Extreme Space Weather

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Extreme Space Weather not only allows readers to learn the basics of complex space weather phenomena and future directions for research in space physics and extreme space events. The book begins with a brief overview of space weather, including sunspot cycles, solar winds and geomagnetic fields. From there, the book moves on to extreme space weather phenomena, including mass coronal ejections, solar flares and magnetic storms. The book also includes a discussion of both observed and theoretical extreme events. This book is ideal for students and researchers in geophysics and space physics departments, as well as those in hazard and disaster preparedness.

  • Focuses on extreme space weather and its impacts on Earth, the Moon and Mars
  • Includes hazard maps showing data and impacts on Earth from extreme space weather events
  • Presents research on both observed and theoretical extreme events
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ISBN-13: 9780128225370
ISBN-10: 0128225378
Pagini: 186
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Greutate: 0.25 kg

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Graduate students and faculty in geophysics/space physics department and engineering department
From professional engineers to decision makers in the recently growing space industry and other industries such as power grids, aviation, communications


1. Introduction to Extreme Space Weather
2. Modeling Energetic
3. Modeling Magnetic Storms
4. Toward the Moon and Mars

Notă biografică

Ryuho Kataoka, associate professor at the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR), specializes in studies of space physics and is known for his research on auroras and space weather forecasting. He is a recipient of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's Young Scientist Award 2015, and hosts "Solar Flare and Space Disaster¿ on NHK Culture Radio. He is the author of many books, including "Aurora!¿ (2015) and "Space Disaster¿ (2016), and ¿Japanese History of Aurorä (2019). He is teaching graduate students at SOKENDAI. He has >130 peer-reviewed papers. He has hosted several workshops about extreme space weather for the last decade and served as the chair of space weather session at the JpGU-AGU joint meeting for several years.