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Ionospheric Multi-Spacecraft Analysis Tools Approaches for Deriving Ionospheric Parameters

by Malcolm Wray Dunlop

Part of the ISSI Scientific Report Series Series

Ionospheric Multi-Spacecraft Analysis Tools Approaches for Deriving Ionospheric Parameters Synopsis

This open access book provides a comprehensive toolbox of analysis techniques for ionospheric multi-satellite missions. The immediate need for this volume was motivated by the ongoing ESA Swarm satellite mission, but the tools that are described are general and can be used for any future ionospheric multi-satellite mission with comparable instrumentation. In addition to researching the immediate plasma environment and its coupling to other regions, such a mission aims to study the Earth's main magnetic field and its anomalies caused by core, mantle, or crustal sources. The parameters for carrying out this kind of work are examined in these chapters. Besides currents, electric fields, and plasma convection, these parameters include ionospheric conductance, Joule heating, neutral gas densities, and neutral winds.

Book Information

ISBN: 9783030267315
Publication date: 29th October 2019
Author: Malcolm Wray Dunlop
Publisher: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 288 pages
Categories: Astronautics, Earth sciences, Solar system: the Sun & planets,

About Malcolm Wray Dunlop

Malcom Dunlop is research group leader at RAL Space and Professor at Beihang University. He is a visiting Professor at Warwick University and Imperial College. He has long experience in analysing magnetospheric and ionospheric data and is Co-I on several space missions. His research interests cover: the study of the ring current, field-aligned currents, magnetospheric boundaries, magnetic reconnection and current layers. He is the only individual awarded three special achievement Cluster medals. Hermann Luhr was Professor of Geophysics at Technical University fo Braunschweig and Senior Scientist at Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ, Potsdam, Germany. He has been (Co-)-PI of several research ...

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