SuperDARN Ireland: A Proposed Ionospheric Radar in Ireland
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Presentation at RAS G Discussion Meeting "Current and Future Research with the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network"
13 November 2015
Lecture theatre, Royal Astronomical Society, Piccadilly, London
The Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) has proven highly successful in the study of solar wind/magnetosphere coupling, magnetospheric processes, the ionosphere and space weather, and investigations of the upper mesosphere, lower thermosphere and general atmospheric processes such as gravity waves, tides, and the geoelectric circuit. This Discussion meeting will reflect on the current science activities of SuperDARN as well as present new opportunities for future research. These include the study of the polar cap regions, mid-latitude and storm effects, as well as coupling between the atmospheric layers.