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The Spanish Space Weather Service SeNMEs. A Case Study on the Sun-Earth Chain

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Placios, J. and Cid, C. and Guerrero, A. and Saiz, E. and Cerrato, Y. and Rodríguez Bouza, Marta and Rodríguez Bilbao, I. and Herraiz, M. and Rodríguez Caderot, Gracia (2016) The Spanish Space Weather Service SeNMEs. A Case Study on the Sun-Earth Chain. In Ground-based solar observations in the space instrumentation era. Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Conference Series, 504 . Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, pp. 131-138. ISBN 978-1-58381-892-3

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Abstract

The Spanish Space Weather Service SeNMEs, www.senores.es, is a portal created by the SRG-SW of the Universidad de Alcala, Spain, to meet societal needs of near real-time space weather services. This webpage-portal is divided in different sections to fulfill users needs about space weather effects: radio blackouts, solar energetic particle events, geomagnetic storms and presence of geomagnetically induced currents.
In less than one year of activity, this service has released a daily report concerning the solar current status and interplanetary medium, informing about the chances of a solar perturbation to hit the Earth's environment. There are also two different forecasting tools for geomagnetic storms, and a daily ionospheric map. These tools allow us to nowcast a variety of solar eruptive events and forecast geomagnetic storms and their recovery, including a new local geomagnetic index, LDin, along with some specific new scaling.

In this paper we also include a case study analysed by SeNMEs. Using different high resolution and cadence data from space-borne solar telescopes SDO, SOHO and GOES, along with ionospheric and geomagnetic data, we describe the Sun-Earth feature chain for the event.


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Coimbra Solar Physics Meeting on Ground-based Solar Observations in the Space Instrumentation Era. University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
October 5-9, 2015

Subjects:Sciences > Mathematics > Astronomy
ID Code:38737
Deposited On:01 Sep 2016 10:24
Last Modified:20 Sep 2016 09:55

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