Mutual benefits between atmospheric research and radio based science over polar regions
The neutral and ionised atmosphere can significantly affect radio waves propagation and this can lead to misinterpretations of data and models. Earth science studies using e.g. INSAR, LOFAR and GNSS data should therefore definitely take up-to-date atmospheric parameters into account. This is the case for studies on surface deformation, cryosphere dynamics etc. in the polar regions.
To pose a solid bridge between the atmospheric and impacted scientific communities, this workshop solicits contributions to facilitate exchange of information on their respective states of the art as well as on their future needs in Polar Regions (Antarctica and Arctic).
Contributions are welcome on both aspects:
This workshop is organised with the support of the Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence and the Scientific Commitee on Antarctic Research.