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Authors: Ingraham J C, Cayton T E, Belian R D, Christensen R A, Friedel R H W, et al.
Title: Substorm injection of relativistic electrons to geosynchronous orbit during the great magnetic storm of March 24, 1991
Abstract: The great March 1991 magnetic storm and the immediately preceding solar energetic particle event (SEP) were among the largest observed during the past solar cycle, and have been the object of intense study. We investigate here, using data from eight satellites, the very large delayed buildup of relativistic electron flux in the outer zone during a 1.5-day period beginning 2 days after onset of the main phase of this storm. A notable feature of the March storm is the intense substorm activity throughout the period of the relativistic flux buildup, and the good correlation between some temporal features of the lower-energy substorm-injected electron flux and the relativistic electron flux at geosynchronous orbit. Velocity dispersion analysis of these fluxes between geosynchronous satellites . . .
Date: 11/2001 Publisher: Journal of Geophysical Research Pages: 25759 - 25776 DOI: 10.1029/2000JA000458 Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2000JA000458/full
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Authors: Iles Roger H A, Meredith Nigel P, Fazakerley Andrew N, and Horne Richard B
Title: Phase space density analysis of the outer radiation belt energetic electron dynamics
Abstract: We present an analysis of the electron phase space density in the Earth's outer radiation belt during three magnetically disturbed periods to determine the likely roles of inward radial diffusion and local acceleration in the energization of electrons to relativistic energies. During the recovery phase of the 9 October 1990 storm and the period of prolonged substorms between 11 and 16 September 1990, the relativistic electron phase space density increases substantially and peaks in the phase space density occur in the region 4.0 < L* < 5.5 for values of the first adiabatic invariant, M ≥ 550 MeV/G, corresponding to energies, E > ∼0.8 MeV. The peaks in the phase space density are associated with prolonged substorm activity, enhanced chorus amplitudes, and predominantly low values of the. . .
Date: 03/2006 Publisher: Journal of Geophysical Research DOI: 10.1029/2005JA011206 Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2005JA011206/abstract
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