[unav_all] AGU’19 session on Pre-Earthquake processes, geohazrds and space weather

Ouzounov, Dimitar ouzounov at chapman.edu
Tue Jul 2 15:06:44 UTC 2019


(apologies for cross-posting)

Dear Colleagues,
 We would like to draw your attention to the following 2019 AGU Inter-disciplinary  session on Pre-Earthquake processes, geohazrds and space weather.
Session Title: NH029 - Multi-sensor observations of pre- earthquake signals, geo-hazards, and space weather from space and ground observations

https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm19/prelim.cgi/Session/79080
Session Description: This session expands the discussions of the predictability of geo-hazards by presenting the latest results from cross-disciplinary observations from both space and ground measurements associated with earthquakes and space weather.  It advances existing studies of earthquakes for an interdisciplinary approach allowing a better understanding of lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling processes. Results from the latest satellite missions, CSES1 (China/Italy, 2018) and FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 (Taiwan/ USA,2019), which were specifically designed to investigate ionospheric anomalies related to geo-hazards and space weather will be presented. These extend the heritage of the DEMETER mission for probing the EM environment. This session presentations will feature a multi-instrumental approach, by using ground observations and LEO EM satellites along with Earth Observations.  These talks will include but are not limited to: observations; modeling and analyses; geochemical; electromagnetic; thermodynamic processes; and case histories relating stress changes in the lithosphere, geo-hazards and space weather. Presentations on the latest developments in earthquake predictability are welcomed.
Conveners: Dimitar Ouzounov (Chapman University, Orange, CA), Tiger Liu, (NCU National Central University of Taiwan), Livio Conti (Uninettuno University, Italy) and Patrick Taylor (NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD).
Please consider submitting an abstract for this Natural Hazards session.
The deadline for all submissions is Wednesday, July 31 23:59 EDT 2019. Abstracts will not be accepted for review after this date.
See you in San Francisco!
 Cheers,
Dimitar


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Dimitar Ouzounov
Center of Excellence in Earth Systems Modeling & Observations (CEESMO)
Schmid College of Science & Technology, Chapman University
One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866, USA
ouzounov at chapman.edu<mailto:ouzounov at chapman.edu>; dim.ouzounov at gmail.com<mailto:dim.ouzounov at gmail.com>


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