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Rebuilding of the Earth\textquoterights outer electron belt during 8-10 October 2012

Geomagnetic storms often include strong magnetospheric convection caused by sustained periods of southward interplanetary magnetic field. During periods of strong convection, the Alfv\ en layer, which separates the region of sunward convection from closed drift shells, is displaced earthward allowing plasma sheet particles with energies in the hundreds of keV direct access inside of geosynchronous. Subsequent outward motion of the Alfv\ en boundary and adiabatic energization during storm recovery traps plasma sheet electrons ...

Kress, B.; Hudson, M.; Paral, J.;

YEAR: 2014     DOI: 10.1002/2013GL058588

radiation belt transport