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HILDCAA* events between 1998 and 2007 and their related interplanetary magnetic field and plasma values

@article{Prestes2016HILDCAAEB,
  title={HILDCAA* events between 1998 and 2007 and their related interplanetary magnetic field and plasma values},
  author={Alan Prestes and Virginia Klausner and Arian Ojeda-Gonz{\'a}lez and Silvio Leite Serra},
  journal={arXiv: Space Physics},
  year={2016}
}
We investigate the interplanetary conditions during 135 less strict high-intensity, long-duration, continuous AE activity (HILDCAA*) events during the years of 1998--2007. The HILDCAA* events were chosen by following strictly three of the "traditional" criteria which describe the high-intensity, long-duration, continuous AE activity (HILDCAA). However, we include a small modification in one of the criteria that considers "the AE values do not drop below 200 nT for more than 2 h at a time". This… 
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