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What scientific articles have been written about Aurorasaurus?

Last Updated: Feb 14, 2017 10:41PM UTC

Case, N. A., E. A. MacDonald, M. Heavner, A. H. Tapia, and N. Lalone (2015), Mapping Auroral Activity with Twitter, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, doi:10.1002/2015GL063709.

Case, N. A., E. A. MacDonald, and K. G. Patel (2015),  Aurorasaurus and the St Patrick’s Day stormAstronomy & Geophysics, 56 (3), doi: 10.1093/astrogeo/atv089

Case, N. A., E. A. MacDonald, and R. Viereck (2016), Using Citizen Science Reports to Define the Equatorial Extent of Auroral Visibility, Space Weather, doi: 10.1002/2015SW001320

Case, N. A., D. Kingman, and E. A. MacDonal (2016), A real-time hybrid aurora alert system: combining citizen science reports with an auroral oval model, doi: 10.1002/2016EA000167

Nathan A. Case, Elizabeth A. MacDonald, Sean McCloat, Nick Lalone and Andrea H. Tapia (2016), Determining the Accuracy of Crowdsourced 2 Tweet Verification for Auroral Research, 

MacDonald, E. A., N. A. Case,  J. H. Clayton, M. K. Hall, M. Heavner, N. Lalone, K. G. Patel, and A. Tapia (2015), Aurorasaurus: A citizen science platform for viewing and reporting the aurora, Space Weather, doi: 10.1002/2015SW001214.

Poster Presentations

Case, N. A., E. A. MacDonald, and R. Viereck (2015), A Comparison of Modeled Auroral Boundaries with Observations from Citizen Scientists. 

Heavner, M., E. A. MacDonald, N. Case, and S. McCloat (2015), the Real-time State of the Aurora - a Research to Operations Need with a Citizen Science Solution? 

Kosar, B., 
E. A. MacDonald, N. Case, R. Viereck, and Y. Zhang (2016), Analysis of near real-time citizen science observations to validate model predictions of auroral visibility.

Patel, K., E. MacDonald, N. Case, M. Hall, J. Clayton, M. Heavner, A. Tapia, N. Lalone, and S. McCloat (2016), Crowd-sourcing, Communicating, and Improving Auroral Science at the Speed of Social Media through Aurorasaurus. 

Oral Presentations

Check out this full seminar that Liz gave at the University of Michigan to the Climate and Space Program on Aurorasaurus!

Our presentations at the AGU and AMS conference can be found below.
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