Chapman Conference on
Solar Energetic Plasmas and Particles
2-6 August 2004
Registration Updated 28 May 2005
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Conference Reports and Publications
ConvenersNat Gopalswamy, Astrophysicist/Radio astronomer at the Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, Code 695.0, Building 21, Room 260, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt MD 20771-0001, phone: +1-301-286-5885, Fax: +1-301-286-1683, E-mail: email@example.com
SEPs have assumed new importance because they are being actively studied by international Space Weather and Living with a Star (LWS) communities. Since the discovery of SEPs nearly six decades ago, tremendous progress has been made in their understanding over the recent years, thanks to the vast array of space and ground based instruments observing the SEPs and the related solar and interplanetary disturbances such as shocks, CMEs and eruptive flares. The solar, interplanetary, and heliospheric communities have been able to synthesize imaging and time-series data to obtain a detailed picture of the origin, composition, and propagation of SEPs as well as their geospace impact.
To bring together solar, interplanetary, and heliospheric communities involved in the study of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and solar energetic particles (SEPs).
To enable better communication amongst these communities of scientists for a deeper understanding of the connection between SEPs and CMEs.
The conference will include four days of presentations and discussions plus one day devoted to a field trip to the Finnish Meteorological Institute in Helsinki, a well-known institute involved in all aspects of Sun-Earth connections. Each day of the conference will be devoted to a major topic that will have a tutorial lecture followed by invited and contributed papers. Invited speakers will include experienced researchers who can provide historical perspectives on the major topics of discussion. Afternoon sessions will be shorter to allow ample time for viewing posters and for informal discussions among participants. Graduate students are encouraged to give poster presentations.
This committee consists of international members who all do not agree on the current paradigms, but agree that convening this conference provides an opportunity to make significant progress.
E. W. Cliver, Hanscom Air Force Base, MA, USA
B. Giles, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA
L. Kocharov, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
K. L. Klein, University of Paris, Meudon, France
H. Kunow, University of Kiel, Kiel, Germany
M. Lee, University of New Hampshire, NH, USA
R. P. Lin, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
G. Mason, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
R. Mewaldt, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, USA
M. Popecki, University of New Hampshire, NH, USA
G. Simnett, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
T. Terasawa, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
B. J. Thompson, NASA Goddard Space, Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA.
To focus the conference on a broad but tractable set of issues related to Coronal mass ejections and Solar Energetic Particles, the following topics will be addressed.
Abstract Submissions: Abstract Deadline : 06 May 2004
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2. Indicate INVITED, CONTRIBUTED, or POSTER.
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SAMPLE E-MAIL ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:
Remote Sensing of Alpine Snow Properties: A Review of Techniques and Accomplishments Using the Visible Wavelengths Through the Microwave
[*J S Smith*] (Department of Geology, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3060; ph. 805-893-2308; fax 805-893-2578; e-mail: email@example.com); A C Cohen (Hydrology Department, Watertown University, Watertown, MA 02172; ph. 413-789-1234; fax 413-789-1256; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Topography causes wide variations in the properties of alpine snow within small areas, and a knowledge of the spatial variation of many properties is essential for the application of distributed hydrologic models and for establishing the surface boundary condition for regional climate models. However, the topography affects the electromagnetic remote sensing signal by shadowing some terrain and by modifying the angles of incidence, emission, and reflection of the signal, and our knowledge of the elevation model is usually not precise enough to allow a priori calculation of the geometric relationships between the surface, sensor, and the Sun. Hence remote sensing algorithms must be robust to such uncertainties, except in areas where topographic knowledge is especially good. The most elementary snow property is the presence or absence of a snow cover, and snow mapping -- discrimination of snow from other types of surfaces and from clouds -- is best accomplished with a combination of visible and near-infrared wavelengths.
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3. (a) J S Smith Department of Geology University of California Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3060
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Application Deadline: 06 May 2004 has past. Applications have been made to several agencies to support some conference participants who need travel support.
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Reports and Publications
The conveners, in collaboration with the program committee, will prepare a report on the meeting for publication in EOS. The conveners will submit a proposal for an AGU monograph. Pending approval of the proposal by the AGU Books Board, speakers presenting talks that are of exceptional quality will be asked to submit papers for the book.