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The heliospheric magnetic field
MJ Owens, RJ Forsyth
Living Reviews in Solar Physics 10 (1), 5, 2013
3142013
The Maunder minimum (1645–1715) was indeed a grand minimum: A reassessment of multiple datasets
IG Usoskin, R Arlt, E Asvestari, E Hawkins, M Käpylä, GA Kovaltsov, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 581, A95, 2015
2132015
The solar orbiter magnetometer
TS Horbury, H O’brien, IC Blazquez, M Bendyk, P Brown, R Hudson, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 642, A9, 2020
1772020
The open flux problem
JA Linker, RM Caplan, C Downs, P Riley, Z Mikic, R Lionello, CJ Henney, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 848 (1), 70, 2017
1722017
Multispacecraft observation of magnetic cloud erosion by magnetic reconnection during propagation
A Ruffenach, B Lavraud, MJ Owens, JA Sauvaud, NP Savani, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 117 (A9), 2012
1612012
Metrics for solar wind prediction models: Comparison of empirical, hybrid, and physics‐based schemes with 8 years of L1 observations
MJ Owens, HE Spence, S McGregor, WJ Hughes, JM Quinn, CN Arge, ...
Space Weather 6 (8), 2008
1412008
A new calibrated sunspot group series since 1749: statistics of active day fractions
IG Usoskin, GA Kovaltsov, M Lockwood, K Mursula, M Owens, SK Solanki
Solar Physics 291 (9), 2685-2708, 2016
1292016
Statistical study of magnetic cloud erosion by magnetic reconnection
A Ruffenach, B Lavraud, CJ Farrugia, P Démoulin, S Dasso, MJ Owens, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 120 (1), 43-60, 2015
1252015
Coronal mass ejections and magnetic flux buildup in the heliosphere
MJ Owens, NU Crooker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 111 (A10), 2006
1162006
Characteristic magnetic field and speed properties of interplanetary coronal mass ejections and their sheath regions
MJ Owens, PJ Cargill, C Pagel, GL Siscoe, NU Crooker
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 110 (A1), 2005
1152005
An event‐based approach to validating solar wind speed predictions: High‐speed enhancements in the Wang‐Sheeley‐Arge model
MJ Owens, CN Arge, HE Spence, A Pembroke
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 110 (A12), 2005
1062005
Observational evidence of a coronal mass ejection distortion directly attributable to a structured solar wind
NP Savani, MJ Owens, AP Rouillard, RJ Forsyth, JA Davies
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 714 (1), L128, 2010
1042010
Predicting space climate change
L Barnard, M Lockwood, MA Hapgood, MJ Owens, CJ Davis, F Steinhilber
Geophysical research letters 38 (16), 2011
1032011
The Maunder minimum and the Little Ice Age: an update from recent reconstructions and climate simulations
MJ Owens, M Lockwood, E Hawkins, I Usoskin, GS Jones, L Barnard, ...
Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate 7, A33, 2017
1022017
From the Sun to the Earth: The 13 May 2005 coronal mass ejection
MM Bisi, AR Breen, BV Jackson, RA Fallows, AP Walsh, Z Mikić, P Riley, ...
Solar Physics 265, 49-127, 2010
982010
The distribution of solar wind speeds during solar minimum: Calibration for numerical solar wind modeling constraints on the source of the slow solar wind
SL McGregor, WJ Hughes, CN Arge, MJ Owens, D Odstrcil
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 116 (A3), 2011
972011
Predictions of the arrival time of Coronal Mass Ejections at 1AU: an analysis of the causes of errors
M Owens, P Cargill
Annales Geophysicae 22 (2), 661-671, 2004
902004
The Solar Orbiter Science Activity Plan-Translating solar and heliospheric physics questions into action
I Zouganelis, A De Groof, AP Walsh, DR Williams, D Müller, OC St Cyr, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 642, A3, 2020
832020
Estimating total heliospheric magnetic flux from single‐point in situ measurements
MJ Owens, CN Arge, NU Crooker, NA Schwadron, TS Horbury
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 113 (A12), 2008
812008
Excess open solar magnetic flux from satellite data: 2. A survey of kinematic effects
M Lockwood, M Owens, AP Rouillard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 114 (A11), 2009
802009
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