CEDAR email: EGU 2019: Session on forcing of the ionosphere/thermosphere from below

Nick Pedatella nickp at ucar.edu
Sun Nov 25 10:25:56 MST 2018

Dear Colleagues,

The upcoming EGU Assembly in Vienna (7-12 April 2019) hosts the session *ST3.2
"Forcing of ionosphere/thermosphere from below: observations and modelling
perspectives".* We would like to invite you to present your research at the

Please follow the link to submit your abstracts (the deadline for abstracts
is January 10th, 2019):


*Session description:*

*Various types of atmospheric waves, including gravity waves, tides, and
planetary waves, transport energy and momentum upwards, coupling lower and
middle atmosphere dynamics to the thermosphere and ionosphere. Global
modelling studies, supported by ground-based and satellite observations,
are necessary to quantify the mechanisms of the forcing from below.
Understanding these mechanisms is additionally important for the
predictability of ionospheric space weather. This session welcomes
contributions from observational and modelling studies of the vertical and
latitudinal coupling processes that lead to ionosphere/thermosphere
variability due to forcing from the lower atmosphere. Coupling by gravity
waves, tides, planetary waves, effects of sudden stratospheric warmings,
and connections to ionospheric space weather phenomena are of particular

With best regards,

Jorge L. Chau, Nick Pedatella, Dimitry Pokhotelov, Claudia Stolle

Session Conveners
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