The database interface is currently up for testing. If you experience any errors, please contact max.van.de.kamp at fmi.fi or theresa.hoppe at fmi.fi. You can also download the latest version of the database from zenodo: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6343989
Download the entire database of shocks:
Download plots of all shocks:
For more information about the database, such as the sources of all the raw data and the methods used to develop this database, please see the technical report by Lalti et al., 2022 (submitted to JGR: space physics).
If you have further questions, suggestions, or comments on the database, please feel free to contact Ahmad Lalti: ahmadl at irfu.se or Andrew Dimmock: andrew.dimmock at irfu.se .
For questions, suggestions, bug reports and other comments on this webpage, please contact Max van de Kamp: max.van.de.kamp at fmi.fi .
Shock database selection
Build your shock database.
To see a list of all available data, click 'Submit' without selecting anything.
To limit and specialise your database, select any spacecraft or mission, and/or adjust any parameter range, before clicking 'Submit'.
If 'Include missing values' for a certain parameter is unchecked, shocks where the corresponding parameter value is missing will not be included.
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