Role of substorm-associated impulsive electric fields in the ring current development during storms

@inproceedings{Ganushkina2005RoleOS,
  title={Role of substorm-associated impulsive electric fields in the ring current development during storms},
  author={N. Yu. Ganushkina and Tuija I. Pulkkinen and Torsten Fritz},
  year={2005}
}
Particles with different energies produce varying contributions to the total ring current energy density as the storm progresses. Ring current energy densities and total ring current energies were obtained using particle data from the Polar CAMMICE/MICS instrument during several storms observed during the years 1996–1998. Four different energy ranges for particles are considered: total (1–200 keV), low (1–20 keV), medium (20–80 keV) and high (80–200 keV). Evolution of contributions from… CONTINUE READING

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