CEDAR email: Fall AGU SA22: Understanding TIDs

Shun-Rong Zhang shunrong at mit.edu
Tue Jul 17 08:55:16 MDT 2018

Dear Colleagues,

Please consider submitting an abstract to the Fall AGU session SA22:  Understanding traveling ionospheric disturbances (TIDs). 

Session Description:

Traveling ionospheric disturbances (TIDs) are an important part of the upper  atmospheric variability.  They occur on a regular basis across high, mid-, 
and equatorial latitudes. They are believed to be a manifestation of atmospheric waves such as AGWs and most of the known TID properties are well within the expected regime of AGWs. Excitation sources of TIDs/AGWs are numerous, but may be classified as from “above” and “below.” This session will provide a forum for reporting recent progress on TID studies and envisioning future research directions. We solicit contributions on various TID topics including: LSTIDs and storm-time traveling atmosphere disturbances (TADs), MSTIDs and E-F region electrodynamic coupling at mid- and low latitudes, man-made space weather induced TIDs, TIDs associated with the solar terminator, solar eclipse, and solar flares. Reports of ground-based and in-situ observations as well as simulations of ionosphere-thermosphere disturbances associated with TIDs are all welcome.


Shunrong Zhang (MIT Haystack Observatory)
Anthea J Coster (MIT Haystack Observatory)
Yuichi Otsuka (Nagoya University)
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