Asia Oceania Geosciences Conference 2018
June 3-8, Honolulu, Hawaii
Abstract submission deadline: January 19, 2018
We’d like to draw your attention to a session focused on field and laboratory studies at the 2018 AOGS meeting.
This session will highlight the importance of comprehensive analog studies towards understanding planetary remote sensing datasets, with a focus on the near infrared and thermal infrared. Contributions that probe the links between the small-scale of laboratory (microns to millimeters) and ground/airborne field (centimeters to meters) measurement to the large-scale (10s meters to kilometers) in remote sensing observations to better interpret the dynamics, chemistry, composition, thermophysics, and physical properties of surfaces and
atmospheres are encouraged. This session is open to a diverse range of planetary bodies, including Mercury, Venus, Moon, NEOs, Mars, Martian Moons, MBOs, Trojans, Gas Giants, Ice Giants, Icy Satellites, Irregular Satellites, and Plutoids. New developments of instrumentation and techniques used in field and laboratory studies are also welcome.
Look forward to seeing you in Honolulu!
Kerri Donaldson Hanna