From John Plane (j.m.c.plane at leeds.ac.uk) on 21 June 2013.
The 11th Layered Phenomena in the Mesopause Region (LPMR) workshop is being held at the University of Leeds from the 29th July – 1st August 2013. This meeting will continue a biennial series designed to advance understanding of phenomena which occur in the atmosphere between about 80 and 120 km. These phenomena include noctilucent clouds, metallic layers and aerosols produced by meteoric ablation, plasma layers, and perturbations caused by space weather. The workshop will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of new results and ideas on topics ranging from the microphysics of mesospheric particles to the global processes controlling the state of the mesosphere. It is anticipated, based on previous meetings, that participants will include researchers involved in ground-based, rocket-borne and satellite measurements; laboratory studies; and modeling on all scales of this coupled dynamical, radiative, chemical, and plasma environment. A particular focus of the workshop will be to promote discussion of future directions for international, interdisciplinary cooperation.
The website (www.lpmr.leeds.ac.uk) is open for registration. The provisional program is also on the website. Although the deadline for abstract submission has passed, it may be possible to include an additional talk in the oral program, and poster submissions are welcome.
Professor John Plane
School of Chemistry
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT
Tel. (44) 113 3438044
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