Monday, December 15, 2014

Cobb lab research at AGU Fall Meeting, 2014

The Cobb lab is well-represented at #AGU2014, with myself, Jessica Moerman, and Pamela Grothe all presenting various aspects of our paleoclimate research. There are also many Cobb lab alumni and affiliates here (see below). 

Below is a list detailing when and where Cobb lab research will be featured:

Me:  "What did the largest volcanic eruption in 2 million years do to
 climate? Stalagmites weigh in."

PP31B-1131Signatures of the Toba super-volcano eruption in Borneo stalagmite geochemistry: a multi-proxy approach (ABSTRACT)
Wednesday, December 17, 201408:00 AM - 12:20 PM Moscone West Poster Hall

*Prospective postdocs and grad students are encouraged to meet me at this poster session PP31B on Wed morning between 8-11am in Moscone West.

**Don't miss the Monday 7:30pm screening of Years of Living Dangerously, Episode 3, featuring yours truly in MW 3002. A post-screening panel will feature myself, Chris Mooney (science writer), Joseph Romm, Heidi Cullen (science advisor, Years), and David Gelber (Executive Producer, Years).

Jessica Moerman:  "What do water isotopes really tell us about climate? And why?"

  • PP31D-1171The role of remote versus local climatic influences in shaping seasonal to interannual rainfall isotopic variations in northern Borneo (ABSTRACT)
  • Wednesday, December 17, 201408:00 AM - 12:20 Moscone West Poster Hall

Jessica will also convene the following session:
  • PP31DWater Isotope Systematics: Improving Paleoclimate Interpretations I, II, and III
  • Wednesday, December 17, 201408:00 AM - 12:20  Moscone West Poster Hall
    Wednesday, December 17, 201401:40 PM - 03:40 PM Moscone West 2008
    Wednesday, December 17, 201404:00 PM - 06:00 PM  Moscone West 2008



Pamela Grothe "How can we date 10 times more coral samples at 10 times less cost? And can you trust the resulting dates?"
  • PP41D-1428A Comparison of Rapid-Screen 14C Dates and U/Th Dates from Fossil Corals: Implications for Paleoclimate Reconstruction (ABSTRACT)
  • Thursday, December 18, 2014, Moscone West-Poster Hall

Link to Pam's poster here.



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Here are the appearances of Cobb lab alumni and/or close affiliates:

Bronwen Konecky (currently jointly advised NSF-AGS postdoc fellow)
Multiproxy Records of Indo-Pacific Climate and Environmental Change from Lake Towuti, Indonesia, Since 60 Kyr BP (ABSTRACT)
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 , Moscone West-2010

ENSO and Indo-Pacific Water Isotopes: Observations, Modeling, and Implications for Proxy Reconstructions (ABSTRACT)


Wednesday, December 17, 201408:00 AM - 12:20 PM  Moscone West Poster Hall

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Samantha Stevenson (currently jointly advised NSF-OCE postdoc fellow)

  • PP33A-1210Evaluating the ENSO Impact on Last Millennium Megadroughts Using Improved Coral Forward Models (ABSTRACT)
    • Wednesday, December 17, 201401:40 PM - 06:00 PM Moscone West Poster Hall

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Jessica Conroy (former postdoc, currently Asst. Prof. U. Illinois)
  • PP31D-1167Paired Vapor-Precipitation Isotope Data from Manus, Papua New Guinea (ABSTRACT)


Wednesday, December 17, 201408:00 AM - 12:20 PM Moscone West Poster Hall

  • PP34A-01A 2000-year high-resolution lacustrine record of El NiƱo Southern Oscillation from the center of the Eastern Equatorial Pacific region (Genovesa crater lake, Galapagos Islands) (ABSTRACT)
  • Wednesday, December 17, 201404:00 PM - 04:15 PM Moscone West 2010

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Julien Emile-Geay (former postdoc, currently Asst. Prof, Univ. Southern California)
PP44B-01The Paleoclimate Uncertainty Cascade: Tracking Proxy Errors Via Proxy System Models. (ABSTRACT)




https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm14/meetingapp.cgi#Paper/6081

Julien will also be hosting a multi-session extravaganza on climate of the last millennia:
  • PP21EClimate of the Common Era I
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    Tuesday, December 16, 201408:00 AM - 10:00 AM Moscone West 2008

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    Jud Partin (former PhD student, currently Research Scientist at UT-Austin)
    • A11B-3023Varied Spatial Response of the SPCZ on Multi-decadal Timescales over the past 500 Years (ABSTRACT)
    • Monday, December 15, 201408:00 AM - 12:20 PM Moscone West Poster Hall

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    Nele Meckler (fellow Mulu stalagmite addict and field buddy, currently at U. Bergen)
    • PP31B-1130Comparison of temperature proxies in tropical stalagmites (ABSTRACT)
    • Wednesday, December 17, 201408:00 AM - 12:20 PM Moscone West Poster Hall

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