Understanding space weather to shield society: A global road map for 2015-2025 commissioned by COSPAR and ILWS

@article{Schrijver2015UnderstandingSW,
  title={Understanding space weather to shield society: A global road map for 2015-2025 commissioned by COSPAR and ILWS},
  author={Carolus J. Schrijver and Kirsti Kauristie and Alan D. Aylward and Clezio Marcos Denardini and Sarah E. Gibson and A. Glover and Nat Gopalswamy and Manuel Grande and Michael A. Hapgood and Daniel Heynderickx and Norbert Jakowski and Vladimir V. Kalegaev and Giovanni Lapenta and Jon A. Linker and Siqing Liu and Cristina H. Mandrini and Ian R. Mann and Tsutomu Nagatsuma and Dibyendu Nandi and Takahiro Obara and Thomas Paul O'Brien and Terrance George Onsager and Hermann J. Opgenoorth and M. Terkildsen and Cesar Valladares and Nicole Vilmer},
  journal={Advances in Space Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={55},
  pages={2745-2807}
}

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