Atmospheric and Space Electricity


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AE001. Energetic Radiation from Lightning and Thunderstorms
Brant Carlson | Carthage College
Amitabh Nag | Florida Institute of Technology
David Smith | University Of California Santa Cruz
Michael Briggs | UA Huntsville
AE002. General Topics in Atmospheric and Space Electricity
Timothy Lang | NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Maribeth Stolzenburg | University of Mississippi Main Campus
Robert Moore | University of Florida - UF
AE003. High-resolution observations and modeling of physical phenomena involved in cloud electrification and lightning
Timothy Lang | NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Maribeth Stolzenburg | University of Mississippi Main Campus
Robert Moore | University of Florida - UF
AE004. Thunderstorm Effects in the Near-Earth Space Environment
Victor Pasko | Penn State Univ
Jean-Louis Pincon | LPC2E, University of Orleans, CNRS
AE005. Thunderstorm electrification and lightning
Kristin Calhoun | University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
Donald MacGorman | NOAA/National Severe Storms Laboratory
Edward Mansell | National Severe Storms Lab
Xiushu Qie | Inst. of Atmospheric Physics
NH016. Ground, Buoys,  Satellite and Model Data: Integrated Approach For Monitoring, Damage Assessment and Early Warning of Natural Hazards
Y Tony Song | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Sudipta Sarkar | NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterScience Systems and Applications, Inc.
Maribeth Stolzenburg | University of Mississippi Main Campus
Ramesh Singh | Chapman University
V043. Volcanic ash plumes - Generation, Dynamics, Electrification, Dispersion and Impacts
Cassandra Smith | University of South Florida Tampa
Sonja Behnke | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Sebastian Mueller | University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Ali Hoshyaripour | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology