Space Physics and Aeronomy, Space Weather Effects and Applications

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Examines how solar and terrestrial space phenomena affect sophisticated technological systems

Contemporary society relies on sophisticated technologies to manage electricity distribution, communication networks, transportation safety, and myriad other systems. The successful design and operation of both ground-based and space-based systems must consider solar and terrestrial space phenomena and processes.

Space Weather Effects and Applications describes the effects of space weather on various present-day technologies and explores how improved instrumentation to measure Earth's space environment can be used to more accurately forecast changes and disruptions.

Volume highlights include:

Damage and disruption to orbiting satellite equipment by solar particles and cosmic rays Effects of space radiation on aircraft at high altitudes and latitudes Response of radio and radar-based systems to solar bursts Disturbances to the propagation of radio waves caused by space weather How geomagnetic field changes impact ground-based systems such as pipelines Impacts of human exposure to the space radiation environment The American Geophysical Union promotes discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. Its publications disseminate scientific knowledge and provide resources for researchers, students, and professionals.

Find out more about the Space Physics and Aeronomy collection in this Q&A with the Editors in Chief

Detailed info
  • Age restriction: 0+
  • Size: 670 pp. 218 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781119815587
  • Editors: Anthea J. Coster, Louis J. Lanzerotti, Philip J. Erickson
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: John Wiley & Sons Limited
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