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GH001. AGU Climate Solutions Conferences (CSC) - Building Multidisciplinary Climate Change Solutions Partnerships
James Byrne | University of Lethbridge
Roland Kroebel | Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
GH002. Airborne Particulate Matter: Linking sources and composition to specific health effects
Arthur Chan | University of Toronto
Vishal Verma | Univ. of Southern CaliforniaUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Yinon Rudich | Weizmann Institute of Science
Ralf Zimmermann | Univ of Rostock
GH003. Arctic Geohealth: climate change and health impacts in northern high latitudes
Jeremy Littell | USGSUSGS, DOI Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center
Brendan Rogers | University of California Irvine
Sandra Starkweather | Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
Stephen Gray | USGS, DOI Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center
GH004. Building Bridges to Global Health, Resilience and Sustainability
Greg Wessel | Geology in the Public Interest
Jeffrey Greenberg | Wheaton College
Heidi Roop | University of Washington
GH005. Characterization of atmospheric nanoparticles and their impact on health
Omar Al-Qudah | Texas A&M University Kingsville
Abdelmoula Haboub | Nikon Research Corporation of America
Hamed El-Mashad | University of California Davis
GH006. Climate link to infectious diseases: Toward development of successful early warning systems
Kristie Ebi | University of Washington Seattle Campus
Masahiro Hashizume | Nagasaki University
Glenn McGregor | Durham University
Swadhin Behera | JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
GH007. Developing Climate Information and Services to Predict and Prevent Climate-Sensitive Health Risks
Lisa Vaughan | NOAA Ocean and Atmospheric Research
Juli Trtanj | NOAA
Jeff Morgan | Joint Research and Development (JRAD)
GH008. Earth System Interactions and implications for Geohealth
James Crooks | National Jewish HealthNational Jewish Health
Robert Van Pelt | Temple University
Thomas Gill | University of Texas at El Paso
Daniel Tong | George Mason University
GH009. Environmental Influences on Transnational Outbreaks and Pandemics
Anthony Nguy-Robertson | National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Jesse Bell | University of Nebraska Medical Center
Jean-Paul Chretien | Defense Intelligence Agency
GH010. Environment, Health, and Infectious Disease: The Rapidly Changing Landscape of GeoHealth
Theresa Schwerin | Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Russanne Low | Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Peder Nelson | Oregon State University
Sara Paull | University of Colorado
GH011. From Research to Practice: Lessons learned from partnerships in community resilience and climate-health risk management
Meredith Jennings | Harris County Public HealthNational Academy of Sciences' Gulf Research Program
Rachel Licker | Union of Concerned Scientists
Ali Mostafavi | Texas A&M University College Station
GH012. Geochemistry and Health: Involving Communities in Measuring their Environment
Franziska Landes | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Gabriel Filippelli | IUPUI
Aubrey Miller | National Institutes of Health
GH013. Global Warming, Urban Heat Island and Public Health: Vulnerability, Impacts, and Adaption
Kevin Czajkowski | University of Toledo
Nguyen Anh | National Central University
Yuei-An Liou | National Central University
GH014. Improving heat stress-related health outcomes through adaptation and mitigation - advances in modeling heat stress hazards, exposure, and vulnerability
Rachel Licker | Union of Concerned Scientists Washington DC
Juan Declet-Barreto | Union of Concerned Scientists Washington DC
Meredith Jennings | Harris County Public HealthNational Academy of Sciences' Gulf Research Program
Kristina Dahl | Union of Concerned Scientists Washington DC
GH015. Learning from our ancestors: Using modern earth science methods to understand ancient practices
Kenneth Verosub | Univ California DavisUniversity of California Davis
Irina Delusina | Univ. of California, Davis
GH017. Natural, Anthropogenic, Biogenic Air Emissions and Human Health
Ramesh Singh | Chapman University
Gabriel Filippelli | IUPUI
Minghua Zhang | SUNY Stony Brook
GH018. Ocean Health,Environmental Hazards, and Social Justice :Information and Communication for Resilience and Sustainability of GeoHealth.
Kalpana Chaudhari |
PT Karule | YCCE,Nagpur
Pasquale de Toro | Interdepartmental Research Center in Urban Planning ‘Alberto Calza Bini’, The University of Naples ‘Federico II’
Maria Cerreta | "Planning and Sustainable Design of the Port Areas", The University of Naples ‘Federico II’
GH019. Projected Health Effects of Climate Change Impacts on Air Quality
Allison Crimmins | Environmental Protection Agency Washington DC
Neal Fann | US Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park
GH021. Short-Lived Pollutants in the Human-Climate System
Sam Heft-Neal | Stanford University
Jennifer Burney | University of California San Diego
Kate Ricke | University of California San Diego
GH022. The Impacts of Climate and Climate Change on Infectious Disease
Morgan Gorris | University of California Irvine
Jesse Bell | Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellite North Carolina State
GH023. The Value and Impact of Environmental and Human Health Indicators for Environmental Decisions Makers
Meridith Fry | Environmental Protection Agency Washington DC
Kevin Summers | Environmental Protection Agency Gulf Breeze
Scot Hagerthey | Environmental Protection Agency Washington DC
GH024. Understanding Linkages Between Drought and Public Health: Can We Improve Drought Early Warning?
Amanda Sheffield | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Nicole Wall | University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jesse Bell | Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellite North Carolina State
GH025. Using NASA’s Satellite and Suborbital Measurements, and Modelling for Health and Air Quality Applications
Sue Estes | NASA/USRA
Ali Omar | NASA/Langley Research Ctr
John Haynes | NASA Headquarters
. The 2018 Eruptions of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii and Fernandina and Sierra Negra Volcanoes, Galápagos
Ingrid Johanson | Univ California Berkeley
Matthew Patrick | USGS
Gregory Waite | Michigan Technological University
Claire Horwell | Durham University
B051. Modeling the why, where and when of regional forest decline
Chuixiang Yi | CUNY Queens College
George Hendrey | CUNY Queens College
H023. Applications of Machine Learning and Data Cubes in Remote Sensing
Hamed Alemohammad | Radiant.Earth
Brian Killough | NASA Langley Research Center
Steven Brumby | Descartes Labs, Inc.World Resources Institute
Kaiyu Guan | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
OS003. Air-sea interaction from tropics to extratropics: ocean mesoscales, teleconnections, and climate predictions
Hyodae Seo | WHOI
Masami Nonaka | Application Laboratory, JAMSTEC
Niklas Schneider | Univ Hawaii
Larry O'Neill | Oregon State University
OS044. Unprecedented Bering Sea Ice Extent and Impacts to Marine Ecosystems and Western Alaskan Communities
Emily Osborne | NOAA Climate Program Office
Molly McCammon | Alaska Ocean Observing System
Olivia Lee | University of Alaska Fairbanks
U005. Critical GeoHealth Disaster Research to Support Response, Recovery, and Future Preparedness
Claire Horwell | Durham University
Ramesh Singh | Chapman University
Benjamin Zaitchik | Johns Hopkins University
Aubrey Miller | National Institutes of Health
U022. Toward a More Resilient Global Society.
Amir AghaKouchak | University of California, Irvine
Ben van der Pluijm | University of Michigan Ann Arbor