Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR)

CEDAR is a national and international research program, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, to study the Earth's upper atmosphere. The emphasis is on the energetic and dynamical processes that determine the composition and structure of the atmosphere, and the coupling between different regions. The annual CEDAR summer workshop is run by the UCAR Visiting Scientist Program with support from the High Altitude Observatory.

Go to the CEDAR website