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The theory of waves in plasma is developed and applied to various wave phenomena in the magnetosphere. In Part 1 the theory of wave propagation in cold, warm and hot plasmas is developed. Particular attention is paid to the forms of refractive index surfaces, ray surfaces and group velocity surfaces which allow the visualization of the wave fronts which occur under different conditions. There is a full treatment of the interaction between waves and particles. These treatments are copiously illustrated in an attempt to give the reader an intentive feel for the nature of the phenomena. In Part 2 the theory is applied to a variety of natural wave phenomena which occur in the magnetosphere.
|Statement||by A.D.M. Walker|
|Series||Physics and Chemistry in Space Planetology -- 24, Physics and chemistry in space -- 24.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xii, 348 pages 119 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||348|
|ISBN 10||3642778690, 3642778674|
|ISBN 10||9783642778698, 9783642778674|
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This book is a study of plasma waves which are observed in the earth's magnetosphere. The emphasis is on a thorough, but concise, treatment of the necessary theory and the use of this theory to understand the manifold varieties of waves which are observed by ground-based instruments and by satellites.
This book is a study of plasma waves which are observed in the earth's magnetosphere. The emphasis is on a thorough, but concise, treatment of the necessary theory and the use of this theory to understand the manifold varieties of waves which are observed by ground-based instruments and by by: The theory of waves in plasma is developed and applied to various wave phenomena in the magnetosphere.
In Part 1 the theory of wave propagation in cold, warm and hot plasmas is developed. Particular attention is paid to the forms of refractive index surfaces, ray surfaces and group velocity surfaces which allow the visualization of the wave fronts which occur under different by: In the magnetospheres where plasma motions are driven by the solar wind, solar wind plasma enters the magnetosphere, becoming the primary source of plasma in the case of Mercury's small magnetosphere and a secondary plasma source at Uranus and Neptune.
At Earth, both the ionosphere and the solar wind are important sources. A large variety of plasma wave phenomena are seen in the Earth's magnetosphere. Attempts at the theoretical explanation have had some successes, including wave Cited by: Read Free Plasma Waves Magnetosphere Physics Chemistry Space Space) By A.D.M.
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Space measurements have provided a wealth of data on wave phenomena, plasma parameters, and energetic particle characteristics within the earth's magnetosphere. In the present paper, the generation, propagation, and interaction of plasma waves are discussed, along with the interpretation of the observations.
Data on plasma waves from other planetary magnetospheres and cosmic plasma. Thus, geophysicists now have a unique tool that can be applied to study the solid Earth as well as its gas-plasma shells - the ionosphere and magnetosphere. This book integrates topics pertaining to all scales of the MHD-waves, emphasizing the linkages between the ULF-waves below the ionosphere on the ground and magnetospheric MHD-waves.
Such plasma—which Cluster found to, surprisingly, dominate the magnetosphere's volume up to 70% of the time—is thought to play a key role in.
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The selection first offers information on solar wind, magnetosphere, and the magnetopause of the Earth. Discussions focus on magnetopause structure and transfer processes, magnetosphere electric.
Here, we investigate an event with clear modulation of the particle fluxes and wave intensities by The modulation of plasma and waves by background electron density irregularities in the inner magnetosphere - Yue - - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library.
Wave-particle interactions are a key influence on radiation belt particle dynamics. Here electron cyclotron resonance with very-low-frequency chorus, extremely-low-frequency hiss, and electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves in the Earth’s dipole magnetosphere is analyzed.
In this first of two companion papers, it is assumed that wave propagation is field aligned. Electromagnetic ion cyclotron (EMIC) waves are transverse plasma waves generated in the inner magnetosphere by ring current ions with perpendicular temperature anisotropy and are typically registered on the ground in the Pc1‐2 frequency range.
A projection of the equatorial plane of Earth's magnetosphere and the distribution of plasma waves Hiss plasma waves are confined to the region of cold plasma. The remarkable OGO satellite series of the s revealed a wide variety of natural plasma wave activity in space and stimulated theorists to consider the role of wave-particle energy and momentum exchange in affecting the distribution of geomagnetically trapped particles in the magnetosphere.
Detailed considerations can be found in numerous books on plasma physics (e.g. , , ) and on the electromagnetic waves in plasmas (e.g. , ). of MHD-waves in the magnetosphere. Get this from a library. Plasma Waves in the Magnetosphere. [A D M Walker] -- The theory of waves in plasma is developed and applied to various wave phenomena in the magnetosphere.
In Part 1 the theory of wave propagation in cold, warm and hot plasmas is developed. Particular. More detailed information about each type of plasma wave identified in the Earth's magnetosphere is given in Tables 1, 2, 3- Each table lists the noise type, its location in the magnetosphere, the frequency range for which it is observed, the characteristic frequency of the plasma associated with the waves, key literature references, a brief.
Hot plasma waves in Schwarzschild magnetosphere Article (PDF Available) in Astrophysics and Space Science (2) February with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. With the collection of articles written by leading scientists, the contributions contained in the book describe latest research results in solar wind-magnetosphere interaction, magnetospheric substorms, magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling, transport phenomena in the plasma sheet, wave and particle dynamics in the ring current and radiation belts.Coupling between EMIC waves, plasma, and energetic particles in the inner magnetosphere: Observations from the dual Van Allen Probes AM.
Therese Moretto Jorgensen How does the magnetosphere go to sleep? AM. Michael Hesse On the reversibility of collisionless magnetic reconnection Session 9 – afternoon.This book is a study of plasma waves which are observed in the earth's magnetosphere. The emphasis is on a thorough, but concise, treatment of the necessary theory and the use of this theory to understand the manifold varieties of waves which are observed by ground-based instruments and by : A D M Walker.