Figure 1.1: courtesy the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program and NOAA, National Geophysical Data Center.
Figure 4.1: courtesy the North American Electric Reliability Council.
Figure 6.1: courtesy Daniel Wilkinson, NOAA/NGDC.
Figure 9.1: data courtesy NOAA Space Environment Center.
Figure 9.2: CME data courtesy the SOHO/LASCO consortium. SOHO is a product of the international cooperation between ESA and NASA. Geomagnetic data and GOES flare data courtesy NOAA/NGDC.
Plate 1: courtesy NASA, STS-39.
Plate 2: NASA, TRACE mission.
Plate 3: courtesy SOHO/LASCO/NRL.
Plate 4: courtesy John Kappenman, Metatech Corporation.
Plate 5: courtesy SOHO/MIDI consortium. SOHO is a product of the international cooperation between ESA and NASA.
Plate 6: solar images courtesy SOHO/EIT consortium. SOHO is a product of the international cooperation between ESA and NASA.
Plate 7: ionosphere images courtesy National Geophysical Data Center, NOAA.
Plate 8: courtesy the NASA, IMAGE Satellite Team.
Plate 9: courtesy U.S. Air Force Space Environment Modeling Program.
Plate 10: courtesy John Kappenman, Metatech Corporation.
Plate 11: courtesy Dr. Bernard Jackson, University of California Santa Barbara.
All other figure and plate material courtesy the author.
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Publication information: Book title: The 23rd Cycle:Learning to Live with a Stormy Star. Contributors: Sten F. Odenwald - Author. Publisher: Columbia University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2001. Page number: 203.
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