CEDAR email: Call for Abstracts: 2018 AOGS ST10 (Upper Atmosphere Responses to Lithosphere, Atmosphere and Anthropogenic Disturbances)
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Tue Jan 16 23:23:33 MST 2018
We would like to sincerely invite you to submit an abstract for Oral or Poster presentation to the session ST10: Upper Atmosphere Responses to Lithosphere, Atmosphere and Anthropogenic Disturbances, in the ST (Solar & Terrestrial Sciences) section at Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 15th Annual meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 03 – 08 June 2018.
Earth’s upper atmosphere, especially, the ionized component is sensitive to disturbances from the ground and lower atmosphere. The waves are atmospheric acoustic and gravity waves (AGWs) that can be generated by lithosphere activities and lower atmosphere disturbances, such as seismic, tsunami, volcano eruptions, hurricane, tornados, and meteorological disturbances. The environmental atmospheric conditions can affect the propagation of the AGWs and thus various wave characteristics can be recoded by neutral temperature, neutral density, and electron density in the upper atmosphere. On the other hand, man-made disturbances, like explosion, rocket launches, can generate anthropogenic disturbances that can also be detected in the upper atmosphere. The objective of this session is to encourage discussions on the upper atmospheric disturbances in both neutral and ionized components resulting from the disturbances of lower altitude origins, and allow us to better understand the vertical coupling of the lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere.
Further information can be found at http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2018 <http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2018>
Please note that the deadline of abstract submission is on 19 January, 2018.
Charles Lin (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
Yang-Yi Sun (China University of Geosciences, China)
Chi-Yen Lin (National Central University, Taiwan)
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