Session 3 - Ground-based Instruments for Advanced Space Weather Projects
Francesca Zuccarello (University of Catania); Francesco Berrilli (University of Roma Tor Vergata); Paola De Michelis (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia); Stuart Jefferies (University of Hawaii).
Monday 27/11, 14:15 - 17:15
Eruptive events; ground-based instruments.
Eruptive events on the Sun can affect the near Earth environment and ground-based critical infrastructures. As such, the ability to monitor and forecast these sources of space weather, is of paramount importance. This session provides a forum for the presentation of state-of-the-art and novel instruments for the observation and prediction of solar eruptive events. Authors are invited to submit abstracts dealing with topics applied to observations of the solar photosphere and chromosphere, as well as of the solar magnetic field, which can be acquired by the new generation of ground-based instruments.
Accepted ContributionsClick here to toggle abstract display in the list
|Worldwide network of particle detectors SEVAN: 10 years of operation||Chilingaryan, A|
|Comprehensive analysis of the Geoeffective Solar Event of June 21, 2015: Effects on the Magnetosphere, Plasmasphere and Ionosphere Systems - part 1||Piersanti, M|
|Event based verification of the automatic flare detection system at Kanzelhöhe Observatory||Pötzi, W|
|ORCA: A new instrument for Space Weather||Blanco, J|
|Investigation of Heliospheric Faraday Rotation Due to a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) Using the LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) and Space-Based Imaging Techniques||Bisi, M|
|Neutron Monitors for Space Weather||Eroshenko, E|
|The SAMM project||Piazzesi, R|
|Comprehensive analysis of the Geoeffective Solar Event of June 21, 2015: Effects on the Magnetosphere, Plasmasphere and Ionosphere Systems - part 2||Piersanti, M|
|The MOTH Doppler-magnetographs and data calibration pipeline||Berrilli, F|
|Difference of Multiplicities in neutron monitor||Balabin, Y|
|Barentsburg, Apatity, Baksan are neutron monitors with advanced equipment||Balabin, Y|
|A set of secondary cosmic rays monitoring||Balabin, Y||