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Dear CEDAR Editor

We would be grateful if you would distribute the message below in the CEDAR newsletter.

Best wishes, jesper

22:48, 9 August 2010 (UTC)22:48, 9 August 2010 (UTC)22:48, 9 August 2010 (UTC)22:48, 9 August 2010 (UTC)~~ Jesper W. Gjerloev, Ph.D.

Senior Staff Scientist
PI - SuperMAG Initiative
Applied Physics Laboratory
Johns Hopkins University
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, MD 20723-6099

Work Phone : +1 240 228 5014 Work FAX : +1 240 228 1641 E-mail: jesper.gjerloev at jhuapl.edu<mailto:jesper.gjerloev at jhuapl.edu> SuperMAG: http://supermag.jhuapl.edu

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Dear colleagues,


Please note the session on " Auroral Forms And Their Role In The Dungey Convection Cycle", to be held at the upcoming AGU 2010 Fall Meeting, 13-17 December 2010, in San Francisco. Papers based on observations from ground-based or space assets, theoretical studies, or simulations/modeling are all welcome.


Best regards,

Jesper W Gjerloev, Brian Anderson, Larry Lyons, and William Lotko



AGU Fall Meeting 2010

SM13: Auroral Forms And Their Role In The Dungey Convection Cycle

Sponsor: SPA-Magnetospheric Physics

Co-Sponsor: SPA-Aeronomy


AURORAL FORMS and their role in THE DUNGEY CONVECTION CYCLE

Closing the Dungey global convection cycle is a fundamental space physics problem that all driven magnetospheres have to resolve. At Earth this cycle is intimately tied to the electrodynamics of the meso-scale auroral forms seen in the nighttime sector. These recurrent forms are associated with the field-aligned currents which determine the pattern and degree of return flow on the nightside. The closure processes spawn a multitude of scale sizes whose roles in energy and momentum transport are not currently understood. Papers based on observations from ground-based or space assets, theoretical studies, or simulations/modeling are all welcome.


Abstract submission for the AGU Fall Meeting 2010 is now open.

Submission deadline of Thursday 2 September 2010.

Also note that Friday 27 August is the last day to join the AGU in order to submit an abstract as a member. More details will be posted on the AGU fall meeting website at http://www.agu.org/meetings/fm10/.


Convenors:

Jesper W Gjerloev, Johns Hopkins University APL, Jesper.Gjerloev at jhuapl.edu


Brian Anderson, Johns Hopkins University APL, Brian.Anderson at jhuapl.edu


Larry Lyons, UCLA, larry at atmos.ucla.edu William Lotko, Dartmouth University, William.Lotko at dartmouth.edu


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