CEDAR email: Fall AGU Session
agerrard at mac.com
Wed Jul 8 13:30:46 MDT 2015
We welcome and encourage submissions to our Fall AGU session SM012: "Geospace Research from Polar Environments" [information below]. Abstracts are due on August 5, 2015.
We are look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
Andrew Gerrard, Irfan Azeem, Allan Weatherwax, and Hyomin Kim
Session ID#: 8424
The uniqueness of polar regions for conducting geospace research has been acknowledged for decades. This is because instrumentation located at high-latitudes allows access to a natural laboratory for studying the Earth’s atmosphere, its space environment, and solar-generated interplanetary structures. Such research includes the study of aurora, induced electrical currents, space weather, geomagnetic fields, ionospheric processes, temperature and winds in the neutral atmosphere, and atmospheric waves, all of which improve our understanding of the mechanisms which couple solar processes to the terrestrial environment. This session solicits papers on recent advances in space physics and aeronomy focusing on the polar regions. Inter-hemispheric and conjugacy studies, as well as studies incorporating polar observations in the global context, are also welcome due to the advancement in these fields in recent years.
Andrew J Gerrard, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, United States
Allan T Weatherwax, Siena College, Physics, Loudonville, NY, United States,
Irfan Azeem, Atmospheric and Space Technology Research Associates LLC, Boulder, CO, United States and
Hyomin Kim, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, United States and New Jersey Institute of
Technology, Newark, NJ, United States
• AE - Atmospheric and Space Electricity
• SA - SPA-Aeronomy
• SH - SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics
2431 Ionosphere/magnetosphere interactions [IONOSPHERE]
2475 Polar cap ionosphere [IONOSPHERE]
2704 Auroral phenomena [MAGNETOSPHERIC PHYSICS]
2776 Polar cap phenomena [MAGNETOSPHERIC PHYSICS]
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