Kellerman, A., McGranaghan, R., et al., (2021). Geomagnetically Induced Currents at Middle Latitudes: 1. Quiet-time Variability, which has been submitted for possible publication in Space Weather. https://doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10505933.1
Hughes, J., McGranaghan, R., et al., (2021). Revealing Novel Connections Between Space Weather and the Power Grid: Network Analysis of Ground-Based Magnetometer and Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GIC) Measurements. https://doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10505962.1
Shimizu, C., McGranaghan, R., et al., (2021). Towards a Modular Ontology for Space Weather Research. arXiv:2009.12285
Che-Castaldo, J., McGranaghan, R., et al., (2021). Critical Risk Indicators (CRIs) for the electric power grid: A survey and discussion of interconnected effects. arXiv:2101.07771
Tigas, P., McGranaghan, R., et al., (2021). Global Earth Magnetic Field Modeling and Forecasting with Spherical Harmonics Decomposition. arXiv:2102.01447
McGranaghan, R., et al., (2021). "Quantifying risk in the complex space weather system: New progress through data science and the Open Knowledge Network” Committee on Space Research (COSPAR 2021 Assembly). Session C1.3: Conditions for Enhanced Risk in Ionospheric Weather.
McGranaghan, R., et al., (2020). "IN028. Linking knowledge in the Earth and Space Sciences: Pioneers of a new paradigm” American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2020. Session convener.
Shimizu, C., McGranaghan, R., et al., (2020). “Towards a Modular Ontology for Space Weather Research” 11th edition of the Workshop on Ontology Design and Patterns (WOP 2020) held in conjunction with Internagtional Semantic Web Conference 2020.
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