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Publications

L.A. Barnard, K.G. McCracken, M.J. Owens, and M. Lockwood (2018) What can the annual 10Be solar activity reconstructions tell us about historic space weather? J. Space Weather Space Clim., 8, A23, doi: 10.1051/swsc/2018014

Blake, S. P.; Gallagher, P. T.; Campanyà, J.; Hogg, C.; Beggan, C.D.; Thomson, A.W.P.; Richardson, G.S.; Bell, D. (2018) A detailed model of the Irish High Voltage Power Network for simulating GICs. Space Weather, 16 (11). 1770-1783. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW001926

Beggan, C.; Wild, J.; Gibbs, M. (2018). The ground effects of severe space weather. Astronomy and Geophysics, 59 (4). 4.36-4.39. https://doi.org/10.1093/astrogeo/aty194

Campanyà, J.; Gallagher, P.T.; Blake, S.P.; Gibbs, M.; Jackson, D.; Beggan, C.D.; Richardson, G.S.; Hogg, C. (2018) Modeling geoelectric fields in Ireland and the UK for space weather applications. Space Weather, 16. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW001999

Clilverd, M. A., Rodger, C. J., Brundell, J. B., Dalzell, M., Martin, I., Mac Manus, D. H., et al. ( 2018). Long‐lasting geomagnetically induced currents and harmonic distortion observed in New Zealand during the 7–8 September 2017 disturbed period. Space Weather,  16, 704– 717. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW001822

Divett, T.; Richardson, G.S.; Beggan, C.D.; Rodger, C.J.; Boteler, D.H.; Ingham, M.; Mac Manus, D.H.; Thomson, A.W.P.; Dalzell, M.. (2018) Transformer-level modeling of geomagnetically induced currents in New Zealand's South Island. Space Weather, 16 (6). 718-735. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW001814

Kelly, G S, Viljanen, A, Beggan, C D, Thomson, A W P. (2017). Understanding GIC in the UK and French high-voltage transmission systems during severe magnetic storms, Space Weather, 15, https://doi:10.1002/2016SW001469.

Lockwood, M., Bentley, S. N., Owens, M. J., Barnard, L. A., Scott, C. J., Watt, C. E., et al. ( 2019). The development of a space climatology: 3. Models of the evolution of distributions of space weather variables with timescale. Space Weather, 17, 180– 209. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW002017

Lockwood, M., Bentley, S. N., Owens, M. J., Barnard, L. A., Scott, C. J., Watt, C. E., Allanson, O., & Freeman, M. P. ( 2019). The development of a space climatology: 2. The distribution of power input into the magnetosphere on a 3‐hourly timescale. Space Weather, 17, 157– 179. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW002016

Lockwood, M., Bentley, S. N., Owens, M. J., Barnard, L. A., Scott, C. J., Watt, C. E., & Allanson, O. ( 2019).The development of a space climatology: 1. Solar wind magnetosphere coupling as a function of timescale and the effect of data gaps. Space Weather, 17, 133– 156. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW001856

Lockwood, M., Chambodut, A., Barnard, L.B., Owens, M.J., Clarke, E., Mendel, V. (2018). A homogeneous aa index: 1. Secular variation, J. Space Weather Space Clim. 8 A53 (2018), https://doi.org/10.1051/swsc/2018038


Lockwood, M., Bentley, S., Owens, M.J., Barnard, L.A., Scott, C.J., Watt, C.E. and O. Allanson (2018) The development of a space climatology: 1. Solar‐wind magnetosphere coupling as a function of timescale and the effect of data gaps, Space Weather, 17, 133‐156. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW001856

Lockwood, M., Finch, I.D., Chambodut, A., Barnard, L.A., Owens, M.J. and E. Clarke (2018) A homogeneous aa index: 2. hemispheric asymmetries and the equinoctial variation, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 8, A58, https://doi.org/10.1051/swsc/2018044


Lockwood, M., Owens, M.J., Barnard, L.A., Scott, C.J., Watt, C.E. and S. Bentley (2018) Space Climate and Space Weather over the past 400 years: 2. Proxy indicators of geomagnetic storm and substorm occurrence, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 8, A12, https://doi.org/10.1051/swsc/2017048

Lockwood, M., Owens, M.J., Barnard, L.A., Scott, C.J. and C.E. Watt (2017) Space Climate and Space Weather over the past 400 years: 1. The Power input to the Magnetosphere
J. Space Weather Space Clim., 7, A25, https://doi.org/10.1051/swsc/2017019

Mac Manus, D. H., Rodger, C. J., Dalzell, M., Thomson, A. W. P., Clilverd, M. A., Petersen, T., Wolf, M. M.,Thomson, N. R., and Divett, T. ( 2017), Long‐term geomagnetically induced current observations in New Zealand: Earth return corrections and geomagnetic field driver, Space Weather, 15, 1020– 1038, doi:10.1002/2017SW001635.

Martyn, T.P.; Swan. A.P.; Taylor, T.L.; Turbitt, C.W. (2019) Differential Magnetometer System in Support of Space Weather Impact Modelling. Conrad Observatory Journal 5 - Special Issue IAGA Workshop 2018,  p.18

M. Lockwood, A. Chambodut , I. D. Finch, L. A. Barnard , M. J. Owens and C. Haines (2019) Time-of-day / time-of-year response functions of planetary geomagnetic indices, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 9, A20, doi:10.1051/swsc/2019017

Owens, M. J. ( 2018). Time‐window approaches to space‐weather forecast metrics: A solar wind case study. Space Weather, 16, 1847– 1861. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018SW002059

Pulkkinen, A, Bernabeu, E, Thomson, A, Viljanen, A, Pirjola, R, Boteler, D, Eichner, J, Cilliers, P J, Welling, D, Savani, N P, Weigel, R S, Love, J J, Balch, C, Ngwira, C M, Crowley, G, Schultz, A, Kataoka, R, Anderson, B, Fugate, D, Simpson, J J, MacAlester, M. (2017), Geomagnetically induced currents: Science, engineering and applications readiness, Space Weather, 15, https://doi:10.1002/2016SW001501

Rodger, C. J., Mac Manus, D. H., Dalzell, M., Thomson, A. W. P., Clarke, E., Petersen, T., Divett, T. ( 2017). Long‐term geomagnetically induced current observations from New Zealand: Peak current estimates for extreme geomagnetic storms. Space Weather, 15, 1447– 1460. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017SW001691

Yang, J. ‐Y., Dunlop, M. W., Lühr, H., Xiong, C., Yang, Y.‐Y., Cao, J. ‐B., et al. ( 2018). Statistical correlation analysis of field‐aligned currents measured by Swarm. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics,123, 8170– 8184. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JA025205

International Space Science Institute annual report: http://www.issibern.ch/publications/pdf/ar/ar21.pdf


Malcolm has also been involved in ESA FAC-MICE (Field-Aligned Currents Methodology Inter-Comparison Exercise) activity. Working group set up by ESA under DISC to support the SWARM analysis. Topic was the comparison of outputs from different methods to assess quality parameters and the effect of physical conditions. Set up end of 2017. See http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018cosp...42E3424T