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  1. Pitch Angle Scattering and Loss of Radiation Belt Electrons in Broadband Electromagnetic Waves
  2. Energisation of the ring current by substorms
  3. The Composition of Plasma inside Geostationary Orbit Based on Van Allen Probes Observations
  4. Ion Injection Triggered EMIC Waves in the Earth's Magnetosphere
  5. Observation of Oblique Lower Band Chorus Generated by Nonlinear Three-Wave Interaction
  6. Rapid Enhancements of the Seed Populations in the Heart of the Earth's Outer Radiation Belt: A Multicase Study
  7. What Causes Radiation Belt Enhancements: A Survey of the Van Allen Probes Era
  8. The Ionospheric Impact of an ICME-Driven Sheath Region Over Indian and American Sectors in the Absence of a Typical Geomagnetic Storm
  9. An Empirical Model of Radiation Belt Electron Pitch Angle Distributions Based On Van Allen Probes Measurements
  10. Generation process of large-amplitude upper band chorus emissions observed by Van Allen Probes
  11. Nonlinear and synergistic effects of ULF Pc5, VLF chorus, and EMIC waves on relativistic electron flux at geosynchronous orbit
  12. A Distributed Lag-Autoregressive Model of Geostationary Relativistic Electron Fluxes: Comparing the Influences of Waves, Seed and Source Electrons, and Solar Wind Inputs
  13. Nonlinear Electrostatic Steepening of Whistler Waves: The Guiding Factors and Dynamics in Inhomogeneous Systems
  14. Quantitative Evaluation of Radial Diffusion and Local Acceleration Processes During GEM Challenge Events
  15. Radiation Belt “Dropouts” and Drift-Bounce Resonances in Broadband Electromagnetic Waves
  16. Temporal Evolution of Ion Spectral Structures During a Geomagnetic Storm: Observations and Modeling
  17. Very Oblique Whistler Mode Propagation in the Radiation Belts: Effects of Hot Plasma and Landau Damping
  18. The Evolution of the Plasma Sheet Ion Composition: Storms and Recoveries
  19. Relativistic Electron Increase During Chorus Wave Activities on the 6-8 March 2016 Geomagnetic Storm
  20. The Warm Plasma Composition in the Inner Magnetosphere During 2012-2015
  21. Shock-Induced Disappearance and Subsequent Recovery of Plasmaspheric Hiss: Coordinated Observations of RBSP, THEMIS, and POES Satellites
  22. Diffusive Transport of Several Hundred keV Electrons in the Earth's Slot Region
  23. Systematic Evaluation of Low-Frequency Hiss and Energetic Electron Injections
  24. The effects of magnetospheric processes on relativistic electron dynamics in the Earth's outer radiation belt
  25. Rapid Loss of Radiation Belt Relativistic Electrons by EMIC Waves
  26. Multiple-Satellite Observation of Magnetic Dip Event During the Substorm on 10 October 2013
  27. The Characteristic Pitch Angle Distributions of 1 eV to 600 keV Protons Near the Equator Based On Van Allen Probes Observations
  28. Generation of Highly Oblique Lower-band Chorus via Nonlinear Three-wave Resonance
  29. The plasma environment inside geostationary orbit: A Van Allen Probes HOPE survey
  30. Statistical analysis of MMS observations of energetic electron escape observed at/beyond the dayside magnetopause
  31. Radial transport of radiation belt electrons in kinetic field-line resonances
  32. Relativistic electron dynamics produced by azimuthally localized poloidal mode ULF waves: Boomerang-shaped pitch angle evolutions
  33. Space Focus Lead Report
  34. Space Sciences Focus Area
  35. Effects of whistler mode hiss waves in March 2013
  36. Generation of lower and upper bands of electrostatic electron cyclotron harmonic waves in the Van Allen radiation belts
  37. Electron-acoustic solitons and double layers in the inner magnetosphere
  38. A positive correlation between energetic electron butterfly distributions and magnetosonic waves in the radiation belt slot region
  39. Contribution of storm time substorms to the prompt electric field disturbances in the equatorial ionosphere
  40. A multispacecraft event study of Pc5 ultralow-frequency waves in the magnetosphere and their external drivers
  41. Radiation belt seed population and its association with the relativistic electron dynamics: A statistical study
  42. Roles of whistler mode waves and magnetosonic waves in changing the outer radiation belt and the slot region
  43. Location of intense electromagnetic ion cyclotron (EMIC) wave events relative to the plasmapause: Van Allen Probes observations
  44. Role of IMF B y in the prompt electric field disturbances over equatorial ionosphere during a space weather event
  45. Energetic Particle Data From the Global Positioning System Constellation
  46. On the origin of low‐energy electrons in the inner magnetosphere: Fluxes and pitch‐angle distributions
  47. Transitional behavior of different energy protons based on Van Allen Probes observations
  48. Simultaneous disappearances of plasmaspheric hiss, exohiss, and chorus waves triggered by a sudden decrease in solar wind dynamic pressure
  49. Dependence of radiation belt simulations to assumed radial diffusion rates tested for two empirical models of radial transport
  50. Cross‐scale observations of the 2015 St. Patrick's day storm: THEMIS, Van Allen Probes, and TWINS
  51. Investigating the source of near‐relativistic and relativistic electrons in Earth's inner radiation belt
  52. The hidden dynamics of relativistic electrons (0.7-1.5 MeV) in the inner zone and slot region
  53. Characteristic energy range of electron scattering due to plasmaspheric hiss
  54. Prompt enhancement of the Earth's outer radiation belt due to substorm electron injections
  55. Ion nose spectral structures observed by the Van Allen Probes
  56. Geospace Magnetic Storms and the Van Allen Radiation Belts
  57. Drift paths of ions composing multiple-nose spectral structures near the inner edge of the plasma sheet
  58. EMIC waves and associated relativistic electron precipitation on 25-26 January 2013
  59. Effects of ULF waves on local and global energetic particles: Particle energy and species dependences
  60. Predicting electromagnetic ion cyclotron wave amplitude from unstable ring current plasma conditions
  61. The complex nature of storm-time ion dynamics: Transport and local acceleration
  62. Information theoretical approach to discovering solar wind drivers of the outer radiation belt
  63. Hiss or equatorial noise? Ambiguities in analyzing suprathermal ion plasma wave resonance
  64. Modulation of chorus intensity by ULF waves deep in the inner magnetosphere
  65. Unraveling the excitation mechanisms of highly oblique lower band chorus waves
  66. RAM-SCB simulations of electron transport and plasma wave scattering during the October 2012 “double-dip” storm
  67. Rapid flattening of butterfly pitch angle distributions of radiation belt electrons by whistler-mode chorus
  68. The relationship between the macroscopic state of electrons and the properties of chorus waves observed by the Van Allen Probes
  69. On the time needed to reach an equilibrium structure of the radiation belts
  70. Statistical properties of the radiation belt seed population
  71. Van Allen Probes observations of magnetic field dipolarization and its associated O+ flux variations in the inner magnetosphere at L  < 6.6
  72. Energetic electron acceleration observed by MMS in the vicinity of an X-line crossing
  73. The influences of solar wind pressure and interplanetary magnetic field on global magnetic field and outer radiation belt electrons
  74. Nonstorm time dropout of radiation belt electron fluxes on 24 September 2013
  75. Rapid enhancement of low-energy (<100 eV) ion flux in response to interplanetary shocks based on two Van Allen Probes case studies: Implications for source regions and heating mechanisms
  76. Microinjections observed by MMS FEEPS in the dusk to midnight region
  77. Observations of energetic particle escape at the magnetopause: Early results from the MMS Energetic Ion Spectrometer (EIS)
  78. Reproducing the observed energy-dependent structure of Earth's electron radiation belts during storm recovery with an event-specific diffusion model
  79. Electron dropout echoes induced by interplanetary shock: Van Allen Probes observations
  80. Radiation belt electron acceleration during the 17 March 2015 geomagnetic storm: Observations and simulations
  81. Driving ionospheric outflows and magnetospheric O+ energy density with Alfvén waves
  82. Multi-satellite simultaneous observations of magnetopause and atmospheric losses of radiation belt electrons during an intense solar wind dynamic pressure pulse
  83. An evidence for prompt electric field disturbance driven by changes in the solar wind density under northward IMF Bz condition
  84. Evolution of chorus emissions into plasmaspheric hiss observed by Van Allen Probes
  85. O+ion conic and plasma sheet dynamics observed by Van Allen Probe satellites during the 1 June 2013 magnetic storm
  86. Simulation of energy-dependent electron diffusion processes in the Earth's outer radiation belt
  87. Relativistic electron microbursts and variations in trapped MeV electron fluxes during the 8-9 October 2012 storm: SAMPEX and Van Allen Probes observations
  88. Formation of energetic electron butterfly distributions by magnetosonic waves via Landau resonance
  89. Empirical predictive models of daily relativistic electron flux at geostationary orbit: Multiple regression analysis
  90. Ultrarelativistic electron butterfly distributions created by parallel acceleration due to magnetosonic waves
  91. Ring current electron dynamics during geomagnetic storms based on the Van Allen Probes measurements
  92. Van Allen Probes, THEMIS, GOES, and Cluster observations of EMIC waves, ULF pulsations, and an electron flux dropout
  93. Forecasting and remote sensing outer belt relativistic electrons from low Earth orbit
  94. Survey of radiation belt energetic electron pitch angle distributions based on the Van Allen Probes MagEIS measurements
  95. Energy-dependent dynamics of keV to MeV electrons in the inner zone, outer zone, and slot regions
  96. Extreme ionospheric ion energization and electron heating in Alfvén waves in the storm time inner magnetosphere
  97. Ultra-low-frequency wave-driven diffusion of radiation belt relativistic electrons
  98. Acceleration and loss of relativistic electrons during small geomagnetic storms
  99. Multiple loss processes of relativistic electrons outside the heart of outer radiation belt during a storm sudden commencement
  100. Prediction of MeV electron fluxes throughout the outer radiation belt using multivariate autoregressive models
  101. Observations of discrete magnetosonic waves off the magnetic equator
  102. High-resolution in situ observations of electron precipitation-causing EMIC waves
  103. Combined convective and diffusive simulations: VERB-4D comparison with 17 March 2013 Van Allen Probes observations
  104. Kinetic Alfvén waves and particle response associated with a shock-induced, global ULF perturbation of the terrestrial magnetosphere
  105. Decrease in SYM-H during a storm main phase without evidence of a ring current injection
  106. Correlated Pc4-5 ULF waves, whistler-mode chorus, and pulsating aurora observed by the Van Allen Probes and ground-based systems
  107. On the formation and origin of substorm growth phase/onset auroral arcs inferred from conjugate space-ground observations
  108. “Trunk-like” heavy ion structures observed by the Van Allen Probes
  109. Penetration of magnetosonic waves into the plasmasphere observed by the Van Allen Probes
  110. Solar wind conditions leading to efficient radiation belt electron acceleration: A superposed epoch analysis
  111. Relativistic electron response to the combined magnetospheric impact of a coronal mass ejection overlapping with a high-speed stream: Van Allen Probes observations
  112. The evolution of ring current ion energy density and energy content during geomagnetic storms based on Van Allen Probes measurements
  113. Source and seed populations for relativistic electrons: Their roles in radiation belt changes
  114. Near-Earth injection of MeV electrons associated with intense dipolarization electric fields: Van Allen Probes observations
  115. Identification of the source of quasiperiodic VLF emissions using ground-based and Van Allen Probes satellite observations
  116. Van Allen Probes observation and modeling of chorus excitation and propagation during weak geomagnetic activities
  117. Multipoint observations of the open-closed field line boundary as observed by the Van Allen Probes and geostationary satellites during the 14 November 2012 geomagnetic storm
  118. Low-harmonic magnetosonic waves observed by the Van Allen Probes
  119. Observations of coincident EMIC wave activity and duskside energetic electron precipitation on 18-19 January 2013
  120. A background correction algorithm for Van Allen Probes MagEIS electron flux measurements
  121. Van Allen probes, NOAA, GOES, and ground observations of an intense EMIC wave event extending over 12 h in magnetic local time
  122. The Fly’s Eye Energetic Particle Spectrometer (FEEPS) Sensors for the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission
  123. Comprehensive analysis of the flux dropout during 7–8 November 2008 storm using multisatellite observations and RBE model
  124. Three different types of electric field disturbances affecting equatorial ionosphere during a long-duration prompt penetration event
  125. Variability of the pitch angle distribution of radiation belt ultrarelativistic electrons during and following intense geomagnetic storms: Van Allen Probes observations
  126. Electric field structures and waves at plasma boundaries in the inner magnetosphere
  127. Disappearance of plasmaspheric hiss following interplanetary shock
  128. Unraveling the drivers of the storm time radiation belt response
  129. Energetic, relativistic, and ultrarelativistic electrons: Comparison of long-term VERB code simulations with Van Allen Probes measurements
  130. Three-dimensional current systems and ionospheric effects associated with small dipolarization fronts
  131. Analysis of plasmaspheric hiss wave amplitudes inferred from low-altitude POES electron data: Technique sensitivity analysis
  132. Study of EMIC wave excitation using direct ion measurements
  133. Energetic electron injections deep into the inner magnetosphere associated with substorm activity
  134. Energetic electron precipitation associated with pulsating aurora: EISCAT and Van Allen Probe observations
  135. Van Allen Probes show that the inner radiation zone contains no MeV electrons: ECT/MagEIS data
  136. Analysis of the effectiveness of ground-based VLF wave observations for predicting or nowcasting relativistic electron flux at geostationary orbit
  137. Spatial structure and temporal evolution of energetic particle injections in the inner magnetosphere during the 14 July 2013 substorm event
  138. The global context of the 14 November 2012 storm event
  139. On the use of drift echoes to characterize on-orbit sensor discrepancies
  140. Plasmatrough exohiss waves observed by Van Allen Probes: Evidence for leakage from plasmasphere and resonant scattering of radiation belt electrons
  141. Modeling inward diffusion and slow decay of energetic electrons in the Earth's outer radiation belt
  142. Van Allen Probes observations linking radiation belt electrons to chorus waves during 2014 multiple storms
  143. Formation of the oxygen torus in the inner magnetosphere: Van Allen Probes observations
  144. Radiation Belt Electron Acceleration and Role of Magnetotail
  145. Characterization of the energy-dependent response of riometer absorption
  146. Quantifying the relative contributions of substorm injections and chorus waves to the rapid outward extension of electron radiation belt
  147. Excitation of nightside magnetosonic waves observed by Van Allen Probes
  148. Whistler anisotropy instabilities as the source of banded chorus: Van Allen Probes observations and particle-in-cell simulations
  149. The trapping of equatorial magnetosonic waves in the Earth's outer plasmasphere
  150. Prediction of relativistic electron flux at geostationary orbit following storms: Multiple regression analysis
  151. Generation of unusually low frequency plasmaspheric hiss
  152. Nonlinear electric field structures in the inner magnetosphere
  153. Excitation of EMIC waves detected by the Van Allen Probes on 28 April 2013
  154. Direct Observation of Radiation-Belt Electron Acceleration from Electron-Volt Energies to Megavolts by Nonlinear Whistlers
  155. The Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) Investigation and the Energetic Ion Spectrometer (EIS) for the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission
  156. Excitation of EMIC waves detected by the Van Allen Probes on 28 April 2013
  157. Dynamic linear models for forecasting of radiation belt electrons and limitations on physical interpretation of predictive models
  158. Intense duskside lower band chorus waves observed by Van Allen Probes: Generation and potential acceleration effect on radiation belt electrons
  159. Radiation belt electron acceleration by chorus waves during the 17 March 2013 storm
  160. Chorus acceleration of radiation belt relativistic electrons during March 2013 geomagnetic storm
  161. Simulations of inner magnetosphere dynamics with an expanded RAM-SCB model and comparisons with Van Allen Probes observations
  162. Quantifying the radiation belt seed population in the 17 March 2013 electron acceleration event
  163. Van Allen Probes observations of direct wave‐particle interactions
  164. Resonant scattering of energetic electrons by unusual low-frequency hiss
  165. Effect of EMIC waves on relativistic and ultrarelativistic electron populations: Ground‐based and Van Allen Probes observations
  166. Event‐specific chorus wave and electron seed population models in DREAM3D using the Van Allen Probes
  167. Gradual diffusion and punctuated phase space density enhancements of highly relativistic electrons: Van Allen Probes observations
  168. Application and testing of theL*neural network with the self-consistent magnetic field model of RAM-SCB
  169. On the cause and extent of outer radiation belt losses during the 30 September 2012 dropout event
  170. Competing source and loss mechanisms due to wave-particle interactions in Earth's outer radiation belt during the 30 September to 3 October 2012 geomagnetic storm
  171. Quantifying hiss‐driven energetic electron precipitation: A detailed conjunction event analysis
  172. Modeling Radiation Belt Electron Dynamics with the DREAM3D Diffusion Model
  173. Global time‐dependent chorus maps from low‐Earth‐orbit electron precipitation and Van Allen Probes data
  174. An empirically observed pitch‐angle diffusion eigenmode in the Earth's electron belt near L* = 5.0
  175. Nonstorm time dynamics of electron radiation belts observed by the Van Allen Probes
  176. Prompt energization of relativistic and highly relativistic electrons during a substorm interval: Van Allen Probes observations
  177. Rapid local acceleration of relativistic radiation-belt electrons by magnetospheric chorus
  178. James Van Allen and His Namesake NASA Mission
  179. Discovery of the action of a geophysical synchrotron in the Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts
  180. Science Goals and Overview of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Energetic Particle, Composition, and Thermal Plasma (ECT) Suite on NASA’s Van Allen Probes Mission
  181. First results from CSSWE CubeSat: Characteristics of relativistic electrons in the near-Earth environment during the October 2012 magnetic storms
  182. Modeling radiation belt electron dynamics during GEM challenge intervals with the DREAM3D diffusion model
  183. Phase Space Density matching of relativistic electrons using the Van Allen Probes: REPT results
  184. Van Allen Probes observation of localized drift resonance between poloidal mode ultra-low frequency waves and 60 keV electrons
  185. Excitation of poloidal standing Alfvén waves through drift resonance wave-particle interaction
  186. An unusual enhancement of low-frequency plasmaspheric hiss in the outer plasmasphere associated with substorm-injected electrons
  187. Evolution and slow decay of an unusual narrow ring of relativistic electrons near L ~ 3.2 following the September 2012 magnetic storm
  188. Electron Acceleration in the Heart of the Van Allen Radiation Belts
  189. The analysis of electron fluxes at geosynchronous orbit employing a NARMAX approach
  190. Helium, Oxygen, Proton, and Electron (HOPE) Mass Spectrometer for the Radiation Belt Storm Probes Mission
  191. Long-term variations in solar wind velocity and radiation belt electrons
  192. A Long-Lived Relativistic Electron Storage Ring Embedded in Earth's Outer Van Allen Belt
  193. LEEM: A new empirical model of radiation-belt electrons in the low-Earth-orbit region
  194. Time scaling of the electron flux increase at GEO: The local energy diffusion model vs observations
  195. Relativistic electron scattering by large amplitude electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves: The role of phase bunching and trapping
  196. DREAM: A new model for the Earth's Radiation Belts
  197. Reply to comment by Joseph E. Mazur and T. Paul O'Brien on “Analysis of GEO spacecraft anomalies: Space weather relationships”
  198. A study of the changes of the near-Earth plasma sheet and lobe driven by multiple substorms: Comparison with a full particle simulation of reconnection
  199. Behavior of MeV electrons at geosynchronous orbit during last two solar cycles
  200. Analysis of GEO spacecraft anomalies: Space weather relationships
  201. On the relationship between relativistic electron flux and solar wind velocity: Paulikas and Blake revisited
  202. Saw-tooth substorms: Inconsistency of repetitive bay-like magnetic disturbances with behavior of aurora
  203. Comparisons between ion distributions retrieved from ENA images of the ring current and contemporaneous, multipoint ion measurements recorded in situ during the major magnetic storm of 15 May 2005
  204. Injection region propagation outside of geosynchronous orbit
  205. Evidence for OI 630.0 nm dayglow variations over low latitudes during onset of a substorm
  206. Dropouts of the outer electron radiation belt in response to solar wind stream interfaces: global positioning system observations
  207. On phase space density radial gradients of Earth's outer-belt electrons prior to sudden solar wind pressure enhancements: Results from distinctive events and a superposed epoch analysis
  208. Different magnetospheric modes: solar wind driving and coupling efficiency
  209. Statistical survey on sawtooth events, SMCs and isolated substorms
  210. LANL* V1.0: a radiation belt drift shell model suitable for real-time and reanalysis applications
  211. New Directions for Radiation Belt Research
  212. Global observations of substorm injection region evolution: 27 August 2001
  213. Storm-dependent radiation belt electron dynamics
  214. Substorm expansion triggered by a sudden impulse front propagating from the dayside magnetopause
  215. Targeted and comprehensive space-environment sensors: description and recommendations
  216. New Magnetospheric Ion Composition Measurement Techniques
  217. Characterization of relativistic electron flux rise times during the recovery phase of geomagnetic storms as measured by the NS41 GPS satellite
  218. Periodic traveling compression regions during quiet geomagnetic conditions and their association with ground Pi2
  219. Coordinated observations of magnetospheric reconfiguration during an overshielding event
  220. Multispacecraft and ground-based observations of substorm timing and activations: Two case studies
  221. Statistical properties of tail plasma sheet electrons above 40 keV
  222. Identification of Radial Distance of Plasma Dispersionless Injection Boundary from the Injection Source
  223. Self-consistent geomagnetic storm simulation: The role of the induced electric fields
  224. Reanalysis of relativistic radiation belt electron fluxes using CRRES satellite data, a radial diffusion model, and a Kalman filter
  225. Radiation Belt Storm Probes: A New Mission for Space Weather Forecasting
  226. Multisatellite determination of the relativistic electron phase space density at geosynchronous orbit: An integrated investigation during geomagnetic storm times
  227. The energization of relativistic electrons in the outer Van Allen radiation belt
  228. Energetic electron precipitation during sawtooth injections
  229. Identifying the radiation belt source region by data assimilation
  230. Multi-spacecraft observation of plasma dipolarization/injection in the inner magnetosphere
  231. Differences in geomagnetic storms driven by magnetic clouds and ICME sheath regions
  232. Comparative statistical analysis of storm time activations and sawtooth events
  233. Extreme electron fluxes in the outer zone
  234. Solar wind and magnetospheric conditions leading to the abrupt loss of outer radiation belt electrons
  235. Phase space density distributions of energetic electrons in the outer radiation belt during two Geospace Environment Modeling Inner Magnetosphere/Storms selected storms
  236. Association of substorm chorus events with drift echoes
  237. Outward radial diffusion driven by losses at magnetopause
  238. Cluster encounter with an energetic electron beam during a substorm
  239. Correlation between continuous lobe reconnection in the mid magnetotail and substorm expansion onset
  240. Kinetic simulations of ring current evolution during the Geospace Environment Modeling challenge events
  241. Self-consistent modeling of magnetic fields and plasmas in the inner magnetosphere: Application to a geomagnetic storm
  242. Magnetospheric current systems during stormtime sawtooth events
  243. Magnetospheric and auroral activity during the 18 April 2002 sawtooth event
  244. Observations and modeling of energetic electron dynamics during the October 2001 storm
  245. Proton auroral intensifications and injections at synchronous altitude
  246. Substorms during the 10–11 August 2000 sawtooth event
  247. The outer radiation belt injection, transport, acceleration and loss satellite (ORBITALS): A canadian small satellite mission for ILWS
  248. Assessment of ionospheric Joule heating by GUMICS-4 MHD simulation, AMIE, and satellite-based statistics: towards a synthesis
  249. Radial diffusion modeling with empirical lifetimes: comparison with CRRES observations
  250. Are sawtooth oscillations of energetic plasma particle fluxes caused by periodic substorms or driven by solar wind pressure enhancements?
  251. Multisatellite determination of the relativistic electron phase space density at geosynchronous orbit: Methodology and results during geomagnetically quiet times
  252. On the relationships between double-onset substorm, pseudobreakup, and IMF variation: The 4 September 1999 event
  253. Substorm injection modeling with nondipolar, time-dependent background field
  254. Variations of low-latitude geomagnetic fields andDstindex caused by magnetospheric substorms
  255. Energetic particle counterparts for geomagnetic pulsations of Pc1 and IPDP types
  256. Global magnetospheric-ionospheric oscillations initiated by a solar wind pressure impulse
  257. Magnetotail flows can consume as much solar wind energy as a substorm
  258. Periodic magnetospheric substorms and their relationship with solar wind variations
  259. Tail-dominated storm main phase: 31 March 2001
  260. The Role and Contributions of Energetic Neutral Atom (ENA) Imaging in Magnetospheric Substorm Research
  261. A telescopic and microscopic view of a magnetospheric substorm on 31 March 2001
  262. Relativistic electron dynamics in the inner magnetosphere — a review
  263. Observations of two complete substorm cycles during the Cassini Earth swing-by: Cassini magnetometer data in a global context
  264. Substorm injection of relativistic electrons to geosynchronous orbit during the great magnetic storm of March 24, 1991
  265. Which magnetic storms produce relativistic electrons at geosynchronous orbit?
  266. Charge exchange contribution to the decay of the ring current, measured by energetic neutral atoms (ENAs)
  267. First results from the RAPID imaging energetic particle spectrometer on board Cluster
  268. Modeling ring current proton precipitation by electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves during the May 14-16, 1997, storm
  269. Timing of substorm signatures during the November 24, 1996, Geospace Environment Modeling event
  270. Westward traveling surge dynamics and the local structure of an isolated substorm
  271. Association of energetic neutral atom bursts and magnetospheric substorms
  272. Magnetosphere on May 11, 1999, the day the solar wind almost disappeared: II. Magnetic pulsations in space and on the ground
  273. Plasmaspheric depletion and refilling associated with the September 25, 1998 magnetic storm observed by ground magnetometers atL= 2
  274. Solar wind control of magnetospheric energy content: Substorm quenching and multiple onsets
  275. “Fine structure” of the storm-substorm relationship: Ion injections during DST decrease
  276. A multi-spacecraft synthesis of relativistic electrons in the inner magnetosphere using LANL, GOES, GPS, SAMPLEX, HEO and POLAR
  277. Geotail observations of mid-tail traveling compression regions and their temporal relation with geosynchronous substorm onset
  278. Magnetic fields and particle signatures in the vicinity of nightside geosynchronous altitudes in the first one-minute-interval of Pi 2 onset: a case study
  279. Polar CEPPAD/IPS energetic neutral atom (ENA) images of a substorm injection
  280. Magnetospheric and ionospheric response to a substorm: Geotail HEP-LD and Polar PIXIE observations
  281. Comparison of three techniques for locating a resonating magnetic field line
  282. On relative timing in substorm onset signatures
  283. Characteristics of pseudobreakups and substorms observed in the ionosphere, at the geosynchronous orbit, and in the midtail
  284. Evidence for a global disturbance with monochromatic pulsations and energetic electron bunching
  285. A multipoint study of a substorm occurring on 7 December, 1992, and its theoretical implications
  286. Temporal relationship between midtail traveling compression regions and substorm onset: Evidence for near-Earth neutral line formation in the late growth phase
  287. Are north-south aligned auroral structures an ionospheric manifestation of bursty bulk flows?
  288. Geotail observations of a fast tailward flow at X GSM = −15 RE
  289. Multipoint study of a substorm on February 9, 1995
  290. The relativistic electron response at geosynchronous orbit during the January 1997 magnetic storm
  291. Relativistic electrons and magnetic storms: 1992-1995
  292. Freja studies of the current-voltage relation in substorm-related events
  293. New Perspectives on Substorm Injections
  294. What Is the Role of the Inner Magnetosphere during Substorms?
  295. Case studies of ion energisation events near substorm onset
  296. Geotail observations of substorm onset in the inner magnetotail
  297. ISTP observations of plasmoid ejection: IMP 8 and Geotail
  298. Maps could provide space weather forecasts for the inner magnetosphere
  299. Observations of substorm fine structure
  300. Drift-shell splitting of energetic ions injected at pseudo-substorm onsets
  301. Geotail measurements compared with the motions of high-latitude auroral boundaries during two substorms
  302. Are energetic electrons in the solar wind the source of the outer radiation belt?
  303. Characteristic plasma properties during dispersionless substorm injections at geosynchronous orbit
  304. Correction to “Postmidnight VLF chorus events, a substorm signature observed at the ground nearL= 4” by A. J. Smith, M.P. Freeman, and G. D. Reeves
  305. Substorm ion injections: Geosynchronous observations and test particle orbits in three-dimensional dynamic MHD fields
  306. Correction to “Multipoint analysis of a bursty bulk flow event on April 11, 1985” by V. Angelopoulos et al.
  307. The dynamic plasmasphere
  308. Post midnight VLF chorus events, a substorm signature observed at the ground nearL= 4
  309. Spontaneous substorm onset during a prolonged period of steady, southward interplanetary magnetic field
  310. Tailward progression of magnetotail acceleration centers: Relationship to substorm current wedge
  311. Observations of magnetospheric substorms occurring with no apparent solar wind/IMF trigger
  312. Multipoint analysis of a bursty bulk flow event on April 11, 1985
  313. Observational determination of magnetic connectivity of the geosynchronous region of the magnetosphere to the auroral oval
  314. Substorm correlated absorption on a 3200 km trans-auroral HF propagation path
  315. The fine-scale structure of the outer plasmasphere
  316. Flux dropouts of plasma and energetic particles at geosynchronous orbit during large geomagnetic storms: Entry into the lobes
  317. Observations in the vicinity of substorm onset: Implications for the substorm process
  318. Special features of a substorm during high solar wind dynamic pressure
  319. Correction to “The fine-scale structure of the outer plasmasphere”
  320. Midtail plasma flows and the relationship to near-Earth substorm activity: A case study
  321. Relativistic electron flux comparisons at low and high altitudes with fast time resolution and broad spatial coverage
  322. The October 22, 1989, solar cosmic ray event measured at geosynchronous orbit
  323. Drifting holes in the energetic electron flux at geosynchronous orbit following substorm onset
  324. The great solar energetic particle events of 1989 observed from geosynchronous orbit
  325. Spacelab 2 electron beam wave stimulation: Studies of important parameters
  326. VLF wave emissions by pulsed and DC electron beams in space: 2. Analysis of Spacelab 2 results
  327. VLF wave emissions by pulsed and DC electron beams in space, 1, Spacelab 2 observations
  328. VLF wave stimulation by pulsed electron beams injected from the space shuttle