2011 Workshop:Remote sensing of inner magnetosphere

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Remote sensing of the inner magnetosphere (Ground and balloon observations of waves and precipitating particles)

Location, Date/Time and Duration

2 hours

Conveners (First is CEDAR convener, Second is GEM convener, the rest are co-conveners)

Roman A. Makarevich Yuri Y. Shprits

Format of the Workshop

Short Presentations

Estimated attendance

20-40

Justification for the workshop

The session will be relevant to GEM Focus Group Radiation Belts and Waves and to CEDAR Strategic Thrust #5: Fuse the Knowledge Base across Disciplines

Requested Specific Days

Thursday 10-12 or Thursday 1:30-3:30

Special technology requests

Internet access

Description

Remote sensing plays an important role in providing multi-point observations that are essential for understanding processes in space including but not limited to precipitation of radiation belts, ring current, plasma sheet. We invite a broad range of observational contributions using riometers, VLF receivers, radars, magnetometers, and X-ray detectors related to remote sensing of magnetospheric processes, as well as the theoretical and modelling studies that can be compared to these observations. We particularly encourage contributions involving conjunctions of ground and space measurements.

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