Simulation results of the Magnetodisc models have been provided by the Planetary Space Weather Services through their public Online Runs system. Magnetodisc is a service developed by UCL and CNRS / IRAP / CDPP for the Planetary Space Weather Services of the Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure (grant agreement No 654208). The original Magnetodisc model was developed by N. Achilleos, P. Guio, and C.S. Arridge at UCL.
Magnetodisc Publications Policy
These data / model outputs are the intellectual property of University College London. They can be accessed on request via the Europlanet H2020 RI VESPA and PSWS services, and / or by contacting any of the authors of the first publication cited above (Achilleos, Guio and Arridge (2010)).
The data may be used freely for the purpose of teaching, non-commercial research and scientific presentations, provided the sources are acknowledged as follows:
- A reference to the URL for either or both of these services (i.e. http://vespa.obspm.fr and / or http://magnetodisc.irap.omp.eu); and
- A reference to the above publications by Achilleos, Guio and Arridge (2010), and / or Sorba et al. (2017) as dictated by the context of the research. Any further distribution of these data, including installation in any database, should be firstly discussed and agreed with UCL;
- A reference to the Planetary Space Weather Services of the Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654208.
Please also notify the Planetary Space Weather Services by emailing email@example.com (for tracking purposes for our institutional sponsors).
In addition, for the purpose of publication, the user may wish to offer co-authorship, or model owners may request co-authorship at their discretion.