About the MACCS Program

History

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Data Details

Data Use Policy

These web pages contain magnetometer data from the Magnetometer Array for Cusp and Cleft Studies (MACCS), an array of magnetometers in Arctic Canada run by Boston University and Augsburg College with assistance from the University of Alberta and the Geological Survey of Canada, and supported by the National Science Foundation's Magnetospheric Physics Program. The principal investigators of the MACCS program were Dr. Mark Engebretson engebret@augsburg.edu and Dr. W. J. Hughes hughes@bu.edu. In 2008 all operations moved to Augsburg College. At this time Dr. David Murr murrdl@augsburg.edu, a Ph.D. student of Dr. Hughes, replaced him as Co-Principal Investigator.

Further details of the MACCS array can be found in W. J. Hughes and M. J. Engebretson, MACCS: Magnetometer Array for Cusp and Cleft Studies, in Satellite-Ground Based Coordination Sourcebook, (eds. M. Lockwood, M.N. Wild H. J. Opgenoorth), ESA-SP-1198, pp. 119-130, 1997

Plots and data at a five-second resolution may be obtained on our data request page. Please see our data details page for further information about file formats and data processing. Data may also be obtained at higher resolution by email request. All data provided have been subjected to routine quality checks, but these may not catch all errors. Persons wishing to use MACCS data in publications or presentations should contact one of the MACCS investigators to verify the quality of these data. Any use of these data must include a proper acknowledgment of their source. Please see our data use policy.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. ATM-0827903. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact posch@augsburg.edu, engebret@augsburg.edu, or steinmee@augsburg.edu.