Third Symposium on Space Weather (Expanded View)

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Saturday, 28 January 2006
7:30 AM-7:31 AM, Saturday
Short Course and Student Conference Registration
Sunday, 29 January 2006
7:30 AM-9:00 AM, Sunday
Short Course Registration
9:00 AM-6:00 PM, Sunday
Conference Registration
Monday, 30 January 2006
7:30 AM-6:00 PM, Monday
Registration Continues through Thursday, 2 February
9:00 AM-12:00 PM, Monday, A406
Session 1 All aspects of space weather with a preference for those that address "impacts": Part 1
Chairs: Robert McCoy, Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA; Genene Fisher, AMS Policy Program, Washington, DC
9:00 AM1.1Space weather effects and human technology  
D. N. Baker, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO
9:30 AM1.2Decadal assessment of the National Space Weather Program   wrf recording
Louis J. Lanzerotti, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ
10:00 AM1.3The NSF view of space weather  
Richard Behnke, NSF, Arlington, VA
10:15 AMCoffee Break in Meeting Room Foyer  
10:45 AM1.4Space science, space weather, and space exploration  
Richard Fisher, Earth-Sun System Division, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC
11:00 AM1.5NOAA Space Environment Center—exciting changes and challenges  
Ron Zwickl, NOAA Space Environment Center, Boulder, CO; and J. Kunches
11:15 AM1.6DoD Perspectives on Space Weather  
Col. Harold Elkins, U.S. Department of Defense, Pentagon, DC
11:30 AM1.7Space weather hazards to satellite systems  
Joe H. Allen, SCOSTEP, Denton, TX; and H. J. Singer
12:00 PM-1:10 PM, Monday
Plenary Session 1 AMS Forum Kick-Off Luncheon (Cash & Carry available in the Meeting Room Foyer)
Chairs: Sue Grimmond, King's College, London United Kingdom; Steven Hanna, Harvard Univ., Boston, MA; Mark Andrews, NOAA/NWS, Silver Spring, MD
12:00 PMPL1.1Forum opening  
Gregory S. Forbes, The Weather Channel, Atlanta, GA; and M. Andrews, C. S. B. Grimmond, and S. R. Hanna
12:10 PMPL1.2How should we compare and evaluate urban land surface models?  
Martin Best, Met Office, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Stanley Changnon, Changnon Climatologist, Mahomet, IL
1:30 PM-2:30 PM, Monday, A406
Chairs: Richard Behnke, NSF, Arlington, VA; Robert McCoy, Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA
1:30 PM2.1Space weather effects on United's polar operations  
Mike Stills, United Airlines
1:45 PM2.2Operational space radiation analysis on ISS and monitoring update  
Mark Weyland, NASA - Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
2:00 PM2.3Telecommunication system vulnerabilities to space-weather events  extended abstract wrf recording
John Michael Goodman Sr., Radio Propagation Services, Inc., Alexandria, VA
2:15 PM2.4Solar Activity and Economic Fundamentals: The Case of the Electricity Market in Texas  extended abstract wrf recording
Kevin F. Forbes, Catholic Univ., Washington, DC; and O. C. St. Cyr
2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Monday
Formal Poster Viewing with Coffee Break (M2)
4:00 PM-5:00 PM, Monday, A402
Joint Session 1 Educational Outreach Activities for Space Weather (Joint with 15th Symposium on Education and 3rd Symposium on Space Weather)
Cochairs: Genene Fisher, AMS Policy Program, Washington, DC; David R. Smith, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD
4:00 PMJ1.1Space Weather in CPR classes? From Science to Practice!   wrf recording
Margaret Lynn Fowke, NOAA, Silver Spring, MD
4:15 PMJ1.2Where and Why Does Space Weather Occur?  extended abstract wrf recording
Patrick S. Market, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; and D. J. Knipp
4:30 PMJ1.3Using NASA Space Data in K-12 Education  
Arthur I. Poland, George Mason Univ., Fairfax, VA; and G. Colon and E. Felicite-Maurice
J1.4The Space Public Outreach Team: A model for K-12 public outreach in Montana  
Henry D. Winter III, Montana State Univ., Bozeman, MT; and D. E. McKenzie
4:45 PMJ1.4ASpace Weather Education on Windows to the Universe  
Randy Russell, UCAR, Boulder, CO; and R. M. Johnson, S. Q. Foster, J. Bergman, E. Gardiner, J. Genyuk, and M. LaGrave
5:30 PM, Monday
Sessions end for the day (M)
5:30 PM-7:30 PM, Monday
Formal Opening of Exhibits with Reception (Cash Bar)
7:30 PM, Monday
Holton Symposium Banquet
Tuesday, 31 January 2006
8:30 AM-12:30 PM, Tuesday, A406
Session 3 New space weather data sources, products, and developments with forecast models
Chairs: Robert McCoy, Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA; Joseph Kunches, NOAA/Space Environment Center, Boulder, CO
8:30 AM3.1Space Weather Modeling Services at the Community Coordinated Modeling Center  
Michael Hesse, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD
8:45 AM3.2Space weather applications from the NOAA GOES satellites  
Howard J. Singer, NOAA/NWS, Boulder, CO; and S. Hill, T. Onsager, R. Viereck, and D. Biesecker
9:00 AM3.3Integrated frameworks for Earth and space weather simulation  extended abstract wrf recording
Timothy L. Killeen, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and C. Deluca, T. Gombosi, C. Goodrich, G. Toth, Q. Stout, A. Sussman, and M. Hesse
9:15 AM3.4The first Space Wx Forecast Models from the Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling  
Michael Gehmeyr, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO; and C. N. Arge, L. Mayer, D. Odstrcil, M. J. Owens, H. S. Spence, D. Vassiliadis, and R. S. Weigel
9:30 AM3.5Space weather for the DoD Warfighter: Current operations and planned improvements  
John M. Lanicci, U.S. Air Force, Omaha, NE
9:45 AMFormal Poster Viewing with Coffee Break  
11:00 AM3.6A first-principles approach to forecasting solar eruptive events  
C. Richard DeVore, NRL, Washington, DC; and S. K. Antiochos
11:15 AM3.7Forecasting Interplanetary Space Weather for Operations  
Craig D. Fry, Exploration Physics International, Inc., Huntsville, AL public interest in weather in space, a vendor perspective  
Tony Phillips,, Bishop, CA
11:30 AM3.9NASA's Living with a Star Geospace Missions  
Joseph M. Grebowsky, NASA, Greenbelt, MD; and D. G. Sibeck
11:45 AM3.10Analysis of IMF fluctuations during solar energetic particle and magnetic storm events  extended abstract wrf recording
Tak David Cheung, City Univ. of New York, Queensborough Community College, Bayside, NY; and D. E. Cotten, P. J. Marchese, and G. Tremberger
12:00 PM3.11Optical Imaging Techniques of Ionospheric Weather  
Jonathan Makela, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Urbana, IL
11:00 AM-6:00 PM, Tuesday
Exhbits Open (T)
12:15 PM, Tuesday
Plenary Session Presidential Forum with Boxed Lunch (Lunch will be available for purchase outside the meeting room.)
1:45 PM-3:00 PM, Tuesday, A405
Joint Session 2 Progress and Challenges Related to the Assimilation of Ionospheric Measurements into Space Weather Models (Joint between the 10th Symposium on Integrated Observing and Assimilation Systems for the Atmosphere, Oceans, and Land Surface (IOAS-AOLS) and the 3rd Symposium on Space Weather)
Organizers: Robert McCoy, Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA; Thomas W. Schlatter, CIRES/ESRL, Boulder, CO
1:45 PMJ2.1Exploring Ionospheric Modeling Methods: Towards a Global Ionospheric Monitor  
Lukas Mandrake, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and A. Mannucci and B. D. Wilson
2:00 PMJ2.2Application of Measured Parameters to Large-Scale Numerical Modeling of Solar-Terrestrial Systems: An Overview  
S. C. Solomon, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and G. Siscoe
2:15 PMJ2.3A data assimilation model of the ionosphere  
Robert W. Schunk, Utah State University, Logan, UT; and L. Scherliess, J. Sojka, D. Thompson, and L. Zhu
2:30 PMJ2.4Total Electron Content (TEC) Processing from GPS Observations to Facilitate Ionospheric Modeling   wrf recording
Angeline G. Burrell, AER, Lexington, MA; and N. A. Bonito and C. S. Carrano
2:45 PMJ2.5Assimilation of GPS radio occultation data for weather prediction  
Ying-Hwa Kuo, NCAR, Boulder, CO
3:00 PM-3:30 PM, Tuesday
Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall (T2)
3:30 PM-4:45 PM, Tuesday, A406
Chairs: Joseph Kunches, NOAA/Space Environment Center, Boulder, CO; Marsha Korose, NorthropGrumman IT/TASC, Arlington, VA
3:30 PM4.1The 1859 geomagnetic superstorm  
James Green, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and S. Boardsen, S. Odenwald, and E. Cliver
3:45 PM4.2Estimating the economic impact of an 1859-calibre superstorm on satellite resources  
Sten Odenwald, QSS Group, Inc., Lanham, MD; and J. Green
4:00 PM4.3The Disturbed Ionosphere and Effects on GPS and GNSS Systems  
Paul M. Kintner Jr., Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; and B. Ledvina, J. Makela, A. Mannucci, and A. Saito
4:15 PM4.4Electrodynamic effects of lightning discharges on the ionosphere and the radiation belts  
Umran S. Inan, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
4:30 PM4.5Space weather impacts on WAAS  
Patricia Doherty, Boston College, Boston, MA
Wednesday, 1 February 2006
11:00 AM-7:30 PM, Wednesday
Exhibits Open (W)
5:30 PM-7:30 PM, Wednesday
Reception in the Exhibit Hall (Cash Bar)
7:30 PM, Wednesday
AMS Annual Awards Banquet
Thursday, 2 February 2006
12:00 AM, Thursday
Symposium Ends
11:00 AM-4:00 PM, Thursday
Exhibits Open (Th)
3:00 PM, Thursday
Registration Desk Closes
4:00 PM, Thursday
Exhibit Close
6:00 PM, Thursday
Lilly Symposium Banquet

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