Workshop - Atmospheric research and radio science over the polar region

The STCE is looking for mutual benefits between atmospheric research and radio based science over the polar regions, Antarctica and the Arctic.  

The neutral and ionised atmosphere can significantly affect radio waves propagation. This can lead to misinterpretations of data and models on surface deformation, cryosphere dynamics etc in the polar regions.  Earth science studies using e.g. INSAR, LOFAR and GNSS data should therefore definitely take  up-to-date atmospheric parameters into account. 

The workshop wants to bring together the atmospheric and impacted scientific communities. It wants to facilitate the exchange of the available new data and align the needs of all parties. 

Mark your calendar: December 4, 2017 at the Royal Observatory of Belgium

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Monday, December 4, 2017 (All day)



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