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AKR breakup and auroral particle acceleration at substorm onset. / Morioka, A.; Miyoshi, Y.; Tsuchiya, F.; Misawa, H.; Yumoto, K.; Parks, G.K.; Anderson, R.R.; Menietti, J.D.; Donovan, E.F.; Honary, Farideh; Spanswick, E.

In: Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 113, No. A9, 09.09.2008, p. A09213.

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Morioka, A, Miyoshi, Y, Tsuchiya, F, Misawa, H, Yumoto, K, Parks, GK, Anderson, RR, Menietti, JD, Donovan, EF, Honary, F & Spanswick, E 2008, 'AKR breakup and auroral particle acceleration at substorm onset', Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 113, no. A9, pp. A09213. https://doi.org/10.1029/2008JA013322

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Morioka, A., Miyoshi, Y., Tsuchiya, F., Misawa, H., Yumoto, K., Parks, G. K., Anderson, R. R., Menietti, J. D., Donovan, E. F., Honary, F., & Spanswick, E. (2008). AKR breakup and auroral particle acceleration at substorm onset. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(A9), A09213. https://doi.org/10.1029/2008JA013322

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Morioka A, Miyoshi Y, Tsuchiya F, Misawa H, Yumoto K, Parks GK et al. AKR breakup and auroral particle acceleration at substorm onset. Journal of Geophysical Research. 2008 Sep 9;113(A9):A09213. https://doi.org/10.1029/2008JA013322

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Morioka, A. ; Miyoshi, Y. ; Tsuchiya, F. ; Misawa, H. ; Yumoto, K. ; Parks, G.K. ; Anderson, R.R. ; Menietti, J.D. ; Donovan, E.F. ; Honary, Farideh ; Spanswick, E. / AKR breakup and auroral particle acceleration at substorm onset. In: Journal of Geophysical Research. 2008 ; Vol. 113, No. A9. pp. A09213.

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abstract = "The dynamical behavior of auroral kilometric radiation (AKR) is investigated in connection with auroral particle acceleration at substorm onsets using high-time-resolution wave spectrograms provided by Polar/PWI electric field observations. AKR develops explosively at altitudes above a preexisting low-altitude AKR source at substorm onsets. This “AKR breakup” suggests an abrupt formation of a new field-aligned acceleration region above the preexisting acceleration region. The formation of the new acceleration region is completed in a very short time (amplitude increases 10,000 times in 30 seconds), suggesting that the explosive development is confined to a localized region. AKR breakups are usually preceded (1–3 minutes) by the appearance and/or gradual enhancement of the low-altitude AKR. This means that the explosive formation of the high-altitude electric field takes place in the course of the growing low-altitude acceleration. The development of the low-altitude acceleration region is thus a necessary condition for the ignition of the high-altitude bursty acceleration. The dH/dt component from a search-coil magnetometer at ground shows that a few minutes prior to substorm onsets, the quasi-DC component begins a negative excursion that is nearly synchronized with the start of the gradual enhancement of the low-altitude AKR, indicating a precursor-like behavior for the substorm. This negative variation of dH/dt suggests an exponentially increasing ionospheric current induced by the upward field-aligned current. At substorm onsets, the decrease in the quasi-DC variation of dH/dt further accelerates, indicating a sudden reinforcement of the field-aligned current.",
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AU - Parks, G.K.

AU - Anderson, R.R.

AU - Menietti, J.D.

AU - Donovan, E.F.

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