Large amplitude solitary waves in and near the Earth's magnetosphere, magnetopause and bow shock: Polar and Cluster observations

@inproceedings{Cattell2003LargeAS,
  title={Large amplitude solitary waves in and near the Earth's magnetosphere, magnetopause and bow shock: Polar and Cluster observations},
  author={Cynthia A. Cattell and Cheryl Neiman and John Paul Dombeck and James Patrick Crumley and J R Wygant and C A Kletzing and W. K. Peterson and Forrest S. Mozer and Michel Andr{\'e}},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract. Solitary waves with large electric fields (up to 100's of mV/m) have been observed throughout the magnetosphere and in the bow shock. We discuss observations by Polar at high altitudes ( ~ 4-8 RE ), during crossings of the plasma sheet boundary and cusp, and new measurements by Polar at the equatorial magnetopause and by Cluster near the bow shock, in the cusp and at the plasma sheet boundary. We describe the results of a statistical study of electron solitary waves observed by Polar… CONTINUE READING

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