Solar Physics Division Meeting 2000, June 19-22
Session 9. Living with a Star 3: Space Weather Aspects
Oral, Chair: D. H. Hathaway, Tuesday, June 20, 2000, 1:30-3:00, 3:30-4:00pm, Forum

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[9.01] SHINE and the Space Weather Community

V. J. Pizzo (NOAA)

SHINE (Solar, Heliospheric, and INterplanetary Environment) is an affiliation of researchers dedicated to promoting enhanced understanding of and predictive capabilities for solar disturbances that propagate to Earth. Like its sister organizations GEM and CEDAR, it is sponsored by NSF and its specific goal is to promote discussion, development, and dissemination of ideas and results related to interplanetary aspects of space weather research. Its main activities include facilitating collaborative research campaigns with related groups and conducting an annual workshop devoted to specific and timely space weather questions. In conjunction with the SPD meeting, this year's workshop highlights solar aspects of the Sun-Earth connection theme, but the group maintains strong interests in the generation and propagation of energetic particles in the interplanetary medium and the solar wind - magnetosphere interaction.

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