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Author Dorman, L. I. (Lev Isaakovich), author

Title Plasmas and energetic processes in the geomagnetosphere. Volume II, Plasmas/magnetic and current sheets, reconnections, particle acceleration, and substorms / Lev I. Dorman (Founder & Head, Israel Cosmic Ray & Space Weather Center & Israeli-Italian Emilio Segre' Observatory on Mt. Hermon, Tel Aviv University, Israel ; Founder & Chief Scientist of Cosmic Ray Department, IZMIRAN, Moscow, Russia)
Published Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., [2016]
©2016
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Description 1 online resource
Series Physics research and technology
Physics research and technology.
Contents Magnetospheric sheets: main properties, structure, expansion, and particle transport -- Turbulence and fluctuations, instabilities, storm time variations, fast flows, temperature anisotropies, and magnetic field structure in magnetospheric sheets -- Magnetospheric sheets: bifurcation and flapping, pressure gradients, influence of solar wind and IMF conditions, ULF, EUV, auroral arc waves, dipolarization and antidipolarization fronts, parallel electric fields, plasmoids and jets -- Main properties, onset and expansion phases of substorms -- Substorms: reconnections, particle acceleration, and statistical studies -- Modeling and simulation of magnetospheric substorms and related phenomena -- Substorms energetics, relation with magnetic storms, pulsations, turbulence, plasma bubbles, substorm index, and jets
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Cosmic rays.
Geomagnetism.
Magnetic storms.
Magnetosphere.
Particle accelerators.
Solar wind.
Space plasmas.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2016043999
ISBN 1536101443 (electronic bk.)
9781536101447 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Plasmas/magnetic and current sheets, reconnections, particle acceleration, and substorms