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Special volume 57 (1): Developing the Scientific Basis for Monitoring, Modelling and Predicting Space Weather; Guest Editors: Jean Lilensten, Mauro Messerotti, Rami Vainio, and Jurgen Watermann

Lilensten, J., Belehaki, A.

Developing the scientific basis for monitoring, modelling and predicting space weather. Preface to the special issue

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Zuccarello, F., Guglielmino, S.L., Battiato, V., Contarino, L., Spadaro, D., Romano, P.

Emergence and evolution of active and ephemeral regions: Comparison between observations and models

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Zuccarello, F., Contarino, L., Romano, P., Battiato, V., Guglielmino, S.L.

Multi-wavelength observations of flares and eruptive filaments

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Lundstedt, H.

Solar magnetic activity: Topology and prediction

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Kretzschmar, M., Dudok de Wit, T., Lilensten, J., Hochedez, J.-F., Aboudarham, J., Amblard, P.-O., Auchère, F., Moussaoui, S.

Solar EUV/FUV irradiance variations: Analysis and observational strategy

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Contarino, L., Zuccarello, F., Romano, P., Spadaro, D., Guglielmino, S.L., Battiato, V.

Flare forecasting based on sunspot-groups characteristics

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Messerotti, M., Chela-Flores, J.

Solar activity and life: a Review

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Desorgher, L., Kudela, K., Flückiger, E.O., Bütikofer, R., Storini, M., Kalegaev, V.

Comparison of Earth’s magnetospheric magnetic field models in the context of cosmic ray physics

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Usoskin, I.G., Desorgher, L., Velinov, P., Storini, M., Flückiger, E.O., Bütikofer, R., Kovaltsov, G.A.  

Ionization of the Earth’s atmosphere by solar and galactic cosmic rays

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Dudok de Wit, T., Chilingarian, A.A., Karapetyan, G.G.

Techniques for characterizing weak transients in cosmic ray records, as measured by neutron monitor networks

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Valtonen, E., Riihonen, E., Lehtinen, I.-V.

Solar energetic particle fluences from SOHO/ERNE

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Spurny, F., Dachev, T.P.

New results on radiation effects on human health

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Daglis, I.A., Balasis, G., Ganushkina, N., Metallinou, F.-A., Palmroth, M., Pirjola, R., Tsagouri, I.

Investigating dynamic coupling in geospace through the combined use of modeling, simulations and data analysis

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Romanova, N., Pilipenko, V.

ULF wave indices to characterize the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction and relativistic electron dynamics

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Milillo, A., Orsini, S.

Empirical modeling of the ring current

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Amata, E., Consolini, G., Pallocchia, G., Marcucci, M.F.

ANN forecast of hourly averaged AE index based on L1 IMF and plasma measurements

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Watermann, J., Gleisner, H.

Geomagnetic variations and their time derivatives during geomagnetic storms at different levels of intensity

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Thomson, A.W.P., McKay, A.J., Viljanen, A.

A review of progress in modelling of induced geoelectric and geomagnetic fields with special regard to induced currents

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Lilensten, J., Barthélemy, M., Simon, C., Jeanjacquot, P., Gronoff, G.

The Planeterrella, a pedagogic experiment in planetology and plasma physics

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Stanisławska, I., Belehaki, A.

Space Weather observational activities and data management in Europe

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Special volume 57 (1): Developing the Scientific Basis for Monitoring, Modelling and Predicting Space Weather; Guest Editors: Jean Lilensten, Mauro Messerotti, Rami Vainio, and Jurgen Watermann

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