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Bolaji Segun is a visiting researcher to HAO working with Qian Wu using the TIEGCM community model to study equatorial ionosphere variations caused by geomagnetic activities and stratospheric warming. He received his Ph.D from the prestigious University of Ilorin, Nigeria, in 2012 under the supervision of Prof. J.O. Adeniyi, Prof. I.A. Adimula, and Prof. S.M. Radicella (ICTP, Trieste, Italy).
On August 21, 2017, Paul Bryans and his team of scientists will be ready to aim a spectrometer at the sun during total eclipse in an effort to detect the effect of magnetism on certain wavelengths of infrared light emitted by the corona. His team includes himself, Phil Judge, Brandon Larson, Scott McIntosh, Scott Sewell–of HAO and James Hannigan, Stephen Shertz–of ACOM.
Jiahao Zhong is a graduate student visitor at HAO since March 2015. He works with Wenbin Wang and Alan Burns. He is currently a Ph.D. student at University of Science and Technology of China working with Jiuhou Lei.
National Center for Atmospheric Research Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM) with ≈0.25 degree horizontal resolution can resolve gravity waves with horizontal scales down to ≈250 km.
We perform the first ever global-scale, altitude-dependent analysis of polar ionospheric conductivity variability using spectrally-resolved in-situ satellite particle measurements. Our results show that height-integrated conductance and height-dependent conductivities are distinctly different.
Although listed as one of the most significant events of the last 80 years, the space weather storm of late May 1967 has been of mostly fading academic interest.