Self‐consistent model of magnetospheric electric field, ring current, plasmasphere, and electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves: Initial results

@inproceedings{Gamayunov2009SelfconsistentMO,
  title={Self‐consistent model of magnetospheric electric field, ring current, plasmasphere, and electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves: Initial results},
  author={Konstantin V. Gamayunov and George V. Khazanov and Michael W. Liemohn and M L-Y Fok and Aaron J. Ridley},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Further development of our self-consistent model of interacting ring current (RC) ions and electromagnetic ion cyclotron (EMIC) waves is presented. This model incorporates large-scale magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling and treats self-consistently not only EMIC waves and RC ions, but also the magnetospheric electric field, RC, and plasmasphere. Initial simulations indicate that the region beyond geostationary orbit should be included in the simulation of the magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling… CONTINUE READING

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