Space Weather

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Forecasting the Structure and Orientation of Earthbound Coronal Mass Ejections.  17:498-526. 2019
  • Comparisons of High-Linear Energy Transfer Spectra on the ISS and in Deep Space.  17:396-418. 2019
  • Forecasting Periods of Strong Southward Magnetic Field Following Interplanetary Shocks.  16:2004-2021. 2018
  • Geomagnetically Induced Currents Caused by Interplanetary Shocks With Different Impact Angles and Speeds.  16:636-647. 2018
  • Forward Modeling of Coronal Mass Ejection Flux Ropes in the Inner Heliosphere with 3DCORE..  16:216-229. 2018
  • Update on the Worsening Particle Radiation Environment Observed by CRaTER and Implications for Future Human Deep-Space Exploration.  16:289-303. 2018
  • Comparison of predictive estimates of high-latitude electrodynamics with observations of global-scale Birkeland currents.  15:352-373. 2017
  • The substorm cycle as reproduced by global MHD models.  15:131-149. 2017
  • Atmospheric radiationmodeling of galactic cosmic rays using LRO/CRaTER and the EMMREM model with comparisons to balloon and airline based measurements.  14:659-667. 2016
  • Community-wide validation of geospace model local K-index predictions to support model transition to operations.  14:469-480. 2016
  • Interplanetary space weather effects on Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter avalanche photodiode performance.  14:343-350. 2016
  • Solar modulation of the deep space galactic cosmic ray lineal energy spectrum measured by CRaTER, 2009-2014.  14:247-258. 2016
  • GEM-CEDAR challenge: Poynting flux at DMSP and modeled Joule heat.  14:113-135. 2016
  • Prediction of MeV electron fluxes throughout the outer radiation belt using multivariate autoregressive models.  13:853-867. 2015
  • Analysis of the potential radiation hazard of the 23 July 2012 SEP event observed by STEREO A using the EMMREM model and LRO/CRaTER.  13:560-567. 2015
  • Update on Radiation Dose From Galactic and Solar Protons at the Moon Using the LRO/CRaTER Microdosimeter.  13:363-364. 2015
  • Does the worsening galactic cosmic radiation environment observed by CRaTER preclude future manned deep space exploration?.  12:622-632. 2014
  • The heliospheric magnetic flux, solar wind proton flux, and cosmic ray intensity during the coming solar minimum.  12:499-507. 2014
  • Radiation environment at the Moon: Comparisons of transport code modeling and measurements from the CRaTER instrument.  12:329-336. 2014
  • Synthesis of 3-D Coronal-Solar Wind Energetic Particle Acceleration Modules.  12:323-328. 2014
  • Radiation modeling in the Earth and Mars atmospheres using LRO/CRaTER with the EMMREM Module.  12:112-119. 2014
  • Synthesis of 3-D Coronal-Solar Wind Energetic Particle Acceleration (C-SWEPA) Modules.  12:323-323. 2014
  • Relative contributions of galactic cosmic rays and lunar proton "albedo" to dose and dose rates near the Moon.  11:643-650. 2013
  • Dose spectra from energetic particles and neutrons.  11:547-556. 2013
  • Community-wide validation of geospace model ground magnetic field perturbation predictions to support model transition to operations.  11:369-385. 2013
  • The deep space galactic cosmic ray lineal energy spectrum at solar minimum.  11:361-368. 2013
  • Validation of PREDICCS using LRO/CRaTER observations during three major solar events in 2012.  11:350-360. 2013
  • Measurements of galactic cosmic ray shielding with the CRaTER instrument.  11:284-296. 2013
  • On the performance of global magnetohydrodynamic models in the Earth's magnetosphere.  11:313-326. 2013
  • Geospace environment modeling 2008-2009 challenge: D-st index.  11:187-205. 2013
  • The radiation environment near the lunar surface: CRaTER observations and Geant4 simulations.  11:142-152. 2013
  • The CRaTER Special Issue of Space Weather: Building the observational foundation to deduce biological effects of space radiation.  11:47-48. 2013
  • Focusing on Size and Energy Dependence of Electron Microbursts From the Van Allen Radiation Belts.  10. 2012
  • A new class of long-term stable lunar resonance orbits: Space weather applications and the Interstellar Boundary Explorer.  9:n/a-n/a. 2011
  • New measurements of total ionizing dose in the lunar environment.  9:n/a-n/a. 2011
  • Transmission of galactic cosmic rays through Mars atmosphere.  9:n/a-n/a. 2011
  • Use of single-component wind speed in Rankine-Hugoniot analysis of interplanetary shocks.  9:n/a-n/a. 2011
  • Geospace Environment Modeling 2008-2009 Challenge: Ground magnetic field perturbations.  9:n/a-n/a. 2011
  • A comparison of space weather analysis techniques used to predict the arrival of the Earth-directed CME and its shockwave launched on 8 April 2010.  9:n/a-n/a. 2011
  • Space radiation risk limits and Earth-Moon-Mars environmental models.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Modeling the 2003 Halloween events with EMMREM: Energetic particles, radial gradients, and coupling to MHD.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Modeling proton intensity gradients and radiation dose equivalents in the inner heliosphere using EMMREM: May 2003 solar events.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Mars Odyssey measurements of galactic cosmic rays and solar particles in Mars orbit, 2002-2008.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Time-dependent estimates of organ dose and dose equivalent rates for human crews in deep space from the 26 October 2003 solar energetic particle event (Halloween event) using the Earth-Moon-Mars Radiation Environment Module.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Galactic cosmic ray radiation hazard in the unusual extended solar minimum between solar cycles 23 and 24.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Parameterizations of the linear energy transfer spectrum for the CRaTER instrument during the LRO mission.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Earth-Moon-Mars Radiation Environment Module framework.  8:n/a-n/a. 2010
  • Introduction to special section on the Earth-Moon-Mars Radiation Environment Module.  7:n/a-n/a. 2009
  • Metrics for solar wind prediction models: Comparison of empirical, hybrid, and physics-based schemes with 8 years of L1 observations.  6:n/a-n/a. 2008
  • Predicting magnetospheric dynamics with a coupled Sun-to-Earth model: Challenges and first results.  5:n/a-n/a. 2007
  • Predicting magnetopause crossings at geosynchronous orbit during the Halloween storms.  5:n/a-n/a. 2007
  • Space weather drivers in the ACE era.  4:n/a-n/a. 2006
  • Suprathermal ions ahead of interplanetary shocks: New observations and critical instrumentation required for future space weather monitoring.  2:n/a-n/a. 2004
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1539-4956
  • 1542-7390
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1542-7390