from left to right: Aurora over Alaska, coronal loops seen by TRACE, UV aurora seen by Polar, heliosphere in Orion seen by Hubble Space Telescope, magnetosphere schematic, aurora over EISCAT radar, The Sower by Van Gogh, terrestrial clouds, Coronal Mass Ejection seen by SoHO, simulation of a cosmic ray shower, lightning over Geneva

Mike Lockwood - Inerntional Confrence Presentations


1. M. Lockwood
The bottomside mid-latitude trough
Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science (ANZAAS), 49th. Congress, Auckland, New Zealand, January 1979.

2. P.A. Bradley and M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Ionospheric predictions: the future
Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development (AGARD), Conference "The physical basis of the ionosphere in the solar-terrestrial system", Naples, Italy, October 1980.

3. M. Lockwood
Upward flux of thermal O+ ions in the topside auroral ionosphere
International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA), 4th. Scientific Assembly, Edinburgh, UK, August 1981.

4. P.A. Bradley and M. Lockwood
Simplified estimation of HF sky-wave signal intensity and mode reliability
International Union of Radio Science (URSI), 20th. General Assembly, Washington, USA, August 1981.

5. M. Lockwood
Heating of O+ ions in the topside auroral ionosphere by ion cyclotron waves
The Institute of Physics, 9th Annual Conference on Plasma Physics, Oxford, UK, June/July 1982.

6. M. Lockwood
Simplified evaluation of propagation characteristics for HF radio waves reflected from the ionospheric F2 layer
Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE), 3rd. International Conference on Antennas and Propagation (ICAP 83), Norwich, UK, April 1983.

7. M. Lockwood et al.
EISCAT observations of high-latitude convection and the F2-layer density and temperatures during substorms
1st International EISCAT (European Incoherent Scatter) Workshop, Aussois, France, April, 1983.

8. M. Lockwood
Field-aligned O+ ion flows in the topside high-latitude ionosphere during geomagnetic storms
IAGA, 8th. General Assembly, Hamburg, August 1983.

9. M. Lockwood et al.
High electron and ion temperatures in the dayside high-latitude F-region
2nd International EISCAT Workshop, Aberystwyth, UK, September, 1985.

10. A.W Yau and M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Vertical ion flow in the polar ionosphere
1st International Huntsville Workshop on Magnetosphere/Ionosphere Plasma Models, October 1985.

11. M. Lockwood et al.
The cleft ion fountain
American Geophysical Union (AGU), Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, December 1985.

12. M. Lockwood et al.
Anti-sunward propagation of a convection enhancement following a southward turning of the IMF
AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, December 1985.

13. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Low-energy ion flows into the magnetosphere
ICSU Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), 26th. Plenary Meeting, Toulouse, France, June/July 1986.

14. M. Lockwood et al.
Low energy ion outflows from the ionosphere during a major polar cap expansion - evidence for equatorward motion of inverted-V structures
COSPAR, 26th. Plenary Meeting, Toulouse, France, June/July 1986.

15. Siscoe G.L. and Lockwood M.
Ionospheric wakes of FTEs
AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, December 1986.

16. M. Lockwood et al.
Combined EISCAT-Sondrestrom-Dynamics Explorer observations of a large polar cap expansion
3rd International EISCAT workshop, Bad Lauterberg, Fed. Rep. of Germany, March 1987.

17. M. Lockwood et al.
Non-thermal F-region plasma observed using SP-UK-POLA
3rd International EISCAT workshop, Bad Lauterberg, Fed.Rep. of Germany, March 1987.

18. M. Lockwood et al.
Non-Maxwellian ion velocity distributions observed using EISCAT
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), 19th General Assembly, Vancouver, Canada, August 1987.

19. M. Lockwood (Invited Tutorial)
Ionospheric Plasmas
SERC Summer School in Solar System Plasmas, London, UK, September 1987.

20. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Recent ionospheric observations relating to solar wind-magnetosphere coupling
Royal Society Discussion Meeting, "The magnetosphere, the high-latitude ionosphere and their interactions", London, UK, May 1988.

21. M. Lockwood and S.W.H. Cowley (Invited Review)
Observations in the auroral ionosphere and at the low-latitude magnetopause of momentum transfer from the solar wind
COSPAR, 27th Plenary Meeting, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, July 1988.

22. M. Lockwood et al.
Ionospheric ion heating and upwelling in the wake of flux transfer events at the dayside magnetopause
COSPAR, 27th Plenary Meeting, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, July 1988.

23. M. Lockwood et al.
Ion flows and temperature enhancement around a contracting polar cap boundary observed by EISCAT
COSPAR, 27th Plenary Meeting, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, July 1988.

24. M. Lockwood et al.
Incoherent scatter radar observations of non-Maxwellian ion velocity distributions in the auroral F-region
COSPAR, 27th Plenary Meeting, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, July 1988.

25. M. Lockwood (Invited)
EISCAT results on the ionospheric response to large auroral ion drifts
COSPAR, 27th Plenary Meeting, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, July 1988.

26. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Recent ionospheric observations related to momentum transfer across the magnetopause
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Advanced Research Workshop on "Electromagnetic coupling in the polar clefts and caps", Lillehammer, Norway, September 1988.

27. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
The excitation of ionospheric convection
IAGA, 9th General Assembly, Exeter, UK, July 1989.

28. M. Lockwood and M.F. Smith
The cusp and ionospheric signatures of flux transfer events
IAGA, 9th General Assembly, Exeter, UK, July 1989.

29. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Ground-based radar and optical observations of transient momentum transfer across the magnetopause
URSI, 23rd, General Assembly, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 1990.

30. M. Lockwood (Invited tutorial)
Solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling
International summer school on Solar System Plasmas, St. Andrews, UK, September 1990.

31. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Radar observations of the cusp
International Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop on the Cusp, Boston, USA, October 1990.

32. M. Lockwood
Ground-based observations of transient magnetic reconnection
Royal Astronomical Society, February 1991 (Abstract in the Observatory)

33. M. Lockwood and M.F. Smith (Invited review)
Is the polar cusp a series of events rather than a steady-state feature?
European Geophysical Society (EGS), 16th. General Assembly, Wiesbaden, Fed. Rep. of Germany, April 1991.

34. M. Lockwood and S.W.H. Cowley (Invited review)
High latitude plasma flows - sources and effects
EGS, 16th. General Assembly, Wiesbaden, Fed. Rep. of Germany, April 1991.

35. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
The dayside aurora and momentum transfer across the magnetopause
Auroral Dynamics Workshop, Victoria, Canada, June 1991.

36. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Transpolar voltage, the substorm cycle and the AE index
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) 20th. General Assembly, Vienna, August 1991.

37. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Incoherent Scatter Measurements of the Cusp
Cluster Workshop, Svalbard, Norway, September 1991.

38. M. Lockwood
Requirements for ground-based observations of the cusp
Cluster Workshop, Svalbard, Norway, September 1991.

39. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Ionospheric electric fields during the substorm cycle
International Conference on Substorms, ICS-1, March 1992.

40. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Flux transfer events and cusp ion precipitation
EGS 17th General Assembly, Edinburgh, April 1992.

41. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Non-Maxwellian ion velocity distributions observed using EISCAT
EGS 17th General Assembly, Edinburgh, April 1992.

42. M. Lockwood and M.N. Wild
Mid-latitude ionospheric depletions associated with changes in the polarity of the Bz component of the IMF
EGS 17th General Assembly, Edinburgh, April 1992.

43. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
The contribution of dayside auroral and plasma flow transients to ionospheric and magnetospheric convection
AGU Spring meeting, Montreal, May 1992.

44. M. Lockwood and M.F. Smith
Variations in the rate of magnetopause reconnection and cusp ion precipitation
AGU Spring meeting, Montreal, May 1992.

45. M. Lockwood (Invited tutorial)
Magnetopause signatures of magnetic reconnection
Workshop on Magnetic Reconnection, Oslo University, 15-17 June 1992
(Text: RAL Report RAL-92-060)

46. M. Lockwood (Invited tutorial)
Reconnection as a driver of magnetospheric convection
Workshop on Magnetic Reconnection, Oslo University, 15-17 June 1992

47. M. Lockwood (Invited tutorial)
Time-Varying Convection
7th. CEDAR Workshop, Boulder, CO., 21-26 June 1992

48. M. Lockwood
EISCAT observations during recent GISMOS campaigns
7th. CEDAR Workshop, Boulder, CO., 21-26 June 1992

49. M. Lockwood (Invited tutorial)
The Life History of a Newly-Opened Flux Tube
Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop, on the Boundary Layer, Snowmass, CO., 28-30 June 1992.

50. M. Lockwood
Ionospheric flow signatures due to transient magnetopause reconnection
Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop, on the Boundary Layer, Snowmass, CO., 28-30 June 1992.

51. M. Lockwood (Invited)
The origin and location of the region 1 currents
Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop, on the Boundary Layer, Snowmass, CO., 28-30 June 1992.

52. M. Lockwood
Ionospheric signatures of pulsed magnetic reconnection at the Earth's magnetopause
Royal Astronomical Society, Ordinary Meeting, March 1992

53. M. Lockwood
Ionospheric signatures of pulsed magnetopause reconnection
NATO Advanced Study Workshop on "Physical Signatures of Magnetospheric Boundary Layer Processes", Oslo, Norway, May 1993.

54. M. Lockwood (Elected IAGA Reporter Review)
Large-scale fields and flows in the magnetosphere-ionosphere system
IAGA, 7th Scientific Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.

55. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Ionospheric and magnetopause signatures of transient magnetopause reconnection.
IAGA, 7th Scientific Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.

56. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Theoretical and modelling studies of transient phenomena in the dayside polar cap
IAGA, 7th Scientific Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.

57. M. Lockwood and S.W.H Cowley (Invited)
Ionospheric convection and substorms
IAGA, 7th Scientific Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.

58. M. Lockwood and M.F. Smith (Invited Review)
Injection of magnetosheath plasma by magnetic reconnection: magnetopause, mid-altitude and ionospheric observations
IAGA, 7th Scientific Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.

59. M.A. Saunders, M. Lockwood and M.N. Wild
The semi-annual variation in great geomagnetic storms
IAGA, 7th Scientific Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.

60. M. Lockwood, S.W.H. Cowley, J Moen, W.F. Denig, A.D. Farmer, V.N. Davda, U.P. Løvhaug, and H. Lühr
Ionospheric signatures of pulsed magnetopause reconnection: combined satellite/optical/magnetometer/EISCAT radar observations
6th EISCAT Scientific workshop, Andenes, Norway, September 1993.

61. M. Lockwood (Invited)
Ionospheric Convection and the Substorm Cycle
Royal Astronomical Society Discussion Meeting, February 1994.

62. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
The interconnection of magnetic fields of the Earth and the Sun
24th Congress of the Institute of Physics, Brighton, UK, April 1994.

63. M. Lockwood (Invited)
Ground-based and satellite observations of the cusp: evidence for pulsed magnetopause reconnection.
Proc. Chapman Conf. on the Magnetopause, San Diego, USA, April 1994.

64. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Co-ordinated measurements by incoherent scatter radars and satellites.
ESA Ground-Based Working Group Workshop on Co-ordinated measurements with CLUSTER, Orleans, France, May, 1994.

65. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Incoherent scatter radar observations of magnetospheric processes: cusp
Japan-EISCAT Symposium on the Polar Ionosphere, JESPI, Ise-Shima, Japan September 1994.

66. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
EISCAT-ESR observations in co-ordination with Cluster: opportunities for cusp research
Japan-EISCAT Symposium on the Polar Ionosphere, JESPI, Ise-Shima, Japan, September 1994.

67. M. Lockwood and T.G. Onsager (Invited Tutorial)
Plasma injection and acceleration at the dayside magnetopause
Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop, on the Boundary Layer, Snowmass, CO., 28-30 June 1995.

68. M. Lockwood (Invited)
The characteristics of the magnetopause reconnection site from cusp ion dispersion
Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop, on the Boundary Layer, Snowmass, CO., 28-30 June 1995.

69. M. Lockwood (Invited)
The contribution of flux transfer events to convection
Geospace Environment Modelling (GEM) Workshop, on the Boundary Layer, Snowmass, CO., 28-30 June 1995.

70. M. Lockwood (Invited)
The Transport of Solar Wind Plasma Into the Ionosphere: Determination of the Magnetopause Reconnection Rate and Other X-line Characteristics from Cusp Ion Dispersion
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), XXI General Assembly, Boulder, CO., 2-14 July, 1995.

71. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Signatures of Substorms in the Auroral and Polar Cap Ionosphere: Radar Observations
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), XXI General Assembly, Boulder, CO., 2-14 July, 1995.

72. M. Lockwood (Elected reporter review for IAGA Division III)
Large-Scale Fields and Flows in the Magnetosphere Ionosphere System
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), XXI General Assembly, Boulder, CO., 2-14 July, 1995.

73. M. Lockwood (Invited tutorial)
Solar wind - magnetosphere coupling
International EISCAT school, Cargése, Corsica, September 1995.

74. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Pulsed magnetopause reconnection
COSPAR, 31st Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, England, July 1996.

75. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Testing substorm theories: a review of recent multipoint observations
COSPAR, 31st Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, England, July 1996

76. M. Lockwood (Invited review)
Incoherent scatter radar measurements of solar-wind/ionosphere coupling
COSPAR, 31st Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, England, July 1996.

77. M. Lockwood (Invited)
Origins of dayside precipitations
Alfvén conference on the cusp, Kiruna, Sweden, September 1996

78. M. Lockwood (Invited lecture series)
Magnetopause reconnection and flux transfer events
MHD Summer School, St Andrews, September 1996.

79. M. Lockwood
Multipoint measurements in space: life after Cluster I.
Ordinary Meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society, October 1996.

80. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Ion populations in the Low-latitude Boundary Layer
Workshop on the Low-Latitude Boundary Layer, Max-Planck Geselschaft, Ringberg Schlo?, Germany, April 1997.

81. M. Lockwood (Invited Review)
Observations by the ESR and EISCAT radars needed to solve outstanding questions
of solar wind magnetosphere interaction
8th International EISCAT workshop, Leicester University, UK, June 1997

82. M. Lockwood (Invited Introductory Lecture)
The polar cap boundary, the convection reversal boundary and the open-closed field line boundary
NATO Advanced Study Institute “Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena”, Svalbard, June 1997

83. M. Lockwood and J. Moen
Reconfiguration and closure of lobe flux by reconnection during northward IMF: evidence for signatures in cusp/cleft auroral emissions.
NATO Advanced Study Institute “Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena”, Svalbard, June 1997

84. M. Lockwood and M.A. Hapgood
Magnetopause structure revealed by the transition parameter
NATO Advanced Study Institute “Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena”, Svalbard, June 1997

85. M. Lockwood
The origin of dayside auroral precipitations
8th IAGA Scientific Assembly, Uppsala, August, 1997.

86. M. Lockwood (Invited annual lecture)
How Faraday’s law governs Appleton’s Ionosphere
33rd Appleton Lecture, The institution of Electrical Engineers, Savoy Place,
London, January 1988.

87. M. Lockwood and M.A. Hapgood (Invited)
Applying advances of ISTP/GEM to past data: implications for the low-latitude boundary layer
“Towards solar maximum 2000”, Yosemite, California, February 1998.

88. M. Lockwood and H.J. Opgenoorth (Invited)
Substorm quenching: a test of substorm onset models
ICS-4, Japan, March 1998

89. M. Lockwood and M.A. Hapgood (Invited)
The structure of the dayside magnetopause and of dayside auroral precipitations due to pulsed magnetopause reconnection
23rd General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 1998.

90. M. Lockwood, C.J. Davis and S.W.H. Cowley (Invited)
Longitudinal extent of dayside transient events
32nd. Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, Nagoya, Japan, July 1998.

91. M. Lockwood, C.J. Davis, T.G. Onsager, J.D. Scudder, M. Grande, C.H. Perry and B.J. Kellett (Invited)
Dayside ion precipitation characteristics
32nd. Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, Nagoya, Japan, July 1998.

92. M. Lockwood (invited)
Low-altitude observations of the cusp and dayside transients
ISTP Workshop, Chilton, September 1998.

93. M. Lockwood (invited)
Predicting solar disturbance effects on navigation signals
NAV98, Satellite Navigation and Safety, Church House, London, December 1998

94. M. Lockwood (invited)
Dayside cusp currents for steady and pulsed magnetopause reconnection
AGU Chapman Conference on Current Systems, Hawaii, January 1999

95. M. Lockwood, R. Stamper, M.N. Wild and TGD Clarke (invited)
Solar causes of the long-term increase in geomagnetic activity
EGS General Assembly, Den Haag, The Netherlands, April, 1999

96. M. Lockwood (invited)
Ionospheric signatures of the open-closed field line boundary
SuperDARN Workshop, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1999

97. M. Lockwood, M.N. Wild, S.W.H. Cowley, S. Milan and M. Lester
Convection enhancements following southward turnings of the IMF: Instantaneous or Expanding?
SuperDARN Workshop, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1999

98. M. Lockwood (invited)
Planning co-ordinated Cluster2 and ground-based observations
Cluster-Ground Based Co-ordination Workshop, Imperial College, London, 1999

99. M. Lockwood (invited)
Revealing the secret history of our Sun
XXXIV Annual Meeting of the Finnish Physical Society, Espoo, Helsinki, Finland, March 2000

100. M. Lockwood (invited)
Space Climate: long-term changes in the heliospheric field and it effects
33nd. Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, Warsaw, Poland, July 2000.

101. M. Lockwood (invited)
The variation of solar brightness since 1868 and its possible effects on global temperatures
SOLSPA 1 Euroconference “The solar cycle and terrestrial climate”, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, September 2000.

102. M. Lockwood, I. Finch and R. Stamper (invited)
Energy coupling between the solar wind and the upper atmosphere on a range of timescales
The 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, October 2000.

103. M. Lockwood et al.
Co-ordinated Cluster, ground-based instrumentation and low-altitude satellite observations of transient poleward-moving events in the ionosphere and in the tail lobe
European Geophysical Society, XXVI General Assembly, Session ST-6, Cluster II: First results, Nice, France, March 2001

104. M. Lockwood et al.
Co-ordinated Cluster and ground-based instrument observations of transient changes in the magnetopause boundary layer during an interval of predominantly northward IMF: relation to reconnection pulses and FTE signatures
European Geophysical Society, XXVI General Assembly, Session ST-6, Cluster II: First results, Nice, France, March 2001

105. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long-Term Variations in Solar Magnetic Fields and Irradiance
European Geophysical Society, XXVI General Assembly, Session ST19, How variable is the Sun?, Nice, France, March 2001

106. M. Lockwood (invited review)
EISCAT/ESR observations of cusp auroral transients
European Geophysical Society, XXVI General Assembly, Session ST7, The new EISCAT radar systems: polar magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere research, Nice, France, March 2001

107. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long-term variations in cosmic ray fluxes and total solar irradiance and global climate change
Workshop on Ion-Aerosol-Cloud Interactions, CERN, Geneva, April 2001

108. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long-term variations in the open solar flux
AGU Spring meeting, Boston, May 2001.

109. M. Lockwood (invited)
Co-ordinated Cluster and Ground-Based observations of transient events in the low-latitude boundary layer
Joint IAGA-IASPEI Scientific Assembly, Hanoi, Vietnam, August 2001

110. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Solar and Heliospheric influences on global climate change
Advanced Space Plasmas Summer School, St Andrews, Scotland, September, 2001.

111. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Geospace and solar irradiance over the past 3 solar cycles
“From Solar Min to Max: Half a solar cycle with SoHO”, SoHO 11 Symposium, Davos, Switzerland, March 2002.

112. M. Lockwood (invited)
Total solar irradiance, cosmic rays, cloud cover and climate
European Geophysical Society, XXVII General Assembly, Session ST20, Solar influences on Climate, Nice, France, April 2002

113. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long-term variations in the open solar flux and its influence on climate
RAS National Astronomy Meeting, February 2002.

114. M. Lockwood (invited keynote speech)
Physical characteristics and dynamic processes in the Arctic: a framework for biological environments and ecosystems
The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences 6th Kongsvoll Symposium, Kongsvoll, Norway, August 2002

115. M. Lockwood (invited view)
Placing Cluster observations of the cusp in context: the use of imagers, radars and models
Spatio-Temporal Analysis and Multipoint Measurements in Space (STAMMS) conference: Cluster input to critical issues in
Magnetospheric physics, Orléans, France 12-16 May 2003

116. M. Lockwood (invited view)
Cluster and IMAGE: discriminating between antiparallel/component and pulsed/quasi-steady reconnection
6th International Cluster Workshop, ESTEC, The Netherlands, October 2003

117. M. Lockwood and S.S. Foster (invited view)
Are there links between long-term changes in open solar flux, the distribution of emerged flux, cosmogenic isotopes and the total solar irradiance?

American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, paper SH31C-03, San Francisco, December 2003

118. M. Lockwood and S.K. Morley (invited view)
Numerical modelling of observed cusp characteristics for spatial and temporal variations in magnetopause reconnection rate
American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, paper SM51D-06, San Francisco, December 2003

119. M. Lockwood (invited series of 10 lectures)
Solar Outputs, their variations and their effects of Earth
Sass-Fee Course, Davos, Switzerland, March 2004

120. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long-term changes in open solar magnetic flux, the total photospheric field and the total solar irradiance,
The Solstice Conference “Direct and Indirect Observations of Long-Term Solar Activity”, Oulu, Finland, May 2004

121. M. Lockwood (invited plenary lecture)
Reconstructing long-term solar irradiance variability without stellar analogues: implications for global warming
RAS National Astronomy Meeting Plenary Session: Solar Stellar Connection Birmingham, April 2005

122. M. Lockwood (invited Workshop summary)
Outlook
International Space Science Institude Workshop: Solar variability and planetary climates, Berne, June 2005

123. M. Lockwood (invited)
The Earth-Sun-Heliosphere Interactions Experiment (EARTHSHINE): A new view of our climate system - Past, Present, & Future
5th UK-Korea Space Workshop, Je-Ju Island Korea, July 2005

124. M. Lockwood (invited summer school review)
Solar Influences on Earth
PPARC Astronomy Summer School, Edinburgh, September 2005

125. M. Lockwood (invited summer school review)
Solar Wind – Magnetosphere Coupling: 1. The transfer of Energy, Mass and Momentum across the magnetopause
PPARC Solar-Terrestrial Advanced Course, Aberystwyth, September 2005

126. M. Lockwood (invited summer school review)
Solar Influences on Earth
PPARC Solar Advances Cource, Leeds, September 2005

127. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long-Term Solar Variability & Climate
ISSI Workshop, Berne, April 2006

128. M. Lockwood
Terrestrial Effects of Solar Variability over Recent Centuries
New Fellow’s Seminar, Royal Society, London, July 2006

129. M. Lockwood (invited review)
The mystery of the seasonal dependence in solar wind-magnetosphere coupling: how conjugate measurements can help
China-UK symposium on Upper Polar Atmosphere Science, The Cosener’s House, Abingdon, August/September 2006

130. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Solar Wind – Magnetosphere Coupling: The transfer of Energy, Mass and Momentum across the Magnetopause
PPARC Advanced Course Lectures Leicester, September 2006

131. M. Lockwood (invited)
Spatial & temporal variability of magnetopause reconnection
RAS Discussion Meeting, November 2006

132. M. Lockwood (invited review)
The Rough Guide to the Moon and Mars: Essential Physics for the Space Traveller
Plenary Lecture, RAS-NAM, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, April 2007

133. J. Sullivan, M. Lockwood, B. Lanchester, E.Kontar, and D. Whiter
Naturally Enhanced Radar Spectra (NEIALs) and Low Energy Auroral Imaging: What do NEIALs look like?
13th EISCAT Workshop, Marieham, Ålund Islands, Finland, August, 2007

134. M. Lockwood (invited tutorial)
EISCAT Summary Data Plots: what do they tell us?
International EISCAT Radar School, Marieham, Ålund Islands, Finland, August, 2007

135. M. Lockwood (invited review)
EISCAT Scientific Strategy for the Next Five, Ten & Thirty Years: a Personal View of the Opportunities
13th EISCAT Workshop, Marieham, Tor Hagfors Memorial Session, Ålund Islands, Finland, August, 2007

136. M. Lockwood (invited review)
How the Sun Influences Modern Life
Our life-giving star: the flow of energy from the Sun to the Earth, BA Festival of Science, York, September 2007

137. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Long Term Variability of the Sun & Recent Climate Change
RAS Monthly A&G Meeting, October 2007

138. M. Lockwood (invited review)
The Space Environment in the Inner Heliosphere
4th European Space Weather Week, Bruxelles, November 2007

139. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Fly me to the Moon (let me search for life among the stars)
3rd Appleton Conference, RAL, December 2007

140. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Space
RAL 50th Anniversary Lecture, November 2007

141. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Detection of Extra-solar Planet Radio Emission from the Moon
RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting, 14th December 2007

142. M. Lockwood and J.Lee (invited review)
Proposed Space-Based Earthshine Observations
Lund Earthshine Workshop, Lund University, January 2008

143. M. Lockwood (invited discussion leader)
Discussion
Leverhulme Climate Symposium: Earth's Climate: Past, Present and Future
University of Cambridge and the Royal Society, London, March 2008

144. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Solar Variability
Leverhulme Climate Symposium: Earth's Climate: Past, Present and Future
University of Cambridge and the Royal Society, London, March 2008

145. M. Lockwood (invited lectures)
Solar Variability: Effects on Earth
STFC Solar System Plasmas Summer School Lecture, Armagh, September 2007

146. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Recent Climate Change
European Insurance Forum, EIF08, Dublin, Ireland, April 2008

147. M. Lockwood (invited review)
The rough guide to the Moon and Mars: essential physics for the space traveller
Space Physics Workshop, Uppsala, Sweden, May 2008

148. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Introduction to Climate Change
QUEST08 Summer School, Bristol University, September 2008

149. M. Lockwood (invited lectures)
Solar Variability: Effects on Earth & Near-Earth Space
STFC Solar & Solar-Terrestrial Summer School, Sheffield, September 2008

150. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Measurements of open solar flux by various spacecraft in the heliosphere and their implications for long term solar variability
Space Climate Symposium, Saariselkä, Finland, March 2009

151. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Open solar flux and irradiance during the current “exceptional” solar minimum: implications for climate change
MIST/UKSP Session, RAS/NAM - EAS/JENAM, University of Hertfordshire, April 2009

152. M. Lockwood (invited review)
The Rise and Fall of Open Solar Flux During the Current Grand Solar Maximum (allowing for the effect of fast solar wind streams)
HSS-GI Workshop, Ambleside UK, September 2009

153. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Solar change and climate change
STFC Solar-Terrestrial Physics Summer School, UCL/MSSL, September 2009

154. M. Lockwood (invited)
Context and implications of the recent low sunspot minimum
RAS Ordinary Meeting, October 2009

155. M. Lockwood (invited debator)
How the Sun does and does not influence climate
5th European Space Weather Week, Debate, Brugges, November 2009

156. M. Lockwood (invited debator)
Uncertainties in the development of Climate Change
Great Debate on Climate Change, (cf. R. Showstack, Trans AGU, 91 (23), 207,
doi:10.1029/2010EO230003, 2010), EGU General Assembly, Vienna, May 2010.

157. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and climate change
STFC Solar System Summer School, Leeds University, September 2010

158. M. Lockwood (invited review)
Solar change and climate: an update in the light of the current exceptional solar minimum
10th Annual Meeting, European Meteorological Society, Zurich, September 2010

159. M. Lockwood (The RIA Academy Times Public Lecture, 2010)
Solar Variability & Influences on Climate
Royal Irish Academy, Trinity College, Dublin, September 2010

160. M. Lockwood (The Blackett Lecture, 2010)
Solar Variability & Influences on Climate
Marlbrorough College, November 2010

161. M. Lockwood (Invited)
Solar influence on the Earth’s climate
ISSI Workshop “Observing & Modelling Earth’s Energy Flows”, Berne, January, 2011

162. M.Lockwood (Invited seminar)
Solar Influences on Global & European Winter Climates
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO), Olso, April 2011

163. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and climate change
NCAS (National Centre for Atmospheric Science) Summer School, DAMPT, Cambridge University, September 2011

164. M. Lockwood (invited)
Solar change on timescales of days to millennia: evidence and implications
European Geosciences Union, General Assembly, Julius Bartels Medal Lecture, ST2.1, Vienna, April 2012

165. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Long term solar variability
Workshop on Predicting deep Earth processes and impacts on space climate, Leeds University, June 2012

166. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Geomagnetic reconstruction of open solar flux
ISSI wokshop on quantifying ling-term solar change, Berne, June 2013

167. M. Lockwood (invited seminar)
Placing current levels of solar outputs in a centennial context and their implications
Oxford University, March 2013

168. M. Lockwood (invited)
Reconstruction of historic solar magnetic field using proxy data
European Geosciences Union, General Assembly, session ST5.2 , Vienna, April 2013

169. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and climate
NCAS (National Centre for Atmospheric Science) Summer School, Oxford University, September 2013

170. M. Lockwood (The Birkeland Lecture, 2013)
What auroral and geomagnetic observations tell us about long term variations of the Sun
The Birkeland Lecture, Norwegian Academy of Sciences, Oslo, September 2013

171. M. Lockwood (Invited)
Solar influence on the Earth’s climate
International Living With a Star, 10th Anniversary Meeting, Vienna, February 2013

172. M. Lockwood (Invited) L. Barnard, C.J. Scott, and M.J. Owens
Centennial Variations of Near-Earth IMF & Solar Wind Speed
11th European Space Weather Week, Liege, November 2014

173. M. Lockwood (Invited) L. Barnard, C.J. Scott, and M.J. Owens
From Maunder Minimum to the recent Grand Solar Maximum
11th European Space Weather Week, Liege, November 2014

174. M. Lockwood (Invited) L. Barnard, C.J. Scott, and M.J. Owens
From Maunder Minimum to the recent Grand Solar Maximum
11th European Space Weather Week, Liege, November 2014

175. L. Harra and M. Lockwood (Invited lecture)
Explosions in the sky: the physics of solar eruptions
British Science Festival, Birmingham, September 2014

176. M. Lockwood (Invited)
Space Climate Change
RAS MIST meeting on magnetic reconnection, December 2014

177. M. Lockwood (Invited lecture)
Aurorae: significance of historic observations
IoP, International year of Light Environmental Physics Day, Reading, May 2015

178. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and global and regional climate
STFC Solar System Summer School, Glasgow University, September 2015

179. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and climate change
NCAS (National Centre for Atmospheric Science) Summer School, Cambridge University, September 2015

180. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability
STFC Introductory Summer School, St. Andrews University, September 2016

181. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Space Weather and Space Climate
STFC Advanced Summer School, Sheffield University, August 2016

182. M. Lockwood, M.J.Owens and L.A. Barnard (invited lecture)
Centennial Variability of Space Climate
IAU Symposium 335, "Space Weather of the Heliosphere: Processes and Forecasts", Exeter, July, 2017

183. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Particle accelertion and wave-particle interactions
STFC Advanced Summer School, UCLAN, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, August 2017

184. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and climate
STFC Introductory Summer School, Northunbria University, Newcastle, September 2017

185. M. Lockwood (invited lecture)
Solar variability and global and regional climates
NCAS (National Centre for Atmospheric Science) Climate Modelling Summer School, St Catherine's College, Cambridge University, September 2017

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