Optimizing the real‐time ground level enhancement alert system based on neutron monitor measurements: Introducing GLE Alert Plus

@inproceedings{Souvatzoglou2014OptimizingTR,
  title={Optimizing the real‐time ground level enhancement alert system based on neutron monitor measurements: Introducing GLE Alert Plus},
  author={G. Souvatzoglou and Athanasios Papaioannou and Helen A. Mavromichalaki and Jim Dimitroulakos and C. Sarlanis},
  year={2014}
}
Whenever a significant intensity increase is being recorded by at least three neutron monitor stations in real-time mode, a ground level enhancement (GLE) event is marked and an automated alert is issued. Although, the physical concept of the algorithm is solid and has efficiently worked in a number of cases, the availability of real-time data is still an open issue and makes timely GLE alerts quite challenging. In this work we present the optimization of the GLE alert that has been set into… CONTINUE READING

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