CEDAR Workshop Tutorials
GEM Workshop Tutorials from 1999-2007
All CEDAR Tutorials and Prize Lectures are on-line starting in 2001, with 1 tutorial and the Prize Lecture from 2000. Make copies only for personal use. These files are very large, and may not print properly on printers that are on the network without extended memory. If you have problems printing them, ask for a hard copy from Barbara Emery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To cite files from the web, provide: Author's last name, initials, date of work: Title of work. URL (date of access). Examples are:
- Parker, E., CEDAR-SCOSTEP 2001: What We Need to Know about Solar Variability. http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wiki/images/5/52/Parker01.pdf (Date of access).
- Pasko, V., M. Stanley, J. Mathews, U. Inan and T. Wood, CEDAR 2002: Electrical discharge from a thundercloud top to the lower ionosphere. http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wiki/images/0/0e/2002_Workshop_Pasko-02-plenary.pdf (Date of access).
- Strangeway, R., CEDAR 2002: Auroral Acceleration Processes and Their Role in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling. http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wiki/images/9/9e/Strangeway02.pdf (Date of access).
CEDAR Workshop Tutorials have been video-taped since 1987, their viewgraphs and slides have been copied since 1991. Since 1995, tutorial speakers have been invited to publish their tutorials in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. The CEDAR Prize Lecture began to be video-taped in 1991, with hard-copies available since 1992, .pdfs of the presentations since 2000, and .mp4 videos since 2010. This is a list of what is available for interested users.
Videos of the CEDAR Workshop tutorials are available from 1987-present. Copies of the videos in NTSC, PAL, SECAM, or USA DVD (starting in 2004) are available from Brian Day (email@example.com, cell 720-933-0598) at:
Daylight Productions and Rentals
(formerly Garkie Audio/Visual Services, Inc.)
4700 Sterling Drive, Suite I
Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: (303) 440-3334, FAX: (303) 442-8180
Costs were for the time the tapes were made and could be less now. Contact Brian Day at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to Barbara Emery at email@example.com to arrange for back copies in a particular format, and for prices.
Free copies of the tutorial viewgraphs were only collected starting in 1991 and are available (1991 partial - present) from:
Barbara Emery, HAO/NCAR, P. O. Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307
Phone: (303) 497-1596, FAX: (303) 497-1589, e-mail Barbara Emery at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact email@example.com for free hard copies of any tutorial or CEDAR Prize Lecture notes.
Starting in 1995, the CEDAR tutorial lecturers were invited to publish their tutorials as a special issue for the Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics (JATP), renamed the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (JASTP) in 1997. They appear in single special issues about a year and a half later and are available from JASTP for $20+$5(shipping). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for back issues from their New York office. Some years, no special issue is done if there is insufficient interest among the tutorial speakers to publish. Notes of when or if these journal articles appeared are at the end of each year. Naturally, they are somewhat different from the lectures that were delivered, but are a very valuable resource in a citable form. The CEDAR Prize Lecture was not included in these articles until 1999.
2014 CEDAR Workshop
The 2014 CEDAR Workshop was held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington from Sunday to Thursday June 22-26. Included on video are the the fourth Distinguished lecture, 25th CEDAR Prize Lecture, 2 Grand Challenge Tutorials, and 2 Science Highlights. The videos cover 4.25h on 2 DVDs with breakpoints and tables of contents. The price for a single DVD is $30, while the set of 2 is $55. (NOTE: The default Windows VLC Media Player 2.1.3 works fine.) All of the videos are on-line as H.264-MPEG4 videos which can be viewed with QuickTime on a PC or mplayer on linux. The powerpoint slides are available as .pdf and .mp4 files below and are also linked to the 2014 Workshop Agenda at http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php/2014_Workshop:Agenda .
1) DVD 1 of 2, 126 min total
- CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #4: From Discovery to System Science by Rod Heelis (UTD) - 49 min (mp4)
- Grand Challenge Tutorial #1: Challenges in high-latitude geospace science by Herb Carlson (USU) - 59 min (mp4)
- Science Highlight #1: Recent Science Results from AMPERE and Applications to Advancing our Understanding of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling by Brian Anderson (JHU/APL) et al. - 18 min (mp4)
2) DVD 2 of 2, 128 min total
- CEDAR Prize #25: Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling by Tides and Planetary Waves by Jeff Forbes (U CO) et al. - 47 min (mp4)
- Grand Challenge Tutorial #2: Impact of lower atmosphere waves sources on the thermosphere and ionosphere by Tim Fuller-Rowell (CIRES/NOAA) et al. - 62 min (mp4)
- Science Highlight #2: Sun-to-Atmosphere, Sure, Yet Still One Link Short: Results from the NSF Frontiers of Earth System Dynamics 'Sun-to-Ice' Project by Harlan Spence (U NH) - 19 min (mp4)
2013 CEDAR Workshop
The 2013 CEDAR Workshop was held in Boulder, Colorado from Saturday to Friday June 22-28. Included on video are the the third Distinguished lecture, 24th CEDAR Prize Lecture, 3 Tutorials, 3 Science Highlights, and the Workshop "50 years of Gravity Wave Research - a Tribute to Colin Hines". The videos cover 8h 7min on 3 DVDs with breakpoints and tables of contents. The price for a single DVD is $30, while the set of 3 is $80. (NOTE: The default Windows Media Player often has no sound for these DVDs so click on 'Play POWERDVD DX' instead.) All of the videos are on-line as H.264-MPEG4 videos which can be viewed with QuickTime on a PC or mplayer on linux. The powerpoint slides are available as .pdf files or .mp4 videos linked below.
1) DVD 1 of 3, CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #3 (63 min), CEDAR Prize Lecture #24 (50 min), and 3 CEDAR Science Highlights (50 min) or 163 min total
- CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #3: A Couple's Journey through Fifty Years of Ionospheric Space Weather Research by Sunanda and Santimay Basu (Boston College) - 63 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #24: 150-km echoes and their relevance to Aeronomy by Jorge Chau (Jicamarca Radio Observatory, Peru) - 50 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #1: Thermospheric Neutral Density Damping Response to Sheath-Enhanced Geospace Storms by Delores Knipp (University of Colorado) - 17 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #2: Intermediate Scale Ionospheric Structure: A Done Deal or Neglected Topic? by Chuck Rino (Boston College) - 16 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #3: High-Resolution Mapping of Auroral Ion-Neutral Coupling by Mark Conde (University of Alaska) - 17 min (mp4)
2) DVD 2 of 3, CEDAR Tutorial #1 (75 min with 3 speakers and a panel), #2 (54 min) and #3 (52 min), or 181 min total
- CEDAR Tutorial #1: EUV effects on the thermosphere and ionosphere: EUV-vs-F10.7 proxy models
- CEDAR Tutorial #1a: Ionosphere electron density modeling with F107.7 solar EUV proxy models by Phil Richards (George Mason University) - 17 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #1b: Solar EUV Proxies: Why would you want to use anything else? by Rodney Viereck (Space Weather Prediction Center/ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) - 15 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #1c: Solar EUV Spectral Irradiance: Measurements by Frank Eparvier (University of Colorado) - 19 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #1d: Panel Discussion - 24 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #2: Ionospheric Imaging: From two-dimensional tomography to data assimilation by Gary Bust (Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory) - 54 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #3: Atmospheric tides and their roles in vertical coupling by Ruth Lieberman (GATS) - 52 min (mp4)
3) DVD 3 of 3, Workshop "50 years of Gravity Wave Research - a Tribute to Colin Hines" 143 min total with questions and answers throughout
- “Starting Steps On My Path to Internal Atmospheric Gravity Waves” by Colin Hines (retired) and introduction by Dave Fritts (GATS) - 22 min (mp4)
- "Multi-Scale Gravity Wave and Instability Dynamics in the Atmosphere” by Dave Fritts (GATS) and Ling Wang - 21 min (mp4)
- “Observations of Gravity-Wave Momentum Fluxes and Intermittency over Antarctica from Long-Duration Balloon Flights in the Stratosphere” by Albert Hertzog (Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique, France), R. Plougonven, V. Jewtoukoff, and R. A. Vincent - 21 min (mp4)
- “Characteristics of Self Acceleration driven Gravity Wave Instability" by Brian Laughman (GATS), Dave Fritts, and Tom Lund - 19 min (mp4)
- “Horizontal and Vertical Wave Parameters of Thermospheric Gravity Waves, and Relationship to Neutral Winds” by S. L. Vadas (NWRA), M. J. Nicolls, M. P. Sulzer, and N. Aponte - 28 min (mp4)
- “Gravity Wave Seeding of Equatorial Spread F” by J. D. Huba (NRL), J. Krall, T-W Wu, D. Fritts, and D. L. Hysell - 21 min (mp4)
- “A New Imaging Capability for Mesospheric Gravity Wave Research” by Mike Taylor (USU), Dominique Pautet, Dave Fritts, and G Stober - 11 min (mp4)
2012 CEDAR Workshop
The 2012 CEDAR Workshop was held in Santa Fe, New Mexico from Sunday to Friday June 25-29. Included on video are the 23rd CEDAR Prize Lecture, the second Distinguished lecture, 3 Tutorials, 6 Science Highlights, and the CESM/WACCM-X Tutorial Workshop. The videos cover 8h 25min on 4 DVDs with breakpoints and tables of contents. The price for a single DVD is $25, while the set of 4 is $90. All of the videos are on-line as H.264-MPEG4 videos which can be viewed with QuickTime. The powerpoint slides are available as .pdf files (missing Paxton) or .mp4 videos linked below.
1) DVD 1 of 4, CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #2 (66 min), CEDAR Prize Lecture #23 (54 min), and CEDAR Tutorial #1 (50 min) or 170 min total
- CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #2: Incoherent Scatter Radar: Some Early History and Further Thoughts by Donald Farley (Cornell University) - 66 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #23: Stratospheric Warmings and their Effects in the Ionosphere by Larisa Goncharenko (MIT) - 54 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #1: Comparative Aeronomy by Andrew Nagy (University of Michigan) - 50 min (mp4) (Includes a book prize for best student question)
2) DVD 2 of 4, CEDAR Tutorial #2 (60 min) and #3 (45 min), or 105 min total
- CEDAR Tutorial #2: Creating a Future for Aeronomy (.pdf is not available) by Larry Paxton (Applied Physics Lab of the Johns Hopkins University) - 60 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial #3: Inferring Limitations of Numerical Models by Jan Sojka (Utah State University) - 45 min (mp4)
3) DVD 3 of 4, CEDAR Science Highlights 1-6 (23+18+20+21+20+23 min), or 125 min total
- CEDAR Science Highlight #1: Large-scale View of Mid-latitude Plasma Convection by Simon Shepherd (Dartmouth College) - 23 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #2: Nonlinear Dynamics of Deep Gravity Waves in the Thermosphere by David Fritts (GATS) - 18 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #3: Stormtime O+ Redistribution: a Connection to Storm Strength? by Thomas Immel (University of California at Berkeley) - 20 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #4: Concentric gravity waves generated by deep convection on the Great Plains by Jia Yue (NCAR and U PR) - 21 min ([http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/on-line_video/2012/2012_CEDAR_Science_Highlight_4_Yue.mp4 mp4])
- CEDAR Science Highlight #5: Imaging the Ionosphere Using Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar by Xiaoxing Pi (Jet Propulsion Lab) - 20 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight #6: Mesoscale Ionospheric Sensing Using Modern Radio Interferometers by Kenneth Dymond (Naval Research Lab) - 23 min (mp4)
4) DVD 4 of 4, Workshop on CESM/WACCM-X: A Tutorial (6+45+40+14), or 105 min total
- CESM/WACCM-X Tutorial: Overview by Hanli Liu (HAO/NCAR) - 6 min (mp4)
- CESM/WACCM-X Tutorial: CESM1 Tutorial by Sean Santos (CGD/NCAR) - 45 min (mp4) (Includes 4 min Q/A)
- CESM/WACCM-X Tutorial: WACCM Tutorial by Daniel Marsh (ACD/NCAR) - 40 min (mp4) (Includes 2 min Q/A)
- CESM/WACCM-X Tutorial: WACCM-X Tutorial by Joe McInereney (HAO/NCAR) - 14 min (mp4)
2011 Second Joint CEDAR-GEM Workshop
The 2011 Second Joint CEDAR-GEM Workshop had two IT-MAG perspectives on Outflow and on Coupling, and IT-MAG System Science which were included on the first DVD. The second DVD contains the GEM-CEDAR Student sponsored tutorial by Anthea Coster, plus the CEDAR Prize Lecture by Joe Huba, and a CEDAR Science Highlight by Callum Anderson. The third DVD was a special joint Workshop on Data Assimilation talks aimed at students. The total is (148+111+110 = 369min) 6h 9min on 3 DVDs with breakpoints and tables of contents. The price for a single DVD is $25, while the set of 3 is $70. For the second time, all the videos are on-line as H.264-MPEG4 videos which can be viewed with QuickTime. The powerpoint slides are available as .pdf files or .mp4 videos linked below.
1) DVD 1 of 3 (IT/MAG Perspectives (20+17+32=69min) and System Science (7+28+19+23=77 min) 148 min total)
- Outflow and Mass Flow (IT and MAG perspectives)
- Outflow and Mass Flow: What is Needed from the Magnetosphere Community by Robert W Schunk (Utah State University) - 20 min (mp4)
- A Magnetospheric Perspective on Ionospheric Outflow by William Lotko (Dartmouth College) - 17 min (mp4)
- Inner Magnetosphere-Ionosphere (IMI) Coupling (MI Coupling - IM Coupling) by Pontus Brandt (APL/JHU) and Mark Moldwin (University of Michigan) - 32 min (mp4)
- IT and MAG System Science (chair Josh Semeter, Boston University)
- CEDAR The New Dimension by Jeffrey Thayer (former CSSC chair, University of Colorado) - 7 min (mp4)
- System Science by David L Hysell (Cornell University) - 28 min (mp4)
- The CEDAR-GEM System by Thomas Immel (University of California at Berkeley) - 19 min (mp4)
- Geospace at the System Level: Reductionism v. Complexity by Michael W Liemohn (University of Michigan) - 23 min (mp4)
2) DVD 2 of 3, CEDAR-GEM Student Tutorial (52 min), CEDAR Prize Lecture #22 (41 min), and CEDAR Science Highlight (18 min) or 111 min total
- CEDAR-GEM Student Tutorial: A Student Tutorial: Using GPS to study Magnetospheric-Ionospheric Coupling by Anthea Coster (MIT Haystack Observatory) - 52 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #22 Modeling Global Ionospheric Phenomena by Joseph D Huba (Naval Research Laboratory) - 41 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Science Highlight: Exploring Local-Scale Flow Structures in Thermospheric Winds using a Bistatic Array of All-sky Imaging Fabry-Perot Spectrometers by Callum Anderson (University of Alaska at Fairbanks) - 18 min (mp4)
3) DVD 3 of 3, Tutorial/Workshop on Data Assimilation (2+35+23+30+20=110 min)
- CEDAR-GEM Joint Workshop: Student Tutorial/Workshop on Data Assimilation
- Introduction by Delores Knipp (University of Colorado) - 2 min (mp4)
- Data Assimilation Techniques 101 (and Their Use for Ionospheric Science and Applications) by Ludger Scherliess (Utah State University) - 35 min (mp4)
- Understanding Data Assimilation: Applications to High-Latitude Ionospheric Electrodynamics by Tomoko Matsuo (University of Colorado, SWPC/NOAA) - 23 min (mp4)
- Radiation Belt Data Assimilation: Overview and Challenges by Josef Koller and Humberto Godinez (Los Alamos National Laboratory) - 30 min (mp4)
- Ionospheric Imaging and Data Assimilation by Gary S Bust (Atmospheric & Space Technology Research Associates) - 20 min (mp4)
2010 CEDAR 25th Anniversary Workshop
The anniversary banquet speeches, awards, and photos were included as well as four science highlights, two memorial talks, the first Distinguished Lecture, the 21st CEDAR Prize Lecture, Student Keynote speakers, and one Tutorial in 11h 33min on 5 DVDs with breakpoints and tables of contents. The price for a single DVD is $25, while the set of 5 is $100. For the first time, all the videos are on-line as H.264-MPEG4 videos which can be viewed with QuickTime. The powerpoint slides are available as .pdf files or .mp4 videos linked below.
1) DVD 1 of 5 (60+23+30=113 min)
- 25th anniversary celebration (62 min plus 23 min of photos over 25 years)
- Gerald Romick (First CSSC Chair 1987-1988 from U AK) – 6 min (mp4)
- Joseph Salah (7th CSSC Chair 1997-1999 from MIT) – 17 min (mp4)
- Michael Mendillo on 1 Sep 2009 EOS (6th CSSC Chair 1996-1997 from Boston U) – 10 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Statistics over 25 years, Barbara Emery, HAO/NCAR - 6 min (mp4)
- Perfect Attendance Awards, Barbara Emery, HAO/NCAR – 6 min (mp4)
- CSSC Chair Awards, Jeffrey Thayer, CSSC Chair 2007-2010 from U CO) - 10 min (mp4)
- Service Award to Barbara Emery by Jeffrey Thayer - 2 min (mp4)
- Closing Comments by Jeffrey Thayer (U CO) and Jan Sojka (USU) - 3 min (mp4)
- CEDAR 25th Anniversary Photos with captions over 25 years - 23 min (mp4)
- Memorial Talks – 15 min each or 30 min total, where longer written memorial articles are in the Spring 2010, volume 57 (7.1 MB, CEDAR Post, and in the Email version with lower resolution pictures (1.5 MB)
2) DVD 2 of 5 (61+70+28=159 min)
- CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #1 The NCAR Thermospheric General Circulation Models (TGCMs): Past, Present and Future Raymond Roble, HAO/NCAR - 61 min (mp4)
- WACCM Talks:
- WAACM Tutorial: The Community Climate System Model version 4 (CCSM4) and the Community Earth System Model version 1 (CESM1) Tutorial, Brian Kauffman, CGD/NCAR - 70 min (mp4)
- WACCM How-To Five Fun Things to Do with WACCM (Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model), Michael Mills, ACD/NCAR - 28 Min (mp4)
3) DVD 3 of 5 (55+67=122 min)
- Student Keynote Lecture #1 Equatorial Aeronomy from a Radar Perspective, David Hysell, Cornell University - 55 min (mp4)
- Student Keynote Lecture #2 Modeling and Forecasting the Equatorial Ionospheric Density and Scintillation, Odile de la Beaujardière, AF Research Lab - 55 min (mp4)
4) DVD 4 of 5 (45+53+81=179 min)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #21 Using Active Experiments to SEE and HEAR the Ionosphere, Paul Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory - 45 min (mp4)
- CEDAR Tutorial The Earth’s Hydrogen Corona, Edwin Mierkiewicz, University of Wisconsin - 53 min (mp4)
- Science Highlight Talks (18+24+17+22=81 min) by
- Philip Erickson, MIT, Stormtime Ionospheric Redistribution at Mid-Latitudes: A Coupled Geospace Phenomenon - 18 min (mp4)
- Liying Qian, HAO/NCAR, Modeling Efforts to Explain Observed Trends in the Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere - 24 min (mp4)
- Ja Soon Shim, CCMC, CCMC Research and Education Resources for the CEDAR Community - 17 min (mp4)
- Joshua Semeter, BU, PFISR Science: The First Three Years - 22 min (mp4)
5) DVD 5 of 5 (CEDAR Mini LIDAR School 6+35+32+24+23=120 min)
- CEDAR Mini LIDAR School Introduction, Xinzhao Chu, U CO - 6 min (mp4)
- Talk #1: LIDAR Exploration of Atmosphere and Space, Xinzhao Chu, U CO - 35 min (mp4)
- Talk #2: Na Lidar for Measuring Temperature and Wind, Chiao-Yao (Joe) She, CSU – 32 min (mp4)
- Talk #3: Rayleigh/Mie LIDAR for …, Andrew Gerrard, NJIT – 24 min (mp4)
- Talk #4: Resonance Fluorescence Lidar for Study of Different Species in MLT Region, Shikha Raizada, Arecibo Obs – 23 min (mp4)
2009 CEDAR Workshop
4 separate DVDs that run about 2 hours each. The DVD format is USA for 'All Regions', which we know is OK for PAL places like Australia. ($85 for set of 4)
A set of 4 DVDs is $85 (includes postage), or $25 for a single disc. The talks are separated by 'chapter' breakpoints at the beginning of each talk so if you press 'next' on your DVD remote, the DVD skips to the next talk. There is no 'menu' at the beginning to do this, but the breakpoints are there.
The talks are on-line at http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu Click on 'Workshops', '2009 Workshop', 'Agenda', and then the particular talk. The 7 hr 3 min of talks are ordered on 4 DVDs as:
1) DVD 1 of 4 (1 h 59 min)
- Student Opening Talk - 16 min, Introduction to the CEDAR program, Jeffrey Thayer, CSSC Chair, University of Colorado
- Student Keynote Lecture #1 - 60 min, Ionospheric Measurement Techniques, Michael Kelley, Cornell University (on tape hosted by Roger Varney)
- Student Keynote Lecture #2 - 43 min, Next-generation instruments for geospace science, John Foster, MIT Haystack Observatory
2) DVD 2 of 4 (1 h 56 min)
- Student Tutorial #1 of 6 - 54 min, Radars: Powerful tools to study the upper atmosphere, Jorge Chau, Jicamarca Observatory and Roger Varney, Cornell University
- Student Tutorial #4 of 6 - 62 min, Using GPS receivers to study the upper atmosphere, Jonathan Makela, University of Illinois
3) DVD 3 of 4 (1 h 41 min)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #20 - 52 min, New observational capabilities for studying the lower ionosphere using Incoherent Scatter Radar, Michael Nicolls, SRI International
- CEDAR Tutorial #1 - 49 min, Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM) studies of the upper atmosphere, Dan Marsh, ACD/NCAR
4) DVD 4 of 4 (1 h 27 min)
- CEDAR Tutorial #2 - 43 min, Electrodynamics in the mid-latitudes, Anthea Coster, MIT Haystack Observatory
- CEDAR Tutorial #3 - 44 min, Strategies for successful CubeSat development, Jordi Puig-Suari, California Polytech State University in San Luis Obispo
2008 CEDAR Workshop
The DVD format is USA for 'All Regions', which we know is OK for PAL places like Australia. The 5 hr 23 min of talks are ordered on three DVDs ($65 for set of 3) as:
1) DVD 1 of 3 (2 h 01 min)
- Student Opening Talk - 11 min, Jeffrey Thayer (CSSC Chair, U of CO), From CEDAR Graduate Student to CEDAR Chair
- Student Keynote Lecture - 43 min, Thomas J Bogdan (SWPC/NOAA), Space Weather and the Ionosphere
- Student Tutorial - 40 min, Joseph D Huba (NRL), Ionosphere/Thermosphere/Magnetosphere: ITM Electrodynamic Coupling
- Student Workshop Talk #1 - 28 min, Janet Kozyra (U of MI), Space Weather: Observational evidence for coupling and feedbacks involving the ITM
2) DVD 2 of 3 (1 h 41 min)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #19 - 50 min, Sharon Vadas (NWRA/CoRA), The coupling of the lower atmosphere to the thermosphere via gravity wave excitation, propagation and dissipation
- Tutorial #1 - 51 min, Hanli Liu (HAO/NCAR), Atmospheric gravity waves: Applying classroom physics to research
3) DVD 3 of 3 (1 h 41 min)
- Tutorial #2 - 54 min, Thomas Immel (U of CA Berkeley), Imaging geospace: Providing critcal understanding of Earth's atmospher-ionosphere system
- Tutorial #3 - 47 min, David Hysell (Cornell U), Inverse Methods in Aeronomy
2007 CEDAR-DASI Workshop
Videos of the tutorials, Prize lecture, and 2 Student Keynotes (~6 hr on 3 DVDs) are available in USA DVD ($65?, saved for 'All Regions').
- Student Keynote #1: Jeffrey Forbes, University of Colorado, Dynamics of the Thermosphere
- Student Keynote #2: Arthur Richmond, HAO/NCAR, Neutral winds and their role in ionospheric electrodynamics Neutral winds and their role in ionospheric electrodynamics
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #18 with abstract: John Plane, University of Leeds, UK, Meteoric Smoke - Where on Earth is it?
- Tutorial #1: Diego Janches, Colorado Research Associates, The micrometeor flux in the MLT
- Tutorial #2: David Siskind, Naval Research Laboratory, State of the art of modeling the Mesosphere
- Tutorial #3: John Meriwether, Clemson University, State of the Art in Mesosphere Science
2006 CEDAR Workshop
Videos of the tutorials, Prize lecture, and Student Keynote (~5 hr on 3 DVDs) are available in USA DVD ($65, saved for 'All Regions').
- Student Keynote Lecture: John Sahr, University of Washington, Introduction to Ionospheric Radar Remote Sensing
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #17: Erhan Kudeki, University of Illinois, Incoherent Scatter Radar Perpendicular to B
- Tutorial #1: Michael Mendillo, Boston University, Comparative Aeronomy: Thermospheres and Ionospheres in the Solar System
- Tutorial #2: Larry Paxton, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, UV Remote Sensing
- Tutorial #3: Robert Schunk, Utah State University, Ionosphere: Past, Present and Future Problems
2005 First Joint CEDAR-GEM Workshop (20th CEDAR Workshop)
Videos of the CEDAR and joint tutorials and invited talks, CEDAR Prize lecture, student joint and CEDAR speakers (11.3 hr on 6 DVDs) are available on DVD for $95 (NTSC or PAL including postage) or for $20 per DVD. This is the second year the DVD format is offered (saved for 'All Regions'), and the first year we do not offer VHS since there were no takers in 2004.
- Student Lectures:
- Joint CEDAR-GEM Session:
- CEDAR Session:
- The Role of Ground-Based Observations in M-I Coupling Research - John Foster (MIT)
- Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling: Energy Dissipation Processes During Superstorms - Cheryl Huang (Air Force Research Laboratory) and William J. Burke
- Magnetospherically-Generated Ionospheric Electric Fields - Stan Sazykin (Rice University)
- Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling in Aurora - Dirk Lummerzheim (University of Alaska)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #16 by James Hecht (Aerospace Corporation): TOMEX (Turbulent Oxygen Mixing Experiment): A Rocket/Ground-Based Experiment to Study Instabilities over the MALT (Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere) - J. Hecht, R. Walterscheid, J. Clemmons, C. Gardner, A. Liu, G. Papen, G. Swenson, M. Larsen, R. Bishop and R. Roble
- CEDAR Tutorial: Atmospheric Tomography: The Odin/OSIRIS Experience - E. J. (Ted) Llewellyn (University of Saskatchewan, Canada), D. A. Degenstein, N. D. Lloyd, R. L. Gattinger and I. C. McDade
- Joint Talks:
- CEDAR 1983-2005 - Tim Killeen (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
- Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM): Not Business as Usual - C. T. Russell (University of California at Los Angeles)
- Sub-Auroral Electric Fields - An Inner Magnetosphere Perspective - Bob Spiro (Rice University))
- GEM Student Tutorial: Mass and energy flows into the ionosphere from the plasmasphere-ring current interface: New views from superstorms - Janet Kozyra (University of Michigan)
- Auroral Boundaries: Finding Them in Data and Models - Gang Lu (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
- The Advanced Modular Incoherent Scatter Radar (AMISR): Project review and initial results - Mike Kelley (Cornell University), Craig Heinselman, Rodolfo Cuevas and Brenton Watkins
- DASI: Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments - John Foster (MIT)
- e-Science for Geoscience: Virtual Observatories in the Framework of Electronic Geophysical Year - Vladimir Papitashvili (University of Michigan)
- Modelling Interactions between the Magnetosphere, Ionosphere and Thermosphere - Michael Wiltberger (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
- Understanding data assimilation: how observations and a model are weaved into the analysis via statistics - Tomoko Matsuo (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
2004 CEDAR Workshop
Videos of the tutorials, Prize lecture, and Student Keynote (5.5 hr on 3 tapes/DVDs) are available in NTSC ($65) and PAL ($90) format, as well as on USA DVD ($65). This is the first year the DVD format is offered (saved for 'All Regions').
- Student Keynote Lecture: Ronald F. Woodman, Radio Observatorio de Jicamarca, Incoherent and Coherent Scatter Radars: Jicamarca examples
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #15: Maura Hagan, High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Tidal Coupling in the Earth's Atmosphere
- Tutorial #1: Craig Heinselman, SRI International, The AMISR / ISR Capabilities
- Tutorial #2: Chester Gardner, University of Illinois, Middle Atmosphere Wind and Temperature Lidars: Current Capabilities and Future Challenges
- Tutorial #3: David Hysell, Cornell University, AMISR Contributions to Equatorial Aeronomy
- Tutorial #4: Paul Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory, Chemical Release Applications, Observations and Modeling
2003 CEDAR Workshop
Videos of the tutorials and CEDAR Prize lecture (~4.2 hr on 2 tapes) are available in NTSC ($45) and PAL ($60) format.
- Science Talk #1: V. Pasko, CSSL Laboratory, Penn Sate University, " Transient luminous events between thunderstorm tops and the lower ionosphere"
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #14: Chiao-Yao (Joe) She, Colorado State University, " Climatology and variability in the mesopause region over Colorado: Sodium lidar observation of temperature and winds"
- Tutorial #1: (Revised June 17) D. Pallamraju, Boston University, " Errors in airglow and auroral emission measurements"
- Tutorial #2: Santimay Basu, Air Force Research Laboratory, " Ionospheric scintillation: A tutorial"
- Tutorial #3: Michael Sulzer, Arecibo Observatory, " Errors in incoherent scatter measurements"
- Tutorial #4: Meers Oppenheim, Boston University, " Simulating ionospheric plasma physics using millions and millions of particles"
2002 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (About 4.5 hr on 2 regular speed 160 min tapes for $45 in NTSC, $60 in PAL or SECAM, $25/$35 for 1 NTSC/PAL tape, which includes the shipping. The Aponte talk is not on the video - no camera that day.)
- Science Talks:
- Nestor Aponte, Arecibo Observatory, (N. Aponte, M. P. Sulzer and S. A. Gonzalez), "Correction of the Jicamarca Te/Ti ratio problem: Verifying the effect of electron Coulomb collisions on the incoherent scatter spectrum" (not on video)
- Victor Pasko, CSSL Laboratory, Penn Sate University, (V. Pasko, M. Stanley, **J. Mathews, U. Inan and T. Wood), " Electrical Discharge from a Thundercloud Top to the Lower Ionosphere"
- Tutorial #1: Robert Strangeway, Institute of Geophysics & Planetary Physics, University of California in LA, " Auroral Acceleration Processes and Their Role in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling"
- Tutorial #2: Farzad Kamalabadi, University of Illinois, " Statistical Inversion Techniques: Indirect Measurements and Aeronomy"
- Tutorial #3: Rolando Garcia, Atmospheric Chemistry Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research, (R. R. Garcia, F. Sassi, B. Boville, D. Kinnison, D. Marsh, W. Randel and M. Park), " The Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM)"
- Tutorial #4: M. Joan Alexander, Colorado Research Associates (CoRA), "Gravity Wave Sources and Propagation in the Middle Atmosphere"
2001 CEDAR-SCOSTEP Symposium
Videos (about 9.7 hr on 4 regular speed 160 min tapes for $70 in NTSC, $95 in PAL or SECAM, $25 for 1 NTSC tape). Hard copy tutorials were available at the meeting for all but 3 of the PowerPoint presentations (Shibata, Schwenn, Koskinen), which were available later. All PowerPoint presentations for the 30-60 min invited talks and any scanned copies of transparencies will be put together in a CDRom by SCOSTEP.
- Keynote Lecture: Eugene Parker, University of Chicago, "What We Need to Know about Solar Variability" - 56 min
- Tutorial #1: K. Shibata, Kyoto University, Japan, "A Unified View of Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections" - 50 min
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #13: Hans Mayr, Goddard Space Flight Center, "Modelling Wave Driven Non-linear Flow Oscillations: The Terrestrial QBO, and a Solar Analog" - 39 min
- Tutorial #2: Karin Labitzke, Free University of Berlin, Germany, "Influence of the 11-Year Solar Variation on Atmospheric Circulation" - 45 min
- Tutorial #3: Joanna Haigh, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK, "Solar Influences on Global Climate Change and the IPCC Third Assessment Report" - 55 min
- Tutorial #4: Rod Heelis, University of Texas at Dallas, "Equatorial Ionospheric Electrodynamics" - 50 min
- Tutorial #5: Fabrizio Sassi and Rolando Garcia, CGD/ACD NCAR, "Dynamics of the Equatorial middle Atmosphere" - 56 min
- Tutorial #6: Anne Smith, ACD/NCAR, "Physics and Chemistry of the Mesopause Region" - 50 min
- Tutorial #7: S. Miyahara, Kyushu University, Japan, "Migrating and Non-migrating Tides in the MLT Region" - 52 min
- Tutorial #8: Rainer Schwenn, Max Plank Institute of Aeronomy, Germany, "The Solar Origins of Space Weather" - 61 min
- Tutorial #9: Hannu Koskinen, University of Helsinki, Finland, "Space Weather Energetics" - 57 min
The July 2004 JASTP journal (Vol 66, Issue 10) contains 2 of 11 2001 CEDAR-SCOSTEP Workshop talks. A third paper by Thayer and Semeter was included to present the magnetospheric input and effects in the polar atmosphere. The citations including an overview by Knipp are:
- Knipp, Delores J., Special Section on the Joint CEDAR-SCOSTEP Meeting, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 805-806, 2004.
- Heelis, R. A., Electrodynamics in the low and middle latitude ionosphere: a tutorial, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 825-838, 2004.
- Smith, Anne K., Physics and chemistry of the mesopause region, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 839-857, 2004.
- Thayer, Jeffrey P. and Joshua Semeter, The convergence of magnetospheric energy flux in the polar atmosphere, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 807-824, 2004.
(Link to JASTP .pdf at: http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/211/description where the Heelis and Smith papers are among the 'Most Downloaded Articles' for Apr 2004-Mar 2005 as well as being available under 'Volumes/Issues'.)
2000 Fifteenth CEDAR Workshop
Videos (4.8 hr on 2 regular speed 160 min tapes for $40 in NTSC, $55 in PAL or SECAM, $25 for 1 NTSC tape)
- Tutorial #2: Franz-Josef Luebken, University of Rostock, Germany, "The Thermal Structure of the Upper Mesosphere and its Relationship to Layered Phenomena" - 57 min
- Tutorial #1: Steven Bougher, University of Arizona, "Comparative Terrestrial Planet Thermospheres: Venus, Earth and Mars" - 53 min
- Panel: Panel Discussion on Planetary Atmospheres - 28 min
- Michael Mendillo (moderator)
- Thomas Slanger (Venus 557.7 nm)
- Michael Sulzer (Venus ISR obs?)
- Maura Hagan (Mars atmospheric waves)
- Marina Galand (solar system airglow/aurora workshop)
- Steven Bougher (tutorial speaker)
- Panel: Panel Discussion on Planetary Atmospheres - 28 min
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #12: Joshua Semeter, SRI International, "The Information Content of the Aurora" plus some black and white extra slides - 48 min
- Tutorial #4: Howard Singer, NOAA/SEC, "The Magnetosphere and Space Weather" - 50 min (with avi's or mpeg's for slides 12, 15c, and 35, slide 15a, slide 15b, slide 15d, slide 15e, slide 28, slide 29)
- Tutorial #3: Joe Salah/John Foster, MIT/Haystack Observatory, "Ionospheric Effects and Storm Studies: A Tribute to Michael Buonsanto" - 50 min
1999 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (6.0 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC, $75 in PAL or SECAM)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #11: D. Hysell, Clemson University, "A New Look at Low- and Mid-Latitude Ionospheric Irregularities" - 46 min
- Tutorial #1: U. Inan, Stanford University, "Transient Disturbances in the Nighttime Lower Ionosphere" - 52 min
- Tutorial #2: T. Schlatter, NOAA Forecast Systems Lab, "Variational Assimilation of Meteorological Observations: How it Works in the Lower Atmosphere" - 55 min
- Tutorial #3: C. R. Chappell, Vanderbuilt University, "Polar Ion Outflow - Is there enough to fill the Magnetosphere?" - 49 min
- Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes (S-TCP):
- S-TCP Tutorial #1: N. Crooker, Boston University, "Solar and Heliospheric Aspects of Solar-Terrestrial Coupling" - 40 min
- S-TCP Tutorial #2: L. Lyons, Univ of California at Los Angeles, "Magnetospheric Interactions with the Solar Wind and Ionosphere" - 49 min
- S-TCP Tutorial #3: A. Richmond, High Altitude Observatory, NCAR, "Ionosphere/Thermosphere: Response to Disturbances" - 37 min
The August 2000 JASTP journal (Vol 62, No. 12) contains 5 of 7 1999 CEDAR Workshop tutorials, as well as the CEDAR Prize Lecture. Missing tutorials are those by Inan and Chappell. The citations are:
- D. L. Hysell, An overview and synthesis of plasma irregularities in equatorial spread F, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1037-1056, 2000.
- T. W. Schlatter, Variational assimilation of meteorological observations in the lower atmosphere: A tutorial on how it works, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1057-1070, 2000.
- N. U. Crooker, Solar and heliospheric geoeffective disturbances, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1071-1085, 2000.
- L. R. Lyons, Geomagnetic disturbances: Characteristics of, distinction between types, and relations to interplanetary conditions, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1087-1114, 2000.
- A. D. Richmond and G. Lu, Upper-atmospheric effects of magnetic storms: A brief tutorial, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1115-1127, 2000.
1998 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (4.15 hr on 2 regular speed 160 min tapes for $40 in NTSC, $55 in PAL or SECAM, $25 for 1 NTSC tape)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #10: G. Swenson, University of Illinois, "A Model for Calculating Acoustic Gravity Wave Energy and Momentum Flux in the Mesosphere from OH Airglow" - 41 min
- Tutorial #3: G. Brasseur, ACD/NCAR, "Long-Term Variability and Global Change in the Middle and Lower Atmosphere" - 48 min
- Tutorial #4: A. J. Hundhausen, HAO/NCAR, "Coronal Mass Ejections" - 56 min
- Tutorial #1: T. Fuller-Rowell, SEC/NOAA, "Polar Aeronomy: Thermosphere-Ionosphere Interactions above 100 km" - 51 min
- Tutorial #2: M. Mendillo, Boston University, "Equatorial Aeronomy" - 53 min
The 1998 tutorial speakers were invited to write papers for JASTP, but some were not interested. In particular, the notes for the Hundhausen tutorial were expanded beyond what was given on the video so all plots have captions, and an outline was included in the hard-copies. The other lectures will not appear in JASTP since there were not sufficient to make a special issue.
1997 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (5.7 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC, $80 in PAL)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #9: "Multi-Instrument Studies of Ionospheric Electrodynamics" by Bela Fejer, Utah State University - 35 min + 9 min Q/A = 44 min
- Tutorial #4: "The Observation and Interpretation of Vertical Winds in the Mesosphere and Thermosphere" by Roger Smith, University of Alaska - 53 min
- Panel discussion of:
- Fred Biondi, University of Pittsburgh - 5 min
- Henry Rishbeth, University of Southampton, UK - 8 min
- Gonzalo Hernandez, University of Washington - 3 min
- Fred Herrero, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center - 3 min
- Some Q/A - ? min. We eliminated most questions in Tutorial #4 since several were inaudible, and elimination made it possible to have 3 tapes instead of 4.
- Panel discussion of:
- Tutorial #1: "Winds and Composition in the Thermosphere" by Henry Rishbeth, University of Southampton, UK - 56 min + 4 min Q/A = 60 min
- Tutorial #3: "Daytime Optical Aeronomy" by Supriya Chakrabarti, Boston University - 50 min + 6 min Q/A
- Tutorial #2: "Gravity Waves: Their Importance in the Middle Atmosphere and their Parameterization in General Circulation Models" by Charles McLandress, University of Washington - 56 min + 8 min Q/A
The September 1998 JASTP journal (Vol 60, No. 14) contains all 1997 CEDAR Workshop tutorials. It does not contain the CEDAR Prize Lecture. The citations are:
- H. Rishbeth, How the thermosperhic circulation affects the ionospheric F2-layer, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 1385-1402, 1998.
- C. McLandress, On the importance of gravity waves in the middle atmosphere and their parameterization in general circulation models, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 1357-1383, 1998.
- S. Chakrabarti, Ground based spectroscopic studies of sunlit airglow and aurora, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 1403-1423, 1998.
- R. W. Smith, Vertical winds: a tutorial, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 14525-1434, 1998.
1996 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (3.8 hr on 2 regular speed tapes for $35 in NTSC, PAL=$55)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #8: "The ALOHA/ANLC-93 Campaigns" by Chester Gardner, University of Illinois - 28 min
- Tutorial #1: "Intercomparison of Wind Measuring Techniques in the Upper Middle Atmosphere with Particular Reference to MF Radar" by Iain Reid, University of Adelaide - 33+7Q=40 min
- Panel discussion (Iain Reid, U of Adelaide, Colin Hines, York U; Mark Burrage, U of MI; Erhan Kudeki, U of IL; moderator Susan Avery, U of CO) - 20+22Q=42 min
- Tutorial #2: "Low Latitude Storm Time Ionospheric Electrodynamics" by Bela Fejer, Utah State University - 53+10Q=63 min
- Tutorial #3: "Use of Magnetospheric Models to Represent Space Weather and Provide Inputs to Ionosphere/Thermosphere Models" by Richard Wolf, Rice University - 48 min
No tutorials appeared in JASTP from the 1996 CEDAR Workshop tutorials, except that material from #2 appeared also in the September 1997 issue on Equatorial Aeronomy from papers presented at the 9th International Symposium on Equatorial Aeronomy (ISEA) at Bali, Indonesia, March 1995.
- (part of #2) B. G. Fejer, The electrodynamics of the low-latitude ionosphere: recent results and future challenges, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 59, 1465-1482, 1997.
1995 Tenth CEDAR Workshop
Videos (5.4 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC, PAL=$80)
- Tutorial #2:
- "Testing theories of gravity wave saturation and dissipation in the middle atmosphere" by Chet Gardner, University of Illinois - 33 min
- "Testing theories of gravity wave transports and their effects on wind, temperature and composition" by Richard Walterscheid, Aerospace Corporation - 32 min
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #7: "Modeling of Gravity Wave and Instability Processes in the Middle Atmosphere" by Dave Fritts, University of Colorado - 38 min
- Tutorial #1: "Global Change in the Mesosphere-Lower Thermosphere (MLT) Region: Has it already arrived?" by Gary E. Thomas, University of Colorado - 58 min
- Tutorial #5: "Ionospheric/Thermospheric Space Weather Issues" by R. W. Schunk and J. J. Sojka, Utah State University - 58 min
- Tutorial #3: "Solar Wind/Magnetosphere Drivers of Space Weather" by D. N. Baker, University of Colorado - 42 min
- Tutorial #4: "Comprehensive Modelling of the Middle and Upper Atmospheres" by Kevin Hamilton, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory/NOAA, Princeton University - 65 min
The October 1996 JATP journal (Vol 58, No. 14) contains all 1995 tutorials except Tutorial #2b. It does not contain the CEDAR Prize Lecture. The citations are:
- G. E. Thomas, Global change in the mesosphere-lower thermosphere region: has it already arrived?, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1629-1656, 1996.
- a) C. S. Gardner, Testing theories of atmospheric gravity wave saturation and dissipation, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1575-1589, 1996.
- C. O. Hines, Comments on the paper by C. S. Gardner, "Testing theories of atmospheric gravity wave saturation and dissipation", J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 655-662, 1998.
- C. S. Gardner, Reply to Hines' comments on "Testing theories of atmospheric gravity wave saturation and dissipation", J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 663-665, 1998.
- D. N. Baker, Solar wind-magnetosphere drivers of space weather, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1509-1526, 1996.
- K. Hamilton, Comprehensive meteorological modelling of the middle atmosphere: a tutorial review, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1591-1627, 1996.
- R. W. Schunk and J. J. Sojka, Ionosphere-thermosphere space weather issues, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1527-1574, 1996.
1994 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (5.8 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC, PAL=$80)
- Tutorial #2: M. Mlynczak, Coupled Energetics, Chemistry and Dynamics in the Terrestrial Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere
- Tutorial #3: U. Inan, Ionospheric Effects of Lightning Discharges
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #6: R. Roble, Modelling the Circulation, Temperature and Compositional Structure of the Upper Atmosphere (30-500km)
- Tutorial #4: Telescience and Networking:
- Y. Zambre, Introduction to Computer Networking
- T. Finholt and R. Clauer, Virtual Science: Lessons from the UARC (Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory) Experience
- J. Holt, Telescience at Millstone Hill
- B. Watkins and D. Rice, Telescience Developments at Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska
- Tutorial #4 continued e.: A. Van Eyken, Telescience: A Personal View
- Tutorial #1: A. Nagy, Planetary Ionospheres
- Tutorial #5: P. Reiff, Auroral Acceleration Processes
1993 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (9.5 hr on 5 regular speed tapes for $80 in NTSC, PAL=$125)
- School #1: R. Clark, Introduction to the Fourier Equations
- Tutorial #5: D. Torr, Photochemistry of the Lower Thermosphere and Mesosphere
- School #2: S. Avery and S. Palo, The Periodogram and its Statistical Properties
- Tutorial #3: R. Walterschied, Atmospheric Gravity Wave Effects on the Climate, Dynamics and Composition of the Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere (MLT)
- School #3: R. Vincent, Exploring Data Using Fourier Techniques
- Tutorial #1: J. Forbes, Tidal and Planetary Waves
- School #4: F. Vial, Nonstationary Time Series
- Tutorial #2: R. Meier, Ultraviolet Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing
- Tutorial #4: G. Rostoker, Geomagnetic Substorms
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #5: J. Cho, Radar Scattering from the Coldest Place in our Atmosphere: Polar Mesosphere Summer Echoes
1992 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (~9 hr on 5 regular speed tapes for $75 in NTSC, PAL=$275)
- Don Farley - Probing the Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere with Large Radars
- Ray Greenwald - Coherent Radar Studies of the Ionosphere
- Erhan Kudeki - Middle Atmosphere Radar Techniques
- Jim Vickrey - Sondrestrom
- Tony Van Eyken - EISCAT
- Mike Buonsanto - Millstone
- Rich Behnke - Arecibo
- Ron Woodman - Jicamarca
- Sho Fukao - MU
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #4: Colin Hines - The Doppler Spreading Theory of Gravity Wave Spectra
- John Plane - Metallic Layers in the Mesosphere
- Eric Jensen - Noctilucent Clouds: An Indicator of Global Change?
- Judith Lean - Effects of Solar Variability on Global Change
- Ray Roble - Overview of the Thermosphere/Ionosphere General Circulation Model (TIGCM)
- Mike Lockwood - Time-Varying Convection
1991 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (10.5 hr on 6 regular speed tapes for $95 in NTSC, PAL=$275). (NOTE: Notes not available for Heinselmann, Brasseur and Haerendal)
- CEDAR Short Course #1: LIDAR Short Course by C. Russ Philbrick (Penn State U), Dwight P. Sipler (Haystack Observatory), and John D. Mathews (PSU)
- CEDAR Short Course #2: Optics Short Course by Roger Smith (U AK, Fairbanks), Gonzalo Hernandez (U WA), and Gerald Romick (John Hopkins U/APL)
- CEDAR Prize Lecture #3: `Sondrestrom MUSCOX' by Craig Heinselmann (SRI International)
- CEDAR Tutorial #1: Research Challenges in Observational Atmospheric Dynamics: Opportunities and Important Studies by David Fritts (University of Alaska at Fairbanks
- CEDAR Tutorial #2: `Atmospheric Chemistry' by Guy Brasseur (ACD/NCAR)
- CEDAR Tutorial #3: `Physics of Aroral Arcs' by Gerhard Haerendal (Max-Planck Institut, Garching, Germany)
- CEDAR Tutorial #4: High Latitude Convection by Rod Heelis (University of Texas at Dallas)
1990 Fifth CEDAR Workshop
Videos (~4 hr on 2 regular speed tapes for $35 in NTSC, PAL=$116)
- Peter Stubbe, `Review of Ionospheric Modification'
- Larry Lyons, `Ionosphere/Magnetosphere Coupling and Auroral Acceleration Processes'
- Tom Slanger, `Aeronomical Laboratory Work'
- Susan Solomon, `Polar Ozone Processes'
1989 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (~4 hr on 1 medium speed tape for $35 in NTSC)
- Syun Akasofu, `Auroral Phenomena and Morphology'
- Don Farley, `Radar Probing of the Atmosphere'
- Paul Hays, `Fabry-Perot Interferometer Capabilities for Upper Atmosphere Measurements'
- Murry Salby, `The Interaction of Tropical Convection and the Middle Atmosphere'
1988 CEDAR Workshop
Videos (~4 hr on 1 medium speed tape for $35 in NTSC)
- George Reid, `Solar-Terrestrial Relations'
- Dick Wolf, `Magnetospheric Coupling Models'
- Chet Gardner, `LIDAR Capabilities for Upper Atmosphere Measurements'
- Harry Van Loon, `Solar Variability/QBO/Weather Effects' (30 min)
- Brian Tinsley, `Solar Variability/QBO/Weather Mechanisms' (30 min)
1987 Second CEDAR Workshop
Videos (~5 hr on 1 slow speed tape for $50 in NTSC)
- George Siscoe, `Magnetospheric/Ionospheric Coupling'
- Colin Hines, `Gravity Waves'
- Gordon Shepherd, `Optical Techniques'
- Bob Vincent, `Middle Atmospheric/Mesospheric Radars' (40 min)
- Rich Behnke, `Incoherent Scatter Radars' (40 min)