GUVI Biblio


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SSUSI Aurora Forecast Model

A new capability has been developed at JHU/APL for forecasting the global aurora quantities based on the DMSP SSUSI data and the TIMED/GUVI Global Aurora Model. The SSUSI Aurora Forecast Model predicts the electron energy flux, mean energy, and equatorward boundary in the auroral oval for up to 1 day or 15 DMSP orbits in advance. In our presentation, we will demonstrate this newly implemented capability and its results. The future improvement plan will be discussed too.

Hsieh, S.~W.; Zhang, Y.; Schaefer, R.~K.; Romeo, G.; Paxton, L.;

Published by: AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts      Published on:

YEAR: 2013     DOI:

Auroral phenomena; forecasting; Ionosphere/magnetosphere interactions; Modeling and forecasting


Global patterns of Joule heating in the high-latitude ionosphere

A compiled empirical global Joule heating (CEJH) model is described in this study. This model can be used to study Joule heating patterns, Joule heating power, potential drop, and polar potential size in the high-latitude ionosphere and thermosphere, and their variations with solar wind conditions, geomagnetic activities, the solar EUV radiation, and the neutral wind. It is shown that the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) orientation and its magnitude, the solar wind speed, AL index, geomagnetic K ...

Zhang, X.; Wang, C.; Chen, T.; Wang, Y.; Tan, A.; Wu, T.; Germany, G.; Wang, W.;

Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research      Published on: 12*2005

YEAR: 2005     DOI: 10.1029/2005JA011222

electric fields; magnetosphere/ionosphere interaction; Modeling and forecasting; particle precipitation; polar cap ionosphere; solar radiation and cosmic ray effects