AGU Fall Meeting 2020

Shaping the Future of Science #AGU20

Dec. 1 to Dec. 17, 2020

7:00 am – 4:00 pm MST

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Online Everywhere | 1-17 December 2020

#AGU20 Fall Meeting will be one of the world's largest virtual scientific conferences, with exciting programming and events. This will be our most diverse, engaging and dynamic Fall Meeting to date.

#AGU20 is scheduled from 1-17 December to accommodate over a thousand hours of virtual content to minimize conflicts while maximizing global engagement. Scientific program content will be available on-demand, with pre-recorded oral presentations and virtual posters available for attendees to view and peruse outside of the scheduled live Q&A sessions during the meeting. 

RAL AGU Schedule Lineup

Monday, December 7, 2020

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

  • Projected potential fish distribution under climate change in a heavily regulated, fragmented river system
    Yifan Cheng, Poster, 04:00 - 20:59 PST
  • Estimation of PM2.5 concentrations in New York State: Understanding the influence of vertical mixing on surface PM2.5 using machine learning
    Wei-Ting Hung, Poster, 04:00 - 20:59 PST
  • Implementation of an Impact-based Decision Support Weather Forecast System in Barbados
    Paul Kucera, Poster, 05:00 - 22:20
  • Earth System Science Machine Learning Challenge Problems
    David Gagne, Speaker, 05:46 - 05:50 PST

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Friday, December 11, 2020

Monday, December 14, 2020

  • Urban Heat Risks in a Changing Climate
    Olga Wilhelmi, Speaker, 10:04 - 10:08 PST
  • Local-Scale Predictors of Fire Spread Across the U.S. (2001-2019)
    Amy DeCastro, Poster, 04:00 - 20:59 PST
  • A Fire-Spotting Parameterization Coupled with the WRF-Fire Model
    Maria Frediani, Poster, 04:00 - 20:59 PST

  • A Modeling System for Predicting the Behavior of Wildland Fires by Simulating Their Two-Way Interaction with the Atmosphere
    Jason Knievel, Poster, 04:00 - 20:59 PST 
  • GC081-07 Projected Effects of Climate Change on Simultaneous North American Megafires Based on NA-CORDEX Regional Climate Simulations
    Seth McGinnis, Speaker, 04:24-04:28 PST

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

  • Quantifying uncertainty in deterministic observed meteorological datasets: A case study applied to large-domain gridded NLDAS-2 daily precipitation and temperature fields 
    Liu Hongli, Speaker, 07:00 - 07:04 PST
  • Using Precipitation Data Sets and Quantifying Associated Uncertainties in Hydrometeorological and Climate Impact Applications I
    Paul Kucera, Speaker, Chair, H175 08:00 - 09:00
  • A194-06 A novel high-resolution long-term gridded meteorology dataset including urban heat islands over the contiguous United States for health studies
    Andy Newman, Speaker, 8:50-8:54 PST
  • Spatial floods in the United States: understanding, modeling, and hazard estimation
    Manuela Brunner, Poster, 04:00-20:59 MST
  • Machine Learning in Hydrologic Forecasting II Posters
    Amir Mazrooei, Poster, Chair, 04:00 - 20:59 PST

  • Improving seasonal streamflow forecasts by assimilating high-resolution radar precipitation and snow data
    Ridwan Siddique, Poster, 04:00 - 20:59 PST
  • Using Precipitation Data Sets and Quantifying Associated Uncertainties in Hydrometeorological and Climate Impact Applications II 
    Paul Kucera, Poster, H169, 05:00-22:20
  • Machine Learning in Hydrologic Forecasting I
    Amir Mazrooei, Oral, Chair, 19:00 - 20:00 PST

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Thursday, December 17, 2020

  • Improving U.S. fine particulate matter air quality forecasts during wildfires based on chemical data assimilation
    Cenlin He, Speaker, 07:12 - 07:16 PST