CEDAR email: AGU Session - Observed and Modeled Dynamics of the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System

Colin Triplett triplett at berkeley.edu
Mon Jul 8 18:26:48 MDT 2019

Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to submit abstracts to AGU SA013. Observed and Modeled Dynamics of the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System.  Abstracts are due July 31st.  

Session Link: SA013 Observed and Modeled Dynamics of the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System <https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm19/prelim.cgi/Session/75513>

Session Description: Exciting new developments in the study of Earth’s thermosphere and ionosphere have been enabled by ground- and space-based observations (such as GOLD, ICON, COSMIC-2, TIMED, etc.) which are augmented by modeling experiments. These investigations include, but are not exclusive to, O and N2 and their relationship to the ionosphere, forcing of the thermosphere and ionosphere from above and below, the thermal structure of the thermosphere, the role of minor species in the thermosphere, disturbances by geomagnetic storms, and the influence of composition changes on the ionospheric F2 peak and the topside ionosphere.  Papers in this session will address issues related to the dynamics of the thermosphere and ionosphere using observations, data analysis and models.

Session Conveners:
Katelynn Greer - University of Colorado, Boulder
Alan Burns - National Center for Atmospheric Research
Colin Charles Triplett - University of California, Berkeley
Yongliang Zhang - The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Index Terms:
0355 Thermosphere: composition and chemistry
0358 Thermosphere: energy deposition
3369 Thermosphere dynamics
7949 Ionospheric Stroms


Colin C. Triplett, PhD
Assistant Research Physicist	
Space Sciences Laboratory
University of California, Berkeley 
triplett at berkeley.edu

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