Luke Barnard - Space Weather Scientist

Publications

Here is a list of publications I have produced or contributed to. I also use google scholar, ORCID and ResearcherID to track my publication record.

Submitted

  1. Coronal mass ejections are not coherent magnetohydrodynamic structures
    M. J. Owens, M. Lockwood, and L. Barnard
    submitted to Nature Sci. Rep., 2017
  2. Tracking CMEs using data from the Solar Stormwatch project; observing deflections and other properties
    S. Jones, L. Barnard, C. Scott, M. Owens, and J. Wilkinson
    submitted to Space Weather, 2017

Published

  1. Testing the current paradigm for space weather prediction with heliospheric imagers.
    L. Barnard et al. (2017) Space Weather, doi:10.1002/2017SW001609
  2. The space environment before the space age.
    L. Barnard et al. (2017) Astronomy and Geophysics, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atx056
  3. The National Eclipse Weather Experiment: an assessment of citizen scientist weather observations.
    L. Barnard et al. (2016) Phil. Trans. of the Royal Society A, doi:10.1098/rsta.2015.0220
  4. The National Eclipse Weather Experiment: use and evaluation of a citizen science tool for schools outreach.
    A. Portas et al. (2016) Phil. Trans. of the Royal Society A, doi:10.1098/rsta.2015.0223
  5. Using the ionospheric response to the solar eclipse on 20 March 2015 to detect spatial structure in the solar corona.
    C. Scott et al. (2016) Phil. Trans. of the Royal Society A, doi:10.1098/rsta.2015.0216
  6. An assessment of sunspot number data composites over 1845-2014.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2016) The Astrophysical Journal, doi:10.3847/0004-637X/824/1/54
  7. Near-Earth heliospheric magnetic field intensity since 1750: 2. Cosmogenic radionuclide reconstructions.
    M. Owens et al. (2016) Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1002/2016JA022550
  8. Near-Earth heliospheric magnetic field intensity since 1750. Part 1: sunspot and geomagnetic reconstructions.
    M. Owens et al. (2016) Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1002/2016JA022529
  9. On the origins and timescales of geoeffective IMF.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2016) Space Weather, doi:10.1002/2016SW001375
  10. Tests of Sunspot Number Sequences: 4. Discontinuities Around 1946 in Various Sunspot Number and Sunspot-Group-Number Reconstructions.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2016) Solar Physics, doi:10.1007/s11207-016-0967-1
  11. Tests of Sunspot Number Sequences: 3. Effects of Regression Procedures on the Calibration of Historic Sunspot Data.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2016) Solar Physics, doi:10.1007/s11207-015-0829-2
  12. Tests of Sunspot Number Sequences: 2. Using Geomagnetic and Auroral Data.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2016) Solar Physics, doi:10.1007/s11207-016-0913-2
  13. Tests of sunspot number sequences: 1. Using ionosonde data.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2016) Solar Physics, doi:10.1007/s11207-016-0855-8
  14. Differences between the CME fronts tracked by an expert, an automated algorithm and the Solar Stormwatch project.
    L. Barnard et al. (2015) Space Weather, doi:10.1002/2015SW001280
  15. The heliospheric Hale cycle over the last 300 years and its implications for a lost late 18th century solar cycle.
    M. J. Owens et al. (2015) J. Space Weather Space Clim., doi:10.1051/swsc/2015032
  16. Solar Stormwatch: tracking solar eruptions.
    L. Barnard et al. (2015) Astronomy and Geophysics, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atv131
  17. An arch in the UK.
    M. Lockwood. and L. Barnard, (2015) Astronomy and Geophysics, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atv132
  18. Near-earth cosmic ray decreases associated with remote coronal mass ejections.
    S. R. Thomas et al. (2015) The Astrophysical Journal, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/801/1/5
  19. The Solar Stormwatch CME catalogue: results from the first space weather citizen science project.
    L. Barnard et al. (2014) Space Weather, doi:10.1002/2014SW001119
  20. Modulation of UK lightning by heliospheric magnetic field polarity.
    M. J. Owens, et al. (2014) Environmental Research Letters, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/11/115009
  21. Evidence for solar wind modulation of lightning.
    C. J. Scott et al. (2014) Environmental Research Letters, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/5/055004
  22. Reconstruction of geomagnetic activity and near-Earth interplanetary conditions over the past 167 yr – Part 4: Near-Earth solar wind speed, IMF, and open solar flux.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2014) Annales Geophysicae, doi:10.5194/angeo-32-383-2014
  23. Reconstruction of geomagnetic activity and near-Earth interplanetary conditions over the past 167 yr – Part 3: improved representation of solar cycle 11.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2014) Annales Geophysicae, doi:10.5194/angeo-32-367-2014
  24. Centennial variations in sunspot number, open solar flux and streamer belt width: 1. correction of the sunspot number record since 1874.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2014) Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, doi:10.1002/2014JA019970
  25. Centennial variations in sunspot number, open solar flux and streamer belt width: 2. Comparison with the geomagnetic data.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2014) Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, doi:10.1002/2014JA019972
  26. Reconstruction of geomagnetic activity and near-Earth interplanetary conditions over the past 167 yr – Part 2: A new reconstruction of the interplanetary magnetic field.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2013) Annales Geophysicae, doi:10.5194/angeo-31-1979-2013
  27. Reconstruction of geomagnetic activity and near-Earth interplanetary conditions over the past 167 yr – Part 1: A new geomagnetic data composite.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2013) Annales Geophysicae, doi:10.5194/angeo-31-1957-2013
  28. Solar cycle 24: what is the sun up to?
    M. Lockwood et al. (2012) Astronomy and Geophysics, doi:10.1111/j.1468-4004.2012.53309.x
  29. Predicting space climate change.
    L. Barnard et al. (2011) Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2011GL048489
  30. A survey of gradual solar energetic particle events.
    L. Barnard and M. Lockwood, (2011) Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2010JA016133
  31. The solar influence on the probability of relatively cold UK winters in the future.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2011) Environmental Research Letters, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/3/034004
  32. The persistence of solar activity indicators and the descent of the sun into Maunder Minimum conditions.
    M. Lockwood et al. (2011) Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2011GL049811
  33. Solar cycle 24: implications for energetic particles and long-term space climate change.
    M. J. Owens et al. (2011) Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2011GL049328