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2020 Sun-Climate Symposium – Poster Presentations

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Listed in alphabetical order (as of 20 January 2020)

Ted Amdur, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Total Solar Irradiance Diverges from Sunspot Record during Solar Cycle Minima

Catharine Bunn, Montana State University, Bozeman
Detection of Explosive Events in SORCE-Calibrated IRIS Full-disk Mosaics

Ana Cristina Cadavid, San Fernando Observatory, California State University, Northridge
Total Solar Irradiance and Photometric Indices during the Activity Minimum between Solar Cycles 23 & 24

Odele Coddington, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Short-term Solar Irradiance Variability as Observed by TSIS SIM

Odele Coddington, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
(SIST)  Progress toward the Next Generation Solar Irradiance Variability Models

Angela Cookson, San Fernando Observatory, California State University, Northridge
(SIST)  Analysis of Photometric Images of the Quiet Sun during Solar Minimum

Luc Damé, Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales (LATMOS), IPSL/CNRS/UVSQ, Guyancourt, France
The SoSWEET-SOUP (SOlar, Space Weather Extreme EvenTs and Stratospheric Ozone Ultimate Profiles) Constellation Mission

Matt DeLand, Science Systems and Applications Inc. (SSAI) and NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD
(SIST)  Evaluation of “Quiet Sun” Trends in SSI Observations

Giuliana de Toma, High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research (HAO/NCAR), Boulder, CO
(SIST)  Understanding the Sources of Variability in the Mg II Index

Leonid Didkovsky, Space Sciences Laboratory, Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles
A Dissipation of Solar Transition Region Network Cells as a Proxy of Activity Decrease

Gulsun Dumbadze,  Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
Eigenspectra of Active Region Long-period Oscillations Obtained using the Image Processing Moment Method

Josh Elliott, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
The Latest SORCE SOLSTICE Calibrations and Data Products

Josh Elliott, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
The Latest SORCE XPS Calibrations and Data Products

Wolfgang Finsterle, Physikalisch-Metorologisches Observatorium / World Radiation Center (PMOD/WRC), Davos Dorf, Switzerland
Results from the Pre-Launch Calibration of DARA for JTSIM

Mackenzie James, University of Arizona, Tucson
Identifying Events with Time Lag between Change in Total Solar Irradiance and Sunspot Area

Greg Kopp, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
(SIST)  New Historical TSI Reconstructions Based on the Revised 400-Year Sunspot Record

Hunter Leise, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
LISIRD:  An Online Resource for Making Solar Data More Accessible

Emma Lieb, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
SALSA:  Solar Applied pLanetary dataSet cAlibration

Janet Machol, CIRES, University of Colorado; NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), Boulder, CO  (Note: poster presented by Marty Snow)
The GOES-R Extreme Ultraviolet and X-ray Irradiance Sensors (EXIS)

Aimee Merkel, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Response of Polar Mesospheric Clouds to the 11-Year Solar Cycle

Jamie Mothersbaugh, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Quantification and Effects of Diode Detector Degradation in the SORCE SIM Instrument

Suman Panda, Montana State University, Bozeman
VUV Line Profiles of Sun as a Star from SUMER

Steven Penton, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
SORCE Solar Spectral Irradiance Monitor Data Release V26, and a Look Forward to V27

Alberto Remesal Oliva, Physikalisch-Metorologisches Observatorium / World Radiation Center (PMOD/WRC), Davos Dorf, Switzerland
Degradation Process Due to UV Radiation and Future Radiometers

Alberto Remesal Oliva, Physikalisch-Metorologisches Observatorium / World Radiation Center (PMOD/WRC), Davos Dorf, Switzerland
Lab Experiments:  Characterization of new flat detector and its dome and degradation process in TSI radiometer

Gary Rottman, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Maybe a Second Best Way to Measure TSI

Laura Sandoval, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
SORCE Phase-F

Leif Svalgaard, Stanford University, CA
Three Centuries of Monthly Sunspot Group Numbers

Joel Tibbetts, Grinnell College, Iowa
From Aleph to TAV:  SORCE/SIM Recalibration using TSIS

Bob Weber, Lower Peninsula, MI
CO2 Naturally Follows Solar-driven Climate Extremes

Bob Weber, Lower Peninsula, MI
TSI Sun-Climate Prediction Theory

Dong Wu, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
Increases of Reflected Solar Radiation as Observed by MISR from Volcanic Eruptions in 2000-2018