The Analysis

three Solar, Geomagnetic and Ionospheric Storms

Spomenko J. Mihajlović 1, Milena Cukavac1, Elra

Hasanagić1, Spomenko J. Mihajlović 1, Rudi Čop2, Lazo Pekevski3,

Jovica Jankovic1, Miodrag Rašić1

(1) Republic Geodetic Authority, Bulevar

Vojvode Mišića 39, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (2) Zavod

Terra Viva, Sv. Peter 123, 6333 Sečovlje, Slovenija (3) University

Sts. Cyril and Methodius”, Seismological Observatory, Skopje,



Solar-geophysical processes which determine

changes in the index of solar-geomagnetic activity will be analyze in

this study. Conditions in space or solar weather often can be

determined by activity of CMEs emission (Coronal Mass Ejections), or

by eruptions of coronal plasma and energy. Solar weather is changed as

is changed number of registered solar storms, number and speed of

magnetic clouds and if they were observed by moderate or intensive

magnetic storms.These are changes in the speed and power of the Solar

Wind, the appearance of intense solar flares, which are associated

with the emission of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) and the radiation

of coronal holes (CH). The geo-effective impact of solar-geomagnetic

disturbances will be analyzed on the case of three solar, geomagnetic

and ionospheric storms (March 2013, March 2015 and September