Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997, X, 394 p.
Springer eBooks may be purchased by end-customers only and are sold without copy protection (DRM free). Instead, all eBooks include personalized watermarks. This means you can read the Springer eBooks across numerous devices such as Laptops, eReaders, and tablets.
You can pay for Springer eBooks with Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Paypal.
After the purchase you can directly download the eBook file or read it online in our Springer eBook Reader. Furthermore your eBook will be stored in your MySpringer account. So you can always re-download your eBooks.
The present volume is the second one in the Space Sciences Series of ISSI (Inter national Space Science Institute) and the October 1997 issue of Space Science Reviews. It contains the proceedings of the first workshop in the ISSI study project on "Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plasma", which was held at ISSI in Bern on October 1-5, 1996. The participants in the project, the project team, numbered at that time 51, of whom 45 participated in the workshop. The main tasks of the first workshop were to provide a basis for the further work by means of presentation and discussion of those 16 review papers which are pub lished in this volume and to prepare plans for the work of six working groups in the year up to the second workshop in October 1997. The ISSI study project on "Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plas ma" was selected by ISSI in December 1995 as the first in the solar-terrestrial physics field after consulting a number of groups of senior scientists represent ing the international space physics community at large. The undersigned, Bengt Hultqvist, is the project leader. A Core Group, consisting of two co-chairs for each of six working groups and four ex-officio members from the Space Science Com mittee of ISSI (H. Balsiger, A. Galeev, G. Haerendel, and D. Southwood), con vened at ISSI in March 1996.
Sources of Ion Outflow in the High Latitude Ionosphere; A.W. Yau, M. André. Theories and Observations of Ion Energization and Outflow in the High Latitude Magnetosphere; M. André, A.W. Yau. Four Contemporary Issues Concerning Ionospheric Plasma Flow to the Magnetosphere; J.L. Horwitz, T.E. Moore. High-Latitude Particle Precipitation and Its Relationship to Magnetospheric Source Regions; T.G. Onsager, M. Lockwood. Magnetospheric Processes Leading to Precipitation; L.R. Lyons. Observations of Magnetospheric Waves and Their Relation to Precipitation; H.E.J. Koskinen. Erosion and Recovery of the Plasmasphere in the Plasmapause Region; D.L. Carpenter, J. Lemaire. Outer Plasmaspheric Plasma Properties: What We Know from Satellite Data; M. Moldwin. Numerical Modeling of the Ring Current and Plasmasphere; R.A. Wolf, R.W. Spiro. Observational Evidence for Transfer of Plasma Across the Magnetopause; G. Paschmann. Theoretical Approaches to the Description of Magnetic Merging: The Need for Finite betae, Anisotropic, Ambipolar Hall MHD; J.D. Scudder. Observational and Theoretical Aspects of Processes Other Than Merging and Diffusion Governing Plasma Transport Across the Magnetopause; R. Lundin. ISEE Ion Composition Data with Implications for Solar Wind Entry into Earth's Magnetotail; O.W. Lennartsson. The Cold-Dense Plasma Sheet: A GEOTAIL Perspective; M. Fujimoto, et al. The Low-Latitude Boundary Layer at the Flanks of the Magnetopause; M. Scholer, R.A. Treumann. Considerations of Source, Transport, Acceleration/Heating and Loss Processes Responsible for Geomagnetic Tail Particle Populations; D.J. Williams. List of Members of the ISSI Project on Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plasma.