2022 Sun Climate Symposium – Poster Session

2022 Sun Climate Symposium – Poster Session

Improved Climate-Record Reconstructions from Solar Variability and Earth System Observations

May 18, 2022 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Posters

  1. Isaac AshLind, Lowell Observatory, Arizona Space Grant Consortium, Northern Arizona University The Missing S in EXPRES: Stellar Activity Index Derived Using the EXtreme PREcision Spectrometer
  2. Stéphane Béland, LASP, University of Colorado, Boulder Exploring New Instrument deGradiation Models and Analysis (ENIGMA)
  3. Stéphane Béland, LASP, University of Colorado, Boulder Absolute Scale Comparison and Stability Estimate
  4. Shreya Bhattacharya, Royal Observatory of Belgium, WDC-SILSO,Bruxelles, Belgium Scale Transfer of Sunspot Number Series in 1849: Heinrich Schwabe to Rudolf Wolf
  5. Luke Charbonneau, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder Advancing the Solar Spectral Irradiance (SSI) Record: The Latest TSIS-SIM SSI Data
  6. Angela Cookson, San Fernando Observatory, California State University, Northridge Using feature identification on space-based images to further our understanding of solar irradiance variation.
  7. Serena Criscuoli, National Solar Observatory, Boulder, CO Historical reconstruction and forecast of solar magnetic activity and irradiance based on the use Empirical Mode Decomposition
  8. Michael Foster, University of Wisconsin-Madison Improving Cloud and Solar Insolation Products Using VIIRS and ABI High-Resolution Channels
  9. Margit Haberreiter, PMOD/WRC, Davos, Switzerland, University of Oslo, Norway Total Solar Irradiance and Outgoing Longwave Radiation as measured with CLARA onboard NorSat-1
  10. Margit Haberreiter, PMOD/WRC, Davos, Switzerland Solar reference spectrum combining SSI observations with high-resolution spectral synthesis
  11. Jeffrey Hall, Lowell Observatory, Northern Arizona University Morphology of Stellar Activity Cycles: Comparing Select Stars in the SSS and Mount Wilson Datasets
  12. Hunter Leise, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder LISIRD v4: The New LASP Interactive Solar Irradiance Datacenter
  13. Joe Llama, Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, AZ Observing the Sun with EXPRES and the Lowell Observatory Solar Telescope
  14. Steven Penton, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), Boulder, CO GHOTI: GOES High-Cadence Operational Total Irradiance (Using the SPS on GOES-R+EXIS as a High-Cadence TSI Proxy)
  15. Cornelius Csar Jude Salinas, Department of Space Science and Engineering, National Central University, Taoyuan City, Taiwan Using Artificial Neural Networks to Estimate the Solar Cycle Response of Low Latitude Stratospheric Temperatures
  16. Lin Tan, University of California, Riverside, CA Impacts of Solar Cycle and QBO: from the polar area to mid-latitude
  17. Robert Weber, Robert Weber Beyond Terminators, Sun-Ocean Warming Threshold is Climate Change Tipping Point through Holocene
  18. Dong Wu, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center A method to correct and determine irradiance variations in SDO/HMI continuum instensity during the 2012 Venus transit