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By James L. Burch, Michael Schulz, Harlan Spence

ISBN-10: 0875904246

ISBN-13: 9780875904245

ISBN-10: 1118666127

ISBN-13: 9781118666128

Published by means of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph Series.

We regard the inner magnetosphere because the zone surrounded by way of a geomagnetic shell with an equatorial radius of roughly 8 Earth radii. Of a lot hindrance to scientists and researchers, and the focal point of this monograph, are the interactions that take place during this quarter of geospace. We comprise right here hot-cold plasma interactions, plasmasphere dynamics, direct results of the interplanetary magnetic box at the internal magnetosphere, ring-current/ionosphere interactions, ring-current results on international electrical fields, and ring-current/radiation-belt interactions. With new satellite tv for pc measurements, specially these from photo (Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora international Exploration), and linked observations from ground-based amenities, our figuring out of the interactions that happen within the internal magnetosphere has built rapidly.

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