Modeling the evolution of chorus waves into plasmaspheric hiss

@article{Bortnik2011ModelingTE,
  title={Modeling the evolution of chorus waves into plasmaspheric hiss},
  author={J. Bortnik and L. Chen and W. Li and R. Thorne and R. Horne},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={116}
}
[1] Plasmaspheric hiss (PH) is a band-limited, incoherent whistler mode emission found predominantly in the plasmasphere or high-density plasma regions in the near-Earth space environment. Since its discovery in the late 1960s, PH has been recognized as playing an important role in shaping the structure and dynamics of the Earth's electron radiation belts and creating the slot region that separates the inner and outer belts. However, the origin of PH has been a topic of intense debate for over… Expand
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