Oral Programme ST5

ST5

Open session on the magnetosphere (including Julius Bartels Medal Lecture)
Convener: S. E. Milan  | Co-Convener: N. Ganushkina 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–17:00  / Room 11
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Monday, 20 Apr 2009
Room 11
Chairperson: Steve Milan
08:30–08:45
EGU2009-1224
UCLA-LANL Reanalysis Project
Y. Shprits, Y Chen, R Friedel, D Kondrashov, B Ni, D Subbotin, G Reeves, and M Ghil
08:45–09:00
EGU2009-1468
Detection of plasmaspheric wind by the Cluster spacecraft, and contribution to the magnetospheric populations
I. Dandouras
09:00–09:15
EGU2009-2554
Myths and Mysteries of Solar Wind Speed and MeV Electrons in the Magnetosphere
X. Li and D. Baker
09:15–09:30
EGU2009-10633
Data-Based and Theory-Based Ion Outflow Scaling Laws
R. J. Strangeway, J. L. Horwitz, and W. Zeng
09:30–09:45
EGU2009-13034
Field Line Resonances measured by THEMIS
T. E. Sarris, W. Liu, K. Kabin, X. Li, S. R. Elkington, R. Ergun, R. Rankin, V. Angelopoulos, J. Bonnell, and K. H. Glassmeier
09:45–10:00
EGU2009-1590
SuperDARN observations of pulsating aurora
L. B. N. Clausen, T. K. Yeoman, K. Hosokawa, A. S. Yukimatu, N. Sato, S. E. Milan, and M. Lester
COFFEE BREAK
10:30–10:45
EGU2009-2194
Multi SuperDARN radar observations of an interval of Poleward Moving Radar Auroral Forms: Implications for pulsed magnetic reconnection
M. Lester, S.E Milan, A. Goudarzi, and R.C. Fear
10:45–11:00
EGU2009-4171
Magnetopause Surface Wave Frequencies at Different Solar Wind Conditions
F. Plaschke, K.-H. Glassmeier, D. G. Sibeck, H. U. Auster, O. D. Constantinescu, V. Angelopoulos, W. Magnes, and J. P. McFadden
11:00–11:15
EGU2009-4598
Simulation study of a magnetospheric signal propagation
K. Andreeova, T.I. Pulkkinen, and M. Palmroth
11:15–11:30
EGU2009-4870
Solar wind deceleration in the foreshock of the Earth observed by Cluster
J. B CAO, H. S Fu, T. L Zhang, H Reme, I Dandouras, and E Lucek
11:30–11:45
EGU2009-5181
Multi-spacecraft Observations of the Dynamics of the Quasi-parallel Bow Shock
H. Hietala, T. V. Laitinen, K. Andréeová, E. K. J. Kilpua, A. Vaivads, M. André, H. E. J. Koskinen, E. A. Lucek, and H. Rème
11:45–12:00
EGU2009-8140
On the Substorm-Upper Atmospheric Joule Heating using THEMIS Observations: A Case Study
E. C. Kalafatoglu, Z. Kaymaz, V. Angelopoulos, and D. G. Sibeck
LUNCH BREAK
13:30–13:45
EGU2009-8289
Energetic electron acceleration within the dipolarization/jet braking region in the near-Earth magnetotail: Cluster multi-scale observations
A. Retinò and the Electron Acceleration Team
13:45–14:00
EGU2009-8968
Plasma Sheet Dynamics Imposed by Bursty Bulk Flows
E.V. Panov and the Themis BBF 20080317
14:00–14:15
EGU2009-9387
Conjugate response of the dayside magnetopause and dawn/dusk flanks using Cluster-THEMIS conjunctions and coordinated Ground based observations.
M. Dunlop and the ISSI Themis-Cluster team
14:15–14:30
EGU2009-4963
Simultaneous observations of flux transfer events by Cluster, THEMIS, Double Star and SuperDARN
R. C. Fear, S. E. Milan, A. N. Fazakerley, C. M. Carr, I. Dandouras, and K.-H. Fornaçon
14:30–14:45
EGU2009-5336
A superposed epoch analysis of auroral evolution during substorm growth, onset, and recovery
S. E. Milan, A. Grocott, C. Forsyth, S. M. Imber, P. D. Boakes, and B. Hubert
14:45–15:00
EGU2009-6828
Magnetopause Boundary Layers: A local and global perspective
M. Taylor and the ISSI Cluster-Double Star Tail Team
COFFEE BREAK
15:30–16:15
EGU2009-13983
Global acceleration processes of solar and terrestrial particles in the Earth's magnetosphere (Julius Bartels Medal Lecture)
J.-A. Sauvaud
16:15–16:30
EGU2009-9843
IMF Bx Effects on Interhemispheric Polar Cap Asymmetries Inferred From Conjugate Auroral Imaging
K.M. Laundal and N. Østgaard
16:30–16:45
EGU2009-6358
Global simulations of the response of the cusp to solar wind discontinuities
J. Berchem, R. Richard, C.P. Escoubet, M. G. G. T. Taylor, H. Laakso, A. Masson, I. Dandouras, H. Reme, F. Pitout, and M. Dunlop
16:45–17:00
EGU2009-6731
Variations of Particle Fluxes From Geosynchronous and THEMIS Observations During the Storm Main Phase
C.-H. Lin and K. Wang