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Regarding the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake, which occurred in April 14th and 16th, 2016, we will have a special session during the JpGU Meeting 2016.
Here we welcome participants from various fields. We are waiting for your participation on this session.
Oral : May 25th (WED) AM1/AM2
Poster: May 25th (WED) 5:15pm- / May 26th (THU) 3:30pm-
Abstract submission: From 28th April through 12th May at 18:00 JST
Union Session List
Union sessions are the ones to make earth planetary science frontier and its challenges as a whole known to researchers of this community.
Public sessions are the ones to make the ordinary people know the fruits of earth planetary science researches, planned by Japan Geoscience Union. They are all free of charge.
JpGU-AGU Joint sessions
Geoscience and society
Earth and Planetary satellite observation projects Part I
Outer Solar System Exploration Today, and Tomorrow
Mesosphere-Thermosphere-Ionosphere Coupling in the Earth's Atmosphere
Space Weather, Space Climate, and VarSITI
Magnetospheric Multi-Scale (MMS) mission -- A new age of magnetospheric physics
Inner magnetosphere: Latest results and new perspectives
High performance computing of next generation weather, climate, and environmental sciences using K
Marine ecosystem and biogeochemical cycles: theory, observation and modeling
Ocean Mixing Frontiers
Subsurface Mass Transport and Environmental Assessment
Multi-scale ocean-atmosphere interaction in the tropics
Asia-Pacific climate variations on diurnal to secular time scales
Continental-Oceanic Mutual Interaction: Global-scale Material Circulation through River Runoff
Development and application of land and ocean biogeochemistry components of Earth system models
Earth and Planetary satellite observation project Part II
Coupled Human-Water Dynamics across Scales: Observations, Understanding, Modeling, and Management
Implementing Geoscience Research for the Earth's Future
Landslides and related phenomena
Geoscientific applications of high-definition topography and geophysical measurements
DELTAS: multidisciplinary analyses of complex systems
Earthquake early warning developments around the world
Frontier studies on subduction zone megathrust earthquakes and tsunamis
Rethinking Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis
Full vector geomagnetic and paleomagnetic secular variation: direction, intensity and dynamo simulations
Structure and dynamics of Earth and Planetary deep interiors
Structure and Dynamics of Suboceanic Mantle
Hard-Rock Drilling: Oceanic Lithosphere to Continental Crust Formation
Do plumes exist?
Geodynamic evolution of northeast Asia and western Pacific
Tectonic processes on the incoming plate seaward of the trench: Inputs to subduction zones
Oceanic and Continental Subduction Processes-I, from petrologic-geochemical perspective
Supercontinents and Crustal Evolution
Oceanic and Continental Subduction Processes-II, from structural-petrologic perspective
Volatile Cycles in the Deep Earth - from Subduction Zones to the Mantle and Core
Stress geomechanics: observations, modelings and implications
Hydrogen in the Earth's interior from the crust to the core
Intermediate-depth and deep earthquakes
Recent advances and future directions in slow earthquake science
Astrobiology: Origins, Evolution, Distribution of Life
Fate and transport of radionuclides in atmospheric, marine, aquatic, and pedospheric environments
Biomineralization and the Geochemistry of Proxies -Field ecology, Laboratory culture and Paleo
Earth and Planetary Science Frontiers for Life and Global Environment
Environmental, socio-economic and climatic changes in Northern Eurasia and their feedbacks to the Earth System
IGGP of the future
Interdisciplinary studies on pre-earthquake processes
Open Research Data and Interoperable Science Infrastructures for Earth & Planetary Sciences
Cryoseismology - a new proxy for detecting surface environmental variations of the Earth -
Lunch time special lectures.
Details are informed as soon as fixed.