Timo Qvick

Doctoral researcher
Space Climate

Space Physics and Astronomy
Faculty of Science

I am a doctoral researcher in the Space Climate research group. My research focuses on space climate, i.e., the long-term variability of solar activity and its effects in near-Earth environment. I employ various long-term ground-based geomagnetic datasets and satellite-based solar wind measurements to study especially geomagnetic activity and magnetic storms. I'm interested in the past and future evolution of solar magnetic activity and understanding how that affects the terrestrial environment.

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  • Geomagnetic activity
  • Magnetic storms
  • Solar long-term variability

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