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Latest revision as of 14:12, 29 June 2020

Contents

Description

A number of dramatic discoveries are emerging from research in the equatorial ionosphere. These include progress in understanding and forecasting ionospheric irregularities and space weather, discoveries of new waves and instabilities in the valley region, F region, and inner plasmasphere, and a better appreciation for the impact of neutral winds and waves on the ionospheric state. These discoveries are matched my a number of new observing platforms and methods. ICON. GOLD, and COSMIC II offer exciting opportunities for renewing what we know about the ionosphere at low and middle latitudes. Jicamarca is undergoing a substantial upgrade which will permit the measurement of all ionospheric state variables simultaneously and also allow almost continuous ISR observations. The LISN network and some newly-deployed optical instruments will promote discovery research further. Finally, the possibility of a NASA sounding rocket campaign from PERU in the next few years appears likely and timely.

This workshop will review some of the most notable, recent discoveries and connect the work with the myriad experimental possibilities that have emerged suddenly together. The goal is to help join experimentalists, theorists, and modelers with a range of backgrounds and channel their efforts into the most promising emerging lines of research near the magnetic equator.

Agenda

Marco Milla: Jicamarca facility and upgrade status

Jorge Chau: Multistatic meteor wind campaigns

Gerald Lehmacher: 150 km echo experimental results

William Longley: 150 km echo theory

Carlos Martinis: Optical research at magnetic equator

Cesar Valladares: LISN status

David Hysell: ESF forecasting

Fabiano Rodrigues: AMISR 14 results

Sevag Derghazarian: High-altitude echoes

Joe Huba: IVM/ SAMI3 modelcomparisons

Robert Pfaff: NASA rocket campaign in Peru

How to participate in the session

Join the session using the zoom meeting ID 951 5963 8688, password 767495.

Workshop Summary

This is where the final summary workshop report will be.

Presentation Resources

Upload presentation and link to it here. Links to other resources.

Upload Files Here

Lehmacher, G.: 150-km echoes: Jicamarca Studies (Lehmacher, Kudeki, Reyes ...)

Hysell, D.: Session slides and Hysell talk

Pfaff, R.: Rocket campaign update

Milla, M.: Jicamarca Radio Observatory status during COVID-19

Rodrigues, F. S.: AMISR-14: Observations of equatorial spread F, current status and plans

Derghazarian, S.: High-altitude echoes

Huba, J.: SAMI3/IVM ion composition simulations

Chau, J.: MIMO meteor wind measurements

Longley, W.: Upper hybrid instability theory

Valladares, C.: LISN network update