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Journal "La Montagne" - 07 août 2017 - Prélèvements aériens et polymères
Article du quotidien "La Montagne" sur notre campagne annuelle de prélèvements atmosphériques.
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Journal "La Montagne" - 12 mai 2017 - Symposium International sur la Foudre 2017
Article du quotidien "La Montagne" sur le Symposium International sur la Foudre et les Phénomènes Orageux qui s'est tenu à Aurillac (Cantal) les 10 et 11 mai 2017.
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Journal "Var Matin" - 04 mars 2017 - Boule de feu et orage
Article du quotidien "Var Matin" sur l'explication d'une observation d'un phénomène lumineux lors d'un orage sur Toulon.
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Journal "La Montagne" - 09 janvier 2017 - Convention de collaboration
Article du quotidien "La Montagne" sur la convention de collaboration entre le Laboratoire de Recherche sur la Foudre et le Laboratoire d'Interférométrie Stellaire et Exoplanétaire (L.I.S.E).
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European Geosciences

Union General Assembly 2018

Vienna | Austria | 8–13 April 2018


Lightning: causes, behaviour and impacts

Convener: Jasper Knight 
Co-Convener: Raymond Piccoli 

Abstract submission


Lighting is an atmospheric phenomenon resulting from a combination of microelectrical changes within active cloud systems, which respond in turn to micro to macroscale circulation patterns and instabilities within weather systems. The evolution and behaviour of different lightning types are not well known however, in either field or experimental settings. Lightning dynamics and impacts on the land surface depend on the nature of the land surface topography, vegetation, soils and geology, and can also cause substantial impacts on the human environment, including fire risk, burns and death to individuals, and electrical outages. This session aims to draw together researchers from different disciplines to explore the interconnected nature of lightning causes, behaviour and impacts, based on a range of evidence types (field, laboratory, experimental, theoretical) and on different spatial and temporal scales. This session therefore invites contributions from workers interested in lighting from any fields of the physical or social sciences, including cloud physics, remote sensing, atmospheric dynamics and modelling, atmospheric chemistry, geology, geophysics, risk assessment, health epidemiology, cultural studies, anthropology and archaeology.

6e International Conference AIS-2018

6e International Conference AIS-2018 "Atmosphere,Ionosphere,Safety"

Kaliningrad, Russia, June 03-09, 2018.

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