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    EDUCATION:

    Post Doctorate Fellowship

    Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences-University of Colorado and Space Environment Center-NOAA (4/1999-3/2000)

    Doctor in Space Physics

    National Autonomous University of Mexico (2/1995-9/1998)

    Research conducted at CIRES-University of Colorado

    Thesis: Disturbed Ionosphere: Modeling and Validation

    Master of Science in Space Physics with Distinction

    National Autonomous University of Mexico (9/1992-2/1995)

    Thesis: Ionospheric Morphology over Mexico

    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

    ISPJAE. Cuba. (9/1983-7/1988)

    Thesis: Software package for digital simulation

    Bachelor of Science in Physics

    ISPEJV. Cuba. (9/1977-7/1982)

    Thesis: Fourier approximation to obtain the frequency of Pc1 pulsations

    Major: Physics and Astronomy, Minor: Education

     

    AWARDS:      CIRES-University of Colorado Diversity Award (2012)

              Twentieth Annual Multicultural Award in Science Colorado (2008)

                Gabino Barreda in Memorial Medal (Academic Merit, National Autonomous University of Mexico, 1997)

               Honorable Mention Award (Master of Science Thesis, National Autonomous University of Mexico, 1995)

     

    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

     


    Institution:

    Position Title: 

           Period:

    Cooperative Institute for Research in Environment Sciences (CIRES)-University of Colorado and Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC)-NOAA

    Senior Research Scientist

    (Full Professor)

       present        03/2012

    National Earth Science Teacher Association

    Consultant

       present

       07/2010

    CIRES-University of Colorado and     SWPC-NOAA

    Research Scientist III

    (Associate Professor)

       03/2012        05/2007

    University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

    Consultant

       07/2010        07/2003

    CIRES-University of Colorado and     SWPC-NOAA

    Research Scientist II

    (Assistant Professor)

       04/2007        05/2002

    Front Range Community College

             Physics Instructor

        02/2005       01/2000

    CIRES-University of Colorado and     SWPC-NOAA

           Research Scientist I

       04/2002        04/1999

    CIRES-University of Colorado and      SWPC-NOAA

    Professional Research Assistant

       12/1998        02/1996

    National Autonomous University of Mexico, Geophysical Institute

       M.Sc. and Ph.D. Student,          Physics Instructor

       09/1998        09/1992

    Geophysical and Astronomy Institute. Havana, Cuba

    Research Associate Physics Instructor

       09/1992        09/1989

    IPU-PTB. Havana, Cuba

    Physics and Astronomy Instructor

       08/1989        09/1982

    IPUEC-RdO. Havana, Cuba

    Physics and Astronomy Instructor

       08/1982        09/1978

     
     

    GRANTS:

    NSF: AGU Chapman Conference on the Causes and Consequences of the Extended Solar Minimum Between Solar Cycles 23 and 24 (4CESM); Telluride, Colorado; Summer 2012. PI. 2012

    AFOSR: Quantifying the daytime, equatorial ExB drift velocities   associated with the 4-cell, non-migrating tidal structure. Co-I. 2009-2012.

    NASA: A Quantitative Description of day-to-day Variability for the International Reference Ionosphere: On Average and Real-Time.Co-PI. 2009-2013.

    NSF: Development and Validation of a Comprehensive Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Model.Co-I. 2006 –2011.

    NASA: Solar Activity and Long-term Trends in the Ionosphere: A Historic-Data Analysis and Modeling Study. Co-PI. 2002-2005.

    NSF: Space Weather: Storm-time response of the ionospheric total electron content.PI. 2002-2005.

     

    PUBLICATIONS:

    In Preparation:

    01   Perez-Enriquez, R., R. Lopez-Montes, A. Lara, A. Borgazzi, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere, Total Electron Content Anomalies in the Ionosphere during non-solar events.

    02   Buresova, D., L.-A. McKinnell, M.E. Mosert, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and T. Sindelarova, Variability of hmF2 during strong magnetic storms.

     

    Journals:

    03   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., and D. J. Fuller-Rowell (2012), Comparative study of ionospheric behavior and IRI performance for the last two solar minima, J. Geophys. Res., submitted.

    04   Rodriguez-Martinez, M., R. Perez-Enriquez, A. Carrillo-Vargas, R. Lopez-Montes, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, G.A. Casilla-Perez, J.A. Lopez Cruz-Abeyro (2012), Ionospheric Disturbance Effects on IPS Signals from MEXART. Sol. Phys.,submitted.

    05   Sun, Y.-Y., T. Matsuo, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, J.-Y. Liu (2012), Ground-based GPS observations of SED-associated irregularities over CONUS.J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2012JA018103.

    06   Lin, C.-Y., J.-Y. Liu, C.-H. Lin, Y.-Y. Sun, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and Y. Kakinami (2012), Using the IRI, the MAGIC model, and the co-located ground-based GPS receivers to study ionospheric solar eclipse and storm signatures on July 22, 2009, Earth Planets Space, 64 (6), 513-520, doi:10.5047/eps.2011.08.016.

    07   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T.-W. Fang, D. N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, and R. Stoneback (2012), Modeling the daytime, equatorial ionospheric ion densities associated with the observed, four-cell longitude patterns in E × B drift velocities, Radio Sci., 47, RS0L12, doi:10.1029/2011RS004930.

    08   Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D. Buresova, D. J. Fuller-Rowell, and T. J. Fuller-Rowell (2012), Initial results of the evaluation of IRI hmF2 performance for minima 22-23 and 23-24, Adv. Space Res.,doi:10.1016/j.asr.2012.02.010.

    09   López-Montes, R., R. Pérez-Enríquez, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2012), The impact of large solar events on the total electron content of the ionosphere at mid latitudes, Adv. Space Res., doi:10.1016/j.asr.2012.01.008.

    10   Carrillo-Vargas A., H. R. Pérez-Enríquez, M. Rodríguez-Martínez, R. López-Montes, G. A. Casillas-Pérez, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2011), Disturbances in the ionosphere detected by MEXART, Adv. Space Res., doi:10.1016/j.asr.2011.12.017.

    11   Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D. N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, and R. Stoneback (2011), Communications/ Navigation Outage Forecasting System observational support for the equatorial E´Bdrift velocities associated with the four-cell tidal structures, Radio Sci., 46, RS0D09, doi:10.1029/2010RS004557.

    12   Araujo-Pradere, E.A., R. Redmon, M. Fedrizzi, R. Viereck, and T. J. Fuller-Rowell (2011), Some characteristics of the ionospheric behavior during solar cycle 23/24 minimum, Solar Phys., The Sun–Earth Connection near Solar Minimum, edited by M. M. Bisi, B. Emery, and B. J. Thompson, doi:10.1007/s11207-011-9728-3, Springer.

    13   Matsuo, T., and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2011), Role of thermosphere‐ionosphere coupling in a global ionospheric specifications,Radio Sci., RS0D23, doi:10.1029/2010RS004576.

    14   McDonald, S. E., C. Coker, K. F. Dymond, D. N. Anderson, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2011), The relative effects of daytime and evening vertical E´Bdrifts on the nighttime equatorial ionization anomaly, Radio Sci., doi:10.1029/2011RS004702.

    15   Anderson, D. N., and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2010), Sudden stratospheric warming event signatures in daytime E´BDrift velocities in the Peruvian and Philippine longitude sectors for January, 2003 and 2004, J. Geophys. Res., 115,A00G05, doi:10.1029/2010JA015337.

    16   Fuller-Rowell, T. J., F. Wu, R. Akmaev, T. W. Fang, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2010), A whole atmosphere model simulation of the impact of a sudden stratospheric warming on thermosphere dynamics and electrodynamics, J. Geophys. Res.,115,A00G08, doi:10.1029/2010JA015524.

    17   Araujo-Pradere, E.A.(2009), Transitioning space weather models into operations: The basic building  blocks, Space Weather,7,S10006, doi:10.1029/2009SW000524.

    18   Anderson, D., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and L. Scherliess (2009), Comparing daytime, equatorial E´Bdrift velocities and TOPEX/TEC observations associated with the 4-cell, non-migrating tidal structure, Ann. Geophys., 27(7), 2861–2867.

    19   Smith, D., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C. V. Minter (2008), and T. J. Fuller-Rowell, A Comprehensive evaluation of the errors inherent in the use of a two-dimensional shell for modeling the ionosphere, Radio Sci., 43(6), RS6008, doi:10.1029/2007RS003769.

    20   Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, P. S. J. Spencer, and C. F. Minter (2007), Differential validation of the USTEC model, Radio Sci., 42(3), RS3016, doi:10.1029/2006RS003459.

    21   Fuller-Rowell, T., M. Codrescu, N. Maruyama, M. Fedrizzi, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, S. Sazykin, and G. Bust (2007), Observed and modeled thermosphere and ionosphere response to superstorms, Radio Sci., 42(4), RS4S90, doi:10.1029/2005RS003392.

    22   Minter C. F., D. S. Robertson, P. S. J. Spencer, A. R. Jacobsen, T. J. Fuller-Rowell, E. A. Araujo-Pradere, and R. W. Moses (2007), A comparison of MAGIC and FORTE ionospheric measurements, Radio Sci., 42(3), RS3026, doi:10.1029/2006RS003460.

    23   Anderson, D., A. Anghel, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, V. Eccles, C. Valladares, and C. Lin (2006), Theoretically modeling the low-latitude, ionospheric response to large geomagnetic storms, Radio. Sci.,41(5),RS5S04, doi:10.1029/2005RS003376.

    24   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, and P. S. J. Spencer (2006), Consistent features of the TEC changes during ionospheric storms, J. Atmos. Sol. Terr. Phys., 68(16), 1834–1842, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2006.06.004.

    25   Fuller-Rowell, T., E. A. Araujo-Pradere, C. Minter, M. Codrescu, P. Spencer D. Robertson, and A. Jacobson (2006), US-TEC: A new data assimilation product from the Space Environment Center characterizing the ionospheric total electron content using real-time GPS data, Radio Sci.,41(6), RS6003, doi:10.1029/2005RS003393.

    26   Araujo-Pradere, E. A. (2005), GPS-derived total electron content response for the Bastille Day magnetic storm at a low mid-latitude station,Geof. Intl., 44(2), 211–218.

    27   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, M. V. Codrescu, and D. Bilitza (2005), Characteristics of the ionospheric variability as a function of season, latitude, local time, and geomagnetic activity, Radio Sci., 40(5), RS5009, doi:10.1029/2004RS003179.

    28   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T .J. Fuller-Rowell, and D. Bilitza (2004), Ionospheric variability for quiet and perturbed conditions, Adv. Space Res.,34(9), 1914–1921.

    29   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, and D. Bilitza (2004), Time Empirical Ionospheric Correction Model (STORM) response in IRI2000 and challenges for empirical modeling in the future, Radio Sci., 39, RS1S24, doi:10.1029/2002RS002805.

    30   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, M. V. Codrescu, and A. Anghel (2004), Evaluation and prospects for storm-time correction in the International Reference Ionosphere (IRI),Adv. Space Res., 33(6), 902–909, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2003.07.010.

    31   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, andD. Bilitza (2003), Validation of the STORM response in IRI2000, J. Geophys. Res., 108(A3), 1120, doi:10.1029/2002JA009720.

    32   Araujo-Pradere, E. A.(2002), Quality of the STORM model prediction for a mid-latitude station, Geof. Intl., 41(2), 195–201.

    33   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, and M. V. Codrescu (2002), STORM: An empirical storm-time ionospheric correction model, 2, Validation, Radio Sci., 37(5), article no. 1071, doi:10.1029/2002RS002620.

    34   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, and M. V. Codrescu (2002), STORM: An empirical storm-time ionospheric correction model, 1, Model description, Radio Sci., 37(5), article no. 1070, doi:10.1029/2001RS002467.

    35   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., and T. J. Fuller-Rowell (2001), Evaluation of the STORM-time ionospheric empirical model for the Bastille Day event, Solar Phys., 204(1-2), 315–322, doi:10.1023/A:1014250604073, Springer.

    36   Fuller-Rowell, T. J., M. V. Codrescu, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere(2001), Capturing the storm-time F-region ionospheric response in an empirical model, in Space Weather, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 125, edited by P. Song, H. J. Singer, and G. L. Siscoe, pp. 393–401, AGU, Washington DC.

    37   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., and T. J. Fuller-Rowell (2000), A model of a perturbed ionosphere using the auroral power as the input, Geof. Intl.,39(1), 29–36.

    38   Fuller-Rowell, T. J., E. A. Araujo-Pradere, and M. V. Codrescu (2000), An empirical ionospheric storm-time correction model, Adv. Space Res., 25(1), 139–146, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(99)00911-4.

    39   Araujo-Pradere, E. A.(1998), foF2 frequency bands in El Cerrillo, Mexico in magnetically quiet conditions, Braz. J. Geophys., 15(2), 161–164.

    40   Fuller-Rowell, T. J., M. V. Codrescu, E. A. Araujo-Pradere, and I. Kutiev (1998), Progress in developing a storm-time ionospheric correction model, Adv. Space Res., 22(6), 821–827 doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(98)00105-7..

    41   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and H. Durand Manterola (1996), The ionospheric F region over El Cerrillo, Mexico in magnetically quiet conditions,Geof. Intl., 35(4).

    42   Araujo-Pradere, E. A., L. Lois-Menéndez, and R. Meléndez-Venancio (1996), Morphological characteristics of ionospheric E region over El Cerrillo station, Mexico during magnetically quiet conditions,Geof. Intl., 35(1), 77–82.

    43   Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere(1996), Time variation of the F region parameters over Cuba during extreme conditions of solar activity, Braz. J. Geophys., 14(1), 41–49 (in Spanish).

    44   Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere (1993), Ionospheric seasonal variations over Cuba, Space and Earth Sciences (Ciencias de la Tierra y el Espacio), ACC (in Spanish).

    45   Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere(1992), N(h) profiles over Cuba and their comparison with IRI results, Geof. Intl., 31(1), 89–94 (in Spanish).

    46   Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere (1992), Statistic evaluation of different hmF2 measurements, Geof. Intl., 30(1), 257–262 (in Spanish).

     

    Proceedings and Presentations:

    01.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.J. Fuller-Rowell, T.J. Fuller-Rowell, D. Buresova (2013), Some Characteristics of the Ionospheric Behavior During During Solar Cycles 22-23 and 23-24 Minima (invited). First Mexican Workshop on Ionospheric Studies and Applications, April 25-26, 2013. Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico.

    02.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.J. Fuller-Rowell, T.J. Fuller-Rowell, D. Buresova (2013), Some Characteristics of the Global Ionospheric Behavior During During Solar Cycles 22-23 and 23-24 Minima. Chapman Conference Causes and Consequences of the Extended Solar Minimum Between Solar Cycles 23 and 24 (4CESM), April 8-12, 2013. Key Largo, FL. USA.

    03.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.J. Fuller-Rowell, D. Bilitza, T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2012), Ionospheric Behavior During a Long, Low and Flat Minimum, and IRI Performance Under These Conditions (invited). 39th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. July 14-22, 2012. Mysore, India.

    04.  Van De Heyde, V., D. Moeketsi, E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2012), Application of MAGIC code to Compute TEC over Southern Africa region. 39th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. July 14-22, 2012. Mysore, India.

    05.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.J. Fuller-Rowell, D. Bilitza, T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2012), Quality of IRI Predictions During Extreme Solar Minimum Conditions (solicited). 39th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. July 14-22, 2012. Mysore, India.

    06.  Lopez-Montes, R, R. Perez-Enriquez, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, J.A. Lopez Cruz-Abeyro (2012), The impact of intense geomagnetic storms on the ionosphere at midlatitudes. 39th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. July 14-22, 2012. Mysore, India.

    07.  Rodriguez-Martinez, M., R. Perez-Enriquez, A. Carrillo-Vargas, R. Lopez-Montes, A. Gonzalez-Esparza, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, J.C. Mejia-Ambriz, E. Aguilar-Rodriguez, G. Casilla-Perez, J.A. Lopez Cruz-Abeyro (2012), Filtering IOND and IPS frequencies through wavelet tools in MEXART radio signals. 39th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. July 14-22, 2012. Mysore, India.

    08.  Anderson, D.N.,E.A. Araujo-Pradere, T.-W. Fang, E. Yizengaw, R. Stoneback (2012), Determining the Sharp, Longitudinal Gradients in Equatorial ExB Drift Velocities Associated with the Boundaries of the 4-cell, Non-migrating Structures. 13th International Symposium on Equatorial Aeronomy (ISEA). March 12-17, 2012. Paracas, Peru.

    09.  Sun, Y.-Y., T. Matsuo, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, J.-Y. Liu (2012), The construction of the ground-based GPS TEC map over US using the non-stationary wavelet-based error covariance. URSI National Radio Science Meeting. January 4-7, 2012. Boulder, CO, USA.

    10.  Lin, C.Y., T. Matsuo, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and J.Y. Liu (2012), The effects of 3D error covariance and background model bias for an ionospheric data assimilation model. URSI National Radio Science Meeting. January 4-7, 2012. Boulder, CO, USA.

    11.  Anderson, D.N., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, E. Yizengaw (2011), Use of Magnetometers to Determine the Sharp, Longitudinal Gradients in Equatorial ExB Drift Velocities Associated with the 4-cell, Non-migrating Plasma Structures. Fall AGU. San Francisco, CA, December 2011.

    12.  Anderson, D.N., E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2011), Determining the Sharp, Longitudinal Gradients in Equatorial ExB Drifts Velocities Associated with the 4-Cell, Non-migrating Structures (solicited). Fall AGU. San Francisco, CA, December 2011.

    13.  Rodriguez-Martinez, M., R. Perez-Enriquez, A. Carrillo-Vargas, R. Lopez-Montes, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, G.A. Casilla-Perez, J.A. Lopez Cruz-Abeyro (2011), Ionospheric Disturbance Effects on IPS Signals from MEXART (solicited). Fall AGU. San Francisco, CA, December 2011.

    14.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.J. Fuller-Rowell (2011), Comparative Study of Ionospheric Behavior and IRI Performance for the Last Two Solar Minima (solicited). International Reference Ionosphere Workshop 2011. Hermanus, South Africa, 10-14 October, 2011.

    15.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.J. Fuller-Rowell, R. Redmon, R. Viereck, T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2011), Comparative Study of the Global Ionospheric Behavior During Solar Cycles 22-23 and 23-24 Minima (Invited).  Workshop on the Causes and Consequences of Solar Cycle 24. May 17-19, 2011. Boulder, CO, USA.

    16.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.-W. Fang, D.N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, R. Stoneback (2011), Modeling the Daytime, Equatorial Ionospheric Ion densities Associated With the Observed 4-Cell Longitude Patterns in ExB Velocities. International Ionospheric Effects Symposium (IES) 2011. May 17-19, 2011. Old Town, Alexandria, VA.

    17.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.-W. Fang, D.N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, R. Stoneback (2011), Modeling the Daytime, Equatorial Ionospheric Ion Densities Associated with the Observed, 4-cell Longitude Patterns in ExB Drift Velocities. AGU Chapman Conference on Modeling the Ionosphere/Thermosphere System. May 9-12, 2011, Charleston, South Carolina, USA.

    18.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., R. Redmon, T. J. Fuller-Rowell (2011), Comparative Study of the Global Ionospheric Behavior During Solar Cycle 22-23 and 23-24 Minima (Invited). European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly 2011. Vienna, Austria.

    19.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.G. Onsager, R. Viereck (2011), Space Weather Prediction Testbed (SWPT): Activities, Priorities, Challenges (Invited). COST ES0803 workshop: Assessment and Validation of Space Weather Models. Alcala de Henares, Spain.

    20.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2011), Space Weather Applications of GPS. Continuously Operating Caribbean GPS Observational Network Workshop (COCONet). San Jose, Puerto Rico.

    21.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, R. Stoneback (2010), Determining the Daytime, Equatorial Ionospheric Electron Densities Associated with the Observed, 4-cell Longitude Patterns in ExB Drift Velocities. Fall AGU. San Francisco, CA.

    22.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, R. Stoneback (2010), Quantification of the Equatorial ExB Drift Velocities Associated With the 4-Cell Tidal Structures from C/NOFS Observations (Invited). AGU-Meeting of the Americas 2010. Foz do Iguassu, Parana, Brazil.

    23.  Buresova, D., L-A. McKinnell, M.E. Mosert, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, T. Sindelarova (2010), Variability Of hmf2 During Strong Magnetic Storms.  38th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. Bremen, Germany.

    24.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, R. Stoneback (2010), Unique confirmation of the sharp boundaries of the 4-cell, non-migrating tidal structure using C/NOFS observations (Invited). 38th Committee on Space Physics (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly. Bremen, Germany.

    25.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M. Fedrizzi, R. Redmon, R. Viereck (2010) Implications of Comparison of Ionospheric Physical Model Simulations and Data During the Last Solar Minimum (Invited). 2010 SORCE Science Meeting: Solar and Anthropogenic Influences on Earth. Keystone, CO, USA.

    26.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D.N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi (2010), C/NOFS Observational Support for the Equatorial ExB Drift Velocities Associated With the January, 2009 Sudden Stratospheric Warming Event (Invited). C/NOFS Science meeting 2010. Breckenridge, CO, USA.

    27.  Araujo-Pradere, E. A., D. N. Anderson, M. Fedrizzi, and R. Stoneback (2010), Quantifying the day-time, equatorial E´B drift velocities at the boundaries of the 4-cell tidal structure using C/NOFS’ Cindi observations, Proc. Intl. Beacon Satellite Symposium, edited by P. Doherty and M. Hernandez-Pajares, CIMNE, Barcelona, Spain.

    28.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A.(2009) Space Weather: Impacts on Society and Technology (Keynote Speaker). Mexican Geophysical Union. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

    29.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2009), Ionospheric monitoring and science from GPS data. Workshop to Establish Scientific and Instrument Collaborations for Observing the Consequences of Space Weather from Morocco. Rabbat, Morocco.

    30.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2009), Space weather events captured by the USTEC operational product (Invited). Troposphere, Ionosphere, GPS, and Interferometric Radar Workshop (TIGIR). Pasadena, California, USA.

    31.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M.V. Codrescu (2009) Current status of real-time ionospheric products at SWPC using IRI. RT-IRI Workshop. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, USA.

    32.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., R. Akmaev, F. Wu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, D.N. Anderson (2009), Simulation of the impact of a sudden stratospheric warming on the upper atmosphere using a whole atmosphere model. 2009 Spring AGU Meeting. Toronto, Canada.

    33.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M.V. Codrescu, M. Husler, F. Coloma (2009), Current and future real-time data requirements for space weather applications. 2009 Spring AGU Meeting. Toronto, Canada.

    34.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2008) Representation of Storms Effects in IRI: NmF2, Variability, TEC. 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Montreal, Canada.

    35.  McDonald, S.E., C. Coker, K.F. Dymond, D.N. Anderson, E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2008), The relative importance of daytime and evening vertical ExB drifts to nighttime equatorial anomaly formation. 12th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Washington DC, USA.

    36.  Anderson, D., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, A. Anghel, K. Yumoto, A. Bhattacharyya, M. Hagan, A. Maute and L. Scherliess (2008), Quantifying the daytime, equatorial ExB drift velocities   associated with the 4-cell, non-migrating tidal structure. 12th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Washington DC, USA.

    37.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., R.A. Akmaev, F. Wu, A. Anghel, H. Wang, N. Maruyama, M. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, M. Iredell, and G. H. Millward (2008), Forecasting the impact of terrestrial weather on ionosphere variability. 12th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Washington DC, USA.

    38.  Anderson, D., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, A. Anghel, K. Yumoto, A. Bhattacharyya, M. Hagan, A. Maute and L. Scherliess (2008), Quantifying the daytime, equatorial ExB drift velocities   associated with the 4-cell, non-migrating tidal structure. 12th International Symposium on Equatorial Aeronomy (ISEA-12). Malaysia.

    39.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M.V. Codrescu, and R. Akmaev (2008), Near-Term Transition of Space Weather Products. CIRES Science Rendezvous 2007, Boulder, CO, USA.

    40.  Genyuk, J., R. M. Johnson, L. Gardiner, R. Russell, J. Bergman, M. LaGrave, B. Hatheway, S. Foster, E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2007), Postcards from the Field: Using the Web to Bring Near-Real Time Field Work to the Public. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.

    41.  Codrescu, M.V., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2007), Data assimilation techniques and modeling to map TEC. IHY SCINDA. Ethiopia.

    42.  Smith, D.A., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C. Minter, T. Fuller-Rowell (2007), A Comprehensive Evaluation of the Errors Inherent in the use of a 2-dimensional Shell for Modeling the Ionosphere. ION GNSS 2007. TX, USA.

    43.  Buresova, D., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, T. Sindelarova, B. De la Morena, I. Blanco Alegre, Z. Moˇsna (2007), Evaluation of the Storm Model Storm-Time Corrections for European Middle Latitudes. IRI/COST 296 Workshop; Ionosphere - Modelling, Forcing and Telecommunications. Prague, Czech Republic.

    44.  Gehmeyr, M., E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2007), Forecasting storm-time changes in the ionosphere. IUGG XXIV General Assembly. Italy.

    45.  Fedrizzi, M., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C. F. Minter, H. Khalsa, N. Maruyama, D. Anderson, A. Anghel (2007), Physical Interpretation of the Thermosphere-Ionosphere Response to the April 2002 Magnetic Storm. CIRES Science Rendezvous 2007, CO, USA.

    46.  Codrescu, M.V., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and M. Fedrizzi (2007), Memory effects in the ionosphere storm response. EGU General Assembly 2007.

    47.  Codrescu, M.V., C. F. Minter, A. Anghel, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, T. J. Fuller-Rowell, P. Spencer (2007), The Importance of Cosmic Occultation Data for Ionosphere Specification. CIRES Science Rendezvous 2007, CO, USA.

    48.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., C.F. Minter, T.J. Fuller-Rowell. U.S.-Total Electron Content (US-TEC) (2007), Validation and Effects of Geomagnetic Storms on Ionospheric Estimation Errors. ION 2007 National Technical Meeting. CA, USA.

    49.  Codrescu, M.V., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, M. Fedrizzi (2007), Memory effects in Ionosphere Storm Response.  Midlatitude Ionospheric Dynamics and Disturbances Chapman Conference. Yosemite, CA, USA.

    50.  Johnson, R.M., M. LaGrave, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, R. Russell, L. Gardiner, J. Bergman, J. Genyuk, S. Henderson, M. DiMarco (2007), Interactive Software to Model Physical and Chemical Phenomena. VII National Convention of Science Teachers. Convention Center. Puebla. Mexico.

    51.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, M.V. Codrescu. (2006), TEC from GPS data Assimilation Models. IRI2006 Workshop: New Measurements for Improved IRI TEC Representation. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    52.  Redmon, R., W.F. Denig, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, K. Mihalka, B. Weatherhead and E.A. Kihn (2006), Restoring Confidence in the Quality of Ionospheric Data in SPIDR.IRI2006 Workshop: New Measurements for Improved IRI TEC Representation. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    53.  Codrescu, M.V., C.F. Minter, A. Anghel, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, T.J. Fuller-Rowell, P. Spencer (2006), The importance of COSMIC occultation data for ionospheric specification.  American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA, USA.

    54.  Weatherhead, B., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, R. Akmaev, T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2006), Evaluating trend models (invited). 4th Workshop on Long-Terms Changes and Trends in the Atmosphere. Sodankyla, Finland.

    55.  Weatherhead, B., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, R. Akmaev (2006),The non-linear response of the ionosphere to solar activity and the resultant influence on trends. American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. Baltimore, MD, USA.

    56.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., N. Maruyama, D. Anderson, M. Codrescu, M. Fedrizzi and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2006), On addressing the longitude dependence in the ionosphere-thermosphere response to geomagnetic storms at low and mid-latitudes. ILWS Workshop: The Solar Influence on the Heliosphere and Earth's Environment: Recent Progress and Prospects. Goa, India.

    57.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M. Fedrizzi, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C.F. Minter, M.V. Codrescu (2006),On Monitoring and Forecasting the State of the Ionosphere. ION National Technical Meeting, Monterey, CA, USA.

    58.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A.(2006), Some Features of the TEC Behavior Observed Under Disturbed Conditions. 2006 URSI National Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, CO, USA.

    59.  Minter, C.F., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, D.S. Robertson, P.S.J. Spencer, T.J. Fuller-Rowell, A.R. Jacobson, R. Moses, D.M. Susczynsky (2006), Initial validation steps for the USTEC ionospheric nowcast system. 2006 URSI National Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, CO, USA.

    60.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., B. Weatherhead, R. Akmaev (2005), Non-linear Response of foF2 to solar activity and the Resulting Impacts on Derived Trends. American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    61.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2005), Consistent Seasonal and Local Time Effects in Tec Storm-Time Response. 2005 CEDAR-GEM Joint Meeting. Santa Fe, NM, USA.

    62.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2005), Ionospheric Storms Climatology, an Oxymoron? American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. New Orleans, LO, USA.

    63.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., D. Bilitza, T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2005), How well did the IRI/STORM model represent the most recent storms? American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. New Orleans, LO, USA.

    64.  Fedrizzi, M., T. J. Fuller-Rowell, N. Maruyama, M. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, D. Anderson, A. Anghel (2005), Relative Importance of Storm-Time Mechanisms in the Observed TEC Response to the March 31, 2001 Geomagnetic Storm. American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. New Orleans, LO, USA.

    65.  Johnson, R.M., M. LaGrave, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, R. Russell, L. Gardiner, J. Bergman, J. Genyuk, S. Henderson, M. DiMarco, T. Metcalfe (2005), The Windows to the Universe Project: A Facility for Inter-American Geosciences Education and Outreach. American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. New Orleans, LO, USA.

    66.  Johnson, R.M., T. Barnes, J. Bergman, L. Carbone, T. Eastburn, S. Foster, L. Gardiner, J. Genyuk, S. Henderson, M. LaGrave, R. Munoz, R. Russell, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, T. Metcalfe, D. Mastie, P. Pennington (2005), Advantages of a Unified Earth and Space Science Approach for Geoscience Education: Perspectives from the National Center for Atmospheric Research. American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. New Orleans, LO, USA.

    67.  Weatherhead, B., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, R. Akmaev, G. Noonan, T.J. Fuller-Rowell, R. Viereck (2005), Trends in Ionospheric Data: Techniques and Results. American Geophysical Union Spring Conference. New Orleans, LO, USA.

    68.  Anderson, D., A. Anghel, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, V. Eccles, C. Valladares, C. Lin (2005), Theoretically Modeling the Low Latitude, Ionospheric Response During the CAWSES Period. International Symposium on Equatorial Aeronomy (ISEA). Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China.

    69.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M. Codrescu, N. Maruyama, M. Fedrizzi, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, S. Sazykin, G. Bust (2005), Comparison of Observed and Modeled Thermosphere and Ionosphere Response to Superstorms. International Ionospheric Effects Symposium. Alexandria, VA, USA.

    70.  Anderson, D., A. Anghel, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, V. Eccles, C. Valladares, and C. Lin (2005), Theoretically Modeling the Ionospheric Response at Low Latitudes to Large Geomagnetic Storms. International Ionospheric Effects Symposium. Alexandria, VA, USA.

    71.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2005), Comparison of TEC Behavior During Different Storm Events. International Ionospheric Effects Symposium. Paper A087, 010-017, Alexandria, VA, USA.

    72.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M.V. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C. Minter, D. Robertson, S. Gutman, and G. Adam (2005), US-TEC: A new Data Assimilation Product from the Space Environment Center characterizing the Ionospheric Total Electron Content using Real-Time GPS data. International Ionospheric Effects Symposium. Alexandria, VA, USA. May 2005.

    73.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M.V. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C. Minter, D. Robertson, S. Gutman, and G. Adams (2005), US-TEC: A new Data Assimilation Product from the Space Environment Center characterizing the Ionospheric Total Electron Content. American Meteorological Society, 2nd Symposium on Space Weather. San Diego, CA, USA.

    74.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M.V. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, C. Minter, D. Robertson (2004), US-TEC: A new Data Assimilation Product from the Space Environment Center characterizing the Ionospheric Total Electron Content. American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    75.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M. Fedrizzi, M.V. Codrescu (2004),On the Source of Steep Gradients at Midlatitude during Geomagnetic Storms. American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    76.  Weatherhead, B. and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2004), The Importance of Data Quality on Studies of Short-term and Long-Term Ionospheric Processes. American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    77.  Johnson, R. M., M.  LaGrave, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, R. Russell, L. Gardiner, J. Bergman, J. Genyuk, S. Henderson, M. DiMarco (2004), Spanish Language Version of the "Windows to the Universe" Earth and Space Science Education Web Site, American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    78.  Pulinets, S.A., H. Perez de Tejada, V. H. Depuev, E.A.  Araujo-Pradere, T. J. Fuller-Rowell, D. Bilitza, and V. Truhlik (2004), Checking the Possible Global Circulation Pattern during Magnetic Storm by the Intercosmos-19 Satellite Data. Sun-Earth Connection Physics: The GeoImpact of CMEs, CIRs, and Ordinary Solar Wind. Merida, Mexico.

    79.  Fedrizzi, M., E. R de Paula, I. J. Kantor, R. B. Langley, A. Komjathy, E. A. Araujo-Pradere, and T. J. Fuller-Rowell (2004), Investigation of ionospheric response to severe magnetic storms using GPS total electron content measurements, Proc. Intl. Beacon Satellite Symposium, October 18-22, 2004, Trieste, Italy.

    80.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., and A. Anghel (2004), Estimating VTEC Values for Geomagnetic Perturbed Conditions Using a Multilayer Neural Network. URSI-National Radio Science, Boulder, CO, USA.

    81.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, M.  Codrescu (2003), Ionospheric variability of the F2 region for quiet and perturbed conditions. IRI Task Force Activity 2003. Grahamstown, South Africa.

    82.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, P.S. Spencer, A. Anghel, M.  Codrescu (2003), Storm-Time TEC Response: processing, visualization. Haystack GPS Workshop, Boston, MA, USA.

    83.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A.and T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2003), Storm-Time Response in USU GAIM. Fourth Annual MURI/GAIM Review, Park City, UT, USA.

    84.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, P.S. Spencer, M. Codrescu, A. Anghel, L. Scherliess, D. Thomson, R.W. Schunk, J. Sojka (2003), GAIM Validation and Steps toward a Storm-Time VTEC Empirical Model, SEC - Space Weather Week, Boulder, CO, USA.

    85.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A.and T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2002), Evaluation and prospects for storm-time correction in the International Reference Ionosphere (IRI). Solicited. 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly and the Second World Space Congress. Houston, TX, USA.

    86.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (2002), Development of ionospheric metrics for space weather. 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly and the Second World Space Congress. Houston, TX, USA.

    87.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell and D. Bilitza (2002), An example of validation of the storm response in IRI 2000. IRI Task Force Activity 2001. Trieste, Italy.

    88.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell and D. Bilitza (2002), Validation of the STORM response in IRI2000. International Ionospheric Effects Symposium. Washington DC, USA.  

    89.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., and T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2001), Empirical Modeling of the Ionospheric Response to Geomagnetic Storms. American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    90.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., and T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2001), Comprehensive Validation of the Storm Time Empirical Model. International Workshop on Space Weather Effects on Communications and Navigations Signal. Boston College, Boston, MA, USA.

    91.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., and T.J. Fuller-Rowell (2001), Extensive Validation of the Storm Time Empirical Model. Space Weather Week, Space Environment Center, NOAA. Boulder, CO, USA.  

    92.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and M.V. Codrescu (2000), Capturing the Storm-Time Ionospheric Response in an Empirical Model. Chapman Conference on Space Weather: Progress and Challenges in Research and Applications. Clearwater, FL. USA.

    93.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, and M.V. Codrescu (2000), The possibility to model ionospheric perturbed conditions trough empirical models. National Radio Science Meeting, URSI 2000. Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO. USA.

    94.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A., T.J. Fuller-Rowell, and M.V. Codrescu (1999), An Empirical Ionospheric Storm-Time Correction Model. American Geophysical Union Fall Conference. San Francisco, CA. USA.

    95.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M.V. Codrescu, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere(1999), How well can empirical models predict ionospheric storms?  Proceedings of the IUGG 1999.

    96.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and M.V. Codrescu (1998), An empirical ionospheric storm-time correction model. Proceedings of the COSPAR 1998.

    97.  Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M.V. Codrescu, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1998), Storm-Time ionospheric predictions: Physically-based and empirical modeling. Proceedings of Space Weather Effects on Propagations of Navigation and Communication Signals, 354-355, COMSAT, Bethesda, MA, USA.

    98.  Araujo-Pradere, E.A.and T.J. Fuller-Rowell (1998), An attempt to model perturbed ionosphere. V Latin-American Conference on Space Geophysics. San José de Costa Rica, Costa Rica.

    99.  Fuller-Rowell, T. J., M. V. Codrescu, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere (1997), Storm-time ionospheric predictions: Physically-based and empirical modeling, Proc. Space Weather Effects on Propagation of Navigation and Communication Signals, COMSAT, Bethesda, Maryland, pp. 354–355.

    100.        Fuller-Rowell, T.J., M.V. Codrescu, E.A. Araujo-Pradere, and I. Kutiev (1997), Progress in developing a storm-time ionospheric correction model. Workshop on New Developments in Ionospheric Modeling and Prediction. Germany.

    101.        Araujo-Pradere, E.A., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and R. Meléndez-Venancio (1996), Morphology of ionospheric F region over “El Cerrillo”, Mexico in magnetically quiet conditions. IV Latin-American Conference on Space Geophysics. Tucumán, Argentina.

    102.        Araujo-Pradere, E.A.(1995), Discussion of the E-layer Chapman index under quiet conditions. Mexican Geophysical Union (UGM), 1995 Annual Meeting. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

    103.        Araujo-Pradere, E.A., L. Lois-Menéndez, and H. Durand-Manterola (1995), Morphological characteristics of ionospheric E region over “El Cerrillo” station, Mexico in magnetically quiet conditions. XXI General Assembly of International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. Boulder, CO, USA.

    104.        Durand-Manterola, H., R. Meléndez-Venancio, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1994), Correlation of X rays flares with the temperature at ground in the minimum of solar activity. 8th International Solar Terrestrial Physics Scientific Program Committee. Sendai, Japan.

    105.        Meléndez-Venancio, R., H. Durand-Manterola, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1994), A correlation of terrestrial temperature with SMM observations in UV. 8th International Solar Terrestrial Physics Scientific Program Committee. Sendai, Japan.

    106.        Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1993), Ionospheric seasonal variations over Cuba. III Latin-American Conference on Space Geophysics. Havana, Cuba.

    107.        Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1991), N(h) profiles over Cuba and their comparison with IRI results. II Latin-American Conference on Space Geophysics. Cuernavaca, Mexico.   

    108.        Lois-Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1991), Statistic evaluation of different hmF2 measurements. II Latin-American Conference on Space Geophysics. Cuernavaca, Mexico.

     

    Technical Reports:

    01.  Araujo-Pradere, E. A.(2010) Research to operations (R2O) Activities, a natural conclusion of research, Heliophysics decadal survey, white paper (http://www8.nationalacademies.org/SSBSurvey/publicviewHeliophysics.aspx).

    02.  Araujo-Pradere, E. A., and M. Husler (2008), US-Total Electron Content Operational Product, integrated documentation, Space Environment Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA.

    03.  Akmaev, R., E. Weatherhead, E. A. Araujo-Pradere, T. J. Fuller-Rowell, R. Viereck, and M. Codrescu (2006), Solar activity and long-term trends in the ionosphere (SALTI): A historic-data analysis and modeling study, NASA Technical Report, Document ID: 20050238484.

    04.  Fuller-Rowell, T. J., D. Robertson, A. Jacobson, E. A. Araujo-Pradere, C. Minter, and M. Codrescu (2005), US-TEC Validation, Space Environment Center and National Geodetic Survey, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA.

    05.  Araujo-Pradere, E. A., and M. Husler (2003), STORM Time Empirical Ionospheric Correction Model, Operations Guide, Space Environment Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA.

    06.  Hurtado, A., J. F. Valdés-Galicia, O. Musalem, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere (1996), Cosmic ray NM-64 neutron monitor data – VI, January - December 1995 and monthly graphs, Geophysical Institute, UNAM, Mexico.

    07.  Hurtado, A., J. F. Valdés-Galicia, O. Musalem, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere (1995), Cosmic ray NM-64 neutron monitor data - V. January - December 1994 and monthly graphs, Geophysical Institute, UNAM, Mexico.

    08.  Araujo-Pradere, E. A., and F. Gómez Rebollo (1994), F2-layer frequency bands over Mexico, Secretary of Communications and Transport, Mexico.

    09.  Menéndez, L., B. Lazo-Olazábal, and E. A. Araujo-Pradere (1991), Determination of hmF2 for Cuba during quiet magnetic conditions, Geophysical and Astronomy Institute, ACC, Cuba.

     

    Other Publications:

    01.  Valdés-Galicia, J.F., E.A. Araujo-Pradere (1996), Latin-American Directory of Space Geophysics Researchers. Latin American Association of Space Geophysics.

     

    Graduate Students:

    01.  Velazquez Jimenez, Maria T. (Co-Advisor, M.Sci. student, National Autonomous University of Mexico)

    02.  Montes-Lopez, Rebeca (Co-Advisor, PhD student, National Autonomous University of Mexico)

    03.  Lin, Chi-Yen (Co-Advisor, PhD student, National Central University of Taiwan)

    04.  Sun, Yang-Yi (Co-Advisor, PhD student, National Central University of Taiwan)

    05.  Maibe, Justin (Member Doctoral Committee, PhD Student, University of Colorado)

    06.  Montes-Lopez, Rebeca (Co-Advisor, MSci, National Autonomous University of Mexico. 2010)


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