Session - Space Climate

Y. Gurfinkel, T. Breus, G. Lapenta

The long-term evolution of solar magnetic fields and solar magnetic activity modifies the solar radiative and particle emissions, thus affecting the properties of the solar wind, the heliospheric magnetic field and the near-Earth environment, including the Earth's atmosphere and climate. This session provides a forum for contributions related to all aspects of space climate, including studies reporting changes in the solar and near-Earth space environment, and their effects on the atmosphere and climate, as well as their effects on human health. During the last thirty years there has been steady progress in our understanding of the influence that space weather has on the state of human health both in Space and at Earth. Space missions in Low Earth Orbits like the International Space Station (ISS) already suffer from space weather effects. Operations outside the space station have to be planned carefully in order to prevent high exposures due to changes in the radiation field caused by Solar Particle Events (SPEs). Human habitation in stress situation associated with weightlessness, combined with additional risks, e.g. increased radiation inside the space station, weakening of the influence of Earth's magnetic field especially in interplanetary expeditions etc.) . At the last two decades there were conducted several extensive studies that revealed dependence of cardiovascular pathologies at the Earth from space weather events. This interdisciplinary field of research requires a wide exchange of expertise in these various topics.

Thursday November 26, 11:00 - 13:00, Permeke

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Thursday November 26, 10:00 - 11:00, Poster area

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Talks : Time schedule

Thursday November 26, 11:00 - 13:00, Permeke
11:00Superflares on Solar type Stars and Their Implications on the Possibility of Superflares on the SunShibata, K et al.Invited Oral
11:20Long time radiation environment variation on ISS orbit and radiation risk estimations.Benghin, V et al.Invited Oral
11:40Space weather, the atmosphere, and human health on Earth and in SpaceCornelissen guillaume, G et al.Invited Oral
12:00Renewing our view to past solar activity: the new sunspot number seriesClette, F et al.Oral
12:11Space climate impact on long-term changes and trends in the ionosphere-upper atmosphere systemLastovicka, J et al.Oral
12:22Zero magnetic field could influence on cardiovascular system Gurfinkel, Y et al.Oral
12:35Aspects of Clinical CosmobiologyStoupel, E et al.Oral
12:48On Non-Universality of Solar-Terrestrial ConnectionsPustilnik, L et al.Oral


Thursday November 26, 10:00 - 11:00, Poster area
1Geoinformation System for Monitoring and Analysis Parameters of Space ClimateVorobev, A et al.Invited p-Poster
2Synchronization of human heart rate variations and geomagnetic field vector in millihertz range in different phases of magnetic stormsZenchenko, T et al.p-Poster
3CIR-XL recurring for several yearsMelinda, D et al.p-Poster
4Effects of space weather conditions on emergency ambulance calls for elevated arterial blood pressureBraziene, A et al.p-Poster
5Elaboration of a universal test on magneto-sensitivityJanashia, K et al.p-Poster
6Short-term space weather effects on emergency ambulance calls for paroxysmal atrial fibrillationVencloviene, J et al.p-Poster
7Study of Polar Cap Potential and Merging Electric Field during High Intensity Long Duration Continuous Auroral ActivityAdhikari, B et al.p-Poster
8The experimental facility for exposure of magnetic field variations in human experimentsSasonko, M et al.e-Poster
8Leukemia and Solar-Geomagnetic ActivityMdzinarishvili, T et al.p-Poster