CEDAR email: SA008 Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling at Fall AGU abstracts due 8 Aug

emery at hao.ucar.edu emery at hao.ucar.edu
Thu Jul 19 09:59:08 MDT 2012

>From Naomi Maruyama (naomi.maruyama at noaa.gov) on 18 July 2012.

Dear colleagues,

You are cordially invited to submit an abstract to our AGU fall session:

SA008 (CO-SPONSORED by SM): Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere
Coupling and its Consequences

*- How can we improve our consistent picture of the fully coupled system?
*- How can we optimally use new capabilities of observations and modeling
both in the magnetosphere and the ionosphere-thermosphere?

Abstract submission deadline is approaching to 8th Aug. The detailed
session information can be found:

Hope to see you there,
Naomi Maruyama,
Vladimir Sotnikov,
Larry Lyons,
Tony Kim


"New space and ground-based observations and modeling advances are
greatly improving our consistent understanding of the dynamics and
structures coupling the inner magnetosphere, ionosphere, plasmasphere,
and thermosphere. Electrodynamics, particle precipitation, and neutral
winds all play crucial roles in the coupling. Consequences of the
coupling include SAPS, smaller scale SAID structures, and
irregularities. Despite substantial progress, a consistent picture of
the fully coupled system remains a challenge. Scientists from
magnetospheric, ionospheric and atmospheric disciplines are invited to
bring their own perspectives on where we are and how to seek new ways to
address the coupling questions in a consistent manner."

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