Wave couplings in the atmosphere-ionosphere system
Convener: Maosheng He | Co-conveners: Huixin Liu, Yosuke Yamazaki, Chao Xiong, Jorge Luis Chau
| Attendance Fri, 08 May, 14:00–15:45 (CEST)

The atmosphere interacts tightly with its ionized portion, the ionosphere, through a variety of mechanisms, including thermal, fluid dynamical, radiative, electrodynamical, photochemical, and chemical processes. Different combinations of processes dominate different altitude ranges, shaping different atmospheric and ionospheric layers. Atmospheric waves, e.g., gravity waves, tides, and planetary waves, play key roles in the coupling between layers. These waves propagate typically from the lower atmosphere, which are composed of a broad spectrum, spatially ranging from few tens to thousands of kilometers and temporally ranging from few tens of minutes to days. This session invites papers that are related to these waves and their effects on the ionosphere, including modeling as well as observational and theoretical studies.

Public information:
Dear colleagues,

Welcome to session ST3.2.
Please find the program on the next page.
Note that we organize a WebEx virtual meeting at the same time. Authors could present their display through either the text-based chat channel or video/audio-based meeting. Therefore, if you cannot find the authors on the channel, please search them in the virtual meeting through the link below. To attend the meeting, one does not need any ID.

The session conveners

WebEx virtual meeting
When: Friday, May 8, 2020 1:50 PM-4:50 PM Europe/Berlin.
Alternative ways to join the meeting:
Meeting number (access code): 141 247 186
Meeting password: knDkpWdr283
Join from a video system or application: Dial
You can also dial and enter your meeting number.
Join using Microsoft Lync or Microsoft Skype for Business: Dial
Need help? Go to