The Resource Physics of planetary magnetospheres : proceedings of symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Plenary meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980, edited by K. Knott

Physics of planetary magnetospheres : proceedings of symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Plenary meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980, edited by K. Knott

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Physics of planetary magnetospheres : proceedings of symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Plenary meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980
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Physics of planetary magnetospheres
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proceedings of symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Plenary meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980
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edited by K. Knott
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.A38 vol. 1, no. 1
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1939-
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  • COSPAR
  • International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics
  • International Astronomical Union
  • Magyar Tudományos Akadémia
  • Knott, K.
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  • Planets
  • Magnetosphere
  • Magnetosphere
  • Planets
  • Magnetische velden
  • Planeten
  • Aardmagnetisch veld
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Physics of planetary magnetospheres : proceedings of symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Plenary meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980, edited by K. Knott
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  • Sponsored by the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, the International Astronomical Union, in collaboration with the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Imke de Pater
  • Magnetospheric waves measured on high altitude Skylark Rockets SL 1423 and SL 1424
  • W. Gibbons, B.K. Madahar and L.J.C. Wolliscroft
  • Localisation of VLF emissions observed in the plasma-trough region
  • F. Jir̆ic̆ek, [et al.]
  • Beaming of terrestrial miriametric radiation
  • Dyfrig Jones
  • Satellite measurements of Whistler dispersion at low latitudes
  • A.R.W. Hughes
  • The influence of the magnetic field and plasma structure in the earth magnetosphere on some properties of the hydromagnetic waves in the 0.1-1.0 Hz Frequency Band
  • A.E. Antonova, D.S. Fligel and B.V. Dovbnja
  • The magnetopause of the earth and planets
  • C.T. Russell
  • The earth's bow shock thickness related to the upstream plasma parameters
  • S. Pintér and K. Kecskeméty
  • A new method for estimating the anomalous resistivity in the earth's bow shock wave
  • S. Pintér
  • Investigation of the magnetic field between the shock wave and the obstacle in the solar wind flow around a planet
  • V.B. Boranov, [et al.]
  • A magnetic boundary layer at the magnetopause
  • A comparison of the magnetospheres of Mars, Venus and the Earth
  • M.D. Kartalev and G. Simeonov
  • Stability of planetary magnetospheric boundaries and mechanisms leading to leakage across them
  • J.F. McKenzie
  • On the role of the magnetic field in the solar wind interaction with Venus: expectations versus observations
  • J.G. Luhmann, [et al.]
  • GEOS-2 magnetopause encounters: low energy (<500 eV) particle measurements
  • G.L. Wrenn, [et al.]
  • Access of energetic particles into the earth's magnetotail at ~35 R[subscript E]
  • P. Trochoutsos and E.T. Sarris -- Energetic protons and alpha particles>30 keV/charge near the earth's magnetopause during a reconnection event
  • M. Scholer, [et al.]
  • K.I. Gringauz
  • Magnetic storms, substorms and microsubstorms
  • V.M. Mishin and T.I. Saifudinova
  • On the theory of assymetrical current layers
  • G. Stanev and I. Konstantinov
  • Large-scale electric field and currents in the high-latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere as a function of solar wind parameters
  • V.M. Mishin, G.B. Shpynev and A.D. Bazarzhapov
  • The electrodynamic interaction of Io with Jovian magnetosphere
  • N.F. Ness, M.H. Acuna and F.M. Neubauer
  • Two-satellite study of proton drift on quiet days
  • A. Korth, G. Kremser and J.F. Fennell
  • A post-Voyager view of the Jovian magnetosphere--the low energy plasma inside of 50 R[subscript J]
  • Experimental study of magnetospheric convection
  • J. Berchem and J. Etcheto
  • Interpretation of the ion temperature measurements in the outer plasmasphere
  • M.N. Vlasov and L.G. Tashkinova
  • How to fit electric fields obtained by rocket experiments to present auroral models (extended abstract)
  • R. Grabowski and H. Wolf
  • Optical investigations of magnetospheric-ionospheric coupling by using data from the Intercosmos-19 satellite / M.M. Gogoshev, [et al.]
  • Three-dimensional magnetospheric current system during substorms
  • Xu Rong-lan (Y.L. Shu)
  • Plasma sheets, plasma currents and electric field double layers in the equatorial ionosphere
  • H.S. Bridge
  • S.P. Gupta
  • Magnetospheric boundary shapes and internal structures
  • V. Formisano
  • Configuration of Jupiter's magnetic tail and equatorial current sheet
  • N.F. Ness, [et al.]
  • Variations of the parameters of the cold plasma in the region of the mid-latitude trough
  • A. Best, D. Johanning, [et al.]
  • A nonthermal ion layer with high anisotropies at the plasmasheet boundary during substorm recovery
  • E. Möbius, [et al.]
  • Intercomparison of various measurements of thermal plasma densities at and near the plasmapause
  • The role of planetary satellites in magnetosphere processes / C.K. Goertz
  • D.V. Williams, [et al.]
  • Description of the magnetic field configuration near the boundary of the geomagnetic tail
  • D. Teodosiev and I. Konstantinov
  • Observation of anisotropic>25 keV proton fluxes in the distant magnetosphere and magnetosheet
  • R.N. Basilova, [et al.]
  • Dynamic variations observed in thermal and superthermal ion distributions in the dayside ionosphere of Venus
  • H.A. Taylor, Jr., [et al.]
  • Longitudinal and temporal variations of ion density irregularities in the equatorial region measured by the OGO-6 retarding potential analyser
  • L. Bankov, [et al.]
  • The dynamics of precipitating particle fluxes during magnetic storms / A.S. Biryukov, [et al.]
  • The Venus ionosphere as an obstacle to the solar wind
  • Suprathermal particle precipitation and electric fields measured at auroral latitudes on board the porcupine payloads (extended abstract)
  • W. Ott, [et al.]
  • Triggering of a magnetospheric substorm by a sudden commencement of a geomagnetic storm observed by the X-ray experiments of SBARMO-79 and the charged particle spectrometer on GEOS-2
  • S. Ullaland, [et al.]
  • On the origin of electron precipitation in the auroral zone related to the onset of magnetospheric substorms
  • G. Kremser, [et al.]
  • The motion of charged particles in a neutral magnetic field and the acceleration mechanism of auroral particles
  • Xu Rong-lan (Y.L. Shu)
  • Composition of hot ions (0.1-16 keV/e) as observed by the GEOS and ISEE mass spectrometers and inferences for the origin and circulation of magnetospheric plasmas
  • H. Balsiger
  • R.F. Theis [and others]
  • Spatial distribution of Z>̲ 2 ions in the outer radiation belt during quiet conditions
  • D. Hovestadt, [et al.]
  • Observed increase in the abundance of kilovolt 0in the magnetosphere due to solar cycle effects
  • D.T. Young, H. Balsiger and J. Geiss
  • Observation of ionospheric oxygen in the geomagnetic tail by ISEE-2
  • V. Formisano, S. Orsini and M. Candidi
  • Helium cyclotron harmonic waves in the magnetospheric plasma
  • D. Jones, A. Korth, K. Ronnmark and D. Young
  • On the nature of ULF waves upstream of planetary bow shocks
  • M. Hoppe and C.T. Russell
  • 21 and 6 cm observations of Jupiter and comparison with model calculations
  • Radio wave emission from the Io Torus
  • Dyfrig Jones
  • E.S. wave morphology near the geostationary orbit
  • M.P. Gough, P.J. Christiansen and E. Gershuny
  • Electrostatic emissions studies in high resolution
  • M.P. Gough, P.J. Christiansen and R. Thomas
  • ECH wave dispersion--the effects of suprathermal electron distributions
  • R.B. Horne, [et al.]
  • A preliminary analysis of the ELF/VLF signals received on-board GEOS-2 as detected by the filter-bank
  • W. Gibbons, and I.A. Ward
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 385 pages
Isbn
9780080271514
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(pbk.)
Lccn
80042119
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)08031851
  • (OCoLC)ocm08031851
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Physics of planetary magnetospheres : proceedings of symposium 3 of the COSPAR twenty-third Plenary meeting held in Budapest, Hungary, 2-14 June 1980, edited by K. Knott
Publication
Note
  • Sponsored by the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, the International Astronomical Union, in collaboration with the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Imke de Pater
  • Magnetospheric waves measured on high altitude Skylark Rockets SL 1423 and SL 1424
  • W. Gibbons, B.K. Madahar and L.J.C. Wolliscroft
  • Localisation of VLF emissions observed in the plasma-trough region
  • F. Jir̆ic̆ek, [et al.]
  • Beaming of terrestrial miriametric radiation
  • Dyfrig Jones
  • Satellite measurements of Whistler dispersion at low latitudes
  • A.R.W. Hughes
  • The influence of the magnetic field and plasma structure in the earth magnetosphere on some properties of the hydromagnetic waves in the 0.1-1.0 Hz Frequency Band
  • A.E. Antonova, D.S. Fligel and B.V. Dovbnja
  • The magnetopause of the earth and planets
  • C.T. Russell
  • The earth's bow shock thickness related to the upstream plasma parameters
  • S. Pintér and K. Kecskeméty
  • A new method for estimating the anomalous resistivity in the earth's bow shock wave
  • S. Pintér
  • Investigation of the magnetic field between the shock wave and the obstacle in the solar wind flow around a planet
  • V.B. Boranov, [et al.]
  • A magnetic boundary layer at the magnetopause
  • A comparison of the magnetospheres of Mars, Venus and the Earth
  • M.D. Kartalev and G. Simeonov
  • Stability of planetary magnetospheric boundaries and mechanisms leading to leakage across them
  • J.F. McKenzie
  • On the role of the magnetic field in the solar wind interaction with Venus: expectations versus observations
  • J.G. Luhmann, [et al.]
  • GEOS-2 magnetopause encounters: low energy (<500 eV) particle measurements
  • G.L. Wrenn, [et al.]
  • Access of energetic particles into the earth's magnetotail at ~35 R[subscript E]
  • P. Trochoutsos and E.T. Sarris -- Energetic protons and alpha particles>30 keV/charge near the earth's magnetopause during a reconnection event
  • M. Scholer, [et al.]
  • K.I. Gringauz
  • Magnetic storms, substorms and microsubstorms
  • V.M. Mishin and T.I. Saifudinova
  • On the theory of assymetrical current layers
  • G. Stanev and I. Konstantinov
  • Large-scale electric field and currents in the high-latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere as a function of solar wind parameters
  • V.M. Mishin, G.B. Shpynev and A.D. Bazarzhapov
  • The electrodynamic interaction of Io with Jovian magnetosphere
  • N.F. Ness, M.H. Acuna and F.M. Neubauer
  • Two-satellite study of proton drift on quiet days
  • A. Korth, G. Kremser and J.F. Fennell
  • A post-Voyager view of the Jovian magnetosphere--the low energy plasma inside of 50 R[subscript J]
  • Experimental study of magnetospheric convection
  • J. Berchem and J. Etcheto
  • Interpretation of the ion temperature measurements in the outer plasmasphere
  • M.N. Vlasov and L.G. Tashkinova
  • How to fit electric fields obtained by rocket experiments to present auroral models (extended abstract)
  • R. Grabowski and H. Wolf
  • Optical investigations of magnetospheric-ionospheric coupling by using data from the Intercosmos-19 satellite / M.M. Gogoshev, [et al.]
  • Three-dimensional magnetospheric current system during substorms
  • Xu Rong-lan (Y.L. Shu)
  • Plasma sheets, plasma currents and electric field double layers in the equatorial ionosphere
  • H.S. Bridge
  • S.P. Gupta
  • Magnetospheric boundary shapes and internal structures
  • V. Formisano
  • Configuration of Jupiter's magnetic tail and equatorial current sheet
  • N.F. Ness, [et al.]
  • Variations of the parameters of the cold plasma in the region of the mid-latitude trough
  • A. Best, D. Johanning, [et al.]
  • A nonthermal ion layer with high anisotropies at the plasmasheet boundary during substorm recovery
  • E. Möbius, [et al.]
  • Intercomparison of various measurements of thermal plasma densities at and near the plasmapause
  • The role of planetary satellites in magnetosphere processes / C.K. Goertz
  • D.V. Williams, [et al.]
  • Description of the magnetic field configuration near the boundary of the geomagnetic tail
  • D. Teodosiev and I. Konstantinov
  • Observation of anisotropic>25 keV proton fluxes in the distant magnetosphere and magnetosheet
  • R.N. Basilova, [et al.]
  • Dynamic variations observed in thermal and superthermal ion distributions in the dayside ionosphere of Venus
  • H.A. Taylor, Jr., [et al.]
  • Longitudinal and temporal variations of ion density irregularities in the equatorial region measured by the OGO-6 retarding potential analyser
  • L. Bankov, [et al.]
  • The dynamics of precipitating particle fluxes during magnetic storms / A.S. Biryukov, [et al.]
  • The Venus ionosphere as an obstacle to the solar wind
  • Suprathermal particle precipitation and electric fields measured at auroral latitudes on board the porcupine payloads (extended abstract)
  • W. Ott, [et al.]
  • Triggering of a magnetospheric substorm by a sudden commencement of a geomagnetic storm observed by the X-ray experiments of SBARMO-79 and the charged particle spectrometer on GEOS-2
  • S. Ullaland, [et al.]
  • On the origin of electron precipitation in the auroral zone related to the onset of magnetospheric substorms
  • G. Kremser, [et al.]
  • The motion of charged particles in a neutral magnetic field and the acceleration mechanism of auroral particles
  • Xu Rong-lan (Y.L. Shu)
  • Composition of hot ions (0.1-16 keV/e) as observed by the GEOS and ISEE mass spectrometers and inferences for the origin and circulation of magnetospheric plasmas
  • H. Balsiger
  • R.F. Theis [and others]
  • Spatial distribution of Z>̲ 2 ions in the outer radiation belt during quiet conditions
  • D. Hovestadt, [et al.]
  • Observed increase in the abundance of kilovolt 0in the magnetosphere due to solar cycle effects
  • D.T. Young, H. Balsiger and J. Geiss
  • Observation of ionospheric oxygen in the geomagnetic tail by ISEE-2
  • V. Formisano, S. Orsini and M. Candidi
  • Helium cyclotron harmonic waves in the magnetospheric plasma
  • D. Jones, A. Korth, K. Ronnmark and D. Young
  • On the nature of ULF waves upstream of planetary bow shocks
  • M. Hoppe and C.T. Russell
  • 21 and 6 cm observations of Jupiter and comparison with model calculations
  • Radio wave emission from the Io Torus
  • Dyfrig Jones
  • E.S. wave morphology near the geostationary orbit
  • M.P. Gough, P.J. Christiansen and E. Gershuny
  • Electrostatic emissions studies in high resolution
  • M.P. Gough, P.J. Christiansen and R. Thomas
  • ECH wave dispersion--the effects of suprathermal electron distributions
  • R.B. Horne, [et al.]
  • A preliminary analysis of the ELF/VLF signals received on-board GEOS-2 as detected by the filter-bank
  • W. Gibbons, and I.A. Ward
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 385 pages
Isbn
9780080271514
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
80042119
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)08031851
  • (OCoLC)ocm08031851

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