Further Reading

Books

Physics of the Space Environment, Tamas I. Gombosi, Cambridge Atmospheric and Space Science Series, 1998.

From the Sun: Auroras, Magnetic Storms, Solar Flares, Cosmic Rays, Steve T. Suess and Bruce Tsurutani, Editors, AGU, Washington D.C., 1998.

The Manic Sun - Weather Theories Confounded by Nigel Calder, Pilkington Press, London, 1997.

Sun, Earth and Sky, by Kenneth R. Lang, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heideberg New York, 1995.

Introduction to Space Physics, edited by M.G. Kivelson and C.T. Russell, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995.

Introduction to the Space Environment, by Thomas F. Tascione, Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar, Florida, second edition,1994.

The Solar-Terrestrial Environment, J.K. Hargreaves, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1992.

Solar-Terrestrial Physics - Principles and Theoretical Foundations, edited by R.L. Carovillano and J.M. Forbes, Vol. 104, Proceedings, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, 1983.

Articles

Scientists Track Solar Event All the Way to Earth, by M. Peredo, N. Fox and B. Thompson, in EOS, Vol.78, October 28, 1997.

Do Effects of Global Atmospheric Electricity on Clouds Cause Climate Changes?, by Brian A. Tinsley, in EOS, Vol. 78, August 19, 1997.

Panel Achieves Consensus Prediction of Solar Cycle 23, by Jo Ann Joselyn, J. B. Anderson, H. Coffey, K. Harvey, D. Hathaway, G. Heckman, E. Hildner, W. Mende, K. Schatten, R. Thompson, A.W.P. Thompson, and O. R. White, in EOS, Vol. 78, May 20, 1997.

Space Weather From a User's Perspective: Geomagnetic Storm Forecasts and the Power Industry, by J. G. Kappenman, L. J. Zanetti, and W. A. Radasky, in EOS, Vol. 78, January 28, 1997.

Probing the Origins of Solar Activity, Sky & Telescope, September 1996.

Space Weather Research Prompts Study of Ionosphere and Upper Atmospheric Electrodynamics, by A. D. Richmond, in EOS, Vol. 77, March 12, 1996.

Space Weather, by Eric J. Lerner in Discover August, 1995.

Stormy Weather in Space, by Dave Dooling in IEEE Spectrum June, 1995.

Storms in Space: A fictionalized account of the 'Big One', by John W. Freeman, Jr. in EOS September 6, 1994.

Satellite anomalies linked to electron increases in the magnetosphere, by Dan Baker, S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, and G. Rostocker, in EOS August 30, 1994.

Study of solar irradiance variation holds key to climate question, by Peter Foukal in EOS August 16, 1994.

Solar wind mechanism suggested for weather and climate change, by Brian A. Tinsley in EOS August 9, 1994.

Developing Service Promises Accurate Space Weather Forecasts in the Future, by G. Siscoe, E. Hildner, T.L. Killeen, L.J. Lanzerotti and W. Lotko in EOS, Transactions, AGU, Vol. 75, No. 31, August 2, 1994.