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- 2Rankin, Robert
- 1Blanco Benavides, Jose Mauricio
- 1Frycz, P.
- 1Harrold, B. G.
- 1Samson, J. C.
- 1Samson, John C.
Dispersive effects in field line resonances (FLRs) are discussed in the context of potential structures, parallel currents, and auroral density cavities observed by the FAST satellite. Our model includes the Earth's dipole magnetic field, and accounts for electron inertia, electron thermal...
The inner magnetosphere hosts a variety of different plasma environments. The transition from one region to the next extends over considerable lengths where adjacent plasmas merge gradually. Plasma waves play an important role in coupling these regions by facilitating particle and energy flows...
Magnetohydrodynamic, field line resonances in the Earth's magnetosphere can have very large velocity shears and field-aligned currents. Auroral radar measurements of high-latitude resonances indicate that the velocities associated with the resonances in the E and F regions am often substantially...