Geomagnetism Page

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Solar Terrestrial Activity Report

Solen.info – Jan Alvestad – Click the pic to view at source

Magnetometers:

Boulder USGS Magnetometer – 12 Hour

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

Canadian Magnetic Observatories (CANMOS) – 24 Hour

Natural Resources Canada – Click the pic to view at source

GOES Magnetometer (3 Day)

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

Tromsø Geophysical Observatory – Faculty of Science and Technology – University of Tromsø, Norway – Click the pic to view at source

Tromsø Geophysical Observatory – Faculty of Science and Technology – University of Tromsø, Norway – Click the pic to view at source

Geomagnetic Activity Chart – MAGNE KA – Kakioka Geomagnetic Observatory

GFZ – Helmoltz Centre – Potsdam – Click the pic to view at source – Click the pic to view at source

Kp Index – 7 Day

Geophysical Institute – University of Alaska – Fairbanks – Click the pic to view at source

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source – Click the pic to view at source

OVATION Northern Auroral Activity Forecast

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

Geophysical Institute Northern Auroral Activity Forecast

Geophysical Institute – University of Alaska – Fairbanks – Click the pic to view at source

OVATION Southern Auroral Activity Forecast

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

Geophysical Institute Northern Auroral Activity Forecast

Geophysical Institute – University of Alaska – Fairbanks – Click the pic to view at source

POES Smoothed Northern Hemisphere Activity Level

Solen.info – Jan Alvestad – Click the pic to view at source

Satellite Environment

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

To view recent data plots for MEPED Particle Sensors – Click Here

IMPACT Solar Energetic Particle Data

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

GOES Electron Flux – 3 Day

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

Solar Wind

ACE Real-Time Solar Wind

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

IMPACT/PLASTIC Stereo Solar Wind Data

NOAA – Space Weather Prediction Center – Click the pic to view at source

Planetary Magnetic Three Hour Ranges Indices

NICT – National Institute of Information and Communications Technology – Click the pic to view at source

Realtime HiRAS Data (Yesterday’s Solar Radio Observations)

NICT – National Institute of Information and Communications Technology – Click the pic to view at source

NGDC-720 Version 3.0 Bz at 0km – Earth Surface – Earth’s Crustal Magnetic Field

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – National Geophysical Data Center – Click the pic to view at source

Total Intensity of the Northern Hemisphere Dipole Field

Natural Resources Canada – Click the pic to view at source

Total Intensity of the Northern Hemisphere Magnetic Field

Natural Resources Canada – Click the pic to view at source

Northern Hemisphere Magnetic and Geomagnetic Pole Current Location, 110 Year History and 5 Year Projection

Geophysical Institute – University of Alaska – Fairbanks – Click the pic to view at source

Southern Hemisphere Magnetic and Geomagnetic Pole Current Location, 110 Year History and 5 Year Projection

Geophysical Institute – University of Alaska – Fairbanks – Click the pic to view at source

Source Guide

Geophysical Institute – University of Alaska – Fairbanks

Home Page – http://gse.gi.alaska.edu/

Recent Solar Weather Predictions –

FTP Page – http://gse.gi.alaska.edu/recent/archive/

GFZ – Helmoltz Centre – Potsdam

Home Page – http://www-app3.gfz-potsdam.de/kp_index/index.html

Kp Index – http://www-app3.gfz-potsdam.de/kp_index/quicklook.html

Kp Index Background – http://www-app3.gfz-potsdam.de/kp_index/description.html

FTP Page – ftp://ftp.gfz-potsdam.de/

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP)

Home Page – http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/haarp/index.html

Data & Products Page – http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/haarp/data.html

National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

Home Page – http://www.nict.go.jp/index.html

Data & Products Page – http://hirweb.nict.go.jp/

Space Weather Forecast Page – http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/sw_portal/sw_portal-e.html

Solar Wind Simulations – http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/ionos/sun/index.html

Magnetosphere Simulations – http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/realtime/home.html

Geomagnetic Field Data Plots – http://kogma.nict.go.jp/cgi-bin/geomag-interfacel

Magnetosphere Animations Back to 2006 – http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/realtime/movie.html

Ionosphere-Thermosphere Simulation – http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/ion/index.html

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – National Geophysical Data Center

Home Page – http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/

Geomagnetism Page – http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/geomag.shtml

Geomagnetic Poles Location – http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/GeomagneticPoles.shtml

Space Weather Page – http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/stp/spaceweather.html

FTP Page – ftp://ftp.ngdc.noaa.gov/

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – Space Weather Prediction Center

Home Page – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/pmap/index.html

Space Weather Now – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/SWN/index.html

Energetic Particles – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/tiger/

Auroral Activity – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/pmap/index.html

Real-time Monitor Displays – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/

FTP Page – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ftpdir/

Natural Resources Canada

Home Page – http://gsc.nrcan.gc.ca/geomag/index_e.php

Geomagnetic Monitor Stack Plots – http://geomag.nrcan.gc.ca/common_apps/auto_generated_products/stackplot_e.png

Solen.info – Jan Alvestad

Home Page – http://www.solen.info/solar/

Archive of Solar Activity Reports – http://www.solen.info/solar/old_reports/

World Data Center for Geomagnetism, Kyoto

Home Page – http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/

Magnetic Field – http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/wdc/Sec2.html

Geomagnetic Data Service – http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/wdc/Sec3.html

Real Time – http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dst_realtime/presentmonth/index.html

Other Sources

Intermagnet.org – International Real-time Magnetic Observatory Network

Home Page – http://www.intermagnet.org/

Realtime Geomagnetic Plots – http://geomag.usgs.gov/realtime/

Earthquakes Page – http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/

Solar Influences Data Analysis Center (SIDC) – Departement of Solar Physics – Royal Observatory of Belgium

Home Page – http://sidc.oma.be/

Products Page – http://sidc.oma.be/LatestSWData/LatestSWData.php

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) – National Geomagnetism Program

Home Page – http://geomag.usgs.gov/

Products Page – http://www.usgs.gov/pubprod/

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Nigel Brereton

Would it be possible to include a graphical representation of earthquake activity, volume by date rather than intensity to track any correlation with the magnetic field or solar flux?
One source of data: ftp://hazards.cr.usgs.gov/cnss/merge_14.nts
Description: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/research/data/
Past 14 days. Using the publically available software QDDS and QDM, we maintain a catalog of earthquakes that merges the catalogs of the NEIC with those of the US Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS) regional networks. The catalog is preliminary and dynamic. It is continually being updated as event parameters are updated, new events are added, and, occasionally, events are deleted. Although the events contributed by the NEIC are always reviewed by an analyst, some of the regional networks submit computer generated solutions initially, which are later replaced by reviewed solutions. This file is intended to be read by computer programs. Description of format for ASCII file. A more readable format is also available. ftp://hazards.cr.usgs.gov/cnss/cnss_14.fing
BTW, good page addition to the best scientific site.

The above Bz map is for crustal field, and should not be confused with the Earth’s field (100-200 stronger) as here:
http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/data/mag_maps/pdf/F_map_mf_2005.pdf

John Day

Anthony,
Excellent addition to your set of reference pages. But scanning the list I don’t see the magnetometer chains. These are groups of magnetometer sensors, spread out over the globe, that report back their readings to their governing agency (usually at the national government level).
These groups provide the raw data for computing the various indices, such as Ap and Kp. But it’s interesting to watch them during a magnetic storm to get an idea of the strength and locality. (Not all geomagmetic disturbances come from the Sun).
Here’s a bunch that I use for reference:
U.S. Ge0logical service: http://geomag.usgs.gov/realtime/ (These are arranged so that the northern-most (“arctic”) sensors are at the top, but cover a lot of the Northern Hemisphere, from Guam to Alaska to Puerto Rico)
Canadian: http://geomag.nrcan.gc.ca/common_apps/auto_generated_products/stackplot_e.png (My favorite because it’s layed out correponding to the location of the sensor in Canada. You can observe a lot by watching these!)
Japanese: http://kogma.nict.go.jp/cgi-bin/geomag-interface (A little harder to use because you have to select the sensor from a list and look at them one at a time. But this came in handy during the X2.2 flare, which hit on the Asian side. You could clearly see the effect of the flare on magnetic readings)
HAARP: http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/haarp/data.html (HAARP has its own chain of magnetometers, including a very sensitive inductive magnetometer which can pick up ULF pulsations. [Be sure to wear a tin-foil hat when you visit this site, they can read your minds you know!])

Tesla_X

Some of these data-sets have KML plugins for Google Earth and allow for overlay of mag fields, aural data, earthquake and other references.
If they are available, with regular data-set updates, that might help.
Good stuff above…keep it coming!

Dr T G Watkins

Tutorials please!

Nigel Brereton

Anyone notice the increase in >5 mag earthquakes now that the CME has arrived
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/quakes_big.php

Nigel Brereton
Lord Beaverbrook

After having read a local story about a runway at Merrill Field changing its runway designation, I became curious again about magnetic north.It led me to find that there is striking similarities between the 10th and 11th generation of the IGRF. What I didn’t expect was that the last 7 years of calculations from each are identical in overall length and between years. Only that the 11th generation is 80km farther along the drift line than the 10th generation.
Read about it at this shortlink: http://wp.me/pOWA1-bO

Javier de Vicente

Good job!

Paul

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