Session 11 - Space Weather effects in the ionosphere and thermosphere: advances in monitoring, modeling and mitigation techniques

Anna Belehaki (NOA); Jean Lilensten (IPAG/CNRS)
Thursday 30/11, 9:45 - 13:00

KEYWORDS - ionosphere-thermosphere measurements, ionosphere-thermosphere modelling and forecasting, space weather products and services, proxies, indices, space weather effects, mitigation techniques

The session aims at exploring recent advances in ionosphere-thermosphere measurement techniques (in situ and remote sensing), in modeling, nowcasting and forecasting under all possible space weather conditions, from quiet to extremely disturbed. Emphasis will be given on new space weather products and services derived with the above techniques, including indices and proxies to support communication, navigation, positioning systems, satellites’ orbitography and mitigation technologies.

Poster Viewing
From Thursday morning to Friday noon

Thursday November 30, 09:45 - 11:00, Delvaux
Thursday November 30, 11:45 - 13:00, Delvaux

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Talks : Time schedule

Thursday November 30, 09:45 - 11:00, Delvaux
09:45Long-term variations of exospheric temperature inferred from foF1 observations Perrone, L et al.Oral
10:00Northern scintillations characteristics and impacts on SBAS behavior: EGNOS CasePaparini, C et al.Oral
10:15Extremely intense ionospheric ion escape during severe ICMEsYamauchi, M et al.Oral
10:30The Australian Bureau of Meteorology Activities for the Ionospheric Modelling: A Regional ApproachBouya, Z et al.Oral
10:45The modification of the ionosphere over the thunderstorm area Blecki, J et al.Oral

Thursday November 30, 11:45 - 13:00, Delvaux
11:45Specifying the background ionospheric conditions for scientific and operational applicationsTsagouri, I et al.Oral
12:00Geomagnetic and Ionospheric data from the Swarm Mission for the ESA’s SSA SWE Service NetworkKervalishvili, G et al.Oral
12:15New insights into structure of the mid-latitude Ionosphere using LOFARFallows, R et al.Oral
12:30The ESCAPE M5 mission: first-time systematic study of Thermosphere/Exosphere/Ionosphere for various solar and solar wind conditionsDandouras, I et al.Oral
12:45Ionospheric impact on Biomass ESA missionAlfonsi, L et al.Oral


1Variation of foF2 in Rome observatory during solar minimum in the last three solar cyclesPerrone, L et al.e-Poster
2Variation of Total Electron Contents (TECs) during the last solar minimum in RomeCesaroni, C et al.e-Poster
3Real-time identification of travelling ionospheric disturbances based on high frequency reflected radio pulsesBelehaki, A et al.e-Poster
4SID monitor from Paris ObservatoryBriand, C et al.e-Poster
5The detection of ultra-relativistic electrons in low Earth orbitKatsiyannis, T et al.e-Poster
6The Limadou project on the CSES space mission: Study of seismo associated phenomena.Perrone, L et al.e-Poster
7A new 3D electron density nowcast and forecast service for the Ionosphere Monitoring and Prediction Center based on gradient enhanced kriging and SMART+Minkwitz, D et al.e-Poster
8Hemispheric asymmetry of ionospheric scintillations during the 2015 St. Patrick’s Day stormD'angelo, G et al.e-Poster
9Plasma Impedance of Ne using an Ejectable System experiment (PIONeERS)Angling, M et al.e-Poster
10The UAH-SID monitoring stationCid, C et al.p-Poster
11Retrieval of O and N2 distributions from PROBA2-LYRA occultation dataDominique, M et al.p-Poster
12Using platform magnetometers to observe and detect Space Weather eventsDoornbos, E et al.p-Poster
13Space weather monitoring project at the Normal Lockyer Observatory, UKBingham, S et al.p-Poster
14Effects of Thermosphere Total Density Perturbations during Severe Conditions, as revealed by the GRACE missionDeleflie, F et al.p-Poster
15Climatological behaviour of the Total Electron Content at the South PoleBergeot, N et al.p-Poster
16September 2017 ionospheric storm effects observed in the Pruhonice stationMosna, Z et al.p-Poster
17Digisonde drift measurement during the September 2017 stormKouba, D et al.p-Poster
18New Space Weather Instrumentation in Support of EISCAT_3DUlich, T et al.p-Poster
19Data analysis and simulation of Plasma Flow Vortices in the MagnetotailChargazia, K et al.p-Poster
20Complex Dynamics of Equatorial ScintillationPiersanti, M et al.p-Poster
21Evaluating the dependence of the foF2 parameter variation on geomagnetic activity during the maximum of the #24 solar cycle at midlatitudeBerényi, K et al.p-Poster
22First estimation of the suprathermal electron momentum in the upper ionosphereMarif, H et al.p-Poster
23Multi-station basis for Polar Cap (PC) indices. Ensuring credibility and operational reliability.Stauning, P et al.p-Poster
24First Measurements from the EUV and X-Ray Irradiance Sensors (EXIS) on GOES-16Machol, J et al.p-Poster
25Statistical Investigation of Ionospheric Electron Density During Geomagnetic Storms Over Istanbul And Implications for GPS CommunicationsErbas, B et al.p-Poster
26Vertical and oblique incidence sounder networks in the Australian regionMaher, P et al.p-Poster
27Geomagnetic storm effect at mid-low-equatorial D-region ionosphere inferred using very low frequency waves Maurya, A et al.p-Poster
28Seasonal and local time evolution of geomagnetic fluctuations over the last 100 yearsPeitso, P et al.p-Poster
29Ionospheric and thermospheric response to the 22-23 June 2015 geomagnetic storm as seen from the Swarm constellationAstafyeva, E et al.p-Poster
30The solar wind driving as a regulator of ionospheric concentration dynamic in the auroral zoneMakarova, L et al.p-Poster
31The Met Office Atmospheric Density ServiceMarsh, M et al.p-Poster