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Special Sessions on Gas-Hydrate Systems at Fall 2003 AGU Meeting Showcase USGS Work

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Special sessions on "Natural Gas Hydrate from Around the Globe" and "Gas Hydrates in Accretionary Complexes" attracted standing-room-only audiences at the American Geophysical Union (AGU)'s fall meeting in San Francisco, CA, December 8-12, 2003.

The sessions were convened by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists Ginger Barth and David Scholl, together with their Oregon State University colleagues Anne Trehu and Joel Johnson, for the purpose of bringing together the diverse group of gas-hydrates researchers within the AGU community. The program included 32 talks and 45 posters in two action-packed days, including 11 USGS presentations by 22 USGS contributors from offices in Menlo Park, CA, Santa Cruz, CA, Denver, CO, and Woods Hole, MA.

Meeting abstracts can be found online: at the AGU 2003 Fall Meeting Session Information Web page (scroll to Thursday and Friday listings: sessions OS42B and OS42C, OS51B and OS51C, and OS52C and OS52D).

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