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URL List of Interest to the CEDAR Community

--Updated 01 November 2013 by Barbara Emery

  1. Instruments/Models in the CEDAR DB
  2. Other Ground-based Instruments or Databases
  3. Satellite data/programs
  4. Indices and Models
  5. Campaigns
  6. Forecasts
  7. Laboratories
  8. Programmatics
  9. Tutorials
  10. Other Data Formats

Instruments/Models in the CEDAR Database:



Other Ground-based Instruments or Databases:

  • 12/06 DIAS (European Digital Upper Atmosphere Server) for 9 European ionosondes and models:

Satellite data/programs:

  • 11/13 C/NOFS CINDI (Coupled Ion-Neutral Dynamics Investigation) Ni, Ti and Vi data from IVM (Ion Velocity Meter) at http://cindispace.utdallas.edu/ from Robin Coley (coley at utdallas.edu).
  • 11/13 Data on CDAWeb at http://cdaweb.gsfc.nasa.gov from C/NOFS, the Air Force's Communications/Navigation Outage Forecasting System (C/NOFS) satellite with orbital inclination of 13° and a perigee of 400 km and an apogee of 850 km.
    • CINDI (Coupled Ion-Neutral Dynamics Investigation) Ni, Ti and Vi data from IVM (Ion Velocity Meter) from PI Rod Heelis, UTD.
    • VEFI (Vector Electric Field Investigation) with PI Rob Pfaff, GSFC, has 6 electric field booms, a 3-axis magnetometer, and a Lightning Detector (LD, PI Robert Holzworth, U WA), with data for the 3 components of E and B plus the LD data.
    • PLP (Planar Langmuir Probe) Ne and Te (Te analysis under revision in 2013) from PI Don Hunton, AFRL.
  • 10/04 IMAGE-FUV Substorm Onsets between 19 May 2000 and 31 Dec 2002:
    • This is an electronic supplement to the paper Frey, H.U., S.B. Mende, V. Angelopoulos, E.F. Donovan, Substorm onset observations by IMAGE-FUV, J. Geophys. Res., 109, A10304, 10.1029/2004JA010607, 2004.
    • Can be accessed via FTP or requested from Harald Frey.
  • 01/09: South West Research Institute (SwRI) archives including TSS, UARS, DMSP, POES, DE, IMP-8 satellite data at http://vseo.space.swri.edu
  • 12/10: http://ampere.jhuapl.edu Active Magnetosphere and Planetary Electrodynamics Response Experiment (AMPERE), <brian.anderson at jhuapl.edu>

Indices and Models:

  • Dst from 1957 to near real time
  • AE indices including quick-look estimates of near real time
  • Dst and AL/AU real-time predictions from ACE Solar wind parameters: (Dimitris Vassiliadis. Updated 08/01)
    • Predictions are based on time series models of the indices [Klimas et al., JGR 1997; Vassiliadis et al., JGR 1995; GRL 1996] driven by solar wind parameters and in one case the polar cap geomagnetic index provided by the Danish Meteorological Institute. The predictions were started in September 1999 during the SCOSTEP/S-RAMP Space Weather campaign.
  • ACE L1 data: (Andrew Davis)
    • 09/07: Includes 1-sec, 16-sec, 4-min, and 1-hr data from MAG with range-delay effects etc.
    • ACE propellant enough to maintain an orbit at L1 until ~2022.
  • DMSP/SSJ4: The DMSP electron precipitation data is no longer available at the Air Force Research Lab web or ftp sites. Instead, the index data can be obtained from the CEDAR Database.
  • GEOPACK-2008 a Fortran package of 20 subroutines for magnetospheric modeling from Nikolai Tsyganenko (nikolai.tsyganenko at gmail.com) (02/08)

Campaigns

  • IACG 1st campaign (Oct 1, 1996 - Feb 28, 1997) (Inter-Agency Consultive Group = ESA+RSA+ISAS+NASA = European Space Agency, Russian Space Agency, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science of Japan) for POLAR, SOHO, INTERBALL-AURORAL spacecraft (+ GEOTAIL, WIND, IMP-8, and INTERBALL-TAIL) (James Green)

Forecasts:

  • TEC/foF2/M(3000)F2 maps over Europe from neural networks:
    • STIF (updated 11/00)
  • Dst and AL/AU real-time predictions from ACE Solar wind parameters:
    • (Dimitris Vassiliadis.
    • Updated 08/01)
    • Predictions are based on time series models of the indices [Klimas et al., JGR 1997; Vassiliadis et al., JGR 1995; GRL 1996] driven by solar wind parameters and in one case the polar cap geomagnetic index provided by the Danish Meteorological Institute. The predictions were started in September 1999 during the SCOSTEP/S-RAMP Space Weather campaign.
  • 2001 Magnetic Field Model of inner and near magnetosphere (Xgsm > -15 Re)
    • (Nikolai Tsyganenko)
    • Updated 08/01)
    • Inputs: Dst-index (SYM) and the solar wind conditions (speed, proton density, and IMF components) at the time of observation and also during the preceding 1-hour interval.
    • Output is the predicted magnetospheric B-field vector in GSM coordinates. Shows partial ring current during storms.
    • References: preprints in pdf-format are available from the anonymous ftp-site at: www-istp.gsfc.nasa.gov, /pub/kolya/T01.

Laboratories:

  • Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory (UARC), renamed Space Physics and Aeronomy Research Collaboratory (SPARC)

Programmatics:

  • International Space Weather Initiative (ISWI) from 2010 to 2012, is a follow-on to the International Heliophysical Year (IHY), http://www.stil.bas.bg/ISWI

Tutorials:


Other Data Formats