CEDAR email: Cross-disciplinary Session SM002 on ground magnetic perturbations at AGU Fall Meeting

Christopher Russell ctrussel at igpp.ucla.edu
Wed Jul 20 20:36:33 MDT 2016

Is Ultima planning an AGU meeting?

On Wed, 20 Jul 2016, Peter Chi wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
> At the upcoming AGU Fall Meeting, we will hold a cross-disciplinary session
> on the geospace and earth sources of magnetic field perturbations on the
> ground. THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY where both geospace and earth aspects in
> ground-based magnetometer observations are discussed in the same session,
> facilitating future interpretation of geomagnetic data in a broader
> geospace-earth framework.
> You are cordially invited to participate in this cross-disciplinary
> session. All abstracts with ground-based magnetometer observations are
> welcome. Please see below for the detailed session description and submit
> abstracts *by August 3* online at
> https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/Session13224.
> Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the Fall AGU in San
> Francisco,
> Peter, Mark, Paul, and Carol
> ------
> *SM002: Advancing Cross-disciplinary Knowledge of Ground Magnetic
> Perturbations: Understanding Sources from the Outer Space to Deep Inside
> the Earth*
> Magnetic field perturbations detected by ground-based magnetometers provide
> valuable information for a range of research topics in earth and space
> sciences, such as the electric currents and waves in the magnetosphere and
> the ionosphere, subsurface electrical conductivity, potentially damaging
> currents in power grids during severe solar storms, and possibly signals
> prior to and during major earthquakes. The effects from the outer space to
> deep inside the Earth could intertwine in the same magnetic field data,
> posing possible challenges in interpreting observations. As ground-based
> magnetometer measurements have become network observations, understanding
> both geospace and earth effects on ground magnetic perturbations is more
> critical than ever to properly study geospace phenomena and earth’s
> interior as well as monitor natural hazards with automated algorithms. This
> session welcomes all relevant geospace and earth studies based mainly on
> ground-based magnetometer data, including those that can advance our
> cross-disciplinary knowledge of ground magnetic perturbations.
> Primary Convener:
> Peter J Chi, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United
> States
> Conveners:
> Paul Bedrosian, USGS, Denver, CO, United States, Mark J. Engebretson,
> Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN, United States and Carol A Finn, USGS
> Geologic Hazards Science Center, Golden, CO, United States
> Co-Organized with:
> SPA-Magnetospheric Physics, Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and
> Electromagnetism, Natural Hazards, and SPA-Aeronomy
> Cross-Listed:
> GP - Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism
> NH - Natural Hazards
> SA - SPA-Aeronomy
> ------
> -- 
> Peter Chi, Ph.D.
> - Research Geophysicist, Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences
> and Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, UCLA
> - Principal Investigator, Mid-continent Magneto-seismic Chain (McMAC)
> - Leader, ISSI Magnetoseismology Team
> - Editor, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Space Physics and Aeronomy (SPA)
> Electronic Newsletter
> - Communications Coordinator, NSF Global Environment Modeling (GEM) Program
> - Secretary, Ultra Large Terrestrial International Magnetometer Array
> - Member, NASA Mars InSight Mission Science Team
> - Member (magnetic field), NASA SSERVI ALSEP Data Recovery Focus Group
> E-mail: pchi at igpp.ucla.edu; Web: http://www-ssc.igpp.ucla.edu/~pchi/;
> Phone: +1-949-892-0001 (cell)

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