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Impulsive Events in the Solar Wind
Conveners: Dave Sibeck (JHU/APL) & Keith Ogilvie (NASA/GSFC)
Transient events are common in the high latitude dayside ionosphere, the outer magnetosphere,
and the vicinity of the bow shock. In conjunction with numerical simulations, correlative
studies employing observations by Wind and other solar wind monitors permit us to identify
(or rule out) the occurrence solar wind features that trigger these transient events. We invite
talks concerning the reliability of solar wind monitors, the interaction of solar wind features
with the bow shock and magnetopause, their transmission through the magnetosheath and
magnetosphere, and their ionospheric signatures.
Brief and informal talks on these themes are solicited.
8:30 AM - Michael Collier: Correlating solar wind features
8:55 AM - Adam Szabo: IP Shocks passing through the magnetosheath
9:20 AM - Nelson Maynard: Discontinuity phase planes and the magnetospheric response
9:45 AM - Joel Fedder: Modelling the Magnetospheric Response to Pressure Pulses
10:10 AM Break
10:25 AM - Xinlin Li: Pressure pulses and the radiation belts
10:50 AM - Mark Moldwin: Concerning the origin of transients in the magnetotail
11:15 AM - Xiaoyan Zhou: Response of the Dayside Aurora to Pressure pulses
11:40 AM - Paul Prikryl: Ionospheric signatures of dayside reconnection pulsed by solar wind Alfven waves
Interested participants should contact one of the organizers with details concerning the talks they wish to present.
Dave Sibeck (email@example.com)
Keith Ogilvie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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