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138.     Time-of-day/time-of-year response functions of planetary geomagnetic indices
M. Lockwood, A. Chambodut, I.D. Finch, L.A. Barnard and M.J. Owens, to be submitted to J. Geophys. Res., 2018

137.     The development of a space climatology: 3. The evolution of distributions of space weather parameters with timescale
M. Lockwood, S. Bentley, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard, C.J. Scott, C.E. Watt, O. Allanson and M.P. Freeman, to be submitted to Space Weather, 2018

136.     The development of a space climatology: 2. The distribution of power input into the magnetosphere on a 3-hourly timescale 
M. Lockwood, S. Bentley, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard, C.J. Scott, C.E. Watt, O. Allanson and M.P. Freeman, to be submitted to Space Weather, 2018

Under review

135.     Solar wind and heavy ion properties of interplanetary coronal mass ejections
M.J. Owens, submitted to Solar Physics, 2018

134.     A homogeneous aa index: 2. hemispheric asymmetries and the equinoctial variation
M. Lockwood, L.A. Barnard, M.J. Owens and E. Clarke, submitted to Space Weather and Space Climate, 2018

133.     A homogeneous aa index: 1. Secular variation
M. Lockwood, L.A. Barnard, M.J. Owens and E. Clarke, submitted to Space Weather and Space Climate, 2018

132.     A variational approach to Data Assimilation in the Solar Wind
M. Lang and M. Owens, submitted to Space Weather, 2018

131.     Fine-Scale Structure in Cometary Dust Tails I: Analysis of Striae in Comet C/2006 P1 (McNaught) through Temporal Mapping
O. Price, G.H. Jones, J. Morrill, M. Owens, K. Battams, H. Morgan, M. Druckmuller, S. Deiries, submitted to Icarus, 2018

In press/on-line first

130.     The development of a space climatology: 1. Solar-wind magnetosphere coupling as a function of timescale
M. Lockwood, S. Bentley, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard, C.J. Scott, C.E. Watt and O. Allanson, Space Weather, in press, 2018

129.     The State of the Solar Wind and Magnetosphere During the Maunder Minimum
P. Riley, R. Lionello, J.A. Linker, M.J. Owens, IAU 340 Proceedings, Cambridge University Press, 2018

128.     Long-term variations in the heliosphere
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood, P. Riley, L. Barnard, IAU 340 Proceedings, Cambridge University Press, 2018

127.     The role of empirical space-weather models (in a world of physics-based numerical simulations)
M.J. Owens, P. Riley and T. Horbury, IAU 335 Proceedings, Cambridge University Press, in press, 2018

Published

2018

126.     Ion charge states and potential geoeffectiveness: The role of coronal spectroscopy for space-weather forecasting
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood and L.A. Barnard, Space Weather, 16, doi:10.1029/2018SW001855, 2018

125.     ULF wave activity in the magnetosphere: resolving solar wind interdependencies to identify driving mechanisms
S. Bentley, C.E. Watt, M.J. Owens and I.J. Rae, J. Geophys. Res., 123, doi:
10.1002/2017JA024740, 2018

124.     What can the annual 10Be solar activity reconstructions tell us about historic space weather?
L. Barnard, K.G. McCracken, M.J. Owens and M. Lockwood, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 18, A23, doi: 10.1051/swsc/2018014, 2018

123.     Space Climate and Space Weather over the past 400 years: 2. Geomagnetic Storms and Substorms
M.Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard , C.J. Scott, C.E. Watt and S. Bentley, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 8, A12, doi:
10.1051/swsc/2017048, 2018

2017

122.     The Maunder Minimum and the Little Ice Age: An update from recent reconstructions and climate simulations
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood, E. Hawkins, I. Usoskin, G.S. Jones, L. Barnard, A. Schurer and J. Fasullo, Space Weather and Space Climate,
7, A33, doi:10.1051/swsc/2017034, 2017

121.     Sunward strahl: A method to unambiguously determine open solar flux from in situ spacecraft measurements using suprathermal electron data
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood, P. Riley and J. Linker, J. Geophys. Res., 122, 10,980–10,989, doi:
10.1002/2017JA024631, 2017

120.     Probabilistic solar wind forecasting using large ensembles of near-Sun conditions with a simple “upwind” scheme
M.J. Owens and P. Riley, Space Weather, 15, 1461–1474 doi:10.1002/2017SW001679, 2017

119.     Data Assimilation in the Solar Wind: Challenges and First Results
M. Lang, P. Browne, P.J. van Leeuwen and M.J. Owens, Space Weather,
15, 1490–1510, doi: 10.1002/2017SW001681, 2017

118.     The Open Flux Problem
J. A. Linker, R. M. Caplan, C. Downs, P. Riley, Z. Mikic, R. Lionello, C. J. Henney, C.N. Arge, J. Liu, M. Derosa, A. Yeates and M. J. Owens, Astrophys. J., 848:70 (11pp), 2, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aa8a70, 2017

117.     Space Climate and Space Weather over the past 400 years: 1. The Power Input to the Magnetosphere
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard, C.J. Scott, and C.E. Watt, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 7, A25, doi:
10.1051/swsc/2017019, 2017

116.     Interplanetary magnetic field properties and variability near Mercury’s orbit
M.K. James, S.M. Imber, E.J. Bunce, T.K. Yeoman, M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens and J.A. Slavin, J. Geophys. Res., 122, 7907–7924, doi:10.1002/2017JA024435, 2017

115.     Tracking CMEs using data from the Solar Stormwatch project; observing deflections and other properties
S. Jones, L. Barnard, C. Scott, M.J. Owens and J. Wilkinson, Space Weather, 15, 1125–1140, doi:10.1002/2017SW001640, 2017

114.     Decadal trends in the diurnal variation of galactic cosmic rays observed using neutron monitor data
S.R. Thomas, M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood and C.J. Owen, Ann. Geophys., 35, 825-838, doi:
10.5194/angeo-35-825-2017, 2017

113.     Coronal mass ejections are not coherent magnetohydrodynamic structures
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood and L.Barnard, Nature Sci. Rep., 7:1, 4152, doi:
10.1038/s41598-017-04546-3, 2017

112.     Coronal and heliospheric magnetic flux circulation and its relation to open solar flux evolution
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, S.M. Imber, M.K. James, E.J. Bunce, and T.K. Yeoman, J. Geophys. Res., doi:
10.1002/2016JA023644, 2017

111.     Testing the current paradigm for space weather prediction with heliospheric imagers
L.A. Barnard, C.A. de Koning, C.J. Scott, M.J. Owens, J. Wilkinson and J.A. Davies, Space Weather, doi:
10.1002/2017SW001609, 2017

110.     Probabilistic solar wind and geomagnetic forecasting using an analogue ensemble or “similar day” approach
M.J. Owens, P. Riley and T.S. Horbury, Sol. Phys., 292:69, doi:10.1007/s11207-017-1090-7, 2017

109.     Frost fairs, sunspots and the Little Ice Age
M. Lockwood, M. Owens, E. Hawkins, G. Jones and I. Usoskin, Astron. & Geophys.,
  58 (2): 2.17-2.23, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atx057,  2017

108.     The space environment before the space age
L. Barnard, M. Owens and C. Scott, Astron. & Geophys., 58 (2): 2.12-2.16, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atx056, 2017

107.     Forecasting the Properties of the Solar Wind using Simple Pattern Recognition
P. Riley, M. Ben Nun, M.J. Owens and T.S. Horbury, Space Weather,
doi: 10.1002/2016SW001589, 2017

106.     Assessment of different sunspot number series using the cosmogenic isotope 44Ti in meteorites
E. Asvestari, I.G. Usoskin, G.A. Kovaltsov, M.J. Owens, N.A. Krivova and C. Taricco, MNRAS,
467 (2): 1608-1613, doi:10.1093/mnras/stx190, 2017

105.     Global solar wind variations over the last four centuries
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood and P. Riley, Nature Sci. Reports, 7:41548, doi:10.1038/srep41548, 2017

2016

104.     Magnetic field inversions at 1 AU: Comparisons between mapping predictions and observations
B. Li, I.H. Cairns, M.J. Owens, D. Neudegg, V.V. Lobzin and G. Steward, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 10, 728–10, 743, doi:10.1002/2016JA023023, 2016

103.     Improving solar wind persistence forecasts: Removing transient space weather events and using observations away from the Sun-Earth line
P. Kohutova, F.-X. Bocquet, E. Henley and M.J. Owens, Space Weather, , 14, 802–818, doi:10.1002/2016SW001447, 2016

102.     Near-Earth Heliospheric Magnetic Field Intensity Since 1800. Part 2: Cosmogenic Radionuclide Reconstructions
M.J. Owens, E. Cliver, K.G. McCracken, J. Beer, L. Barnard, M. Lockwood, A. Rouillard, D. Passos, P. Riley, I. Usoskin, Y-M. Wang, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 7, 6064-6074, doi:10.1002/2016JA022550, 2016

101.     Near-Earth Heliospheric Magnetic Field Intensity Since 1800. Part 1: Geomagnetic and Sunspot Reconstructions
M.J. Owens, E. Cliver, K.G. McCracken, J. Beer, L. Barnard, M. Lockwood, A. Rouillard, D. Passos, P. Riley, I. Usoskin, Y-M. Wang, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 7, 6048-6063, doi:10.1002/2016JA022529, 2016

100.     On the origins and timescales of geoeffective IMF
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard, S. Bentley, C.J. Scott and C.E. Watt, Space Weather, 14, 406–432, doi:
10.1002/2016SW001375, 2016

99.    Sunspot number data composites: 1845-present
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L. Barnard and I.G. Usoskin, Astrophys. J., 824, 52, doi:
10.3847/0004-637X/824/1/54, 2016

98.    Remember, remember the 5th of November: Was that thunder I heard or not?
M.J. Owens, Weather, 71(6), 134-137, doi:10.1002/wea.2725, 2016

97.    Tests of sunspot number sequences: 4. Discontinuities around 1945 in various sunspot number and sunspot group number reconstructions
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens and L.A. Barnard, Sol. Phys., 291: 2843. doi:10.1007/s11207-016-0967-1, 2016

96.    Tests of sunspot number sequences: 3. Effects of regression procedures on the calibration of historic sunspot data
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard and I.G. Usoskin, Sol. Phys., p.1-13, doi:
10.1007/s11207-015-0829-2, 2016 ADS

95.    Tests of sunspot number sequences: 2. Using geomagnetic and auroral data
M. Lockwood, C.J. Scott, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard and H. Nevanlinna, , Sol. Phys., 1-18, doi:
10.1007/s11207-016-0913-2, 2016

94.    Tests of sunspot number sequences: 1. Using ionosonde data
M. Lockwood, C.J. Scott, M.J. Owens, L.A. Barnard and H. Nevanlinna, Sol. Phys., p.1-25,
doi: 10.1007/s11207-016-0855-8 , 2016 ADS

93.    Do the legs of magnetic clouds contain twisted flux-rope magnetic fields?
M.J. Owens, Astrophys. J., 818, 197, doi:
10.3847/0004-637X/818/2/197, 2016 ADS

92.    A new calibrated sunspot group series since 1749: Statistics of active day fractions
I.G. Usoskin, G.A. Kovaltsov, M. Lockwood, K. Mursula, M. Owens and S.K. Solanki, Sol. Phys., p.1-24, doi:10.1007/s11207-015-0838-1, 2016 ADS

2015

91.       Lightning as a space-weather hazard: UK thunderstorm activity modulated by the passage of the heliospheric current sheet
M.J. Owens, C.J. Scott, A. Bennett, S.R. Thomas, M. Lockwood, R.G. Harrison and M.M. Lam, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 9624, doi:10.1002/2015GL066802, 2015 ADS

90.       Differences between the CME fronts identified and tracked by an expert, an automated algorithm and the Solar Stormwatch project
L. Barnard, C. Scott, M. Owens, M. Lockwood, S. Crothers, J. Davies and R. Harrison, 13, 10, 709-725, doi:
10.1002/2015SW001280, Space Weather, 2015 ADS

89.       The heliospheric Hale cycle over the last 300 years and its implications for a “lost” late 18th century solar cycle
M.J. Owens, K.G. McCracken, M. Lockwood, L. Barnard, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 5, A30, doi:10.1051/swsc/2015032, 2015 ADS

88.       The Maunder minimum (1645-1715) was indeed a Grand minimum: A reassessment of multiple datasets
I.G. Usoskin, R. Arlt, E. Asvestrari, E. Hawkins, M. Kapyla, G.A. Kovaltsov, N. Krivova, M. Lockwood, K. Mursula, J. O’Reilly, M. Owens, C.J. Scott, D.D. Sokoloff, S.K. Solanki, W. Soon and J.M. Vaquero, Astron. Astrophys., 581, 19, A95, doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201526652, 2015 ADS

87.       Solar Stormwatch: tracking solar eruptions
L. Barnard, C. Scott, M. Owens, M. Lockwood, K. Tucker-Hood, J. Wilkinson, B. Harder and E. Beaton, Astron. Geophys., 56, 4, p20-24, 2015

86.       Inferring the Structure of the Solar Corona and Inner Heliosphere during the Maunder Minimum using Global Thermodynamic MHD Simulations
P. Riley, R. Lionello, J.A. Linker, E. Cliver, A. Balogh, J. Beer, P. Charbonneau, N. Crooker, M. DeRosa, M. Lockwood, M. Owens, K. McCracken, I. Usoskin and S. Koutchmy, Astrophys. J., 802, 105, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/802/2/105, 2015 ADS

85.       Near-Earth cosmic ray decreases associated with remote coronal mass ejections
S.R. Thomas, M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood, L. Barnard and C.J. Scott, Astrophys. J., 801, 5, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/801/1/5, 2015 ADS

84.       Validation of a priori CME arrival predictions made usingreal-time heliospheric imager observations
K. Tucker-Hood, C. Scott, M. Owens, D. Jackson, L. Barnard, J.A. Davies, S. Crothers, R. Simpson, N.P. Savani, J. Wilkinson, B. Harder, G.M. Eriksson, E.M.L. Baeten, L. Lau Wan Wah, Space Weather, 13, 35–48, doi:10.1002/2014SW001106, 2015 ADS

83.       Statistical analysis of magnetic cloud erosion by magnetic reconnection
A. Ruffenach, B. Lavraud, C. J. Farrugia, P. Démoulin, S. Dasso, M. J. Owens, J.-A. Sauvaud, A. P. Rouillard, A. Lynnyk, C. Foullon, N. P. Savani, and J. G. Luhmann, J. Geophys. Res., 120, 43–60, doi:10.1002/2014JA020628, 2015 ADS

2014

82.       The Solar Stormwatch CME catalogue: Results from the first space weather citizen science project
L. Barnard, C. Scott, M. Owens, M. Lockwood, K. Tucker-Hood, S. Thomas, S. Crothers, J. Davies, R. Harrison, C. Lintott, A. Smith, R. Simpson, N. Waterson, J. O’Donnell, S. Bamford, F. Romeo, M. Kukula, N. Savani, J. Wilkinson, E. Baeten, L. Poeffel and B. Harder, Space Weather, 12, 657–674, doi:10.1002/2014SW001119, 2014 ADS

81.       Galactic cosmic rays in the heliosphere
S.R. Thomas, M.J. Owens and M. Lockwood, Astron. & Geophys, 55 (5), 5.23-5.25, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atu214, 2014

80.       Modulation of UK lightning by heliospheric magnetic field polarity
M.J. Owens, C.J. Scott, M. Lockwood, L. Barnard, R.G. Harrison, K. Nicoll, C. Watt and A.J. Bennett, Env. Phys. Lett., 9, 115009, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/11/115009, 2014 ADS

79.       The science case for an orbital mission to Uranus: Exploring the origins and evolution of ice giant planets
C.S. Arridge et al. (including M.J. Owens), Planet. Space Sci., 104, 122-140, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2014.08.009, 2014 ADS

78.       Centennial variations in sunspot number, open solar flux and streamer belt width: 3. Modelling
M. Lockwood and M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 119, doi:10.1002/2014JA019973, 2014 ADS

77.       Centennial variations in sunspot number, open solar flux and streamer belt width: 2. Comparison with geomagnetic data
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L. Barnard, J. Geophys. Res., 119,
doi:10.1002/2014JA019972 , 2014 ADS

76.       Centennial variations in sunspot number, open solar flux and streamer belt width: 1. Correction of the sunspot number record since 1874
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L. Barnard, J. Geophys. Res., 119, doi:10.1002/2014JA019970, 2014 ADS

75.       Comparison of interplanetary signatures of streamers and pseudostreamers
N.U. Crooker, R.L. McPherron and M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 119, 4157–4163, doi:10.1002/2014JA020079, 2014 ADS

74.       Ensemble downscaling in coupled solar-wind magnetosphere modelling for space-weather forecasting
M.J. Owens, T.S. Horbury, R.T. Wicks, S.L. McGregor, N.P. Savani and M. Xiong, Space Weather Journal, 12, 395-405, doi:10.1002/2014SW001064, 2014 ADS

73.       Solar wind modulation of UK lightning
C.J. Scott, R.G. Harrison, M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood and L. Barnard, Env. Phys. Lett., 9, 055004, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/5/055004, 2014 ADS

72.       Galactic cosmic ray modulation near the heliospheric current sheet
S.R. Thomas, M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood and C.J. Davis Sol. Phys., doi:10.1007/s11207-014-0493-y, 2014 ADS

71.       Reconstruction of Geomagnetic Activity and Near-Earth Interplanetary Conditions over the Past 167 Years: 4. Near-Earth Solar Wind Speed, IMF, and Open Solar Flux
M. Lockwood, H. Nevanlinna, L. Barnard, M.J. Owens, R.G. Harrison, A.P Rouillard, and C.J. Scott, Ann. Geophys., 32, 383–399, doi:10.5194/angeo-32-383-2014, 2014 ADS

70.       Reconstruction of Geomagnetic Activity and Near-Earth Interplanetary Conditions over the Past 167 Years: 3. Improved representation of solar cycle 11
M. Lockwood, H. Nevanlinna, M. Vokhmyanin, D. Ponyavin, S. Sokolov, L. Barnard, M.J. Owens, R.G. Harrison, A.P. Rouillard, and C.J. Scott, Ann. Geophys., 32, 367–381, doi:10.5194/angeo-32-367-2014, 2014 ADS

69.       Solar cycle evolution of the dipolar and pseudostreamer belts and their relation to the slow solar wind
M.J. Owens, N.U. Crooker and M. Lockwood, J. Geophys. Res., 119,
36-46, doi:10.1002/2013JA019412, 2014 ADS

68.       Implications of the recent low solar minimum for the solar wind during the Maunder minimum
M. Lockwood and M.J. Owens, Astrophys. J. Lett., 781,
doi:10.1088/2041-8205/781/1/L7,  2014 ADS

67.       The 22-year Hale cycle in cosmic ray intensity: Evidence for direct heliospheric modulation
S.R. Thomas, M.J. Owens and M. Lockwood, Sol. Phys., 289, 1, 407-421,doi:
10.1007/s11207-013-0341-5, 2014 ADS

2013

66.       The heliospheric magnetic field
M.J. Owens and R.J. Forsyth, Living Reviews in Solar Physics, 10, 5, doi: 10.12942/lrsp-2013-5, 2013 ADS

65.       Reconstruction of geomagnetic activity and near-Earth interplanetary conditions over the past 167 years: 2. A new reconstruction of the interplanetary magnetic field
M. Lockwood, L. Barnard, H. Nevanlinna, M.J. Owens, R.G. Harrison, A.P. Rouillard and C.J. Davis, Ann. Geophys., 31, 1979-1992, doi:10.5194/angeo-31-1979-2013, 2013 ADS

64.       Reconstruction of geomagnetic activity and near-Earth interplanetary conditions over the past 167 years: 1. A new geomagnetic data composite
M. Lockwood, L. Barnard, H. Nevanlinna, M.J. Owens, R.G. Harrison, A.P. Rouillard and C.J. Davis, Ann. Geophys., 31, 1957-1977, doi:10.5194/angeo-31-1957-2013, 2013 ADS

63.       Using coordinated observations in polarized white light and Faraday rotation to probe the spatial position and magnetic field of an interplanetary sheath
M. Xiong, J.A. Davies, X. Feng and M.J. Owens, R.A. Harrison, C.J. Davis and Y.D. Liu, Astrophys. J., 777, 32, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/777/1/322013 ADS

62.       Solar origin of heliospheric magnetic field inversions: Evidence for coronal loop opening within pseudostreamers
M.J. Owens, N.U. Crooker and M. Lockwood, J. Geophys. Res., 118, 1868–1879, doi:10.1002/jgra.50259, 2013 ADS

61.       A 27-day persistence model of near-Earth solar wind conditions: A long lead-time forecast tool and a benchmark for dynamical models
M.J. Owens, R. Challen, J. Methven, E. Henley and D. Jackson, Space Weather Journal, 11, 225–236, doi:10.1002/swe.20040, 2013  ADS

60.       Comment on "What causes the flux excess in the heliospheric magnetic field?" by E.J. Smith
M. Lockwood and M.J. Owens J. Geophys. Res., 118,  doi: 10.1002/jgra.50223, 2013 ADS

59.       Tracking the momentum flux of a CME and quantifying its influence on geomagnetically induced currents at Earth
N.P. Savani, A. Vourlidas, A. Pulkkinen, T. Nieves-Chinchilla, B. Lavraud and M.J. Owens, Space Weather Journal, 11, 245–261, doi:10.1002/swe.20038, 2013 ADS

58.       Effects of Thomson-scattering geometry on white-light imaging of an interplanetary shock:  Synthetic observations from forward magnetohydrodynamic modelling
M. Xiong, J. A. Davies, M. M. Bisi, M. J. Owens, R. A. Fallows, G. D. Dorrian, Sol. Phys., doi:
10.1007/s11207-012-0047-0, 2013 ADS

2012

57.       Heliospheric modulation of galactic cosmic rays during grand solar minima: Past and future variations
M.J. Owens, I. Usoskin, M. Lockwood, Geophys. Res. Lett, 39, L19102, doi:10.1029/2012GL053151, 2012 ADS

56.       Multi-spacecraft observation of magnetic cloud erosion by magnetic reconnection during propagation
A. Ruffenach, B. Lavraud, M.J. Owens, J.-A. Sauvaud, N. Savani, A.P. Rouillard, P. Demoulin, A. Opitz, A. Fedorov, J. Jacquey, V. Genot, J.G. Luhmann, C.T. Russell, C.J. Farrugia, A.B. Galvin and V. Angelopolous, J. Geophys. Res.,  117, A09101, doi:
10.1029/2012JA017624, 2012 ADS

55.       Solar cycle 24: What’s the Sun up to?
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L. Barnard, C. Davis and S. Thomas, Astron. & Geophys., 53 (3), 3.09-3.15, doi: 10.1111/j.1468-4004.2012.53309.x, 2012 ADS

54.       Observational Tracking of the 2D Structure of Coronal Mass Ejections between the Sun and 1 AU
N. Savani, J.A. Davies, C.J. Davis, D. Shiota, A.P. Rouillard, M.J. Owens, K. Kusano, V. Bothmer, S.P. Bamford, C.J. Lintott and A. Smith, Sol. Phys., 1-19 , doi:10.1007/s11207-012-0041-6,  2012 ADS

53.       Cyclic loss of open solar flux since 1868: The link to heliospheric current sheet tilt and implications for the Maunder minimum
M.J. Owens and M. Lockwood, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A04102, doi: 10.1029/2011JA017193, 2012 ADS

52.       Implications of non-cylindrical flux ropes for magnetic cloud reconstruction techniques and interpretation of double flux-rope events
M.J. Owens, N.P. Savani, B. Lavraud and A. Ruffenach, Sol. Phys., 278, 2,  435-446, doi:10.1007/s11207-012-9939-2, 2012 ADS

51.       Predicting the arrival of high-speed solar wind streams at Earth using the STEREO Heliographic Imagers
C.J. Davis, J.A. Davies, M.J. Owens and M. Lockwood, Space Weather Journal, 10, S02003, doi:10.1029/2011SW000737, 2012 ADS

2011

50.       The Persistence of Solar Activity Indicators and the Descent of the Sun into Maunder Minimum Conditions
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, L. Barnard, C. Davis and F. Steinhilber, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L225105, doi:10.1029/2011GL04981, 2011 ADS

49.       Solar cycle 24: Implications for energetic particles and long-term space climate change
M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood, L. Barnard and C.J. Davis, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L19106, doi:10.1029/2011GL049328, 2011 ADS

48.    Predicting space climate change
L. Barnard, M. Lockwood, M.A. Hapgood, M.J. Owens, C.J. Davis and F. Steinhilber, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38,  L16103, doi:10.1029/2011GL048489, 2011 ADS

47.       The solar influence on the probability of relatively cold UK winters in the future
M. Lockwood, R.G. Harrison, M.J. Owens, L. Barnard, T. Woollings and F. Steinhilber, Env. Res. Lett., 6, pp 034004, doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/6/3/034004, 2011 ADS

46.       Interchange reconnection: Remote sensing of solar signature and role in heliospheric magnetic flux budget
N.U. Crooker and M.J. Owens, Space Sci. Rev., doi:
10.1007/s11214-011-9748-1, 2011 ADS

45.       How is open solar magnetic flux lost over the solar cycle?
M.J. Owens, N.U. Crooker and M. Lockwood,  J. Geophys. Res., 116, A04111, doi:10.1029/2010JA016039, 2011 ADS

44.       Centennial changes in the heliospheric field and open solar flux: the consensus view from geomagnetic data and cosmogenic isotopes and its implications
M. Lockwood and M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 116, A04109, doi:10.1029/2010JA016220, 2011 ADS

43.       In Situ Signatures of Interchange Reconnection between Magnetic Clouds and Open Magnetic Fields: A Mechanism for the Erosion of Polar Coronal Holes?
B. Lavraud, M.J. Owens and A.P. Rouillard, Sol. Phys., 270, 285-296, doi:
10.1007/s11207-011-9717-6,  2011 ADS

42.       Evolution of coronal mass ejection morphology with increasing heliocentric distance. II. In situ observations
N.P. Savani, M.J. Owens, A.P. Rouillard, R.J. Forsyth, K. Kusano, D. Shiota and R. Kataoka, Astrophys. J., 732, 117, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/32/2/117, 2011 ADS

41.       Evolution of coronal mass ejection morphology with increasing heliocentric distance. I. Geometric analysis
N.P. Savani, M.J. Owens, A.P. Rouillard, R.J. Forsyth, K. Kusano, D. Shiota and R. Kataoka, Astrophys. J., 731, 109, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/731/2/109, 2011 ADS

40.       The distribution of solar wind speeds during solar minimum: Calibration for numerical solar wind modeling constraints on the source of the slow solar wind
S.L. McGregor, W.J. Hughes, C.N. Arge, M.J. Owens and D.Odstrcil, J. Geophys. Res, A03101, doi:10.1029/2010JA015881, 2011 ADS

39.       Forward modelling to determine the observational signatures of white-light imaging and interplanetary scintillation for the propagation of an interplanetary shock in the ecliptic plane
M. Xiong,, A. R. Breen, M. M. Bisi, M. J. Owens,  R. A. Fallows, G.D. Dorrian, J. A. Davies, P. Thomasson, JASTP, 73, 1270-1280, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2010.09.007, 2011 ADS

38.       Magnetic discontinuities in the near-Earth solar wind: Evidence of in-transit turbulence or remnants of coronal structure?
M.J. Owens, R. Wicks and T.S. Horbury, Sol. Phys., 269, 411-420, doi:10.1007/s11207-010-9695-0, 2011, ADS

2010

37.       Suprathermal Electron Flux Peaks at Stream Interfaces:  Signature of Solar Wind Dynamics or Tracer for Open Magnetic Flux Transport on the Sun?
N. U. Crooker, E. M. Appleton, N. A. Schwadron and M.J. Owens,
J. Geophys. Res, 115, A11101, doi:10.1029/2010JA015496, 2010 ADS

36.       Numerical Simulation of the May 12, 1997 CME Event - the Role of Magnetic Reconnection
O. Cohen,
G. Attrill, N. Schwadron, N. Crooker, M. Owens, D. Cooper and T. Gombosi, J. Geophys. Res, 115, A10104, doi:10.1029/2010JA015464, 2010 ADS

35.       From the Sun to the Earth: the 13 May 2005 Coronal Mass Ejection
M.M. Bisi,
 A.R. Breen, B.V. Jackson, R.A. Fallows, A.P. Walsh, Z. Mikic, P. Riley, C.J. Owen, A. Gonzalez-Esparza, E. Aguilar-Rodriguez, H. Morgan, E.A. Jensen, A.G. Wood, M.J. Owens, M. Tokumaru, P.K. Manoharan, I.V. Chashei, A.S. Giunta, J.A. Linker, V.I. Shishov, S.A. Tyulbashev, G. Agalya, S.K. Glubokova,  M.S. Hamilton, K. Fujiki, P.P. Hick, J.M. Clover and B. Pinter, Sol Phys., 265, 49-127,  doi:10.1007/s11207-010-9602-8, 2010 ADS

34.       Impact of coronal mass ejections, interchange reconnection, and disconnection on heliospheric magnetic field strength
N.U. Crooker and M.J. Owens,
SOHO-23: Understanding a Peculiar Solar Minimum, ASP Conference Series, edited by S. Cranmer, T. Hoeksema, and J. Kohl, in press, San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific, p.279, 2010 ADS

33.       Galactic cosmic ray hazard in the unusual extended solar minimum between solar cycle 23 and 24
N.A. Schwadron, A. Boyd, M. Golightly, K. Kozarev, H. Spence, L. Townsend and M.J. Owens,
Space Weather, 8, S00E04, doi:10.1029/2010SW000567, 2010 ADS

32.       Observational evidence of a CME distortion directly attributable to a structured solar wind
N. Savani, M.J. Owens, A.P. Rouillard, R. Forsyth and J.A. Davis,
Astrophys. J. Lett., 714, 128-132, doi:10.1088/2041-8205/714/1/L128, 2010 ADS

31.       Probing the large-scale topology of the heliospheric magnetic field using Jovian electrons
M.J. Owens, T.S. Horbury and C.N. Arge, Astrophys. J., 714,
1617–1623, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/714/2/1617, 2010 ADS

30.       Cone model-based SEP event scheme for applications to multipoint observations
J.G. Luhmann, S.A. Ledvina, D. Odstrcil, M.J. Owens, X.-P. Zhao, Y. Liu and P.Riley, J. Adv. Space. Res, 46, 1-21, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2010.03.011, 2010 ADS

2009

29.       The variation of solar wind correlation lengths over three solar cycles
R. Wicks, M.J. Owens, T.S. Horbury, Sol. Phys., 262,
191 – 198, doi: 10.1007/s11207-010-9509-4, 2009 ADS

28.       The radial width of a Coronal Mass Ejection between 0.1 and 0.4AU estimated from the Heliospheric Imager on STEREO
N. Savani, A.P. Rouillard, R.J. Forsyth, M.J. Owens and J.A. Davies, Ann. Geophys., 27, 4349–4358, 2009 ADS

27.       The expected imprint of flux rope geometry on suprathermal electrons in magnetic clouds
M.J. Owens, N.U. Crooker, T.S. Horbury, Ann. Geophys., 27, 4057-4067, 2009 ADS

26.       The formation of large-scale current sheets within magnetic clouds
M.J. Owens, Sol. Phys., 141, doi:10.1007/s11207-009-9442-6, 2009 ADS

25.       Excess open solar magnetic flux from satellite data: I. Analysis of the 3rd perihelion Ulysses pass
M. Lockwood, M.J Owens, and A.P. Rouillard, J. Geophys. Res, 114, A11103, doi:10.1029/2009JA014449, 2009 ADS

24.       Excess open solar magnetic flux from satellite data: II. A survey of kinematic effects
M. Lockwood, M.J. Owens, and A.P. Rouillard, J. Geophys. Res, 114, A11104, doi:10.1029/2009JA014450, 2009 ADS

23.       The accuracy of using the Ulysses result of the spatial invariance of the radial heliospheric field to compute the open solar flux
M. Lockwood and M.J. Owens, Astrophys. J., 701, 964-973, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/701/2/964, 2009 ADS

22.       Space Physics Concepts for Graduate Students: An Activities Based Approach
N. A. Gross, N. Arge, R. Bruntz, A. G. Burns, W. J. Hughes, D. Knipp, J. Lyon, S. McGregor, M.J Owens, G. Siscoe, S. C. Solomon, M. Wiltberger, EOS, 90, 13-14, 2009, doi:10.1029/2009EO020001, 2009 ADS

2008

21.       Combining remote and in situ observations of coronal mass ejections to better constrain magnetic cloud reconstruction
M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A12102, doi:10.1029/2008JA013589, 2008 ADS

20.       Estimating total heliospheric magnetic flux from single-point in situ measurements
M.J. Owens, C.N.Arge, N.U. Crooker, N.A. Schwadron and T.S. Horbury, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A12103, doi:10.1029/2008JA013677, 2008 ADS

19.       Conservation of open solar magnetic flux and the floor in the heliospheric magnetic field
M.J. Owens, N.U. Crooker, N.A. Schwadron, T.S. Horbury, S. Yashiro, H. Xie, O.C. St Cyr and N, Gopalswamy, Geophys. Res. Lett., L20108, doi:10.1029/2008GL035813, 2008 ADS

18.       Suprathermal electron evolution in a Parker spiral magnetic field
M.J. Owens, N.U. Crooker and N.A. Schwadron, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A11104, doi:10.1029/2008JA013294, 2008 ADS

17.       The ambient solar wind's effect on ICME transit times
A.W. Case, H.E. Spence,
M.J. Owens, P. Riley and D. Odstrcil, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L15105, doi:10.1029/2008GL034493, 2008 ADS

16.       Metrics for solar wind prediction models: Comparison of empirical, hybrid and physics-based schemes with 8-years of L1 observations
M.J. Owens, H.E. Spence, S. McGregor, W.J. Hughes, J.M. Quinn, C.N. Arge, P. Riley, J. Linker and D. Odstrcil, Space Weather Journal, 6, S08001, doi:10.1029/2007SW000380, 2008 ADS

15.       Analysis of the Magnetic Field Discontinuity at the PFSS and Schatten Current Sheet Interface in the WSA Model
S. McGregor, W.J. Hughes, C. Arge and
M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A08112, doi:10.1029/2007JA012330, 2008 ADS

14.       The Heliospheric Magnetic Field Over the Hale Cycle
N. Schwadron,
M.J. Owens, and N. Crooker, Astrophysics and Space Sciences Transactions, 4 (1), 19-26, 2008 ADS

2007

13.       Predicting magnetospheric dynamics with a coupled Sun-to-Earth model: challenges and first results
V. Merkin,
M.J. Owens, H. Spence, W.J. Hughes and J. Quinn, Space Weather Journal, 5, S12001, doi:10.1029/2007SW000335, 2007 ADS

12.       Reconciling the electron counterstreaming and dropout occurrence rates with the heliospheric flux budget
M.J. Owens and N.U. Crooker, J. Geophys. Res., 112, A06106, doi:10.1029/2006JA012159, 2007 ADS

11.       Role of coronal mass ejections in the heliospheric Hale cycle
M.J. Owens, N.A. Schwadron, N.U. Crooker, H.E. Spence and W.J. Hughes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L06104, doi:10.1029/2006GL028795, 2007 ADS

2006

10.       Magnetic cloud distortion resulting from propagation through a structured solar wind: Models and observations
M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A12109, doi:10.1029/2006JA011903, 2006 ADS

9.           Coronal mass ejections and magnetic flux buildup in the heliosphere
M.J. Owens and N.U. Crooker, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A10104, doi:10.1029/2006JA011641, 2006 ADS

8.           A kinetically-distorted flux-rope model for magnetic clouds
M.J. Owens, V.G. Merkin and P. Riley, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A03104, doi:10.1029/2005JA011460, 2006 ADS

2005

7.           An event-based approach to validating solar wind speed predictions: High speed enhancements in the Wang-Sheeley-Arge model
M.J. Owens, C.N. Arge, H.E. Spence and A. Pembroke, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A12105, doi:10.1029/2005JA011343, 2005 ADS

6.           Characteristic magnetic field and speed properties of interplanetary coronal mass ejections and their sheath regions
M.J. Owens, P.J. Cargill, C. Pagel, G.L. Siscoe and N.U. Crooker, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A01105, doi:10.1029/2004JA010814, 2005 ADS

5.           Understanding electron heat flux signatures in the solar wind
C. Pagel, N.U. Crooker, D.E. Larson, S.W. Kahler and
M.J. Owens, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A01103, doi:10.1029/2004JA010767, 2005 ADS

2004

4.           Non-radial solar wind flows induced by the motion of interplanetary coronal mass ejections
M.J. Owens and P. Cargill, Ann. Geophys., 22, 4397-4406, doi: 10.5194/angeo-22-4397-2004, 2004 ADS

3.           On the evolution of the solar wind between 1 and 5AU at the time of the Cassini-Jupiter flyby: multi spacecraft observations of ICMEs including the formation of a Merged Interaction Region
P.G. Hanlon, M.K. Dougherty, R.J. Forsyth,
M.J. Owens, K.C. Hansen, G. Tóth, F.J. Crary and D.T. Young, J. Geophys. Res., 109, A09S03, doi:10.1029/2003JA010112, 2004 ADS

2.           Predictions of the arrival time of Coronal Mass Ejections at 1 AU: an analysis of the causes of errors
M.J. Owens and P. Cargill, Ann. Geophys., 22 (2), 661-671, 2004 ADS

2002

1.           Correlation of magnetic field intensities and solar wind speeds of events observed by ACE
M.J. Owens and P.J. Cargill, J. Geophys. Res., 107 (A5), 1050, doi:10.1029/2001JA000238, 2002 ADS

 

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