CEDAR email: 3rd International ANGWIN Workshop: High-Latitude Wave Dynamics and Coupling

Moffat-Griffin, Tracy tmof at bas.ac.uk
Mon Sep 7 08:33:19 MDT 2015

Dear colleagues,

Please find below the first circular advertising the upcoming ANGWIN workshop.


3rd International ANGWIN Workshop: High-Latitude Wave Dynamics and Coupling

Location: Cambridge, U.K.

Dates: 12th-14th April 2016

The Antarctic Gravity Wave Instrument Network (ANGWIN) is a highly successful grassroots program that was started in 2011. ANGWIN aims to use the network of instrumentation at international research stations covering Antarctica with the primary research goal of quantifying and understanding the dominant sources, propagation and impact of a broad spectrum of gravity waves on a continental-wide scale.

This workshop will bring together new measurements and modelling studies of gravity waves in both the Antarctic and Arctic to gain new insights into their large-scale effects on circulation and vertical coupling through the polar regions lower, middle and upper atmosphere and ionosphere.

More detailed information will be provided in early 2016.  Any queries should be addressed to the chair of the Local Organising Committee: Tracy Moffat-Griffin (tmof at bas.ac.uk<mailto:tmof at bas.ac.uk>)

Local Organising Committee (British Antarctic Survey):
Tracy Moffat-Griffin (Chair), Andrew Orr, Andrew Kavanagh, Scott Hosking

Scientific Organizing Committee:
Mike J. Taylor (Utah State University), Takuji Nakamura, Mitsumu K. Ejiri (National Institute of Polar Research, Japan), Tracy-Moffat Griffin (British Antarctic Survey), Damian Murphy (Australian Antarctic Division), and Hisao Takahashi (National Institute for Space Research, Brazil).

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