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Space Weather Modeling Framework: A new tool for the space science community
[1] The Space Weather Modeling Framework (SWMF) provides a high-performance flexible framework for physics-based space weather simulations, as well as for various space physics applications. The SWMFExpand
The polar heliospheric magnetic field
The authors suggest that the polar heliospheric magnetic field, at large heliocentric distances, may deviate considerably from the generally accepted Archimedean spiral. Instead, they suggest thatExpand
Effects of drift on the transport of cosmic rays. VI - A three-dimensional model including diffusion
We present the first results from a series of computer simulations of the solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays using a full three-dimensional model which incorporates all known important effectsExpand
Velocity Correlation and the Spatial Diffusion Coefficients of Cosmic Rays: Compound Diffusion
We consider the transport of charged particles in a stochastic magnetic field using a method based on the velocity correlation function vi(0)vj(t) developed by R. Kubo. This can be used under veryExpand
EVIDENCE OF A NORTH-SOUTH ASYMMETRY IN THE HELIOSPHERE ASSOCIATED WITH A SOUTHWARD DISPLACEMENT OF THE HELIOSPHERIC CURRENT SHEET
Evidence of a north-south asymmetry in the global heliosphere, first inferred from Ulysses cosmic-ray observations, is investigated using simultaneous Ulysses and Wind magnetic field observations.Expand
THE COSMIC-RAY INTENSITY NEAR THE ARCHEAN EARTH
We employ three-dimensional state-of-the-art magnetohydrodynamic models of the early solar wind and heliosphere and a two-dimensional model for cosmic-ray transport to investigate the cosmic-rayExpand
Interpretation and consequences of large-scale magnetic variances observed at high heliographic latitude
We consider recent Ulysses observations of the large-scale variances in the transverse components of the interplanetary magnetic field. A previously-suggested theory is shown to provide a good fit toExpand
CME Theory and Models
This chapter provides an overview of current efforts in the theory and modeling of CMEs. Five key areas are discussed: (1) CME initiation; (2) CME evolution and propagation; (3) the structure ofExpand
The telegraph equation in charged particle transport
We present a new derivation of the telegraph equation which modifies its coefficients. First, an infinite order partial differential equation is obtained for the velocity space solid angle-averagedExpand
Particle Acceleration in Solar Wind Compression Regions
We present the results of a theoretical investigation of the acceleration of charged particles in regions of gradual solar wind compression. The mechanism we describe is similar to diffusive shockExpand
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