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Local time asymmetries in Saturn’s magnetosphere. / Carbary, J. F.; Mitchell, D. G.; Rymer, A. M.; Krupp, N.; Hamilton, D.; Krimigis, S. M.; Badman, Sarah Victoria.

Dawn‐Dusk Asymmetries in Planetary Plasma Environments. ed. / Stein Haaland; Andrei Runov; Colin Forsyth. American Geophysical Union, 2017. p. 323-336 (Geophysical Monograph Series).

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Carbary, JF, Mitchell, DG, Rymer, AM, Krupp, N, Hamilton, D, Krimigis, SM & Badman, SV 2017, Local time asymmetries in Saturn’s magnetosphere. in S Haaland, A Runov & C Forsyth (eds), Dawn‐Dusk Asymmetries in Planetary Plasma Environments. Geophysical Monograph Series, American Geophysical Union, pp. 323-336. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119216346.ch25

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Carbary, J. F., Mitchell, D. G., Rymer, A. M., Krupp, N., Hamilton, D., Krimigis, S. M., & Badman, S. V. (2017). Local time asymmetries in Saturn’s magnetosphere. In S. Haaland, A. Runov, & C. Forsyth (Eds.), Dawn‐Dusk Asymmetries in Planetary Plasma Environments (pp. 323-336). (Geophysical Monograph Series). American Geophysical Union. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119216346.ch25

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Carbary JF, Mitchell DG, Rymer AM, Krupp N, Hamilton D, Krimigis SM et al. Local time asymmetries in Saturn’s magnetosphere. In Haaland S, Runov A, Forsyth C, editors, Dawn‐Dusk Asymmetries in Planetary Plasma Environments. American Geophysical Union. 2017. p. 323-336. (Geophysical Monograph Series). https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119216346.ch25

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Carbary, J. F. ; Mitchell, D. G. ; Rymer, A. M. ; Krupp, N. ; Hamilton, D. ; Krimigis, S. M. ; Badman, Sarah Victoria. / Local time asymmetries in Saturn’s magnetosphere. Dawn‐Dusk Asymmetries in Planetary Plasma Environments. editor / Stein Haaland ; Andrei Runov ; Colin Forsyth. American Geophysical Union, 2017. pp. 323-336 (Geophysical Monograph Series).

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