CEDAR email: COSPAR abstracts due Feb. 9

Astrid Maute maute at ucar.edu
Sun Feb 4 10:24:53 MST 2018

COSPAR will be held from July 14-22, 2018 in Pasadena, California, USA
*Note: Abstracts are due February 9*
*Please consider submitting an abstract by next Friday, Feb. 9.*

* <https://www.facebook.com/cospar2018> <https://twitter.com/cospar2018>
<https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/18122297/>C1.5 New Satellite
Missions for Thermosphere-Ionosphere Studies and Sciences Performed by
Observations, Modeling and Data Assimilation*

*Scientific Organizers: Alan Burns, Nicholas Pedatella*
*Scientific Organizing Committee: **NO*
*Mihail Codrescu,*
*Tomoko Matsuo, Claudia Stolle, GFZ Potsdam,Antony Mannucci, Astrid Maute,
Jonathan Makela.  *

* <https://www.cospar-assembly.org/admin/user.php?user=35718>*

*Several new satellite missions will be launched in 2018 to study the
thermosphere and ionosphere. The GOLD mission will image composition,
temperature and electron density from geostationary orbit; ICON will
measure many parameters from a low-inclination, low-Earth orbit; and the
COSMIC-2 mission will measure electron density and ion drift velocities and
perform beacon experiments, also from low-inclination, low-Earth orbit. In
addition, existing satellites like the Swarm constellation and TIMED
continue to provide invaluable data that helps extend our understanding of
the ionosphere and thermosphere. This large increase in thermospheric and
ionospheric data, coupled with recent advances in assimilation techniques,
whole atmosphere models, and thermosphere-ionosphere-electrodynamic models
provides an exciting opportunity to advance thermosphere-ionosphere
science. Here, we solicit presentations regarding, but not limited to, data
from these space-based observations, complementary observations from
ground, results from the assimilation of new space-based data into models,
new developments in thermosphere-ionosphere-electrodynamic modeling, and
data-model comparisons.*
The conveners
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