CEDAR email: AGU session announcement for CEDAR newsletter
JONES, SARAH L. (GSFC-6750)
sarah.l.jones at nasa.gov
Mon Jul 15 07:59:21 MDT 2019
To whom it may concern,
Is it possible to get the following AGU session announcement added to the next CEDAR newsletter?
Thanks very much!
AGU Fall Meeting Session SM013: Geospace Research from Polar Environments
From: Hyomin Kim (NJIT), Andrew Gerrard (NJIT), Sarah Jones (GSFC/NASA), Matthew Zettergren (ERAU) (hmkim at njit.edu)
We invite you to submit an AGU abstract to the co-organized (SM/AE/A/SA/SH sections) session on "Geospace Research from PolarEnvironments". More detailed information can be found on the website at https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__agu.confex.com_agu_fm19_prelim.cgi_Session_80336&d=DwIGaQ&c=ApwzowJNAKKw3xye91w7BE1XMRKi2LN9kiMk5Csz9Zk&r=xgMjBe_0DOoUzzwAdSCSkZ7bdMOsTMxon8qCrHEe4bk&m=gL0SOS0eJaipimzk2YNylHFL0JW1Gx5pTZAeGbNTaWA&s=ogjScNQBHJi3-BqdPIyHp9mV8T3XmStAMTKkq7wGmpg&e=
SM003: Geospace Research from Polar Environments
The uniqueness of polar regions for conducting geospace research has been acknowledged for decades. This is because instrumentation located at high-latitudes allows access to a natural laboratory for studying the Earth's atmosphere, its space environment, and solar-generated interplanetary structures. Such research may include, but not limited to, the study of aurora, induced electrical currents, geomagnetic fields, ionospheric electrodynamics, ion-neutral coupling, temperature and winds in the neutral atmosphere, and atmospheric waves, all of which improve our understanding of the mechanisms which couple solar and interplanetary processes to the terrestrial environment. This session solicits papers on recent advances in space physics, aeronomy and space weather focusing on the polar regions. Studies discussing conjugate aspects of geospace phenomena in both hemispheres and incorporating polar observations in the global context are highly encouraged due to the advancement in these fields in recent years.
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