Advances in Space Environment Research

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List of Contributors. Foreword: advances in space environment research; A.C.L. Chian and the WISER Team. 1. Sun/Heliosphere: Modelling of the electromagnetic field in the interplanetary space and in the Earth's magnetosphere; I.I. Alexeev, et al. Type II solar radio bursts: theory and space weather implications; I.H. Cairns. Probing solar subsurface magnetic fields; D.-Y. Chou, et al. A class of TVD type combined numerical scheme for MHD equations with a survey about numerical methods in solar wind simulations; X. Feng, et al. Solar energetic particle events: phenomenology and prediction; S.B. Gabriel, G.J. Patrick. Computer simulations of solar plasmas; J.P. Goedbloed, et al. High-frequency radio signatures of solar eruptive flares; M. Karlicky. Solar MHD waves and solar neutrinos; N. Reggiani, et al. Variations of the magnetic fields in large solar flares; H. Schunker, A.-C. Donea. The progress of the Taiwan Oscillation Network project; M.-T. Sun, et al. Magnetic reconnection phenomena in interplanetary space; F. Wei, et al. Reconstructed 3-D magnetic field structure and hard X-ray ribbons for the 2000 Bastille-day event; Y. Yan, G. Huang. On the application of the boundary element method in coronal magnetic field reconstruction; Y. Yan. 2. Magnetosphere/Bow Shock: Energy flux in the Earth's magnetosphere: storm-substorm relationship; I.I. Alexeev. Recent developments in magnetospheric diagnostics using ULF waves; B.J. Fraser. New insights on geomagnetic storms from model simulations using multi-spacecrafts data; V.K. Jordanova. A new paradigm for 3D collisionless magnetic reconnection; G. Lapenta. Inner magnetospheric modeling with the Rice Convection Model; F. Toffoletto, et al. Some observational evidence of Alfven surface waves induced magnetic reconnection; C. Uberoi. Some aspect of the low latitude geomagnetic response under different solar wind conditions; U. Villante, et al. Shock wave interaction with the magnetopause; C.-C. Wu. 3. Ionosphere/Atmosphere: Optimal assimilation for ionospheric weather: theoretical aspect; J.-S. Guo, et al. Plasma instabilities and their simulations in the equatorial F-region: recent results; R. Sekar. Space weather in the equatorial ionosphere; R.J. Stening. Lightening induced optical emissions in the ionosphere; J.A. Valdivia. 4. Space Weather/Space Climate: Space weather: its effects and predictability; D.G. Cole. The FedSat microsatellite mission; B.J. Fraser. Real-time specifications of the geospace environment; Y. Kamide, et al. Solar influence on Earth's climate; N. Marsh, H. Svensmark. Space weather research in China; F. Wei, et al. 5. Space Plasma Physics/Astrophysics: MHD numerical simulations of proto-stellar jets ; A.H. Cerqueira, E.M.de Gouveia Dal Pino. In search of the origin of the highest energy cosmic rays; R.W. Clay, B.R. Dawson. Wave-particle-electric field synergetic auroral electron acceleration; A.S.de Assis. Spectrum of global ideal-magnetohydrodynamic three-dimensional ballooning modes; R.L. Dewar. Stability and waves of a transonic laboratory and space plasmas; J.P. Goedbloed. Wave-induced energetic particle generation and space plasma modeling; M.P. Leubner. Small-angle scattering and diffusion: application to relativistic shock acceleration; R.J. Protheroe, et al. On the stabilizing role of parallel inhomogeneous flow on low-frequency space fluctuations; S. Sen. Alfven waves in the
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Advances in Space Environment Research - Volume I contains the proceedings of two international workshops, the World Space Environment Forum (WSEF2002) and the High Performance Computing in Space Environment Research (HPC2002), organized by the World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER) from 22 July to 2 August 2002 in Adelaide, Australia.

The articles in this volume review the state-of-the-art of the theoretical, computational and observational studies of the physical processes of Sun-Earth connections and Space Environment. They cover six topical areas: Sun/Heliosphere, Magnetosphere/Bow Shock, Ionosphere/Atmosphere, Space Weather/Space Climate, Space Plasma Physics/Astrophysics, and Complex/Intelligent Systems.

The authors are leading space physicists from 20 countries/regions, representing the WISER international network of research and training centers of excellence dedicated to promote cooperation in cutting-edge space environment research and training of first-rate space scientists, and to link nations for the peaceful use of the space environment.

This volume is useful for space physicists, astrophysicists and plasma physicists; and can be adopted as a reference book for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

31.10.2003

Herausgeber

Abraham C.-L. Chian + weitere

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Springer Netherland

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540

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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31.10.2003

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Springer Netherland

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540

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24,1/16/3,8 cm

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1094 g

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2003

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Englisch

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  • Advances in Space Environment Research
  • List of Contributors. Foreword: advances in space environment research; A.C.L. Chian and the WISER Team. 1. Sun/Heliosphere: Modelling of the electromagnetic field in the interplanetary space and in the Earth's magnetosphere; I.I. Alexeev, et al. Type II solar radio bursts: theory and space weather implications; I.H. Cairns. Probing solar subsurface magnetic fields; D.-Y. Chou, et al. A class of TVD type combined numerical scheme for MHD equations with a survey about numerical methods in solar wind simulations; X. Feng, et al. Solar energetic particle events: phenomenology and prediction; S.B. Gabriel, G.J. Patrick. Computer simulations of solar plasmas; J.P. Goedbloed, et al. High-frequency radio signatures of solar eruptive flares; M. Karlicky. Solar MHD waves and solar neutrinos; N. Reggiani, et al. Variations of the magnetic fields in large solar flares; H. Schunker, A.-C. Donea. The progress of the Taiwan Oscillation Network project; M.-T. Sun, et al. Magnetic reconnection phenomena in interplanetary space; F. Wei, et al. Reconstructed 3-D magnetic field structure and hard X-ray ribbons for the 2000 Bastille-day event; Y. Yan, G. Huang. On the application of the boundary element method in coronal magnetic field reconstruction; Y. Yan. 2. Magnetosphere/Bow Shock: Energy flux in the Earth's magnetosphere: storm-substorm relationship; I.I. Alexeev. Recent developments in magnetospheric diagnostics using ULF waves; B.J. Fraser. New insights on geomagnetic storms from model simulations using multi-spacecrafts data; V.K. Jordanova. A new paradigm for 3D collisionless magnetic reconnection; G. Lapenta. Inner magnetospheric modeling with the Rice Convection Model; F. Toffoletto, et al. Some observational evidence of Alfven surface waves induced magnetic reconnection; C. Uberoi. Some aspect of the low latitude geomagnetic response under different solar wind conditions; U. Villante, et al. Shock wave interaction with the magnetopause; C.-C. Wu. 3. Ionosphere/Atmosphere: Optimal assimilation for ionospheric weather: theoretical aspect; J.-S. Guo, et al. Plasma instabilities and their simulations in the equatorial F-region: recent results; R. Sekar. Space weather in the equatorial ionosphere; R.J. Stening. Lightening induced optical emissions in the ionosphere; J.A. Valdivia. 4. Space Weather/Space Climate: Space weather: its effects and predictability; D.G. Cole. The FedSat microsatellite mission; B.J. Fraser. Real-time specifications of the geospace environment; Y. Kamide, et al. Solar influence on Earth's climate; N. Marsh, H. Svensmark. Space weather research in China; F. Wei, et al. 5. Space Plasma Physics/Astrophysics: MHD numerical simulations of proto-stellar jets ; A.H. Cerqueira, E.M.de Gouveia Dal Pino. In search of the origin of the highest energy cosmic rays; R.W. Clay, B.R. Dawson. Wave-particle-electric field synergetic auroral electron acceleration; A.S.de Assis. Spectrum of global ideal-magnetohydrodynamic three-dimensional ballooning modes; R.L. Dewar. Stability and waves of a transonic laboratory and space plasmas; J.P. Goedbloed. Wave-induced energetic particle generation and space plasma modeling; M.P. Leubner. Small-angle scattering and diffusion: application to relativistic shock acceleration; R.J. Protheroe, et al. On the stabilizing role of parallel inhomogeneous flow on low-frequency space fluctuations; S. Sen. Alfven waves in the