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 Presentations (2014)

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Aguirre, E. and Keesee, A. M. and M. Liemohn (2014), Comparison of Ion Temperatures in the Magnetosphere as a Function of the AE Index using TWINS ENA data, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement, SM23B-4196.

Fok, M-C and N. Buzulukova and S.-H. Chen and A. Glocer and T. Nagai and P. Valek and J. D. Perez (2014), Modeling the Inner-Magnetosphere Ionosphere with the CIMI Model, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Meeting Supplement, SM14A-02.

Fok, M.-C. (2014), How Does Ring Current Control the Enhancement and Decay of the Radiation Belts?, AOGS 2014, Sapporo, Japan.

Fok, M.-C. (2014), The Role of Ring Current in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling in the Solar System, Yosemite, CA.

Fok, M.-C. and N. Y. Buzulukova and A. Glocer and S.-H. Chen and E. A. MacDonald and B. J. Anderson and P. W. Valek and L. J. Lanzerotti and M. Gkioulidou and H. Spence and P. Dixon (2014), Connecting the Tail, Inner-Magnetosphere and Ionosphere with the Two-Way Coupled BATSRUS-CRCM-RBE Model, The 12th International Conference on Substorms, Ise-Shima, Japan.

Goldstein, J. (2014), Imaging the Magnetosphere: Review and Future Progress, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling in the Solar System, Yosemite, CA.

Goldstein, J. (2014), Solar System Space Physics, Undergraduate seminar, Texas Lutheran University, Oct.

Goldstein, J. (2014-October), Solar System Space Physics, Seminar at Texas Lutheran University.

Goldstein, J. (2014-October), Solar System Space Physics, Seminar at Trinity University.

Goldstein, J. (2014-October), Solar System Space Physics, Seminar at University of Texas Austin.

Goldstein, J. (2014-October), Solar System Space Physics, Seminar at University of Texas San Antonio.

Keesee, A. (2014-May), Using ENA-Derived Ion Temperatures to Study Ion Dynamics in the Magnetosphere, Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences (AOSS) Department, University of Michigan seminar.

Keesee, A. (2014-September), Understanding ion heating in Earth?s magnetosphere using energetic neutral atom imaging, Physics Seminar, Davidson College.

Keesee, A. M. and E. E. Scime and A. T. Lui (2014), Localized ion energization observed during the Galaxy-15 substorm, Geospace Environment Modeling workshop, Snowmass, CO.

Keesee, A. M. and R. Ilie and M. Liemohn (2014), Data-model comparisons of plasma sheet ion temperatures during moderate geomagnetic storms, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement, SM31D-4221.

Keesee, A. M. and T. Ensign (2014), Training Educators to Teach the Sun and Space Weather Using a Kit of Tools, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement.

LLera, K. and J. Goldstein and D. McComas and P. Valek (2014), Energy Spectral Evolution of Precipitating Ring Current Ions Using TWINS Low-Altitude Emissions (LAEs) and in-Situ NOAA Observations, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement, SM31D-4222.

Perez, J. D. and Buzulukova, N. and Fok, M. C. H. and Goldstein, J. and McComas, D. J. and Valek, P. W. and Wood, K. D. (2014-December), TWINS Geomagnetic Storm Catalog, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Perez, J. and N. Buzulukova and M. Fok and J. Goldstein and D. McComas and P. Valek and K. D. Wood (2014), TWINS Geomagnetic Storm Catalog, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement, SM31D-4241.

Trigo, B. and G. Robison and J. Carr Jr. and A. Keesee (2014), Analysis of CME and CIR/HSS-driven storms based on observations made by TWINS, APS-DPP Meeting, October 2014.

Valek, P. W. and D. J. McComas and M. A. Dayeh and J. Goldstein and K. Ogasawara (2014), TWINS and IBEX observations of shock-associated storms and substorms (Invited), Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement, SM11A-01.

Valek, P. and J. Goldstein and J. Jahn and D. McComas and H. Spence (2014), Global Observations of the O+/H+ Ratio During Large Geomagnetic Storms, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall 2014 Supplement, SM23B-4204.



 

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