CEDAR email: AGU session: GP010 - Investigating Earth Processes Using Low Earth Orbiting Space Magnetometry, Successes and Opportunities

Feng Tian tianfengco at gmail.com
Wed Jul 10 12:49:27 MDT 2019

Dear Colleagues,

The AGU Fall Meeting is returning to San Francisco this year (9-13 December
2019), with its centennial edition. Planetary sciences are part of the
celebrations. We would be delighted if you consider your participation
and encourage
submissions of cross-disciplinary presentations in our session *P028:
Atmospheres and Evolution. *

The deadline for abstract submission will be *Wednesday 31 July 2019. *The
goals and objectives of the session are presented below.

Please pass this invitation to your colleagues who might be interested, and
of course we are happy to answer any questions that you might have. We hope
to see you in San Francisco!

Best regards,

Feng, Cedric and Vladimir

*P028** - Planetary Atmospheres and Evolution*


*Description:* Understanding the nature and variability of (exo)planetary
atmospheres, the physical mechanisms governing these atmospheres, and their
chemical evolution are strong driving forces of planetary science and solar
system exploration mission planning. While the long-term evolution of the
Earth is constrained by geological studies and isotopic analyses, the
evolutionary paths of other planets must be reconstructed from data
obtained through astronomical observations and planetary missions. Models
of planetary atmospheres use these observations to illuminate governing
physical processes operating from the Earth to other planets in our solar
system and beyond. The rapidly increasing number of discovered exoplanets
provides a new opportunity for interdisciplinary collaborations between
heliophysicists, astrophysicists, geoscientists, biochemists, planetary and
climate scientists concerning the physical and chemical evolution of
(exo)planetary atmospheres and planetary habitability. This session
welcomes observational, theoretical, experimental, and field studies
relevant to the atmospheres, evolution, and habitability of planets in and
outside of our solar system.

*Convenors:* *Feng Tian* (Macau University of Science and Technology), *Cedric
Gillmann *(Free University of Belgium) and *Vladimir Airapetian* (NASA
Goddard Space Flight Center/SEEC & American University).

On Thu, Jul 11, 2019 at 2:40 AM Gauthier Hulot via Cedar_email <
cedar_email at mailman.ucar.edu> wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> 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
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