Space and Planetary Sciences (P)
Session Sub-categorySolar-Terrestrial Sciences, Space Electromagnetism & Space Environment(EM)
Session IDP-EM12
TitleSpace Weather and Space Climate
Short TitleSpace Weather and Space Climate
Main Convener NameRyuho Kataoka
AffiliationNational Institute of Polar Research
Co-Convener 1NameAntti A Pulkkinen
AffiliationNASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Co-Convener 2NameKanya Kusano
AffiliationInstitute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University
Co-Convener 3NameKaori Sakaguchi
AffiliationNational Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Session LanguageE
ScopeWe share the latest scientific papers to understand how the solar-terrestrial environment changes in various time scales, and to discuss how we will react via international and interdisciplinary collaborations. More specifically, welcomed papers include space climate studies to reconstruct long-term variations from radio isotopes; cutting-edge observational and modeling studies of the ionosphere, geospace, heliosphere and the sun; simulation and statistical studies to predict the future space weather and space climate; applied science such as operational space weather forecast and mitigation of the social impact due to extreme space hazards.
Presentation FormatOral and Poster presentation
Joint Session withAGU
Invited AuthorsMartin G Connors (Athabasca University)
Nicola Justine Fox (NASA Headquarters)
Alexa Jean Halford (Dartmouth College Goddard Space Flight Center)
Maria M Kuznetsova (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Chigomezyo Mudala Ngwira (Atmospheric and Space Technology Research Associates, LLC)
Elsayed R Talaat (NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service)
Evan G Thomas (Dartmouth College)
Kosuke Sakai (Systems Engineering Consultants Co., LTD.)
Tatsuhiro Yokoyama (Kyoto University)
Yusuke Ebihara (Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University)
Tatsuhiko Sato (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Hiroko Miyahara (College of Art and Design, Musashino Art University)
Takafumi Kaneko (Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University)
Kazumasa Iwai (Institute for Space–Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University)
TimePresentation NoTitlePresenterAbstract
Oral Presentation May 27 AM1
09:00 - 09:15PEM12-01NASA Heliophysics Division Space Weather UpdateNicola Justine Fox
09:15 - 09:30PEM12-02NOAA's Current and Future Space Weather ArchitectureElsayed R Talaat
09:30 - 09:45PEM12-03Community Coordinating Modeling Center (CCMC): A hub for collaborative assessment and improvement of space weather capabilities.Maria M Kuznetsova
09:45 - 10:00PEM12-04Different flux evolutions of relativistic electrons of the outer belt associated with high-speed coronal hole streams; Arase and Van Allen Probes observationsYoshizumi Miyoshi
10:00 - 10:15PEM12-05Study on the predictability of imminent giant solar flares based on the theory of double-arc instabilityKanya Kusano
10:15 - 10:30PEM12-06Update of space weather research and operation activities in NICTMamoru Ishii
Oral Presentation May 27 AM2
10:45 - 11:00PEM12-07Commercial Space Weather Activities From a USA small Business PerspertiveChigomezyo Mudala Ngwira
11:00 - 11:15PEM12-08Development of coronal mass ejection arrival time forecasting system using interplanetary scintillation observationsKazumasa Iwai
11:15 - 11:30PEM12-09Development of real-time prediction system of CME arrival and magnetic field with SUSANOO-CME MHD simulationDaikou Shiota
11:30 - 11:45PEM12-10The Role of a Tiny Brightening in a Huge Geo-effective Solar Eruption Leading to the St Patrick's Day StormYumi Bamba
11:45 - 12:00PEM12-11Critical Parameters of Photospheric Magnetic Field to Produce Eruptive Solar Flares and CMEs in Active RegionsPei Hsuan Lin
12:00 - 12:15PEM12-12Simulation study on internal velocity field variation of eruptive prominenceTakafumi Kaneko
Oral Presentation May 27 PM1
13:45 - 14:00PEM12-13Is intensity of auroral electrojet predictable?Yusuke Ebihara
14:00 - 14:15PEM12-14Geoelectromagnetics with the Geophysical Instrument Combination of Hydro-Québec, AUTUMNX, and USArray MagnetotelluricsMartin G Connors
14:15 - 14:30PEM12-15Quantifying the Latitudinal Extent of the Aurorae During Large Geomagnetic StormsSean Blake
14:30 - 14:45PEM12-16Simulation of Geomagnetically Induced Current (GIC) Flowing in 500 kV Power Grid in Japan Including a Three-Dimensional Ground InhomogeneitySatoko Nakamura
14:45 - 15:00PEM12-17Reproducibility of the geomagnetically induced currents in Hokkaido with a two-layer conductivity modelTakashi Kikuchi
15:00 - 15:15PEM12-18Fan-shaped aurora as seen from Japan during a great magnetic storm on 11 February 1958Ryuho Kataoka
Oral Presentation May 27 PM2
15:30 - 15:45PEM12-19Application Usability Levels: Their evolution and eco-systemAlexa Jean Halford
15:45 - 16:00PEM12-20The Operational Space Weather Forecast at NICT, JapanKosuke Sakai
16:00 - 16:15PEM12-21PROGRESS: An overview of data productsMichael A Balikhin
16:15 - 16:30PEM12-22The Probability of Satellite Anomalies by a Disastrous Solar FlareDaikichi SEKI
16:30 - 16:45PEM12-23Operational Forecasting of Solar Flares using Deep Neural NetworkNaoto Nishizuka
16:45 - 17:00PEM12-24Spring-Autumnal asymmetry in geomagnetic activity and its origin over last 140 yearsHao Luo
Oral Presentation May 28 AM1
09:00 - 09:15PEM12-25Variation of carbon-14 in tree rings around the onset of the Spoerer MinimumHiroko Miyahara
09:15 - 09:30PEM12-26Current Status of WASAVIES: Warning System for Aviation Exposure to Solar Energetic ParticlesTatsuhiko Sato
09:30 - 09:45PEM12-27Statistical analysis of solar energetic particle eventsKosuke Kihara
09:45 - 10:00PEM12-28Long-term variation of galactic cosmic ray intensity observed with the Nagoya multidirectional muon detectorKazuoki Munakata
10:00 - 10:15PEM12-29Solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays during grand minima: A hybrid simulationShoko Miyake
10:15 - 10:30PEM12-30Overview of radio propagation projectKornyanat Hozumi
Oral Presentation May 28 AM2
10:45 - 11:00PEM12-31Dynamic Spectral Characteristics of Equatorial Plasma BubblesTatsuhiro Yokoyama
11:00 - 11:15PEM12-32Recent advances in space weather monitoring using the Super Dual Auroral Radar NetworkEvan G Thomas
11:15 - 11:30PEM12-33A Study of Solar Flare Effects on Radio Wave Propagation using SuperDARN & riometerShibaji Chakraborty
11:30 - 11:45PEM12-34Exploring the use of cell phone GNSS receivers for global monitoring of the ionosphereDawn Kellogg Merriman
11:45 - 12:00PEM12-35Large enhancements of global GPS total electron content during a magnetic storm on 7-8 November 2004Sori Takuya
12:00 - 12:15PEM12-36Large scale traveling ionospheric disturbances origin and propagationIurii Cherniak
Presentation NoTitlePresenterAbstract
Poster Presentation May 28 PM2
PEM12-P01Reconnection signatures in solar magnetograms during the solar storms of 4-10 September 2017Robert Dean Loper
PEM12-P02Statistical Relation between Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections with Respect to Sigmoidal Structures in Active RegionsYusuke Kawabata
PEM12-P03Multi-wavelength Observations of Pre-flare Quasi-periodic Pulsation in the C2.2 Flare on 2012 October 15Yung-Chi Yang
PEM12-P04Investigation of pre-flare type III solar radio bursts and their potential solar originsShao-Fu Hsieh
PEM12-P05Statistical and observational research of solar flare for constructing total emission spectra prediction modelShohei Nishimoto
PEM12-P06Modeling of solar active regions using local linear force-free fields to estimate magnetic twistKento Nakatani
PEM12-P07Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of an Erupting Magnetic Flux Rope on February 13 2009: Journey to Coronal Mass EjectionSatoshi Inoue
PEM12-P08Investigation of flow structures in the solar interior through the surface magnetic elements' trackingYusuke Iida
PEM12-P09High-precision measurement of carbon-14 in tree rings around the onset of the Maunder MinimumHiroko Miyahara
PEM12-P10Examination of 10Be in travertine sediment as a possible tool to reconstruct past solar activityHongyang Xu
PEM12-P11Examination of 10Be in travertine sediment as a possible tool to reconstruct past solar activity IIHongyang Xu
PEM12-P121 year of CR observation at Syowa Station in the Antarctic.Chihiro Kato
PEM12-P13Space weather forecast archives at NICT: handwritten solar activity chartsKaori Sakaguchi
PEM12-P14IMF dependence on solar wind parametersTohru Araki
PEM12-P15Dipole Tilt Effect of Geomagnetic Activity from Low- to High-latitudesNowada Motoharu
PEM12-P16A New Prediction Model for Solar Wind-Triggered Magnetospheric Disturbances Based on Potential Learning (Neural Network)Ryozo Kitajima
PEM12-P17Real-time magnetosphere simulator for space weather using REProduce Plasma Universe codeYasubumi Kubota
PEM12-P18Simulation of GIC flowing through the power transmission network (187 kV-500 kV) in JapanNishida Yuichiro
PEM12-P19Climatological features of the upper atmosphere reproduced by a revised version of a whole atmosphere-ionosphere coupled model GAIAHidekatsu Jin
PEM12-P20Investigation of the thermospheric mass density variations below 200 kmHitoshi Fujiwara
PEM12-P21Low-latitude HF Doppler observations of magnetospheric electric fields during space weather disturbancesKumiko K. Hashimoto
PEM12-P22Stratospheric ionization during magnetic stormsRyuho Kataoka
PEM12-P23Calculating propagation time of HF radio wave using ray-tracing method and simple comparison with the observation.Ryo Nakao
PEM12-P24Why do some probabilistic forecasts lack reliability?Yuki Kubo
PEM12-P25An estimation method of GEO spacecraft surface charging for a real-time spacecraft risk assessmentMasao Nakamura
PEM12-P26A network of HF Doppler sounding systems in JapanKeisuke Hosokawa