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Hultqvist, Bengt

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Works: 69 works in 170 publications in 3 languages and 1,182 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Observations  History  Biography 
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Most widely held works by Bengt Hultqvist
Physics of the hot plasma in the magnetosphere : [proceedings] by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

16 editions published in 1975 in English and Undetermined and held by 232 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nobel Symposium No. 30 on the Physics of the Hot Plasma in the Magnetosphere was held at Kiruna Geophysical Institute, Kiruna, Sweden from April 2-4, 1975. Some 40 leading experts from America, USSR, and Western Europe attended the Symposium. The purpose of the meeting was to review and discuss the physics of the hot plasma in the magnetosphere with special empha sis on unsolved problems on which attention needs to be focused during the International Magnetospheric Study 1976-1978. The field is very extensive and complete coverage of all aspects was of course not possible. The radiation belts proper were, for instance, not covered. There were no formal contributed papers, but much time was devoted to discussion. These proceedings contain all review papers except the one by R.Z. Sagdeev. They are ordered by subject, starting, after the introductory lecture, with the problem of how the plasma enters the magnetosphere and ending with the question of the interaction with the ionosphere. The Organizing Committee for the symposium was composed of the following Swedish scientists: E.-A. Brunberg, C.G. Fa1thammar, I. Hu1then, B. Hu1tqvist (chairman), L. Stenf10, and H. Wilhe1msson. The Symposium was financed by the Nobel Foundation through grants from the Tercentenary Foundation of the Bank of Sweden, by the Swedish Board for Space Activities, and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which is gratefully acknowledged. Appreciated contributions "in natura" were also received from the town of Kiruna and the LKAB Company
High-latitude space plasma physics by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

14 editions published between 1983 and 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 207 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nobel symposium No. 54 on High Latitude Magnetospheric/Iono spheric Plasma Physics was organized in Kiruna, Sweden on March 22-25, 1982 by Kiruna Geophysical Institute and EISCAT Scientific Association. Some 50 leading experts from Western Europe, America and USSR were invited to the Symposium. One main purpose of the Symposium was to prepare for the intense European research effort in space plasma physics in the middle 1980's, in which the EISCAT facilities and the Swedish satellite Viking are two of the more important constituents. The prograuune of the symposium was tied to the physics of those regions of near space where EISCAT and Viking are expected to pro vide important new observational results. This is rather well covered by the t it Ie of these proceedings: High Lat itude Space Plasma Physics. The first two sessions dealt with the physics of the high latitude ionosphere and the third one with how this part of near space is affected by the properties of the solar wind and the interplanetary magnetic field. The remaining three sessions covered fairly extensively the high latitude magnetospheric physics at altitudes of 1-2 earth radii, which is the main scien tific object of the Viking project. The Prograuune COllDlittee of the Kiruna Nobel Symposium was composed of the following European scientists: P. Bauer (Issy-les-Moulineaux), R. Bostrom (Uppsala), C.G. FalthallDlar (Stockholm), T. Hagfors (Kiruna, Cochairman), o. Holt (Troms, s), B. Hultqvist (Kiruna, Cochairman), H. Kohl (Lindau), J. Oksman (Oulu), H. Rishbeth (Chilton), and L. Stenflo (Ume!)
Magnetospheric physics : achievements and prospects by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

9 editions published in 1990 in English and Italian and held by 161 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book contains the proceedings of the 1989 Crafoord Symposium organized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The scientific field for the Crafoord Prize of 1989 was decided in 1988 by the Academy to be Magnetospheric Physics. On September 27,1989 the Academy awarded the 1989 Crafoord Prize to Professor J. A. Van Allen, Iowa City, USA "for his pioneer work in space research, in particular for the discovery of the high energy charged particles that are trapped in the Earth's magnetic field and form the radiation belts -often called the Van Allen belts - around the Earth". The subject for the Crafoord Symposium, which was held on September 28-29 at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, was Magnetospheric Physics, Achievements and Prospects. Some seventy of the world's leading scientists in magnetospheric physics (see list of participants) were invited to the Symposium. The program contained only invited papers. After the ?resentation of the Crafoord Prize Laureate, Prof. J . A. Van Allen, and his specially invited lecture: "Active Experiments in Magnetospheric Physics" follows in these proceedings two papers on the achievements of magnetospheric research hitherto. The main part of the proceedings (8 papers) deal with the main theme of the Symposium: How we shall carry on magnetospheric research in the future. The Symposium was organized by five members of the Academy representing the field of space physics: Lars Block (Stockholm), Rolf Bostrom (Uppsala), Kerstin Fredga (Stockholm), Carl-Gunne Fiilthammar (Stockholm) and Bengt Hultqvist (Kiruna, Chairman)
Solar-terrestrial physics 1986 : proceedings of the SCOSTEP Sixth International Solar-Terrestrial physics Symposium, Toulouse, France, June 30-July 5, 1986 by International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Physics( Book )

9 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 116 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Magnetospheric plasma sources and losses : final report of the ISSI study project on source and loss processes by Bengt Hultqvist( )

13 editions published between 1999 and 2012 in English and held by 100 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This sixth volume in the ISSI Space Sciences Series is the outcome of a three-year-long process of carrying through the ISSI study project on `Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plasma'. The goal has been to produce a fully integrated book on the subject which gives an authoritative overview of all aspects of the topic in a well organized form, useful and readable both for active researchers in the field and for young scientists who are starting their research in space physics. In order to represent the full diversity of experience and perspective that exists in the science community, some fifty leading scientists from all over the world were invited to participate in the project and contribute to the text. All contributions are of high scientific standard, consistent in style, nomenclature, notations and format, and with good cross-referencing. This book is primarily of interest to researchers and graduate students in space physics and astrophysics as a textbook and handbook, but it will be a natural part of the library of all research groups involved in space matters
Transport across the boundaries of the magnetosphere : proceedings of an ISSI Workshop, October 1-5, 1996, Bern, Switzerland by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

10 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 97 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume of the Space Sciences Series of ISSI contains review papers that were presented at the first ISSI Workshop on Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plasma in October 1996. The review papers cover all parts of the inner and outer boundaries of the magnetosphere (high-latitude ionosphere, plasmapause, magnetopause, and distant magnetotail). The volume is the first one to summarize current knowledge about the transport of plasma in both directions across the transition regions between the magnetosphere and its low-altitude and high-altitude neighbouring regions. It is primarily of interest to researchers and graduate students in space physics and astrophysics but should be part of the library of all research groups involved in space matters
Energetic protons in the keV energy region and associated keV electrons observed at various local times and disturbance levels in the upper ionosphere by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

2 editions published in 1974 in English and held by 73 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Studies on naturally occurring ionizing radiations, with special reference to radiation doses in Swedish houses of various types by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

7 editions published in 1956 in English and Undetermined and held by 45 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Space, science, and me : memoirs on Swedish space research during the post-war period by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

11 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The solar system and beyond : ten years of ISSI( Book )

5 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduktion till geokosmofysiken by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

4 editions published in 1967 in 3 languages and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proceedings of the SCOSTEP sixth International Solar Terrestrial Physics Symposium Toulouse, France, June 30 - July 5, 1986 by European Physical Society( Book )

3 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rymden, vetenskapen och jag : en memoarbok om Svensk rymdforskning under efterkrigstiden by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in Swedish and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Responses to History of Geophysics Survey by Center for History of Physics (American Institute of Physics)( )

3 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Responses to a survey of approximately 250 leading geophysicists worldwide, conducted by the American Institute of Physics (AIP) Center for History of Physics and the Committe on History of Geophysics of the American Geophysical Union in 1997. Recipients were asked to send copies of their curriculum vitae and a list of publications as Part One of the survey and were then asked to discuss their entry into science in general and geophysics specifically as a career; how their scientific achievements came about and major efforts they were involved in which did not achieve the hoped for results; changes from one discipline to another; funding sources; the role of other disciplines in their own research; their work as educators; and their involvement in geophysics-related institutions. Responses, including questionnaires, curriculum vitae, lists of publications, or autobiographical statements, were contributed by: Philip H. Abelson, Keiiti Aki, Leroy R. Alldredge, Clarence R. Allen, Kinsey A. Anderson, Gustaf O. Arrhenius, W.I. Axford, George E. Backus, Ralph B. Baldwin, Peter M. Banks, Charles A. Barth, Markus Bêath, William A. Berggren, Bruce A. Bolt, John D. Bossler, Martin H.P. Bott, James N. Brune, Reid Bryson, Kenneth G. Budden, Laurence J. Cahill Jr., Joseph C. Cain, Jack G. Calvert, Michele Caputo, Donald L. Carpenter, Bernard H. Chovitz, Robert Griffin Coleman, Harmon Craig, Kenneth M. Creer, Alex Dalgarno, John F. Dewey, Harry G. Drickamer, James W. Dungey, Jerry P. Eaton, Arnt Eliassen, K.O. (Kenneth Orris) Emery, Richard W. Eppley, Samuel Epstein, John V. Evans, John I. Ewing, Carl-Gunne Fälthammar, Joan Feynman, Herbert Friedman, Naoshi Fukushima, Roger Gendrin, Thomas Gold, Edward D. Goldberg, Julian R. Goldsmith, William E. Gordon, Cecil H. Green, Anton L. Hales, Edwin L. Hamilton, James R. Heirtzler, Raymond Hide, Colin O. Hines, William J. Hinze, Benjamin F. Howell Jr., Kenneth J. Hsu, Bengt Karl G. Hultqvist, Kenneth L. Hunkins, Patrick M. Hurley, Douglas L. Inman, Edward Irving, John A. Jacobs, Emilie Jäger, Georges Jobert, Harold S. Johnston, W. Barclay Kamb, William M. Kaula, Charlotte E. Keen, Paul J. Kellogg, William W. Kellogg, Charles F. Kennel, Carl Kisslinger, Margaret G. Kivelson, John A. Knauss, Konrad B. Krauskopf, Dale Krauss, Ikuo Kushiro, Roger L. Larson, Anthony S. Laughton, Douglas K. Lilly, C. Gordon Little, Arthur E. Maxwell, Alexander R. McBirney, Carl E. McIlwain, Dan P. McKenzie, Rudolf O. Meissner, A.P. Mitra, Forrest S. Mozer, Ivan I. Mueller, Norman F. Ness, Marcia Neugebauer, Atsuhiro Nishida, Jack E. Oliver, Neil D. Opdyke, Benjamin M. Page, Eugene Newman Parker, Harry E. Petschek, Gordon H. Pettengill, Norman A. Phillips, George L. Pickard, W.R. Piggott, George W. Platzman, Martin A. Pomerantz, Richard H. Rapp, Karl M. Rawer, Richard J. Reed, Joseph L. Reid, John H. Reynolds, Tsuneji Rikitake, Henry Rishbeth, Eugene C. Robertson, Edwin Roedder, Juan G. Roederer, Carl F. Romney, James C. Savage, Werner F. Schreyer, Irwin I. Shapiro, Robert P. Sharp, George G. Shor Jr., George L. Siscoe, Joseph Smagorinsky, Joseph V. Smith, Charles P. Sonett, William Stauder, Edward C. Stone, Lynn R. Sykes, Marie Tharp, George A. Thompson, George R. Tilton, Valerie Troitskaya, Karl K. Turekian, Elazar Uchupi, Seiya Uyeda, James A. Van Allen, Tjeerd H. Van Andel, Vytenis M. Vasyliunas, Oswald G. Villard, Frederick J. Vine, Richard P. Von Herzen, Robert E. Wallace, Martin Walt, Gerald Joseph Wasserburg, George W. Wetherill, John A. Wood, Warren S. Wooster, J. Lamar Worzel, Klaus Wyrtki, Yushou Xie (Yen-shou Hsieh)
High-latitude space plasma physics : Nobel Symposium 54( Book )

1 edition published in 1983 in Undetermined and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Plasma waves in the frequency range 0.001 - 10 CPS in the earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere : a survey by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

3 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The plasma model for the magnetospher and ionosphere is first discussed. A review of some parts of the theory for a warm collisionless plasma of interest in the magnetosphere in connection with waves of periods between 0.1 and 1000 seconds is given. The theory for magnetohydrodynamic waves in a slightly ionized gas is then summarized. The available observational data about magnetospheric and ionospheric phenomena, which may be interpreted in terms of waves with periods between 0.1 and 1000 seconds, are briefly survayed and some theoretical applications to the ionosphere and magnetosphere are finally discussed. Most of the report is devoted to warm-plasma theory. The theory of shock phenomena and transients in the magnetosphere is not included in the report. (Author)
Energetic protons in the keV energy region and associated keV electrons observed at various local times and disturbance levels in the upper ionosphere by Bengt Hultqvist( Book )

1 edition published in 1974 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Transport across the boundaries of the magnetosphere : proceedings of an ISSI Workshop, October 1-5, 1996, Bern( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Bengt Hultqvist Swedish professor emeritus of space physics, former head (1956-1994) of the Swedish Institute of Space Physics (Institutet för rymdfysik, IRF)

Hultqvist, B.

Hultqvist, B. (Bengt)

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English (109)

Swedish (6)

Italian (1)