2009 Workshop:MLT Posters

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MLT Poster Session, Monday 29 June 2009, 58 posters, 33 IN competition

side-by-side Mon: Marshall (2x), Paulino (2x), Stockwell (2x)

The second name, if present, is the presenter.

  • METR = Meteor Science Other than Wind Observations
  • SPRT = Sprites
  • ITMA = Instruments or Techniques for Middle Atmospheric Observations
  • MLTL = Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere Lidar Studies
  • MLTG = Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere Gravity Waves
  • MLTT = Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere Other Tidal or Planetary Waves
  • MLTS = Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere General Studies
  1. METR-01, Elizabeth Bass, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Analysis of Simultaneous Meteor Observations With Specular and Incoherent Scatter Radars
  2. METR-02, Elim Cheung, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Comparison of Meteoroid Mass Estimates Using Multiple Instrument Observations
  3. METR-03, Jonathan Sparks, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, The diurnal variability of the micrometeor altitude distribution and its relation to meteoroid astronomical and physical characteristics,
  4. SPRT-01, Jingbo Li, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Estimation of Charge in Sprites
  5. SPRT-02, Mike Taylor, Non-student, Airborne Image Measurements of Elves Over Southern Europe
  6. SPRT-03, Lance W Petersen, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Comparison of Sprite-Halo Characteristics Imaged Over the USA and South America.
  7. SPRT-04, Gaopeng Lu, Gaopeng Lu, Non-student, Lightning induction field above lightning strokes from impulse currents: one solution to sprites initiated by small charge moment changes
  8. SPRT-05, Jeremy A Riousset, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, Air Heating Associated with Transient Luminous Events
  9. SPRT-06, Robert Andrew Marshall, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Time-domain modeling of lightning-EMP induced ionospheric density perturbations and transient optical emissions
  10. ITMA-01, Robert Andrew Marshall, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, PIPER: Photometric Imager for Precipitation of Electron Radiation
  11. ITMA-02, Feng Han, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Midlatitude D region variabilities detected by broadband VLF sferics
  12. ITMA-03, Douglas P Drob, PhD, Non-student, Inversion of infrasound signals for passive atmospheric remote sensing
  13. ITMA-04, Sean D. Harrell, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Current status of the Faraday Filter-Based Spectrometer to Measure Sodium Nightglow D2/D1 Intensity Ratios
  14. ITMA-05, Tom Slanger, Non-student, CESAR (Compact Echelle Spectrograph for Aeronomical Research)
  15. ITMA-06, Matthew M. Hayman, PhD, Student IN poster competition, ARCLITE Lidar for PMC Depolarization Measurements
  16. ITMA-07, Steven Watchorn, PhD, Non-student, The Climate Monitoring Cubesat Mission (CM^2)
  17. ITMA-08, Tony Mangognia, Masters, Student IN poster competition, 4-Channel Photometer for Atmospheric Gravity Wave Detection in Airglow Emissions
  18. ITMA-09, Cody Vaudrin, Masters, Student IN poster competition, A Multi-Channel FPGA Based High Speed Digital Receiver: Development, Applications and Data Processing
  19. MLTL-01, Zhangjun Wang, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, Design and Development of LabVIEW-Based Novel Software for MRI Lidar System
  20. MLTL-02, John Anthony Smith, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Robust seed laser frequency stabilization for narrowband Doppler lidars
  21. MLTL-03, Chiao-Yao She, Non-student, Recent advances in midlatitude long-term temperature variations deduced from Na lidar observations with brief summary of tidal and mean temperature/wind climatology
  22. MLTL-04, Brita K Irving, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Rayleigh Lidar Observations of the Arctic Stratosphere and Mesosphere during the International Polar Year
  23. MLTL-05, Brentha Thurairajah, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Gravity Wave Activity in the Arctic Middle Atmosphere: Rayleigh Lidar Measurements and Analysis
  24. MLTL-06, Xianghui Xue, PhD, Non-student, Possible Relations between Meteors, Enhanced Electric Density Layers and Sporadic Sodium Layers
  25. MLTL-07, Jia Yue, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Convective and dynamic stabilities, large wind shears in the mesopause observed by Na lidar at Fort Collins, CO (41'N, 105'W)
  26. MLTL-08, Wentao Huang, Non-student, Simultaneous Wind and Temperature Measurements from Lower to Upper Atmosphere
  27. MLTG-01, Chad Carlson, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, High frequency gravity wave observations at UAO
  28. MLTG-02, Amal Chandran, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Gravity wave effects on polar mesospheric clouds: A comparison of numerical simulations with AIM observations
  29. MLTG-03, Durga Nath Kafle, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Mesospheric Atmospheric Gravity Waves Observed by Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar
  30. MLTG-04, Tao Li, Non-student, Seasonal and inter-annual variability of gravity wave activity revealed from long-term lidar observations over Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii
  31. MLTG-05, Jonathan Rich Pugmire, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Intra-Annual Comparison of Mesospheric Gravity Waves Over Halley and Rothera Stations, Antarctica
  32. MLTG-06, Deepak B. Simkhada, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Ripple Climatology Observed in the Mesopause Region over Maui, Hawaii
  33. MLTG-07, Camille Briana Smith, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Mesospheric Gravity Waves Over Equatorial Brazil
  34. MLTG-08, Qian Wu, Non-student, Tri-station Observation of Polar Mesospheric 10-hr Inertial Gravity Wave
  35. MLTG-09, Robert Thacker-Dey, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Investigations of wave-induced secular variations of exothermic heating in the MLT region
  36. MLTG-10, Roger Hale Varney, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Case Study of an Inertia-Gravity Wave in the Mesosphere over Alaska with the Poker Flat Incoherent Scatter Radar
  37. MLTG-11, Xun Zhu, Non-student, A Spectral Parameterization of Drag, Heating and Eddy Diffusion for a Three-Dimensional Mean Flow Induced by Breaking Gravity Waves
  38. MLTG-12, Jonathan Snively, Observation and modeling of OH airglow temperature and intensity perturbations by mesospheric gravity waves
  39. MLTG-13, Igo Paulino, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, Estimation of large scale gravity wave parameters using airglow images
  40. MLTG-14, Jose Valentin Bageston, Igo Paulino, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, Mesospheric Front in a Doppler Duct Observed over Ferraz Station, Antarctica (62xS)#MLTT-01, Loren Chang, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Influence of an Ultra Fast Kelvin Wave on the Migrating Diurnal Tide
  41. MLTT-02, Jonathan S Friedman, PhD, Non-student, Longitude Variations of the Solar Semidiurnal Tides in the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere at Low Latitudes Observed from Ground and Space
  42. MLTT-03, Xian Lu, PhD, Student IN poster competition, The Seasonal and Intraseasonal Variation of the Diurnal Tide in the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Observed by Meteor Radar over Maui, HI (20.7o N, 156.3o W)
  43. MLTT-04, Tao Yuan, Non-student, A Collaborative Study on Temperature Diurnal Tide in the midlatitude Mesopause region by Na lidar (41xN, 105xW) and TIMED/SABER
  44. MLTT-05, Jung Soo Kim, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Investigation of Thermospheric Density Modeling on a Diurnal Time Scale
  45. MLTT-06, Pruthvish Bena Patel, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Observations of 6- and 8- hour period waves at the South Pole
  46. MLTT-07, Bob Stockwell, Non-student, Local Spectral Analysis of very long Radar Wind Time Series
  47. MLTT-08, Bob Stockwell, Non-student, Principal Harmonic Analysis of tidal signals in radar winds
  48. MLTS-01, Jose R Fernandez, PhD, Non-student, Quiet-Nighttime TIMED/SABER NO+(v) VER Data Characterization at E-region Altitudes
  49. MLTS-02, Pedrina Terra Santos, Non-student, Simultaneous OII 7320A line width and incoherent scatter radar O+ temperatures measured at Arecibo
  50. MLTS-03, Sebastien de Larquier, Masters, Student IN poster competition, Development of efficient finite-difference time-domain models of infrasound propagation in a realistic atmosphere
  51. MLTS-04, Jonathan Fentzke, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Meteoric smoke particle properties derived using dual-beam Arecibo UHF observations of D-region spectra during different seasons
  52. MLTS-05, Zhenhua Li, PhD, Student IN poster competition, An Investigation of the impacts of temperature and large-scale circulation on OH airglow using SABER data
  53. MLTS-06, Tyler David Scott, Masters, Student IN poster competition, Rocket Observations of Lower Thermospheric Winds at High Latitudes During Active Conditions
  54. MLTS-07, Padma Thirukoveluri, PhD, Student NOT in poster competition, Planning and simulating observations for a sounding rocket experiment measuring thermospheric nitric oxide(NO) in the polar night by stellar occultation
  55. MLTS-08, Chihoko Yamashita, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Gravity wave impacts on the atmospheric coupling from the MLT region to the stratosphere during stratospheric sudden warming with TIME-GCM
  56. MLTS-09, Katelynn Greer, PhD, Student IN poster competition, Baroclinic Conditions and Anomalous Temperature Excursions of the Arctic Winter Middle Atmosphere: Discovery of Separated Mesopauses
  57. MLTS-10, Jaimy Nicholle Tomlinson, Undergraduate, Student IN poster competition, Correlation of Mesospheric Polar Cloud Observational Data for the Northern Hemisphere in 2007