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  Information - AS3.10 The atmosphere optimally sounded by satellites

Event Information
Together with the ENVISAT and the Odin platforms, the AURA satellite launched in July 2004 is a new tool in order to study the Earth atmosphere, and more specifically the atmospheric chemistry and dynamics both in the troposphere and in the stratosphere. The increasing number of satellite-based measurements requires the development of methods in order to optimally use the available information. A particular attention will be given to studies involving the different satellite data sets through validation and interpretation processes, and through comparison or assimilation with atmospheric models.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Donal P. Murtagh, Chalmers University, Sweden
John Burrows, Bremen University, Germany
Olivier Talagrand, LMD, France
Robert S. Harwood, Edinburgh University, U.K.
Alain Hauchecorne, Service d'Aeronomie, France
Yasuko Kasai, CRL, Japan
Gwenael Berthet, Cambridge University, U.K.
Pieternel Levelt, KNMI, The Netherlands
Ernest Hilsenrath, NASA, USA
Martyn Chipperfield, U. Leeds, U.K. (to be confirmed)


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