CEDAR email: Invitation to CEDAR workshop "Collaborative investigations of MLT dynamics, chemistry, and ion-neutral coupling using lidars and surrounding cluster instruments"
titus_cn at yahoo.com
Tue May 9 11:19:20 MDT 2017
We would like to draw people's attention to this year's CEDAR workshop "Collaborative investigations of MLT dynamics, chemistry, and ion-neutral coupling using lidars and surrounding cluster instruments"
Recent study shows that significant amount of ionospheric disturbances (more than 30%) are due to sources in the lower atmosphere. MLT region, where the atmospheric gravity waves become unstable and tidal waves amplitude increases dramatically, is the key conjunction for ion-neutral interactions. Lidar measurements in the past have helped answer may fundamental dynamical questions in the MLT, but also raised new questions as the instrument capabilities increase. A single instrument is unable to address the whole aspect of these complex problems. Therefore, more comprehensive measurements through collaborative campaigns with other remote sensing instruments, ground-based and/or spaceborne, are essential to almost all geophysical investigations. The goal of this workshop is to encourage colleagues to join these collaborative and coordinated investigations and propose new science topics and approach.
We would like to invite colleagues to share their latest highlights in this workshop. For detailed information, please visit
Dr. Tao (Titus) YuanResearch Associate ProfessorCASS, Physics DepartmentUtah State UniversityLogan UT, 84322-4405
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