264 T11. Global Warming Science: Implications for Geoscientists, Educators, and Policy Makers II
(GSA Geoscience Education Division; The American Quaternary Association (AMQUA); GSA Geology and Health Division; GSA Geology and Society Division; GSA Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division; National Association of Geoscience Teachers; Gulf Coast A)

Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 1:30 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, General Assembly Theater Hall B
Presiding:
George T. Stone and Andrew M. Buddington
1:35 PM
Recent Land Ice Mass Changes Determined from Satellite Gravimetry
Scott B. Luthcke, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
1:55 PM
2:10 PM
The Arctic as the Hotbed of Climate Change
Julienne Stroeve, CIRES, University of Colorado; Mark Serreze, CIRES, University of Colorado
2:25 PM
Past, Present, and Future of Permafrost in a Changing World
Vladimir Romanovsky, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Guido Grosse, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Sergei Marchenko, University of Alaska Fairbanks
2:40 PM
Ice Dynamics Effects of Ocean and Atmospheric Temperature Changes
Sridhar Anandakrishnan, Pennsylvania State University; Richard Alley, Pennsylvania State Univ; Byron Parizek, Penn State University
2:55 PM
Monitoring Lemon Glacier Using a Wireless Sensor Network in Juneau, Alaska: The SEAMONSTER Project
Matt Heavner, Univeristy Alaska Southeast; Rob Fatland, Microsoft; Eran Hood, University Alaska Southeast; Cathy Connor, Univ Alaska Southeast; Marijke Habermann, Univeristy Alaska Fairbanks; Logan Berner, Western Washington University
3:10 PM
3:25 PM
Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity and Human Health
Camille Parmesan, University of Texas at Austin
3:40 PM
Ocean Acidification during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: Lessons for the Future
James C. Zachos, University of California Santa Cruz; Richard E. Zeebe, University of Hawaii at Manoa
3:55 PM
Ocean Acidification: How We Have Changed the Chemistry of the World's Oceans and Implications for Calcifying Organisms
Kathryn E. Fagan, University of Washington; Richard A. Feely, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Christopher L. Sabine, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
4:10 PM
Sea Level Is Risen. Storms Are a Certainty. Now What?
David M. Bush, University of West Georgia; Robert S. Young, Western Carolina University; William J. Neal, Grand Valley State University
4:25 PM
Climate System Models and Their Role in Climate Change Research
Caspar M. Ammann, National Center for Atmospheric Research
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