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Sujet : [IGSMAIL-7321] Earth and Planetary Rotation Session at AGU (33789)
De . Gross, Richard S (335N) - richard.s.gross@jpl.nasa.gov
Date : 25-Jun-2016 21:45 - en-US
À : ivsmail@ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov, igsmail@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov, slr-mail.dgfi@tum.de
Cc : jm.ferrandiz@ua.es, veronique.dehant@oma.be

















Dear Colleagues -





As part of the 2016 Fall Meeting of the AGU that will be held in San Francisco, California during 12-16 December 2016 there will be a session on "Earth and Planetary Rotation: Improving Theories, Models and Observations". 
The

description of the session is given below. 











On behalf if the conveners I would like to draw your attention to this session and encourage you to participate in it.  We are developing a rich session that will showcase the importance of Earth and planetary rotation measurements for gaining greater understanding

of Earth and planetary systems. I hope that you will be able to join us in San Francisco for this exciting session. More information about the 2016 Fall Meeting can be

obtained from its web site at <http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2016>
.







Please note that abstracts must be submitted to AGU by August 3, 2016.





Hope to see you in San Francisco!





Best regards,






Richard









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Session ID# 12753: Earth and Planetary Rotation: Improving Theories, Models and Observations





Variations in the rotation, precession, and nutation of the Earth and other planets like Mars are caused by processes both

external and internal to them. For the Earth, the increasing accuracy and temporal resolution of the observations provided by current and next generation measurement systems allow smaller amplitude and higher frequency signals to be observed, motivating improvements

in both theories and models of Earth rotation variations. For the other planets like Mars, new missions to them will allow better understanding of their rotational variations. These improved theories, models, and observations allow greater understanding of

the many processes that are causing the rotation, precession, and nutation of the Earth and other planets to change. This session will be a forum for discussing the improved theories, models, and observations of variations in Earth and planetary rotation.






Conveners:





Richard Gross


Jet Propulsion Laboratory


richard.gross@jpl.nasa.gov





Veronique Dehant


Royal Observatory of Belgium


veronique.dehant@oma.be





Jose Ferrandiz


University of Alicante


jm.ferrandiz@ua.es





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