Our researchers have uncovered some fundamental electromagnetic solar-terrestrial relationships during audits of routine climate data collection research.
We believe these fundamental relationships are pertinent to improving aurora forecasts, earthquake prediction and climate links to real time weather.
Centuries ago, people recognized the Sun played an important role in our lives. . .
Our researchers have uncovered some fundamental electromagnetic solar-terrestrial relationships during audits of routine climate data collection research. . .
Our research projects are specifically focused on scientific applications in electrical space weather. . .
It’s been said by some that, “Plate Theory is a 2D description of a 3D world made simple for text books.” . . .
The next generation of climate modeling.
Using Geoid Explorer, Climate Scope and Lightening Data
Using Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) data.
Designed to investigate a proposed link to Earthquakes and El Nino.
To deliver consistently accurate predictions over longer periods of time, it is necessary to apply a more comprehensive and integrated data source. G-MagTeledyn is the next generation of climate modeling. Pending successful demonstration R&D, the inputs provided will greatly assist current models by correctly accounting for geomagnetic influences.