Planetary Science Sessions at 2013 AGU Fall Meeting

Below is the list of all approved Planetary Science sessions slated for the 2013 AGU Fall Meeting. Scheduling will occur at the next Program Committee meeting in September (note that the “P” session designations are temporary and will be changed once scheduling is complete). More details can be found on the AGU Fall Meeting Web site. Should you have any questions or concerns about the program, feel free to contact the PS Program Committee representatives, Nathan Bridges and Joern Helbert. Based on the diversity and scope of these sessions, the 2013 AGU Fall Meeting should be a very exciting meeting.

P001     Planetary Sciences General Contributions
P002     Accretion, core-mantle differentiation and early planetary evolution
P003     Atmospheric escape, upper atmospheres, ionospheres, and plasma interactions at Mars
and Venus
P004     Characterizing Small Solar System Bodies
P005     Destination: Europa
P006     Dynamic Mars from Long-Term Observations
P007     Dynamic processes in Mars’s atmosphere
P008     Enceladus: Little Moon, Big Possibilities
P009     Evolutions, interactions and origins of Outer Planet Satellites
P010     First Results of C/2012 S1 (ISON): Comet of the Century?
P011     Gale crater, Mars: Comparing geochemistry and geomorphology from
remote sensing, in situ  measurements, laboratory data, and terrestrial analogs
P012     Geophysical Investigations of Planetary Volatiles
P013     Geophysics of Satellites and Small Bodies
P014     High Priority Investigations for Venus Exploration
P015     Icy Bodies: from laboratory to space missions
P016     Impact Cratering: Terrestrial Observations and Planetary Applications
P017     Mars Science Laboratory: Bradbury Landing through Yellowknife Bay
P018     Mercury after Two Years of MESSENGER Orbital Observations
P019     Planetary Atmospheres and Evolution
P020     Planetary Rings: Theory and Observation
P021     Polarimetry as an invaluable tool to study the Solar System and beyond
P022     Rapid Environmental Change and the Fate of Planetary Habitability
P023     Rosetta, Comets, and the Origins of the Solar System
P024     Sagan Lecture
P025     Saturn’s Northern Spring — From Storms to Polar Vortices
P026     Shape, Internal Structure, Gravity, and Winds of Jupiter and Saturn
P027     Shoemaker Lecture
P028     Solar System Dusty Plasma
P029     The Science of Exploration as enabled by the Moon, NEAs and the moons of Mars
P030     Thermal Modeling of Terrestrial and Planetary Bodies
P031     Titan’s Enigmatic Atmosphere and Ionosphere
P032     Titan- A Solar System Enigma
P033     Tracking Down Life – Star Biosignatures, Biomarker Systems or the Ensemble Cast?
P034     Using Topography to Investigate the Evolution of Solar System Bodies
P035     Whipple Lecture