CEDAR email: Request for Community Input on Benchmarks for Space Weather
Wiltberger, Michael J
mwiltber at nsf.gov
Wed Feb 27 11:25:42 MST 2019
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is sponsoring an effort that seeks to engage the space weather community to develop the next phase of space weather benchmarks. As a point of reference, the U.S. National Science & Technology Council released Phase 1 benchmarks in June 2018. This new NSF-sponsored effort seeks to improve on the Phase 1 Benchmarks and identify opportunities for research efforts that will improve the understanding of extreme space weather, resulting in better benchmarks and preparedness. This effort, supported by NASA and the IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute, is being chaired by Geoff Reeves (LANL).
To support this effort, we are requesting input from the space weather community. Your input will help improve the fidelity and utility of space weather benchmarks and support development of a more refined Phase 2 Benchmarks study. This input may also be used to inform Federal research and development R&D priorities. For more information, please see the following link: https://idalink.org/SWxBenchmarks
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