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月曜 8月 24, 2020 @08:00 -
EMSEV 2020

土曜 7月 04, 2020 @08:00 -
AOGS 17th Annual Meeting

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AOGS 17th Annual Meeting
Sunday, June 28, 2020, 08:00
To Saturday, July 04, 2020
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Session Details: ST - Solar and Terrestrial Sciences (Primary)

IG - Interdisciplinary Geosciences


Session Title: Geospace Observation of Natural Hazards


Conveners * Dr Dimitar Ouzounov (Chapman University, United States) このメールアドレスは、スパムロボットから保護されています。アドレスを確認するにはJavaScriptを有効にしてください ; Dr Katsumi Hattori (Chiba University, Japan) このメールアドレスは、スパムロボットから保護されています。アドレスを確認するにはJavaScriptを有効にしてください ; Dr Jann-Yenq Liu (National Central University, Taiwan) このメールアドレスは、スパムロボットから保護されています。アドレスを確認するにはJavaScriptを有効にしてください ; Prof Xuhui Shen (China Earthquake Administration, China) このメールアドレスは、スパムロボットから保護されています。アドレスを確認するにはJavaScriptを有効にしてください ;


Session Description

This session expands the discussions of the observations and predictability of geohazards with geospace observations by presenting the latest results from cross-disciplinary studies of earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunami, and typhoons. It advances existing interdisciplinary studies of lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling processes due to major natural hazard events. Results from the latest satellite missions, FORMOSAT-5 (Taiwan, August 2017), CSES1 (China/Italy, Feb 2018) and FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 (Taiwan/USA, May 2019), will be presented. These observations extend the heritage of the DEMETER (CNES, 2004-2010) mission, which was specifically designed for making measurements in the thermosphere-ionosphere to investigate ionospheric anomalies related to geohazards. This session presentations will feature a multi-instrumental approach by using the ground, GNSS, LEO EM satellites, along with Earth Observations, which could reveal new information about the Earth processes.



geospace;natural hazards;earthquakes

Location : Sono Belle Vivaldi Park, Hongcheon, Korea
you can visit the confrence programme here: http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2020/public.asp?page=program2020.asp


Project funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 263502. This publication reflects the views only of the authors. The EC cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.
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