Table of Contents:
  • The magnetospheric and ionospheric response to solar wind dynamic pressure variations / D G Sibeck
  • Numerical simulations on the magnetopause current layer / H Okuda
  • Role of small scale processes in global plasma modelling / G Ganguli, Y C Lee, P J Palmadesso
  • Modeling of the quasi-steady magnetotail / Joachim Birn, Karl Schindler
  • Plasma transport in the Earth's magnetotail / A T Y Lui
  • Progress in the study of three-dimensional plasmoids / Michael Hesse, Joachim Birn
  • Particle orbits in magnetospheric current sheets: accelerated flows, neutral line signature, and transitions to chaos / T W Speiser, PB Dusenbery, RF Martin, DJ Williams
  • Merging and the single particle / T E Moore, D C Delcourt
  • EIC waves, double layers, and solitary waves in the auroral acceleration region / David Tetreault
  • Particle simulation of the interaction between kinetic Alfvén waves and double layers / Niels F Otani, Perry C Gray, Mary K Hudson
  • Effect of a sudden impulse in electron temperature on the polar wind: a time-dependent semi-kinetic model / CW Ho, J L Horwitz, G R Wilson
  • Two-spacecraft charged particle observations interpreted in terms of electrostatic potential drops along polar cap field lines / CJ Pollock, C R Chappell, J L Horwitz, J D Winningham
  • Electron density and temperature in the cusp and polar cap regions: contributions from the wave and particle experiments on Viking / P M E Décréau, S Perraut, H De Féraudy, L Matson, O Randriamboarison
  • Modeling of the structure of long-period ULF waves using energetic particle observations / Kazue Takahashi
  • The electrostatic drift wave in the inner magnetosphere / T S Huang
  • Ring current 0 interaction with PC 5 micropulsations / S Qian, M K Hudson, I Roth
  • An early-stage plasmasphere refilling model based on a kinetic approach with trapping due to ion heating and pitch-angle scattering / J Lin, J L Horwitz, G R Wilson, C W Ho
  • Modelling of plasmaspheric flows with an equatorial heat source for electrons / S M Guiter, T I Gombosi
  • O, H, and He densities from the 200-1600 km altitude ionosphere at Arecibo: a comparison of theory and measurement / P G Richards, D G Torr, K L Miller
  • A study of the statistical behavior of ion temperatures from De 1 / RIMS / P D Craven, R H Comfort, D L Gallagher, R West.