Posters

ST4.1

Space weather and space climate are collective terms that describe the Sun-Earth system on timescales varying between minutes and decades and include processes at the Sun, in the heliosphere, magnetosphere, ionosphere, thermosphere and at the lower atmosphere. Being able to predict (forecast and nowcast) the extreme events and develop the strategy for mitigation are dramatically important because space assets and critical infrastructures in the EU, such as communication and navigation systems, power grids, and aviation, are all extremely sensitive to the external environment. Post-event analysis is crucially important for the development and maintenance of numerical models, which can predict extreme space weather events in order to avoid failure of the critical infrastructures.
This session aims to address both the current state of the art of space weather products and new ideas and developments that can enhance the understanding of space weather and space climate and its impact on critical infrastructure. We invite presentations on various space weather and space climate-related activities in the Sun-Earth system: forecast and nowcast products and services; satellite observations; model development, validation, and verification; data assimilation; development and production of geomagnetic and ionospheric indices. Talks on space weather effects on applications (e.g. on airlines, pipelines and power grids, space flights, auroral tourism, etc.) in the Earth’s environment are also welcomed.

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Convener: Guram Kervalishvili | Co-conveners: Therese Moretto Jorgensen, Yulia Bogdanova, Alan Thomson, Claudia Borries
Orals
| Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00
 
Room L8
Posters
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 10:45–12:30
 
Hall X4

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X4

X4.226 |
EGU2019-4108
Therese Moretto Jorgensen, Michael Hesse, Masha Kuznetsova, Lutz Rastaetter, Susanne Vennerstrøm, and Paul Tenfjord
X4.227 |
EGU2019-2059
Rachel Bailey and Roman Leonhardt
X4.228 |
EGU2019-3103
Providing Long-term Measurements of 5 - 50 MeV/nucleon Proton and Helium Intensities – A new Data Product for SOHO/EPHIN
(withdrawn after no-show)
Patrick Kühl and Bernd Heber
X4.229 |
EGU2019-5426
Mark Dierckxsens, Lenka Zychova, Norma Crosby, and Stijn Calders
X4.230 |
EGU2019-6953
Pavel Hejda, Pavel Mlejnek, and Josef Pek
X4.231 |
EGU2019-8073
Guram Kervalishvili, Jürgen Matzka, Claudia Stolle, and Jan Rauberg
X4.232 |
EGU2019-12073
James Craft, Chris Pankratz, Thomas Berger, Jeffrey Thayer, Thomas Baltzer, and Daniel Baker
X4.233 |
EGU2019-13884
Olga Malandraki, Bernd Heber, Patrick Kuehl, Marlon Núñez, Arik Posner, Michalis Karavolos, and Nikos Milas
X4.234 |
EGU2019-11329
Tom Baltzer, Thomas Berger, Jennifer Knuth, Doug Lindholm, Anne Wilson, Chris Pankratz, James Craft, and Don Woodraska
X4.238 |
EGU2019-18904
Habila Mormi John, Biagio Forte, Ivan Astin, Tom Allbrook, and Alex Arnold
X4.240 |
EGU2019-2305
Andrey Samsonov, Yulia Bogdanova, and Graziella Branduardi-Raymont
X4.241 |
EGU2019-17899
Olena Podladchikova, Christophe Marque, Tatyana Podladchikova, Astrid Veronig, and Koen Stegen
X4.242 |
EGU2019-4086
Elisabeth Tindale, Sandra Chapman, Nicholas Watkins, and Richard Horne
X4.244 |
EGU2019-15525
Rakesh Sarma, Mandar Chandorkar, Enrico Camporeale, Alexander Drozdov, and Yuri Shprits