# GEM2008

Entry page for this focus group: http://virbo.org/wiki/index.php/GEMFG9

# 1. GEM 2008 Space Radiation Climatology (FG9)

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## 1.4. Tuesday Posters

Have an FG9-related poster? Advertise here!

## 1.5. Presentations at the GEM 2008 Summer Workshop

Focus group 9 had a short but very lively session during the 2008 workshop. In keeping with the GEM theme, discussions were very open and presentations were given as a context for broader discussions. We had several introductory/tutorial discussions and we invited certain participants to initiate discussions on topics such as climatology applied to the ring current and ground observations. Copies of viewgraphs presented at the session are included below with their author's permission. Please contact the author for further information or permission for use.

Geoff Reeves - Image:2008 GEM FG9 Reeves Intro.ppt

Kihn - Radiation Belt Climatology : State of the Data Environment

Liemohn - Image:2008 GEM FG9 Liemohn RAM.ppt

Xinlin Li - Image:2008 GEM FG9 Turner&Li Gradients.ppt

Guild (for O'Brien) - Image:2008 GEM FG9 OBrien TEM1.ppt

Engebretson - Ground-based EMIC wave climatology (Climatology of Pc 1-2 Waves Observed at High Latitudes in Antarctica)

       - Mark asks that you please see his student's more complete work at the 2008 Fall AGU meeting


## 1.6. Other Notes

O'Brien has suggested getting "climatology" and "reanalysis" added as keywords in SPA

## 1.7. Email Circular Text

It's almost time for the GEM Summer Workshop, joint with SHINE. The Space Radiation Climatology Focus Group (FG9) will meet for two breakout sessions on Thursday: 10:30-12:15 and 3:30-5:15. We encourage interested parties to send talk ideas to Geoff Reeves or Paul O'Brien. If you are presenting an FG9-related poster, please sign up for the **Thursday** Poster Session and advertise on the Wiki.