Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism


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GP001. Bio-geomagnetism, biogenic magnetic minerals, and the environment
Ioan Lascu | Smithsonian Institution
John Tarduno | Univ Rochester
France Lagroix | IPGP
Yongxin Pan | Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
GP003. Chronostratigraphy using Magnetic Methods
Kenneth Kodama | Lehigh University
Linda Hinnov | George Mason University Fairfax
Luigi Jovane | Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo
GP004. Environmental Processes Revealed through Soil and Sediment Magnetism
Jessica Till | University of Iceland
Christoph Geiss | Trinity College
Ioan Lascu | Smithsonian Institution
GP005. Frontiers in electromagnetic methods
Steven Constable | Univ California San Diego
Paul Bedrosian | USGS
Gary Egbert | Oregon State Univ
GP006. General Contributions in Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism
France Lagroix | IPGP
Laurie Brown | University of Massachusetts Amherst
GP007. Marine Magnetics, 50 years after Plate Tectonics
Florent Szitkar | JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Jerome Dyment | IPGP, CNRS UMR 7154
Masakazu Fujii | NIPR National Institute of Polar Research (Japan)
GP008. Motion Between Hotspots and True Polar Wander
Richard Gordon | Rice Univ
Paul Wessel | Univ Hawaii
Joann Stock | Caltech
Jason Phipps Morgan | Royal Holloway University of London
GP009. Planetary Magnetism and Core Processes
Sonia Tikoo | Rutgers University
Douglas Hemingway | University of California Berkeley
Rona Oran | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Matthieu Laneuville | Tokyo Institute of Technology
GP010. Reconstructing the paleomagnetic field: from data to models
Anita Di Chiara | Plymouth University
Monika Korte | GFZ Potsdam
Julie Carlut | Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
Maxwell Brown | University of Iceland
GP011. Refining Our Understanding of Earth and Planetary Magnetic Processes with Accurate Paleointensity Estimates
Huapei Wang | China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
Greig Paterson | University of Liverpool
Joseph Grappone | University of Liverpool
GP012. The Polar Geomagnetic Field in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres
Guillaume St-Onge | Univ Quebec a Rimouski
Joseph Stoner | Oregon State University
GP013. Understanding Active Earth Systems through Combined MT/EM and Seismic Datasets
Ninfa Bennington | University of Wisconsin Madison
Paul Bedrosian | USGS
Robert Evans | WHOI
Adam Schultz | Oregon State University
DI006. Connecting the Dynamics of Earth's Deep Interior and the Evolution of the Magnetic Field
Courtney Sprain | University of Liverpool
Margaret Avery | University of California Berkeley
Richard Bono | University of Liverpool
Peter Driscoll | Carnegie Institution for Science
G008. Geodetic and Magnetic Investigations of Crust and Mantle of Earth and Other Planetary Bodies
Alain Plattner | California State University Fresno
Christopher Harig | Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona
Kevin Lewis | Princeton University
NH027. Pre-Earthquake Processes: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Earthquake Prediction Studies
Dimitar Ouzounov | Chapman University
Sergey Pulinets | Space Research Institute (IKI)
Katsumi Hattori | Graduate School of Science, Chiba University
Patrick Taylor | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
S011. Frontiers of Uncertainty Quantification in Geoscientific Inversion
Vedran Lekic | University of Maryland College Park
Burke Minsley | USGS Geology, Geophysics, and Geochemistry Science Center
Louise Pellerin | Green Geophysics
Jan Dettmer | University of Calgary
T011. Current understanding of large igneous provinces, hotspot tracks, and mantle plumes
William Sager | University of Houston
Anthony Koppers | Oregon State University
Cornelia Class | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Trond Torsvik | University of Oslo