• Environmental Science
  • Published 2013

Extreme space weather: impacts on engineered systems and infrastructure

@inproceedings{Cannon2013ExtremeSW,
  title={Extreme space weather: impacts on engineered systems and infrastructure},
  author={Paul S. Cannon and Matthew Angling and Les Barclay and Charles Leo Curry and Clive Dyer and Robert M. Edwards and Graham Greene and Mike Hapgood and Richard B Horne and David R. Jackson and C. N. Mitchell and John R. Owen and Andrew Richards and Christopher B. Rogers and Keith A. Ryden and Simon Saunders and Martin Sweeting and Rick J Tanner and Alan W. P. Thomson and Craig Underwood},
  year={2013}
}

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