Ninth Conference on Space Weather
The Ninth Conference on Space Weather, sponsored by the American Meteorological Society, and organized by the AMS Committee on Space Weather, will be held 22-26 January 2012, as part of the 92nd AMS Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The central theme of the 2012 Annual Meeting will be technology and its profound impact on research, operations, the business of our environmental sciences, and the public. The Ninth Conference on Space Weather will provide a forum to share recent results in space weather research and applications and will highlight the link between the science and advancing technologies. Papers are being solicited on the following topics:
• space weather impacts on critical infrastructure
• space weather impacts on transportation technology
• small satellites for space weather
• new data sources and products
• space weather metrics and best practices
• developments in data assimilation
• new developments with physics-based forecast models
• coupling between the lower and upper atmosphere
• general space weather contributions.
• Space Weather Research and Applications: Leveraging Satellites to Identify Coupling between the Lower and Upper Atmosphere (joint with SatMet)