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Project Name: A non-storm time enhancement of outer radiation belt electrons
Project Desciption: On January 13th, 2013, a high-speed solar wind stream impacted Earth’s magnetosphere, resulting in low geomagnetic activity (Real-Time Dst minimum of -30 nT). However, the relativistic electron po ...
Instrument(s): ECT/MagEIS,EFW
Project Type: Paper
Authors: Schiller, Quintin; Li, Xinlin; Blum, Lauren; Jaynes, Allison; Malaspina, David; Tu, Weicha ...
Affiliation(s): LASP, University of Colorado - Boulder
Data From: 2013-01-10 To: 2013-01-31
Submitted by: Allison Jaynes (GraduateStudent) On: 2013-08-15 18:49:24
Associated file: Schiller1pg.pdf
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Project Name: Solar wind-driven ULF activity in Earth’s inner radiation belt: effects on trapped electrons
Project Desciption: Hordes of ground-based magnetometers, along with solar wind data from ACE and SDO-AIA images of the Sun, are used to tell a story of what drives multi-banded energy structures in the RBSPICE electron ...
Instrument(s): RBSPICE
Project Type: Paper
Authors: Urban Kevin, Gerrard Andrew, Lanzerotti Louis
Affiliation(s): New Jersey Institute of Technology
Submitted by: Kevin Urban (GraduateStudent) On: 2013-08-15 10:25:51
Associated file: 2013-Aug-03__Sibeck-RBSP-SWG-student-slides.pdf
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Project Name: Evolution of relatvistic outer belt electrons during extended quiescent period
Project Desciption: To effectively study loss due to precipitation of relativistic electron fluxes in the radiation belt, it is necessary to isolate this loss from the Dst effect and magnetopause shadowing by studying l ...
Instrument(s): ECT/MagEIS,ECT/REPT,EFW
Project Type: Paper
Authors: Jaynes, Allison; Li, Xinlin; Schiller, Q; Blum, L; Tu, W; Malaspina, D; Turner, D; Baker, ...
Affiliation(s): LASP, University of Colorado - Boulder
Data From: 2012-12-10 To: 2013-01-15
Submitted by: Allison Jaynes (PostDoc) On: 2013-08-13 16:36:08
Associated file: Jaynes_Gateway_projectslide.pdf
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Project Name: Poloidal Pulsations: Sibeck's test
Project Desciption: Antisymmetric poloidal pulsations are one of the most beautiful phenomena in the Earth's radiation belts.
Instrument(s): EMFISIS
Project Type: Other
Authors: Sibeck David, Korotova Galina
Affiliation(s): NASA/GSFC,
Data From: 2014-05-05 To: 2015-05-05
Submitted by: Dave Sibeck (Scientist) On: 2013-08-09 15:13:24
Associated file: Poloidal student pages.pptx
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