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ICAE 2003 Program
(likely to be updated)

 

Sunday 8

Welcome
   

Monday 9

Electrical Activity and Meteorology
   
Tuesday 10 Storm Electrification
   
Wednesday 11 Fair Weather Electricity
Middle Atmosphere Electrical Events
Lightning Protection
   
Thursday 12 Physics of Lightning
   
Friday 13
(bellow)
Global Lightning and Climate
Global Electrical Circuit

 

Friday 13th June

 
 

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8:30

Session F1 Global Lightning and Climate I
Chairpersons: H. Christian and D. Suszcynsky

   
8:30 E.Williams
Keynote: A review
Abstract
   
9:00

Z. Kawasaki, T. Ushio, S. Yoshida, and Y. Satoh
What we have learned by TRMM/PR and LIS
Abstract

   
9:15 H.J.Christian
Global Lightning Activity
Abstract
   
9:30 A. R. Jacobson and G. Molinie
Relationship between lightning-storm characteristics, and both power and rate of lightning-discharge RF emissions observed by FORTE
Abstract
   
9:45 A. M. Blyth, H. J. Christian, Alan Gadian, and John Latham
Derivation of Thundercloud Ice Hydrometeor Characteristics from Satellite Observations of Lightning
Abstract
   
10:00 C. Price and M. Asfur
Global Lightning and Climate Variability
Abstract
   
10:15 D. M. Mach, R. J. Blakeslee, J.C. Bailey, W. M. Farrell, R. A. Goldberg, M. D. Desch and J. G. Houser
Optical Pulse and Electric Field Lightning Statistics from Storm Overflights During the Altus Cumulus Electrification Study
Abstract

10:30 Coffee Break
   
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11:00

Session H1 Global Electrical Circuit
Chairpersons: S. Davydenko and R. Harrison

   
11:00 S. Anisimov
Keynote: Global Electric Circuit and lower Atmospheric Electricity
Abstract
   
11:30

S. S. Davydenko, E. A. Mareev, T. C. Marshall, and M. Stolzenburg
On the Calculation of Electric Fields and Currents of Mesoscale Convective Systems and Their Influence on the Global Electrical Circuit
Abstract

   
11:45 E. A. Kasatkina, O. I. Shumilov, and A. G. Struev
Heliogeomagnetic effects on atmospheric electricity at high latitudes
Abstract
   
12:00 R. G. Harrison
Climate change and long-term variations in the atmospheric electrical system
Abstract
   
12:15 E. A. Mareev and S. V. Anisimov
Global electric circuit as an open dissipative system
Abstract

12:30 Lunch
   
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14:00

Session F2 Global Lightning and Climate II (poster)
Chairperson: G. Molinié

   
F2-1

A. G. Amiranashvili, V. A. Amiranashvili, B.S. Beritashvili, I.P.Mkurnalidze and Z. A. Chumburidze
Some Characteristics of a Thunderstorm Activity in Georgia
Abstract

   
F2-2 R. Barreto Biasi Gin, C. Beneti
Cloud-to-ground lightning flashes in South and Southeastern Brazil in 2001: case study
Abstract
   
F2-3 D. J. Boccippio
Automated classification of storm flashing/non-flashing condition from microphysical and environmental observations
Abstract
   
F2-4 W. L. Boeck, A. R. Jacobson, H. J. Christian, and S. J. Goodman
Multi-Satellite Observations of Oceanic Lightning
Abstract
   
F2-5 R. Barreto Biasi Gin, C. Beneti
Cloud-to-ground lightning flash density in South and Southeastern of Brazil:1999-2002
Abstract
   
F2-6 V. Gorbatenko, A. Dulzon, I. I. Ippolitov, M. V. Kabanov, S. V. Loginov and T. V. Ershova
The structure of long-term series of number of thunderstorm days
Abstract
   
F2-7 S. S. Kandalgaonkar, M. I. R. Tinmaker, and A. Nath
Characteristics of lightning flashes over the Indian region
Abstract
   
F2-8 P. Lalande, A. Bondiou-Clergerie, P. Blanchet, F. Roux, and S. Chauzy
ORAGES: A micro-satellite to detect and locate the lightning VHF emissions from space
Abstract
   
F2-9 T. E. Light , S. M. Davis, W. Boeck, A. R. Jacobson, and D. M. Suszcynsky
Global optical lightning flash rates determined with the Forte Satellite
Abstract
   
F2-10 P. Ortéga, M. Rodière, V. Laurent
Lightning activity, stability indices and climatic anomalies over Tahiti Island
Abstract
   
F2-11 G. Sàtori and B. Zieger
Areal Variations of the Worldwide Thunderstorm Activity on Different Time Scales as Shown by Schumann Resonances
Abstract
   
F2-12 G. Sàtori
On the Dynamics of the North-South Seasonal Migration of Global Lightning
Abstract
   
F2-13 D. M. Suszcynsky, T. J. Fitzgerald, M. J. Heavner, A. R. Jacobson, T. E. Light, M. B. Pongratz, and C. T. Rhodes
The detection of VHF lightning from GPS orbit
Abstract
   
F2-14 G. Strandberg, S. Israelsson and U. Andersson
Lightning discharges in Sweden and along the Swedish coast line
Abstract
   
F2-15 X. Qie and R. Toumi
Lightning Activities on Tibetan Plateau as Observed by Lightning Imaging Sensor
Abstract
   
F2-16 E. Williams, V. Mushtak, and D. Boccippio
Another Look at the Dependence of Lightning Flash Rate on the Temperature of Boundary Layer Air in the Present Climate
Abstract
   
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15:30

Session H2 Global Electrical Circuit II (poster)
Chairperson: G. G. Shchukin

   
H2-1 S. V. Anisimov and E. A. Mareev
Fine structure of the global Electric Circuit
Abstract
   
H2-2 V. I. Ermakov and Y. I. Stozhkov
Thunderclouds in the solar-terrestrial weather climate relationship
Abstract
   
H2-3

R. G. Harrison, K. L. Aplin
Nineteenth century air pollution in Paris inferred from Potential Gradient measurements made on the Eiffel Tower
Abstract

   
H2-4 J.M. Mäkelä, J.Salm, V.V.Smirnov, I.Koponen, J.Paatero and A.A.Pronin
Measurement of the mobility of air ions as a source of information for the study of aerosol generation
   
H2-5 L. V. Grunskaya, V. A. Efimiv, V. V. Isakevich, and I. N. Gavrilov
Atmospherical electrical field and its interaction with global geophysical and astrophysical processes
Abstract
   
H2-6 V. N. Morozov
The model of nonstationary electric field in the lower atmosphere
Abstract
   
H2-7 T. Otsuyama, D. Sakuma, and M. Hayakawa
FDTD analysis of Schumann resonances for realistic subionospheric waveguide models
Abstract
   
H2-8 O. I. Shumilov, E. A. Kasatkina, O. M. Raspopov, and A. G. Struev
Atmospheric electric field effects due to the April 2001 solar proton event
Abstract
   
H2-9 B. Tinsley
Outstanding problems concerning the global electric circuit
Abstract

16:15 CLOSING CEREMONY
   
17:15 End of the Conference
   
17:30 Removal of posters
   
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