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"ESA Workshop on Space Weather" proceedings ESA WPP-155

11-13 November 1998, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

SESSION 1: EFFECTS AND USERS  

Effects on Spacecraft & Aircraft Electronics
Clive Dyer & David Rodgers (DERA- Space Dept. U.K.)

Orbit and Attitude Perturbations due to Aerodynamics and Radiation Pressure
Hans-Heinrich Klinkrad (ESA/ESOC)

Electromagnetic Propagation (Alt, TEC)
Nicolas Picot (CNES, France)

Power and Pipelines (Ground Systems)
Risto Pirjola (FMI, Finland)

Biological Effects of Space Radiation
Günther Reitz (DLR/FF-ME, Abteilung Strahlenbiologie, Germany)

Cost and Insurance Aspects
José Da Costa Lopes (CECAR & JUTHEAU, France)

SESSION 2: PHYSICAL PROCESSES/PRESENTATION OF DATA  

Solar Activity: Flares, CMEs, SEPs, CIRs, Solar Wind
Nicole Vilmer (DASOP/Meudon Observatory, France)

Magnetospheric Electrodynamics: Energetic Particle Signatures of Geomagnetic Storms and Substorms
Tuija Pulkkinen (FMI, Finland)

Radiation Belts
Paul Buehler (PSI, Switzerland)

Cosmic Rays, Solar Protons in the Near-Earth Environment and their Entry into the Magnetosphere
Stephen Gabriel (University of Southampton, U.K.)

SESSION 3: MODELS AND DATA  

Data Processing, Databases and Tools available: Present and Future
Daniel Heynderickx (BIRA/IASB, Belgium)

Solar Corona and Solar Wind Structure and Solar Particle Events
Volker Bothmer, Extraterrestrische Physik, IEAP, Germany

Magnetosphere MHD Models and Kinetic Models including Substorms and Radiation Belts (UCLA model, Salammbo, FMI model)
Sebastien Bourdarie (ONERA-CERT, France)

Ionospheric Models including the Auroral Environment
Ljiljana R Cander (CLRC RAL, U.K.)

Analogue Models, Filters and Neural Networks in Solar-Terrestrial Physics Henrik Lundstedt (Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Lund, Sweden)
(see: Swedish Space Weather Initiatives )

Experimental Models of Effects Simulation
Manola Romero (ONERA-CERT, France)

SESSION 4: VARIOUS WORLD WIDE SPACE WEATHER INITIATIVES  

ESA Report on Space Weather: Looking for the Role of ESA on the International Space Weather Scene
Hannu Koskinen (FMI, Finland)

Czech Republic Space Weather Initiatives
Marian Karlicky (Astronomical Institute, Ondrejov, Czech Republic)

Danish Space Weather Initiatives
Eigil Friis-Christensen (DSRI, Denmark)

Finnish Space Weather Initiatives
Tuija Pulkkinen (FMI, Finland)

French Space Weather Initiatives
Jacques Breton (CNES, France)

German Space Weather Initiatives
Wolfgang Baumjohann (Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik, Germany)

Italian Space Weather Initiatives
Maurizio Candidi (CNR-IFSI, Italy)

Norwegian Space Weather Initiatives
Paal Brekke (Inst. of Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Oslo, Norway)

Russian Space Weather Initiatives
Aleksey Dmitriev (SINP MSU, Moscow, Russia)

Swedish Space Weather Initiatives
Henrik Lundstedt (Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Lund, Sweden)

U.K. Space Weather Initiatives
Andrew Coates (MSSL, U.K.)

AGONET and Space Weather
Maurizio Candidi (CNR-IFSI, Italy)

Radiation Protection for International Space Station Astronauts: Managing Exposures from Space Weather Events
(see: Title Page of this Review Talk) - save as power-point files
Michael Golightly (NASA/JSC, U.S.A.)

NOAA/SEC Report on Space Weather
Ernest Hildner (NOAA/SEC, USA)

The International Space Environment Service (ISES)
Richard Thompson (IPS Radio and Space Services, Australia)

POSTER SESSION 1: EFFECTS AND USERS  

1. Space Weather Effects detected by GPS based TEC Monitoring
2. SPENVIS: The Space ENVironment Information System
11. Monitoring Thermospheric Density Variations with the CHAMP Satellite
12. Primary Flight Data Analysis of Spacecraft Charging from DIERA Patrol System at "Express-11" and "Gals-12" Russian Satellites
16. Prediction of Internal Dielectric Charging using the DICTAT code
20. Backscatter Occurrence Statistics from the CUTLASS Radars as an Indicator of Space Weather Impact on High Latitude HF Radio Propagation
21. A Comparison between the Ariel 4 Ambient Electron Densities and Ionospheric Critical Frequencies over the Cost 251: Iits Area
23. Plasmaspheric Effects on the Gps System: Modelling and Observations in UK
24. HF Radio Propagation at High Latitudes under Quiet and Disturbed Geomagnetic Conditions
38. Deep Dielectric Charging Specification
46. The ISO Detectors and the Space Radiation Environment
55. The Micro-Satellite DEMETER
57. Long-Term Data and Simulations on ISOCAM Long-Wave Detector Glitches
(Figures: ISOCAM_distr.eps and tracklength.eps)
67. Prediction of Plasma Sheet Electrons on X-Ray Mirror Missions
68. Prediction of Meteosat Anomalies Based on Space Weather
69. Correlation of Meteosat-3 Anomalies with Data from the Space Environment Monitor

POSTER SESSION 2: PHYSICAL PROCESSES/PRESENTATION OF DATA  

4. SOHO LASCO and EIT -- A Space Weather Forecasting Observatory
6. On the Propagation of Halo CMEs towards Earth
7. Radial Evolution of a Coronal Mass Ejection
15. A Study of Geoeffective CMEs observed by LASCO on SOHO and their Solar Origins
27. SuperDARN radar measurements of Ionospheric Convection in the High Latitude Ionosphere
28. The Solar Surveillance Program at the Kanzelhoehe Solar Observatory: New Facilities for High Speed Digital Imaging and Dynamic Event Tracking
32. Indexes of Cosmic Ray Disturbance as a Reflection of the Situation in the Interplanetary Medium
41. Determination of the Solar UV Flux from SOHO and EISCAT Measurements
49. Observation of the Radiation-Belts with REM
50. Evolution of the Filament/CH/Magnetic Field Complex
60. Cosmic Ray Event associated with the January 10, 1997 Magnetic Storm
64. A Tool to Model Particle Fluxes: Solar Energetic Particle Events
65. Solar Radio Imaging and Space Weather
66. Monitoring of a Shock Wave Propagation from the Solar Atmosphere to the Earth

POSTER SESSION 3: MODELS AND DATA  

3. Preliminary Algorithm for Solar Proton Event Parameters Prediction
5. Forecasting the Earth's Radiation Belt's of Energetic Electron Fluxes and Spectra
9. Solar Particle Event -- Real Time (SPERT): A Real-Time Solar Particle Event Exposure Analysis System
13. A New Method for On-board Measurement of Hot Magnetospheric Plasma at Geostationary Orbit
14. Efficiency of Short-Term Prediction for the Main Solar Flares on the Basis of Long-Period Pulsations of Microwave Radio Emission
17. The Approach of Fuzzy Neural Networks for Geomagnetic Storm Predictions
19. A Non-Linear Approach to Satellite Anomaly Prediction
22. The Geomagnetic Indices: Derivation, Meaning and Availability
(Figure 1 and Table 1)
25. The Role of Radio Tomography in Monitoring the Near-Earth Environment
26. Forecasting of Radiation Conditions in the Earth's Magnetosphere and in the Interplanetary Space
29. Artificial Neural Network Applying for the Space Radiation Environment Modelling and Forecasting
30. Near Real Time Forecasting of Dynamics of Large Scale Magnetic Field Configurations from Magnetograph Data
34. Prediction of Geomagnetic Storms Associated with the Halo CMEs of January and April 1997
36. Dynamic Modelling of the High Energy Proton Belt
37. Physical Modelling of the Outer Belt High Energy Electrons
39. Radiation Dosimetry Measurements in HEO Orbit
(part 1 and part2)
42. Non-Linear Interpolation of Missing Points within the Hourly FOF2 Time Series
44. Space Weather-Related Magnetospheric Modelling at FMI/GEO
45. Prediction of Times with Increased Risk of Internal Charging on Spacecraft
48. Plasma Convection over Northern Scandinavia
53. Consideration of Solar Activity in Models of the Current and Future Particulate Environment of the Earth
54. Neural Network in Ionospheric Weather Research
56. Analysis and Real-Time Prediction of Environmentally Induced Spacecraft Anomalies
59. Predicting Maximum Amplitude of Solar Cycles using Geomagnetic Precursors
62. 4D Imaging of the Ionosphere using GPS data and an Application to Ionospheric Calibration of Radar Altimeters

POSTER SESSION 4: WORLD-WIDE SPACE WEATHER INITIATIVES  

8. Space Weather Services in Australia
18. Lund Space Weather Programme
(see: Swedish Space Weather Initiatives )
31. Monitoring of the Cosmic Ray in Real Time and Information System of the Moscow System
33. Multi-Point Magnetospheric Satellite Network for Space Weather Applications
35. Hugin and Munin: Autonomous, Low Cost, Space Weather Nanosatellites
40. Solar and Geomagnetic Activity during Solar Cycle 23
43. Interplanetary Scintillation and Space Weather Monitoring
47. Space Weather Research at the Ondrejov Observatory
      (see: Czech Republic Space Weather Initiatives)
51. Dedicated Instruments to Monitor the Space Radiation Environment
52. Coordinated Src and Ral Centers for Ionospheric Weather Specification and Forecasting
58. Activities of the ISES Meudon Warning Center
61. ESA Space Weather Initiatives in the Space Environments and Effects Analysis Section (TOS-EMA)
63. Space Weather Activities at Danish Meteorological Institute

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