Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR)

CEDAR is the dominant national and international research program in terrestrial aeronomy. Scientifically, CEDAR is devoted to the characterization and understanding of the atmosphere above ~60 km, with emphasis on the energetic and dynamic processes that determine the basic composition and structure of the atmosphere. Particular attention is given to how these processes are coupled and to the mechanisms that couple different atmospheric regions.

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