From Irfan Azeem (iazeem at astraspace.net) on 31 July 2013.
We encourage you to submit an abstract to the 2013 Fall AGU Meeting session SA007: Geospace Research from Antarctica. A brief description of our session is below.
The uniqueness of Antarctica for conducting solar-terrestrial research has been acknowledged for decades. The continent has hosted a variety of instruments dedicated to studying the earth’s atmosphere, its space environment, and solar-terrestrial interactions. Over the last decade, new instrumentation and new automated monitoring stations have enabled exploration of new scientific ideas, covering diverse topics that include investigations of aurora, induced electrical currents, space weather, wave-particle interactions, geomagnetic fields, ionospheric and upper atmosphere composition, neutral wind dynamics, and atmospheric waves. This session solicits presentations and posters describing studies in space physics and aeronomy from Antarctica. Inter-hemispheric and conjugacy studies as well as studies incorporating Antarctic observations in the global context are also welcome.
The dates of the meeting are 9-13 December, 2013. Abstract submission is now open, and it closes on 6 August. Please see http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013/ for more details. If you have any questions, please contact the conveners below.
Prof. Andy Gerrard, New Jersey Institute of Technology firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Mike Taylor Utah State University Mike.Taylor@usu.edu
Dr. Damian Murphy Australian Antarctic Division email@example.com
Irfan Azeem ASTRA LLC firstname.lastname@example.org
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