Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure

  • Ioannis A. Daglis
Conference proceedings

Part of the NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry book series (NAII, volume 176)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Ioannis A. Daglis
    Pages 27-42
  3. D. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, S.F. Fung, D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, S. Kanekal
    Pages 43-64
  4. Mikhail I. Panasyuk
    Pages 65-90
  5. P. Brekke, M. Chaloupy, B. Fleck, S. V. Haugan, T. van Overbeek, H. Schweitzer
    Pages 109-122
  6. A. Belov, L. Dorman, N. Iucci, O. Kryakunova, N. Ptitsyna
    Pages 147-163
  7. Alexander Y. Nikiforov, Alexander I. Chumakov
    Pages 165-184
  8. P. S. Cannon, M. J. Angling, J. A. T. Heaton, N. C. Rogers, A. K. Shukla
    Pages 185-201
  9. Dale E. Gary, Louis J. Lanzerotti, Gelu M. Nita, David J. Thomson
    Pages 203-213
  10. Captain J Bryn L Jones
    Pages 215-234
  11. Risto Pirjola, Ari Viljanen, Antti Pulkkinen, Sami Kilpua, Olaf Amm
    Pages 235-256
  12. H. Mavromichalaki, V. Yanke, L. Dorman, N. Iucci, A. Chilingaryan, O. Kryakunova
    Pages 301-317
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 331-334

About these proceedings


The 17 chapters of this book grew out of the tutorial lectures given by leading world-class experts at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop “Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure” - ESPRIT, which was held in Rhodes on March 25-29, 2004. All manuscripts were refereed and subsequently meticulously edited by the editor to ensure the highest quality for this monograph. I owe particular thanks to the lecturers of the ESPRIT Advanced Research Workshop for producing these excellent tutorial reviews, which convey the essential knowledge and the latest advances in our field. Due to the breadth, extensive literature citations and quality of the reviews we expect this publication to serve extremely well as a reference book. Multimedia material referring to individual chapters of the book is accessible on the accompanying CD. The aim of ESPRIT was to assess existing knowledge and identify future actions regarding monitoring, forecasting and mitigation of space weather induced malfunction and damage of vital technological systems operating in space and on the ground.


communication design dynamics environment network physics power transmission radio satellite simulation technology transmission

Editors and affiliations

  • Ioannis A. Daglis
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Space Applications and Remote SensingNational Observatory of AthensGreece

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