Current understanding of magnetic storms: storm-substorm relationships

@article{Kamide1998CurrentUO,
  title={Current understanding of magnetic storms: storm-substorm relationships},
  author={Yohsuke Kamide and Wolfgang Baumjohann and Ioannis A. Daglis and W. D. Gonzalez and Manuel Grande and J. A. C. Joselyn and Robert L. McPherron and John L. Phillips and E. G. D. Reeves and Gordon Rostoker and A. Surjalal Sharma and Howard J. Singer and Bruce T. Tsurutani and Vytenis M. Vasyliūnas},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={103},
  pages={17705-17728}
}
This paper attempts to summarize the current understanding of the storm/substorm relationship by clearing up a considerable amount of controversy and by addressing the question of how solar wind energy is deposited into and is dissipated in the constituent elements that are critical to magnetospheric and ionospheric processes during magnetic storms. (1) Four mechanisms are identified and discussed as the primary causes of enhanced electric fields in the interplanetary medium responsible for… 
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