NAM2019 Session: Role of shocks in the solar atmosphere and solar-terrestrial environment

February 19, 2019, from Ben Snow

We would like to encourage abstract submission to the NAM2019 session entitled ‘Role of shocks in the solar atmosphere and solar-terrestrial environment’.

Shocks are a fundamental physical feature which can be observed throughout the solar atmosphere and solar-terrestrial environment across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. However, the different observational capabilities for studying shocks in the solar atmosphere and the solar-terrestrial environment has complicated interactions between these communities. Combining remote-sensing and in-situ studies of shocks will enable a deeper understanding of how shocks evolve, which is fundamental to understanding energy transport and release in these different regimes. This session brings together leading experts to discuss the current state-of-the-art from observational, numerical, and theoretical standpoints.

Abstract submission is now open (https://nam2019.org/science/abstract-submission).

Thanks,
Ben Snow and David Long


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