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SCOSTEP's 13th Quadrennial Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Physics
This is the thirteenth in the series of Solar-Terrestrial Physics Symposia organized by the Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics （SCOSTEP） and held approximately every four years. SCOSTEP is engaged in three activities： long-term scientific programs, capacity building, and public outreach. The scientific programs are designed to advance our understanding of the solar terrestrial relationship using space- and ground-based data, cutting-edge models, and theory. SCOSTEP programs are thus of interdisciplinary nature and involve scientists from all over the world. In 2013, the Climate and Weather in the Sun-Earth System （CAWSES） program ended, and the new program known as the Variability of the Sun and Its terrestrial Impact （VarSITI） started. The underlying theme of SCOSTEP scientific programs is the way Sun affects Earth over various time scales. The VarSITI program expands the solar terrestrial physics to a broader context to star-planet interaction, which might further our scientific understanding of Sun-Earth connection. This Symposium, known as STP13 for short, will highlight results obtained during the CAWSES program and the new results from the VarSITI program.
The symposium will be held on October 12-17, 2014 in Xi'An, Shanxi, China.