CEDAR email: Call for abstracts: AOGS

Maria Usanova Maria.Usanova at lasp.colorado.edu
Wed Jan 30 14:24:38 MST 2019

Dear CEDAR List Administrator,

Would you please circulate the following announcement?

Thank you,
Maria Usanova

Call for abstracts: AOGS 2019 Session ST17

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to encourage you to submit an abstract to ST17, The Dynamic Loss of Earth's Radiation Belts: From Loss in the Magnetosphere to Particle Precipitation in the Atmosphere session at the 16th Annual AOGS meeting, Singapore, July 28 - August 2, 2019.

Conveners: Maria Usanova, Allison Jaynes and Thiago Brito
Abstract submission: http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2019/public.asp?page=abstract.htm
The abstract submission deadline is 12 February 2019.
Session details:
Precipitation of energetic particles into Earth's atmosphere can have profound effects on the ionosphere, atmosphere and is an important constituent of the magnetospheric dynamics. Wave-particle interactions and magnetic field topology changes can lead to particle precipitation over a vast array of energies: from the eV-keV auroral energy range up to multi-MeV radiation belt energies.
The goal of this session is to bring together scientists from the space and atmospheric science communities and experts with knowledge in both energetic particle precipitation mechanisms and their effects on the atmosphere.
This session focuses on the effects of the Earth’s radiation from both an atmospheric and planetary science point of view. It examines both the causes and effects of particle loss in the magnetosphere from multiple perspectives helping to bridge the gap between the magnetospheric and atmospheric communities.
We encourage observational contributions from various explorative missions, including the ARASE (ERG), Van Allen Probes, the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission, BARREL balloon campaigns, and CubeSat missions focusing on precipitation losses as well as numerous ground-based observatories such as SuperDarn, VLF receivers and magnetometer networks. Likewise, new advances in theory and modeling of precipitation mechanisms and their effects on the atmosphere are particularly welcome.

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