The Scientific Foundation of Space Weather, 1st ed. 2019
Space Sciences Series of ISSI Series, Vol. 67

Coordinators: Baker Daniel, Balogh André, Gombosi Tamas, Koskinen Hannu E. J., Veronig Astrid, von Steiger Rudolf

Language: Anglais

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587 p. · 15.5x23.5 cm · Hardback
This book provides an in-depth review of all aspects of space weather. Written by world-leading experts, these sixteen review papers cover everything from space weather's origin on the Sun and its propagation in interplanetary space to its impact on the Earth and other solar system bodies. The history of space weather and even events with anthropogenic origin are also covered. Thus, the volume serves as both a comprehensive reference for researchers and a starting point for graduate students.

Originally published in Space Science Reviews in the Topical Collection ?The Scientific Foundation of Space Weather?
Achievements and Challenges in the Science of Space Weather.- Space Weather: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.- Origins of the Ambient Solar Wind: Implications for Space Weather.- Evolution of the Sunspot Number and Solar Wind B Time Series.- The Origin, Early Evolution and Predictability of Solar Eruptions.- The Physical Processes of CME/ICME Evolution.-  Acceleration and Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles.- Particle Radiation Sources, Propagation and Interactions in Deep Space, at Earth, the Moon, Mars, and Beyond: Examples of Radiation Interactions and Effects.- Geoeffective Properties of Solar Transients and Stream Interaction Regions.- The Scientific Foundations of Forecasting Magnetospheric Space Weather.- Space Weather Effects in the Earth’s Radiation Belts.- Space Weather Effects Produced by the Ring Current Particles.- Locations Where Space Weather Energy Impacts the Atmosphere.- Extreme Space Weather Events: From Cradle to Grave.- The Varying Core Magnetic Field from a Space Weather Perspective.- Anthropogenic Space Weather.
Provides a one-stop reference for researchers and graduate students entering the field

Richly illustrated with over 200 illustrations, most of them in color

Written by world-leading experts on a variety of space weather topics