CEDAR Workshop Tutorials

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[2007 Tutorial Videos]

All CEDAR Tutorials and Prize Lectures are on-line starting in 2001, with 1 tutorial and the Prize Lecture from 2000. Make copies only for personal use. These files are very large, and may not print properly on printers that are on the network without extended memory. If you have problems printing them, ask for a hard copy from Barbara Emery at emery@ucar.edu.

To cite files from the web, provide:
Author's last name, initials, date of work: Title of work. URL (date of access).
Examples are:

  1. Parker, E., CEDAR-SCOSTEP 2001: What We Need to Know about Solar Variability. http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/workshop/tutorials/2001/Parker.pdf (Date of access).
  2. Pasko, V., M. Stanley, J. Mathews, U. Inan and T. Wood, CEDAR 2002: Electrical discharge from a thundercloud top to the lower ionosphere. http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/workshop/tutorials/2002/pasko-02-plenary.pdf (Date of access).
  3. Strangeway, R., CEDAR 2002: Auroral Acceleration Processes and Their Role in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling. http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/workshop/tutorials/2002/strangeway-02-auroral.pdf (Date of access).

CEDAR Workshop Tutorials have been video-taped since 1987, their viewgraphs and slides have been copied since 1991. Since 1995, tutorial speakers have been invited to publish their tutorials in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics. The CEDAR Prize Lecture began to be video-taped in 1991, with copies available since 1992. This is a list of what is available for interested users.


Videos of the CEDAR Workshop tutorials are available from 1987-present. Copies of the videos in NTSC, PAL, SECAM, or USA DVD (starting in 2004) are available from:

Daylight Productions and Rentals
(formerly Garkie Audio/Visual Services, Inc.)
4700 Sterling Drive, Suite I
Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: (303) 440-3334, FAX: (303) 442-8180

Costs were for the time the tapes were made and could be less now. Contact Brian Day at brian@daylightav.com with a copy to Barbara Emery emery@ucar.edu to arrange for back copies in a particular format, and for prices.


Copies of the tutorial viewgraphs were only collected starting in 1991 and are available (1991 partial - present) from:

Barbara Emery
HAO/NCAR
P. O. Box 3000
Boulder, CO 80307
Phone: (303) 497-1596, FAX: (303) 497-1589, e-mail Barbara Emery at emery@ucar.edu

Cost: Free
Please contact emery@ucar.edu for hard copies of any tutorial or CEDAR Prize Lecture notes.


Starting in 1995, the CEDAR tutorial lecturers were invited to publish their tutorials as a special issue for the Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics (JATP), renamed the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (JASTP) in 1997. They appear in single special issues about a year and a half later and are available from JASTP for $20+$5(shipping). Contact usinfo-f@elsevier.com for back issues from their New York office. Some years, no special issue is done if there is insufficient interest among the tutorial speakers to publish. Notes of when or if these journal articles appeared are at the end of each year. Naturally, they are somewhat different from the lectures that were delivered, but are a very valuable resource in a citable form. The CEDAR Prize Lecture was not included in these articles until 1999.


  1.   1987 CEDAR Workshop videos (~5 hr on 1 slow speed tape for $50 in NTSC):

    1. George Siscoe, `Magnetospheric/Ionospheric Coupling'
      Colin Hines, `Gravity Waves'
      Gordon Shepherd, `Optical Techniques'
      Bob Vincent, `Middle Atmospheric/Mesospheric Radars' (40 min)
      Rich Behnke, `Incoherent Scatter Radars' (40 min)

  2.   1988 CEDAR Workshop videos (~4 hr on 1 medium speed tape for $35 in NTSC):

    1. George Reid, `Solar-Terrestrial Relations'
      Dick Wolf, `Magnetospheric Coupling Models'
      Chet Gardner, `LIDAR Capabilities for Upper Atmosphere Measurements'
      Harry Van Loon, `Solar Variability/QBO/Weather Effects' (30 min)
      Brian Tinsley, `Solar Variability/QBO/Weather Mechanisms' (30 min)

  3.   1989 CEDAR Workshop videos (~4 hr on 1 medium speed tape for $35 in NTSC):

    1. Syun Akasofu, `Auroral Phenomena and Morphology'
      Don Farley, `Radar Probing of the Atmosphere'
      Paul Hays, `Fabry-Perot Interferometer Capabilities for Upper Atmosphere Measurements'
      Murry Salby, `The Interaction of Tropical Convection and the Middle Atmosphere'

  4.   1990 CEDAR Workshop videos (~4 hr on 2 regular speed tapes for $35 in NTSC): (PAL=$116)

    1. Peter Stubbe, `Review of Ionospheric Modification'
      Larry Lyons, `Ionosphere/Magnetosphere Coupling and Auroral Acceleration Processes'
    2. Tom Slanger, `Aeronomical Laboratory Work'
      Susan Solomon, `Polar Ozone Processes'

  5.   1991 CEDAR Workshop videos (10.5 hr on 6 regular speed tapes for $95 in NTSC): (PAL=$275) (NOTE: Notes not available for Heinselmann, Brasseur and Haerendal)

    1. Russ Philbrick, `LIDAR Short Course'
    2. Russ Philbrick, `LIDAR Short Course' continued
    3. Roger Smith, `Airglow Instruments Short Course'
    4. Roger Smith, `Airglow Instruments Short Course' continued
      Craig Heinselmann, `Sondrestrom MUSCOX' - CEDAR Prize Lecture
    5. David Fritts, `Atmospheric Dynamics'
      Guy Brasseur, `Atmospheric Chemistry'
    6. Gerhard Haerendal, `Physics of AUroral Arcs'
      Rod Heelis, `High Latitude Convection'

  6.   1992 CEDAR Workshop videos (~9 hr on 5 regular speed tapes for $75 in NTSC): (PAL=$275)

    1. Don Farley - Probing the Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere with Large Radars
      Ray Greenwald - Coherent Radar Studies of the Ionosphere
    2. Erhan Kudeki - Middle Atmosphere Radar Techniques
      Jim Vickrey - Sondrestrom
      Tony Van Eyken - EISCAT
      Mike Buonsanto - Millstone
    3. Rich Behnke - Arecibo
      Ron Woodman - Jicamarca
      Sho Fukao - MU
      CEDAR Prize Lecture: Colin Hines - The Doppler Spreading Theory of Gravity Wave Spectra
    4. John Plane - Metallic Layers in the Mesosphere
      Eric Jensen - Noctilucent Clouds: An Indicator of Global Change?
      Judith Lean - Effects of Solar Variability on Global Change
    5. Ray Roble - Overview of the Thermosphere/Ionosphere General Circulation Model (TIGCM)
      Mike Lockwood - Time-Varying Convection

  7.   1993 CEDAR Workshop videos (9.5 hr on 5 regular speed tapes for $80 in NTSC): (PAL=$125)

    1. School #1: R. Clark, Introduction to the Fourier Equations
    2. Tutorial #5: D. Torr, Photochemistry of the Lower Thermosphere and Mesosphere
      School #2: S. Avery and S. Palo, The Periodogram and its Statistical Properties
    3. Tutorial #3: R. Walterschied, Atmospheric Gravity Wave Effects on the Climate, Dynamics and Composition of the Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere (MLT)
      School #3: R. Vincent, Exploring Data Using Fourier Techniques
    4. Tutorial #1: J. Forbes, Tidal and Planetary Waves
      School #4: F. Vial, Nonstationary Time Series
    5. Tutorial #2: R. Meier, Ultraviolet Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing
      Tutorial #4: G. Rostoker, Geomagnetic Substorms
      CEDAR Prize Lecture: J. Cho, Radar Scattering from the Coldest Place in our Atmosphere: Polar Mesosphere Summer Echoes

  8.   1994 CEDAR Workshop videos (5.8 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC): (PAL=$80)

    1. Tutorial #2: M. Mlynczak, Coupled Energetics, Chemistry and Dynamics in the Terrestrial Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere
      Tutorial #3: U. Inan, Ionospheric Effects of Lightning Discharges
    2. CEDAR Prize Lecture: R. Roble, Modelling the Circulation, Temperature and Compositional Structure of the Upper Atmosphere (30-500km)
      Tutorial #4: Telescience and Networking:
      1. Y. Zambre, Introduction to Computer Networking
      2. T. Finholt and R. Clauer, Virtual Science: Lessons from the UARC (Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory) Experience
      3. J. Holt, Telescience at Millstone Hill
      4. B. Watkins and D. Rice, Telescience Developments at Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska
    3. Tutorial #4 continued e.: A. Van Eyken, Telescience: A Personal View
      Tutorial #1: A. Nagy, Planetary Ionospheres
      Tutorial #5: P. Reiff, Auroral Acceleration Processes

  9.   1995 CEDAR Workshop videos (5.4 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC): (PAL=$80)

    1. Tutorial #2:
      1. "Testing theories of gravity wave saturation and dissipation in the middle atmosphere" by Chet Gardner, University of Illinois - 33 min
      2. "Testing theories of gravity wave transports and their effects on wind, temperature and composition" by Richard Walterscheid, Aerospace Corporation - 32 min
      CEDAR Prize Lecture: "Modeling of Gravity Wave and Instability Processes in the Middle Atmosphere" by Dave Fritts, University of Colorado - 38 min
    2. Tutorial #1: "Global Change in the Mesosphere-Lower Thermosphere (MLT) Region: Has it already arrived?" by Gary E. Thomas, University of Colorado - 58 min
      Tutorial #5: "Ionospheric/Thermospheric Space Weather Issues" by R. W. Schunk and J. J. Sojka, Utah State University - 58 min
    3. Tutorial #3: "Solar Wind/Magnetosphere Drivers of Space Weather" by D. N. Baker, University of Colorado - 42 min
      Tutorial #4: "Comprehensive Modelling of the Middle and Upper Atmospheres" by Kevin Hamilton, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory/NOAA, Princeton University - 65 min

    The October 1996 JATP journal (Vol 58, No. 14) contains all 1995 tutorials except Tutorial #2b. It does not contain the CEDAR Prize Lecture. The citations are:

    1. G. E. Thomas, Global change in the mesosphere-lower thermosphere region: has it already arrived?, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1629-1656, 1996.
    2. a) C. S. Gardner, Testing theories of atmospheric gravity wave saturation and dissipation, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1575-1589, 1996.
      1. C. O. Hines, Comments on the paper by C. S. Gardner, "Testing theories of atmospheric gravity wave saturation and dissipation", J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 655-662, 1998.
      2. C. S. Gardner, Reply to Hines' comments on "Testing theories of atmospheric gravity wave saturation and dissipation", J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 663-665, 1998.
    3. D. N. Baker, Solar wind-magnetosphere drivers of space weather, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1509-1526, 1996.
    4. K. Hamilton, Comprehensive meteorological modelling of the middle atmosphere: a tutorial review, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1591-1627, 1996.
    5. R. W. Schunk and J. J. Sojka, Ionosphere-thermosphere space weather issues, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 58, 1527-1574, 1996.

  10.   1996 CEDAR Workshop videos (3.8 hr on 2 regular speed tapes for $35 in NTSC): (PAL=$55)

    1. CEDAR Prize Lecture: "The ALOHA/ANLC-93 Campaigns" by Chester Gardner, University of Illinois - 28 min
      Tutorial #1: "Intercomparison of Wind Measuring Techniques in the Upper Middle Atmosphere with Particular Reference to MF Radar" by Iain Reid, University of Adelaide - 33+7Q=40 min
      Panel discussion (Iain Reid, U of Adelaide, Colin Hines, York U; Mark Burrage, U of MI; Erhan Kudeki, U of IL; moderator Susan Avery, U of CO) - 20+22Q=42 min
    2. Tutorial #2: "Low Latitude Storm Time Ionospheric Electrodynamics" by Bela Fejer, Utah State University - 53+10Q=63 min
      Tutorial #3: "Use of Magnetospheric Models to Represent Space Weather and Provide Inputs to Ionosphere/Thermosphere Models" by Richard Wolf, Rice University - 48 min

    No tutorials appeared in JASTP from the 1996 CEDAR Workshop tutorials, except that material from #2 appeared also in the September 1997 issue on Equatorial Aeronomy from papers presented at the 9th International Symposium on Equatorial Aeronomy (ISEA) at Bali, Indonesia, March 1995.

    • (part of #2) B. G. Fejer, The electrodynamics of the low-latitude ionosphere: recent results and future challenges, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 59, 1465-1482, 1997.

  11.   1997 CEDAR Workshop videos (5.7 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC, $80 in PAL)

    1. CEDAR Prize Lecture: "Multi-Instrument Studies of Ionospheric Electrodynamics" by Bela Fejer, Utah State University - 35 min + 9 min Q/A = 44 min
      Tutorial #4: "The Observation and Interpretation of Vertical Winds in the Mesosphere and Thermosphere" by Roger Smith, University of Alaska - 53 min
      Panel discussion of:
      Fred Biondi, University of Pittsburgh - 5 min
      Henry Rishbeth, University of Southampton, UK - 8 min
      Gonzalo Hernandez, University of Washington - 3 min
      Fred Herrero, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center - 3 min
      and some Q/A - ? min
      We eliminated most questions in Tutorial #4 since several were inaudible, and elimination made it possible to have 3 tapes instead of 4.
    2. Tutorial #1: "Winds and Composition in the Thermosphere" by Henry Rishbeth, University of Southampton, UK - 56 min + 4 min Q/A = 60 min
      Tutorial #3: "Daytime Optical Aeronomy" by Supriya Chakrabarti, Boston University - 50 min + 6 min Q/A
    3. Tutorial #2: "Gravity Waves: Their Importance in the Middle Atmosphere and their Parameterization in General Circulation Models" by Charles McLandress, University of Washington - 56 min + 8 min Q/A
      Panel discussion of:
      Ed Dewan, Air Force Research Laboratory - 10 min + 6 min Q/A
      David Fritts, Colorado Research Associates - 13 min + 2 min Q/A
      Chet Gardner, University of Illinois - 9 min + 2 min Q/A

    The September 1998 JASTP journal (Vol 60, No. 14) contains all 1997 CEDAR Workshop tutorials. It does not contain the CEDAR Prize Lecture. The citations are:

    1. H. Rishbeth, How the thermosperhic circulation affects the ionospheric F2-layer, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 1385-1402, 1998.
    2. C. McLandress, On the importance of gravity waves in the middle atmosphere and their parameterization in general circulation models, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 1357-1383, 1998.
    3. S. Chakrabarti, Ground based spectroscopic studies of sunlit airglow and aurora, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 1403-1423, 1998.
    4. R. W. Smith, Vertical winds: a tutorial, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 60, 14525-1434, 1998.

  12. v 1998 CEDAR Workshop videos (4.15 hr on 2 regular speed 160 min tapes for $40 in NTSC, $55 in PAL or SECAM, $25 for 1 NTSC tape)

    1. CEDAR Prize Lecture: G. Swenson, University of Illinois, "A Model for Calculating Acoustic Gravity Wave Energy and Momentum Flux in the Mesosphere from OH Airglow" - 41 min
      Tutorial #3: G. Brasseur, ACD/NCAR, "Long-Term Variability and Global Change in the Middle and Lower Atmosphere" - 48 min
      Tutorial #4: A. J. Hundhausen, HAO/NCAR, "Coronal Mass Ejections" - 56 min
    2. Tutorial #1: T. Fuller-Rowell, SEC/NOAA, "Polar Aeronomy: Thermosphere-Ionosphere Interactions above 100 km" - 51 min
      Tutorial #2: M. Mendillo, Boston University, "Equatorial Aeronomy" - 53 min

    The 1998 tutorial speakers were invited to write papers for JASTP, but some were not interested. In particular, the notes for the Hundhausen tutorial were expanded beyond what was given on the video so all plots have captions, and an outline was included in the hard-copies. The other lectures will not appear in JASTP since there were not sufficient to make a special issue.

  13.   1999 CEDAR Workshop videos (6.0 hr on 3 regular speed tapes for $50 in NTSC, $75 in PAL or SECAM)

    1. CEDAR Prize Lecture: D. Hysell, Clemson University, "A New Look at Low- and Mid-Latitude Ionospheric Irregularities" - 46 min
      Tutorial #1: U. Inan, Stanford University, "Transient Disturbances in the Nighttime Lower Ionosphere" - 52 min
    2. Tutorial #2: T. Schlatter, NOAA Forecast Systems Lab, "Variational Assimilation of Meteorological Observations: How it Works in the Lower Atmosphere" - 55 min
      Tutorial #3: C. R. Chappell, Vanderbuilt University, "Polar Ion Outflow - Is there enough to fill the Magnetosphere?" - 49 min
    3. Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes (S-TCP):
      1. S-TCP Tutorial #1: N. Crooker, Boston University, "Solar and Heliospheric Aspects of Solar-Terrestrial Coupling" - 40 min
      2. S-TCP Tutorial #2: L. Lyons, Univ of California at Los Angeles, "Magnetospheric Interactions with the Solar Wind and Ionosphere" - 49 min
      3. S-TCP Tutorial #3: A. Richmond, High Altitude Observatory, NCAR, "Ionosphere/Thermosphere: Response to Disturbances" - 37 min

    The August 2000 JASTP journal (Vol 62, No. 12) contains 5 of 7 1999 CEDAR Workshop tutorials, as well as the CEDAR Prize Lecture. Missing tutorials are those by Inan and Chappell. The citations are:

    1. D. L. Hysell, An overview and synthesis of plasma irregularities in equatorial spread F, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1037-1056, 2000.
    2. T. W. Schlatter, Variational assimilation of meteorological observations in the lower atmosphere: A tutorial on how it works, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1057-1070, 2000.
    3. N. U. Crooker, Solar and heliospheric geoeffective disturbances, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1071-1085, 2000.
    4. L. R. Lyons, Geomagnetic disturbances: Characteristics of, distinction between types, and relations to interplanetary conditions, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1087-1114, 2000.
    5. A. D. Richmond and G. Lu, Upper-atmospheric effects of magnetic storms: A brief tutorial, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 62, 1115-1127, 2000.

  14.   2000 CEDAR Workshop videos (4.8 hr on 2 regular speed 160 min tapes for $40 in NTSC, $55 in PAL or SECAM, $25 for 1 NTSC tape)

    1. Tutorial #2: F.-J. Luebken, University of Rostock, Germany, "The Thermal Structure of the Upper Mesosphere and its Relationship to Layered Phenomena" - 57 min
      Tutorial #1: S. Bougher, University of Arizona, "Comparative Terrestrial Planet Thermospheres: Venus, Earth and Mars" - 53 min
      Panel: Panel Discussion on Planetary Atmospheres - 28 min
      M. Mendillo (moderator)
      T. Slanger (Venus 557.7 nm)
      M. Sulzer (Venus ISR obs?)
      M. Hagan (Mars atmospheric waves)
      M. Galand (solar system airglow/aurora workshop)
      S. Bougher (tutorial speaker)
    2. CEDAR Prize Lecture: J. Semeter, SRI International, "The Information Content of the Aurora" - 48 min
      Tutorial #4: H. Singer, NOAA/SEC, "The Magnetosphere and Space Weather" - 50 min (with avi's or mpeg's for slides 12, 15c, and 35, slide 15a, slide 15b, slide 15d, slide 15e, slide 28, slide 29)
      Tutorial #3: J. Salah/J. Foster, MIT/Haystack Observatory, "Ionospheric Effects and Storm Studies: A Tribute to Michael Buonsanto" - 50 min

  15.   2001 CEDAR-SCOSTEP Symposium videos (about 9.7 hr on 4 regular speed 160 min tapes for $70 in NTSC, $95 in PAL or SECAM, $25 for 1 NTSC tape)

    Hard copy tutorials were available at the meeting for all but 3 of the PowerPoint presentations (Shibata, Schwenn, Koskinen), which were available later. All PowerPoint presentations for the 30-60 min invited talks and any scanned copies of transparencies will be put together in a CDRom by SCOSTEP.

    1. Keynote Lecture: E. Parker, University of Chicago, "What We Need to Know about Solar Variability" - 56 min
      Tutorial #1: K. Shibata, Kyoto University, Japan, "A Unified View of Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections" - 50 min
      CEDAR Prize Lecture: H. Mayr, Goddard Space Flight Center, "Modelling Wave Driven Non-linear Flow Oscillations: The Terrestrial QBO, and a Solar Analog" - 39 min
    2. Tutorial #2: K. Labitzke, Free University of Berlin, Germany, "Influence of the 11-Year Solar Variation on Atmospheric Circulation" - 45 min
      Tutorial #3: J. Haigh, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK, "Solar Influences on Global Climate Change and the IPCC Third Assessment Report" - 55 min
      Tutorial #4: R. Heelis, University of Texas at Dallas, "Equatorial Ionospheric Electrodynamics" - 50 min
    3. Tutorial #5: F. Sassi/R. Garcia, CGD/ACD NCAR, "Dynamics of the Equatorial middle Atmosphere" - 56 min
      Tutorial #6: A. Smith, ACD/NCAR, "Physics and Chemistry of the Mesopause Region" - 50 min Tutorial #7: S. Miyahara, Kyushu University, Japan, "Migrating and Non-migrating Tides in the MLT Region" - 52 min
    4. Tutorial #8: R. Schwenn, Max Plank Institute of Aeronomy, Germany, "The Solar Origins of Space Weather" - 61 min
      Tutorial #9: H. Koskinen, University of Helsinki, Finland, "Space Weather Energetics" - 57 min

    The July 2004 JASTP journal (Vol 66, Issue 10) contains 2 of 11 2001 CEDAR-SCOSTEP Workshop talks. A third paper by Thayer and Semeter was included to present the magnetospheric input and effects in the polar atmosphere. The citations including an overview by Knipp are:

    1. Knipp, Delores J., Special Section on the Joint CEDAR-SCOSTEP Meeting, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 805-806, 2004.
    2. Heelis, R. A., Electrodynamics in the low and middle latitude ionosphere: a tutorial, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 825-838, 2004.
    3. Smith, Anne K., Physics and chemistry of the mesopause region, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 839-857, 2004.
    4. Thayer, Jeffrey P. and Joshua Semeter, The convergence of magnetospheric energy flux in the polar atmosphere, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 66 (10), 807-824, 2004.
    (Link to JASTP .pdf at: http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/211/description where the Heelis and Smith papers are among the 'Most Downloaded Articles' for Apr 2004-Mar 2005 as well as being available under 'Volumes/Issues'.)

  16.   2002 CEDAR Workshop Symposium videos (About 4.5 hr on 2 regular speed 160 min tapes for $45 in NTSC, $60 in PAL or SECAM, $25/$35 for 1 NTSC/PAL tape, which includes the shipping. The Aponte talk is not on the video - no camera that day.)

  17.   2003 CEDAR Workshop Symposium videos of the tutorials and CEDAR Prize lecture (~4.2 hr on 2 tapes) are available in NTSC ($45) and PAL ($60) format.

  18.   2004 CEDAR Workshop videos of the tutorials, Prize lecture, and Student Keynote (5.5 hr on 3 tapes/DVDs) are available in NTSC ($65) and PAL ($90) format, as well as on USA DVD ($65). This is the first year the DVD format is offered (saved for 'All Regions').

  19.   2005 joint CEDAR-GEM Workshop videos of the CEDAR and joint tutorials and invited talks, CEDAR Prize lecture, student joint and CEDAR speakers (11.3 hr on 6 DVDs) are available on DVD for $95 (NTSC or PAL including postage) or for $20 per DVD. This is the second year the DVD format is offered (saved for 'All Regions'), and the first year we do not offer VHS since there were no takers in 2004.

  20.   2006 CEDAR Workshop videos of the tutorials, Prize lecture, and Student Keynote (~5 hr on 3 DVDs) are available in USA DVD ($65, saved for 'All Regions').

  21.   2007 CEDAR-DASI Workshop videos of the tutorials, Prize lecture, and 2 Student Keynotes (~6 hr on 3 DVDs) are available in USA DVD ($65?, saved for 'All Regions').


    -- Revised 12 Jul 2007 by emery@ucar.edu