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ST5.2/NH8.7/PS5.4

Space Weather and its Effects on Terrestrial and Geo-Space Environments: Science and Application (co-organized)
Convener: Hanna Rothkaehl  | Co-Conveners: Jean Lilensten , Andrzej Krankowski 
Orals
 / Tue, 14 Apr, 13:30–17:15  / Room Y11
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 14 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters
The topic will cover the wide range of the aspects of solar-terrestrial physics that deal with the effects of space phenomena on different levels of geo-space.
Effects range from those observed on spacecraft related activities all the way down to Earth to other solar system bodies and include technological systems, human health and life in space, as well as
Earth`s climate.
We welcome contributions (theoretical and observational) as well as applied (effects on terrestrial and geo-space environments), on all aspects of space weather.
Special emphasis will be put on new multi-diagnostics data base and services and construction the relevant roadmap for future Space Weather products, application for Space geodetic techniques such as GNSS (ground- and satellite-based), DORIS, VLBI, satellite altimetry or the GPS radio occultation missions ,contributions related to the ESA Space Situational Awareness (SSA).

This session aims at merging new and existing methods of observations and diagnostics of Solar System habitats, as LOFAR radiodiagnostics and new investigation and application for incoming ESA exploration mission(JUICE).

Selected presentations will be invited for full papers in the international peer review journal Space Weather and Space Climate"