CEDAR email: 2022 Sun-Climate Symposium -- May 16-20, 2022: Call for Abstracts

Kelly Hepburn Kelly.Hepburn at lasp.colorado.edu
Thu Feb 3 09:53:38 MST 2022

Good Morning,

We have decided to do an extension on the abstract due date for our Sun-Climate Symposium.  Please see the information below on the new deadline and where to submit your abstract!


Kelly (Hepburn) Boden
Executive Assistant - Engineering
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
1234 Innovation Drive
Boulder, CO  80303


Reminder to Submit your Abstract for the May 2022 Sun Climate Symposium
Please submit your abstract today, as we are still planning this to be an in-person Symposium!  We'll continue to monitor the COVID issues, and if the current corona virus wave has not subsided as predicted by March, then we are considering a delay of this Symposium to fall 2022 (versus switching to a virtual meeting).  Please note that there are no abstract submission fees.
Deadline to Submit is February 18, 2022!  (This has been extended from the original Feb. 4 deadline)
For symposium information and to submit your abstract:  https://lasp.colorado.edu/home/meetings/2022-sun-climate-symposium/
Please join us in Madison, Wisconsin, May 16-20, 2022!  Our focus topic for this 3.5-day symposium is "Improved Climate-Record Reconstructions from Solar Variability and Earth System Observations"

From: Kelly Hepburn
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2021 7:15 AM
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Subject: 2022 Sun-Climate Symposium -- May 16-20, 2022: Call for Abstracts

2022 Sun-Climate Symposium:
"Improved Climate-Record Reconstructions from Solar Variability and Earth System Observations"
May 16-20, 2022   *   Madison, Wisconsin

* Call for Abstracts:  Due February 4, 2022 *

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Sun-Climate Symposium, which is sponsored by the Sun-Climate Research Center (SCRC), a joint venture between NASA GSFC and LASP at the University of Colorado.  Please visit the meeting website for a detailed program description, abstract form and submittal instructions, confirmed speaker listing, and logistical information:
 2022 Sun-Climate Symposium - Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics|LASP|CU-Boulder (colorado.edu)<https://lasp.colorado.edu/home/meetings/2022-sun-climate-symposium/>

Sessions will be organized around six different science topics:
1.  Recent Observations and Methods for Improving Climate-Record Reconstructions
2.  Measurements and Models of Solar and Climate Variability
3.  Long Term Atmospheric Measurements
4.  Stellar Variability and Connections to the Sun
5.  Next-generation Observations and Models for Sun and Earth
6.  Improved Solar Reference Spectra:  Implications for Remote Sensing and Radiative Transfer

The format for this symposium consists of invited and contributed oral and poster presentations.   We encourage your participation and hope that you will share this announcement with colleagues.  Please join us!

Best regards,
2022 Sun-Climate Symposium Organizing Committee
(Peter Pilewskie, Odele Coddington, Greg Kopp, Jae Lee, Doug Rabin, Erik Richard, Marty Snow, Tom Woods, Dong Wu, Paul Menzel, Brad Pierce, Dave Tobin)

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