CEDAR email: Call for abstracts for 2019 AOGS ST32 - Ionospheric Responses to Natural and Anthropogenic Sources

mychou l48031029 at mail.ncku.edu.tw
Sun Jan 20 23:59:20 MST 2019

Dear Colleagues, 

We would like to invite you to submit abstracts to the 2019 AOGS section
ST32 "Ionospheric Responses to Natural and Anthropogenic Sources" in
Singapore during July 28-Aug 2, 2019. Abstract submission is due on Feb 12,

ST32- Ionospheric Responses to Natural and Anthropogenic Sources
Atmospheric wave perturbations originating from the lithosphere and lower
atmosphere induce Traveling ionospheric disturbances that play a critical
role on the upper atmospheric variability. The waves can be generated by
nature geophysical activities, such as earthquake/tsunami, volcano, typhoon,
and meteorological events. On the other hand, human activities such as
explosion and rocket launches also generate anthropogenic atmospheric waves
to affect the upper atmosphere, leading to man-made space weather. The
upward propagation of atmospheric waves can not only directly perturb the
ionosphere through wave perturbation but also indirectly trigger ionospheric
instabilities through electrodynamic process. To better understand the
lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling, this session solicits
contributions on the upper atmospheric disturbances in both neutral and
ionized components due to the disturbances from lower altitude origins.


Min-Yang Chou (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
Charles Lin (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)

Yuichi Otsuka (Nagoya University, Japan)

Yang-Yi Sun (China University of Geosciences, China)



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