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Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project

WANG Chi CHEN Zhiqing XU Jiyao

WANG Chi, CHEN Zhiqing, XU Jiyao. Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project[J]. 空间科学学报, 2020, 40(5): 679-690. doi: 10.11728/cjss2020.05.679
引用本文: WANG Chi, CHEN Zhiqing, XU Jiyao. Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project[J]. 空间科学学报, 2020, 40(5): 679-690. doi: 10.11728/cjss2020.05.679
WANG Chi, CHEN Zhiqing, XU Jiyao. Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project[J]. Journal of Space Science, 2020, 40(5): 679-690. doi: 10.11728/cjss2020.05.679
Citation: WANG Chi, CHEN Zhiqing, XU Jiyao. Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project[J]. Journal of Space Science, 2020, 40(5): 679-690. doi: 10.11728/cjss2020.05.679

Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project

doi: 10.11728/cjss2020.05.679
基金项目: 

Supported by the Open Research Project of Large Research Infrastructures of Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Study on the Interaction between Low/Mid-latitude Atmosphere and Ionosphere Based on the Chinese Meridian Project, and the Chinese Meridian Project

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    作者简介:

    WANG Chi,E-mail:cw@spaceweather.ac.cn

  • 中图分类号: P35

Recent Advances in Research of the Chinese Meridian Project

Funds: 

Supported by the Open Research Project of Large Research Infrastructures of Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Study on the Interaction between Low/Mid-latitude Atmosphere and Ionosphere Based on the Chinese Meridian Project, and the Chinese Meridian Project

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    Author Bio:

    WANG Chi,E-mail:cw@spaceweather.ac.cn

  • 摘要: The Chinese Meridian Project is a ground-based space environment monitoring facility in China. The first phase of the project has been put into formal operation since 2012 after 4-year's construction. It consists of 15 observatories located roughly along 120°E longitude and 30°N latitude, with each observatory equipped with multiple instruments to monitor space environment. Based on the huge observational data accumulated, significant scientific achievements have been made with more than 300 peer-reviewed journal papers published. In this report, scientific results from the past two years have been reviewed with topics covering fields of geomagnetic, atmosphere, ionosphere, and their responses to solar activities. The excellent achievements from the Phase I of Chinese Meridian Project lay a good foundation for Phase II, which has already been approved with the official kick-off of construction in November 2019. It will conceive an unprecedented contribution to global space weather community from China.

     

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  • 收稿日期:  2020-03-16
  • 刊出日期:  2020-09-15

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