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Characteristics of flux-time profiles, temporal evolution, and spatial distribution of radiation-belt electron precipitation bursts in the upper ionosphere before great and giant earthquakes
The analysis of energetic electron observations made by the DEMETER satellite reveals that radiation belt electron precipitation (RBEP) bursts are observed in general several (~1-6 days) before a large (M > 6.5) earthquake ...
Energy time dispersion of a new class of magnetospheric ion events observed near the Earth's bow shock
We have analyzed high time resolution (\geq6 s) data during the onset and the decay phase of several energetic (\geq35 keV) ion events observed near the Earth's bow shock by the CCE/AMPTE and IMP-7/8 spacecraft, during ...
Characteristics of >= 290 keV magnetosheath ions
We performed a statistical analysis of 290-500 keV ion data obtained by IMP-8 during the years 1982-1988 within the earth's magnetosheath and analysed in detail some time periods withdistinct ion bursts. These studies ...
Spatial distribution of upstream magnetospheric ³50 keV ions
We present for the first time a statistical study of >=50keV ion events of a magnetospheric origin upstream from Earth's bow shock. The statistical analysis of the 50-220 keV ion events observed by the IMP-8 spacecraft ...
Enhanced ULF radiation observed by DEMETER two months around the strong 2010 Haiti earthquake
In this paper we study the energy of ULF electromagnetic waves that were recorded by the satellite DEMETER, during its passing over Haiti before and after a destructive earthquake. This earthquake occurred on 12 January ...