The 2013 report Solar and Space Physics; A Science for a Technological Society outlined a program of basic and applied research for the period 2013-2022. This publication describes the most significant scientific discoveries, technical advances, and relevant programmatic changes in solar and space physics since the publication of that decadal survey. Progress Toward Implementation of the 2013 Decadal Survey for Solar and Space Physics assesses the degree to which the programs of the National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration address the strategies, goals, and priorities outlined in the 2013 decadal survey, and the progress that has been made in meeting those goals. This report additionally considers steps to enhance career opportunities in solar and space physics and recommends actions that should be undertaken to prepare for the next decadal survey.
Table of Contents
|1 Introduction to Heliophysics and the 2013 Decadal Survey||16-32|
|2 Science Discoveries and Technical Advances||33-47|
|3 Progress, Opportunities, and Challenges for Decadal Survey Research Goals and Recommendations||48-89|
|4 Progress, Opportunities, and Challenges for Decadal Survey Applications Goals and Recommendations||90-100|
|5 Heliophysics Career Enhancements||101-109|
|6 Preparing for the Next Heliophysics Decadal Survey||110-120|
|Appendix A: Statement of Task||123-123|
|Appendix B: Biographies of Committee Members and Staff||124-130|
|Appendix C: Committee Meeting Agendas||131-134|
|Appendix D: Report Findings||135-139|
|Appendix E: Progress for Science Challenges in 2013 Heliophysics Decadal Survey||140-166|
|Appendix F: Acronyms||167-172|
Recording of the report release webinar, where committee co-chairs discuss the key findings and recommendations in the report.
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