Frontiers in Magnetospheric Plasma Physics

Other | December 1, 2004

byHoshino, Masahiro, Masahiro Hoshino

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This COSPAR Colloquium Series deals with the main achievements that were accomplished through the collaborative efforts among ISTP participants; the plasma dynamics of magnetic reconnection in a thin plasma sheet, the action of the solar wind on the plasma population in the plasma sheet and around the magnetotail boundary layer, the relationship between the substrom expansion region and the X-line formation in the magnetotail, and the temporal evolution of the dipolarization from from the near-Earth to the distant tail.

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This COSPAR Colloquium Series deals with the main achievements that were accomplished through the collaborative efforts among ISTP participants; the plasma dynamics of magnetic reconnection in a thin plasma sheet, the action of the solar wind on the plasma population in the plasma sheet and around the magnetotail boundary layer, the re...

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Format:OtherDimensions:322 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:December 1, 2004Publisher:PergamonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080472370

ISBN - 13:9780080472379

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Table of Contents

Preface
Ten Years of Geotail and Its Current Status: A Brief Summary
CHAPTER 1: Magnetospheric Dynamics
CHAPTER 2: Current Sheet and Magnetic Reconnection
CHAPTER 3: Magnetospheric Substorms
CHAPTER 4: Microscopic Processes in Space Plasmas
CHAPTER 5: Shocks and Interplanetary Phenomena