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      This virtual tutorial is for VAPOR's upcoming 3.7 release. VAPOR's workflow will be reviewed, along with principles for visualizing 3D simulation data. There will be discussion on how to get your data into VAPOR, as well as how to use its new Python API, which allows for scripted visualizations that can run alongside simulation processes.

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      Speaker: Michael Hartinger, Space Science Institute Plasma waves transfer energy and affect particle dynamics throughout the heliosphere. For example, magnetospheric Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) plasma waves affect radiation belt dynamics through wave-particle interactions and modulation of higher frequency plasma waves. Classification schemes are needed to identify and model these waves and related wave-particle interactions, but existing classifications often break down during periods of intense geomagnetic activity or when there are superpositions of multiple wave modes.

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