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SEI at AGU Fall Meeting 2022

AGU (American Geophysical Union) Fall Meeting is the most influential event in the world dedicated to the advancement of Earth and space sciences.

Every year, AGU Fall Meeting convenes >25,000 attendees from 100+ countries to share research and network. Researchers, scientists, educators, students, policymakers, enthusiasts, journalists and communicators attend AGU Fall Meeting to better understand our planet and environment and our role in preserving its future at a results-oriented gathering.

12 to 16 December 2022

Agenda

Monday, 12 December 2022

11:30 – 11:40 CST, McCormick Place – E451b (Lakeside, Level 4)

Socially-informed urban aquifer analysis: evaluating the role of aggregation scale in modeling differential impacts of groundwater pumping policies

  • First author: Marina Reyes Lopez Mautner

Wednesday, 14 December 2022

16:45 – 18:18 CST, McCormick Place – S406b (South, Level 4)

Making Climate Data Actionable: Tailored Products and Tools Based on User Needs I Oral

  • Convener: Julia Barrott

Thursday, 15 December 2022

08:00 – 09:00 CST, Online Only

Making Climate Data Actionable: Tailored Products and Tools Based on User Needs II Online Poster Discussion

  • Convener: Julia Barrott

09:00 – 12:30 CST, McCormick Place – Poster Hall, Hall A (South, Level 3)

Making Climate Data Actionable: Tailored Products and Tools Based on User Needs III Poster

  • Chair: Julia Barrott

Socioeconomic Modeling for Water Resource Planning: Optimizing Crop Distribution in the Bolivian Andes under Hydrologic and Social Constraints

  • Authors: Marina Reyes Lopez Mautner, Laura Forni
  • Presenting author: Claudia Coleoni

17:20 – 17:30 CST, McCormick Place – S504abc (South, Level 5)

A New Data-Driven Inundation Forecasting Technique: Forecasting Inundation Extents using Rotated empirical orthogonal function analysis (FIER) and Its Economic Impact on Lower Mekong

  • Author: Thanapon Piman

Friday, 16 December 2022

09:00 – 12:30 CST, McCormick Place – Poster Hall, Hall A (South, Level 3)

A Review of Environmental Applications of Remote Sensing in Tribal Communities in Northern California and Recommendations for Combining Spatial Data with Traditional Approaches to Water and Land Conservation

  • First author: Jeanne Fernandez
  • Authors: AJ Wickel, Laura Forni

16:45 – 16:55 CST, McCormick Place – E451b (Lakeside, Level 4)

Application of a large-scale fully distributed physically-based hydrological model and the modified climate zone-based Thiessen Polygon method for flow simulations in the Himalaya Region (Invited)

  • First author: Thanapon Piman

SEI participants

Marina Mautner

Scientist

SEI US

Profile picture of Julia Barrott
Julia Barrott

Impact and Learning Officer

Global Operations

SEI Oxford

Laura Forni

Water Program Director

SEI US

Cláudia Coleoni

Research Associate

SEI Latin America

Thanapon Piman
Thanapon Piman

Senior Research Fellow

SEI Asia

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