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Göker, U. D., M. Sh. Gigolashvili, and N. Kapanadze (2017). Solar Spectral Irradiance Variability of Some Chromospheric Emission Lines Through the Solar Activity Cycles 21-23. Serbian Astronomical J., Feb. 2017, doi: 10.2298/SAJ160126001G.


Ball, W. T., J. D. Haigh, E. V. Rozanov, A. Kuchar, T. Sukhodolov, F. Tummon, A. V. Shapiro, and W. Schmutz (2016). High Solar Cycle Spectral Variations Inconsistent with Stratospheric Zone Observations. Nature, 9, 3, 206-209. doi: 10.1038/ngeo2640.

Ball, W. T., W. Schmutz, A. Fehlmann, W. Finsterle, and B. Walter (2016). Assessing the beginning to the end-of-mission sensitivity change of the PREcision MOnitor Sensor total solar irradiance radiometer (PREMOS/PICARD), J. Space Weather & Space Climate, 6, 27, A32, doi: 10.1051/swsc/2016026.

Bolsée, D., et al. (2016).  SOLAR/SOLSPEC Mission on ISS: In-flight performance for SSI measurements in the UV, A&A, doi: 10.1051/0004-6361/201628234.

Cessateur, G., et al. (2016). Solar Irradiance Observations with PREMOS Filter Radiometers on the PICARD Mission:  In-flight performance and data release. A&A, 588, id.A126. doi:  10.1051/0004-6361/201527577.

Chiodo, G., and L. M. Polvani, Reduction of climate sensitivity to solar forcing due to stratospheric ozone feedback, J. of Climate, 29, 12, 4651-4663, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0721.1, June 2016.

Coddington, O., J. L. Lean, P. Pilewskie, M. Snow, and D. Lindholm (2016).  A Solar Irradiance Climate Data Record, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 97, 1265, doi: BAMS-D-14-00265.1.

Danilovic, S., S. K. Solanki, W. Livingston, N. Krivova, and I. Vince, Variation of the Mn I 539.4 nm line with the solar cycle, Astron. & Astrophys., 587, A33, 2016.

Dewitte, S., and S. Nevens, The Total Solar Irradiance Climate Data Record, Astrophysical J., 830, 1, 25, 2016.

Dhomse, S. S., M. P. Chipperfield, R. P. Damadeo, J. M. Zawodny, W. T. Ball, W. Feng, R. Hossaini, G. W. Mann, and J. D. Haigh, On the ambiguous nature of the 11 year solar cycle signal in upper stratospheric ozone, Geophys. Res. Letts., 43(13), 7241-7249, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069958, July 2016.

Dudok de Wit, T., G. Kopp, C. Fröhlich, and M. Schöll, Methodology to create a new Total Solar Irradiance record: Making a composite out of multiple data records, Geophys. Res. Letts., in review, 2016.

Dyudina, U., X. Zhang, L. Li, P. Kopparla, A. P. Ingersoll, L Dones, A. Verbiscer, and Y. L. Yung, Reflected Light Curves, Spherical and Bond Albedos of Jupiter- and Saturn-Like Exoplanets, Astrophys. J., 822(2), 76, doi: 10.3847/0004-637X/822/2/76, May 2016.

Fröhlich, C., Determination of time-dependent uncertainty of the total solar irradiance records from 1978 to present, J. of Space Weather & Space Climate, 6, A18, 2016.

Hendrix, A. R., F. Vilas, and J. Y. Li, Ceres: Sulfur deposits and graphitized carbon, Geophys. Res. Letts., 43(17), 8920-8927, 2016.

Kolotkov, D. Y., S. A. Anfinogentov, and V. M/ Nakariakov, Empirical mode decomposition analysis of random processes in the solar atmosphere, Astron. & Astrophys., 592, A153, 2016.

Kopp, G., Solar Variability Magnitudes and Timescales, J. of Space Weather and Space Climate, 6, A30, doi: 10.1051/swsc/2016025, 2016.

Kopp, G., Earth’s Incoming Energy: The Total Solar Irradiance, In: Comprehensive Remote Sensing, 5, Chapter 1, in press, 2016.

Kopp, G., N. Krivova, C. J. Wu, and J. Lean (2016). The Impact of the Revised Sunspot Record on Solar Irradiance Reconstructions. Solar Phys., Online First. doi: 10.1007/s11207-016-0853-x.

Lee, J. N., R. F. Cahalan, and D. L. Wu (2016). Solar rotational modulations of spectral irradiance and correlations with the variability of total solar irradiance, J. Space Weather & Space Climate, 6, 27, A33, doi: 10.1051/swsc/2016028.

Lokers, R., R. Knapen, S. Janssen, Y. van Randen, and J. Jansen, Analysis of Big Data technologies for use in agro-environmental science, Environmental Modelling & Software, 84, 494-504, 2016.

Lovric, M., F. Tosone, E. Pietropaolo, D. Del Moro, L. Giovannelli, C. Cagnazzo, and F. Berrilli (2016). The dependence of the [FUV-MUV] colour on solar cycle, Eprint: arXiv: 1606.08267.

Marchenko, S. V., M. T. DeLand, and J. L. Lean (2016). Solar Spectral Irradiance Variability in Cycle 24: Observations and Models, Eprint: arXiv: 1610.08001.

Meftah, M., A. Hauchecorne, A. Irbah, G. Cessateur, S. Bekki, L. Damé, D. Bolsée, and N. Pereira (2016).  Solar Spectral Irradiance at 782 nm as Measured by the SES Sensor Onboard Picard. Solar Phys., 291, 1043-1057, doi:  10.1007/s11207-016-0885-2.

Milligan, R. O., and P. C. Chamberlin (2016). Anomalous Temporal Behaviour of Broadband Ly-Alpha Observations during Solar Flares from SDO/EVE. Astron. & Astrophys., 587, id.A123. doi: 10.1051/0004-6361/201526682.

Morini, E., A. G. Touchaei, B. Castellani, F. Rossi, and F. Cotana, The Impact of Albedo Increase to Mitigate the Urban Heat Island in Terni (Italy) Using the WRF Model, Sustainability, 8(10), 999, 2016.

Raschke, E., S. Kinne, W. B. Rossow, P. W. Stackhouse Jr, and M. Wild, Comparison of radiative energy flows in observational datasets and climate modeling, J. of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 55(1), 93-117, 2016.

Suess, K., M. Snow, R. Viereck, and J. Machol (2016). Solar Spectral Proxy Irradiance from GOES (SSPRING): A model for solar EUV irradiance. J. of Space Weather and Space Climate, 6, id.A10, doi:  10.1051/swsc/2016003.

Sukhodolov, T., et al. (2016). Evaluation of simulated photolysis rates and their response to solar irradiance variability, JGR: Atmospheres, 121, 6066-6084, doi: 10.1002/2015JD024277.

Sukhodolov, T., Study of the middle atmosphere response to short-term solar variability, Doctoral dissertation, Russian State Hydrometeorological University, 2016.

Svensmark, J., M. B. Enghoff, N. J. Shaviv, and H. Svensmark, The response of clouds and aerosols to cosmic ray decreases, JGR: Space Physics, 121(9), 8152-8181, 2016.

Thurairajah, B., G. E. Thomas, C. von Savigny, M. Snow, M. E. Hervig, S. M. Bailey, and C. E. Randall, Solar-induced 27-day variations of polar mesospheric clouds from the AIM SOFIE and CIPS experiments, J. of Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., in press, 2016.

Visheratin, K. N., Quasi-decadal variations in total ozone content, wind velocity, temperature, and geopotential height over the Arosa station (Switzerland), Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 52(1), 66-73, 2016.


Bhattacharyya, D., J. T. Clarke, J. L. Bertaux, J. Y. Chaufray, and M. Mayyasi, A strong seasonal dependence in the Martian hydrogen exosphere, Geophys. Res. Letts., 42(20), 8678-8685, 2015.

Bolduc, C., M. S. Bourqui, and P. Charbonneau (2015).  A Comparison of Stratospheric Photochemical Response to Different Reconstructions of Solar Ultraviolet Radiative Variability. J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 132, 22-32.  doi:  10.1016/j.jastp.2015.06.008.

Chen, H., H. Ma, X. Li, and S. Sun, Solar influences on spatial patterns of Eurasian winter temperature and atmospheric general circulation anomalies, JGR: Atmospheres, 120(17), 8642-8657, 2015.

Ciglenečki, I., I. Janeković, M. Marguš, E. Bura-Nakić, M. Carić, Z. Ljubešić, M. Batistić, E. Hrustić, I. Dupčić, and R. Garić, Impacts of extreme weather events on highly eutrophic marine ecosystem (Rogoznica Lake, Adriatic coast), Continental shelf research, 108, 144-155, doi: 10.1016/j.csr.2015.05.007, Oct. 2015.

Costa, M. J., V. Salgueiro, D. Bortoli, M. A. Obregón, M. Antón, and A. M. Silva, Retrieval of the aerosol optical thickness from UV global irradiance measurements. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 28, No. 1, p. 012007). IOP Publishing, 2015.

Farmer, G. T. (2015). Status of Climate Change Research. In: Modern Climate Change Science (pp. 43-99). Springer International Publishing.

Fontenla, J. M., P. C. Stancil, and E. Landi (2015). Solar Spectral Irradiance, Solar Activity, and the Near-Ultraviolet, Astrophysical J., 809, 157, doi: 10.1088/0004-637X/809/2/157.

Gao, F. L., L. R. Tao, G. M. Cui, J. L. Xu, and T. C. Hua (2015). The influence of solar spectral variations on global radiative balance. Adv. Space Res., 55(2), 682-687.

Ineson, S., A. C. Maycock, L. J. Gray, A. A. Scaife, N. J. Dunstone, J. W. Harder, J. R. Knight, M. Lockwood, J. C. Manners, and R. A. Wood (2015). Regional Climate Impacts of a Possible Future Grand Solar Minimum. Nature Communications, 6, id. 7535. doi: 10.1038/ncomms8535.

Köhler, P., B. De Boer, A. S. Von der Heydt, L. B. Stap, and R. S. Van de Wal, On the state dependency of the equilibrium climate sensitivity during the last 5 million years, Climate of the Past, 11(12), 1801-1823, doi: 10.5194/cp-11-1801-2015, Dec. 2015.

Lee, J. N., R. F. Cahalan, and D. L. Wu (2015). The 27-Day Rotational Variations in Total Solar Irradiance Observations: From SORCE/TIME, ACRIMSAT/ACRIM III, and SOHO/VIRGO. J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 132, 64-73. doi:  10.1016/j.jastp.2015.07.001.

Ma, L., The 27-day variation in the Mg II index of solar activity, Solar System Research, 49(3), 205-208, 2015.

Mamajek, E. E., et al., IAU 2015 Resolution B3 on Recommended Nominal Conversion Constants for Selected Solar and Planetary Properties., Eprint: arXiv:1510.07674, 2015.

Marchwinski, R. C., S. Mahadevan, P. Robertson, L. Ramsey, and J. Harder (2015). Toward Understanding Stellar Radial Velocity Jitter as a Function of Wavelength: The Sun as a Proxy. Astrophys J., 798, 1, 63. doi:  10.1088/0004-637X/798/1/63.

McIntosh, S. W., R. J. Leamon, L. D. Krista, A. M. Title, H. S. Hudson, P. Riley, J. W. Harder, G. Kopp, M. Snow, T. N. Woods, J. C. Kasper, M. L. Stevens, and R. K. Ulrich (2015). The Solar Magnetic Activity Band Interaction and Instabilities that Shape Quasi-Periodic Variability. Nature Communications, 6, id. 6491. doi: 10.1038/ncomms7491.

Mitchell, D. M., S. Misios, L. J. Gray, K. Tourpali, K. Matthes, L. Hood, H. Schmidt, G. Chiodo, R. Thiéblemont, E. Rozanov, D. Shindell, and A. Krivolutsky, Solar signals in CMIP‐5 simulations: the stratospheric pathway. Quarterly J. of the Royal Meteorological Society, 141(691), 2390-2403, doi: 10.1002/qj.2530, July 2015.

Oberländer‐Hayn, S., S. Meul, U. Langematz, J. Abalichin, and F. Haenel, A chemistry‐climate model study of past changes in the Brewer‐Dobson circulation, JGR: Atmospheres, 120(14), 6742-6757, 2015.

Park, T. W., J. H. Jeong, Y. Deng, R. Zhou, and M. Cai, Quantitative decomposition of radiative and non-radiative contributions to temperature anomalies related to siberian high variability. Climate Dynamics, 45(5-6), 1207-1217, 2015.

Parker, A., and C. D. Ollier, Logical impossibility of reconciling global warming alarm with little ice age temperatures, Physics Journal, 1, 49-53, 2015.

Ruzmaikin, A., and J. Feynman, The Earth’s climate at minima of Centennial Gleissberg Cycles. Advances in Space Research, 56(8), 1590-1599, 2015.

Schmidtke, G., S.V. Avakyan, J. Berdermann, V. Bothmer, G. Cessateur, L. Ciraol, L. Didkovsky, T. Dudok de Wit, F. G. Eparvier, A. Gottwald, M. Haberreiter, R. Hammer, Ch. Jacobi, N. Jakowski, M. Kretzschmar, J. Lilensten, M. Pfeifer, S.M. Radicella, R. Schäfer, W. Schmidt, S.C. Solomon, G. Thuillier, W.K. Tobiska, S. Wieman, T.N. Woods (2015). Where does the Thermospheric Ionospheric GEospheric Research (TIGER) Program go?, Adv. Space Research, 56, 1547-1577. doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2015.07.043.

Thenkabail, P. S. (Ed.), Remote Sensing of Water Resources, Disasters, and Urban Studies. Published by CRC Press, ISBN 9781482217919, Oct. 2015.

Thuillier, G., J. W. Harder, A. Shapiro, T. N. Woods, J.-M. Perrin, M. Snow, T. Sukhodolov, and W. Schmutz (2015). The Infrared Solar Spectrum Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer Onboard the International Space Station, Solar Phys., 290, 6, 1581-1600. doi: 10.1007/s11207-015-0704-1.

Wang, H., H. Li, J. Qi, and W. Fang (2015). Total Solar Irradiance Monitor for the FY-3B Satellite – Space Experiments and Primary Data Corrections, Solar Phys., 290, 2, 645-655, doi: 10.1007/s11207-014-0627-2.

Woods, T. N., M. Snow, J. Harder, G. Chapman, and A. Cookson (2015). A Different View of Solar Spectral Irradiance Variations: Modeling Total Energy over Six-Month Intervals, Solar Phys., 290, 10, 2649-2676.  doi: 10.1007/s11207-015-0766-0.

Zhang, J., Z. C. Ling, J. X. Liu, Z. Ch. Wu, B. Li, and Y. H. Ni (2015). Lunar Absolute Reflectance as Observed by Chang’E-1 Imaging Interferometer, Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy, 58, id.89601. doi: 10.1007/s11433-015-5680-9.

Zhu, P., M. van Ruymbeke, Ö. Karatekin, J.-P. Noël, G. Thuillier, S. Dewitte, A. Chevalier, C. Conscience, E. Janssen, M. Meftah, and A. Irbah (2015). A High Dynamic Radiation Measurement Instrument: The Bolmetric Oscillation Sensor (BOS), Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems, 4, 1, 89-98.  doi:  10.5194/gi-4-89-2015.


Ahluwalia, H. S. (2014). Galactic cosmic rays, total solar irradiance, sunspots, Earth surface air temperature: Correlations. Indian J. Radio & Space Physics, 43, 141-150.

Allan, R. P., C. Liu, N. G. Loeb, M. D. Palmer, M. Roberts, D. Smith, and P. L. Vidale, P. L. (2014). Changes in global net radiative imbalance 1985–2012. GRL, 41(15), 5588-5597.

Ball, W. T., N. A. Krivova, Y. C. Unruh, J. D. Haigh, and S. K. Solanki (2014). A new SATIRE-S spectral solar irradiance reconstruction for solar cycles 21–23 and its implications for stratospheric ozone. arXiv preprint arXiv:1408.0365.

Ball, W. T., D. J. Mortlock, J. S. Egerton, and J. D. Haigh (2014). Assessing the relationship between spectral solar irradiance and stratospheric ozone using Bayesian inference. J. Space Weather & Space Climate, 4, A25.

Barthélemy, M., and G. Cessateur (2014). Sensitivity of upper atmospheric emissions calculations to solar/stellar UV flux. J. Space Weather & Space Climate, 4, A35.

Barthélemy, M., L. Lamy, H. Menager, M. Schulik, D. Bernard, D., H. Abgrall, and J. Lilensten (2014). Dayglow and auroral emissions of Uranus in H2 FUV bands. Icarus, 239, 160-167.

Benevolenskaya, E. E., S. N. Shapovalov, and I. G. Kostuchenko (2014). Solar spectral irradiance and total solar irradiance at a solar minimum. Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, 54(7), 926-932.

Blanter, E., J. L. Le Mouël, M. Shnirman, and V. Courtillot (2012). A correlation of mean period of MJO indices and 11-yr solar variation. J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 80, 195-207.

Bolsée, D., et al. (2014). Accurate Determination of the TOA Solar Spectral NIR Irradiance Using a Primary Standard Source and the Bouguer–Langley Technique. Solar Phys., 289(7), 2433-2457.

Bolduc, C., P. Charbonneau, R. Barnabé, and M. S. Bourqui (2014). A Reconstruction of Ultraviolet Spectral Irradiance During the Maunder Minimum. Solar Phys., 289(8), 2891-2906.

Breault, R. P., S. W. Kim, S. K. Yang, and D. Ryu (2014, September). Sun-, Earth-and Moon-integrated simulation ray tracing for observation from space using ASAP. In: SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications (pp. 91890F-91890F). International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Bret, A. (2014). ABC of Climate Science. In: The Energy-Climate Continuum (pp. 35-54). Springer International Publishing.

Chaffin, M. S., J. Y. Chaufray, I. Stewart, F. Montmessin, N. M. Schneider and J. L. Bertaux (2014). Unexpected variability of Martian hydrogen escape. GRL, 41(2), 314-320.

Chiodo, G., D. R. Marsh, R. Garcia-Herrera, N. Calvo, and J. A. García (2014). On the detection of the solar signal in the tropical stratosphere. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics, 14(11), 5251-5269.

Collinson, G. A., et al. (2014). The extension of ionospheric holes into the tail of Venus. JGR: Space Physics, 119(8), 6940-6953.

Criscuoli, S., and H. Uitenbroek (2014). Interpretation of Solar Irradiance Monitor measurements through analysis of 3D MHD simulations. Astrophys. J., 788(2), 151.

Emmert, J. T., S. E. McDonald, D. P. Drob, R. R. Meier, J. L. Lean, and J. M. Picone (2014). Attribution of interminima changes in the global thermosphere and ionosphere. JGR: Space Physics, 119(8), 6657-6688.

Fang, W., H. Wang, H. Li, and Y. Wang (2014). Total Solar Irradiance Monitor for Chinese FY-3A and FY-3B Satellites–Instrument Design. Solar Phys., 289(12), 4711-4726.

Fang, T., and W. Fa (2014). High frequency thermal emission from the lunar surface and near surface temperature of the Moon from Chang’E-2 microwave radiometer. Icarus, 232, 34-53.

Fontenla, J. M., E. Landi, M. Snow, and T. Woods (2014). Far- and Extreme-UV Solar Spectral Irradiance and Radiance from Simplified Atmospheric Physical Models, Solar Phys., 289, 2, 515-544, doi: 10.1007/s11207-013-0431-4.

Forbes, J. M., X. Zhang, and D. R. Marsh. (2014). Solar cycle dependence of middle atmosphere temperatures. JGR: Atmospheres, 119(16), 9615-9625.

Hakuba, M. Z., D. Folini, G. Schaepman‐Strub, and M. Wild (2014). Solar absorption over Europe from collocated surface and satellite observations. JGR: Atmospheres, 119(6), 3420-3437.

Huang, Y., et al. (2014). Wavelength dependence of solar irradiance enhancement during X-class flares and its influence on the upper atmosphere. J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 115, 87-94.

Kopp, G. (2014). An assessment of the solar irradiance record for climate studies. J. of Space Weather & Space Climate, 4, A14, doi: 10.1051/swsc/2014012.

Kumar, U. S., P. S. Manoharan, and M. V. Rajkumar (2014, August). Feasibility Sensitivity Analysis in Potential Area for Standalone Hybrid Renewable Energy in Tamil Nadu, India. In Applied Mechanics and Materials, V. 573, pp. 757-766.

Langowski, M., M. Sinnhuber, A. C. Aikin, C. von Savigny, and J. P. Burrows, J. P. (2014). Retrieval algorithm for densities of mesospheric and lower thermospheric metal atom and ion species from satellite-borne limb emission signals. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 7(1), 29-48.

Linsky, J. L., J. Fontenla, and K. France (2014). The Intrinsic Extreme Ultraviolet Fluxes of F5 V TO M5 V Stars. Astrophys. J., 780(1), 61.

Meftah, M., S. et al. (2014). SOVAP/PICARD, a spaceborne radiometer to measure the Total Solar Irradiance. Solar Phys., 289(5), 1885-1899.

Markley, F. L., and J. L. Crassidis (2014). Fundamentals of Spacecraft Attitude Determination and Control. Space Technology Library, Volume 33, Springer, New York

Miller, R. L., et al. (2014), CMIP5 historical simulations (1850-2012) with GISS ModelE2. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 6, 2, 441-477, doi: 10.1002/2013MS000266.

Mitchell, D. M., et al. (2014). Signatures of naturally induced variability in the atmosphere using multiple reanalysis datasets. Quarterly J. the Royal Meteorological Society.

Molyneux, P. M., et al. (2014). Isolating auroral FUV emission lines using compact, broadband instrumentation. Planetary & Space Science, 103, 291-298.

Moore, C. S., P. C. Chamberlin, and R. Hock (2014). Measurements and Modeling of Total Solar Irradiance in X-class Solar Flares. Astrophys. J., 787(1), 32, doi: 10.1088/0004-637X/787/1/32.

Morrill, J. S., L. Floyd, and D. McMullin (2014). Comparison of Solar UV Spectral Irradiance from SUSIM and SORCE. Solar Phys., 1-21.

Nusinov, A. A., T. V. Kazachevskaya, V. V. Katyushina, P. M. Svidsky, and D. A. Gonyukh (2014). Variability of Extreme Ultraviolet Fluxes at Various Timescales as Measured On board the CORONAS Space Mission (SUFR-SP-K and VUSS-L Experiments). In: The Coronas-F Space Mission (pp. 257-287). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Pandya, B. M., and S. A. Haider (2014). Numerical simulation of the effects of meteoroid ablation and solar EUV/X‐ray radiation in the dayside ionosphere of Mars: MGS/MEX observations. JGR: Space Physics, 119(11), 9228-9245.

Park, T. W., J. H. Jeong, Y. Deng, R. Zhou, and M. Cai (2014). Quantitative decomposition of radiative and non-radiative contributions to temperature anomalies related to Siberian high variability. Climate Dynamics, 1-11.

Predina, J., S. Lorentz, and A. Smith (2014, July). Achieving 0.1% radiometric uncertainty in the solar bands using FTS. In: Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2014 IEEE International (pp. 1234-1237). IEEE.

Quémerais, E., B. McClintock, G. Holsclaw, G., O. Katushkina, and V. Izmodenov (2014). Hydrogen atoms in the inner heliosphere: SWAN‐SOHO and MASCS‐MESSENGER observations. JGR: Space Physics, 119(10), 8017-8029, doi: 10.1002/2014JA019761.

Roithmayr, C. M., C. Lukashin, P. W. Speth, G. Kopp, K. Thome, B. Wielicki, and D. F. Young (Oct. 2014). CLARREO approach for reference intercalibration of reflected solar sensors: On-orbit data matching and sampling, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52, 10, 6762-6774, doi: 10.1109/TGRS.2014.2302397

Rind, D. H., J. L. Lean, and J. Jonas (2014). The impact of different absolute solar irradiance values on current climate model simulations. J. Climate, 27(3), 1100-1120, doi:

Royer, E. M., and A. R. Hendrix (2014). First far-ultraviolet disk-integrated phase curve analysis of Mimas, Tethys and Dione from the Cassini-UVIS data sets. Icarus, 242, 158-171.

Ruzmaikin, A., J. N. Lee, and D. L. Wu (2014). Patterns of carbon monoxide in the middle atmosphere and effects of solar variability. Adv. in Space Res., 54, 320-326.

Schmidt, G. A., D. T. Shindell, and K. Tsigaridis (2014). Reconciling warming trends, Nature Geoscience, 7, 158-161, doi: 10.1038/ngeo2105.

Seppälä, A., K. Matthes, C. E. Randall, and I. A. Mironova (2014). What is the solar influence on climate? Overview of activities during CAWSES-II. Progress in Earth and Planetary Science, 1(1), 1-12.

Singh, A. K., R. P. Singh, and D. Singh (January 2014). Solar Variability, Galactic Cosmic Rays and Climate: A Review. Earth Science India, 7, 15-36.

Snow, M., M. Weber, J. Machol, R. Viereck, and E. Richard. (2014). Comparison of Magnesium II core-to-wing ratio observations during solar minimum 23/24. J. Space Weather & Space Climate, 4, A04.

Thuillier, G., et al. (2014). The solar irradiance spectrum at solar activity minimum between solar cycles 23 and 24. Solar Phys., 289(6), 1931-1958.

Thuillier, G., et al. (2014). Solar spectral irradiance variability in November/December 2012: comparison of observations by instruments on the International Space Station and models. Solar Phys., 289(12), 4433-4452.

Thuillier, G. S. M. L. Melo, J. Lean, N. A. Krivova, C. Bolduc, V. I. Fomichev, P. Charbonneau, A. I. Shapiro, W. Schmutz, and D. Bolsée (2014). Analysis of Different Solar Spectral Irradiance Reconstructions and Their Impact on Solar Heating Rates, Solar Phys., 289:1115–1142, doi: 10.1007/s11207-013-0381-x.

Tiwari, R. K., R. Rajesh, and B. Padmavathi (2014). Evidence for Nonlinear Coupling of Solar and ENSO Signals in Indian Temperatures During the Past Century. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 1-13.

Woods, T., R. Cahalan, W. Denig, G. Kopp, P. Pilewskie, and T. Sparn (2014). Rapid Coordination Extends Space‐Based Sun‐Climate Record. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 95(47), 429-430.

Yang, Z., W. Fang, Y. Luo, and Z. Xia (2014). Experimental characterization and correction of non-equivalence of Solar Irradiance Absolute Radiometer. Chinese Optics Letters, 12(10), 101202.


Béland, Stéphane, J. Harder, and T. Woods (Sept. 2013). 10 years of degradation trends of the SORCE SIM instrument, SPIE Proceedings, 8862, doi: 10.1117/12.2022867.

Benevolenskaya, E. E., and I. G. Kostuchenko (2013). The total solar irradiance, UV emission and magnetic flux during the last solar cycle minimum. J. Astrophysics, 2013, Article ID 368380, doi: 10.1155/2013/368380.

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Fontenla, J. M., E. Avrett, G. Thuillier, and J. Harder (2006). Semi-Empirical Models of the Solar Atmosphere. I. The Quiet- and Active-Sun Photosphere at Moderate Resolution, Astrophys. J., 639, 441-458.

Gattinger, R. L., C. D. Boone, K. A. Walker, D. A. Degenstein, P. F. Bernath, and E. J. Llewellyn (2006). Comparison of Odin‐OSIRIS OH A2Σ+‐X2Π 0‐0 mesospheric observations and ACE‐FTS water vapor observations. GRL, 33(15).

Gattinger, R. L., D. A. Degenstein, and E. J. Llewellyn (2006). Optical Spectrograph and Infra‐Red Imaging System (OSIRIS) observations of mesospheric OH A2Σ+‐X2Π 0‐0 and 1‐1 band resonance emissions. JGR: Atmospheres (1984–2012), 111(D13).

Gueymard, C. A. (2006). Reference solar spectra: Their evolution, standardization issues, and comparison to recent measurements, Adv. Space Res., 37, 323-340,35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004, doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2005.03.104.

Harber, D. M., K. F. Heuerman, G. A. Kopp, and G. Lawrence (2006). Aperture edge scatter calibration of the cavity radiometers for the spaceflight Total Irradiance Monitor, SPIE Proceedings, 6296, 62961I, doi: 10.1117/12.679615.

Heuerman, K., D. Harber, A. Ebbets, G. Kopp, and L. Logan (2006). Calibration of the absorptance cavities for the spaceflight solar radiometer TIM, SPIE Proceedings, 6296, 62961H, doi: 10.1117/12.679668.

Mishchenko, M. I., Travis, L. D., & Cairns, B. (July 2006). Precise monitoring of terrestrial aerosols and total solar irradiance: introducing the NASA Glory Mission. SPIE Proceedings, 6361.

Qian, L., R. G. Roble, S. C. Solomon, and T. J. Kane (2006). Calculated and observed climate change in the thermosphere, and a prediction for solar cycle 24, GRL, 33, L23705, doi: 10.1029/2006GL027185.

Richter, M., A. Gottwald, F. Scholze, R. Thornagel, and G. Ulm (2006). Calibration of space instrumentation with synchrotron radiation. Adv. Space Res., 37(2), 265-272.

Rodgers, E. M., S. M. Bailey, H. P. Warren, T. N. Woods, and F. G. Eparvier (2006). Soft X-ray irradiances during solar flares observed by TIMED-SEE, JGR, 111, A10S13, 10, 2006.

Rottman, Gary (2006). Measurement of Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance, Space Science Reviews, ISSI Workshop Proceedings, Bern, Switzerland, June 6-10, 2005, ESA Publications Division, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

Rottman, Gary J., Thomas N. Woods, and William McClintock (2006). SORCE Solar UV Irradiance Results, Adv. Space Res., 37, 2, 201-208, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004, doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2005.02.072, 2006.

Schmidtke, G., F. G. Eparvier, S. C. Solomon, W. K. Tobiska, and T. N. Woods (2006). The TIGER (thermospheric–ionospheric geospheric research) program: Introduction. Adv. Space Res., 37(2), 194-198.

Schneider, G., J. M. Pasachoff, and R. C. Willson (2006). The effect of the transit of venus on ACRIM’s total solar irradiance measurements: Implications for transit studies of extrasolar planets. Astrophys. J., 641(1), 565.

Solomon, S. C. (2006). Numerical models of the E-region ionosphere, Adv. Space Res., 37, 1031-1037, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004, doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2005.09.040.

Solomon, S., L. Qian, R. Roble, and T. Woods (2006). Modeling the Global Ionosphere using Measured Solar Ultraviolet Irradiance, 36, 2089, 36th COSPAR Proceedings, Beijing, China, July 16-23, 2006.

Solomon, S., L. Qian, E. Rodgers, and S. Bailey (2006). Solar Flare Effects on the Thermosphere and Ionosphere, 36, 2075, 36th COSPAR Proceedings, Beijing, China, July 16-23, 2006.

Sutton, E. K., J. M. Forbes, R. S. Nerem, and T. N. Woods (2006). Neutral density response to the solar flares of October and November, 2003, GRL 33, L22101, doi: 10.1029/2006GL027737.

Tobiska, W., D. Bouwer, and A. Jones (2006). New solar irradiances for use in space research, 36, 2627, 36th COSPAR Proceedings, Beijing, China, July 16-23, 2006.

Trishchenko, A. P. (2006). Solar irradiance and effective brightness temperature for SWIR channels of AVHRR/NOAA and GOES imagers. J. of Atmospheric & Oceanic Technology, 23(2), 198-210.

Veselovsky, I. S. (2006). Certain problems of solar and heliospheric physics in the light of novel satellite data. Solar System Research, 40(4), 265-271.

Woods, Thomas N., Greg Kopp, and Phillip C. Chamberlin (2006). Contributions of the Solar Ultraviolet Irradiance to the Total Solar Irradiance During Large Flares, JGR, 111, A10S14, doi: 10.1029/2005JA011507.

Woods, Thomas N. (2006). Recent Advances in Observations and Modeling of the Solar Ultraviolet and X-ray Spectral Irradiance, 36, 3661, 36th COSPAR Proceedings, Beijing, China, July 16-23, 2006.


Anderson, Donald E. and Robert F. Cahalan (2005). The Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE) Mission for the NASA Earth Observing System (EOS), Solar Phys., 230, 1, 3-6.

Bogdan, T. J., et al. (2005). Commission 12: Solar Radiation & Structure. Proceedings of the Intl. Astronomical Union, 1(T26A), 89-102.

Climate Research Committee. (2005). Radiative Forcing of Climate Change: Expanding the Concept and Addressing Uncertainties. National Academies Press.

Donea, A. C., and C. Lindsey (2005). Seismic emission from the solar flares of 2003 October 28 and 29. Astrophys. J., 630(2), 1168.

Emslie, A. G., B. R. Dennis, G. D. Holman, and H. S. Hudson (2005). Refinements to flare energy estimates: A follow-up to “Energy partition in two solar flare/CME events”, JGR, 110, A9, 11103, doi: 10.1029/2005JA011305.

Gurlit, W., H. Bösch, H. Bovensmann, J. P. Burrows, A. Butz, C. Camy-Peyret, M. Dorf, K. Gerilowski, A. Lindner, S. Noël, U. Platt, F. Weidner, and K. Pfeilsticker (2005). The UV-A and visible solar irradiance spectrum: inter-comparison of absolutely calibrated, spectrally medium resolution solar irradiance spectra from balloon- and satellite-borne measurements, Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics, 5, 7, 1879-1890.

Fontenla, Juan M. (2005). Chromospheric Plasma and the Farley-Buneman Instability in Solar Magnetic Regions, Astron. & Astrophys., 442, 1099-1103.

Fontenla, J. and J. Harder (2005). Physical Modeling of Spectral Irradiance Variations, Solar Variability and Earth Climate Symposium Proceedings, Memorie della Società Astronomica Italiana, J. the Italian Astronomical Society, 76, 826, Rome, Italy, June 27-July 1, 2005.

Fröhlich, C. (2005). Solar Irradiance Variability Since 1978, Solar Variability and Earth Climate Symposium Proceedings, Memorie della Società Astronomica Italiana, J. the Italian Astronomical Society, 76, 731, Rome, Italy, June 27-July 1, 2005.

Harder, J., J. Fontenla, O. White, G. Rottman, and T. Woods (2005). Solar Spectral Irradiance Variability Comparisons of the SORCE SIM Instrument with Monitors of Solar Activity and Spectral Synthesis, Solar Variability and Earth Climate Symposium Proceedings, Memorie della Società Astronomica Italiana, J. the Italian Astronomical Society, 76, 735, Rome, Italy, June 27-July 1, 2005.

Harder, Jerald, George Lawrence, Juan Fontenla, Gary Rottman, and Thomas Woods (2005). The Spectral Irradiance Monitor: Scientific Requirements, Instrument Design, and Operation Modes, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 141-167.

Harder, Jerald W., Juan Fontenla, George Lawrence, Thomas Woods, and Gary Rottman (2005). The Spectral Irradiance Monitor: Measurement Equations and Calibration, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 169-203.

Kopp, Greg and George Lawrence (2005). The Total Irradiance Monitor (TIM): Instrument Design, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 91-109.

Kopp, Greg, Karl Heuerman, and George Lawrence (2005). The Total Irradiance Monitor (TIM): Instrument Calibration, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 111-127.

Kopp, Greg, George Lawrence, and Gary Rottman (2005). The Total Irradiance Monitor (TIM): Science Results, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 129-140.

Lean, Judith, Gary Rottman, Jerald Harder, and Greg Kopp (2005). SORCE Contributions to New Understanding of Global Change and Solar Variability, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 27-53.

McClintock, William E., Gary J. Rottman, and Thomas N. Woods (2005). Solar Stellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment II (SOLSTICE II): Instrument Concept and Design, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 225-258.

McClintock, William E., Martin Snow, and Thomas N. Woods (2005). Solar Stellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment II (SOLSTICE II): Pre-Launch and On-Orbit Calibrations, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 259-294.

Neeck, S. P., T. J. Magner, and G. E. Paules (2005). NASA’s small satellite missions for Earth observation. Acta Astronautica, 56(1), 187-192.

Pankratz, Christopher K., Barry G. Knapp, Randy A. Reukauf, Juan Fontenla, Michael A. Dorey, Lillian M. Connelly, and Ann K. Windnagel (2005). The SORCE Science Data System, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 389-413.

Pilewskie, Peter, Gary Rottman, and Erik Richard (2005). An Overview of the Disposition of Solar Radiation in the Lower Atmosphere: Connections to the SORCE Mission and Climate Change, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 55-69.

Rottman, Gary (2005). The SORCE Mission, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 7-25.

Rottman, Gary, Jerald Harder, Juan Fontenla, Thomas Woods, Oran R. White, and George M. Lawrence (2005). The Spectral Irradiance Monitor (SIM): Early Observations, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 205-224.

Snow, Martin, William E. McClintock, Gary Rottman, and Thomas N. Woods (2005). Solar Stellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment II (SOLSTICE II): Examination of the Solar Stellar Comparison Technique, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 295-324.

Snow, Martin, William E. McClintock, Thomas N. Woods, Oran R. White, Jerald W. Harder, and Gary Rottman (2005). The Mg II Index from SORCE, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 325-344, 2005.

Snow, Martin and W.E. McClintock (2005). High Time Cadence Solar MgII Index Monitor, SPIE Proceedings, S901, 354-365.

Solomon, S. C. and L. Qian (2005). Solar extreme-ultraviolet irradiance for general circulation models, JGR, 110, A10306, doi: 10.1029/2005JA011160.

Sparn, Thomas P., Gary Rottman, Thomas N. Woods, Brian D. Boyle, Richard Kohnert, Sean Ryan, and Randall Davis (2005). The SORCE Spacecraft and Operations, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 71-89.

Tsurutani, B. T., D. L. Judge, F. L. Guarnieri, P. Gangopadhyay, A. R. Jones, J. Nuttall, G. A. Zambon, L. Didkovsky, A. J. Mannucci, B. Iijima, R. R. Meier, T. J. Immel, T. N. Woods, S. Prasad, J. Huba, S. C. Solomon, P. Straus, and R. Viereck (2005). The October 28, 2003 extreme EUV solar flare and resultant extreme ionospheric effects: Comparison to other Halloween events and the Bastille Day event, GRL, 32, L03S09, doi: 10.1029/2004GL021475.

Wenzler, T. (2005). Reconstruction of solar irradiance variations in cycles 21-23 based on surface magnetic fields. Cuvillier Verlag.

Woods, Thomas N., Gary Rottman, and Robert Vest (2005). XUV Photometer System (XPS): Overview and Calibrations, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 345-374.

Woods, Thomas N. and Gary Rottman (2005). XUV Photometer System (XPS): Solar Variations During the SORCE Mission, Solar Phys., 230, 1, 375-387.

Zalewski, E. and C. Cattrall (2005). Solar radiation based calibration of a short-wave ir radiometer and a comparison of exoatmospheric solar spectral irradiance data sets, SPIE Proceedings, 5882, 33-44. doi: 10.1117/12.619699.


Baird, G. C., J. E. Groszkiewicz (2004). Gyroless attitude control for the SORCE spacecraft. Advances in the Astronautical Sciences, 118, 593-605.

Chapman, G., A. Cookson, J. Dobias, D. Preminger, and S. Walton (2004). Recent Progress in Modeling Variations in TSI, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, 3231, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Fontenla, J. M., J. Harder, G. Rottman, T. N. Woods, G. M. Lawrence, and S. Davis (2004). The Signature of Solar Activity in the Infrared Spectral Irradiance, Astrophys. J. Letters, 605, 1.

Fröhlich, C., and J. Lean (2004). Solar radiative output and its variability: evidence and mechanisms. Astronomy & Astrophysics Review, 12(4), 273-320.

Gueymard, C. (2004). Reference solar spectra: how do they compare in the UV?, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, 1199, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Gueymard, C. A. (2004). The sun’s total and spectral irradiance for solar energy applications and solar radiation models. Solar Energy, 76(4), 423-453.

Huang, S. (2004). The moon: a new platform for terrestrial climate research, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, 2185, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Kuznetsov, I. G., E. Wilkinson, D. A. Content, R. A. Boucarut, and T. J. Madison (2004). Grating efficiencies comparison study: calculations versus metrology for various types of high groove density gratings at VUV-UV wavelengths, SPIE Proceedings, 5178, 267-277.

Rottman, Gary, Thomas N. Woods, and William McClintock (2004). SORCE Solar UV Irradiance Results, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Rottman, Gary, Linton Floyd, and Rodney Viereck (2004). Measurement of the Solar Ultraviolet Irradiance. In: Solar Variability and its Effect on Climate, edited by J. Pap, C. Frohlich, H. Hudson, J. Kuhn, J. McCormack, G. North, W. Sprig, and S. T. Wu, Geophysical Monograph 141, 111-125.

Solomon, S. C. (2004). Numerical Models of the E-region Ionosphere, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, 3169, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Thuillier, G., C. Fröhlich, and G. Schmidtke (2004). Measurements of the total and spectral solar irradiance: what do we have and what will we get in future?, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, 1277, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Tobiska, W. and S. Bouwer (2004). New Developments in the SOLAR2000 Model for Space Research and Operations, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, 899, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Woods, Tom, Loren Acton, Scott Bailey, Frank Eparvier, Howard Garcia, Darrell Judge, Judith Lean, John T. Mariska, Don McMullin, Gerhard Schmidtke, Stanley C. Solomon, W. Kent Tobiska, Harry P. Warren, and Rodney Viereck (2004). Solar Extreme Ultraviolet and X-ray Irradiance Variations. In: Solar Variability and its Effect on Climate, edited by J. Pap, C. Frohlich, H. Hudson, J. Kuhn, J. McCormack, G. North, W. Sprig, and S. T. Wu, Geophysical Monograph 141, 127-140.

Woods, Thomas N. and Francis G. Eparvier (2004). Solar Ultraviolet Variability During the TIMED Mission, 35th Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Proceedings, 35, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004.

Woods, Thomas N., Francis G. Eparvier, Juan Fontenla, Jerald Harder, Greg Kopp, William E. McClintock, Gary Rottman, Byron Smiley, and Martin Snow (2004). Solar Irradiance Variability During the October 2003 Solar Storm Period, GRL, 31, L10802.1-L10802.4.


Ahmad, S. P., J. E. Johnson, and C. H. Jackman. (2003). Atmospheric products from the upper atmosphere research satellite (UARS). Adv. Space Res., 31(9), 2105-2110.

Floyd, L. E., J. W. Cook, L. C. Herring, and P. C. Crane (2003). SUSIM’S 11-year observational record of the solar UV irradiance. Adv. Space Res., 31(9), 2111-2120.

Floyd, L. (2003). Solar Ultraviolet Irradiance: Origins, Measurements, and Models. In: The Sun’s Surface and Subsurface (pp. 109-128). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Golub, L. (Nov. 2003). Solar observation from space, Review of Scientific Instruments, 74, 11, 4583-4600, doi: 10.1063/1.1618011.

Jackman, C. H., and A. R. Douglass (2003). Overview of the upper atmosphere research satellite: Observations from 1991 to 2002. Adv. Space Res., 31(9), 2101-2104.

Kopp, G., G. Lawrence, and G. Rottman (2003). Total Irradiance Monitor Design and On-Orbit Functionality, SPIE Proceedings, 5171, 14-25.

Lawrence, G. M., G. Kopp, G. Rottman, J. Harder, T. Woods, and H. Loui (2003). Calibration of the Total Irradiance Monitor, Metrologia, 40, S78-S80.

Simpson, S. (2003). Connecting the World’s Space Agencies. Space Weather, 1(1).

Sprigg, W., and J. M. Pap (2003). Science requirements and required future measurements. Solar Variability and its Effects on Climate, 357-366.

Wen, G. Y., R. F. Cahalan, and B. N. Holben (2003). Limitations of ground-based solar irradiance estimates due to atmospheric variations, JGR: Atmospheres, 108, D14, 4400, doi: 10.1029/2003JD003431.

Woods, T. N., et al. (2003). Solar extreme ultraviolet variability of the X‐class flare on 21 April 2002 and the terrestrial photoelectron response. Space Weather, 1(1).

2002 and Prior (in order by date – most current year on top, and then by author)

Rottman, G. J. (2002). Solar Irradiance and its Variation, Proceedings of the 2nd Granada Workshop, The Evolving Sun and its Influence on Planetary Environments, (eds.) B. Montesinos, A. Gimenez, E. F. Guinan, ASP Conference Series, 269, 25-36.

London, J. and G. J. Rottman (2001). International Observational Program for the Measurement of Total and Spectral Irradiance, Proceedings IRS 2000: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation, (eds.) W. Smith and Y. M. Timofeyev, A. Deepak Publ., Hampton, Virginia.

Rottman, Gary J., Tom Woods, Marty Snow, and G. DeToma (2001). The Solar Cycle Variation in Ultraviolet Irradiance, Adv. Space Res., 27, 1927-1932.

Woods, T. N. and G. J. Rottman (2001). Solar Ultraviolet Variability Over Time Periods of Aeronomic Interest, Comparative Aeronomy in the Solar System, (eds.) M. Mendillo, A. Nagy, and J. Hunter Waite, Jr., AGU Monograph Series 130, Washington, DC.

Drake, V. A., W. E. McClintock, R. A. Kohnert, T. N. Woods, and G. J. Rottman (2000). Photomultiplier tube detector performance and stability for the Earth Observing System’s SOLSTICE II instrument, SPIE Proceedings, 4139, 402-411.

Harder, J., G. Lawrence, G. Rottman, and T. Woods (2000). The Spectral Irradiance Monitor (SIM) for the SORCE Mission, SPIE Proceedings, 4135, 204-214.

Harder, J., G. Lawrence, G. Rottman, and T. Woods (2000). The Solar Spectral Irradiance Monitor: SIM, Metrologia, 37, 415-418.

Lawrence, G. M., G. Rottman, J. Harder, and T. Woods (2000). Solar Total Irradiance Monitor: TIM, Metrologia, 37, 407-410.

Lawrence, G. M., G. Rottman. G. Kopp, J. Harder, W. McClintock, and T. Woods (2000). The Total Irradiance Monitor (TIM) for the EOS SORCE Mission, SPIE Proceedings, 4135, 215-224.

McClintock, W. E., G. J. Rottman, and T. N. Woods (2000). SOLar Stellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment II (SOLSTICE II) for the NASA Earth Observing System’s Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment Mission, SPIE Proceedings, 4135, 225-234.

Rottman, G. (2000). Solar UV Irradiance Measurements: the UARS and EOS SOLSTICE, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part C: Solar-Terrestrial and Planetary Science, 25, 401-404.

Woods, T. N., W. K. Tobiska, G. J. Rottman, and J. R. Worden (2000), Improved solar Lyman alpha irradiance modeling from 1947 through 1999 based on UARS Observations, JGR, 105, 27195-27215.

Woods, Tom, Gary Rottman, Jerry Harder, George Lawrence, Bill McClintock, Greg Kopp, and Chris Pankratz (2000). Overview of the EOS SORCE Mission, SPIE Proceedings, 4135, 192-203.

Lawrence, G. M., J. Harder, G. Rottman, T. Woods, J. Richardson, and G. Mount (1998). Stability considerations for a solar Spectral Intensity Monitor (SIM), SPIE Proceedings, 3427, 477-485.

Rottman, G. J., G. Mount, G. Lawrence, T. Woods, J. Harder, and S. Tournois (1998). Solar Spectral Irradiance Measurements: Visible to Near Infrared, NEWRAD’97, Metrologia, 35, 707-712.

White, O. R., G. DeToma, G. J. Rottman, T. N. Woods, and B. G. Knapp (1998). Effect of Spectral Resolution on the Mg II Index as a Measure of Solar Variability, Solar Phys., 17, 89-103.