CAWSES, ILWS, IHY, eGY, ICESTAR Sun-Earth Science eWorkshop Joining Observations from the HPS Great Observatory with Worldwide Satellite and Ground-Based Resources. J U Kozyra, K Shibata, R J Barnes, S Basu, J M Davila, N J Fox, N Gopalswamy, M M Kuznetsova, D Pallamraju, L J Paxton
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CAWSES, ILWS, IHY, eGY, ICESTAR Sun-Earth Science eWorkshopJoining Observations from the HPS Great Observatory with Worldwide Satellite and Ground-Based Resources
J U Kozyra, K Shibata, R J Barnes, S Basu, J M Davila, N J Fox, N Gopalswamy, M M Kuznetsova, D Pallamraju, L J Paxton
New Co-Author: C. Alex Young
Needs Identified Heliophysics
The Big Problems
Grand Challenge Problem in Sun-Earth System Science Heliophysics
Large distributed data collections: HPS Great Observatory, Other National & International Ground-Based & Satellite Observations
CAWSES, IHY, eGY, ICESTAR, ILWS
IHY, eGY, researchers
CAWSES / ILWS eWorkshopDistributed Dynamic Virtual Collaboration
Global & Assimilative Modeling, New Visualization tools
Information Common:Shared model output for global context, journal articles & preprints, data analysis tools, empirical models
eJournals, CCMC, researchers
New global data analysis tools & higher resolution in existing ones (AMIE, etc.)
Anticipated Result: Accelerate the pace of scientific discovery, Catalyzes interdisciplinary research. Leave a lasting legacy
Capacity Building & Cross-Disciplinary Education
Selecting a Grand Challenge Problem in Heliophysics Provides Focus
Final Selection of Questions:
WHAT HAPPENED? Provides FocusExample: Initial Look at Events During & Related to CAWSES Campaigns
PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS Provides Focus
AR 798 anemone active region. [Ayumi Asai, NSRO, 2005]
Produced CME with high velocity; high dynamic pressure in the sheath
A major substorm was triggered just as the IMF Bz reached it’s minimum values
Unusual auroral oval configuration with large vortex on the dawn side and double oval structures (possibly another vortex) on the duskside. Thick nightside oval & very thin dayside oval. [Kozyra et al., Spring AGU, 2006]
Evidence for new type of storm-substorm coupling
20 Aug 2005, 00:50 UT Anemone Active Region [Asai, Stanford Workshop, Dec. 2005]
[Kozyra et al., Spring AGU, 2006]Example: Initial Look at Events During & Related to CAWSES Campaigns
Underlying physical processes? Provides Focus
Explain some of the unusual features of superstorms?
Is this a new form of storm-substorm coupling?
IONOSPHERE - ATMOSPHERE
How do these large current vortices effect the state of the ionosphere-atmosphere
Strong sources of Joule heating?
Produce upwelling or other feedbacks to the magnetosphere?
SUN & HELIOSPHERE
What effect does close proximity to an active region have on the release & propagation of CMEs?
Does an active region leave a “fingerprint” on the CMEs? Do they have common characteristics?
How important were propagation?
How important is the duration of the IMF Bz in how energy is apportioned?
Are there truly supersubstorms that represent a new state of the magnetosphere?
Effects of super-substorms throughout geospace?What is the state of the Sun-Earth System during Extreme Events?
Website for CAWSES Virtual Poster sessions is under development at JHU/APL
Examples follow of how the website was set-up for a previous workshop which had a virtual poster session as one component
CAWSES Space Weather Science and Applications
Worldwide Internet Workshops
CAWSES March-April 2004 Campaign
CAWSES-ICESTAR 15-24 Jan 2005 Long -Duration Flare Events
Collaboration with Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, NASA LWS program, Community Coordinated Modeling Ctr
CAWSES Space Weather development at JHU/APL
Worldwide Internet Workshop