The session aims to collect original or review contributions on the use of data from Low-Earth-Orbiting (LEO) satellites making measurements in the thermosphere-ionosphere to investigate ionospheric anomalies related to space weather, geophysical and artificial sources. In fact, data from LEO satellites can provide a global view of near-Earth space variability and are complementary to ground-based observations, which have limited global coverage. The AMPERE project and integration of the Swarm data into ESA’s Space Weather program are current examples of this. The availability of thermosphere and ionosphere data from the DEMETER satellite and the new operative CSES mission demonstrates that also satellites that have not been specifically designed for space weather studies can provide important contributions to this field. On the other hand, there are evidences that earthquakes can generate electromagnetic anomalies into the near Earth space. A multi-instrumental approach, by using ground observations (magnetometers, magnetotelluric stations, GNSS receivers, etc.) and LEO satellites (DEMETER, Swarm, CSES, etc.) measurements can help in clarifying the missing scientific knowledge of the lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling (LAIC) mechanisms before, during and after large earthquakes. We also solicit contributions on studies about other phenomena, such as tropospheric and anthropogenic electromagnetic emissions, that influence the near-Earth electromagnetic and plasma environment on all relevant topics including data processing, data-assimilation in models, space weather case studies, superimposed epoch analyses, etc.

Co-organized as AS4.57/EMRP2.10/ESSI1.9/GI3.14/NP9.3/SM5.4/ST4.10
Convener: Mirko Piersanti | Co-conveners: Livio Conti, Rune Floberghagen, Xuhui Shen, Michel Parrot
| Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Room M2
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall X3

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X3

Chairperson: Livio Conti
X3.198 |
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Jerome Bouffard, Rune Floberghagen, Roger Haagmans, and Diego Fernandez
X3.199 |
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Enkelejda Qamili, Christian Siemes, Lorenzo Trenchi, Lars Tøffner-Clausen, Stephan Buchert, Filomena Catapano, Jerome Bouffard, Rune Floberghagen, and Pierre Vogel
X3.200 |
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Xuhui Shen, Rui Yan, Jianping Huang, Yanyan Yang, Dapeng Liu, Qiao Wang, Hengxin Lu, and Song Xu
X3.201 |
Igor Bertello, Antonio Cicone, Giuseppe Consolini, Massimo Materassi, Piero Diego, Mirko Piersanti, and Pietro Ubertini
X3.202 |
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Alexandra Parmentier, Matteo Martucci, Livio Conti, and Mirko Piersanti and the The CSES-Limadou Collaboration
X3.203 |
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Maurizio Candidi, Piero Diego, Mirko Piersanti, Igor Bertello, and Pietro Ubertini
X3.204 |
Jianping Huang, Wenjing Li, Zhima Zeren, and Weihao Yu
X3.205 |
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Mirko Piersanti, Giulia D'Angelo, Piero Diego, Igor Bertello, and Pietro Ubertini and the The CSES-Limadou Collaboration
X3.206 |
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A new approach based on Iterative Filtering for the detection of the Earth internal electromagnetic sources
Antonio Cicone, Massimo Chiappini, Cesidio Bianchi, Roberto Carluccio, Vincenzo Vespri, and Nicola Guglielmi
X3.207 |
Troelz Denver, Mathias Benn, John L. Jørgensen, Peter S. Jørgensen, Matija Herceg, and Jack E. Connerney
X3.208 |
José M. G. Merayo, John L. Jørgensen, Peter Brauer, and Rune Floberghagen
X3.209 |
Dawn Merriman, Omar Nava, Jennifer Meehan, and Tseng Hsien-Liang