CEDAR email: AGU Session: “SA016 - Recent Advances in MIT coupling science from high to mid-latitude using ground-based observations”

Bea Gallardo-Lacourt (GSFC-6740)[UNIVERSITIES SPACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION] bea.gallardolacourt at nasa.gov
Tue Jul 2 11:31:00 MDT 2019

Dear Colleagues,

We want to invite contributions to our AGU session “SA016 - Recent Advances in MIT coupling science from high to mid-latitude using ground-based observations<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__agu.confex.com_agu_fm19_prelim.cgi_Session_76589&d=DwMFaQ&c=ApwzowJNAKKw3xye91w7BE1XMRKi2LN9kiMk5Csz9Zk&r=Y5BSQfBPHNpdg-dj8D0gsZlRPYG90gIjp1ti4fQv8e4&m=5Ir6F1d4TcVmi23LqWLq4HEVaHDjBnEgO4VvddXFEkw&s=mK9uUP1r1lWavAstPVFtO7CLYQXbANJSPDrSWgBzLTY&e=>”, which aims to give an overview of MIT scientific advancements in the last 10 years highlighting the use  of ground-based techniques and instruments. You can find more information about the session below. Remember that abstract submission closes on July 31.


Bea Gallardo-Lacourt
Gareth Perry
Carlos Martinis


Session Title:
SA016 - Recent advances in MIT coupling science from high to mid-latitude using ground-based observations

Session Description:
The proliferation of ground-based sensors in quantity, geographic distribution, and methodology, from sub-auroral to polar-cap latitudes over the past decade, and the addition of non-traditional data collection agents, i.e., the “citizen scientists”, have resulted in new and compelling observations of the coupled magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere (MIT) system.  These observations provide a wealth of information about plasma transport and structuring, as well as energy deposition, chemistry, associated dynamics and interconnections with various domains of the Earth’s geomagnetic environment which were previously inaccessible or unidentified.  This session solicits contributions on the topic of novel MIT coupling observations, techniques, and methodologies from existing and recently deployed ground-based sensors, located from the sub-auroral to the polar-cap region.  We also solicit contributions from theoretical and modeling efforts, especially those that identify new and emerging MIT science targets prompted by the observations, techniques, and methodologies related to these instruments.

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