Session - Observing and predicting space weather driven ionospheric disturbances:
observational networks and modeling techniques, new services and
Matthew Angling, Anna Belehaki, Manuel Hernandez-Pajares and Ioanna Tsagouri
The ionosphere is a region of the upper atmosphere that is ionized
primarily by solar radiation. Variations in solar activity and in the
near-Earth environment can severely disturb the density of the
ionosphere. This, in turn, can affect a wide range of radio systems on
which European societies and economies are increasingly dependent, such
as Galileo and EGNOS. The session will focus on contributions concerning
new tools for modelling and forecasting the ionosphere and new services
that can be applied to improve the operation of radio systems. More
specifically we welcome papers on the modelling of space weather
disturbances in the bottomside ionosphere and their impact in the plasma
redistribution in the topside ionosphere and plasmasphere; nowcasting
and forecasting techniques including data assimilation and empirical
models and their validation; nowcasting methodologies for identifying
and tracking Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances; topside reconstruction
techniques using vertical electron density and radio occultation data
from satellite missions; presentation of new services and software tools
that exploit the output of forecasting models to support operational
systems; development of mitigation procedures to protect critical
infrastructures from space weather driven ionospheric effects;
presentation of relevant national and international activities and
Talks and Highlighted Posters
Wednesday November 19, 09:00-11:00, 11:30-13:00, auditorium Rogier
Wednesday November 19, 11:00-11:30, area in front of auditorium Rogier.
Talks and Highlighted Posters: time schedule
||Using the Spectral Response of Space-Borne Instruments in Flare Conditions for the Modelling of Flare-Induced Ionization Rate in the Lower Ionosphere.
||Dominique, M et al.
||Solar Activity Parametrisation for OPTIMAP
||Bothmer, V et al.
||Comparison of Modelled and Observed Ionospheric HF Radio Propagation over the Polar Cap in Response to Solar Flares and a Weak CME of January 2014
||Hallam, J et al.
||Global Ionosphere Redistribution during the Main Phase of Geomagnetic Storm on 29-31 August 2004
||Astafyeva, E et al.
||Monitoring Irregularities in the Mid-Latitude Ionosphere Using HF Radars
||Menk, F et al.
||Identification and Tracking of Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances Exploring Ground-Based Ionograms and 3D Electron Density Distribution Maps
||Belehaki, A et al.
|11:00||Poster Viewing + coffee|
||A Comparison of Scintillations with Forecasts in the GNSS bands at Jicamarca, Peru
||Zürn, M et al.
||Spatial Statistics Performed on Multi-GNSS Measurements for the Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of Equatorial Ionospheric Scintillations
||Lonchay, M et al.
||Space Weather and Ionosphere Investigations in the Frame of LOFAR Program
||An Extended Short-term foF2 Forecast Model EUROMAP
||Mikhailov, A et al.
||Highlighted Poster 1
||Ionosphere Threat Model Assessment for GBAS at High Latitudes
||Lin, Y et al.
||Highlighted Poster 2
||Potential of an Ionospheric Disturbance Index to Estimate the Ionospheric Impact on GNSS
||Wilken, V et al.
||Highlighted Poster 3
||Effects of Solar Wind High-Speed Streams on the High-Latitude Ionosphere: Superposed-Epoch Study
||Grandin, M et al.
||Highlighted Poster 4
||The Ionosphere Irregularities Modeling on the base of ROTI Mapping
||Cherniak, I et al.
||Highlighted Poster 5
||New Space Weather Observation Networks in Finland
||Ulich, T et al.
||Highlighted Poster 6
||Computation of Ionospheric Electric Potentials Using IRI-Plas
||Highlighted Poster 7
||In Situ Detections of Space Weather by the LYRA Radiometer on Board the PROBA2 Satellite
||Katsiyannis, T et al.
||Highlighted Poster 8
||The EISCAT_3D radar system: Conclusions from the Preparatory Phase
||Highlighted Poster 9
||Ionosphere Scintillation Mapping using a Krigging Algorithm
||Highlighted Poster 10
||Scintillation Characterization for SESAR 15.3.7
||Highlighted Poster 11
|13:03||End of session|
||The Annual Asymmetry in NmF2 During Deep Solar Minimum (2008-2009): December Anomaly
||Mikhailov, A; Perrone, L
||Dynamic and Thermal Processes in Geospace during November 13 - 15, 2012 Magnetic Storm over Kharkov (Eastern Ukraine)
||Ionospheric Outflows above Quasi-Static Aurora: Discrete Arcs and Polar Cap Arcs
||De Keyser, J; Maggiolo, R; Maes, L; Gunell, H
||Prediction of the changes of ionospheric characteristics during quiet magnetic conditions
||Dziak-Jankowska, B; Stanislawska, I; Ernst, T
||A Further Investigation Of The Time Dependence On The Ionospheric Fof2 Variability During Magnetically Quiet And Active Periods As Compared To The Relevant Results Of The Ariel 4 Satellite Ambient Electron Density At ~ 550 Km Altitude During The Declining
||Tulunay, Y; Timoçin, E; Ünal, İ
||The Discrimination between Magnetospheric and Ionospheric Contributions in the Ground Manifestations of Sudden Impulses.
||Piersanti, M; Villante, U
||The Impact of Coronal Mass Ejections on the Density of Ionosphere
||Sheiner, O; Vybornov, F; Pershin, A; Rakhlin, A; Fridman, V
||Large-Scale Ionospheric Disturbances at the Recovery Phase of Moderate Geomagnetic Storm of October 2008
||Zakharenkova, I; Astafyeva, E
||Probing the Ionosphere with Broadband Low-Frequency Observations of Ionospheric Scintillation
||Fallows, R; Coles, W; Forte, B
||Study of Amplitude and Phase Perturbations on VLF Signals Induced by Solar Flares in the Region of the Morning and Evening Terminator
||Sreckovic, V; Sulic, D
||Latitudinal and Longitudinal Differences in Ionospheric Response to Magnetic Disturbances
||Buresova, D; Lastovicka, J; Kouba, D; Urbar, J; Novotna, D
||The Variability of Effects of the CIR and HSS Events on the Ionospheric Disturbed Periods Including Storm Recovery Phase
||Urbar, J; Buresova, D; Lastovicka, J; Mosna, Z
||Validation of the Cyprus Ionospheric Forecasting Service during Disturbed Geomagnetic Conditions
||Economou, L; Haralambous, H; Pezzopane, M; Zolesi, B; Pietrella, M; Cander, Lj R
|25||IRI STORM validation over Europe
||Haralambous, H; Vryonides, P; Leontiou, T; Oikonomou, C; Dobrica, V; Demetrescu, C; Ionescu, D; Maris, G|
|26||Iono-tropospheric Disturbances Mitigation System for SSA Purposes
||Stanislawska, Iwona; Tomasik, Lukasz; Pozoga, Mariusz; Swiatek, Anna; Dziak-Jankowska, Beata|
||Halloween Storm 2004 impact on Ionospheric Drifts
||High Latitude Ionospheric Monitoring by Incoherent Scatter Radar: Case Studies for Mitigation of Space Weather Effects on Satellite Navigation
||Enell, C-F; Tjulin, A; Häggström, I
||Identification of the Ionospheric Substorms with Global W-index Maps for 1999-2014
||Gulyaeva, T; Arikan, F
||Ionospheric Modelling at IPS
||Francis, M; Terkildsen, M; Bouya, Z
||Features of the Modern Diagnostic Methods of Ionospheric Turbulence
||Vybornov, F; Pershin, A; Rakhlin, A; Sheiner, O
: the note e
means this is an e-poster.