We invite contributions to the special session SH009, at the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, December 12-16. The session is cross-listed with Planetary Sciences and SPA-Magnetospheric Physics.
Simultaneous measurement of radiation, plasma, and magnetic fields at multiple locations (e.g., the Moon, Mars, comets) has ushered in an era where it is possible to study energetic solar events as they propagate through the Solar System. The effects of the same energetic
solar events on different types of bodies can also be compared and contrasted. The publicly available analysis tools at the Community Coordinated Modeling Center facilitate these studies by helping identify conjunctions or magnetic connections between observing locations. This session aims to tie together topics on interplanetary coronal mass ejections (ICMEs) and energetic particle propagation and evolution in the heliosphere, along with resulting effects on Solar System bodies; such as those relating to space weathering of the surface and subsurface, as well as changes to magnetospheres, ionospheres, or exospheres.
Submit an abstract (Deadline August 3rd, 2016).
Conveners: Reka Winslow, Timothy Stubbs, Jingnan Guo, Thomas Knight