CEDAR email: AGU session: Physics of Space Weather Interactions and Societal Impacts
lparker at usra.edu
Fri Jun 28 12:09:53 MDT 2019
Please consider submitting an abstract to the following Space Weather session at the 2019 Fall AGU Meeting, December 9-13, 2019 in San Francisco CA. Abstracts are due Wednesday July 31.
Session Title: Physics of Space Weather Interactions and Societal Impacts
Section: SPA-Magnetospheric Physics
Session Link: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm19/prelim.cgi/Session/79713
Conveners: Shawn Young/AFRL, Michele Cash/NOAA, Eric Sutton/UC-Boulder, and Linda Neergaard Parker/USRA
Session Description: Understanding the physical basis of space weather has become increasingly important in recent years as society becomes more reliant on space technologies which can be damaged by hazards encountered on orbit (and on ground) through interaction with the space environment. While many advances have been made in understanding the solar-terrestrial interactions that drive changes in the charged and neutral particle environments in Earth orbit and interplanetary space where spacecraft operate, there is much left to understand. The session goal is to provide a venue to showcase new and ongoing efforts connecting areas of space physics research to interactions with spacecraft and the geo environment (including ground level effects). We invite talks covering theory, observations, and models that focus on societal impacts and/or operational applications related to space weather (e.g., impacts on spacecraft, solar flare/SEP/CME forecasting, modeling of the solar wind, power grid vulnerabilities, atmospheric drag on satellites and debris, etc.).
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