We draw your attention to the following session at the December (Fall) 2010 AGU meeting in San Francisco.
G17: Geophysical Remote Sensing With Current And Future Global Navigation Satellite Systems
Description: New open signals from Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) - modernized US GPS, Russian GLONASS and the planned European Galileo and Chinese COMPASS - provide unprecedented opportunity for novel geophysical remote sensing approaches. Reflected and scattered L-band signals measure surface topography of oceans and cryosphere, sea surface roughness, surface permittivity and soil moisture. GNSS radio occultations can provide much improved atmospheric and ionospheric retrievals, including penetration into the atmospheric boundary layer. We encourage submissions on novel GNSS remote sensing approaches with current and future systems, including scientific results, experimental data and instruments.
Sponsors: Geodesy, Atmospheric Sciences, Cryosphere, Ocean Sciences, SPA-Aeronomy
Conveners: Anthony J. Mannucci (1) Estel Cardellach (2) Chi Ao (1)
(1) Jet Propulsion Laboratory
California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA, USA
(2) Institut de Ciències de l'Espai
Campus UAB/Fac Ciencies Torre C-5-parell-2a planta 08193 Bellaterra, Spain
Please note the following deadlines and dates for this meeting.
Abstract Deadline: September 2, 2010. Fall AGU Meeting Date: December 13-17, 2010.
We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco.
Best Regards, Tony Mannucci, Estel Cardellach and Chi Ao
-- Tony Mannucci Supervisor, Ionospheric and Atmospheric Remote Sensing Group Mail-Stop 138-308, Tel > (818) 354-1699 Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Fax > (818) 393-5115 California Institute of Technology, Email > Tony.Mannucci@jpl.nasa.gov 4800 Oak Grove Drive, http://genesis.jpl.nasa.gov Pasadena, CA 91109 _______________________________________________ Cedar_email mailing list Cedar_email@mailman.ucar.edu http://mailman.ucar.edu/mailman/listinfo/cedar_email