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Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena

Author: J Moen; A Egeland; M Lockwood
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint : Springer, 1998.
Series: NATO ASI series., Series C,, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, 509.
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The book deals with the most important areas of the Earth's plasma environment - the polar cap boundaries, the discussion focusing on the key role played by the polar cap and its boundaries in magnetospheric-ionospheric science on both the day and night sides. Identification criteria have been compiled for the magnetospheric boundary layers that are of central importance to current research and to applications in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Moen; A Egeland; M Lockwood
ISBN: 9789401152143 9401152144 9789401061957 9401061955
OCLC Number: 840311160
Description: 1 online resource (452 pages).
Contents: Recent work on the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability at the dayside magnetopause and boundary layer --
Magnetopause motions in a Newton-Busemann approach --
Comparison of gasdynamics and MHD predictions for magnetosheath flow --
Time-varying reconnection. Quantitative reconnection --
An empirical model of the magnetopause for broad ranges of solar wind pressure and BZ IMF --
Solar wind He2+ and H+ distributions in the cusp for southward IMF --
Identifying the open-closed field line boundary --
Open and closed low latitude boundary layer --
The dynamic magnetosphere --
Ionospheric signatures of magnetopause processes --
Excitation of flow in the Earth's magnetosphere-ionosphere system: observations by incoherent-scatter radar --
Large-scale electric fields in the dayside magnetosphere --
Polar observations of cusp electrodynamics: evolution from 2- to 4-cell convection patterns --
Relationship between large-, meso-, and small-scale field-aligned currents and their current carriers --
The dayside aurora and its regulation by the interplanetary magnetic field --
Auroral and geomagnetic signatures of flux transfer events and associated current systems for positive and negative IMF BY --
Coherent-scatter radar studies of the dayside cusp --
Ionospheric radiowave absorption processes in the dayside polar cap boundary regions --
Response of the polar cap ionosphere to changes in (solar wind) IMF --
Polar cap phenomena and their relation to boundary layers and the IMF --
Polar patches --
outstanding issues --
Conjugate features of auroras observed by TV cameras and imaging riometers at auroral zone and polar cap conjugate-pair stations --
HF radars as a tool for conjugate studies of magnetospheric phenomena --
Conjugate ground observations and possible source regions of two types of PC 1-2 pulsations at very high latitudes --
Studies of geomagnetic conjugacy at very high latitudes --
A model for the high latitude isotropic boundary --
Particle boundaries during a solar electron event --
Structure analysis of geosynchronous substorm oscillations --
Substorms and the inner magnetosphere: onset and initial expansion --
Observations of tailward sreaming ions in the near-earth tail during a magnetospheric substorm --
Space weather --
the practice of space physics --
A summary of the NATO ASI on polar cap boundary phenomena.
Series Title: NATO ASI series., Series C,, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, 509.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway, 4-13 June 1997
Responsibility: edited by J. Moen, A. Egeland, M. Lockwood.

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