Developing New Space Weather Tools: Transitioning fundamental science to operational prediction systems
Main characteristics of scaling conditions for frequently used PC index versions.
|Version||Epoch for scaling||Solar activity||Reverse convection||Reference level|
|OMNI||1977–1980||Peak of cycle||Frequent||No QDC, BL only|
|AARI||1998–2001||Peak of cycle||Frequent||BL and QDC*|
|IAGA||1997–2009||Cycle average||Average||BL and QDC**|
|DMI||1997–2009||Cycle average||Excluded||BL and QDC***|
QDC: Based on running 30 days quiet samples (Janzhura and Troshichev, 2008).
QDC: Running 30 days quiet samples + solar wind sector contribution (Janzhura and Troshichev, 2011).
QDC: 40 days solar rotation weighted quiet samples (Stauning, 2011).
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