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Speakers

As the science program develops, confirmed speakers will be posted to the Sun-Climate Symposium website.  As of January 20, 2020, the following speakers have been confirmed.  For the poster presentations, please refer to the “Poster” tab under Science Program.

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Monday, Jan. 27, 2020

Welcoming Reception — Marriott

Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020

Peter Pilewskie and Tom Woods, LASP/University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Abstract: Welcome/Introduction – TSIS and SORCE Status Overview
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Session 1. The Sunset of SORCE

Gary Rottman (invited), LASP/University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Abstract: SORCE — Important Factors of Concept and Development
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Robert Cahalan (invited), NASA GSFC (Emeritus), Greenbelt, MD
Abstract: Celebrating SORCE
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Greg Kopp, LASP/University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: Highlights from SORCE / TIM
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Jerry Harder, LASP/University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: SORCE SIM Instrument Highlights for Middle Ultraviolet, Visible, and Near Infrared
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Bill McClintock, LASP/University of Colorado – Boulder  (Note: Marty Snow likely to present)
Abstract:
Highlights from 17 Years of SORCE / SOLSTICE Observations
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Tom Woods, LASP/University of Colorado – Boulder, CO
Abstract: SORCE X-ray Ultraviolet Photometer System (XPS) Highlights
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Sean Ryan, LASP/University of Colorado – Boulder, CO
Abstract: SORCE’s Flexible Satellite Architecture Allows Science to Continue Despite Hardware Challenges
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Tom Sparn, LASP/University of Colorado – Boulder, CO
Abstract: SORCE Management in a Civilized Time
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Session 2. Recent/Space-Era Solar Cycle Timescales

Bo Andersen (invited), Norwegian Space Agency, Oslo, Norway
Homage to Claus Fröhlich
Abstract: What is the TSI Value at Solar Minima in the Space Age?
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Serena Criscuoli (invited), Natl. Solar Observatory, Boulder, CO
Abstract: Modern and Historical Reconstructions of Solar UV Irradiance Variability
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Erik Richard, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: Solar Spectral Irradiance Measurements from the TSIS-1 SIM:  Data continuity and comparisons to other records
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Stéphane Béland, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: SORCE / TSIS Overlap Analysis
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Betsy Weatherhead, Jupiter Intelligence, Boulder, CO
Abstract: Satellite Overlap Requirements for Building Long-term Continuous Records — SORCE/TSIS Case Study
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Margit Haberreiter, Physikalisch-Metorologisches Observatorium / World Radiation Center (PMOD/WRC), Davos Dorf, Switzerland
Abstract: TSI Measurements from NORSAT-1 / CLARA
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James Limbacher, NASA GSFC and SSAI, Greenbelt, MD
Abstract: Estimating the Precision of TSI Measured from VIRGO, SORCE, TCTE, and TSIS-1 Using the Triple Differencing Technique
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Shashi Gupta, NASA Langley Research Center and SSAI, Hampton, VA
Abstract: A Comparative Examination of SORCE and TSIS-1 TSI Data during the Overlap Period
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Hanna Strecker, Leibniz Inst. for Solar Physics (KIS), Freiburg, Germany
Abstract: On the Decay of Sunspots
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Debi P. Choudhary, San Fernando Observatory, California State University – Northridge, CA
Abstract: Solar Irradiance Variations in Chromospheric Spectral Lines
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Sergey Marchenko, NASA GSFC and SSAI, Greenbelt, MD (presented by Serena Criscuoli and Matt DeLand)
Abstract: Solar Activity and Responses Observed in Balmer Lines
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Thierry Dudok de Wit (invited), Univ. of Orléans, LPC2E, Orléans, France
Abstract: Response of Solar Irradiance to Solar Proxies:  Is it instantaneous?
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Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020

Session 3.  Solar Variability and Climate Trends on Secular Timescales (formerly Session 4)

Alexander Shapiro (invited), Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Goettingen, Germany
Abstract: Solar Activity over the Last Five Billion Years
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Frédéric Clette, Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels  (Note: Greg Kopp to present)
Abstract: Re-evaluation of the 400-Year Sunspot Record
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Lisa Upton (invited), Space System Research Corporation (SSRC), Boulder, CO
Abstract: Reconstructing Historical Solar Activity with the Advective Flux Transport Model
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Leif Svalgaard, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Abstract: Validation of the Group Sunspot Series
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Matthias Rempel, Natl. Center for Atmospheric Research / High Altitude Observatory (NCAR/HAO), Boulder, CO
Abstract: On the Contribution of Quiet Sun Magnetism to Solar Irradiance Variations
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Valerie Trouet (invited), Univ. of Arizona, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, Tucson, AZ
Abstract: Reduced Caribbean Hurricane Activity during the Maunder Solar Minimum
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Alexander Ruzmaikin, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Inst. of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Abstract: The Earth Climate at Deep Minima of the Solar Activity
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Jennifer van Saders (Invited), University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Abstract: The Sun in Stellar Context:  Stellar Windows into Solar Magnetic Evolution
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Tom Ayres, CASA, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: Seeking the Quiet Sun Among the Stars
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1-4 pm     University of Arizona tours:  Tree-Ring Lab and Caris Mirror Lab

4-6 pm     Poster Session / Reception

Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020

Session 4. Solar Influence on the Atmosphere and Climate (formerly Session 3)

Judith Lean (invited), LASP/Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO; Naval Research Laboratory (Emeritus)
Abstract: Navigating the Causes of Modern Climate Change
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Karen Rosenlof (invited), NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, Boulder, CO
Abstract: Stratospheric Ozone Change and Its Influence on Climate
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Lon Hood (invited), Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Abstract: Top-Down Solar Influences on the Madden-Julian Short-Term Climate Oscillation
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Bob Meier (invited), George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Abstract: Solar EUV Irradiance and Thermospheric Composition Trends Retrieved from FUV Dayglow Observations
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Scott McIntosh, Natl. Center for Atmospheric Research / High Altitude Observatory (NCAR/HAO), Boulder, CO
Abstract: A New Clock for the Sun:  Sun-Climate Implications & What May Be Looming
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Han-Li Liu, Natl. Center for Atmospheric Research / High Altitude Observatory (NCAR/HAO), Boulder, CO
Abstract: Atmosphere and Ocean Responses to Extreme Low Solar Activity and Their Hemispheric Differences
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Cornelius Csar Jude H. Salinas (invited), National Central University, Taoyuan City, Taiwan
Abstract: Possible Solar Cycle Responses of Eddy Diffusion in the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere as inferred from SABER CO2
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Jae Lee, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD and NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD
Abstract: Solar Cycle Modulation of MLS Nighttime Ozone near the Secondary Ozone Maximum Layer
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Christopher Castro (invited), Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Abstract: The North American Monsoon in a Changing Climate
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Session 5.  A New Reference Spectrum for Remote Sensing (formerly Session 6)

David Doelling (invited), NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Abstract: GSICS Applications and the Need of a Solar Irradiance Reference Spectrum
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David Crisp (invited), JPL / California Inst. of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Abstract: The Impact of the TSIS-SIM Data on the OCO-2/OCO-3 Data Analysis
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Brent Holben (invited), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center< Greenbelt, MD
Abstract: AERONET the Ground-based Aerosol Satellite
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Tom Stone
(invited), U.S. Geological Survey, Astrogeology Science Center, Flagstaff, AZ
Abstract: Requirements for a Reference Solar Spectrum for Lunar Calibration Applications
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Odele Coddington, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: Progress towards a New, High-Resolution, High-Accuracy Solar Reference Spectrum based on TSIS-1 SIM
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Xianglei Huang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Abstract: Thoughts on the Application of TSIS/SORCE SSI in the IPCC CMIP Modeling Effort:  Why the coupled model must be used
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Marty Snow, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: Solar Spectral Irradiance during WHPI and Comparison to WHI and WSM
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Nuno Pereira (invited), Royal Belgium Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB), Brussels
Abstract: Near Infrared Ground-based Spectrum
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Luc Damé, Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales (LATMOS), France
Abstract: New Absolute Reference Spectrum SOLAR-ISS2 at 2008 Solar Minimum and its Extension at Very High Resolution (0.01 nm) from 500 nm up to 4200 nm for Atmospheric Modeling and Remote Sensing
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Science Dinner — Hacienda del Sol

Friday,Jan. 31, 2020

Session 6.  Observational Predictions (formerly Session 5)

W. Dean Pesnell (invited), NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, MD
Abstract: How Well Can We Be at Predicting Solar Cycle 35?
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Philip Judge (invited), High Altitude Observatory, NCAR, Boulder, CO
Abstract: The Next Five Decades Under the Sun
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Session 7.  Looking Ahead — Future Observations of the Sun and Earth

Yolanda Shea (invited), NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Abstract: CLARREO Pathfinder:  Mission Overview
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Julien Amand, Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, Brussels
Abstract: SIMBA, Measuring the Earth’s Radiation (im)Balance
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Wolfgang Finsterle, Physikalisch-Metorologisches Observatorium / World Radiation Center (PMOD/WRC), Davos Dorf, Switzerland
Abstract: Calibrating Space Radiometers to Ground-based TSI Standards
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Susan Breon, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
Abstract: TSIS-2:  Continuing the Solar Irradiance Data Record
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Dave Harber, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: The Compact SIM (CSIM), Compact TIM (CTIM) and Future Compact Earth Radiation Budget Instruments
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Brian Boyle, LASP, University of Colorado – Boulder
Abstract: TSIS-2 and Beyond
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Charles Kankelborg, Montana State University, Bozeman
Abstract: The FURST Mission
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Peter Pilewskie and Tom Woods, LASP/University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Meeting Summary / Wrap-up

Adjourn