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SW23: 行星际与磁层预报           >> 注册本专题

Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Forecast


召集人 (Conveners):

Dr. Xue-Shang Feng (冯学尚), National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, fengx@spaceweather.ac.cn

Dr. Si-Qing Liu (刘四清), National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, liusq@nssc.ac.cn

Dr. Gui-Ming Le (乐贵明), National Center for Space Weather, China Meteorological Administration, China, legm@cma.gov.cn

Dr. Xin-Hua Zhao (赵新华), National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, xhzhao@spaceweather.ac.cn

Dr. Bing-Xian Luo (罗冰显), National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, bxluo@earth.sepc.ac.cn

Dr.Cheng-Long Shen (申成龙),University of Science and Technology of China,clshen@ustc.edu.cn

Dr. Jiang-Guang Guo (郭建广), National Center for Space Weather, China Meteorological Administration, China, guojg@cma.gov.cn


专题简介 (Session Description):

upstream solar wind, magnetotail and the underneath ionosphere. As important elements in the propagation chain of space weather events, how the solar wind transients (e.g., coronal mass ejections (CMEs), corotating interaction region (CIR) and interplanetary shocks (IS)) originate and propagate through the interplanetary space and interact with the magnetosphere, is a key aspect in space weather forecast. This session will mainly focus on: (1) forecasting the interplanetary propagation and geoeffectiveness of CMEs, (2) forecasting the effects of CMEs, CIR, and IS on the magnetosphere, such as configuration of the bow shock and magnetopause, the ring current, the radiation belts, the plasmasphere, and the ionosphere; (3) responses of inner magnetosphere to solar wind.


参与该专题人员信息:

姓名发票抬头入住时间题目
申成龙中国科学技术大学7月31日 8月4日 Geoeffectiveness of SIRs  
徐孟娇中国科学技术大学7月31日 8月4日 Properties and Solar Cycle Variations of Interplanetary Fast Forward Shocks Observed by WIND from 1995 to 2015  


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