Quiet-time variability of the GPS TEC and EEJ strength over Indian region and their connection to the major Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSWs) events during 2005/2006 S Sripathi 1
S Alex 1
S Gurubaran 1
A Bhattacharyya 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IAGA 5097 J Stadsnes 1 Auroral asymmetries in the conjugate hemispheres. N Østgaard 1
K.M Laundal 2
J Stadsnes 1
1. University Of Bergen, Norway
2. Teknova, Kristiansand, Norway
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4890 S Starchenko 1 Large-scale sources of the geomagnetic field in the Earth's core S Starchenko 1 1. Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IZMIRAN) Accepted Oral
IAGA 4891 S Starchenko 1 Scaling and energetic of hydromagnetic dynamic of the deep Earth’s and planetary interiors S Starchenko 1 1. Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IZMIRAN) Accepted Oral
IAGA 4893 S Starchenko 1 Critical Stability of Convection in the Terrestrial Planets S Starchenko 1
M Kotelnikova 2, 3
1. Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IZMIRAN)
2. Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics
3. Novosibirsk State University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5657 S Starchenko 1 The geomagnetic field for the interval 1590-2010 and its sources in the Earth’s core S Starchenko 1
S Yakovleva 1
1. Pushkov Institute Of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere And Radio Wave Propagation Of The Russian Academy Of Sciences (IZMIRAN) Accepted Poster
IAGA 1994 F Stark 1 Intensity of the Earth's magnetic field over the last 3000 years in Melanesia and the potential of archaeomagnetic dating F Stark 1
M Hill 1
J Cassidy 2
J Shaw 1
P Sheppard 2
1. University of Liverpool
2. University of Auckland
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3281 P Stenhouse 1 Localisation of Fault-controlled Fluid Flow During Growth of a Normal Fault Network, Jebel Akhdar Dome, Oman P Stenhouse 1
S Cox 1
S Virgo 2
M Arndt 2
J Urai 2
1. The Australian National University, Research School Of Earth Sciences
2. Structural Geology, Tectonics and Geomechanics, RWTH Aachen
Accepted Oral
IAGA 626 R Stening 1 Stratospheric Warming Effects on the Lunar Tide in the Equatorial Electrojet R Stening 1 1. University Of New South Wales Accepted Oral
IAGA 627 R Stening 1 Variations of the Sq Current System using Spherical Harmonic Analysis R Stening 1
D Winch 2
1. University of New South Wales
2. University of Sydney
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3005 R Sternberg 1 A review of the archaeomagnetic database of R.L. DuBois R Sternberg 1
I Hagmann 1
1. Franklin & Marshall College Accepted Poster
IAGA 3162 D Storchak 1 ISC: Processing Historical Seismic Station Bulletins (1900-1970) D Storchak 1
D Di Giacomo 1
A Baranauskaite 1
R Wylie 1
R Verney 1
1. International Seismological Centre Accepted Oral
IAGA 492 S Su 1 Large Wavy Flow Motions Observed at the Topside Ionosphere by ROCSAT S Su 1
C Chao 1
C Liu 2
1. National Central University
2. Academia Sinica
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1870 P Subba Rao 1 EM Induction Studies in Lakshdweep Islands: An overview P Subba Rao 1
A.K Singh 1
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism Accepted Poster
IAGA 630 H Sun 1 The research of geomagnetic internal field variation of Chinese mainland and adjacent areas during 1960
2000
H Sun 1
Z.C An 2
J.J Pan 3
Y Feng 4
F Mao 5
1. Remote Sensing Application And Experiment Station Of National Satellite Meteorological Center, Guangxi Meteorological Disaster Mitigation Institute, Nanning, China
2. Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
3. College of Resources and Environmental Science, Nanjing, China
4. College of Resources and Environmental Science, Nanjing, China
5. Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Beijing, China
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3736 Y Sun 1 The Low Latitude F-region Irregularities Response to the Geomagnetic Storm Y Sun 1
J.Y Liu 1
1. National Central University Accepted Poster
IAGA 1140 S Sundararaman 1 Comparison of the dynamical response of low latitude middle atmosphere to the major stratospheric warming events in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres S Sundararaman 1
B Ganeshan Jeya 1
S Sundararajan 2
G Subramanian 1
R Dennis 3
1. Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Krishnapuram, Tirunelveli-6287011 India
2. National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, Gadanki-517112, India
3. Colorado Research Associates, Boulder, CO 80301
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2641 P Sutcliffe 1 Evidence of Pc3-4 Cavity Modes Observed in CHAMP Satellite Magnetometer Data P Sutcliffe 1
B Heilig 2
C Ndiitwani 1
1. Hermanus Magnetic Observatory
2. Tihany Geophysical Observatory, Eötvös Loránd Geophysical Institute
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4917 S Suzuki 1 Gravity wave propagation from lower to upper atmosphere derived from airglow and lidar measurements S Suzuki 1
G Baumgarten 1
B Kaifler 1
N Kaifler 1
B Williams 2
T Nakamura 3
M Ejiri 3
H Suzuki 3
M Gerding 1
F.-J. Luebken 1
1. Leibniz-Institute Of Atmospheric Physics
2. NorthWest Research Associates, Colorado Research Associates division
3. National Institute of Polar Research
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3329 H Tadokoro 1 Statistical Characteristics of Energetic Electron Precipitation and VLF Emissions at Syowa Station During Sudden Commencements H Tadokoro 1
Y Miyoshi 3
H Yamagishi 2
H Miyaoka 2
Y Tanaka 2
1. Tohoku Universtiy
2. National Institute Of Polar Research
3. Nagoya University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2115 K Takahashi 1 Plasma Mass Density in the Inner Magnetosphere Derived From the Frequency of Standing Alfven Waves Observed With Spacecraft K Takahashi 1
R Denton 2
1. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
2. Dartmouth College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2797 H Takahashi 1 Mesosphere-ionosphere coupling features through gravity- and planetary waves in the equatorial and low latitude regions H Takahashi 1
J Makela 2
L.M Lima 3
I Batista 1
M.A Abdu 1
P.P Batista 1
K Shiokawa 4
J Overheide 5
D.C Fritts 6
1. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais
2. University of Illinois
3. Universidade Estadual de Paraiba
4. STEL Nagoya University
5. Clemson University
6. Colorado Research Associates
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4073 H Takahashi 1 Longitudinal network campaign for monitoring of atmosphere -ionosphere dynamical coupling system under the CAWSES-II task group 4 activities H Takahashi 1
J Makela 2
K Shiokawa 3
J Oberheide 4
1. Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais
2. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois
3. STEL, Nagoya University
4. Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4183 A Tangborn 1 Sensitivity of geomagnetic forecasts to Rayleigh number  in a geomagnetic data assimilation system A Tangborn 1
W Kuang 2
1. University Of Maryland - Baltimore County
2. Goddard Space Flight Center
Accepted Oral
IAGA 652 P Tanskanen 1 Auroral Research in Finland up the the space age P Tanskanen 1 1. Department Of Physics, University Of Oulu Accepted Oral
IAGA 5721 E Tanskanen 1, 2 Substorm number as a terrestrial magnetic weather indicator E Tanskanen 1, 2
A Viljanen 1
K Mursula 3
L Hakkinen 1
1. Finnish Meteorological Institute
2. University of Bergen, Department of Physics and Technology
3. Oulu Univeristy
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5772 J Tarduno 1,2 Observational constraints on the onset and strength of the early Earth’s magnetic field J Tarduno 1,2
R Cottrell 1
M Kranendonk 3
1. University Of Rochester, Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences
2. University of Rochester, Dept. Physics & Astronomy
3. Geological Survey of Western Australia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4947 M Tatrallyay 1 On the Location of the Terrestrial Magnetopause and Bow Shock under Extreme Solar Wind Conditions M Tatrallyay 1
G Erdos 1
Z Nemeth 1
M I Verigin 2
S Vennerstrom 3
1. Kfki Research Institute For Particle And Nuclear Physics, Budapest, Hungary
2. Space Research Institute, Moscow, Russia
3. National Space Institute, TU Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4948 M Tatrallyay 1 Statistical Analysis of Energetic Storm Particle Event Parameters K Kecskemety 1
M Tatrallyay 1
P Kiraly 1
1. Kfki Research Institute For Particle And Nuclear Physics Accepted Poster
IAGA 5026 N Terada 1 MHD simulations of the cold ion escape from the ionospheres of Venus and Mars N Terada 1
T Tanaka 2
H Shinagawa 3
1. Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Kyushu University
3. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2768 E Thebault 1 The pros and cons of along-track satellite analysis in planetary magnetism E Thebault 1
F Vervelidou
V Lesur
M Hamoudi
1. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris
2. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris
3. GeoForschungsZentrum, Potsdam
4. GeoForschungsZentrum, Potsdam
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5059 E Thebault 1 A parade of archeomagnetic field models: from global to local scales E Thebault 1
Y Gallet 1
M Le Goff 1
A. Genevey 2
1. Institut De Physique Du Globe De Paris, UMR7154
2. Ctr Rech et Restaurat Musees France, UMR 171
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4774 S Thiel 1 Electrical structure of South Australian lithosphere: examples from 3D inversion results using cloud computing S Thiel 1
G Heinson 1
C Mudge 1
1. University Of Adelaide Accepted Oral
IAGA 3645 A Thomson 1 Extremes in Worldwide Geomagnetic Activity A Thomson 1
S Reay 1
E Dawson 1
C Beggan 1
V Edwards 2
1. British Geological Survey
2. University of Edinburgh
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5779 A Thomson 1 The Safeguarding, Availability and Extraction of Data from Historical UK Magnetic Observatory Analogue Records E Clarke 1
T Humphries 1
R McIntosh 1
F MacTaggart 1
A Thomson 1
1. British Geological Survey Accepted Oral
IAGA 5141 J Till 1 Magnetic Fabrics from Plastically Deformed Magnetite in High-Temperature Shear Experiments and Implications for Magnetite Rheology J Till 1
M Jackson 1
B Moskowitz 1
1. University of Minnesota Accepted Poster
IAGA 3136 A Title 1 Observing with the Solar Dynamics Observatory A Title 1 1. Stanford/lockheed Institute For Space Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 2540 D Tiu 1 Evidence for reformation of the uranian bow shock D Tiu 1
I Cairns 1
1. University of Sydney Accepted Oral
IAGA 5685 A Tjulin 1 EISCAT_3D: A European Three-Dimensional Imaging Radar for Atmospheric and Geospace Research A Tjulin 1
  EISCAT_3D Project Team 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
1. EISCAT Scientific Association
2. Swedish Research Council, Stockholm, Sweden
3. University of Oulu, Finland
4. University of Tromsø, Norway
5. Technical University of Luleå, Sweden
6. Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Kiruna, Sweden
7. STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton,UK
8. National Instruments, Belgium
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2983 F Toffoletto 1 Results from coupling the Rice Convection Model to Global MHD F Toffoletto 1
S Sazykin 1
A Pembroke 1
J Lyon 2
S Merkin 3
P Schmitt 4
M Wiltberger 4
1. Rice University
2. Dartmouth College
3. Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Labs.
4. National Center for Atmospheric Research/HAO
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5238 H Toh 1 Digitization of Old Analogue Geomagnetic Data and Their Metadata Collection H Toh 1
T Iyemori 1
M Takeda 1
M Nose 1
Y Odagi 1
1. Graduate School Of Science, Kyoto University Accepted Oral
IAGA 3590 E Tohver 1 First Magnetostratigraphic Results for the Frasnian-Fammenian Mass Extinction (late Devonian), Canning Basin, Western Australia J Hansma 1
E Tohver 1
M Yan 2
K Trijnastic 3
T Playton 4
P Haines 5
R Hocking 5
1. University Of Western Australia
2. Beijing Academy of Science
3. Curtin University
4. Chevron
5. Geological Survey of Western Australia
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3591 E Tohver 1 Preliminary Results from the Karoo Igneous Province, Evidence for 180 Degree Rotation of the Falkland Islands E Tohver 1
L Lanci 2
C Riccomini 3
1. University Of Western Australia
2. Universita di Urbino, Italy
3. Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Accepted Poster
IAGA 682 J Torta 1 Geomagnetically Induced Currents in a Power Grid of Northeastern Spain from EBR observatory records J Torta 1
L Serrano 1
J.J Curto 1
J.R Regue 2
1. Observatori De L'ebre. Csic - Url
2. La Salle, URL
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5069 O Troshichev 1 Space Weather monitoring by means of the ground-based PC index O Troshichev 1
A Janzhura
1. Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute
2. Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute
Accepted Oral
IAGA 783 J Trotignon 1 Mutual Impedance Probes as Diagnostic Tools for Space Plasmas J Trotignon 1 1. Laboratoire De Physique Et Chimie De L'environnement Et De L'espace, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique Accepted Poster
IAGA 5477 T Tsuda 1 Sporadic Sodium Layer Observed at Tromsoe, Norway (69.6N, 19.2E) T Tsuda 1
S Nozawa 1
T Kawahara 2
T Kawabata 1
S Wada 3
Y Ogawa 4
S Suzuki 1
R Fujii 1
T Ogawa 5
N Matuura 1
1. STEL, Nagoya Univ.
2. Shinshu Univ.
3. RIKEN
4. NIPR
5. NICT
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5966 G Turner 1 A Globe and a Piece of String: pioneers of palaeogeographic reconstruction G Turner 1 1. Victoria University Of Wellington Accepted Oral
IAGA 1965 G Turner 1 Palaeomagnetic constraints on Cenozoic deformation within a NW part of the Pacific-Australia plate boundary zone in New Zealand G Turner 1
T Little 1
D Michalk 1
1. Victoria University Of Wellington Accepted Poster
IAGA 796 T Umeda 1 Vlasov Simulation on the Interaction between the Solar Wind and a Dielectric Body T Umeda 1
Y Ito 1
1. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University Accepted Oral
IAGA 3209 J Urrutia-Fucugauchi 1 Late Albian Reverse Polarity Chron Within the Cretaceous Normal Superchron: K-Ar Dating and Magnetostratigraphic Study of Cretaceous and Oligocene Igneous Rocks From Mixteca Terrane, Southern Mexico J Urrutia-Fucugauchi 1
S Galina-Hidalgo 2
L Perez-Cruz 1
M Ruiz-Castellanos 1
D Terrell 2
1. Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico
2. Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1577 M Usanova 1 THEMIS observations of EMIC Pc1 waves in the inner magnetosphere: a Statistical study M Usanova 1
I Mann 1
L Shao 1
V Angelopoulos 2
J Bortnik 2
1. University of Alberta, Canada
2. University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1844 C Valladares 1 Observations of Ionospheric Processes in Both Hemispheres C Valladares 1 1. Boston College Accepted Oral
IAGA 2256 H Vanhamaki 1 Can We Directly Integrate the Geomagnetically Induced Electric Field on the Earth's Surface From the Time Derivative of BZ? H Vanhamaki 1
A Viljanen 1
1. Finnish Meteorological Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 2261 H Vanhamaki 1 Inductive Ionospheric Solver for Magnetospheric MHD Simulations H Vanhamaki 1
I Honkonen 1
M Palmroth 1
1. Finnish Meteorological Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 1357 K Veeraswamy 1 A Major Asymmetry in the Gravity Field Over India: Cratons, Mobile Belts and Uplifts K Veeraswamy 1
U Raval 2
1. National Geophysical Research Institute
2. Suryanagar, Uppal, Hyderabad
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1358 K Veeraswamy 1 Geoelectric Structure in NW Himalayas Inferred From Magnetotelluric Data K Veeraswamy 1
K.K Abdul Azeez 1
T Harinarayana 1
1. National Geophysical Research Institute Accepted Oral
IAGA 2042 T Veikkolainen 1 Testing the GAD model of the Precambrian geomagnetic field T Veikkolainen 1
L Pesonen 1
K Korhonen 2
D Evans 3
1. Laboratory Of Solid Earth Geophysics, PO Box 64, Fi-00014 University Of Helsinki, Finland
2. Geological Survey of Finland, PO Box 96, FI-02151 Espoo, Finland
3. Department of Geology & Geophysics, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3620 M Vellante 1 A Case Study of Upstream Wave Transmission to the Ground at Very High and Low Latitude M De Lauretis 1
P Francia 1
M Regi 1
U Villante 1
V Pilipenko 2
M Vellante 1
1. Dipartimento di Fisica - Università Dell'Aquila, L'Aquila
2. Institute of the Physics of the Earth, Moscow
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3650 M Vellante 1 Annual Variation of the Plasmasphere Mass Density at L = 1.6-1.8 as Deduced from Geomagnetic Field Line Resonance Measurements M Vellante 1
M Foerster 2
U Villante 1
T.L Zhang 3
W Magnes 3
1. Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' dell'Aquila
2. GeoForschungsZentrum
3. Institut fuer Weltraumforschung
Accepted Poster
IAGA 3995 S Vennerstrom 1 Real-time Monitoring of Geomagnetic Activity and the Auroral Oval Latitude based on Satellite Magnetic Observations S Vennerstrom 1
T Asikainen 2
K Mursula 2
A Karinen 2
1. National Space Institute, Technical University Of Denmark
2. University of Oulu, Dept. of Physics
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1237 G Vichare 1 Height Profile Of Low Latitude Ionospheric Current System Using Numerical Simulations G Vichare 1
A.J Ridley 2
A.D Richmond 3
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism
2. Dept. of AOSS, University of Michigan
3. High Altitude Observatory, NCAR
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1238 G Vichare 1 Simulation Study Of The Storm Time Changes In The Low Latitude Ionosphere G Vichare 1
A.J Ridley 2
A.D Richmond 3
1. Indian Institute Of Geomagnetism
2. Dept. of AOSS, University of Michigan
3. High Altitude Observatory, NCAR
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5287 R Vincent 1 Studies of Layers in the Lower Ionosphere R Vincent 1
S Kovalam 1
I Reid 1
A MacKinnon 1
1. University Of Adelaide Accepted Oral
IAGA 1338 G Vodinchar 1 The model of the geodynamo coordinated with the data about the density distribution G Vodinchar 1
O Sheremetyeva 1
L Feshchenko 1
1. Institute Of Cosmophysical Researches And Radio Wave Propagation Far Eastern Branch Of The Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 1339 G Vodinchar 1 The model of action of tidal waves O1 and M1 on geamagnetic field G Vodinchar 1
O Sheremetyeva 1
1. Institute Of Cosmophysical Researches And Radio Wave Propagation Far Eastern Branch Of The Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 3697 R Von Steiger 1, 2 Unusual Evolution Of Solar Wind Parameters Over The Past Solar Cycle R von Steiger 1, 2
T.H Zurbuchen 3
1. International Space Science Institute
2. Physikalisches Institut, University of Bern
3. Department of AOSS, University of Michigan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1620 B Vyas 1 Long Term Trends in the Ionospheric D- region HF Radiowaves  Absorption Measurements  over Indian Low latitude Udaipur B Vyas 1
V Saraswat 1
1. Department of Physics, M.L.Sukhadia University, Udaipur - 313 001 India Accepted Oral
IAGA 4013 R Walterscheid 1 Gravity Wave Heating and Cooling of the Thermosphere and its Relation to the Sensible Heat Flux R Walterscheid 1
M Hickey 2
M Schubert 1,2
1. The Aerospace Corporation
2. Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
3. University of California, Los Angeles
Accepted Oral
IAGA 938 W Wan 1 Simulation Investigation for WN4-DE3 Coupling W Wan 1
Z Ren 1
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 1871 H Wang 1 The effect of Subauroral Polarization Streams on thermosphere: a statistical study H Wang 1
H Luehr
K Haeusler
P Ritter
1. Dept. of Space Physics, School of Electronic Information, Wuhan University
2. Helmholtz Center Potsdam - GFZ, German Research Center for Geosciences
3. Helmholtz Center Potsdam - GFZ, German Research Center for Geosciences
4. Helmholtz Center Potsdam - GFZ, German Research Center for Geosciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2794 C Wang 1 Spatial Structures Of Plasma Sheet Ions And Electrons And Their Transport Processes: THEMIS And Geotail Observations And Comparisons With The Rice Convection Model C Wang 1
M Gkioulidou 1
L Lyons 1
V Angelopoulos 2
R Wolf 3
T Nagai 4
J Weygand 2
A Lui 5
1. Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, California
2. Department of Earth and Space Physics, University of California, Los Angeles, California
3. Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rice University, Houston, Texas
4. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
5. Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, Maryland
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4148 C Wang 1 Near-Earth Plasma Sheet Azimuthal Pressure Gradient and Associated Auroral Development Soon Before Substorm Onset X Xing 1
L Lyons 1
Y Nishimura 1,2
V Angelopoulos 3
E Donovan 4
E Spanswick 4
J Liang 4
D Larson 5
C Carlson 5
U Auster 6
1. Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1567, U.S.A
2. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Furocho, Chikusa, Nagaya 464-8601, Japan
3. IGPP/ESS UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1567, U.S.A
4. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
5. Space Sciences Laboratory, UCB, Berkeley, CA 94720-7450, U.S.A
6. Institut fur Geophysik und Extraterrestrische Physik der TUBM 3, 38106 Braunschweig, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5191 C Wang 1 Response of the Night-side Magnetospheric Magnetic Field to Interplanetary Shocks C Wang 1 1. Center For Space Science And Applied Research, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 5192 C Wang 1 Introduction to Chinese Meridian Observation Project C Wang 1 1. Center For Space Science And Applied Research, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAGA 2514 H Wang 1 Introducetion to RWC-China H Wang 1 1. National Astronomical  Observotories, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 3023 H Wang 1 The Effect of Cross Polar Cap Potential on the Equatorial Ion Upflow: A Statistical Study W Xiong 1
J.S Xu 2
H Wang 3
1. Wuhan University, Accepted Poster
IAGA 3316 J Wang 1 A test of the relationship between precipitation in different regions of China and solar cycle L Zhao 1
J.-S. Wang 2
1. National Center For Space Weather
2. National Center For Space Weather
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5866 W Ward 1 Airglow images and wind observed at Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory during the 2009 Major Arctic Stratospheric Warming W Ward 1
S Kristoffersen 1
A Manson 2
C Meek 2
M Shepherd 3
Y.M Cho 3
J Drummond 4
1. University Of New Brunswick,
2. University of Saskatchewan, Canada
3. York University, Canada
4. Dalhousie University, Canada
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5867 W Ward 1 Interpreting airglow and atomic oxygen variability in the mesopause region W Ward 1 1. University Of New Brunswick Accepted Oral
IAGA 5562 C Waters 1 Remote Sensing Plasma Mass Density in the Vicinity of the Plasmapause Using ULF Waves C Waters 1
M Sciffer 1
P Robinson 1
F Menk 1
I Mann 2
1. University Of Newcastle
2. University of Alberta
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1853 C Watt 1 Auroral Phenomena C Watt 1 1. University Of Alberta Accepted Oral
IAGA 4380 C Watt 1 Shear Alfvén Wave Acceleration in Auroral Regions C Watt 1
R Rankin 1
1. University Of Alberta Accepted Oral
IAGA 4389 C Watt 1 Whistler-mode Wave Growth and Propagation C Watt 1
R Rankin 1
A Degeling 1
1. University Of Alberta Accepted Poster
IAGA 4272 D Webb 1 What Can the Combined Imaging and In-situ Observations from STEREO, SOHO, Hinode, SDO and SMEI Tell us About the Characteristics of CMEs? D Webb 1 1. ISR, Boston College Accepted Oral
IAGA 4273 D Webb 1 Utilizing Heliospheric Imager to Improve Space Weather Forecasting T Howard 1
D Webb 2
1. Southwest Research Institute, Boulder
2. ISR, Boston College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3617 U Weckmann 1 On the Applicability of 3D Magnetotelluric Inversion to Real World Data Sets U Weckmann 1
K Tietze 1, 2
O Ritter 1
1. GFZ German Research Centre For Geosciences
2. Free University Berlin, Department of Earth Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5851 B Welsch 1 Photospheric Flows and Magnetic Fields, and Their Role in CME/Flare Initiation B Welsch 1 1. Space Sciences Laboratory, University Of California, Berkeley Accepted Oral
IAGA 1775 R Werner 1 Observation of a Stratospheric Secondary Ozone Maximum at European High Latitudes R Werner 1
K Stebel 2
G Hansen 3
U.P Hoppe 4
R Kivi 5
1. Space And Solar-Terrestrial Research Institute, Bulgarian Academy Of Sciences, B
2. Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), N-2027 Kjeller, Norway
3. Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), The Polar Environmental Centre, Polarmiljøsenteret, N-9296 Tromsø, Norway
4. Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), N-2027, Kjeller, Norway
5. Arctic Research Centre, Finnish Meteorological Institute, 99600 Sodankylä, Finland
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2779 K Whaler 1 Core surface flows with acceleration derived from magnetic satellite measurements during the decade for geopotential research K Whaler 1
C.D Beggan 2
1. School of GeoSciences, University Of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
2. British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2761 K Whaler 1 The axial dipole strength and flow in the outer core K Whaler 1
R Holme 2
C.A Lynch 1
1. School of GeoSciences, University Of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
2. School of School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2551 P Wilkinson 1 The Development of the Australian Space Forecast Centre P Wilkinson 1
J Kennewell 1, 2
1. IPS, Bureau of Meteorology
2. Australian Space Academy
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2555 P Wilkinson 1 Forecasting Solar Particle Events - Historical Notes O Giersch 1
J Kennewell 1,2,3
P Wilkinson 2
1. International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, Curtin University of Technology
2. IPS, Bureau of Meteorology
3. Australian Space Academy
Accepted Poster
IAGA 1799 M Wiltberger 1 Reporter Review: Global Dynamics of the Magnetosphere M Wiltberger 1 1. National Center For Atmospheric Research Accepted Oral
IAGA 2517 M Wiltberger 1 Coupled Magnetosphere Ionosphere Thermosphere simulations of the Whole Heliosphere Interval M Wiltberger 1
W Wang 1
S Solomon 1
S Elkington 2
J Lyon 3
1. National Center For Atmospheric Research
2. University of Colorado
3. Dartmouth College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2252 R Wimmer-Schweingruber 1 Solar Probe Plus and Solar Orbiter, the next Heliospheric missions R Wimmer-Schweingruber 1 1. Inst. f. Exp. & Appl. Physics, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel Accepted Oral
IAGA 2976 S Wing 1 Dayside field-aligned current source regions S Wing 1
S Ohtani 1
J Johnson 2
P Newell 1
T Higuchi 3
G Ueno 3
J Weygand 4
R Wilson 5
M Echim 6
1. The Johns Hopkins University
2. Princeton University
3. Institute of Statistical Mathematics
4. UCLA
5. Air Force Research Lab
6. Institut d'Aeronomie Spatiale de Belgique
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5005 S Wing 1 Causal dependence of substorms: Internal vs external triggers J Johnson 1
S Wing 2
1. Princeton University
2. The Johns Hopkins University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2977 S Wing 1 Dayside field-aligned current source regions S Wing 1
S Ohtani 1
J Johnson 2
P Newell 1
T Higuchi 3
G Ueno 3
J Weygand 4
R Wilson 5
M Echim 6
1. The Johns Hopkins University
2. Princeton University
3. Institute of Statistical Mathematics
4. UCLA
5. Air Force Research Lab
6. Institut d'Aeronomie Spatiale de Belgique
Accepted Poster
IAGA 5022 R Wolf 1 Modeling Dynamic Effects of Changes in Plasma Sheet Entropy in Substorms R Wolf 1
C Chen 2
J Yang 1
B Hu 1
F Toffoletto 1
S Sazykin 1
1. Rice University
2. University of Science and Technology of China
Accepted Oral
IAGA 690 T Woods 1 New Solar EUV Irradiance Results from SDO EVE T Woods 1
  EVE Team 1
1. Lasp / University Of Colorado Accepted Oral
IAGA 1480 R Xiaomin 1 Magnetic anomaly analysis of Yinshan orogen and northern Ordos basin regions and its tectonic implications X Ruan 1
J Teng 1
Y Yan 1
Y An 2
J Yao 3
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. China University of Geosciences
3. China Railway Resources Group Comapany
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2609 Y Yamamoto 1 Preliminary application of the microwave LTD-DHT Shaw method to ca. 4-6 ma icelandic samples Y Yamamoto 1
M Hill 2
1. Kochi University
2. University of Liverpool
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5762 M Yamamoto 1 Study of equatorial Spread-F with GNU Radio Beacon Receiver (GRBR) network over Asia, Pacific and Africa M Yamamoto 1
T Tsugawa 2
T Nagatsuma 2
Y Otsuka 3
R Tsunoda 4
S Kaloka 5
L Thanh 6
H Chau 6
P Supnithi 7
P Baki 8
1. RISH, Kyoto University
2. National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
3. STEL, Nagoya University
4. SRI International
5. National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)
6. Hanoi Institute of Geophysics
7. King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang
8. Kenya Polytechnic University College
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4750 Y Yamaya 1 Resistivity imaging by Magnetotelluric method in Ishikari-teichi-toen fault zone Y Yamaya 1
T Mogi 1
H Hase 2
R Honda 3
T Hashimoto 1
A Suzuki 1
1. Institute Of Seismology And Volcanology, Hokkaido University
2. Earthquake Research Institute,The University of Tokyo
3. Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4852 Y Yamazaki 1 Dependence of the equatorial electrojet strength on the shape of Sq current system Y Yamazaki 1
K Yumoto 1,2
D McNamara 3
T Uozumi 2
R Marshall 4
B.J Fraser 5
1. Department of Earth and Planetary  Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan
2. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University, Japan
3. Manila Observatory, Manila, Philippines
4. Ionospheric Prediction Service (IPS), Radio and Space Services, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
5. Centre for Space Physics, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, New South Wales, Australia
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4735 Y Yan 1 Solar Radio Imaging Spectrocopy in dm Wave Range ---  Construction of Chinese Spectral Radioheliograph Y Yan 1
J Zhang 2
Z Chen 1
W Wang 1
F Liu 1
L Geng 1
1. Key Laboratory of Solar Activity, National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Department of Astronomy, Peking University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4863 Z Yang 1 Fast Two-stage Eruptions of Emeishan Continental Flood Basalts: Geochemical and Magnetostratigraphic Constraints Z Yang 1
L Zheng 1
Y Tong 2
W Yuan 1
1. Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
2. Institute of Geomechanics, CAGS, Beijing, China
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1010 Y Yang 1 Different response of dayside auroras to increases in solar wind dynamic pressure Y Yang 1
J.Y Lu 1
J .S Wang 1
Z Peng 2
Q Qing 3
1. National Center for Space Weather, China Meteorology Administration
2. Center for Space and Applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3. Nanjing University of information and technology
Accepted Poster
IAGA 2815 A Yau 1 On the Role of Quiet-Time Thermal Oxygen (O+) Ions in Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Coupling at Magnetic Storm Onset A Yau 1
A Howarth 1
Wi Peterson 2
T Abe 3
1. University Of Calgary
2. University of Colorado
3. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency/Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5703 J Yee 1 Detection of Long-Term Temperature Changes in the Stratosphere and Mesosphere by multiple satellite missions J Yee 1
W Swartz 1
M Mlynczak 2
J Russel 3
1. Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory
2. NASA Langley Research Center
3. Hampton University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1138 Y Yermolaev 1 Influence of Interplanetary Drivers on Geomagnetic Storms: Space Weather Aspects Y Yermolaev 1
I Lodkina 1
N Nikolaeva 1
M Yermolaev 1
1. Space Research Institute, Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 2691 Y Yermolaev 1 The main phase evolution for magnetic storms driven by different solar wind streams N Nikolaeva 1
Y Yermolaev 1
I Lodkina 1
1. Space Research Institute, Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAGA 5992 E Yigit 1 Modeling Vertical Coupling of the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System by Gravity Waves E Yigit 1
A.S Medvedev 2
1. University of Michigan
2. Max Planck Institute For Solar System Research
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1535 E Yizengaw 1 Comparing equatorial vertical density structures and ExB vertical drift velocities at three different Longitudes E Yizengaw 1
E Zesta 2
M Moldwin 3
A Mebrahtu 4
C Mebane 5
B Damtie 6
K Yumoto 7
1. Institute for Scientific Research, Boston College
2. Air Force Research Laboratory, AFRL/RVBXP
3. Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, University of Michigan
4. Department of Physics, Mekelle University
5. Department of Physics, University of Yaoundé I
6. Washera Geospace and Radar Science Laboratory, Bahir Dar University
7. Space Environment Research Center, Kyushu University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 82 I Yoshikawa 1 The Plasmasphere seen from the moon and the ionosphere I Yoshikawa 1
G Murakami 1
K Yoshioka 1
K Sakai 1
T Homma 1
1. The University Of Tokyo Accepted Oral
IAGA 2411 T Yoshino 1 Origin of high conductivity in the lower crust T Yoshino 1
A Shimojuku 1
X Guo 1
F Noritake 2
D Yamazaki 1
1. Institute For Study Of The Earth's Interior, Okayama University
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Tokyo Inst. Tech.
Accepted Oral
IAGA 5268 R Yoshimura 1 Imaging Heterogeneous Electrical Resistivity Structures Around the 2007 Noto Hanto Earthquake R Yoshimura 1
N Oshiman 1
H Ichihara 2
M Uyeshima 3
1. Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
2. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
3. Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
Accepted Poster
IAGA 4819 K Yumoto 1 MAGDAS Project at SERC for Space Weather during IHY/ISWI (2007-2012) K Yumoto 1
Y Yamazaki 2
1. Space Environment Resaerch Center, Kyushu University
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4820 K Yumoto 1 Main Source of Pi 2 Magnetic Pulsations based on Network Magnetometer Data K Yumoto 1
T Uozumi 1
T Tokunaga 2
M Sakai 2
S Imajo 2
N Eto 2
K Koga 3
T Obara 3
A Ikeda 1
A Abe 1
1. Space Environment Resaerch Center, Kyushu University
2. Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University
3. Space Environment Group, JAXA
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3814 A Zadorozhny 1 Numerical Simulation of the Earth's Ozone Layer Evolution in the 21st Century A Zadorozhny 1
I Dyominov 1
1. Novosibirsk State University Accepted Poster
IAGA 4215 S Zaharia 1 Effect of Plasma Sheet Conditions and Induced Electric Fields on Inner Magnetosphere Dynamics S Zaharia 1
V Jordanova 1
D Welling 1
1. Los Alamos National Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 2745 M Zecha 1 Investigations of small-scale variations in the mesosphere using radar interferometry methods M Zecha 1
P Hoffmann 1
M Rapp 1
J.S Chen 2
1. Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the Rostock University, Kühlungsborn, Germany
2. Department of Computer and Communication Engineering, Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2953 L Zelenyi 1 Quasi-adiabaticity of particle dynamics and formation of large scale structure of electrostatic fields and transverse currents in the Earth magentotail L Zelenyi 1
A Artemyev 1
H Malova 2
A Petrukovich 1
1. Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
2. Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1981 D Zhang 1 Modeling the Effects of Ionospheric Scintillation Based on GPS Cycle Slip Occurrence D Zhang 1
Y Hao
Z Xiao
1. Department Of Geophysics, Peking University
2. Department Of Geophysics, Peking University
3. Department Of Geophysics, Peking University
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2030 K Zhang 1 Planetary libration and its implication for planetary dynamos K Zhang 1
K Chan
X Liao
1. University Of Exeter
2. University of Hong Kong
3. Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAGA 2204 Y Zhang 1 Ring Current Aurora Y Zhang 1
L Paxton 1
1. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAGA 3388 C Zhang 1 The Assessment of Heavy Metal Pollution of a Fe-smelting Plant in Urban River Sediments Using Environmental Magnetic and Chemical Methods C Zhang 1
Q Qiao 1
B Huang 1
1. Institute Of Geology And Geophysics, Chinese Academy Of Science Accepted Oral
IAGA 3172 Y Zheng 1 Coupling between the plasma sheet, ring current and ionosphere: results from combining ring current modelling and observations Y Zheng 1
S Zaharia 2
A.T.Y Lui 3
M.C Fok 1
1. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
2. Los Alamos National Laboratory
3. JHU/APL
Accepted Oral
IAGA 3972 Y Zheng 1 Quantitative Assessment of the Recent Space Weather Events Using a Suite of Models and Observations Y Zheng 1
M Hesse 1
A Pulkkinen 2
A Taktakishvili 3
M Kuznetsova 1
L Rastaetter 1
Q Zheng 4
M.C Fok 1
P Macneice 1
1. Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center
2. CUA/IACS at NASA/GSFC
3. UMBC/GEST at NASA/GSFC
4. UMCP at NASA/GSFC
Accepted Oral
IAGA 1594 L Ziegler 1 Maximum likelihood modeling of paleomagnetic axial dipole moment: insights and applications L Ziegler 1
Cathy Constable 1
1. IGPP, Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Accepted Oral
IAGA 2318 E Zita 1 Sensitivity of a Babcock-Leighton Flux-transport Dynamo Model to Magnetic Diffusivity Profiles E Zita 1 1. Evergreen St. College Accepted Oral
IAGA 2317 E Zita 1 Magnetic advection due to diffusivity gradients E Zita 1 1. Evergreen St. College Accepted Poster
IAGA 2900 S Zou 1,2 Pre-onset time sequence of auroral substorms T Nishimura 1,2
L Lyons 1
V Angelopoulos 3
S Zou 4
S Mende 5
1. Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles
2. Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
3. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA
4. Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, University of Michigan
5. Space Science Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley
Accepted Oral
IAGA 4164 S Zou 1 Dynamics of the Ionospheric Mid-latitude and High-latitude Troughs during Substorms and Their Relationship with Field-aligned Currents and Convection Flows S Zou 1
M Moldwin 1
L Lyons 2
M Nicolls 3
A Coster 4
1. University Of Michigan
2. University of California, Los Angeles
3. SRI International
4. MIT Haystack Observatory
Accepted Oral
IAHS 885 H Abdul 1 Flood management through community participation: a step towards the efficient use of water: An Evidence From Hill Torrent Area Of Pakistan H Abdul 1 1. National Engineering Services Pakistan (Nespak) Accepted Oral
IAHS 212 S Abelen 1 Analysis of Regional Variations in Soil Moisture By Means of Remote Sensing, Satellite Gravimetry and Hydrological Modelling S Abelen 1
F Seitz 1
A Güntner 2
M Schmidt 3
1. Technische Universität München (TUM)
2. German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ)
3. Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI)
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2784 M Adams 1 Lessons Learned from paired, whole-watershed manipulations of deposition chemistry at Bear Brook Watershed in Maine and the Fernow Experimental Forest, West Virginia, USA M Adams 1
I Fernandez 2
L Rustad 1
D Neary 1
D Hayes 1
J Vose 1
1. USDA Forest Service
2. University of Maine
Accepted Poster
IAHS 473 O Adeaga 1 Drought risks and impact on Water resources in Part of Northern Nigeria O Adeaga 1 1. University Of Lagos, Nigeria Accepted Oral
IAHS 723 O Adeaga 1 Hydro-geomorphological analysis of Yewa Drainage Basin O Adeaga 1 1. University Of Lagos Accepted Oral
IAHS 130 A Adeloye 1 Kohonen Self-Organizing Map as Software Sensor Estimator of the Reference Crop Evapotranspiration A Adeloye 1
R Rustum 2
1. Heriot-Watt University
2. University of Dammam,
Accepted Oral
IAHS 446 A Adeloye 1 Reducing the uncertainty associated with water resources planning in a developing country basin with limited runoff data through AI rainfall-runoff modelling A Adeloye 1 1. Heriot-Watt University Accepted Poster
IAHS 1879 A Adelusi 1 Mapping Groundwater Contamination Using DC Resistivity and Very Low Frequency Electromagnetic Methods in Parts of Akure Metropolis Ondo State Southwestern Nigeria. A Adelusi 1
J Kayode 2
S.S Adebayo 1
1. Federal University Of Technology,  Akure, Nigeria.
2. Department of Physics, Covenant University, Canaan Land, Ota, Nigeria
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1690 P Aher 1 Watershed Management Information System – A Conceptual Framework P Aher 1
J Adinarayana 1
S.D Gorantiwar 2
1. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India, 400076
2. Mahatma Phule Agricultural University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 214 Z Ahmad 1 Use of Twin Grace Satellite Gravity Data and Geoid signals in the characterization of major underlying aquifer regimes and tectonic structure of the middle Indus Basin, Pakistan Z Ahmad 1 1. Quaid-I-Azam University Accepted Poster
IAHS 309 H Ajami 1 Toward Improved Estimations of Groundwater Recharge and Evapotranspiration Using Coupled vs. Integrated Hydrologic Models H Ajami 1
M McCabe 1
J Evans 1
S Stisen 2
1. University Of New South Wales
2. Geological Survey of Denmark
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1726 H Aksoy 1 Artificial Neural Network Models Combined with Simple Statistical Hydrology Tools H Aksoy 1
A Dahamsheh 2
1. Istanbul Technical University
2. Al-Hussein Bin Talal University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1164 R Alagappan 1 Understanding the Sub Glacial drainage system  of the Gangotri Glaciers in Himalayas R Alagappan 1
J P.G
S Virbhadur singh
A Linda
S Parmand
1. School Of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi Accepted Oral
IAHS 5289 N Alam 1 We Develop our Understanding of Indus Basin by Calibrating the Predevelopment Situation. We show that by doing this, we will end up with a more Reliable Model than otherwise possible N Alam 1
T Olsthoorn 1
1. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Accepted Oral
IAHS 5926 N Alam 1 Quantification of Fresh Groundwater using Time-Domain Electromagnetic and Evaluation the Performance of Skimming Wells to Control Upconing in the Indus basin, Pakistan N Alam 1
T Olsthoorn 1
1. Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands Accepted Oral
IAHS 294 M Alazard 1, 2 Estimation of groundwater fluxes by using both hydrodynamic and geochemical approaches in a heterogeneous Mediterranean system. M Alazard 1, 2
C Leduc 1
Y Travi 3
R Béji 4
1. Institut De Recherche Pour Le Développement, Montpellier, France
2. Université des Sciences et Techniques du Languedoc, Montpellier, France
3. Université d'Avignon et des pays de Vaucluse, Avignon, France
4. Ministry of Agriculture and Hydraulic Resources, Tunis, Tunisia
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3145 R Al-Dabbagh 1 Contribution of Dams in United Arab Emirates to the  Recharge of Surface Aquifers R Al-Dabbagh 1 1. Ajman University of Science & Technology Accepted Oral
IAHS 1232 D Alexander 1 Unexpectedly high theoretical estimates of basal melting from a high precipitation temperate glacier D Alexander 1
J Shulmeister 1
T Davies 2
1. University of Queensland
2. University of Canterbury
Accepted Oral
IAHS 369 C Almeida 1 DETAILED ANALYSIS OF RAINFALL EVENTS IN A REPRESENTATIVE COASTAL WATERSHED FROM BRAZILIAN NORTHEAST C Almeida 1
L Barbosa 1
A Passerat de Silans 1
1. UFPB
2. UFPB
3. UFPB
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4812 A Almeida 1, 4 Use of hillslope and catchment scale modelling to predict water use and water-use efficiency by forest and pasture A Almeida 1, 4
A Siggins 2, 4
P Smethurst 1, 4
J Carter 3, 4
1. CSIRO - Ecosystem Sciences
2. CSIRO - Land and Water
3. CSIRO - Ecosystem Sciences
4. CRC Forestry
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1785 S Anderson 1 New Questions Regarding Physics Role in Learning Hydrology Concepts: Conceptual Mobility and Entrenchment Revealed by the Geoscience Concept Inventory S Anderson 1 1. University Of Northern Colorado Accepted Oral
IAHS 4462 B Anderson 1 Diurnal to Decadal Ice Velocity Variations on Franz Josef Glacier (Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere), South Westland, New Zealand. B Anderson 1
B Goodsell 1
I Owens 2
I Willis 3
W Lawson 2
A Mackintosh 1
1. Victoria University Of Wellington
2. University of Canterbury
3. Cambridge University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5556 V Andréassian 1 Revisting past paired catchment experiments V Andréassian 1
C Perrin 1
1. Cemagref Accepted Oral
IAHS 363 P Antunes 1 Volcanic lakes: strategically water reservoirs? P Antunes 1 1. University Of The Azores Accepted Oral
IAHS 6100 P Antunes 1 Azores volcanic lakes: factors affecting water quality P Antunes 1
FC Rodrigues 1
1. Centro De Investigação E Tecnologias Agrárias Dos Açores (CITA-A) Accepted Oral
IAHS 3946 B Arheimer 1 Management impact assessment of coastal ecosystems by linking hydrological and oceanographical models B Arheimer 1
G Lindström 1
J Nilsson 1
J Sahlberg 1
1. Swedish Meteorological And Hydrological Institute (Smhi) Accepted Oral
IAHS 5955 B Arheimer  Multi-variable evaluation of an integrated model system covering Sweden (S-HYPE) B Arheimer
J Dahné
G Lindström
L Marklund
J Strömqvist
1. Swedish Meteorological And Hydrological Institute (Smhi) Accepted Oral
IAHS 5957 P Arlai 1 Numerical Estimation of the future sustainable Groundwater Yield in the Kok River Basin, Northern Thailand I Phatcharasak  Arlai 1 1. Nakhon Pathon Rajabhat University Accepted Oral
IAHS 862 A Armienta 1 Groundwater quality and urban development: the southern part of Mexico City A Armienta 1
R Rodriguez 1
O Cruz 1
A Aguayo 1
N Ceniceros 1
A Perez-Flores 2
1. Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico, Instituto de Geofisica
2. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Facultad de Quimica
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5540 K Arnbjerg-Nielsen 1, 2 Climate Change Impacts on Flood risk in Urban Areas due to Combined Effects of Extreme Precipitation and Sea Surges A Pedersen 1, 2
P.S Mikkelsen 1
K Arnbjerg-Nielsen 1
1. Technical University Of Denmark
2. Ramboll Ltd
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1457 S Arnold 1 An Ecohydrological Approach to Understand Feedbacks between Climate, Soil and Plant Physiology of Brigalow Plant Communities. S Arnold 1
C Thornton 2
T Baumgartl 3
1. The University Of Queensland, Centre For Mined Land Rehabilitation
2. Department of Environment and Resource Management, Queensland
3. The University Of Queensland, Centre For Mined Land Rehabilitation
Accepted Oral
IAHS 414 Y Asaoka 1 The variation of acidity and ion concentration of snowmelt water in light and heavy snow year Y Asaoka 1
Y Takeuchi 2
S Kazama 1
1. Tohoku University
2. Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4252 A Askew 1 Education in the Hydrological Sciences – the International Dimension A Askew 1 1. International Association Of Hydrological Sciences Accepted Oral
IAHS 1745 F Baladron 1 'Monitoring, Remote Sensing and Numerical Modeling in analysis of wetland hydrodynamics. Study Case Cienagas del Name' F Baladron 1
A de la Fuente 2
Y Nino 3
X Vargas 4
M Contreras 5
1. Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics - University of Chile
2. Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics - University of Chile
3. Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics - University of Chile
4. Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics - University of Chile
5. Centre for Applied Ecology
Accepted Poster
IAHS 176 Z Bao 1,2 Pan Evaporation trend for the Haihe River Basin and its Response to Climate Change Z Bao 1,2
J Zhang 1,2
G Wang 1,2
G Fu 3
C Liu 1,2
1. Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute
2. Research Center for Climate Change, MWR
3. Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3555 A Bardossy 1 The use of unusual hydrological events for hydrological modelling A Bardossy 1 1. University Stuttgart Accepted Oral
IAHS 171 E Bardsley 1 A Global Network of Area-Integrated Water Budget Monitoring for Climate Change Detection E Bardsley 1 1. University Of Waikato Accepted Oral
IAHS 2221 E Bardsley 1 The Hydrology Education Resource: a Snapshot in Time E Bardsley 1
M Yueh 1
1. University Of Waikato Accepted Oral
IAHS 227 Z Bargaoui 1 Calibration of evapotranspiration model using runoff records and regional evapotranspiration Z Bargaoui 1
A Houcine 1
1. Enit Accepted Oral
IAHS 5901 Z Bargaoui 1 The effect of choice of calibration Criteria on Hydrological Model Performance H Dakhlaoui 1
Z Bargaoui 1
1. Laboratoire Modelisation en Hydraulique et Environnement, Tunis Accepted Oral
IAHS 5538 C Barnes 1 The Application of Lumped Catchment Models to Paired Tropical Forest Basins in Northeast Queensland: The Limits of Data C Barnes 1
M Bonell 2
1. Australian Institute Of Sport Accepted Oral
IAHS 4156 J Barriot 1 Morphology of Tahitian rivers and the formation of amphitheater valleys. F Ye 1
J.P BARRIOT 1
LYDIE SICHOIX 1
1. University Of French Polynesia Accepted Oral
IAHS 5429 J Barriot 1 Watershed Study of the Punaruu River Basin in Tahiti (French Polynesia) T Riviere 1
J.P Barriot 1
L Sichoix 1
C Tetavahi 2
R Haverkamp 1
M Aureau 1
1. University Of French Polynesia
2. GEGDP, Ministre de l'Equipement de la PF
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5439 J Barriot 1 Methodology for Calculating Equivalent Field Scale Soil Hydraulic System Parameters Taking Into Account Hysterisis M Aureau 1
J.P Barriot 1
L Sichoix 1
C Tetavahi 2
R Haverkamp 1
1. University Of French Polynesia
2. GEGDP, Ministre de l'Equipement de la PF
Accepted Poster
IAHS 451 V Belyaev 1 Geochemical properties of floodplain sediments of rivers of the European Russia as indicators for particle-bound pollutant transport in fluvial systems V Belyaev 1
M.V Markelov 1
V.N Golosov 1
E.N Aseeva 1
M.M Petrik 1
1. Lomonosov Moscow State University Accepted Oral
IAHS 2282 V Belyaev 1 Recent deposition rates and heavy metal concentrations of the Plava River floodplain sediments V Belyaev 1
M Markelov 1
N Ivanova 1
V Golosov 1
1. Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University Accepted Oral
IAHS 4744 R Benyon 1 The Effect of Understorey Renoval on Streamflow from a Eucalyptus regnans Forest R Benyon 1
P Lane 1
S Haydon 2
1. The University of Melbourne
2. Melbourne Water
Accepted Oral
IAHS 163 P Berry 1 Altimeter derived Soil Moisture Determination – Validation and Global Analysis P Berry 1
J.O Carter 2
1. Eaprs Lab, De Montfort University
2. Queensland Climate Change Centre of Excellence, Environmental Protection Agency
Accepted Oral
IAHS 164 P Berry 1 Global inland water monitoring from satellite radar altimetry – a glimpse into the future P Berry 1
M.K Salloway 1
R.G Smith 1
J Benveniste 2
1. Eaprs Lab, De Montfort University
2. ESA ESRIN, Via Galileo Galilei, Frascati, Roma I-00044, Italy
Accepted Oral
IAHS 261 J Bertoni 1 Some new risks in operational water management associated with changing climate systems: reflections and case analysis J Bertoni 1 1. Cordoba National University Accepted Oral
IAHS 475 J Bertoni 1 Automatic Calibration of a Conceptual Rainfall-Runoff Model using simultaneously several Hydrological Events F Alonso 1
J Bertoni 1
1. Cordoba National University Accepted Poster
IAHS 121 A Bhatti 1 Coupling Remotely Sensed Data and Optical Modeling for Suspended Sediment Monitoring A Bhatti 1
S Nasu
M Takagi
1. Kochi University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAHS 5503 K Bieger 1 Discharge, Sediment, and Phosphorus Modeling in a Poorly Gauged Watershed in Central China K Bieger 1
G Harmann 1
N Fohrer 1
1. Department Of Hydrology And Water Resources Management, Institute Of The Conservation Of Natural Resources, University Of Kiel Accepted Oral
IAHS 5504 K Bieger 1 Teaching Hydrological Modelling as a Subsidiary Subject G Hörmann 1
K Bieger 1
N Fohrer 1
1. Department Of Hydrology And Water Resources Management, Institute Of The Conservation Of Natural Resources, University Of Kiel Accepted Poster
IAHS 5505 K Bieger 1 Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modelling on Three Scales for Assessing Macroinvertebrate Habitat Conditions J Kiesel 1
B Schmalz 1
D Hering 2
N Fohrer 1
K Bieger 1
1. Department Of Hydrology And Water Resources Management, Institute Of The Conservation Of Natural Resources, University Of Kiel
2. Institute of Biology, Applied Zoology/Hydrobiology, University of Duisburg-Essen
Accepted Poster
IAHS 279 E Blyth 1 Developing a feedbacks toolkit for Regional water resource assessments E Blyth 1
C Jacobs 2
1. CEH
2. WUR Alterra
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4091 E Boegh 1 Combining Hydrograph Analysis and Distributed Temperature Sensing to assess Climate and Groundwater Impacts on Stream Habitat Conditions E Boegh 1
M Blemmer 1
J Conallin 2
E Holmes 1
M Karthikeyan 1
M Olsen 3
P Thorn 1
1. Roskilde University
2. Murray CMA
3. Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
Accepted Oral
IAHS 834 H Bokuniewicz 1 Submarine groundwater discharge at oceanic islands: the coastal ecosystems and beyond H Bokuniewicz 1 1. Stony Brook University Accepted Oral
IAHS 158 M Booij 1 Trends in precipitation extremes and detrended fluctuation analysis of streamflow in Zhejiang, East China M Booij 1
Y Tian 1,2
Y Xu 2
Q Zhang 2
S Lin 2
1. University of Twente
2. Zhejiang University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 123 M Booij 1 Risks in hydrological modelling due to uncertainties in discharge determination M Booij 1
S Van den Tillaart 1,2
M Krol 1
1. University of Twente
2. Water Board Rijn and IJssel
Accepted Poster
IAHS 99 M Boukhelifa 1 Prévention du risque pluvial par l'élaboration des courbes intensité- durée-fréquence (IDF) : Application à la ville de Tipasa dans le  Nord Ouest Algérien M Boukhelifa 1
B Touaibia 1
P Hubert 2
1. Laboratoire d'Hydrologie. Ecole Nationale Superieure de l'Hydraulique (ENSH). Blida, Algerie.
2. Universite Pierre & Marie Curie Paris VI, UMR Sisyphe. Paris, France.
Accepted Poster
IAHS 111 M Boukhelifa 1 Application de la methode des reseaux de neurones a  la prevision de le rosion specifique dans les bassins non jauges : Cas du Bassin A.H.S., Algerie B Touaibia 1
S Chahrazed 2
1. Ecole Nationale Superieure De L'hydraulique
2. Office National de l'irrigation et du Drainage, Alger
Accepted Poster
IAHS 144 M Bourqui 1 Hydrological validation of climate model statistical downscaling methods. M Bourqui 1
T Mathevet
J Gailhard
F Hendrickx
1. Electricite De France R&D
2. Electricite De France
3. Electicite de France
4. Electicite de France R&D
Accepted Oral
IAHS 147 M Bourqui 1 Long term forecasting of flow  and water temperature for cooling application Case study of the Rhone river (France) M Bourqui 1
N Le Moine 1
F Hendrickx 1
1. Electricite De France R&D Accepted Oral
IAHS 360 B Bracic Zeleznik 1 Drinking Water Quality under Changing Climate Conditions B Bracic Zeleznik 1
B Cencur Curk
P Souvent romm
1. Public Water Utility Jp Vodovod-Kanalizacija Ljubljana
2. University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Science and Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenis
3. Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, The Environmental Agency of Republic of Slovenis
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1642 S Braga 1 Development of low cost automatic sampler for diffuse pollution studies in urban cachments S Braga 1
Cristovao Fernandes
Artur Braga
1. Universidade Federal Do Parana
2. Universidade Federal do Parana
3. Universidade Federal do Parana
Accepted Poster
IAHS 573 M Brar 1 Impact of application of untreated effluent containing sewage water on soil, crops and underground water in North-western India M Brar 1
G Dheri 1
P Roychand 2
1. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India
2. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India
3. Latrobe University, Bundoora, Victoria - 3086
Accepted Oral
IAHS 221 M Brar 1 Over exploitation of ground water a threat to sustainable productivity and food security M Brar 1
P Roychand 2
1. Punjab Agricultural University
2. Latrobe University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4654 L Bren 1 Paired Catchment Experiments and Forest Policies L Bren 1
D McGuire 2
1. University of Melbourne
2. Forestry SA
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4665 L Bren 1 Hydrologic Impacts of a Forest Fire: The Response of the Croppers Creek Project to Burning L Bren 1
P Lane
1. University of Melbourne
2. University of Melbourne
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4190 R Bugan 1,2 Dryland Salinity Management in the Semi-arid Western Cape (South Africa) R Bugan 1,2
N.Z Jovanovic 1
M Fink 3
S Kralisch 3
W.P De Clercq 2
W-A Flügel 3
J Helmschrot 3,4
1. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (South Africa)
2. Department of Soil Science, Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
3. Department of Geoinformatics, Hydrology and Modelling, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany)
4. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington (USA)
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1736 L Bulcock 1 Open Water Evaporation: The Effects of Climate Change on Urban Water Supply L Bulcock 1
R.E Schulze 1
R.P Kunz 1
1. University Of Kwazulu-Natal Accepted Poster
IAHS 1737 L Bulcock 1 Rainwater Harvesting: A sustainable solution to the water supply issues of low income urban housing projects in South Africa? L Bulcock 1
R.E Schulze 1
1. University Of Kwazulu-Natal Accepted Poster
IAHS 979 W Burnett 1 Is There a Groundwater Pathway Driving the High Productivity of Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia? W Burnett 1
R Peterson 2
G Wattayakorn 3
S Chanyotha 3
R Kritsananuwat 3
S Rungsupa 3
B Suy 4
B Ryan 5
1. Florida State University
2. Coastal Carolina University
3. Chulalongkorn University
4. Tonle Sap Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project
5. Dept. Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population & Community
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5836 J Burte 1 Social Learning to Integrate Blue and Green Water Management at Catchment Scale J Burte 1
E.S. Martins 2
1. UFC/DENA
2. UFC/Funceme
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5837 J Burte 1 Improving assessment of water availability integrating GIS and modelling at regional scale. J Burte 1
E.S. Martins 2
1. Federal University Of Ceará - Brazil
2. UFC/Funceme
Accepted Oral
IAHS 408 X Cai 1 Modeling Water Balance of A Tank Cascades Irrigation System Based on Satellite and Field Observations X Cai 1
Y Cui 2
N Roost 3
1. International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
2. Wuhan University
3. Formerly with IWMI
Accepted Oral
IAHS 415 X Cai 1 Hydrological Modelling in Irrigated Areas – A Case Study in Zhanghe Irrigation System, China X Cai 1
Y Cui 2
N Roost 3
D Molden 4
1. International Water Management Institute (Iwmi)
2. Wuhan University
3. Formerly with IWMI
4. International Water Management Institute (Iwmi)
Accepted Poster
IAHS 138 S Calmant 1 How can radar altimetry support the management of the conventional water level networks J Santos Da Silva 1
D Moreira 2,6
S Calmant 3
F Seyler 4
N Filizola 5
D Oliveira 2
A Monteiro 2
1. UEA, CESTU
2. CPRM
3. IRD, LEGOS
4. IRD, Unite ESPACE
5. UFAM, LAPA,
6. UFRJ, COPPE
Accepted Oral
IAHS 139 S Calmant 1 Extreme hydrological events in the Amazon basin wetlands by radar altimetry J Santos Da Silva 1
P Texeira 1
J Ohly 1
S Calmant 2
F Seyler 3
1. UEA, CESTU, Manaus, Brazil
2. IRD, LEGOS, Toulouse, France
3. IRD, Unité ESPACE, Montpellier, France
4. UFAM, LAPA, Manaus, Brazil
5. IRD, LMTG, Toulouse, France
Accepted Poster
IAHS 396 A Capra 1 Impact of climate variability and human activity on streamflow in Calabria (Southern Italy) A Capra 1
C La Spada 1
P Porto 1
B Scicolone 2
1. Mediterranean University
2. Agronomist consultant
Accepted Oral
IAHS 117 A Capra 1 Climate change analyses (1921-2007) at a regional scale in three Italian areas and impact on bioclimate indexes A Capra 1
D Pavanelli 2
1. Mediterranean University Of Reggio Calabria
2. Department of Earth Sciences and Environment, Bologna University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4764 E Carrara 1 Consistency in Regional Groundwater Balance using the Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric) E Carrara 1
C Daamen 1
J Devonshire 1
D Smith 1
A Wall 1
1. Bureau Of Meteorology Accepted Poster
IAHS 116 S Chalov 1 Fluvial response to climate change: case study of Northern rivers of Russia S Chalov 1
G Ermakova 1
1. Faculty Of Geography of Lomonosov MSU Accepted Oral
IAHS 1154 S Chalov 1 Braided rivers:  structure, types, origin and effects S Chalov 1
N Alexeevsky
1. Faculty Of Geography Of Lomonosov Msu Accepted Oral
IAHS 4446 K Chandler 1 Exercise Watermark: Testing the United Kingdom's Preparedness for Major Flooding K Chandler 1
R Stafford 2
1. Capita Symonds Ltd
2. VectorCommand Ltd
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4447 K Chandler 1 Drain London: Collaborative Flood Risk Management in a Complex Urban Environment K Chandler 1
M Arthur 1
K Reid 2
1. Capita Symonds Ltd
2. Greater London Authority
Accepted Poster
IAHS 505 H Chang 1 Impacts of climate variability and change on water temperature in an urbanizing Oregon basin H Chang 1
K Lawler 1
1. Portland State University Accepted Oral
IAHS 5843 H Chang 1 Potential impacts of climate change on hydrologic ecosystem services in the metropolitan fringe H Chang 1
T Anthony 1
D Ennaanay 2
M Sharma 2
1. Portland State University
2. Stanford University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 89 T Chang 1 Regional Study of Groundwater and Bedrock Structures T Chang 1
E McPeek 2
1. Ohio University
2. Brown and Caldwell Inc.
Accepted Poster
IAHS 328 T Chang 1 Virtual Boat of Knowledge for Water Resources Education T Chang 1
A Copley
Y Fang
R Capper
B Blevins
1. Ohio University
2. Ohio University
3. Ohio University
4. Ohio University
5. Ohio University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5993 N Chappell  Flood responses of the South Creek Experimental Catchment (Queensland) re-interpreted using new DBM modelling tools   Accepted Oral
IAHS 201 O Chebanov 1 Zoning groundwater flooding risks in the cities and urban agglomerations areas of Ukraine O Chebanov 1
A Zadniprovska 1
1. SCIM UkrWodGeo, Kharkiv, Ukraine Accepted Poster
IAHS 978 O Chebanov 1 Urban Groundwater Extra Influx with Development-Induced Infiltration: Estimation Method O Chebanov 1
I Konoplia 2
1. Scim Ukrwodgeo, Kharkiv, Ukraine
2. UkrNIINTIZ, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Accepted Poster
IAHS 356 X Chen 1,2 Modeling critical source areas in an agricultural watershed X Chen 1,2
Z Yu 1,2
1. The College of Hydrology and Water Resources, Hohai University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, P. R. China
2. The State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, P. R. China
Accepted Oral
IAHS 357 X Chen 1,2 Effects of extreme events on the export of diffused pollution from an agricultural watershed in eastern China X Chen 1,2
Z Yu 1,2
1. 1. The College of Hydrology and Water Resources, Hohai University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, P. R. China
2. 2. The State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, P. R. China
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4909 Y Chen 1 Urban Flooding Warning in Pearl River Delta City Flood Management Y Chen 1 1. Sun Yat-Sen University Accepted Oral
IAHS 1240 H Chen 1 A development of dimensional designing equation of a permeable reactive barrier-aquifer system with the consideration of multispecies transport H Chen 1
E Park 1
1. Kyungpook National University Accepted Poster
IAHS 531 K Cheng 1 On the Criteria of Model Performance Evaluation for Hydrological Forecasting Models K Cheng 1
Y.T Lien 2
1. National Taiwan University
2. National Taiwan University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3708 L Chicharo 1 Applying ecohydrology to sustain Guadiana estuary and coastal ecosystems L Chicharo 1
P Range
B Hamadou
D Pilo
P Morais
M Chicharo
1. University of Algarve Accepted Oral
IAHS 156 K Chikita 1 The relationship between soil water behaviours and river runoffs: field observations and modelling K Chikita 1
M Islam 1
T Wada 1
T Ymaguchi 1
1. Faculty Of Science, Hokkaido University Accepted Oral
IAHS 2583 H Cho 1 Dissolved phosphorus flow into the ocean enhanced by silicate in groundwater H Cho 1
H Bang 1
G Kim 1
1. Seoul National University Accepted Oral
IAHS 499 R Clarke 1 Extreme Rainfall Characteristics Derived from Raingauge and Reanalysis Data-sets in the Amazon Basin R Clarke 1
D.C Buarque 1
C.A.B Mendes1 1
1. Instituto de Pesquisas Hidráulicas - IPH/UFRGS, Porto Alegre-RS, Brazil Accepted Poster
IAHS 5932 J Clausen 1 Ecosystem services of Pacific coastal wetlands: integrating climate change into hydro and irrigation Cumulative Effect Assessments in Mexico J Clausen 1
S Contreras 2
F Figueroa 3
1. University Of Guadalajara-Iteso
2. University Of Guadalajara
3. Macquarie University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 232 B Collischonn 1 TRMM-forced rainfall-runoff modeling for water management purposes in small ungauged basins B Collischonn 1
A Pante 1
1. National Water Agency Accepted Oral
IAHS 729 A Collins 1, 2 Tracing the sources of fluvial particulate matter impacting on fish spawning gravels as part of the England Demonstration Test Catchment project A Collins 1, 2
Y Zhang 1
D Smallman 3
S Haley 1
L Williams 4
D Sear 2
1. ADAS, Woodthorne, Wergs Road, Wolverhampton WV6 8TQ, UK
2. Department of Geography, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK
3. School of Civil Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton S017 1BJ, UK
4. ADAS, Manor Farm, Chippenham SN15 5LD, UK
Accepted Oral
IAHS 319 Z Cong 1 Attribution of actual evaporation changing with Budyko Hypothesis Z Cong 1
D Yang 1
1. Tsinghua University Accepted Poster
IAHS 327 D Conway 1 Water Resources Variability in sub-Saharan Africa during the 20th Century D Conway 1
A Persechino 1
S Ardoin-Bardin 2
H Hamandawana 3
G Mahe 2
1. University Of East Anglia
2. UMR HydroSciences Montpellier
3. Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences, North West University, Republic of South Africa
Accepted Oral
IAHS 352 L Coron 1,2 Pathologies of hydrological models used in changing climatic conditions: a review L Coron 1,2
V Andreassian 2
M Bourqui 1
C Perrin 2
1. Edf R&D LNHE
2. Cemagref, Antony, France
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2883 B Croke 1 The value of considering uncertainty in design of model performance indicators B Croke 1 1. National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training, Department of Mathematics and Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University Accepted Oral
IAHS 4260 C Cudennec 1,2 Streamflow Prediction in Ungauged Basins Through Geomorphology-Based Hydrograph Transposition A de Lavenne 1,2
C Cudennec 1,2
H Boudhraa 3
S Chargui 1,2,4
1. Agrocampus Ouest, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
2. INRA, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
3. ESIER
4. INAT
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5370 C Cudennec 1,2 Geomorphometric Structures of a River Network and of its Set of Riparian Wetlands C Cudennec 1,2
G Storer 1,2
A de Lavenne 1,2
J Aouissi 1,2,3
1. Agrocampus Ouest, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
2. INRA, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
3. INAT
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4270 C Cudennec 1,2 Similarity-Based Regionalization to Parameterize Velocity in a GIUH-Type Approach A de Lavenne 1,2
E Cestin 1,2
C Cudennec 1,2
1. Agrocampus Ouest, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
2. INRA, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5377 C Cudennec 1 Automatic hydrogeomorphologic Units (HGMU) Mapping at Watershed Scale from LiDAR Data: Toward a Functional Assessment of Wetlands S Rapinel 1
A Thomas 1
L Hubert-Moy 1
B Clement 2
S Dufour 1
C Cudennec 3,4
1. COSTEL UMR CNRS 6554 LETG, Universite Rennes
2. ECOBIO UMR 6553 CNRS, Universite Rennes
3. Agrocampus Ouest, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
4. INRA, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5522 C Cudennec 1,2 Sharing knowledge on Hydrochemical Buffer Zones for IWRM: Three Experiments of Science-Policy Linking in Brittany, France Y Vernay 1,2
C Cudennec 1,2
JB Narcy 3
P Merot 1,2
C Gascuel 1,2
P Durand 1,2
1. Agrocampus Ouest, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
2. INRA, UMR 1069, Soil Agro and hydroSystem
3. AsCA
Accepted Poster
IAHS 265 L Cuishan 1,2 Changes of Evaporation Capacity and Its Influencing Factors in Different Climatic Zones of China L Cuishan 1,2
Z Jianyun 1,2
W Guoqing 1,2
H Ruimin 1,2
1. Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute
2. Research Center for Climate Change, MWR
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1733 F D'affonseca 1 Effect of small-scale aquifer heterogeneity on the assessment of in situ biodegradation using stable carbon isotope analysis F D'affonseca 1
H Prommer 2
P Blum 3
P Bayer 4
1. University Of Tubingen, Germany
2. CSIRO Land and Water, Australia
3. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
4. ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2265 Q Dai 1 A Simplified Scheme for Short-Wave Canopy Radiative Transfer Models in Land Surface Processes Studies Q Dai 1
S Sun 1
1. LASG,Institute of Atmospheric Physics,Chinese Academy of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAHS 206 T Daniell 1 Multi-Objective Storages for Flood Mitigation and Water Resources Development in Small Catchments P Simone 1
T Daniell 2
1. Urban Water Department, National Directorate of Water of Mozambique
2. School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering,University Of Adelaide
Accepted Oral
IAHS 370 Z Deng 1 Assessment of Water Quality Variation in Amite River Watershed under Changing Climate and Land Use Z Deng 1 1. Louisiana State University Accepted Oral
IAHS 5516 C Descourvieres 1 Reactive transport modelling of an ASR operation in Perth, Western Australia: the effect of physical and chemical heterogeneity. C Descourvieres 1
H Prommer 2
J Greskowiak 3
1. CSIRO/University of Western Australia
2. CSIRO Land and Water
3. Institute for Biology and Environmental Sciences, University of Oldenburg
Accepted Oral
IAHS 276 A Dezetter 1 Flood monitoring of the Inner Niger Delta using high resolution radar and optical imagery A Dezetter 1
D Ruelland 2
C Netter 1
1. IRD - Umr Hydrosciences Montpellier
2. CNRS - Umr Hydrosciences Montpellier
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1282 K D'haen 1 Temporal variation of geomorphologic coupling in a Mediterranean mountain catchment, SW Turkey K D'Haen 1
G Verstraeten 1, 2
P Degryse 1,2
B Dusar 1
1. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, K.U.Leuven, Belgium
2. Centre for Archaeological Science, K.U.Leuven, Belgium
Accepted Oral
IAHS 173 X Ding 1 Variability, Change and Prediction of Hydro-climatic Elements in the Hai River Basin of China X Ding 1
Y Jia 2
1. Dept. of Water Resources,China Institute Of Water Environment & Hydropower Research
2. Dept. of Water Resources,China Institute Of Water Resources & Hydropower Research
Accepted Oral
IAHS 597 Y Ding 1 The effect of Cryosphere change on hydrology and ecosystem in China Y Ding 1
S Liu 1
B Ye 1
L Zhao 1
Q Zhao 1
1. State Key Laboratory Of Cryospheric Sciences, Cold & Arid Regions Environmental And Engineering Research Institute,Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAHS 474 R Doble 1 Aquifer recharge from overbank floods R Doble 1
R Crosbie 2
B Smerdon 3
1. CSIRO Land and Water
2. CSIRO Land and Water
3. CSIRO Land and Water
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5421 L Donado 1 A PROPOSAL FOR MITIGATION OF FLOODS IN MAIN COLOMBIAN RIVERS E Bravo 1
R Ortiz 1
L Donado 1
1. National University Of Colombia, Bogota Accepted Poster
IAHS 186 C Donnelly 1 Modelling Climate Change Effects on Nutrient Discharges from the Baltic Sea Catchment: Processes and Results C Donnelly 1
J Strömqvist 1
B Arheimer 1
1. Swedish Meteorological And Hydrological Institute Accepted Oral
IAHS 2443 W Dragoni 1 Impact of climate change on groundwater flow paths and water resources in mountain areas C Cambi 1
W Dragoni 1
C Giontella 1
1. Perugia University - Dipartimento Scienze Terra
2. Perugia University - Dipartimento Scienze Terra
3. Perugia University - Dipartimento Scienze Terra
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1860 Q Duan 1 A Comparison of Two Hydrologic Post-processing Methods C Miao 1
D Jiang 2
Q Duan 1
J Schaake 3
L Zhao 2
1. GCESS, Beijing Normal University
2. Public Weather Service Center, Chinese Meteorological Administration
3. NOAA/NWS Consultant
Accepted Poster
IAHS 253 F Dyer 1 Predicting Water Quality Responses to a Changing Climate Using a Linked Modelling Framework: A Case Study. F Dyer 1
S El Sawah 2
E Harrison 1
S Broad 1
B Croke 2
R Norris 1
A Jakeman 2
1. Institute For Applied Ecology
2. Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1990 R Dzhamalov 1 New Climate Conditions of Surface and Groundwater Resources Formation within European  Russia R Dzhamalov 1
G Krichevets 1
N Frolova 2
T Safronova 1
1. Water Problems Institute
2. Moscow State University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 528 A Elmahdi 1 Integrated Assessment of Water and Food Security: A System Dynamics Modelling Framework A Elmahdi 1
S ElSawah 2
1. Bureau Of Meteorology
2. Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management (iCAM), Australian National University, Canberra
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1798 A El-Sadek 1 Eco-Hydrology as Important Tool for Integrated Water Resources Management in the Nile Basin: Egypt A El-Sadek 1 1. National Water Research Center Accepted Poster
IAHS 419 N Entwistle 2 Catchment and Local Scale Restoration Challenges In A High Energy Scottish Catchment N Entwistle 2
G Heritage 1
C Anderton 1
1. University Of Salford
2. JBA Consulting
Accepted Oral
IAHS 420 N Entwistle 1 The hydromorphological consequences of channel management: Lessons from upland systems in the UK N Entwistle 1
G Heritage 2
D Milan 3
1. University Of Salford
2. JBA Consulting
3. University of Gloucestershire
Accepted Oral
IAHS 407 N Eriyagama 1 The Use of Duration Curves for Hydrological Time Series Simulation in Cold Regions V Smakhtin 1
N Eriyagama 1
1. International Water Management Institute Accepted Oral
IAHS 386 A Ershadi 1 A Comparison Between Energy Balance, Combination, and Complementary Approaches for Estimation of Evapotranspiration A Ershadi 1
M.F McCabe 1
J.P Evans 1
1. UNSW Accepted Oral
IAHS 387 A Ershadi 1 Issues of Scale in Surface Heat Flux Retrieval Using Multi-Resolution, Multi-Temporal Satellite Imagery A Ershadi 1
M.F McCabe 1
J.P Evans 1
1. UNSW Accepted Poster
IAHS 81 W Erskine 1 Colour as a Tracer of Sediment Dispersion from Erosion of a Forest Road in Chichester State Forest, Australia W Erskine 1 1. University Of Newcastle Accepted Oral
IAHS 98 W Erskine 1 Temporal Changes in Annual Rainfall in the Top End of Australia W Erskine 1
M Saynor 2
1. University Of Newcastle
2. Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3221 G Evin 1 Modelling Rainfall Errors within a Bayesian Rainfall-runoff Inference Framework G Evin 1
D Kavetski 1
G Kuczera 1
M Thyer 2
1. School of Engineering, The University of Newcastle
2. School of Civil, Environmental & Mining Engineering, The University of Adelaide
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3546 O Evrard 1 Combining River Monitoring And Sediment Fingerprinting To Quantify Spatial And Temporal Dynamics Of Fine Sediment In Mountainous Catchments Of The French Alps And The Mexican Central Highlands O Evrard 1
O Navratil 2
J Nemery 3
C Legout 3
N Gratiot 3
S Ayrault 1
C Prat 3
J Poulenard 4
P Bonte 1
M Esteves 3
1. 1Laboratory of Climate and Environmental Sciences
2. Research Unit on Torrential Erosion and Avalanches
3. 3Laboratory of Transfers in Hydrology and Environment
4. Research Unit on Mountain Environments
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3920 O Evrard 1 Modelling Runoff And Erosion In An Ungauged Cultivated Catchment Of Western Russia Strongly Contaminated By Chernobyl Fallout O Evrard 1
Catherine Ottle 1
Nicolas Lio Soon Shun 1
Vladimir Belyaev 2
Nadezda Ivanova 2
1. Laboratoire Des Sciences Du Climat Et De L'environnement
2. Laboratory of soil erosion and fluvial processes,
Accepted Oral
IAHS 273 J Exbrayat 1 Applying skill and cost-loss analysis to deterministic and probabilistic nutrient concentration predictions J Exbrayat 1
N.R Viney 2
H.G Frede 1
L Breuer 1
1. Institute for Landscape Ecology and Resources Management, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany
2. CSIRO Land & Water, Canberra, Australia
Accepted Poster
IAHS 216 C Farias 1 Daily Reservoir Operating Rules by Implicit Stochastic Optimization and Artificial Neural Networks in Semiarid Brazil C Farias 1
C.A.G Santos 2
A.B Celeste 3
1. Federal University of Campina Grande
2. Federal University of Paraíba
3. Federal University of Sergipe
Accepted Poster
IAHS 340 C Farias 1 A Monthly Rainfall-Runoff Model using Radial Basis Function Neural Networks for Piancó River Basin, Brazil C Farias 1
A.M.G Lourenço 2
T.C Carneiro 2
T.H.C Nunes 2
1. Federal University of Campina Grande
2. Federal University of Campina Grande
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1037 M Fasona 1 Land Systems Response to Blue and Green Water Footprint in Semi-Dry Wooded Savannah of Nigeria M Fasona 1
A Omojola 1
M Tadross 2
1. University Of Lagos
2. University of Cape Town
Accepted Oral
IAHS 258 S Fassnacht 1 Local Understanding of Hydroclimatic Variability in Mongolia T Sukh 1
S Fassnacht 1
M Fernandes-Gimenez 2
M Laituri 1
B Batbuyan 3
1. 1Watershed Science Program, Warner College of Natural Resources Colorado State University
2. Rangeland Science Program, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University
3. Institute of Geography
Accepted Oral
IAHS 259 S Fassnacht 1 Scales of Snowpack Variability around Operational Measurement Stations S Fassnacht 1
A Kashipazha 1
E Blumberg 1
C Heun 1
M Skordahl 1
G Sexstone 1
S Simonson 1
1. Watershed Science Program, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University Accepted Oral
IAHS 4824 P Feikema 1, 3 Using 3PG+ and CAT to investigate effects of climate and land use change on catchment hydrology P Feikema 1, 3
C Beverly 2
J Morris 1
P Lane 1, 3
T Baker 1, 3
1. University of Melbourne
2. Department of Primary Industries
3. Cooperative Research Centre for Forestry
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1821 C Fernandes 1 Development of Low Cost Automatic Sampler for Diffuse Pollution Studies in Urban Catchments C Fernandes 1
S Braga 2
A Braga 3
1. UFPR - Hydraulic and Sanitation Department
2. UFPR - Hydraulic and Sanitation Department
3. UFPR - Hydraulic and Sanitation Department
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4019 C Fernandes 1 REVISITING THE WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS OF THE IGUACU RIVER AT THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF CURITIBA C Fernandes 1
H Knapik 2
L Dombroski 3
C Almeida 4
1. Universidade Federal Do Parana
2. Universidade Federal Do Parana
3. Universidade Federal Do Parana
4. Universidade Federal Do Parana
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5816 M Ferraresi 1 How is hydrological modelling at large improving? M Ferraresi 1 1. Dept. Civil Engineering, University Of Parma Accepted Oral
IAHS 5817 M Ferraresi 1 Regionalization of fluvial sediment yield: the Emilia-Romagna case study (Northern Italy) M Ferraresi 1 1. Dept. Civil Engineering, University Of Parma Accepted Poster
IAHS 213 D Ficklin 1 How Will a Warmer Climate Affect Water Quality in the Mountainous Western United States? D Ficklin 1
I Stewart-Frey 1
E Maurer 2
1. Environmental Studies Institutes, Santa Clara University
2. Civil Engineering, Santa Clara University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 455 J Fleckenstein 1 Modeling interactions between hydrologic dynamics and biogeochemical processes in the near-stream zone J Fleckenstein 1
S Frei 2
K.H Knorr 2
1. Department Of Hydrogeology, Helmholtz Center For Einvironemental Research (Ufz)
2. Department of Hydrology, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4895 N Fohrer 1 Water quality and sediment predictions as part of an integrated modelling of an ungauged Chinese basin B Schmalz 1
N Fohrer 1
S Jahnig 2
Q Cai 3
Q Zhang 4
1. Cau Kiel, Dep Hydrology & Water Resources Management, Institute For The Conservation Of Natural Ressources
2. Department of Limnology and Conservation, Senckenberg, Research Institute and Natural History Museum, Gelnhausen, Germany
3. Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Department of Systems Ecology and Watershed Ecology, Wuhan, P. R. China
4. Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing, P. R. China
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4896 N Fohrer 1 An ecohydrological modelling approach to consider aquatic habitats in integrated river basin management N Fohrer 1
B Schmalz 1
J Kiesel 1
B Guse 1
1. Cau Kiel, Dep Hydrology & Water Resources Management, Institute For The Conservation Of Natural Ressources Accepted Oral
IAHS 5585 G Formetta 1 Jgrass-NewAge system: calibration issues and geomorphological effects in runoff production G Formetta 1
R Rigon 1
A Bellin 1
1. University Of Trento, Civil and Environmental Engineering Accepted Oral
IAHS 5794 K Fraedrich 1 A minimalist model of terminal paleo-lakes: Qinghai and Chad K Fraedrich 1 1. Klimacampus Accepted Oral
IAHS 223 G Fu 1 Statistical Downscaling of Daily Rainfall for Southeastern Australia G Fu 1
S Charles 1
1. CSIRO Land and Water Accepted Oral
IAHS 1459 C Fu 1 Lower Water Level And Water Management Problem In Poyang Lake In China C Fu 1 1. Nanchang University Accepted Oral
IAHS 3885 F Gallart 1 Short-term versus long-term studies of sediment dynamics in a small subhumid mountain Mediterranean basin with badlands. F Gallart 1
N Perez-Gallego 1
J Latron 1
G Catari 1
N Martinez-Carreras 2
G Nord 3
1. IDÆA, CSIC. Barcelona, Spain.
2. CRP-GL. Belvaux, Luxembourg
3. LTHE,  UJF-Grenoble 1 / CNRS / G-INP / IRD, Grenoble, France.
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3887 F Gallart 1 Using qualitative flow statuses for characterizing regimes of temporary streams F Gallart 1
N Prat 2
E M Garcia-Roger 2
J Latron 1
M Rieradevall 2
P Llorens 1
D Brito 3
A M De Girolamo 4
G G Barbera 5
A Lo Porto 4
1. IDAEA,CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
2. FEM, D. Ecologia, U. Barcelona. Barcelona,Spain.
3. IMAR. Coimbra, Portugal
4. IRSA, CNR. Bari, Italy
5. CEBAS, CSIC. Murcia, Spain
6. EED, TUC. Chania, Greece
7. Alterra. Wageningen, Netherlands
8. U. Montpellier 2. Monpellier, France
9. U. Leeds. Leeds, United Kingdom
Accepted Poster
IAHS 339 C Galvao 1 Criteria for the Concession of Rights over Integrated Groundwater-Surface Water M Ribeiro 1
J Rego 1
P Albuquerque 1
M Costa 2
C Galvao 1
1. Federal University of Campina Grande
2. Paraíba Water Management Agency
3. State University of Paraíba
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5825 C Galvao 1 On the role of experimental catchments in the Brazilian Semiarid: the case of cariri C Galvao 1 1. Federal University of Campina Grande Accepted Oral
IAHS 2719 N Gamage 1,2 Simulating streamflow using remote sensing data: Artificial neural network approach N Gamage 1,2
V Smakhtin 1
C Perera 3
1. International Water Management Institute
2. School of Engineering and Science
3. Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science
Accepted Oral
IAHS 302 T Gan 1 Low-Frequency Variability In Southwestern Canadian Stream Flow: Links With Large-Scale Climate Anomalies T Gan 1
A Gobena 1
1. University Of Alberta Accepted Oral
IAHS 303 T Gan 1 Changes in North American Snowpacks for 1979-2004 based on the Snow Water Equivalent data of SMMR and SSM/I Passive Microwave and related Climatic Factors T Gan 1
B Rajagopalan 2
A Gobena 1
R Barry 2
1. University Of Alberta
2. University of Colorado - Boulder
Accepted Oral
IAHS 305 T Gan 1 A Hierarchy of Snowmelt Models for Canadian Prairies: Temperature-Index, Modified Temperature Index and Energy-Balance Models T Gan 1
P Singh 1
A Gobena 1
1. University Of Alberta Accepted Oral
IAHS 306 T Gan 1 Unconditional Uncertainties and Multifractal Properties of Historical and Simulated River Flows Subjected to Climate Change T Gan 1
E Kerkhoven 1
1. University Of Alberta Accepted Oral
IAHS 3141 C Gandolfi 1 Calibration and Use of Integrated Soil and Groundwater Models in a Large Groundwater Basin in Northern Italy C Gandolfi 1
M Giudici 2
G Ponzini 2
1. University of Milan- Department of Agricultural Engineering
2. University of Milan-  Department of Earth Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAHS 442 S Garcia Galiano 1 Non stationary analysis of spatial patterns of extreme rainfall events trends in West Africa S Garcia Galiano 1
J.D Giraldo Osorio 2
1. Technical University of Cartagena, Department Of Civil Engineering. CIF. Q8050013E
2. Technical University of Cartagena, Department Of Civil Engineering
Accepted Oral
IAHS 443 S Garcia Galiano 1 Assessing drought hazard under non-stationary conditions on South East of Spain S Garcia Galiano 1
J.D Giraldo Osorio 2
1. Technical University of Cartagena. Department of Civil Engineering. Technical University of Cartagena, Department Of Civil Engineering. CIF. Q8050013E
2. Technical University of Cartagena, Department of Civil Engineering
Accepted Oral
IAHS 449 A Gelfan 1 Modelling hydrological consequences of climate change in the permafrost region and assessment of their uncertainty A Gelfan 1 1. Water Problems Institute Of Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAHS 433 A Gelfan 1 Uncertainty analysis and evaluation of influencial factors in the performance of watershed models L Sarmento 1
S Koide 2
1. Brazilian National Water Agency
2. University of Brasilia
Accepted Poster
IAHS 441 A Gelfan 1 Assessment of extreme flood characteristics based on a dynamic-stochastic model of runoff generation and the probable maximum discharge A Gelfan 1
L Kuchment 1
1. Water Problems Institute of Russian Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAHS 459 A Getirana 1 Analyzing recent extreme flood events in South America using multi-sensor satellite data and hydrological modeling A Getirana 1
A Boone 2
N Mognard 1
D Yamazaki 3
1. Legos/cnes
2. CNRM/Météo-France
3. University of Tokio
Accepted Oral
IAHS 450 A Getirana 1 Advances on the integration of spatial altimetry data into the automatic calibration of hydrological models A Getirana 1 1. Legos/cnes Accepted Poster
IAHS 452 A Gigliuto 1 Interactions Between Groundwater and Surface Waters of an Impacted Coastal Site in Italy: Field Studies and Numerical Modelling Results as Risk Assessment Input A Gigliuto 1
R Vaccari 1
C Righetti 1
S Verdelocco 1
L Moretti 1
1. AECOM Italy Srl Accepted Oral
IAHS 421 L Globevnik 1 Drinking water extraction facilities at risk of flooding from rivers and groundwater - flood impact assessment for water extraction facilities in Ljubljana area L Globevnik 1
B Bracic Zeleznik
1. Institute For Water Of The Republic Of Slovenia
2. JP Vodovod-Kanalizacija d.o.o, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Accepted Oral
IAHS 422 L Globevnik 1 Impacts of climate and regulation on groundwater and surface water interactions with floodplain ecosystem L Globevnik 1
B Braèiè Železnik
B Èenèur Curk
1. Institute For Water Of The Republic Of Slovenia
2. JP Vodovod-Kanalizacija d.o.o, Ljubljana, Slovenia
3. Natural Sciences and Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Aškerèeva 12, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Accepted Oral
IAHS 423 L Globevnik 1 Influence of groundwater- surface water interaction to ecological condition of flood forest – study of regeneration potential of Populus Nigra in Slovenia L Globevnik 1
G Božic
U Vilhar
1. Institute For Water Of The Republic Of Slovenia
2. Slovenian Forestry Institute, Veèna pot 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia
3. Slovenian Forestry Institute, Veèna pot 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Accepted Poster
IAHS 241 P Goderniaux 1 Uncertainty of climate change impact on groundwater resources using a surface-subsurface integrated model and considering various possible uncertainty sources. P Goderniaux 1
S Brouyère 1
P Orban 1
A Dassargues 1
1. University of Liege - Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology Accepted Oral
IAHS 4298 P Goderniaux 1, 2 Regional Scale Groundwater Flow and Transport Modelling: From Conceptual Challenges to Pragmatic Numerical Solutions S Wildemeersch 1, 2
P Goderniaux 1, 2
M Leroy 1
P Orban 1
A Dassargues 1
S Brouyere 1
1. University of Liege, Dept ArGEnCo, Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology and Aquapole
2. National Funds for Scientific Research of Belgium
Accepted Oral
IAHS 229 P Goderniaux 1,2 Physically-based groundwater vulnerability assessment using sensitivity analysis methods J Beaujean 1,2
J.M Lemieux 3
S Brouyère 1
P Goderniaux 1
1. Hydrogeology & Environmental Geology, Geo³ Group, ArGEnCo Dept., Aquapôle, University of Liège, Liège, Belgium
2. Now in Applied Geophysics, Geo³ Group, ArGEnCo Dept., University of Liège, Liège, Belgium
3. Geology and Geological Engineering Dept., University of Laval, Quebec, Canada
Accepted Poster
IAHS 2078 V Golosov 1 Application of Chernobyl-derived 137Cs fallout in sediment redistribution studies: advantages and disadvantages V.N. Golosov1, V.R. Belyaev2, M.V.Markelov3 1Principal scientist, Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow,Russia; 2Senior scientist, Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow,Russia; 3Scientist,  Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow,  Russia V Golosov 1
V Belyaev 2
M Markelov 3
1. principal scientist , Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University
2. senior scientist, Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University
3. scientist, Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4160 G Gottfried 1 Cascabel Prescribed Fire Long-Term Watershed Study: An Opportunity to Monitor Climate Change J Gottfried 1
D Neary 1
P Folliott 2
K Koestner 1
1. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station Accepted Oral
IAHS 4169 G Gottfried 1 The hidden treasures of long-term paired watershed monitoring in the forests of Arizona B Poff 1
D Neary 2
V Henderson 2
A Tecle 3
J Gottfried 2
1. Bureau of Land Management, Southern Nevada District
2. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
3. Northern Arizona University, School of Forestry
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1461 A Gragne 1 Automated Detection and Categorization of Hydrograph Errors for Updating Operational Hydrologic Models A Gragne 1
K Alfredsen 1
1. Norwegian University Of Science And Technology
2. SINTEF Energy A.S
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5430 M Griffiths 1 Inflow in South Eastern Australia catchments: orographic effects and large-scale climatic influences. M Griffiths 1
B Timbal 1
1. Bureau Of Meteorology Accepted Poster
IAHS 2064 S Grimaldi 1 A Continuous Hydro-geomorphic Rainfall Runoff Model for Small and Ungauged Watersheds S Grimaldi 1
A Petroselli 1
F Serinaldi 1
1. GEMINI Department, Università Degli Studi Della Tuscia Accepted Oral
IAHS 2063 S Grimaldi 1 Synthetic Design Hydrograph definition using GSTSP distribution functions F Serinaldi 1
S Grimaldi
1. GEMINI Department, Università Degli Studi Della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy Accepted Poster
IAHS 4974 S Grimaldi 1 Applications of a copula-based multivariate frequency analysis in rainfall and runoff modeling S Vandenberghe 1
N.E.C. Verhoest 1
B. De Baets 2
S Grimaldi
1. Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management, Ghent University
2. Department of Applied Mathematics, Biometrics and Process Control, Ghent University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 429 G Grossi 1 Climate impact on the mass and energy balance of glaciers in the southern Alps G Grossi 1
P Caronna 1
R Ranzi 1
1. Dicata - University of Brescia Accepted Oral
IAHS 430 G Grossi 1 Multi Model approach in flood forecasting systems and flood hazard map preparation at the local and regional scale G Grossi 1 1. Dicata - University of Brescia Accepted Poster
IAHS 5763 G Grossi 1 Sediment yield in different vegetation scenarios after wildfire G Grossi 1
E Ravizzola 1
M.C Rulli 2
1. Dicata - University Of Brescia
2. DIIAR- Polytechnic of Milan
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5764 G Grossi 1 Impact of climate change on catchment sediment yield M Rulli 1
G Grossi 2
1. DIIAR - Polytachnic of Milan
2. DICATA - University of Brescia
Accepted Poster
IAHS 401 A Guentner 1 Using Time-variable Gravity Data and Hydrological Models to Assess Water Storage Variations at Different Scales A Guntner 1
B Creutzfeldt 1
S Werth 2
Y Hundecha 1
H Wziontek 3
1. GFZ German Research Centre For Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany
2. University of Potsdam, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science, Potsdam, Germany
3. Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Frankfurt, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAHS 175 N Gunasekara 1 Water Conflict Vulnerability of Regions N Gunasekara 1
S Kazama 2
1. 1Graduate School of Environmental Studies Tohoku University
2. 2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Tohoku University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1936 L Gunawardhana 1 The Effects of Sea Water and Fresh Groundwater Temperatures Change on Heat Transport in Intermediate Zone in the Coastal Aquifers L Gunawardhana 1
S Kazama 1
1. Tohoku University Accepted Oral
IAHS 126 L Gunawardhana 1 Groundwater temperature as a tracer to estimate anthropogenic impacts: past, present, and future L Gunawardhana 1
S Kazama 1
1. Tohoku University Accepted Poster
IAHS 2419 Y Guo 1 Changes of Freezing Level Height and its relationship with snowline permafrost and glacier in China Y Guo 1 1. National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration (Cma), Beijing, Accepted Oral
IAHS 1371 F Guohua 1 Research on the Multi-objective Ecological Operation Model of Cascade Hydropower Reservoirs F Guohua 1 1. Hohai University Accepted Oral
IAHS 181 Y Gusev 1 Modelling Runoff from Pan-Arctic River Basins Y Gusev 1
O Nasonova 1
L Dzhogan 1
1. Institute of Water Problems Accepted Poster
IAHS 332 H Gvirtzman 1 Changes in spring discharge as potential amplifiers of societal response to rainfall series in the Eastern Mediterranean H Gvirtzman 1
N Peleg 2
E Morin 2
Y Enzel 1
1. Earth Sciences, Hebrew University Of Jerusalem
2. Geography, Hebrew University Of Jerusalem
Accepted Oral
IAHS 288 F Haas 1 Ground-based Laserscanning - a new Method for Measuring Fluvial Erosion on Steep Slopes F Haas 1
T Heckmann 1
M Becht 1
1. Physical Geography Cath. University Of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt Accepted Poster
IAHS 290 U Haberlandt 1 Reducing Uncertainty in Derived Flood Frequency Analysis Related to Rainfall Forcing and Model Calibration U Haberlandt 1
I Radtke 1
1. Leibniz University Hannover Accepted Oral
IAHS 494 M Hafeez 1 A combined methodology for estimating unaccounted diversions in the northern Murray Darling Basin of Australia M Hafeez 1
M Edraki 1
J Sixsmith 1
U Rabbani 1
Y Chemin 1
1. International Centre of Water for Food Security (IC Water), Charles Sturt University Accepted Oral
IAHS 502 M Hafeez 1 A Remote Sensing Based ET Algorithm for an Australian Agro-Ecosystem: SAM-ET M Hafeez 1
Y Chemin 1
1. International Centre of Water for Food Security, Charles Sturt University Accepted Oral
IAHS 257 C Han 1 Nonpoint-source nutrient losses in interflow affected by winter processes C Han 1
S.G Xu 1
T.X Luan 2
J.W Liu 1
1. Faculty Of Infrastructure Engineering, Dalian University Of Technology
2. Hydrology and Water Resources Survey Bureau of Liaoning Province
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4532 G Hancock 1 Gully development and biogenic factors: using a landscape evolution model to assess erosion G Hancock 1 1. The University Of Newcastle Accepted Oral
IAHS 4621 G Hancock 1 Sources of soil erosion contributing sediment in a rural Australian catchment: A comparison of fallout radionuclide, geochemical and CSIA tracing techniques G Hancock 1
A Revill 2
T Pietsch 3
1. Csiro Land And Water
2. Csiro Marine and Atmospheric Research
3. Griffith University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 463 M Hanel 12 Multi-model assessment of climate change impact on hydrological regime in the Czech Republic M Hanel 12
A Vizina
1. T.G.Masaryk Water Research Institute, P.R.I.
2. Czech University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAHS 465 M Hanel 12 Elimination of uncertainties in the daily and monthly natural hydrologic time series M Hanel 12
A Vizina 12
1. T.G.Masaryk Water Research Institute, P.R.I.
2. Czech University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Accepted Poster
IAHS 198 Z Hao 1 Spatial¨Ctemporal Variation of Monthly Average Temperature in China during 1961-2009 Z Hao 1
L Sun 1
J Wang 1
1. Hohai University Accepted Oral
IAHS 3511 R Harper 1 Interactions of soils, forest growth and catchment hydrology: examples from southern Australia R Harper 1
K.R.J Smettem 2
D.O McGuire 3
1. Murdoch University
2. The University of Western Australia
3. ForestrySA
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4618 C Harpel 1 Changing Hazards and Snow Conditions at 2 ka and the Present Determined from Debris-flow Deposits at Misti Volcano, Southern Peru C Harpel 1
S de Silva 2
G Salas 3
1. Earth Observatory Of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2. Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, USA
3. Facultad de Geologia, Geofisica y Minas, Universidad Nacional de San Agustin, Peru
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4817 S Hawthorne 1,2 Integrating Multi-Scale Measurements to Investigate The Impact of Forest Thinning on Water Yield S Hawthorne 1,2
P Lane 1
L Bren 1
N Sims 2
1. Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science, University of Melbourne
2. CSIRO Land and Water
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5120 D Hayes 1 The U.S. Forest Service Experimental Forests and Ranges Network: A Continental Research Platform for Catchment Scale Research in the United States D Hayes 1
L Rustad 1
J Vose 1
D Neary 1
G Gottfried 1
S Sebestyen 1
S Johnson 1
F Swanson 1
M Adams 1
   1
1. USDA Forest Service Research & Development Accepted Oral
IAHS 4748 M Hazelwood 1 Detailed infill mapping of natural and artificial coastal geomorphology between Wollongong and Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia W Nicholas 1
Martyn Hazelwood 1
1. Risk and Impact Analysis Group, Geoscience Australia Accepted Oral
IAHS 763 X He 1 Soil Erosion Characters at the Riparian Zone in the Three-gorge Reservoir X He 1
H Zhu 1,2
Y Bao 1
1. Inst. Mountain Hazards And Envrionment
2. Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100039, China
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1169 K Heal 1 The contribution of hydrological fluxes to carbon sequestration in a temperate forest plantation K Heal 1
X Ma 2
N Forrest 1
P Jarvis 1
1. The University of Edinburgh
2. Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 205 S Hejjam 1 Relationship between maximum annual discharge and Standardized Precipitation Index(SPI) in a representative basin of Iran S Hejjam 1
A Jafari Panah 2
1. Sciences And Research Branch, Islamic Azad University
2. Sciences and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4721 J Helmschrot 1, 2 Distributed, Hydrological Modelling to Assess Runoff Dynamics and Storage Functions Across Different Scales in the Sierra Nevada, California J Helmschrot 1, 2
J Lundquist 2
1. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
2. Geoinformatics, Friedrich Schiller University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4723 J Helmschrot 1 Implementing Multi-Dimensional Topological Routing Tools and Contour Farming Practices to Improve Distributed, Process-Driven Hydrological and Erosion Modeling in the Sandspruit Catchment, South Africa T Steudel 1
R Bugan 2,3
H Kipka 1
B Pfennig 1
P Krause 1
M Fink 1
W de Clercq 3
W-A Fluegel 1
J Helmschrot 1,4
1. Geoinformatics, Friedrich Schiller University
2. Dpeartment of Soil Science, Stellenbosch University
3. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)
4. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4722 J Helmschrot 1 Climate Driven Changes of Hydrological Dynamics in Tributary Catchments of the Endorheic Glacial-fed Nam Co, Tibet S Biskop 1
P Krause 1
J Helmschrot 1,2
1. Geoinformatics, Friedrich Schiller University
2. University of Washington
Accepted Poster
IAHS 188 M Hill 1 Identifying Important Observations Using Cross Validation and Computationally Frugal Sensitivity Analysis Methods M Hill 1
L Foglia 2
S Mehl 3
1. U.S. Geological Survey
3. California State University at Chico
Accepted Oral
IAHS 320 L Hinzman 1 Recent Advances in Arctic Hydrology Research L Hinzman 1 1. University Of Alaska Fairbanks Accepted Oral
IAHS 88 M Ho 1 Interaction of Climate Drivers and their Impact on Australian Rainfall M Ho 1
A.S Kiem 1
D.C Verdon-Kidd 1
1. University of Newcastle Accepted Poster
IAHS 1500 R Hocking 1 The impact of de-icing salts on Alpine Bogs in Kosciuszko National Park R Hocking 1
R Greene 1
C Hughes 2
S Johnston 3
S Grover
1. The Fenner School Of Environment And Society, Anu
2. Institute of Environmental Research, ANSTO
3. Transgrid Australia
Accepted Oral
IAHS 639 H Holländer 1 Modeling of fresh and salt water genesis in the New Jersey shallow shelf H Holländer 1
S Stadler 2
T Hayashi 3
M Mottl 4
  Exp313 Science Party 5
1. State Authority of Mining, Energy and Geology
2. Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Germany
3. Akita University, Japan
4. University of Hawaii, USA
5. ECORD Science Operator, United Kingdom
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3578 H Holländer 1 Impact of modeller’s attitude in catchment modelling: stage from priori prediction to calibration H Holländer 1
  SFB/TRR 38 C2 team 2
1. State Authority of Mining, Energy and Geology
2. Transregio Collaborative Research Centre SFB/TRR 38
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2067 T Hosono 1 Distribution of submarine groundwater discharge investigated by 222Rn survey along the coastal line of Mt. Chokai, North Japan T Hosono 1
M Taniguchi 2
W Burnett 3
M Ono 1
T Tokunaga 1
A Akimichi 2
T Masuda 1
1. Kumamoto University, Japan
2. Research Institute for Humanity & Nature, Japan
3. Florida State University, USA
Accepted Poster
IAHS 3878 D Hughes 1 Hydrological Education and Training Needs in Sub-Saharan Africa: Requirements, Progress and Constraints. D Hughes 1 1. Institute for Water Research
2. Rhodes University
3. South Africa
Accepted Oral
IAHS 382 P Hui 1 Ecohydrological Simulation and Prediction in the Haihe River Basin by Coupling BIOME-BGC Model with WEP-L Model P Hui 1
J Yangwen 1
Q Yaqin 1
D Xiangyi 1
N Cunwen 1
1. Department of Water Resources, China Institute Of Hydropower And Water Resources Research (IWHR), Beijing 100038, China Accepted Poster
IAHS 2748 F Huneau 1 Flow pattern and residence time of groundwater within the south-eastern taoudeni sedimentary basin (Burkina Faso, Mali) F Huneau 1
D Dakoure 2
H Celle-Jeanton 3
T Vitvar 4
M Ito 4
S Traore 5
N Compaore 2
1. Universite De Bordeaux, Talence, France
2. Ministere de l'Hydraulique, Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso
3. Clermont Universite, Clermont-Ferrand, France
4. IAEA, Vienna, Austria
5. Ministere de l'Eau, Bamako, Mali
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2749 F Huneau 1 Groundwater resources of Uzbekistan, Central Asia: an environmental overview S Rakhmatullaev 1
F Huneau 2
J Kazbekov 3
M Motelica-Heino 4
P Le Coustumer 2
J Jumanov 5
1. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
2. Universite De Bordeaux, Talence, France
3. IWMI, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
4. Universite d'Orleans, Orleans, France
5. HYDROENGEO, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4855 J Ide 1 Hydrological effects on the relationship between dissolved nitrate in rivers and land cover in a hilly and mountainous area, western Japan J Ide 1
H Somura 2
T Nakamura 1
Y Mori 2
I Takeda 2
K Nishida 1
1. International Research Center For River Basin Environment, University Of Yamanashi
2. Faculty of Life and Environmental Science, Shimane University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 5422 D Irawan 1 The Hydrodynamic of Ciseupan Man-Made Lake and Surrounding Aquifers, Cimahi, Bandung, Indonesia D Irawan 1
D.J Puradimaja 1
H Silaen 1
1. Applied Geology Research Division, Faculty Of Earth Sciences And Technology, Institut Teknologi Bandung Accepted Oral
IAHS 5044 M Jalludin 1 First results from the hydrogeological experimental site in a volcanic aquifer. Mawari regional Project. Republic of Djibouti (Horn of Africa) M Jalludin 1
H Abdourahman 1
H Bouh 1
M Hassan 1
M Razack 2
1. Centre D'etude Et De Recherche De Djibouti
2. Université de Poitiers, France
Accepted Poster
IAHS 3294 R Jamshidi 1 Native Forest C Factor Determination Using Satellite Imagery in Paired Catchments R Jamshidi 1
D Dragovich 1
A Webb 2
1. School of Geosciences, The University of Sydney
2. State Forests of New South Wales, Research and Development Division
Accepted Poster
IAHS 3409 J Jankowski 3 Quantifying stream losses in a fractured sandstone aquifer impacted by mining-induced subsidence using applied and environmental tracers J Jankowski 3
W McLean 1
E Reece 2
1. Parsons Brinckerhoff
2. Arcadis US
3. Sydney Catchment Authority
Accepted Oral
IAHS 367 R Janowicz 1 Streamflow Response Trends of Overlapping Permafrost and Glacierised Regimes in Northwestern Canada R Janowicz 1 1. Yukon Water Resources Branch Accepted Oral
IAHS 376 A Jayawardena 1 Correlation entropy estimation for hydrological time series A Jayawardena 1 1. International Centre For Water Hazard And Risk Management (Icharm) Under The Auspices Of Unesco Accepted Poster
IAHS 493 D Jayawardana 1 Inferring the Chemical and Physical Parameters of Groundwater of Some Villages in Sri Lanka for the Occurrence of Fluoride D Jayawardana 1
A Pitawala 2
H Ishiga 1
1. Shimane University, Department Of Geoscience
2. Peradeniya University, Department of Geology
Accepted Poster
IAHS 704 W Jeong 1 A Numerical Investigation on Characteristics of Flood Propagation in Crossings and Streets in Urban Areas: Application to Changwon City, Korea W Jeong 1
J.W Lee
Y.S Cho
1. Kyungnam University
2. Hanyang University
3. Hanyang University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3315 E Jeremiah 1 The Effectiveness of Hydrological Models Sreamflow Prediction With Better Representations Of Data And Model Uncertainties: Incorporating Sequential Monte Carlo Sampler With Hierarchical Mixtures Of Experts. E Jeremiah 1
A Sharma 1
L Marshall 2
S Sisson 1
1. University Of New South Wales
2. Montana State University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 3183 G Jewitt 1 Integrating Green and Blue Water Flows to Assess the Impact of Biofuel Feedstock Production on Water Resources G Jewitt 1
R Kunz 1
1. University Of Kwazulu-Natal Accepted Oral
IAHS 3184 G Jewitt 1 Hydrology education and research in developing countries: Perspectives from southern Africa G Jewitt 1 1. University Of Kwazulu-Natal Accepted Oral
IAHS 383 Y Jia 1 Assessment of water quality under changing climate conditions in Haihe River Basin, China C Niu 1
Y Jia 1
H Wang 1
Z Zhou 1
Y Qiu 1
1. Institute Of Water Resources & Hydropower Research (Iwhr) Accepted Oral
IAHS 5036 Y Jia 1 An Integrated Model of Hydro-environment and Socio-economy for Water Resources Management in the Haihe River Basin Y Jia 1
C Niu 1
Z Gan 1
J You 1
Z Zhou 1
1. Institute Of Water Resources & Hydropower Research (IWHR) Accepted Oral
IAHS 262 S Jiang 1 Drought/wetness analysis from TMPA data sets within the Laohahe Basin, North China S Jiang 1
L.L Ren
B Yong
X.L Yang
X.F Liu
1. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University
2. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University
3. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University
4. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University
5. Sichuan Communication Surveying and Design Institute
Accepted Oral
IAHS 409 G Jin 1 100 years variation in nutrient discharge reconstructed, using vertical nutrient profile of sediment in an artificial river mouth lake of Seto Inland Sea, Japan G Jin 1
S Onodera 1
A Amano 2
T Sato 1
Y Shimizu 1
1. Graduate School Of Integrated Arts And Sciences, Hiroshima University
2. Marine Geology research Group Institute of geology and Geoinformation Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
Accepted Oral
IAHS 398 J Jin 1 and 2 Hydrological responses of Heihe River Basin to extreme climate change J Jin 1 and 2
G Wang 1 and 2
J Zhang 1 and 2
Z Wu 3
R He 1 and 2
1. Nanjing Hydraulic Research Instiute
2. Research Center for Climate Change, MWR
3. Hohai University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 2558 R Johnston 1 The Role of Integrated Water Resources Modelling in Mekong Policy and Planning R Johnston 1
M Kummu 2
1. International Water Management Institute
2. Water & Development Research Group, Aalto University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4871 T Jonas 1 Validation of Multiple Approaches for Modelling SWE Distribution and Subsequent Snowmelt in a Small Alpine Watershed T Jonas 1
C.D Moeser 1
J Magnusson 1
M Bavay 1
M Zappa 2
1. WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
2. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5018 M Joo 1 Relationship Between Sediment Loads, Catchment Area, And Runoff For Queensland Coastal Catchments, Australia M Joo 1
B Yu 2
1. Department Of Environment And Resource Mangement
2. Griffith University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5019 M Joo 1 Effect Of A Variable Source Area On The Sediment Dynamics In The Fitzroy River, Australia M Joo 1
B Yu 2
1. Department Of Environment And Resource Mangement
2. Griffith University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 437 H Jourde 1 Relative contribution of groundwater and surface water fluxes in the hydrological response of a mountainous catchment to the hydro-climatic variability in the Chilean Andes H Jourde 1 1. Montpellier University, Hydrosciences Laboratory Accepted Oral
IAHS 246 Q Ju 1 Hydrological Forecast of the Yangtze River Basin Under the Future Climate Scenario of IPCC AR4 Q Ju 1
H Z 1
X H 2
J W 3
1. State Key Laboratory of Hydrology-Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University, Nanjing 210098, China
2. China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, Beijing, 100038, China
3. Ningbo hongtai hydraulic information and technology co.itd, Ningbo, 315016, China
Accepted Oral
IAHS 254 S Jun 1 Estimation of Instreamflow for Nam River in Korea S Jun 1
J.H Park
1. Inje University
2. Inje University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 128 N Kabeya 1 Transit times of soil water in a small gneiss watershed with thick soil and weathered layers using deuterium excess modelling N Kabeya 1
A Shimizu 1
K Tamai 2
S Iida 2
T Shimizu 2
1. Kyushu Research Center, Forestry And Forest Products Research Institute
2. Forestry And Forest Products Research Institute
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1687 J Kadengal 1 Assessment of Shallow Landslide triggering probability in Hilly terrains of India J Kadengal 1
S K P
1. Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras
2. Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2150 M Kagabu 1 Groundwater age rejuvenation caused by the excessive urban pumping shown in the groundwater flow system of Jakarta Area, Indonesia M Kagabu 1
J Shimada 1
R Delinom 2
M Taniguchi 3
1. Kumamoto University, Japan
2. Research Center for Geotechnology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences
3. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan
Accepted Poster
IAHS 362 T Kang 1 Applying Short-range Ensemble Streamflow Forecasting to Korea K Kim 1
Y Kim 1
TH Kang 1
1. Seoul National University Accepted Oral
IAHS 2617 S Kang 1,2 Variations and effect factors of lake ice at Nam Co, Tibet S Kang 1,2
Y Zhang 1
1. Institute Of Tibetan Plateau, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. State Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Science
Accepted Oral
IAHS 296 H Karambiri 1 Analysis of main rainy season characteristics in Burkina Faso derived from five RCMs rainfall data H Karambiri 1 1. International Institute For Water And Environmental Engineering (2ie) Accepted Oral
IAHS 291 H Karimi 1 The 2007-2008 years' drought of Ilam Province, Iran and Its effects on water resources H Karimi 1
S Alimoradi 2
1. Ilam University
2. Ilam Water Authority
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4698 F Karim 1 Predicting statistics of river discharge in ungauged basins for water quality modelling F Karim 1
S Wilkinson 1
C Dougall 2
1. CSIRO
2. Department of Environment and Resource Management
Accepted Oral
IAHS 295 H Karimi 2 Evaluation of the Karst effect on flood peak reduction for optimal residential site selection H Karimi 2
F Koohian Afzal 1
B Ghermezcheshmeh 3
1. Mahsab Shargh consulting engineers
2. Ilam University
3. Soil Conservation and Watershed Management Research Institute
Accepted Poster
IAHS 476 A Kassem 1 Risk-Based Assessment of Water Availability in a Changing Climate A Kassem 1
T Hamory 1
I Vouk 1
D Harvey 1
1. Environment Canada Accepted Poster
IAHS 524 Z Katambara 1 Performance of a conceptual model in a complex river system and with scarce data: Case of Letaba River system Z Katambara 1
J Ndiritu 1
1. University Of The Witwatersrand Accepted Poster
IAHS 2015 M Katsuyama 1 Distribution of oxygen-18 and deuterium in streamwaters across Japan M Katsuyama 1
T Yoshioka 2
E Konohira 3
1. Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
2. Field Science Education and Research Center, Kyoto University
3. DLD Inc.
Accepted Poster
IAHS 4932 N Kawano 1 Flood disaster monitoring in the north-eastern Australia with ALOS/PALSAR observation N Kawano 1 1. Jaxa/eorc Accepted Poster
IAHS 3046 U Khan 1 A Novel Approach for Hydrologic Response Units Delineation U Khan 1
N.K Tuteja 2
A Sharma 1
1. School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University Of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia
2. Climate and Water Division, Bureau of Meteorology, Canberra, Australia
Accepted Oral
IAHS 965 A Khaustov 1 Model of Ground Water Stability to Regional Pollution A Khaustov 1
A Khaustova 2
1. Peoples' Friendship Universityof Russia
2. Russian Plehanov Academy of Economics
Accepted Oral
IAHS 535 A Khaustov 1 Evaluation of Groundwater Pollution by Oil Spillage Using Virtual Training A Khaustov 1
M.M Redina 1
A.A Khaustova 2
1. Peoples' Friendship University Of Russia
2. Russian Plehanov Academy of Economics
Accepted Poster
IAHS 379 A Kiem 1 What drives the physical mechanisms that cause hydroclimatic variability in the Australasian region? A Kiem 1
D Verdon-Kidd 1
1. University Of Newcastle Accepted Poster
IAHS 2579 G Kim 1 Biogeochemical effects of submarine groundwater discharge in oligotrophic coastal waters off oceanic islands G Kim 1
J Kim 1
J Jeong 1
1. Seoul National University Accepted Oral
IAHS 5533 D Kim 1 Monitoring of Oyster and SGD in Tidal Flat using Synthetic Aperture Radar D Kim 1
B Choe 1
J-H Hwang 2
Y Oh 2
W Moon 3
1. Seoul National University
2. Hongik University
3. University of Manitoba
Accepted Oral
IAHS 1932 S Kim 1 Interaction between arsenate and 2-line ferrihydrite: Equilibrium, Kinetic, and XAS spectroscopic studies S Kim 1
Y.H Kim 2
H.G Cho 3
1. Dept. of Earth And Environ. Sciences, Gyeongsang National University
2. Dept. of Earth And Environ. Sciences, Gyeongsang National University
3. Dept. of Earth And Environ. Sciences, Gyeongsang National University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 263 P Kim Van 1 Management of coastal aquifers in Southeast Viet Nam in the context of climate change P Kim Van 1
A Giuseppe
B Paolo
D Peter
L Rossini
1. Institute Of Geological Sciences
2. Hydrological/Geological Unit, UNESCO Office  Jakarta, Indonesia;
3. University “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy;
4. CSIRO Land and Water, Australia;
5. University “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy;
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1857 H Knudsvig 1 Climate Change and the Great Snowforest of Canada H Knudsvig 1
T Mlynowski 2
S Dery 3
D Coxson 4
1. University of Northern British Columbia
2. University of Northern British Columbia
3. University of Northern British Columbia
4. University of Northern British Columbia
Accepted Poster
IAHS 631 V Konovalov 1 Spatial variability of annual runoff in the largest Siberian river basins  Ob, Yenisei, Lena and climatic factors (precipitation, air temperature) in extreme cases V Konovalov 1 1. Institute Of Geography, Moscow Accepted Poster
IAHS 468 M Kralik 1 Dating of young groundwater in eight porous aquifers in Alpine Basins by 18O, 3H, 3H/3He, CFC and SF6 M Kralik 1
F Humer 1
G Darling 2
J Sültenfuß 3
J Grath 1
1. Environment Agency Austria & Univ. Vienna
2. British Geological Survey, Wallingford, Great Britain
3. Univ. Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Accepted Oral
IAHS 469 M Kralik 1 Groundwater temperature increase and isotope trends in porous aquifers and springs: Difficult parameters in climate change research M Kralik 1 1. Environment Agency Austria & Univ. Vienna Accepted Poster
IAHS 5130 G Kuczera 1 Regional Flood Frequency Analysis using Bayesian Generalized Least Squares in a Region-of-Influence Context G Kuczera 1
T Micevski 1
A Hackelbusch 2
A Rahman 3
K Haddad 3
1. University Of Newcastle
2. Ruhr-University Bochum
3. University of Western Sydney
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1544 M Lagos Zuniga 1 Variation of water consumption of a wetland's physical model under controlled conditions of wind speed and radiation M Lagos Zuniga 1
X Vargas 1
A Quinteros 1
1. Universidad De Chile Accepted Poster
IAHS 478 A Laing 1 Climate variability and change in east Africa A Laing 1
A Gettelman 1
J Dudhia 1
F Witmer 2
J Tribbia 1
1. National Center For Atmospheric Research
2. University of Colorado-Boulder
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5391 P Lane 1 Fire effects on hydrology: lessons from a multi scale catchment experiment P Lane 1
G Sheridan 1
P Noske 1
C Sherwin 1
H Smith 1
P Nyman 1
1. Dept. of Forest and Ecoystem Science, University Of Melbourne Accepted Oral
IAHS 454 M Lange 1 The Risks of Agricultural Development and Irrigation in the Countries of the Mediterranean Basin M Lange 1
A Bruggeman 1
M El-Maayar 1
1. The Cyprus Institute, Energy, Environment And Water Research Center Accepted Poster
IAHS 215 M Latif 1 Assessing Performance of Irrigation Systems Using High Resolution Satellite Imageries M Latif 1 1. Center Of Excellence In Water Resources Engineering Accepted Poster
IAHS 2471 J Latron 1 Inferring Potential Effects of Climate Change on Water Resources in a Mediterranean Mountain Area from Observed Data J Latron 1
P Llorens 1
P Garcia-Estringana 1
F Gallart 1
1. Institute Of Environmental Assessment And Water Research (Idæa-Csic), Barcelona, Accepted Oral
IAHS 2472 J Latron 1 Comparing the Streamflow Response of Two Sub-Mediterranean Mountain Catchments with Different Land Covers N Lana-Renault 1
J Latron 2
D Karssenberg 3
P Serrano 4
D Regüés 4
M.F.P Bierkens 3
1. Universidad de La Rioja, Logroño, Spain - Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands
2. Institute Of Environmental Assessment And Water Research (Idæa-Csic), Barcelona
3. Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht,
4. Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología, CSIC, Zaragoza,
Accepted Poster
IAHS 2473 J Latron 1 Soil Water Content in a Mediterranean Mountain Area. Effect of Seasonality on Local Scale Dynamics P Llorens 1
J Latron 1
C Rubio 2
N Martínez-Carreras 3
J García-Pintado 4
P García-Estríngana 1
F Gallart 1
1. Institute Of Environmental Assessment And Water Research (Idæa-Csic), Barcelona,
2. Lab-Ferrer Environmental Biophysics and Department of Soils, Agri-Food Engineering and Biotechnology, UPC,Castelldefels,
3. Department of Environment and Agro-Biotechnologies. Centre de Recherche Public - Gabriel Lippmann, Belvaux,
4. EuroMediterranean Water Institute, Murcia,
Accepted Poster
IAHS 2474 J Latron 1 Effect of Seasonality on Catchment Scale Near-Surface and Deep Soil Water Content Dynamics in a Mediterranean Mountain Area. P García-Estríngana 1
J Latron 1
P Llorens 1
F Gallart 1
1. Institute Of Environmental Assessment And Water Research (Idæa-Csic), Barcelona Accepted Poster
IAHS 3505 S Lee 1 Hydrologic and geochemical characterization of riverbank filtration at a site in Korea S Lee 1
S Hamm 2
1. Dongguk University
2. Pusan National University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3548 S Lee 1 Use of Temperature as a Tracer to Estimate Vertical Hydraulic Conductivity of Streambed in a Natural Stream S Lee 1
Yunjung Hyun 1
Kang-Kun Lee 1
1. Seoul National University Accepted Oral
IAHS 4867 M Lee 1 Impact of winter snowfall and spring streamflow on Korea under climate change M Lee 1
K Son 1
D Bae 1
1. Sejong University, Korea Accepted Oral
IAHS 5487 J Lee 1 Spatial Patterns of Rainfall Erosive Index based on Monthly Rainfall Amount in Han River Watershed, Korea J Lee 1
J Shin 2
J-H Heo 2
1. Dept. Of Construction Engineering And Environmental Sciences, Korea Military Academy
2. School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 3725 M Lehning 1 Snow Energy Balance and Snow Patch Survival Mechanisms R Mott 1
M Bavay 1
N Dawes 1
M Lehning 1
1. Wsl-Institute For Snow And Avalanche Research Accepted Oral
IAHS 3929 M Lehning 1 Snow Distribution, Wind and Topographic Control and their Respective Scaling Properties in Alpine Terrain M Lehning 1
R Mott 1
M Schirmer 1
N Dawes 1
1. Slf Davos Accepted Oral
IAHS 155 A Lepistö 1 Increasing organic C and N fluxes from a northern Boreal river basin to the coastal areas A Lepistö 1
P Kortelainen 1
1. Finnish Environment Institute, SYKE Accepted Oral
IAHS 245 J Lerat 1 How to quantify uncertainty in water allocation models?  An  exploratory analysis based on hypothetical case studies J Lerat 1
K Tomkins 1
Q Shao 2
L Peeters 1
A Yang 1
1. CSIRO Land And Water
2. CSIRO CMIS
Accepted Oral
IAHS 184 T Letrung 1, 2 Detection the erosion and deposition processes of Hamluong estuary, Mekong river, Southern Vietnam T Letrung 1, 2
Q Li 1
Y Li 1
T Vukien 2
Q Nguyenthai 2
1. State Key Laboratory of Hydrology, Water Resource and Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University, China
2. Water Resources University, Vietnam.
Accepted Oral
IAHS 233 J Lewandowski 1 Groundwater - surface water exchange before and after reopening of a river meander J Lewandowski 1
G Nuetzmann 1
1. Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries Accepted Oral
IAHS 252 C Li 1 Influences of alpine ecosystem responses to climate change on dew yields on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China C Li 1 1. Institute Of Mountain Hazards And Environment, CAS Accepted Oral
IAHS 372 Y Li 1 Assimilation of Streamflow Discharge into a Continuous Flow Forecasting Model Y Li 1
D Ryu 1
Q Wang 2
T Pagano 2
A Western 1
1. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University Of Melbourne
2. CSIRO Land and Water
Accepted Oral
IAHS 440 D Li 1 Flux-Structure parameter relationship for temperature and water vapor D Li 1 1. Princeton University Accepted Oral
IAHS 196 H Li 1 Rainfall-Runoff Model Calibration Using Automatic Optimization with Multi-Objective H Li 1
T Ma 1
M Cao 1
S Ren 2
1. Dalian University Of Technology
2. Shandong Agriculture University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 197 H Li 1 Groundwater Quality Assessment Using the Fuzzy Variable Set Model H Li 1
S Ren 2
T Ma 1
1. Dalian University Of Technology
2. Shandong Agriculture University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 322 Q Li 1,2 Genetic Algorithms Based Hydropower Optimization of the Three Gorges Reservoir Operation by Consideration of Different Water Uses under Two Reservoir Storing Water Schemes Q Li 1,2
M Yu 1,2
1. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hohai University
2. College of Water Resource and Hydrology, Hohai University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 330 Q Li 1,2 Impacts of Three Gorges-Gezhouba Reservoir Cascade on the Thermal Regime of the Yangtze River Q Li 1,2
H Li 1,2
1. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hoh
2. College of Water Resource and Hydrology, Hohai University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 331 Q Li 1,2 Variation Trends of Meteorological variables and Their Impacts on Potential Evaporation in the Hailaer River Basin J Ren 1,2
Q Li 1,2
M Yu 1,2
T Cai 1,2
P Li 1,2
1. State Key Laboratory Of Hydrology-Water Resources And Hydraulic Engineering, Hoh
2. College of Water Resource and Hydrology, Hohai University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 149 G Liu 1 Seasonal changes in runoff characteristics in an permafrost watershed of Qinghai-Tibet plateau G Liu 1
G Wang
1. Institute Of Mountain Hazards And Environment,Cas
2. 2 Graduate School of The Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAHS 250 Y Liu 1,2,4 Satellite-based Estimates of Global Change in Vegetation Moisture over 1988-2008 Y Liu 1,2,4
R de Jeu 2
M McCabe 1
J Evans 3
A van Dijk 4
1. School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2. Department of Hydrology and Geo-Environmental Sciences, VU University, Amsterdam, Netherlands
3. Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
4. CSIRO Land and Water, Canberra, Australia
Accepted Oral
IAHS 286 Y Liu 1 Recent Increased Frequency of Drought Events in Poyang Lake Basin of China: Climate Change or Anthropogenic Effects? Y Liu 1
P Song 2
J Peng 3
Q Fu 4
C Dou 5
1. Nanjing Institute Of Geography And Limnology, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAHS 310 G Liu 1,2 Study on winter wheat evapotranspiration estimation based on Todorovic method G Liu 1,2
M Hafeez 2
Y Liu 1
D Xu 1
1. Department of Irrigation and Drainage, China Institute Of Water Resources And Hydropower Research
2. International Centre of Water for Food Security, Charles Sturt University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 389 S Liu 1 The effects of the oasis on the hydrological regime of the Aksu River S Liu 1
C Zhang 1
S Zhang 1
X Mo 1
1. Key Laboratory Of Water Cycle And Related Land Surface Processes, Institute Of Geographical Sciences And Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAHS 2916 J Liu 1 Comparing analysis of hydroclimatic changes in glacier-fed rivers between the Tibet- and Bhutan-Himalayas J Liu 1
Z Wang 1,4
T Gong 2
T Uyugen 3
1. Institute Of Tibetan Plateau Research
2. Water Resources and Hydrology Bureau of the Tibetan Autonomous Region
3. Bhutan College of Science and Technology
4. Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Accepted Oral
IAHS 287 Y Liu 1,2,3 Estimation of evaporative fraction from top-of-atmosphere radiance J Peng 1,2,3
Y Liu 1
1. Nanjing Institute Of Geography And Limnology, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology
3. Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Accepted Poster
IAHS 299 Y Liu 1,2 Assessing the Effect of Climate Natural Variability in Water Resources Evaluation Impacted by Climate Change Y Liu 1,2
J Zhang 1,2
G Wang 1,2
J Liu 1,2
1. Research Center for Climate Change of Ministry of Water Resources
2. Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute
Accepted Poster
IAHS 390 S Liu 1 The risk analysis from the uncertainty in water resource allocation and the adaptation for the Songhua River Area, China S Liu 1
Y Zhang 1
1. Key Laboratory Of Water Cycle And Related Land Surface Processes, Institute Of G Accepted Poster
IAHS 168 N Lockart 1 Hydro-Climatological Variability in the Murray-Darling Basin N Lockart 1
D Kavetski 1
S.W Franks 1
1. School of Engineering, University Of Newcastle Accepted Oral
IAHS 359 A Lopes 1 Explaining Annual Streamflow Variability of Amazonia Rivers A Lopes 1
J Dracup
1. University Of California At Berkeley Accepted Oral
IAHS 2695 I Lopez-Moreno 1 Spatial Variability of Snow Density over Alpine Terrain: Central Spanish Pyrenees, Spain I López-Moreno 1
S Fassnacht 2
J Latron 3
K Musselman 4
J Jared 2
1. Pyrenean Institute Of Ecology, Csic
2. Colorado State University
3. Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies, ICREA
4. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, INSTAAR
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2696 I Lopez-Moreno 1 Sensitivity of snow processes to precipitation and temperature change: spatial variability in a small basin in the Spanish pyrenees I López-Moreno 1
S Vicente-serrano 1
J Pomeroy 2
1. Pyrenean Institute Of Ecology, Csic
2. Centre for Hydrology, University of Saskatchewan
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2654 J Lopez-Tarazon 1 An Investigation into Sediment Sources and Sediment Storage in the Isabena Catchment, Southern Pyrenees. J Lopez-Tarazon 1
H Smith 2
J Estrany 3
1. Department Of Environment And Soil Sciences - University Of Lleida
2. Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science - Melbourne School of Land and Environment - The University of Melbourne
3. Department of Earth Sciences - University of the Balearic Islands
Accepted Poster
IAHS 527 A Loubet 1 Two-dimensional hydrodynamic modeling of a managed coastal Mediterranean wetland: the Vaccares lagoon system (Rhone delta, Camargue, France) A Loubet 1
O Boutron 1
O Bertrand 2
P Chauvelon 1
1. Fondation Tour Du Valat
2. SOGREAH
Accepted Oral
IAHS 335 S Louvet 1 Agronomy and climatology on a 100.000 km² basin in West Africa S Louvet 1
K Delarue 1
J.E Paturel 1
G Mahé 2
M Vaksmann 3
1. Institut de Recherche pour le Développement - France
2. Institut de Recherche pour le Développement - Maroc
3. Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement - Mali
Accepted Oral
IAHS 412 S Louvet 1 Past and future spatiotemporal variability of rainfall of the Bani catchment in West Africa S Louvet 1
J.E Paturel 1
G Mahé 2
N Vigaud 3
P Roucou 3
1. Institut de Recherche pour le Développement - Montpellier, France
2. Institut de Recherche pour le Développement - Rabat, Maroc
3. Centre de Recherches de Climatologie - Dijon, France
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5916 S Lovejoy 1 Dragon-Kings, Outliers Or Hydrological Extremes? I Tchiguirinskaia 1
D Schertzer 1
S Lovejoy 2
1. Ecole Des Ponts Paristech, U. Paris Est
2. Phys. dept., McGill U.
Accepted Oral
IAHS 285 P Lu 1 A Simple Method to Estimate Soil Thermal Diffusivity P Lu 1
Y Liu 2
1. Nanjing Institute Of Geography And Limnology, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Poster
IAHS 3817 S Lu 1 A Study on the Identity of Environmental Conservation and Policy for the Taiwan Reservoir Watershed Areas S Lu 1
S-H Peng 2
1. Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Taiwan University, and Instructor, Department of Spatial Design, Chienkuo Technology University
2. Department of Spatial Design, Chienkuo Technology University
Accepted Poster
IAHS 425 R Lubis 1 Interaction between river and groundwater in Jakarta megacity, coastal alluvial plain, Indonesia R Lubis 1
S Onodera 2
K Ohnishi 2
M Saito 3
H Bakti 1
1. Research Center For Geotechnology Indonesian Institute Of Sciences (Lipi)
2. Graduate School of Integrated Sciences, Hiroshima University
3. Center for Marine Environment Studies, Ehime University
Accepted Oral
IAHS 172 W Ma 1 Based on meteorological observations for SEBS to retrieve surface heat fluxes using ASTER Data for Irrigation Areas of Australia W Ma 1
M Hafeez 2
C Y 2
R U 2
Y Ma 3
1. Cold And Arid Regions Environmental And Engineering Research Institute,Chinese Academy Of Sciences
2. International Centre of Water for Food Security, Charles Sturt University
3. Laboratory of Tibetan Environment Changes and Land Surface Processes, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAHS 341 Y Ma 1 Third Pole Environment (TPE) Programme: A new base for the study of atmosphere-land interaction over heterogeneous landscape of the Tibetan Plateau and surrounding areas Y Ma 1
T Yao 1
1. Institute Of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAHS 267 T Ma 1 Analysis of Cold-Humid Effect in Baiyangdian Wetland T Ma 1
S.G Xu 1
1. Dalian University Of Technology Accepted Poster
IAHS 5514 X Ma 1 A HYDROLOGICAL SIMULATION USING DOWNSCALING OUTPUT DATA FOR THE LENA RIVER BASIN X Ma 1
M Hara 1
K Suzuki 1
1. Japan Agency For Marine-Earth Science And Technology Accepted Poster
IAHS 135 G Mahe 1 The River Niger and climate change over 100 years G Mahe 1
G Lienou 2
F Bamba 3
J.E Paturel 4
O Adeaga 5
L Descroix 6
A Mariko 7
J.C Olivry 8
S Sangare 9
1. IRD, Universite Mohamed V Agdal,
2. Universite Yaounde I
3. Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs
4. HydroSciences Montpellier,
5. University of Lagos,
6. LTHE
7. Université De Bamako
8. Carqueiranne
9. DNH
Accepted Oral
IAHS 146 G Mahe 1 Estimation of the flooded area of the inner delta of the river Niger in Mali by hydrological balance method and by satellite data G Mahe 1
A Mariko 2
D Orange 3
J.P Bricquet 4
1. IRD, Universite Mohamed V Agdal, BP 8967, 10 000 Rabat Agdal Morocco
2. Universite de Bamako, Bamako, Mali
3. IRD Vietnam, Quartier diplomatique Van Phuc, 298 Kim Ma, Bat 2G appt 202, Hanoi, Vietnam
4. HSM, Case MSE, BP 64501, 34394 Montpellier cedex5, France
Accepted Oral
IAHS 711 R Majumdar 1 Integrated geomorphological and hydrological studies for groundwater resourse evaluation in coastal areas of Sagar Island region,West Bengal,India R Majumdar 1
D Das 2
1. Department Of Geological Sciences,Jadavpur University,Kolkata-700032
2. Coal India Limited,Jaripatka,Nagpur,Pin-440014
Accepted Oral
IAHS 108 S Mallory 1 Hydrological and Stochastic Uncertainty: Linking Hydrological and Water Resources Yield Models in an Uncertainty Framework D Hughes 1
S Mallory 1
B Haasbroek 2
GGS Pegram 3
E Kapangaziwiri 1
1. Institute For Water Research, Rhodes University
2. Hydrosol,
3. Department of Civil Engineering, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban,
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2293 M Manzano 1 Isotopic And Chemical Assessment Of Water Sources And Surface-Groundwater Relationships In The Iberá Wetland System, NE Argentina M Manzano 1
L Rodríguez 2
J Heredia 3
L Vives 4
J Nittman 4
M.E Zabala 4
A Valladares 5
P Aggarwaal 6
L Araguás 6
1. Technical University Of Cartagena, Cartagena, Spain
2. Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe, Argentina
3. Geological Institute of Spain, Madrid, Spain
4. Instituto de Hidrología de Llanuras, Azul, Argentina
5. Subsecretaría de Recursos Hídricos, Buenos Aires, Argentina
6. International Atomic Energy Agency
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2292 M Manzano 1 Isotopic Assessment Of Groundwater-Wetlands Dynamics, Pollution Sources And Natural Attenuation Processes In A Sector Of The Doñana Ramsar Site, SW Spain M Manzano 1
H Higueras 1
E Custodio 2
I Juárez 3
R Aravena 4
A Soler 5
R Puig 5
1. Technical University of Cartagena, Spain
2. Technical University of Catalonia, Spain
3. AMPHOS, L.S. , Chile
4. University of Waterloo, Canada
5. University of Barcelona, Spain
Accepted Poster
IAHS 2864 D Marks 1 Changes in the Phase of Precipitation across the North American Cordillera D Marks 1
J Pomeroy 2
M Reba 1
P Harder 2
1. USDA/ARS Northwest Watershed Research Center
2. University of Saskatchewan, Centre for Hydrology
Accepted Oral
IAHS 114 P Marren 1 Maintaining Floodplain Wetland Environments in the Flow-stressed Anabranching Ovens River, Victoria, Australia P Marren 1
K.L.M Woods 1
1. Department Of Resource Management And Geography, The University Of Melbourne Accepted Oral
IAHS 466 P Marsh 1 Snow accumulation and melt at shrub and tundra sites in the Western Canadian Arctic P Marsh 1
E Endrizzi 2
C Derksen 3
J Pomeroy 2
C Marsh 2
1. NHRC, Environment Canada
2. University of Saskatchewan
3. Environment Canada
4. Simon Fraser University
5. Applied Geomatics Research Group
Accepted Oral
IAHS 460 M Martinkova 1 Modelling of Climate Change Effects on Nitrogen Loads in the Jizera Catchment, Czech Republic M Martinkova 1
V Krysanova 2
C Hesse 2
S Blazkova 1
1. T.G.M. Water Research Institute, p.r.i.
2. Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4648 C Mason 1 Predicting Risk and Magnitude of Large Sediment Loads from Combined Wildfire and Storm Rainfall Events C Mason 1
G Sheridan 1
H Smith 1
O Jones 2
1. Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science, The University Of Melbourne
2. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, The University Of Melbourne
Accepted Poster
IAHS 182 K Matheswaran 1 Investigating the effect of surface water - groundwater interactions on stream temperature using Distributed temperature sensing and instream temperature model K Matheswaran 1
E Boegh 1
J Mortensen 1
M Blemmer 1
D Rosbjerg 2
1. Roskilde University
2. Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Accepted Oral
IAHS 2887 E Matson 1 Red tides, algal skirts, and upside-down redox profiles driven by groundwater discharge into the coral lagoons of Guam, USA. E Matson 1 1. Marine Lab Accepted Oral
IAHS 2152 M Matsunaga 1 The validation of groundwater age dating by using of 85Kr in groundwater M Matsunaga 1
J Shimada 2
M Kagabu 2
R Ikawa 3
S Morita 4
N Momoshima 5
M Tsujimura 6
1. Faculty of Science, Kumamoto Univ., Japan
2. Graduate school of Science and Technology, Kumamoto Univ., Japan
3. Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
4. Nittetsu Mining CO., Ltd., Japan
5. Radioisotope Center, Kyusyu Univ., Japan
6. Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba Univ., Japan
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4968 T Maurer 1 Integrated Assessment of the Impacts of Potential Climate Change on the Water Quantity and Quality, Morphology and Ecology of German Inland Waterways - What Can We Know, What Adaptation Options Shall We Recommend? T Maurer 1
P Krahe 1
N Nilson 1
M Carambia 1
1. Federal Institute Of Hydrology, Koblenz, Germany Accepted Oral
IAHS 4848 D McGuire 1 Forests - The missing link in forest hydrology D McGuire 1 1. ForestrySA Accepted Oral
IAHS 4849 D McGuire 1 Minimising herbicide loss in streamflow from forest catchments D McGuire 1 1. ForestrySA Accepted Oral
IAHS 5886 D McGuire 1 Coupling LIDAR and Remote Sensing to Derive Regional Plantation Wateruse Estimates S Pathirana 1
D.O McGuire 2
B Bradshaw 3
1. Southern Cross University
2. Forestry SA
3. Australian Bluegum Plantations
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1510 R McKibbin 1 Simplified Mathematical Models for Tracer Transport in Layered Aquifer Systems A Ali 1
R McKibbin 1
W Sweatman 1
1. Massey University Accepted Poster
IAHS 3357 H McMillan 1 Use of Multiple Data Types to Evaluate and Diagnose Weaknesses in Hydrological Models H McMillan 1
M Clark 2
D Tetzlaff 3
1. National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research
2. National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder
3. Northern Rivers Institute, School of Geosciences, University of Aberdeen,
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4806 R Mehrotra 1 An iterative nesting bias correction technique to remove systematic biases in GCM outputs R Mehrotra 1
Ashish Sharma
1. University Of New South Wales
2. University Of New South Wales
Accepted Oral
IAHS 329 X Meng 1 South-east Australia's Drought: Numerical Modelling and Land-Atmosphere Feedback X Meng 1
J Evans
M McCabe
1. University Of New South Wales Accepted Oral
IAHS 133 B Mikhail 1 Low Flow Risk Assessment for Water Management M Bolgov 1
E Korobkina 2
1. Water Problems Institute
2. Institute for Water and Environmental Problems, SB RAS
Accepted Oral
IAHS 132 S Milanovskiy 1 Seepage Process in Permafrost near Hydro Unit - Field Observation and Modeling S Milanovskiy 1
A Petrunin 1,2
S Velikin 3
V Istratov
1. Instutute Of Physics Of The Earth Ras
2. GeoForschungsZentrum
3. Viluy Permafrost Station of the Permafrost Institute RAS Siberian Branch
4. Radionda Ltd Company
Accepted Oral
IAHS 153 M Milano 1,4 Assessing the impacts of global changes on the water resources of the Mediterranean basin M Milano 1,4
D Ruelland 2
S Fernandez 4
A Dezetter 3
S Ardoin-Bardin 3
J Fabre 1,4
G Thivet 4
E Servat 3
1. UM2, HydroSciences Montpellier
2. CNRS, HydroSciences Montpellier
3. IRD, HydroSciences Montpellier
4. Plan Bleu
Accepted Poster
IAHS 472 R Minoti 1 Application of the USLE and SWAT model to estimate erosion and diffuse pollution in two tropical watersheds subjected to different uses R Minoti 1
F Silva 2
F Lombardi-Neto 3
S Koide 1
S Crestana 4
1. Universidade de Brasília
2. Universidade Federal de Itajubá
3. Instituto Agronômico de Campinas
4. Embrapa Instrumentação Agropecuária
Accepted Poster
IAHS 426 K Miyaoka 1 Assessment of the groundwater flow system and water quality mixing processes in the Pantanal wetland, Brazil K Miyaoka 1
A Y.Kojima 2
1. Department of Geography, Mie University
2. Universidae Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul
Accepted Oral
IAHS 391 X Mo 1 Simulation of the impacts of climate change on water budget in the Xitiao River Catchment, China X Mo 1
D Meng 1
S Liu 1
1. Key Laboratory Of Water Cycle And Related Land Surface Processes, Institute Of Geographical Sciences And Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy Of Sciences Accepted Oral
IAHS 397 X Mo 1 Estimating the root-layer soil moisture from the multiple data source of remote sensing, processed-based model and ground-based measurement for Baiyangdian Catchment of the North China X Mo 1
J Qiu 1
X Bo 1
S Zhang 1
G Yuan 2
X Song 1
S Liu 1
1. Key Laboratory of Water Cycle and Related Land Surface Processes, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2. Key Laboratory of Ecosystem Network Observation and Modelling, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Accepted Oral
IAHS 333 Y Mohamed 1 The Eastern Nile water accounting Y Mohamed 1 1. UNESCO-IHE
2. HRS-Sudan
Accepted Oral
IAHS 3188 D Moore 1 Representing the Effect of the Katabatic Boundary Layer for Regional Prediction of Turbulent Energy Fluxes over Melting Glaciers J Shea 1
Dan Moore 1
1. The University Of British Columbia Accepted Oral
IAHS 1841 L Moreira 1 Critical reflections on the 2011 flood events in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Queensland, Australia L Moreira 1
S Chen 2
A Righetto 3
1. Federal University Of Rio Grande Do Norte
2. Australian National University
3. Federal University Of Rio Grande Do Norte
Accepted Oral
IAHS 193 T Morrison 1,2 Using a Combined Hydrodynamic and Mixing Model Approach to Quantify Small Saline Groundwater Input into Rivers T Morrison 1,2
S Rayburg 2
C Hughes 3
1. Dhi Water And Environment
2. University of Technology, Sydney; Centre for Environmental Sustainability
3. Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Accepted Oral
IAHS 174 S Mortazavi N 1 Application of multi objective Ant Colony optimization for managing urban drought security in the presence of population growth S Mortazavi N. 1
Li Cui 1
G Kuczera 1
1. University Of Newcastle Accepted Oral
IAHS 4050 R Moussa 1 Invariant morphometric properties of headwater subcatchments R Moussa 1
F Colin 2
M Rabotin 1
D Hallema 1
A Crabit 2
1. Institut National dela Recherche Agronomique
2. Montpellier SupAgro
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4092 R Moussa 1 On the significance of the performance criteria of event-based flood models R Moussa 1 1. Institut National De La Recherche Agronomique Accepted Oral
IAHS 277 A Murad 1 Education of Hydrological Sciences at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) A Murad 1
S Hussein 1
A Gabr 1
1. United Arab Emirates University (Uaeu) Accepted Oral
IAHS 5433 B Muraleedharan 1 Disaggregation of Coarse Resolution Thermal data using Artificial Neural Network Model B Muraleedharan 1
S KP 2
B Narasimhan 3
1. Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras
2. Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras
3. Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras
Accepted Poster
IAHS 1048 P Mzobe 1 SEDIMENT LINKAGES IN A SMALL CATCHMENT IN THE MOUNT FLETCHER SOUTHERN DRAKENSBERG REGION, SOUTH AFRICA P Mzobe 1
K Rowntree 1
1. Rhodes University Accepted Oral
IAHS 4851 T Nakamura 1 Sewage water contamination within the shallow groundwater recharges in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal T Nakamura 1
K Osaka 2
S.K. Chapagain 3
K Nishida 1
F Kazama 1
1. International Research Center For River Basin Environment (Icre), University Of Yamanashi
2. University of Shiga Prefecture, Shiga, Japan
3. Center of Research for Environment Energy and Water (CREEW),Nepal
Accepted Poster
IAHS 706 T Narendra Kumar 1 Increasing Blue and Green Water Use Efficiency in Sodic Watersheds in Monsoon Climate T Narendra Kumar 1 1. Agricultural Scientists Recruitement Board Accepted Oral
IAHS 388 J Ndiritu 1 Incorporating hydrologic reliability in rural rainwater harvesting and run-of-river supply J Ndiritu 1
J Odiyo 2
R Makungo 2
C Ntuli 3
B Mwaka 3
1. University Of The Witwatersrand
2. University of Venda
3. Department of Water Affairs
Accepted Poster
IAHS 3443 J Ndiritu 1 Knowledge and Modelling Gaps for Human-Centred Integrated Water Resources Planning J Ndiritu 1 1. University Of The Witwatersrand Accepted Poster
IAHS 4117 D Neary 1 Experimental Forest Catchment Studies Contributions to the Understanding of  the Effects of Disturbances on Water Quality: Past, Present, and Future D Neary 1 1. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station Accepted Oral
IAHS 4118 D Neary 1 Long-Term Forest Watershed Studies in the Southwest USA: Recycled for Wildfire and Prescribed Fire D Neary 1
G Gottfried 1
P Folliott 2
1. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
2. University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5658 D Neary 1 Sediment Loads and Erosion in Forest Headwater Streams of the Western United States C Hunsaker 1
D Neary 2
1. U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
2. U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
Accepted Poster
IAHS 349 M Neave 1 A comparison of deflation basin (wetland) soils from wet and dry climatic zones M Neave 1
S Rayburg 1
1. University Of Technology, Sydney Accepted Oral
IAHS 239 D Nesterenko 1 Water and ice regime of the rivers of European Russia under climate change N Frolova 1
S Agafonova 1
D Nesterenko 1
1. Moscow State University Accepted Oral
IAHS 115 J Nettles 1 The Water Quality and Quantity Effects of Biofuel Operations in Pine Plantations of the Southeastern US J Nettles 1
M Youssef 2
J Cacho 2
J Grace 3
Z Leggett 1
E Sucre 1
1. Weyerhaeuser Company
2. North Carolina State University
3. US Forest Service
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4337 J Nettles 1 The effects of silvicultural and biofuel operations on water quality and quantity:  Long term experimental watershed studies in poorly drained pine plantations, North Carolina, US. J Nettles 1
W Skaggs 2
D Amatya 3
G Chescheir 2
1. Weyerhaeuser Company
2. North Carolina State University
3. USDA - US Forest Service
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5232 K Nishida 1 Dynamic source tracking of indicator bacteria in groundwater of Kathmandu Valley, Nepal K Nishida 1
T Nakamura 1
S Malla 2
S Chapagain 3
K Osaka 4
E Haramoto 1
Y Tanaka 2
D Inoue 5
K Sei 6
1. ICRE, The Univ. of Yamanashi
2. The Univ. of Yamanashi
3. CREEW, Nepal
4. The Univ. of Shiga Pref.
5. The Univ. of Osaka
6. Kitasato Univ.
Accepted Poster
IAHS 404 U Noell 1 On the opportunity to directly observe surface water - groundwater interaction using electrical resistivity tomography U Noell 1
C Wiessner 1
C.H Ganz 2
1. Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources
2. University of Hannover, Institute for Soil Science
Accepted Oral
IAHS 4773 T Nordblom 1,2,4 Economic demand for water use by new tree plantations versus downstream demand T Nordblom 1,2,4
I Hume 1,2,4
J Finlayson 3,4
1. NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI), New South Wales, Australia;
2. EH Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation (NSW DPI & Charles Sturt University), Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute, Pine Gully Road, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650;
3. School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Western Australia (M089), 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley, WA;
4. Future Farm Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FFI CRC) Australia.
Accepted Oral
IAHS 5410 P Noske 1 The influence of aspect on the hydrology of two small forested catchments after fire P Noske 1
G Sheridan
P Lane
1. The University Of Melbourne Accepted Oral
IAHS 506 K Nosrati 1 The Effects of Hydrological Drought on Water Quality K Nosrati 1 1. Department of Physical Geography, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University Accepted Oral
IAHS 403 M Nowbuth 1 Climate variability and its impacts on the spatial and temporal variation in the quality of groundwater in an island M Nowbuth 1 1. University Of Mauritius Accepted Oral
IAHS 348 B Nurtayev 1 Long term prediction of rivers flow located in the Northern Hemisphere B Nurtayev 1 1. Unemployed Accepted Poster
IAHS 1406 B Nurtayev 1