Magnetospheric electric fields and plasma sheet injection to low L-shells during the 4-5 June 1991 magnetic storm: Comparison between the Rice Convection Model and observations: THE 4-5 JUNE 1991 STORM

@inproceedings{Garner2004MagnetosphericEF,
  title={Magnetospheric electric fields and plasma sheet injection to low L-shells during the 4-5 June 1991 magnetic storm: Comparison between the Rice Convection Model and observations: THE 4-5 JUNE 1991 STORM},
  author={T. W. J. Garner and Raymond A. Wolf and Robert W. Spiro and William Joseph Burke and Bela Gyula Fejer and Stanislav Sazykin and J L Roeder and M R Hairston},
  year={2004}
}
[1] The major magnetic storm of 4–5 June 1991 was well observed with the Combined Release and Radiation Experiment (CRRES) satellite in the duskside inner magnetosphere and with three Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) spacecraft in the polar ionosphere. These observations are compared to results from the Rice Convection Model (RCM), which calculates the inner magnetospheric electric field and particle distribution self-consistently. This case study, which uses the most complete… CONTINUE READING

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