[STSP] Assistance with a Space Weather talk
phil at ips.gov.au
Tue Jun 17 15:47:25 EST 2008
I will be making a presentation at the 2008 Australian Space
Science Conference (http://www.nssa.com.au/ocs/index.php?cf=10)
on "the current state of Australian research on space weather
science and services". To help me produce a reasonably balanced
overview (rather than a highly IPS-biased review) I would
appreciate a little information from all of you on your space
weather activities. A recent review ppt file, or a few
key points and a summary slide are all I should need. Web
references would probably be especially helpful in this respect.
Incidentally, a while back I agreed to produce a summary of
Australian Space Weather, for Lou Lanzerotti, that will appear in the
AGU Space Weather journal - so your input for my talk will
help keep that short article on track as well.
By the way: how do you define space weather? Working at the
service end of the field, I have a service-oriented definition
in mind, but I'm very flexible. If you have strong feelings
about the definition, I would like to hear them.
I look forward to receiving your input,
Dr Phil Wilkinson,
A/Assistant Director IPS (ADR)
IPS Radio and Space Services
Bureau of Meteorology, IPS Radio and Space Services (ABN ?)
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