CEDAR email: AGU session: GP010 - Investigating Earth Processes Using Low Earth Orbiting Space Magnetometry, Successes and Opportunities
gh at ipgp.fr
Wed Jul 10 11:26:29 MDT 2019
If you intend to attend AGU this fall, please consider submitting (BEFORE JULY 31, 2019) an abstract to the session below to present your latest results and contribute to some exciting discussion about what we believe is a bright future for space magnetometry !
GP010 - Investigating Earth Processes Using Low Earth Orbiting Space Magnetometry, Successes and Opportunities
Over the past 40 years, missions such as Magsat, Oersted, Champ and the ongoing Swarm mission have demonstrated the unique ability of Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) missions with magnetometry and ionospheric sensing payloads for investigating a wide variety of Earth processes, ranging from the geodynamo to the coupling between the ionosphere, thermosphere and magnetosphere. Recent opportunities have also arisen for increasing our ability to monitor and investigate these, and other, processes using data from LEO magnetometry and companion payloads, such as those from the e-POP instrument of the Canadian Space Agency's CASSIOPE mission, from the Chinese Seismo-Electromagnetic Satellite recently launched, and from platform magnetometers routinely used on many LEO satellites as part of attitude control subsystem. This session invites contributions illustrating the achievements of such LEO magnetometry for investigating all types of Earth processes, as well as contributions describing ongoing initiatives towards designing innovative new LEO magnetometry missions.
Conveners: G. Hulot (IPGP, France), P. Alken (University of Colorado, USA), X. Shen (Institute for Crustal Dynamics, China Earthquake Administration, China)
More details on the session can be found here: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm19/prelim.cgi/Session/80436 <https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm19/prelim.cgi/Session/80436>
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