Dr Timothy A Howard – Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

1. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, U.G. Schneck and C.R Alden, Challenging some contemporary views of coronal mass ejections, II: The case for absent filaments, Astrophys. J., 834, 86, 2017.
2017_Missing_Filament

2. Howard, T.A., and V.J Pizzo, Challenging some contemporary views of coronal mass ejections, I: The case for blast waves, Astrophys. J., 824, 92, 2016.
2016_Blast_Waves

3. Howard, T.A., K. Stovall, J. Dowell, G.B. Taylor, and S.M. White, Measuring the magnetic field of coronal mass ejections near the Sun using pulsars, Astrophys. J., 831, 208, 2016.
2016_Faraday_Rotation

4. Lavraud, B., Y. Liu, K. Segura, J. He, G. Qin, M. Temmer, J.-C. Vial, M. Xiong, J. Davies, A. Rouillard, R. Pinto, F. Auchere, R. Harrison, C. Eyles, W. Gan, P. Lamy, L. Xia, J. Eastwood, L. Kong, J. Wang, R. Wimmer-Schweingruber, S. Zhang, Q. Zong, J. Soucek, J. An, L. Prech, A. Zhang, P. Rochus, V. Bothmer, M. Janvier, M. Maksimovic, P. Escoubet, E. Kilpua, J. Tappin, R. Vainio, S. Poedts, M. Dunlop, N. Savani, N. Gopalswamy, S. Bale, G. Li, T. Howard, C. DeForest, D. Webb, N. Lugaz, S. Fuselier, J. Tallineau, D. Vrancken, and J. Fernandez, A small mission concept to the Sun-Earth Lagrangian L5 point for innovative solar, heliospheric and space weather science, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 146, 171-185, 2016.
2016_INSTANT

5. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, D.F. Webb, and J.A. Davies, The utility of polarized heliospheric imaging for space weather monitoring, Space Weather, 14, doi:10.1002/2015SW001286, 2015.
2015_DeForest_et_al-Space_Weather

6. DeForest, C.E., W.H. Matthaeus, T.A. Howard, and D.R. Rice, Turbulence in the solar wind measured with comet tail test particles, Astrophys. J., 812, 108, 2015.
2015_DeForest_turbulence

7. Howard, T.A., Regarding the detectability and measurement of coronal mass ejections, J. Space Weather Space Clim., 5, A22, 2015.
2015_SWSC

8. Howard, T.A., Measuring an eruptive prominence at large distances from the Sun, I: Ionization and early evolution, Astrophys. J., 806, 175, 2015.
2015_Howard_Prominence_1

9. Howard, T.A., Measuring an eruptive prominence at large distances from the Sun, II: Approaching 1 AU, Astrophys. J., 806, 176, 2015.
2015_Howard_Prominence_2

10. DeForest, C.E., and T.A. Howard, Feasibility of heliospheric imaging from near Earth, Astrophys. J., 804, 126, 2015.
2015_Cruddification

11. Howard, T.A., and C.E. DeForest, Observations of a solar wind domain boundary extending 1 AU from the Sun, Astrophys. J., 800, L25, 2015.
2015_Domain_Boundary

12. Howard, T.A., and C.E. DeForest, The formation and launch of a coronal mass ejection flux rope: A narrative based on observations, Astrophys. J., 796, 33, 2014.
2014_Flux_Rope

13. Lamb, D.A., T.A. Howard, and C.E. DeForest, Non-locality of the small-scale dynamo, Astrophys. J., 788, 7, 2014.
2014_Lamb

14. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and D.J. McComas, Inbound waves in the solar corona: a direct indicator of Alfven surface location, Astrophys. J., 787, 124, 2014.
2014_Alfven_Surface

15. Lamb, D.A., T.A. Howard, C.E. Parnell, and C.E. DeForest, Solar magnetic tracking. IV. How does magnetic flux die?, Astrophys. J., 774, 127, 2013.
2013_Lamb

16. Howard, T.A., M.M. Bisi, A. Buffington, J.M. Clover, M.P. Cooke, C.J. Eyles, P.P. Hick, P.E. Holladay, B.V. Jackson, J.C. Johnston, S.W. Kahler, T.A. Kuchar, D.R. Mizuno, A.J. Penny, S.D. Price, R.R. Radick, G.M. Simnett, S.J. Tappin, N.R. Waltham, and D.F. Webb, The Solar Mass Ejection Imager and its heliospheric imaging legacy, Space Sci. Rev., 180, 1-38, 2013.
2013_SMEI_Legacy

17. Webb, D.F., C. Mostl, B.V. Jackson, M.M. Bisi, T.A. Howard, T. Mulligan, E.A. Jensen, L.K. Jian, J.A. Davies, C.A. de Koning, Y. Liu, M. Temmer, J.M. Clover, C.J. Farrugia, R.A. Harrison, N. Nitta, D. Odstrcil, S.J. Tappin, and H.-S. Yu, Heliospheric imaging of 3-D density structures during the multiple coronal mass ejections of late July to early August 2010, Solar Phys., 285, 317, 2013.
2013_Webb_Aug2012

18. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and D.J. McComas, Tracking coronal features from the low corona to Earth: A quantitative analysis of the 2008-Dec-12 CME, Astrophys. J., 769, 43, 2013.
2013_Dec08_CME

19. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and S.J. Tappin, The Thomson surface: II. Polarization, Astrophys. J., 765, 44, 2013.
2012_TS_Paper_2

20. Howard, T.A., S.J. Tappin, D. Odstrcil, and C.E. DeForest, The Thomson surface: III. Tracking features in 3-D, Astrophys. J., 765, 45, 2013.
2012_TS_Paper_3

21. Howard, T.A., and R.A. Harrison, Stealth coronal mass ejections: A perspective, Solar Phys., 285, 269-280, 2013.
2013_Stealth_Review

22. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, and A.A. Reinard, White light observations of solar wind transients and comparison with auxiliary datasets, Astrophys. J., 754, 102, 2012.
2012_Events

23. Webb, D.F., and T.A. Howard, Coronal mass ejections: Observations, Living Rev. Phys., 9, 3, 2012.
2012_lrsp

24. Howard, T.A., and C.E. DeForest, The Thomson surface: I. Reality and myth, Astrophys. J., 752, 130, 2012.
2012_TS_Paper_1

25. Tappin, S.J., T.A. Howard, M.M. Hampson, R.N. Thompson, and C.E. Burns, On the autonomous detection of coronal mass ejections in heliospheric imager data, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A05103, doi:10.1029/2011JA017439, 2012.
2012_Tappin_AICMED

26. Howard, T.A., and C.E. DeForest, Inner heliospheric flux rope evolution via imaging of coronal mass ejections, Astrophys. J., 746, 64, 2012
2012_Flux_Rope

27. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and D.J. McComas, Disconnecting open solar magnetic flux, Astrophys. J., 745, 36, 2012.
2012_Disconnection

28. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and S.J. Tappin, Observations of detailed structure in the solar wind at 1 AU with STEREO/HI-2, Astrophys. J., 738, 103, 2011.
2011_DeForest

29. Howard, T.A., Three-dimensional reconstruction of coronal mass ejections using heliospheric imager data, J. Atmos. Solar Terr. Phys., 73, 1242-1253, 2011.
2011_JASTP_Review

30. Ravindra, B., and T.A. Howard, Comparison of energies between eruptive phenomena and magnetic field in AR 10930, Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 38, 147-163, 2010.
2010_Ravindra

31. Tappin, S.J., and T.A. Howard, Reconstructing CME structures from IPS observations using a phenomenological model, Solar Phys., 265, 159-186, 2010.
2010_IPS

32. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, The application of a new phenomenological coronal mass ejection model to space weather forecasting, Space Weather, 8, S07004, doi:10.1029/2009SW000531, 2010.
2010_TH_SPx

33. Mierla, M., B. Inhester, A. Antunes, Y. Boursier, J.P. Byrne, R. Colaninno, J. Davila, C.A. de Koning, P.T., Gallagher, S. Gissot, R.A. Howard, T.A. Howard, M. Kramar, P. Lamy, P.C. Liewer, S. Maloney, C. Marque, R.T.J. McAteer, T. Moran, L. Rodriguez, N. Srivastava, O.C. St. Cyr, G. Stenborg, M. Temmer, A. Thernisien, A. Vourlidas, M.J. West, B.E. Wood, and A.N. Zhukov, On the 3D reconstruction of coronal mass ejections using coronagraph data, Ann. Geophys., 28, 203-215, 2010.
2010_Mierla_angeo

34. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Interplanetary coronal mass ejections observed in the heliosphere: 1. Review of Theory, Space Sci. Rev., 147, 31-54, 2009.
2009_Paper1

35. Tappin, S.J., and T.A. Howard, Interplanetary coronal mass ejections observed in the heliosphere: 2. Model and data comparison, Space Sci. Rev., 147, 55-87, 2009.
2009_Paper2

36. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Interplanetary coronal mass ejections observed in the heliosphere: 3. Physical implications, Space Sci. Rev., 147, 89-110, 2009.
2009_Paper3

37. Tappin, S.J., and T.A. Howard, Direct observation of a corotating interaction region by three spacecraft, Astrophys. J., 702, 862-870, 2009.
2009_SMEI_CIR

38. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, C.D. Fry, T.A. Kuchar, D.R. Mizuno, J.C. Johnston, and B.V. Jackson, Studying geoeffective ICMEs between the Sun and Earth: Space weather implications of SMEI observations, Space Weather, 7, S05002, doi:10.1029/2008SW000409, 2009.
2009_Webb_SWx

39. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, C.D. Fry, T.A. Kuchar, D. Odstrcil, B.V. Jackson, M.M. Bisi, R.A. Harrison, J.S. Morrill, R.A. Howard, and J.C. Johnston, Study of CME propagation in the inner heliosphere: SMEI and STEREO HI observations of the January 2007 events, Solar Phys., 256, 239-269, 2009.
2009_Webb_SMEI

40. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Three-dimensional reconstruction of two solar coronal mass ejections using the STEREO spacecraft, Solar Phys., 252, 373-383, 2008.
2008_Stereo_3D

41. Howard, T.A., and G.M. Simnett, Interplanetary coronal mass ejections that are undetected by solar coronagraphs, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A08102, doi:10.1029/2007JA012920, 2008.
2008_Missing_CME

42. Kuchar, T.A., A. Buffington, C.N. Arge, P.P. Hick, T.A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, J.C. Johnston, D.R. Mizuno, S.J. Tappin, and D.F. Webb, Observations of a comet tail disruption induced by the passage of a CME, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A04101, doi:10.1029/2007JA012603, 2008.
2008_SMEI_Comets

43. Howard, T.A., D. Nandy, and A.C. Koepke, The kinematic properties of solar coronal mass ejections: Correction for projection effects in spacecraft coronagraph measurements, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A01104, doi:10.1029/2007JA012500, 2008.
2008_CDAW_Correct

44. Howard, T.A., C.D. Fry, J.C. Johnston, and D.F. Webb, On the evolution of coronal mass ejections in the interplanetary medium, Astrophys. J., 667, 610-626, 2007.
2007_2_Events_Final

45. Qiu, J., Q. Hu, T.A. Howard, and V.B. Yurchyshyn, On the magnetic flux budget in low-corona magnetic reconnection and interplanetary coronal mass ejections, Astrophys. J., 659, 758-772, 2007.
2007_Flux_Budget

46. Webb, D.F., D.R. Mizuno, A. Buffington, M.P. Cooke, C.J. Eyles, C.D. Fry, L.C. Gentile, P.P. Hick, P.E. Holladay, T.A. Howard, J.G. Hewitt, B.V. Jackson, J.C. Johnston, T.A. Kuchar, J.B. Mozer, S. Price, R.R. Radick, G.M. Simnett, and S.J. Tappin, Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) observations of CMEs in the heliosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A12101, doi:10.1029/2006JA011655, 2006.
2006_Webb_SMEI_CME

47. Howard, T.A., Reply to Comment by N. Gopalswamy et al. on Interplanetary shocks unconnected with earthbound coronal mass ejections, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L11109, doi:10.1029/2005GL025233, 2006.
2006_DefenceNoHCMEs

48. Howard, T.A., D.F. Webb, S.J. Tappin, D.R. Mizuno, and J.C. Johnston, Tracking interplanetary transients and space weather forecasting using the Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI), J. Geophys. Res., 111, A04105, doi:10.1029/2005JA011349, 2006.
2006_SMEIHalo

49. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Earthbound interplanetary shocks unconnected with halo coronal mass ejections, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L14106, doi:10.1029/2005GL023056, 2005.
2005_NoHCMEs

50. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Statistical survey of earthbound interplanetary shocks, associated coronal mass ejections and their space weather consequences, Astron. Astrophys., 440, 373-383, 2005.
2005_Shock_CMEs

51. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, Ground observations of high-latitude Pc3-4 ULF waves, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A04205, doi:10.1029/2004ja010417, 2005.
2005_Pc3

52. Howard, T.A., and R.A. Harrison, On the coronal mass ejection onset and coronal dimming, Solar Phys., 219, 315-342, 2004.
2004_Dimming

53. Howard, T.A., The generation and propagation of Pc 3-4 ULF waves at high latitudes, PhD Thesis, University of Newcastle, Australia, 2003.
2003_ThesisTH

54. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, Propagation of 10-50 mHz ULF waves with high spatial coherence at high latitudes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 231-234, 2001.
2001_Pc3

55. Howard, T.A., F.W. Menk, and R.J. Morris, Propagation of Pc3-4 pulsations in the conjugate polar magnetospheres, ANARE Res. Rep., 146, 341, 2001.

 

Other Publications / Presentations

1. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, R.A. Howard, & A. Tenerani, Imaging the Transition from Corona to Solar Wind, Paper presented at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Meeting #47, Boulder, CO, 102.05, 2016.

2. Howard, T.A., Measurements of an Eruptive Prominence at Large Distances from the Sun, SHINE Workshop, July 2015.

3. Howard, T.A., & C.E. DeForest, Heliospheric imaging: The Status Quo and Future, HELCATS 1st Annual Workshop, Goettingen, Germany, May 2015.

4. Howard, T.A., & C.E. DeForest, Heliospheric imaging at L5, L5 Consortium Meeting, London, UK, May 2015.

5. Howard, T.A., Towards inserting magnetic ejecta into a space weather model: Progress report, Bz Workshop, Boulder, April 2015.

6. DeForest, C., W. Matthaeus, & T. Howard, Measuring the Turbulent Solar Wind, Paper presented at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, #108.06, April 2015.

7. Howard, T.A., Eruptive prominences: The honey badgers of the solar corona? Boulder Solar Day, Boulder, March 2015.

8. Howard, T.A., Space Weather and Coronal Mass Ejections, Springerbriefs in Science and Astronomy, London, 2014.
Book

9. DeForest, C., T. Howard, G. Laurent, & J. Diller, DELPHI: A pathfinder to LCAS on board the International Space Station, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Abstract SH53B-4232, December 2014.

10. Howard, T.A., & C.E. DeForest, The launch and evolution of a coronal mass ejection flux rope, LWS Workshop, Portland, October 2014.

11. DeForest, C.E., & T.A. Howard, The future of heliospheric imaging, LWS Workshop, Portland, October 2014.

12. Howard, T.A., Processing and analyzing images of coronal mass ejections, Solar Imaging Processing Workshop, La Roche en Ardenne, August, 2014.

13. Howard, T.A., Processing and analyzing images of coronal mass ejections, Solar Imaging Processing Workshop, La Roche en Ardenne, August, 2014.

14. DeForest, C., & T.A. Howard. “Understanding CME Propagation through Combined Imaging and In-Situ Measurements.” Paper presented at the 40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Moscow, Russia, Abstract D2.5-28-14, August, 2014.

15. DeForest, C., B. Matthaeus, & T.A. Howard. “The Turbulent Origin of the Slow Solar Wind.” Paper presented at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Meeting 224, Boston, MA, #323.63, June, 2014.

16. DeForest, C., D. McComas, & T.A. Howard. “Observing MHD Waves in the Solar Wind Acceleration Region.” Paper presented at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Meeting 224, Boston, MA, #408.01, June, 2014.

17. Howard, T.A., & C.E. DeForest, Observations of the Onset and Launch of a Pre-Existing CME Flux Rope, EOS Trans AGU, 94, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41A-2161, December 2013.

18. DeForest, C.E., & T.A. Howard, Polarized Heliospheric Imaging: Lessons, Benefits, Challenges, and Status, EOS Trans AGU, 94, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH52A-05, December 2013.
19. Frahm, R.A., H.A. Elliott, J.D. Winningham, J.R. Sharber, C.E. DeForest, T.A. Howard, E.J. Kallio, S. McKenna-Lawlor, F. Duru, D.D. Morgan, A.J. Coates, D. Odstrcil, R.N. Lundin, Y. Futaana, Stanislav, and V. Barabash, Asymmetry of the Mars Ionosphere Boundary Altitude during a Solar Energetic Particle Event, EOS Trans AGU, 94, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P21A-1712, December 2013.

20. Lester, M., H.J. Opgenoorth, D.J. Andrews, E. Dubinin, N.J. Edberg, M. Fraenz, T.A. Howard, W.W. Kofman; L. Lei, R.J. Lillis, M. Matta, D.D. Morgan, H. Nilsson, A. Opitz, K. Peter, J.A. Wild, P. Withers, and O.G. Witasse, Reduced low energy electron counts and their relationship to crustal magnetic fields at Mars, EOS Trans AGU, 94, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P21A-1714, December 2013.

21. Elliot, H.A., R.A. Frahm, J. R. Sharber, T.A. Howard, D. Odstrcil, H.J. Opgenoorth, D. Andrew, O. Witasse, and M. Franz, The influence of corotating interaction regions and high speed streams on electrons in the martian magnetosheath and ionosphere , Proc. Solar Wind 13, AIP, Volume 1539, pp.390-393, 2013.

22. Frahm, R.A., J.R. Sharber, J.D. Winningham, H.A. Elliot, T.A. Howard, C.E. DeForest, D. Odstrcil, E. Kallio, S. McKenna-Lawlor, and S. Barabash, Solar energetic particle arrival at Mars due to the 27 January 2012 solar storm, Proc. Solar Wind 13, AIP, Volume 1539, pp.394-397, 2013.

23. Frahm, R.A., J.R. Sharber, J.D. Winningham, H.A. Elliot, T.A. Howard, C.E. DeForest, D. Odstrcil, E. Kallio, S. McKenna-Lawlor, and S. Barabash, The coronal mass ejection interaction with the induced magnetosphere of Mars due to the 27 January 2012 solar storm, Proc. Solar Wind 13, AIP, Volume 1539, pp.398-401, 2013.

24. Howard, T.A., and C.E. DeForest, The Launch and Early Evolution of a CME Flux Rope, American Astronomical Society, SPD meeting #44, Abstract 100.14, 2013.

25. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, and D. Odstrcil, Remotely Measuring Features in the Solar Wind Using Polarimetry, American Astronomical Society, SPD meeting #44, Abstract 100.124, 2013.

26. DeForest, C., T.A. Howard, and W.H. Matthaeus, Imaging the Inner Boundary of the Solar Wind, American Astronomical Society, SPD meeting #44, Abstract 100.131, 2013.

27. DeForest, C., and T.A. Howard, STEREO/SECCHI Level 2 Heliospheric Data: Status and Availability, American Astronomical Society, SPD meeting #44, Abstract 100.132, 2013.

28. DeForest, C., T.A. Howard, and W.H. Mattheaus, Imaging the Variable Solar Wind, AGU Meeting of the Americas, Abstract SH31B-07, 2013.

29. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, S.J. Tappin, and D. Odstrcil, Exploring Polarized Heliospheric Imaging, AGU Meeting of the Americas, Abstract SH42B-01, 2013.

30. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, and D. Odstrcil, The detectability of features in unpolarized and polarized heliospheric imagers, SHINE Workshop, 2013.

31. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, and D.J. McComas, The onset, evolution, and solar connectivity of a slow coronal mass ejection, SHINE Workshop, 2013.

32. Frahm, R.A., T. Howard, C. DeForest, D. Odstrcil, E. Kallio, S. Mckenna-Lawler, S. Barabash, J.D. Winningham, J.R. Sharber, and H.A. Elliot, Plasma Characteristic Determination During the Coronal Mass Ejection Associated with the January 27, 2012 Solar Storm, EGU Gen. Assem., Vienna, Austria, p.4062, April, 2013.

33. Elliot, H., R. Frahm, J. Sharber, T. Howard, D. Odstrcil, H. Opgenoorth, D. Andrews, O. Witasse, and M. Franz, The Influence of Corotating Interaction Regions and High Speed Streams on Electrons in the Martian Magnetosheath and Ionosphere, EGU Gen. Assem., Vienna, Austria, p.14060, April, 2013.

34. Lester, M., H. Opgenoorth, D. Andrews, E. Dubinin, N. Edberg, M. Fraenz, T. Howard, W. Kofman, L. Lei, R. Lillis, M. Matta, D. Morgan, H. Nilsson, A. Opitz, K. Peter, J. Wild, P. Withers, and O. Witasse, Electron “holes” and crustal magnetic fields at Mars, EGU Gen. Assem., Vienna, Austria, id. EGU2013-10309, April 2013.

35. Withers, P., M. Matta, M. Lester, D. Andrews, N. Edberg, H. Nilsson, H. Opgenoorth, E. Dubinin, M. Fraenz, T. Howard, W. Kofman, L. Lei, R. Lillis, D. Morgan, M. Paetzold, K. Peter, A. Optiz, O. Witasse, and J. Wild, EGU Gen. Assem., Vienna, Austria, id. EGU2013-11798, April, 2013.

36. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, J. Tappin, and D. Odstrcil, Revelations on Heliospheric Imaging of Polarized Light, EOS Trans AGU, 93, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41B-2103, December 2012.

37. DeForest, C., and T.A. Howard, Imaging the Origins of Solar Wind Variability, EOS Trans AGU, 93, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH52A-08, December 2012.

38. DeForest, C., and T.A. Howard. “Observations of Solar Eruptions in the Heliosphere.” EOS Trans AGU, 93, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH54A-01, December 2012.

39. Elliott, H. A., R. A. Frahm, J. R. Sharber, T. A. Howard, D. Odstrcil, H. J. Opgenoorth, D. Andrews, O. G. Witasse, and M. Fränz, “The Influence of Corotating Interaction Regions On Electrons in the Martian Magnetosheath and Ionosphere,” Presented at Solar Wind 13, Kona, Hawaii, June 2012.

40. Frahm, R. A. J. R. Sharber, J. D. Winningham, H. A. Elliott, T. A. Howard, C. E. DeForest, D. Odstrcil, E. Kallio, S. McKenna-Lawler, and S. Barabash, “Solar Energetic Particle Arrival at Mars due to the 27 January 2012 Solar Storm,” Presented at Solar Wind 13, Kona, Hawaii, June 2012.

41. Frahm, R. A. J. R. Sharber, J. D. Winningham, H. A. Elliott, T. A. Howard, C. E. DeForest, D. Odstrcil, E. Kallio, S. McKenna-Lawler, and S. Barabash, “The Coronal Mass Ejection interaction with the Induced Magnetosphere of Mars due to the 27 January 2012 Solar Storm,” Presented at Solar Wind 13, Kona, Hawaii, June 2012b.

42. DeForest, C.E., and T.A. Howard, Imaging solar wind structures, Boulder Solar Day, March 2012.

43. DeForest, C.E. and T.A. Howard, Imaging the solar wind in the corona and heliosphere, From the Heliosphere Into the Sun Meeting, Bad Honnef, February 2012.

44. Howard, T., Coronal Mass Ejections: An Introduction, Springer, New York, 2011.
(Book)

45. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, A.A. Reinard, and S.J. Tappin, Flux ropes and small-scale interplanetary transients – New revelations from STEREO/SECCHI, EOS Trans. AGU, 92, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH23C-1966, December 2011.

46. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and W.H. Matthaeus, Imaging the turbulent solar wind with STEREO/SECCHI, EOS Trans. AGU, 92, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH44B-02, December 2011.

47. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest and A.A. Reinard, The evolution of coronal mass ejections and large solar wind structures, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 43, 13.08, December 2011.

48. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and S.J. Tappin, Imaging the solar wind at 1 AU (with STEREO/HI-2), Bull. American Astron. Soc., 43, 14.02, 2011.

49. Webb, D., and T. Howard, Utilizing heliospheric imagers to improve space weather forecasting, IUGG 2011, June – July 2011.

50. Howard, T.A., Heliospheric Imaging, Data processing and future plans, Second Remote Sensing of the Inner Heliosphere Workshop, Aberystwyth, June 2011.

51. Webb, D.F., M.M. Bisi, C. Davis, C.A. de Koning, R.A. Harrison, T.A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, J.C. Johnston, E. Kilpua, T. Kuchar, C. Moestl, and J. Tappin, Studying and forecasting CMEs using combined imaging and in-situ data from STEREO, SOHO, SMEI, L1 and SDO, LWS/SDO Workshop, Squaw Valley, CA, April 2011.

52. Webb, D.F., M.M. Bisi, T.A. Kuchar, S.J. Tappin, T.A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, J.M. Clover, E.A. Jensen, T. Skov, and J.A. Davies, Overview of Analyses & Predictions of the 1-5 August 2010 Events Using SMEI & HI Data & Modelling, Scientific workshop II on the August 1-4 2010 solar eruptions, University of Graz, Austria, April 2011.

53. Howard, T.A., Space weather forecasting using heliospheric images of coronal mass ejections, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, April 2011.

54. DeForest, C.E., T.A. Howard, and S.J. Tappin, Imaging solar wind structures at 1 AU with STEREO/HI-2, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, April 2011.

55. Odstrcil, D., C. DeForest, T. Howard, B. Jackson, V. Pizzo, and A. Rouillard, Numerical heliospheric simulations of transient disturbances and their appearance in white-light imagers, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, April 2011.

56. Howard, T.A., Scientific revelations arising from heliospheric images of coronal mass ejections, Boulder Solar Day, Boulder, CO, March 2011.

57. Howard, T.A., The major causes of space weather and how to detect them, Solar Observer, 1, 8-11, 2010.
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58. Thompson, R.N., T.A. Howard, M.M. Hampson, and S.J. Tappin, The automatic detection and tracking of interplanetary coronal mass ejections (CMEs) using heliospheric imager data, EOS Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41A-1772, December 2010.

59. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Scientific Revelations About Coronal Mass Ejections Using Heliospheric Imagers and STEREO In-Situ Data, EOS Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41A-1776, December 2010.

60. Webb, D.F., E.V. Cliver, N.V. Nitta, G.D. Attrill, K. Marubashi, T.A. Howard, J. Tappin, and B.V. Jackson, End-to-End Observations and Modeling of the 17-21 January 2010 CME/ICME, EOS Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41A-1778, December 2010.

61. Deforest, C.E., T.A. Howard, C. Kief, and the Chime Mission Development Team, A Microsatellite Heliospheric Imaging Network for Science and Space Weather, EOS Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41A-1779, December 2010.

62. Romashets, E., M. Vandas and T. Howard, Magnetic clouds observed by STEREO, EOS Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH51C-1693, December 2010.

63. Webb, D.F., J.C. Johnston, T.A. Kuchar, J. Tappin, and T.A. Howard, Forecasting Earth Arrivals of CMEs with Heliospheric Imagers, EOS Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH54D-05, December 2010.

64. Howard, T.A. and S.J. Tappin, Scientific Revelations Using Heliospheric Imager Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 42, 882, 2010.

65. DeForest, C., T. Howard, J. Dickinson, J. Aguayo, M. Epperly, C. Kief, A. Reinard, and J. Tappin, The cubesat heliospheric imaging experiment for space weather prediction, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 42, 859, 2010.

66. DeForest, C., J. Dickinson, J. Aguayo, J. Andrews, M. Epperly, T. Howard, J. Peterson, J. Alvarez, M. Pilcher, C. Kief, S. Suddarth, and J. Tappin, The CubeSat Heliospheric Imaging Experiment (CHIME), 24th Ann. AIAA/USU Conf. on Small Satellites, Logan, Utah, August 2010.

67. Johnston, J.C., T.A. Kuchar, D. F. Webb and T.A. Howard, Space Weather Forecasting Laboratory: Constructing a Hybrid CME Forecast Methodology, The Meeting of the Americas, Foz do Iguassu, Brazil, Abstract SH42A-02, p.39, August 2010.

68. Howard, T., The nature of coronal mass ejections: heliospheric properties and relation to in-situ properties, SHINE Workshop Discussion Session, Santa Fe, August 2010.

69. Howard, T.A., C.E. DeForest, and S.J. Tappin, The utility of heliospheric imagers for space weather forecasting, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder CO, April 2010.

70. DeForest, C.E., T. Howard, M. Epperly, J. Dickinson, C. Keif, and the CHIME Team, The cubesat heliospheric imaging experiment (CHIME), Space Weather Workshop, Boulder CO, April 2010.

71. Howard, T.A., The three-dimensional reconstruction of coronal mass ejections from heliospheric imagers, Boulder Solar Day, Boulder CO, March 2010.

72. Webb, D.F., N. Nitta, G.D.R. Attrill, K. Marubashi, T.A. Howard, S.J. Tappin, and B.V. Jackson, CME observations involving a coronal wave and magnetic cloud, SECCHI Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, January 2010.

73. Webb, D.F., D. Biesecker, T.A. Howard, J.G. Luhmann, Y. Li, A.B. Galvin, R.A. Howard and B.V. Jackson , CMEs in the Heliosphere Observed with Combined Imaging and In-situ Data from LASCO, STEREO and SMEI, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 41, 855, 2009.

74. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Reconstructing the 3-D structure of ICMEs: Physical and forecasting implications, EOS Trans. AGU, 90, Fall Meet Suppl. Abstract SH43A-03, December 2009.

75. Webb, D.F., A.B. Galvin, N. Gopalswamy, T.A. Howard, A.A. Reinard, B. Jackson, and C. Davis, The 26 April 2008 CME; a Case Study Tracking a CME into the Heliosphere, EOS Trans. AGU, 90, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH41A-1640, p. 319, December 2009.

76. Menk, F.W., and T.A. Howard, Travelling waves and resonances: Pc3 sources at high latitudes, EOS Trans. AGU, 90, Fall Meet Suppl. Abstract SM53B-1393, December 2009.

77. Singer, H.J., A new class of coronal mass ejections, Space Weather Quarterly, 5, 12, 2008. (Editor’s Choice: A highlight of the Howard & Simnett JGR paper).

78. Howard, T.A., and S.J. Tappin, Recreating the three-dimensional structure of interplanetary coronal mass ejections, EOS Trans. AGU, 89, Fall Meet Suppl. Abstract SH13B-1531, December 2008.

79. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, and J.S. Morrill, Study of the propagation of CMEs in the inner heliosphere using SMEI and SECCHI-HI data, SECCHI workshop, Meudon, April 2008.

80. Howard, T.A., D.F. Webb, and J.C. Johnston, ICME Evolution Characteristics in the Inner Heliosphere Observed Using SMEI and STEREO/SECCHI/HI Data, EOS Trans. AGU, 88, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SH32A-078, December 2007.

81. Webb, D.F., T. A. Howard, T. A. Kuchar, J. S. Morrill, D. Ostricil, R. A. Harrison, C. J. Eyles, R. A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, and J.C. Johnston, Study of CME Propagation in the Inner Heliosphere, STEREO SWG #17, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, November 2007.

82. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, T.A. Kuchar, J.S. Morrill, R.A. Harrison, C.J. Eyles, R.A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, and J.C. Johnston, Study of CME propagation in the inner heliosphere, Intl. CAWSES Symposium, Kyoto, Japan, p19, October 2007.

83. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, T.A. Kuchar, J.S. Morrill, R.A. Harrison, C.J. Eyles, R.A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, and J.C. Johnston, Study of CME Propagation in the Inner Heliosphere, Living With a Star science meeting, Sept. 2007, Boulder, CO. Abstract booklet, p23, September 2007.

84. Qiu, J., Q. Hu, T.A. Howard, and V.B. Yurchyshyn, On the magnetic flux budget in low-corona magnetic reconnection and interplanetary magnetic flux ropes, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 39, 142, 2007. (at AAS/SPD meeting, Honolulu, May 2007).

85. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, T.A. Kuchar, J.S. Morrill, R.A. Harrison, C.J. Eyles, R.A. Howard, and J.C. Johnston, First Combined CME Observations: LASCO, SMEI & STEREO SECCHI HIs, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 39, 244, 2007. (at AAS/SPD meeting, Honolulu, May 2007).

86. Webb, D. F., T.A. Howard, B.V. Jackson, and J. C. Johnston, SMEI Observations of ICMEs Driving CDAW Storms, LWS Geostorm CDAW and Conference, Florida Inst. of Tech., March 2007.

87. Howard, T.A., J.C. Johnston, and D.F. Webb, Coronal Mass Evolution in the Inner Heliosphere – Geometry and Speed, EOS Trans. AGU, 87, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH32A-04, December 2006.

88. Kuchar, T.A., A. Buffington, T.A. Howard, C.N. Arge, D.F. Webb, B.V. Jackson, and P.P. Hick, The Evolution of Comets in the Heliosphere as Observed by SMEI, EOS Trans. AGU, 87, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH32A-08, December 2006

89. Qiu, J., Q. Hu, T.A. Howard, V.B. Yurchyshyn, On the Magnetic Flux Budget in Low-Corona Magnetic Reconnection and Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections, EOS Trans. AGU, 87, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH33B-0406, December 2006

90. Simnett, G.M., and T.A. Howard, Coronal Mass Ejections Seen by SMEI Which Are Not Observed By LASCO: Analysis and Interpretation, EOS Trans. AGU, 87, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH32A-05, December 2006.

91. Simnett, G.M., and T.A. Howard, The Evolution of a Small, Faint Coronal Mass Ejection Into an Interplanetary Transient, EOS Trans. AGU, 87, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH33A-0400, December 2006.

92. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, J.C. Johnston, and C.D. Fry, SMEI Observations and Space Weather Forecasting, EOS Trans. AGU, 87, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract SH33A-0394, December 2006.

93. Howard, T.A., and J.C. Johnston, A Study of the Evolution of Coronal Mass Ejections Into Interplanetary Space Using SOHO and SMEI, Bull. American Astron. Soc., 38, 238, 2006. (at AAS/SPD meeting, Univ. New Hampshire, 2006).

94. Webb, D.F., T.A. Howard, J.C. Johnston, C.D. Fry, and D.R. Mizuno, SMEI Observations of Earthward-Directed CMEs and Space Weather, Space Weather Week, S-20, April 2006 .

95. Johnston, J.C., D.F. Webb, C.D. Fry, J.B. Mozer, T.A. Kuchar, D.R. Mizuno, and T.A. Howard, Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections from the Solar Mass Ejection Imager and Space Weather Implications, IAU Symposium 233, March 2006.

96. Webb, D., D. Mizuno, G. Simnett, T. Howard, B. Jackson, J. Johnston, and J. Tappin, CMEs Observed in the Heliosphere by SMEI, Solar Wind11/SOHO-16 Meeting, June 2005.

97. Johnston, J.C., D.R. Mizuno, D.F. Webb, T.A. Kuchar, and T.A. Howard, Tracking Coronal Mass Ejections with a Heliospheric Imager, EOS Trans. AGU, 86, Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract SH52A-03, AGU Spring Meeting, May 2005.

98. Howard, T.A., G.M. Simnett, I.M. Robinson, and S.J. Tappin, Earthbound and Geoeffective CMEs Observed by the Solar Mass Ejection Imager, EOS Trans. AGU, 85, Fall Meet Suppl. Abstract SH11A-04, December 2004.

99. Menk, F.W., and T.A. Howard, Deducing Properties of the Magnetosphere using High Latitude Pc 3-4 Pulsations, IUGG Conference, Sapporo, Japan, July 2003.

100. Harrison, R.A., T.A. Howard, and G.M. Simnett, Coronal Dimming and the Relationship to Coronal Mass Ejections, EOS Trans. AGU, 83, Fall Meet Suppl. Abstract SH52A-0485, December 2002.

101. Howard, T.A., F.W. Menk, P.V. Ponomarenko, C.L. Waters, and B.J. Fraser, The Generation and Propagation of Pc 3-4 ULF Waves at High Latitudes, EOS Trans. AGU, 83, Fall Meet Suppl. Abstract SM11C-0452, December 2002.

102. Howard, T.A., and G.M. Simnett, Coronal Dimming and Their Relationship With Coronal Mass Ejections, VIth Hvar Astrophysical Colloquium, Hvar, October 2002.

103. Howard, T.A., and F.W Menk, The Generation and Propagation of Pc 3-4 ULF Waves at High Latitudes, IAGA/IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly, Hanoi, August 2001.

104. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, The Propagation of ULF (10-50 mHz) Waves Into the High Latitude Magnetosphere, 14th AIP National Congress, University of Adelaide, December 2000.

105. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, The Generation and Propagation of Pc 3-4 (10-50 mHz) Waves in the High Latitude Magnetosphere, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sappero, October 2000.

106. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, High Latitude ULF Wave Propagation at High Latitudes: Pc 3-4 (10-50 mHz), S-RAMP Conference, La Trobe University, September 1999.

107. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, Propagation of Pc3-4 Pulsations at High Latitudes, IUGG Conference, Birmingham, July 1999.

108. Howard, T.A., and F.W. Menk, Generation and Propagation of Pc 3-4 pulsations at high latitudes, AIP National Congress, Perth, September, 1998.