Substorm dependence of chorus amplitudes: Implications for the acceleration of electrons to relativistic energies

@inproceedings{Meredith2001SubstormDO,
  title={Substorm dependence of chorus amplitudes: Implications for the acceleration of electrons to relativistic energies},
  author={Nigel P. Meredith and Richard B Horne and Rr R. Anderson},
  year={2001}
}
Intense interest currently exists in determining the roles played by various wave-particle interactions in the acceleration of electrons to relativistic energies during/following geomagnetic storms. Here we present a survey of wave data from the CRRES Plasma Wave Experiment for lower band (0.1-0.5fce) and upper band (0.5-1.0fce) chorus, fce being the electron gyrofrequency, to assess whether these waves could play an important role in the acceleration of a seed population of electrons to… CONTINUE READING

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