CEDAR email: AGU session on ITM wave coupling
lynn.harvey at lasp.colorado.edu
Wed Jun 13 23:05:39 MDT 2018
> Dear Colleagues,
> Please consider submitting an abstract to the “Wave Processes in
> Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling” session at the 2018
> Fall AGU meeting. Abstracts are due 1 August 2018.
> This session will explore the role of wave processes in coupling the
> magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere. Wave-related coupling
> phenomena of interest to this session include those carrying energy
> away from Earth (e.g. ion outflow, gravity/planetary wave breaking,
> tides, terrestrial VLF sources), and those carrying energy toward
> Earth (e.g. particle precipitation, Earthward Poynting flux).
> Of particular interest are studies bringing new information to
> persistent problems (e.g., wave transmission via density ducts, Joule
> heating dynamics, thermospheric neutral gas wave dynamics), and
> studies that set the stage for near-future missions such as Geospace
> Dynamics Constellation (GDC).
> Link to abstract submission:
> Session ID: 44102
> Session Title: SM027. Wave Processes in
> Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling
> Section/Focus Group: SPA-Magnetospheric Physics
> View Session Details: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/gateway.cgi
> Your session conveners,
> David Malaspina, Lynn Harvey, Mark Golkowski, Katelynn Greer
> Full session description:
> The magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere are coupled via
> neutral gas, charged particles, and electromagnetic fields across many
> spatial and temporal scales. Now is an exciting time to study this
> coupling as near- Earth space becomes more accessible, physically via
> observations, and computationally by faster, more capable models.
> Coupling phenomena include those carrying energy away from Earth (ion
> outflow, gravity/planetary wave breaking, tides, terrestrial VLF
> sources), and those carrying energy toward Earth (particle
> precipitation, Earthward Poynting flux). All these can be modulated
> and/or mediated by a diverse set of waves.
> This session solicits observational, analytic, and modeling studies of
> wave properties and dynamics as they impact coupling between the
> magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere. Of particular interest
> are studies bringing new information to persistent problems (e.g. wave
> transmission via density ducts, Joule heating dynamics, thermospheric
> neutral gas wave dynamics), and studies that set the stage for
> near-future missions such as Geospace Dynamics Constellation (GDC).
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