Energy content in the storm time ring current

@inproceedings{Turner2017EnergyCI,
  title={Energy content in the storm time ring current},
  author={Norma Estelle Turner and Daniel N. Baker and Tuija I. Pulkkinen and James L. Roeder and J F Fennell and Vania K. Jordanova},
  year={2017}
}
Given the important role the ring current plays in magnetospheric energetics, it is essential to understand its strength and evolution in disturbed times. There are currently three main methods for deducing the strength of the ring current: measuring ground magnetic perturbations, measuring high-altitude magnetic perturbations, or directly measuring ring current particles. The use of ground magnetometers i the most convenient, and many use the ground magnetometer-derived Dst index as a proxy… CONTINUE READING

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