Inner Magnetosphere Interactions. New Perspectives From Imaging. Volume 159. Geophysical Monograph Series

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Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 159.

We regard the inner magnetosphere as the region surrounded by a geomagnetic shell with an equatorial radius of approximately eight Earth radii. Of much concern to scientists and researchers, and the focus of this monograph, are the interactions that occur in this region of geospace. We include here hot–cold plasma interactions, plasmasphere dynamics, direct effects of the interplanetary magnetic field on the inner magnetosphere, ring–current/ionosphere interactions, ring–current effects on global electric fields, and ring–current/radiation–belt interactions. With new satellite measurements, especially those from IMAGE (Imager for Magnetopause–to–Aurora Global Exploration), and associated observations from ground–based facilities, our understanding of the interactions that take place in the inner magnetosphere has developed rapidly.

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PrefaceJames Burch, Michael Schulz, and Harlan Spence vii

Plasmasphere Dynamics

The Global Pattern of Evolution of Plasmaspheric Drainage PlumesJ. Goldstein and B. R. Sandel 1

Multipoint Observations of Ionic Structures in the Plasmasphere by CLUSTER
CIS and Comparisons With IMAGE–EUV Observations and With Model SimulationsIannis Dandouras, Viviane Pierrard, Jerry Goldstein, Claire Vallat, George K. Parks, Henri Reme, Cecile Gouillart, Frederic Sevestre, Michael McCarthy, Lynn M. Kistler, Berndt Klecker, Axel Korth, Maria Bice Bavassano–Cattaneo, Philippe Escoubet, and Arnaud Masson 23

Wave–Particle Interactions in the Plasmasphere and Ring Current

The Relationship Between Plasma Density Structure and EMIC Waves at Geosynchronous OrbitB. J. Eraser, H.J. Singer, M. L Adrian, D. L. Gallagher, and M. F. Thomsen 55

ULF Waves Associated with Enhanced Subauroral Proton PrecipitationThomas J. Immel, S. B. Mende, H. U. Frey, J. Patel, J. W. Bonnell, M. J. Engebretson, and S. A. Fuselier 69

Afternoon Subauroral Proton Precipitation Resulting from Ring Current Plasmasphere InteractionM. Spasojevic′, M. F. Thomsen, P.J. Chi, andB. R. Sandel 85

The Influence of Wave–Particle Interactions on Relativistic Electron Dynamics During StormsRichard M.Thorne, Richard B. Home, Sarah Glauert, Nigel P. Meredith, Yuri Y. Shprits, Danny Summers, and Roger R. Anderson 101

Distribution and Origin of Plasmaspheric Plasma WavesJames L. Green, Shing F. Fung, Scott Boardsen, and Hugh J. Christian 113

Electric Fields and Currents in the Inner Magnetosphere

Direct Effects of the IMF on the Inner MagnetosphereR. A. Wolf, 5. Sazykin, X. Xing, R. W. Spiro, E R. Toffoletto, D. L De Zeeuw, T. I. Gombosi, and J. Goldstein 127

Non–Potential Electric Field Model of Magnetosphere–Ionosphere CouplingIgor V. Sokolov, Tamas I. Gombosi, and Aaron J. Ridley 141

Pressure–Driven Currents Derived from Global EN A Images by IMAGE/HENAEdmond C. Roelof 153

On the Relation Between Electric Fields in the Inner Magnetosphere, Ring Current, Auroral Conductance, and Plasmapause MotionP. C. Brandt,J. Goldstein, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth, T. J. Immel, E. C. Roelof, R. DeMajistre, D. G. Mitchell, and B. Sandel 159

Small–Scale Structure in the Stormtime Ring CurrentMichael W. Liemohn and Pontus C. Brandt 167

Solar and Ionospheric Plasmas in the Ring Current RegionT. E. Moore, M–C. Fok, S. P. Christon, S.–H. Chen, M. O. Chandler, D. C. Delcourt, J. Fedder, S. Slinker, and M. Liemohn 179

Statistical Properties of Dayside Subauroral Proton Flashes Observed With IMAGE–FUVBenott Hubert, Jean–Claude Gerard, Stephen B. Mende, and Stephen A. Fuselier 195

Ring Current and Radiation Belt Dynamics

Geospace Storm Processes Coupling the Ring Current, Radiation Belt and PlasmasphereM.–C. Fok, Y. Ebihara, T. E. Moore, D. M. Ober, and K. A. Keller 207

Toward Understanding Radiation Belt Dynamics, Nuclear Explosion–Produced Artificial Belts, and Active
Radiation Belt Remediation: Producing a Radiation Belt Data Assimilation ModelGeoffrey D. Reeves, Reiner H. W. Friedel, Sebastien Bourdarie, Michelle F. Thomsen, Sorin Zaharia,Michael G. Henderson,Yue Chen, Vania K. Jordanova, Brian J. Albright, and Dan Winske 221

Simulated Stormtime Ring–Current Magnetic Field Produced by Ions and ElectronsMargaret W. Chen, Michael Schulz, Shuxiang Liu, Gang Lu, Larry R. Lyons, Mostafa El–Alaoui, and Michelle Thomsen 237

Radiation Belt Responses to the Solar Events of October–November 2003D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and J.H. Allen 251

Ionospheric Response to Solar–Wind Forcing

Hemispheric Daytime Ionospheric Response to Intense Solar Wind ForcingA. J. Mannucci, Bruce T. Tsurutani, Byron lijima, Attila Komjathy, Brian Wilson, Xiaoqing Pi, Lawrence Sparks, George Hajj, Lukas Mandrake, Walter D. Gonzalez, Janet Kozyra, K. Yumoto, M. Swisdak, J.D. Huba, and R. Skoug 261

Redistribution of the Stormtime Ionosphere and the Formation of a Plasmaspheric BulgeJohn C. Foster, Anthea J. Coster, Philip J. Erickson, William Rideout, Frederick J. Rich, Thomas J. Immel, and Bill R. Sandel 277

Retrospective

Yosemite 2004 A Thirty Year TraditionC R. Chappell 291

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