Association of radiation belt electron enhancements with earthward penetration of Pc5 ULF waves: a case study of intense 2001 magnetic storms

@inproceedings{Georgiou2015AssociationOR,
  title={Association of radiation belt electron enhancements with earthward penetration of Pc5 ULF waves: a case study of intense 2001 magnetic storms},
  author={Marina Georgiou and Ioannis A. Daglis and Eftyhia Zesta and Georgios Balasis and Ian R Mann and Ch. Katsavrias and Kanaris Tsinganos},
  year={2015}
}
Geospace magnetic storms, driven by the solar wind, are associated with increases or decreases in the fluxes of relativistic electrons in the outer radiation belt. We examine the response of relativistic electrons to four intense magnetic storms, during which the minimum of the Dst index ranged from −105 to −387 nT, and compare these with concurrent observations of ultra-low-frequency (ULF) waves from the trans-Scandinavian IMAGE magnetometer network and stations from multiple magnetometer… CONTINUE READING

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