CEDAR email: Polar Workshop at CEDAR 2017

XINZHAO CHU xinzhao.chu at colorado.edu
Mon Jun 19 07:51:27 MDT 2017

Dear CEDAR Researchers,

You are invited to the Polar Workshop at CEDAR 2017, which will cover observational and modeling studies from 7 Antarctic stations and 2 Arctic stations on Monday 4-6pm (@ Torreys III&IV) and Thursday 10am-12pm (@ Crestone III&IV). Two sessions of the polar workshop will focus on neutral dynamics and ionosphere-thermosphere coupling in the polar regions, and we hope to foster scientific collaborations among various stations and institutions to tackle challenging science questions.

Here is the link to it: http://cedarweb.vsp.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php/2017_Workshop:Polar_Workshop

Looking forward to seeing you at the Polar Workshop!
Xinzhao Chu, Xian Lu, and Mike Taylor
Workshop Agenda: 7 Antarctic Stations and 2 Arctic Stations

Antarctica: the South Pole, McMurdo, Syowa, Jang Bogo, King Sejong, Akademik Vernadsky, and Palmer

Arctic: Tromsø and Poker Flat

Monday, 4-6pm, Part A @ Torreys III&IV<http://cedarweb.vsp.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php?title=Monday,_4-6pm,_Part_A_@_Torreys_III%26IV&action=edit&redlink=1>

Xinzhao: Introduction to the polar workshop (5 min)

Mike Taylor: Investigating an unusually large 28-day oscillation in temperature during 2014 using high-latitude ground-based and satellite measurements (15 min)

Jian Zhao: Are the dominant gravity waves in the stratosphere the direct source of persistent waves in the McMurdo MLT? (18 min)

Xian Lu: Observations of planetary waves from 30 to 110 km over McMurdo (15 min)

Erich Becker: Importance of secondary gravity waves for the residual circulation in the austral winter MLT (18 min)

Dominique Pautet: Unexpected occurrence of mesospheric frontal events over South Pole (90⁰S) (15 min)

Masaru Kogure: Rayleigh/Raman lidar observations of gravity wave activity in the middle atmosphere over Syowa (69°S, 40°E), Antarctica (12 min)

Geonhwa Jee: Initial observations of polar ionosphere using VIPIR at Jang Bogo Station, Antarctica (12 min)

Denise Thorsen/Rich Collins: Arctic radar-lidar coordinate measurements on wave-driven circulation (10 min)

Thursday, 10am-12pm, Part B @ Crestone III&IV<http://cedarweb.vsp.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php?title=Thursday,_10am-12pm,_Part_B_@_Crestone_III%26IV&action=edit&redlink=1>

Xian/Mike: Introduction to Part B of the polar workshop (5 min)

Sharon Vadas: The Excitation, Propagation, and Dissipation of Primary and Secondary Gravity Waves during Wintertime at McMurdo (20 min)

Qian Wu: New FPI observations from King Sejong and Palmer Stations (15 min)

Andriy Zalizovski: Response of ionospheric sporadic structures over the Antarctic Peninsula (Akademik Vernadsky) on geomagnetic and meteorological activities (15 min)

Manbharat Dhadly: Large-scale seasonal response of geomagnetic active time northern high-latitude upper thermospheric winds (15 min)

Art Richmond: High-latitude Ionosphere-Thermosphere Interactions (20 min)

Toru Takahashi: Chemical response of mesospheric Na to auroral precipitation observed by Na lidar at Tromsø, Norway (69.6° N, 19.2° E) (15 min)

Xinzhao Chu: Lidar observations and TIFe modeling studies of metal layers and thermal structures in Antarctica (15 min)
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