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Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations

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Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations. / Bogdanova, Y.V.; Marchaudon, A.; Owen, C.J.; Dunlop, M.W.; Frey, H.U.; Wild, J.A.; Fazakerley, A.N.; Klecker, B.; Davies, J.A.; Milan, S.E.; Fletcher, Karen (Editor).

2006. Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space, .

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Bogdanova, YV, Marchaudon, A, Owen, CJ, Dunlop, MW, Frey, HU, Wild, JA, Fazakerley, AN, Klecker, B, Davies, JA, Milan, SE & Fletcher, K (ed.) 2006, 'Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations', Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space, 1/01/00.

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Bogdanova, Y. V., Marchaudon, A., Owen, C. J., Dunlop, M. W., Frey, H. U., Wild, J. A., Fazakerley, A. N., Klecker, B., Davies, J. A., Milan, S. E., & Fletcher, K. (Ed.) (2006). Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations. Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space, .

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Bogdanova YV, Marchaudon A, Owen CJ, Dunlop MW, Frey HU, Wild JA et al. Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations. 2006. Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space, .

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Bogdanova, Y.V. ; Marchaudon, A. ; Owen, C.J. ; Dunlop, M.W. ; Frey, H.U. ; Wild, J.A. ; Fazakerley, A.N. ; Klecker, B. ; Davies, J.A. ; Milan, S.E. ; Fletcher, Karen (Editor). / Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations. Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space, .

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title = "Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations",
abstract = "On 16 March 2002, Cluster moved from nightside to dayside, across the high-altitude northern cusp during an extended period of relatively steady positive IMF BY and BZ. Combined Cluster and SuperDARN data imply the existence of two reconnection sites: in the high- latitude northern hemisphere dusk and southern hemisphere dawn sectors. Within the cusp, Cluster encounters 3 distinct plasma regions. First, injections of magnetosheath-like plasma associated with dawnward and sunward convection suggest Cluster crosses newly- reconnected field lines related to the dusk reconnection site. Second, Cluster observes a Stagnant Exterior Cusp (SEC), characterized by nearly isotropic and stagnant plasma. Finally, Cluster crosses a region with significant antifield-aligned flows. We suggest the observed SEC may be located on newly re-closed field lines, reconnected first poleward of the northern hemisphere cusp and later reconnected again poleward of the southern hemisphere cusp. We discuss how the Cluster observations correspond to expectations of {\textquoteright}double reconnection{\textquoteright} model.",
author = "Y.V. Bogdanova and A. Marchaudon and C.J. Owen and M.W. Dunlop and H.U. Frey and J.A. Wild and A.N. Fazakerley and B. Klecker and J.A. Davies and S.E. Milan and Karen Fletcher",
year = "2006",
month = jan,
language = "English",
note = "Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space ; Conference date: 01-01-1900",

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T1 - Mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: Cluster and SuperDARN observations

AU - Bogdanova, Y.V.

AU - Marchaudon, A.

AU - Owen, C.J.

AU - Dunlop, M.W.

AU - Frey, H.U.

AU - Wild, J.A.

AU - Fazakerley, A.N.

AU - Klecker, B.

AU - Davies, J.A.

AU - Milan, S.E.

A2 - Fletcher, Karen

PY - 2006/1

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N2 - On 16 March 2002, Cluster moved from nightside to dayside, across the high-altitude northern cusp during an extended period of relatively steady positive IMF BY and BZ. Combined Cluster and SuperDARN data imply the existence of two reconnection sites: in the high- latitude northern hemisphere dusk and southern hemisphere dawn sectors. Within the cusp, Cluster encounters 3 distinct plasma regions. First, injections of magnetosheath-like plasma associated with dawnward and sunward convection suggest Cluster crosses newly- reconnected field lines related to the dusk reconnection site. Second, Cluster observes a Stagnant Exterior Cusp (SEC), characterized by nearly isotropic and stagnant plasma. Finally, Cluster crosses a region with significant antifield-aligned flows. We suggest the observed SEC may be located on newly re-closed field lines, reconnected first poleward of the northern hemisphere cusp and later reconnected again poleward of the southern hemisphere cusp. We discuss how the Cluster observations correspond to expectations of ’double reconnection’ model.

AB - On 16 March 2002, Cluster moved from nightside to dayside, across the high-altitude northern cusp during an extended period of relatively steady positive IMF BY and BZ. Combined Cluster and SuperDARN data imply the existence of two reconnection sites: in the high- latitude northern hemisphere dusk and southern hemisphere dawn sectors. Within the cusp, Cluster encounters 3 distinct plasma regions. First, injections of magnetosheath-like plasma associated with dawnward and sunward convection suggest Cluster crosses newly- reconnected field lines related to the dusk reconnection site. Second, Cluster observes a Stagnant Exterior Cusp (SEC), characterized by nearly isotropic and stagnant plasma. Finally, Cluster crosses a region with significant antifield-aligned flows. We suggest the observed SEC may be located on newly re-closed field lines, reconnected first poleward of the northern hemisphere cusp and later reconnected again poleward of the southern hemisphere cusp. We discuss how the Cluster observations correspond to expectations of ’double reconnection’ model.

M3 - Other

T2 - Proceedings of the Cluster and Double Star Symposium: 5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space

Y2 - 1 January 1900

ER -