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SW17: 行星磁层动力学过程研究           >> 注册本专题

Recent Advances in Planetary Magnetospheric Dynamic Processes


召集人 (Conveners):

Dr. Yasong Ge (葛亚松), Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ysge@mail.iggcas.ac.cn

Dr. Xianzhe Jia (贾先哲), University of Michigan, xzjia@umich.edu

Dr. Huishan Fu (符惠山), Beihang University, hsfu@buaa.edu.cn

Dr. Yingjuan Ma (马颖娟), University of California, Los Angeles, yingjuan@igpp.ucla.edu

Dr. Xiaohua Fang (方晓华), LASP, University of Colorado, Boulder, xiaohua.Fang@lasp.colorado.edu

Dr. Yingdong Jia (贾英东), University of California, Los Angeles, yingdong@igpp.ucla.edu


专题简介 (Session Description):

Various magnetospheres form due to the interaction of objects with their exterior plasma environment. Mercury, Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and the moon, Ganymede, have presently-active internal dynamos while Venus, Mars, the Earth's moon, comets, most of the satellites and asteroids do not. Normally active dynamos produce magnetic fields that have sufficient strength to stand off the pressure of the exterior plasma. Because of changes in these exterior plasma environments these magnetospheres are highly dynamic. Not only do intrinsic planetary magnetic fields produce magnetospheres but also some unmagnetized obstacles. Venus, Mars and comets have induced magnetospheres associated with the solar wind interaction with their atmospheres. Cometary magnetospheres, parts of which can be remotely sensed, exhibit spectacular disruptions called tail disconnections. Even the atmosphereless bodies with weak magnetic fields can interact with the solar wind. The dynamics of these various magnetospheres provide a rich spectrum of behavior which requires a profound understanding.

This session solicits presentations looking into recent advances in furthering our understanding of the physical processes during the interactions between planetary magnetospheres and their local plasma environment. We encourage results utilizing satellite measurements from planetary missions, including (but not limited to) Galileo, Cassini, MAVEN, Mars Express, Venus Express, Mercury Messenger, and coordinated modeling efforts that may shed light on dynamics of planetary magnetospheres in the solar system.


参与该专题人员信息:

姓名发票抬头入住时间题目
贾先哲 (Jia, Xianzhe)University of Michigan7月31日 8月4日 Saturn's mysterious magnetospheric periodicity and its possible sources  
刘成明北京航空航天大学8月1日 8月3日 偶极化锋面后超热电子投掷角的演化:从“饼状”到“蝴蝶状”再到“烟状”  
戎昭金中国科学院地质与地球物理研究所7月31日 8月4日 水星磁尾的磁场结构
黄靖武汉大学8月1日 8月3日 Radiation belt electron scattering by whistler-mode chorus in the Jovian magnetosphere: Importance of ambient and wave parameters  
单立灿中国科学院地质与地球物理研究所7月31日 8月4日 金星前兆激波中超低频波动研究  
方晓华 (Xiaohua Fang)LASP, University of Colorado Boulder7月31日 8月4日 Mars crustal magnetic fields and the large-scale dayside ionospheric anomaly  
Yasong Ge中国科学院地质与地球物理研究所7月30日 8月4日 Comparison between Jovian and Terrestrial Substorms  
王娟中国科学院地质与地球物理研究所7月31日 8月2日 The Responses of the Earth's Bow Shock and Magnetopause to the IMF Bz and the Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure: A Parametric Study Using the AMR-CESE-MHD Model  


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