CEDAR email: A11 IAGA Session- Advances in Low latitude and Equatorial Aeronomy (DIV II)
maksim.klimenko at mail.ru
Wed Feb 15 05:41:43 MST 2017
I would like to inform you that A11 IAGA Session 'Advances in Low latitude and Equatorial Aeronomy' will be
held during the IAPSO-IAMAS-IAGA Joint Assembly from August 27
to September 1, 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa. The objective of this session is to bring together experimentalists and theoreticians to survey the latest results, examine new ideas and concepts, and to indicate important future directions in equatorial and low-latitude mesosphere-thermosphere-ionosphere research. We solicit your
abstracts for this session. The session description can be seen at the assembley web-site at http://www.iapso-iamas-iaga2017.com/index.php/2016-05-15-22-51-06/scientific-programme-2/iaga-sessions/72-a11-advances-in-low-latitude-and-equatorial-aeronomy-div-ii .
The deadline for abstract submission extended to March 12, 2017.
Looking forward to see you in Cape Town,
With best regards,
WD IZMIRAN, Russia
IGGCAS , China
John Bosco Habarulema
Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa
Convenor: Maxim Klimenko (Russia)
Co-Convenors: Biqiang Zhao (China), John Bosco Habarulema (South Africa)
The occurrence of equatorial spread-F, plasma bubbles, equatorial ionization anomaly (EIA), equatorial electrojet (EEJ) and the development of the F3-layer present a strong day-to-day variability, mainly caused by the ionospheric electrodynamics, thermospheric wind and wave actions (gravity waves, tides, planetary waves, TIDs and MSTIDs). Recent multi-instrument and multi-site observations, as well as, theoretical and simulation investigations have advanced our understanding of these phenomena, both during quiet and disturbed periods including geomagnetic storm and substorm, solar eclipse and solar flare, sudden stratospheric warming and different meteorological events.
The objective of this symposium is to bring together experimentalists and theoreticians to survey the latest results, examine new ideas and concepts, and to indicate important future directions in equatorial and low-latitude research.
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