Martin A. Reiss
Martin A. Reiss
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Verified email at oeaw.ac.at
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Strong coronal channelling and interplanetary evolution of a solar storm up to Earth and Mars
C Möstl, T Rollett, RA Frahm, YD Liu, DM Long, RC Colaninno, MA Reiss, ...
Nature Communications 6 (1), 1-10, 2015
902015
Verification of high‐speed solar wind stream forecasts using operational solar wind models
MA Reiss, M Temmer, AM Veronig, L Nikolic, S Vennerstrom, ...
Space Weather 14 (7), 495-510, 2016
392016
Preconditioning of interplanetary space due to transient CME disturbances
M Temmer, MA Reiss, L Nikolic, SJ Hofmeister, AM Veronig
The Astrophysical Journal 835 (2), 141, 2017
292017
Modeling observations of solar coronal mass ejections with heliospheric imagers verified with the Heliophysics System Observatory
C Möstl, A Isavnin, PD Boakes, EKJ Kilpua, JA Davies, RA Harrison, ...
Space Weather 15 (7), 955-970, 2017
272017
Characteristics of low-latitude coronal holes near the maximum of solar cycle 24
SJ Hofmeister, A Veronig, MA Reiss, M Temmer, S Vennerstrom, B Vršnak, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 835 (2), 268, 2017
212017
Improvements on coronal hole detection in SDO/AIA images using supervised classification
MA Reiss, SJ Hofmeister, R De Visscher, M Temmer, AM Veronig, ...
Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate 5, A23, 2015
202015
Coronal hole evolution from multi-viewpoint data as input for a STEREO solar wind speed persistence model
M Temmer, J Hinterreiter, MA Reiss
Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate 8, A18, 2018
122018
Identification of coronal holes and filament channels in SDO/AIA 193Å images via geometrical classification methods
M Reiss, M Temmer, T Rotter, SJ Hofmeister, AM Veronig
Central European Astrophysical Bulletin 38 (2), 95-104, 2014
122014
Noise dependency of algorithms for calculating fractal dimensions in digital images
MA Reiss, N Sabathiel, H Ahammer
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 78, 39-46, 2015
112015
Forecasting the Ambient Solar Wind with Numerical Models. I. On the Implementation of an Operational Framework
MA Reiss, PJ MacNeice, LM Mays, CN Arge, C Möstl, L Nikolic, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 240 (2), 35, 2019
102019
Ensemble prediction of a halo coronal mass ejection using heliospheric imagers
T Amerstorfer, C Möstl, P Hess, M Temmer, ML Mays, MA Reiss, ...
Space Weather 16 (7), 784-801, 2018
102018
Tug-of-war lacunarity—A novel approach for estimating lacunarity
MA Reiss, B Lemmerer, A Hanslmeier, H Ahammer
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 26 (11), 113102, 2016
72016
Coronal holes detection using supervised classification
V Delouille, SJ Hofmeister, MA Reiss, B Mampaey, M Temmer, A Veronig
Machine learning techniques for space weather, 365-395, 2018
62018
Is a two-dimensional generalization of the Higuchi algorithm really necessary?
H Ahammer, N Sabathiel, MA Reiss
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 25 (7), 073104, 2015
42015
Forecasting the Ambient Solar Wind with Numerical Models. II. An Adaptive Prediction System for Specifying Solar Wind Speed near the Sun
MA Reiss, PJ MacNeice, K Muglach, CN Arge, C Möstl, P Riley, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 891 (2), 165, 2020
12020
A Computationally Efficient, Time-Dependent Model of the Solar Wind for Use as a Surrogate to Three-Dimensional Numerical Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations
M Owens, M Lang, L Barnard, P Riley, M Ben-Nun, CJ Scott, M Lockwood, ...
Solar Physics 295 (3), 1-17, 2020
12020
Validation of solar wind high-speed stream predictions
M Reiss, M Temmer, A Veronig, L Nikolic, F Schöngassner, ...
EGUGA, EPSC2016-4615, 2016
2016
Differentiation between coronal holes and filament channels from SDO image data using machine learning algorithms
M Reiss, S Hofmeister, R DeVisscher, M Temmer, A Veronig, V Delouille, ...
EGUGA, 266, 2015
2015
Preconditioning of interplanetary space due to transient CME disturbances View all abstracts by submitter
M Temmer, MA Reiss, L Nikolic, SJ Hofmeister, AM Veronig
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