2014 Workshop:MLT Poster List Wednesday

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CEDAR MLT Poster Session – Wednesday, June 25, 2014

(45 of 73 posters in competition)

COUP Coupling of the Upper Atmosphere with Lower Alts (4 of 10 posters in competition)
ITMA Instruments or Techniques for Middle Atmosphere Observations (4 of 7 posters in competition)
LTVM Long Term Variations of the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere (3 of 4 posters in competition)
METR Meteor Science other than wind observations (9 of 12 posters in competition)
MLTG Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Gravity Waves (10 of 17 posters in competition)
MLTL Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Lidar Studies (8 of 14 posters in competition)
MLTS Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere General Studies (0 of 1 poster in competition)
MLTT Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Other Tidal, Planetary Waves, or Sudden Stratosphere Warnings (5 of 5 posters in competition)
SPRT Sprites (2 of 3 posters in competition)

Coupling of the Upper Atmos with Lower Alts
COUP-01 Gasperini, Federico, Student IN poster competition Vertical propagation of the UFKW between 105 and 260 Km as seen by SABER and GOCE
COUP-02 Grawe, Matthew A., Student NOT in poster competition Investigating ocean-ionospheric coupling
COUP-03 Gu, Sheng-Yang, Student IN poster competition Ionospheric vertical plasma drift perturbations due to the quasi-2 day wave
COUP-04 Jones, Jr., McArthur, Student IN poster competition Tidal-Induced net transport effects on the oxygen distribution in the thermosphere
COUP-05 Kim, Jeong Han, Non-student Coupling of the northern polar vortex to mesospheric temperatures during Sudden Stratospheric Warming
COUP-06 Salem, Mohammad A., Student NOT in poster competition The dependence of ionospheric densities on small electrostatic fields in the mesosphere and lower ionosphere
COUP-07 Haeusler, Kathrin, Non-student Comparison of TIME-GCM/MERRA simulated tides with LEO satellite observations
COUP-08 Drob, Douglas Patrick, Non-student Simulations of the effects of vertical transport on the Thermosphere and ionosphere using two coupled models
COUP-09 Cook, Matthew W., Student IN poster competition Effects of the Migrating Terdiurnal Tide in the Ionosphere and Thermosphere
COUP-10 Lin, Charles, Non-student Study of relationships between the ionospheric and thermospheric tidal signatures using theoretical models Instruments or Techniques for Middle Atmosphere Observations
ITMA-01 Barjatya, Aroh, Non-student Triboelectric current measurements from a multi-surface Langmuir probe in the mesosphere
ITMA-02 Rainville, Nicholas, Student IN poster competition Multistatic Specular Meteor Radar
ITMA-03 Robinson, Rebecca Anne, Student IN poster competition Spectral Width Calculations from Mesospheric Turbulent Layers Detected from JRO and SOUSY
ITMA-04 Scipion, Danny Eddy, Non-student Mesospheric winds obtained from simultaneous 30MHz and 50MHz All-sky Specular Meteor Radars at Jicamarca
ITMA-05 Stark, Johnathon, Student IN poster competition QB50 - Multipoint, In-Situ, Measurements of the Lower Thermosphere via CubeSat Constellation
ITMA-06 Westerhoff, John, Student NOT in poster competition Lower Atmosphere/Ionosphere Coupling Experiment CubeSat Mission (LAICE)
ITMA-07 Kristoffersen, Samuel, Student IN poster competition Wind and Temperature Observations with ERWIN-II

Long Term Variations of the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere
LTVM-01 DiMenichi, Chris, Student NOT in poster competition The Influence of CO2 Concentration and F10.7 Variations on Mesospheric Airglow Emissions
LTVM-02 Gan, Quan, Student IN poster competition Temperature response to the 11-yr solar cycle in the eCMAM30 simulation and SABER observation
LTVM-03 Nischal, Nirmal, Student IN poster competition Nonmigrating tidal impact on carbon dioxide 15 μm infrared cooling of the lower thermosphere over one solar cycle
LTVM-04 Triplett, Colin Charles, Student IN poster competition A multi-year analysis of Rayleigh lidar measurements from the Poker Flat Research Range in Chatanika, Alaska

Meteor Science other than wind observations
METR-01 Dawkins, Erin, Student IN poster competition The mesospheric potassium layer: updated results from the OSIRIS satellite dataset
METR-02 Fletcher, Alexander, Student IN poster competition Assessing the threat that meteoroid generated plasmas pose to spacecraft
METR-03 Gao, Boyi, Student IN poster competition Phase De-aliasing of Point Targets Observed with Jicamarca 50 MHz Array Radar Using Multi-Baseline Receiving Modules
METR-04 Limonta, Lorenzo, Student NOT in poster competition Meteor detection algorithm in optical and radar measurements
METR-05 Sugar, Glenn, Student IN poster competition Initial Results from Simultaneous Optical and Radar Meteor Observations at Poker Flat Research Range
METR-06 Tarano, Ana Maria, Student IN poster competition Correlation Between Non-Specular Radar Meteor Trails and Corresponding Head Echo Data
METR-07 Volz, Ryan, Student IN poster competition Freedom from Matched Filter Constraints: Sparse Decomposition of Radar Signals for Delay-Frequency Sidelobe Removal
METR-08 Yang, I-Ching, Non-student To establish the automatic observation system for the fantastic luminous phenomena and the Taiwan Elegant Meteor and TLE Network
METR-09 Yee, Jonathan, Student IN poster competition Implications of Aspect Sensitivity and Frequency Dependence on Nonspecular Meteor Trail Turbulence
METR-10 Zhu, Qian, Student IN poster competition Radar Holography via joint sparsity model
METR-11 Evans, Wayne F.J., Non-student The Altitude Distribution of Iron Monoxide in the Mesosphere
ITIT-07 NOW IN MLT AS METR-12 Hew, Monica, Student IN poster competition Optical Characterization Methods for Assessing Threat of Spacecraft Electrical Anomaly due to Hypervelocity Impact Plasma


Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Gravity Waves
MLTG-01 Agner, Ryan Matthew, Student IN poster competition Comparison of parameterized gravity forcing in WACCM and eCMAM and their effect on the Diurnal Tide
MLTG-02 Aguilar Guerrero, Jaime, Student IN poster competition Mountain waves observed with an All Sky Imager at the Andes Lidar Observatory
MLTG-03 Cao, Bing, Student IN poster competition Intermittency of Gravity Wave Momentum Flux in the Mesopause Region Observed with All Sky Imager in Maui and Cerro Pachón
MLTG-04 Carstens, Justin Neal, Non-student UV albedo perturbations produced by gravity waves as seen from space
MLTG-05 Cullens, Chihoko Yamashita, Non-student The 11-year Solar Cycle Signature on Gravity Waves
MLTG-06 Fisher, Daniel J., Student IN poster competition Simulating Thermospheric Optical Observations in the Presence of a Gravity Wave
MLTG-07 Negale, Michael R,, Student IN poster competition Thermospheric Gravity Wave Observations over Alaska Using the Poker Flat Incoherent Scatter Radar
MLTG-08 George, Richard, Student NOT in poster competition The Effects of Gravity Waves on Airglow Temperatures in the MLT Region
MLTG-09 Guo, Yafang, Student IN poster competition Vertical Na and heat flux by gravity waves over the Andes Lidar Observatory
MLTG-10 CANCELLED Hall, Stephen, Student IN poster competition Calculation of Gravity Wave Altitude Limits
MLTG-11 Heale, Christopher, Student IN poster competition Numerical simulations of small-scale gravity wave propagation through horizontally and vertically varying background winds
MLTG-12 Lu, Xian, Non-student Vertical Evolution of Gravity Wave Potential Energy and Spectra from 30 to 110 km at McMurdo (77.8°S, 166.7°E), Antarctica
MLTG-13 Lu, Xian, Non-student, presented by PhD student Jian Zhao, A coordinated study of high-frequency gravity waves using lidars and temperature mapper
MLTG-14 Mehta, Dhvanit, Student IN poster competition Gravity Wave Characterization and Ray-tracing over South Pole
MLTG-15 Nielsen, Kim, Non-student Multi-Year Analysis of Short-Period Gravity Waves Over Alaska Under Various Stratospheric Weather Conditions
MLTG-16 Pugmire, Jonathan, Student IN poster competition Initial Measurements of Mesospheric Gravity Waves over McMurdo, Antarctica
MLTG-17 Vail, Christopher, Student IN poster competition Gravity Wave Parameters over Eureka, Canada in 2008-2009
MLTG-18 Vargas, Fabio, Student NOT in poster competition Uncertainties on Gravity Wave Parameters Obtained from Nightglow Image Data

Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Lidar Studies
MLTL-01 Barry, Ian Forest, Student IN poster competition Applications of Atomic Filters in Na Doppler Lidar
MLTL-02 Barton, David Lee, Student IN poster competition Seasonal Variations of Relative Neutral Densities between 45 and 90 km Determined from USU Rayleigh Lidar Observations
MLTL-03 Cai, Xuguang, Student IN poster competition Investigations on seasonal variations of Gravity waves forcing by Na lidar over Logan, Utah (41.7°N, 111.8°W)
MLTL-04 Fong, Weichun, Student IN poster competition Lidar observations of temperature climatology from 0 to 110 km and mechanism study of winter temperature tides of fast amplitude growth above 100 km at McMurdo (77.8S, 166.7E), Antarctica
MLTL-05 Gao, Qi, Student NOT in poster competition Thermospheric sodium layers observed by lidars at five sites over China
MLTL-06 Gerding, Michael, Non-student Daytime lidar soundings in the mesosphere: New results from IAP lidars at Kühlungsborn
MLTL-07 Huang, Wentao, Non-student Direct measurements of vertical gravity-wave and eddy heat and Na fluxes in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere at Boulder (40°N, 105°W), Colorado
MLTL-08 Li, Jintai, Student IN poster competition First lidar observation of the mesospheric nickel layer
MLTL-09 Sox, Leda, Student IN poster competition Midlatitude Mesospheric Temperature Anomalies During Major SSW Events as Observed with Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar
MLTL-10 Thomas, David Matthew, Student IN poster competition Wide Dynamic Range Acquisition for Lidar
MLTL-11 Wickwar, Vincent B., Non-student Extremely Sensitive Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar at USU
MLTL-12 Yu, Zhibin, Student NOT in poster competition Roles played by E-field, vertical wind and aurora in the source and formation of thermospheric Fe/Fe+ layers at high latitudes
MLTL-13 Zhang, Tiemin, Non-student Observation of Sporadic Sodium Layer at a low-latitude location, China by Lida
MLTL-14 Smith, John A., Student IN poster competition New scientific frontiers in resonance-fluorescence Doppler lidar

Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere General Studies
MLTS-01 Smith, Anne, Non-student Heating Efficiency from the Exothermic Reaction of H with O3

Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Other Tidal, Planetary Waves, or Sudden Stratosphere Warnings
MLTT-01 Elhawary, Reham, Student IN poster competition Planetary Wave Variability of Sq Currents
MLTT-02 Barrett, Adam, Student IN poster competition Effects of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation and the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation on the Diurnal tides
MLTT-03 Nguyen, Vu Anh, Student IN poster competition Simulation of the 16-day wave in the stratosphere and mesosphere using TIME-GCM and MERRA
MLTT-04 Wang, Jack Chieh, Student IN poster competition Tidal Variability Due to the Quasi-biennial Oscillation and Ionospheric Responses
MLTT-05 Warder, David M., Student IN poster competition Automated Computation of Hough Modes at Higher Wave-Numbers Using MATLAB

Sprites
SPRT-01 Liu, Ningyu, Non-student Possible Sources of Ionospheric Inhomogeneities Initiating Sprite Streamers
SPRT-02 Morrison, Michael Dwayne, Student IN poster competition GPS Timing for Simple, Automatic Camera Systems to Observe Transient Luminous Events
SPRT-03 Spiva, Nicholas, Student IN poster competition Estimation of Locations and Altitudes of Upward Electrical Discharges Observed Above Tropical Depression Dorian