CEDAR email: Final Reminder for IUGG 2019 Montreal, Session A18 on Geomagnetic Indices and 70th Anniversary of Kp
jmat at gfz-potsdam.de
Thu Feb 14 13:17:36 MST 2019
The abstract submission deadline is Monday, February 18. Please present
your work on geomagnetic indices in session A18 at IUGG 2019 in Montreal.
Simon Wing, JHUAPL, on geomagnetic index prediction and analysis
William Cade, Baylor, on history and significance of geomagnetic indices
Irina Zhelavskaya, GFZ, on geomagnetic indices to parameterize space
A18 - Dependable, Long-Term Geomagnetic Indices and Modern, Index-Based
Services: 70th Anniversary Of the Kp Index
70 year ago, in 1949, Julius Bartels introduced the geomagnetic Kp
index. This symposium is dedicated to the production, prediction and
application of geomagnetic indices.
These indices, derived from geomagnetic observations, quantify phenomena
like the energy transfer from the solar wind or the strength of the ring
current. They are used as space weather indicators and as input for
empirical models of the space environment. Due to their long-term
stability they can be used to quantify space climate. Next to the
established IAGA-endorsed geomagnetic indices there also exist
researcher-driven indices to address specific scientific questions.
On http://iugg2019montreal.com/abstract-submission.html latest by
Jürgen Matzka, Anatoly Soloviev, Jeff Love
Dr. Jürgen Matzka
Section 2.3, Geomagnetism
Tel.: +49 (0)33843/624-18
E-Mail: jmat at gfz-potsdam.de
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
GFZ German Research Centre For Geosciences
Public Law Foundation State of Brandenburg
Telegrafenberg, 14473 Potsdam
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