Volume 20, Issues 4-5

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Section 1. IASTP Missions and Programs

Section 2. The Solar Wind and Heliosphere

Section 3. Upstream Waves


Section 4. Bow Shock

Section 5. Magnetosheath

Section 6. Magnetopause, Boundary Layer, and Cusp

Section 7. Magnetospheric Dynamics and the Sun-Earth Connection

Section 8. Magnetotail and Plasma Sheet


Section 9. Remote Sensing and Auroral Processes

Section 10. Instrumentation and Techniques

Section 1. IASTP Missions and Programs
IASTP and Solar-Terrestrial Physics

    D.N. Baker and R. Carovillano

531-538
The GEOTAIL Mission: Principal Characteristics and Scientific Results

    A. Nishida, T. Yamamoto, and T. Mukai

539-548
INTERBALL - Dual Probe and Dual Mission

    L.M. Zelenyi, P. Triska, and A.A. Petrukovich

549-557
The WIND Spacecraft and its Early Scientific Results

    K.W. Ogilvie and M.D. Desch

559-568
POLAR - From the Top Down

    R.A. Hoffman

569-573
Phoenix and Cluster II - Towards a Recovery from the Loss of Cluster

    R. Schmidt, C.P. Escoubet, and M.L. Goldstein

575-579
SOHO - Its Day in the Sun

    V. Domingo

581-594
Additional Spacecraft Data Sources Contributing to the ISTP Program

    J.H. King

595-608
Ground-Based Supporting Programmes for the IASTP

    H.J. Opgenoorth

609-620
Section 2. The Solar Wind and Heliosphere
IACG Campaign III: Solar Events and their Manifestation in Interplanetary Space and in Geospace

    R.A. Harrison

623-629
The IACG Campaign IV: Solar Sources of Heliospheric Structure Observed out of the Ecliptic

    A.B. Galvin and H.S. Hudson

631-640
Particle Acceleration at the Interplanetary Shock Ahead of a Large Magnetic Cloud on October 18, 1995: GEOTAIL-WIND Collaboration

    T. Terasawa, N. Shimada, K. Tsubouchi, M. Hoshino, T. Mukai, Y. Saito, T. Yamamoto, A. Nishida, S. Machida, S. Kokubun, H. Matsumoto, H. Kojima, T.R. Sanderson, A.J. Lazarus, J.T. Steinberg and R.P. Lepping

641-644
Observations of the Solar Wind, the Bow Shock and Upstream Particles with the WIND 3D Plasma Instrument

    R.P. Lin, D.E. Larson, R.E. Ergun, J.P. McFadden, C.W. Carlson, T.D. Phan, S. Ashford, K.A. Anderson, M. McCarthy, R. Skoug, G.K. Parks, H. Rème, J.M. Bosqued, C. d'Uston, T.R. Sanderson and K-P. Wenzel

645-654
Using Energetic Electrons to Probe the Topology of the October 18-20, 1995 Magnetic Cloud

    D.E. Larson, R.P. Lin, R.E. Ergun, J.M. McTiernan, J.P. McFadden, C.W. Carlson, K.A. Anderson, M. McCarthy, G.K. Parks, H. Rème, T.R. Sanderson, M. Kaiser and R.P. Lepping

655-658
Multipoint Study of the Solar Wind: INTERBALL Contribution to the Topic

    Z. Nemecek, J. Safránková, G. Zastenker, and P. Tíska

659-670
Section 3. Upstream Waves
What Do We Really Know about Upstream Waves?

    D. Burgess

673-682
Plasma Waves in the Upstream and Bow Shock Regions Observed by GEOTAIL

    H. Matsumoto, H. Kojima, Y. Kasaba, T. Miyake, R.R. Anderson, and T. Mukai

683-693
Langmuir Wave Amplitudes and the Electron Distribution Function near the Solar Wind-Foreshock Boundary

    S.D. Bale, G. Chisham, D. Burgess and S.J. Schwartz

695-698
GEOTAIL Observations of 2fp Emission around the Terrestrial Electron Foreshock

    Y. Kasaba, H. Matsumoto, and R.R. Anderson

699-702
WIND Observation of Gyrating-Like Ion Distributions and Low-Frequency Waves Upstream from the Earth's Bow Shock

    K. Meziane, C. Mazelle, C. d'Uston, H. Rème, R.P. Lin, C.W. Carlson, D. Larson, J.P. McFadden, R.E. Ergun, K.A. Anderson, G.K. Parks, D. Berdichevsky, and R.P. Lepping

703-706
Kinetic Theory Mode Properties: Application to Low-Frequency Waves in the Ion Foreshock

    X. Blanco-Cano and S.J. Schwartz

707-711
Section 4. Bow Shock
What Do We Really Know about Collisionless Shocks?

    N.A. Krall

715-724
Bow Shock Expansion Caused by the Magnetic Cloud Passage on October 18, 1995

    K. Tsubouchi, T. Terasawa, N. Shimada, T. Mukai, Y. Saito, T. Yamamoto, A. Nishida, S. Machida, S. Kokubun, H. Matsumoto, H. Kojima, A.J. Lazarus, J.T. Steinberg, and R.P. Lepping

725-728
Nonstationarity and Low-Frequency Turbulence at a Quasiperpendicular Shock Front

    M.A. Balikhin, S.N. Walker, T. Dudok de Wit, H.St.C.K. Alleyne, L.J.C. Woolliscroft, W.A.C. Mier-Jedrzejowicz, and W. Baumjohann

729-734
Observations of the Fine Structure of Ion Distribution Function at the Bow Shock

    V.N. Smirnov, O.L. Vaisberg, L.A. Avanov, A.A. Petrukovich, A.A. Skalsky, J.L. Burch, and J.H. Waite, Jr.

735-739
Section 5. Magnetosheath
Investigations of Hydrodynamic and Magnetohydrodynamic Equations across the Bow Shock and along the Outer Edge of Planetary Obstacles

    S.M. Petrinec and C.T. Russell

743-746
What Do We Really Know about the Magnetosheath?

    P. Song and C.T. Russell

747-765
GEOTAIL Observations of Magnetosheath Flow Properties, with Simultaneous Observations of the Solar Wind by the WIND Spacecraft

    S.M. Petrinec, T. Mukai, A. Nishida, T. Yamamoto, T.K. Nakamura, and S. Kokubun

767-776
Section 6. Magnetopause, Boundary Layer, and Cusp
GEOTAIL Observation at the Dayside Magnetopause - Confirmation of Reconnection Events

    M. Nakamura, M. Fujimoto, H. Kawano, T. Mukai, Y. Saito, T. Yamamoto, K. Tsuruda, T. Terasawa, and S. Kokubun

779-788
INTERBALL Observations of the Dayside Magnetopause

    O.L. Vaisberg, L.A. Avanov, V.N. Smirnov, J.L. Burch, J.H. Waite, Jr., A.A. Petrukovich, and A.A. Skalsky

789-800
Two-Point Observation of Magnetopause Motion: The INTERBALL Project

    J. Safránková, Z. Nemecek, L. Prech, G. Zastenker, A. Fedorov, S. Romanov, D. Sibeck, and J. Simunek

801-807
The Low-Latitude Flank Magnetosheath, Magnetopause and Boundary Layer: WIND Observations

    T.D. Phan, D. Larson, M. Moyer, J.P. McFadden, R.P. Lin, C.W. Carlson, M. McCarthy, G.K. Parks, H. Rème, T.R. Sanderson, R. Lepping, and K.I. Paularena

809-812
A GEOTAIL Observation of the Low-Latitude Boundary Layer

    M. Fujimoto, T. Mukai, H. Kawano, M. Nakamura, A. Nishida, Y. Saito, T. Yamamoto, and S. Kokubun

813-822
Cusp and Boundary Layer Observations by INTERBALL

    I. Sandahl, R. Lundin, M. Yamauchi, U. Eklund, J. Safránková, Z. Nemecek, K. Kudela, R.P. Lepping, R.P. Lin, V.N. Lutsenko, and J-A. Sauvaud

823-832
Initial Results from the POLAR Magnetic Fields Investigation

    C. T. Russell, G. Le, X-W. Zhou, P.H. Reiff, J.G. Luhmann, C.A. Cattell, R.L. McPherron, and M. Ashour-Abdalla

833-839
Initial TIMAS Observations of Ion Conic Heating in the Cusp

    E.G. Shelley, H. Balsiger, J.L. Burch, C.W. Carlson, H.L. Collin, J.F. Drake, J. Geiss, A.G. Chielmetti, A. Johnstone, O.W. Lennartsson, G. Paschmann, W.K. Peterson, H. Rosenbauer, D.M. Walton, B.A. Whalen, and D.T. Young

841-844
Comparison of Lunar and Terrestrial Ion Measurements Obtained by WIND and GEOTAIL Spacecraft Outside and Inside of the Earth's Magnetosphere

    E. Kirsch, B. Wilken, G. Gloeckler, A.B. Galvin, U. Mall, and D. Hovestadt

845-849
Energetic Particles in the Vicinity of the Dawn Magnetopause

    Z. Nemecek, J. Safránková, O. Santolík, K. Kudela, and E.T. Sarris

851-856
Statistical Study on Electron Cyclotron Harmonic Waves Observed in the Dayside Magnetosphere

    H. Usui, J. Koizumi, and H. Matsumoto

857-860
Section 7. Magnetospheric Dynamics and the Sun-Earth Connection
Ground Observations of Dayside Small-Scale Dynamic Features

    T. Moretto and E. Friis-Christensen

863-872
Incoherent Scatter Radar Observations Related to Magnetospheric Dynamics

    S.W.H. Cowley and M. Lockwood

873-882
Testing Substorm Theories: The Need for Multipoint Observations

    M. Lockwood

883-894
Mapping Ionospheric Substorm Response

    D.J. Knipp and B.A. Emery

895-905
What Do We Really Know about Solar Wind Coupling?

    J. G. Luhmann

907-911
What Do We Really Know about the Sun-Climate Connection?

    E. Friis-Christensen and H. Svensmark

913-921
Fields and Flows at GEOTAIL during a Moderate Storm

    R.L. McPherron, R. Nakamura, S. Kokubun, Y. Kamide, K. Shiokawa, K. Yumoto, T. Mukai, Y. Saito, K. Hayashi, T. Nagai, S. Ables, D.N. Baker, E. Friis-Christensen, B. Fraser, T. Hughes, G. Reeves, and H. Singer

923-931
First Observations by the CEPPAD Imaging Proton Spectrometer aboard POLAR

    H.E. Spence and J.B. Blake

933-936
Section 8. Magnetotail and Plasma Sheet
IACG Campaign I Summary Report: Initial Results

    T. Mukai and L.M. Zelenyi

939-948
Structure of the Distant Magnetotail and its Dependence on the IMF By Component: GEOTAIL Observations

    K. Maezawa, T. Hori, T. Mukai, Y Saito, T. Yamamoto, S. Kokubun, and A. Nishida

949-959
Substorms, Tail Flows, and Plasmoids

    T. Nagai, R. Nakamura, T. Mukai, T. Yamamoto, A. Nishida, and S. Kokubun

961-971
Origin of Hot and High-Speed Plasmas in Plasma Sheet: Plasma Acceleration and Heating due to Slow Shocks

    M. Hoshino, Y. Saito, T. Mukai, A. Nishida, S. Kokubun, and T. Yamamoto

973-982
INTERBALL Observations of the Plasma Sheet

    Yu. I. Yermolaev

983-991
Two-Point Measurement of Hot Plasma Structures in the Magnetotail Lobes

    O. Santolík, J. Safránková, Z. Nemecek, J-A. Sauvaud, A. Fedorov, and G. Zastenker

993-997
INTERBALL Magnetotail Boundary Case Studies

    S.P. Savin, O. Balan, N. Borodkova, E. Budnik, N. Nikolaeva, V. Prokhorenko, T. Pulkkinen, N. Rybjeva, J. Safránková, I. Sandahl, E. Amata, U. Auster, G. Bellucci, A. Blagau, J. Blecki, J. Büchner, M. Ciobanu, E. Dubinin, Yu. Yermolaev, M. Echim, A. Fedorov, V. Formisano, R. Grard, V.Ivchenko, F. Jiricek, J. Juchniewicz, S. Klimov, V. Korepanov, H. Koskinen, K. Kudela, R. Lundin, V. Lutsenko, O. Marghitu, Z. Nemecek, B. Nikutowski, M. Nozdrachev, S. Orsini, M. Parrot, A. Petrukovich, N. Pissarenko, S. Romanov, J. Rauch, J. Rustenbach, J-A. Sauvaud, E.T. Sarris, A. Skalsky, J. Smilauer, P. Triska, J.G. Trotignon, J. Vojta, G. Zastenker, L. Zelenyi, Yu. Agafonov, V. Grushin, V. Khrapchenkov, L. Prech, and O. Santolik

999-1015
Flux Ropes in the Magnetotail: Consequences for Ion Populations

    R.L. Richard, R.J. Walker, T. Ogino, and M. Ashour-Abdalla

1017-1021
Section 9. Remote Sensing and Auroral Processes
What Do We Really Know about Auroral Acceleration?

    M. Temerin

1025-1035
Auroral Observations by the POLAR Ultraviolet Imager UVI

    M. Brittnacher, J. Spann, G. Parks, and G. Germany

1037-1042
X-Ray Imaging of the Aurora

    J. Stadsnes, K. Aarsnes, and J. Bjordal

1043-1054
Energetic Neutral Atom Imaging by the Astrid Microsatellite

    S. Barabash, P. C:son Brandt, O. Norberg, R. Lundin, E.C. Roelof, C.J. Chase, B.H. Mauk, and H. Koskinen

1055-1060
ENA Imaging from the Swedish Micro Satellite Astrid during the Magnetic Storm of 8 February 1995

    P.C:son Brandt, S. Barabash, O. Norberg, R. Lundin, E.C. Roelof, C.J. Chase, B.H. Mauk, and M. Thomsen

1061-1066
Magnetospheric Resonance, Auroral Structure, and Multipoint Measurements

    W. Lotko and A.V. Streltsov

1067-1073
ISTP: Relativistic Particle Acceleration and Global Energy Transport

    D.N. Baker, H.E. Spence, and J.B. Blake

1075-1080
Section 10. Instrumentation and Techniques
Estimation of Electron Density of Ionospheric Plasma Using Wave, Impedance and Topside Sounder Data

    A. Kiraga, Z. Klos, H. Rothkaehl, Z. Zbyszynski, V.N. Oraevsky, S.A. Pulinets, and I.S. Prutenski

1083-1095
Magnetospheric Geomagnetic Coordinates for Space Physics Data Presentation and Visualization

    V.O. Papitashvili, N.E. Papitashvili, and J.H. King

1097-1100
Merging 4 Spacecraft Data: Concepts Used for Analysing Discontinuities

    M.W. Dunlop, T.I. Woodward, D.J. Southwood, K.-H. Glassmeier, and R. Elphic

1101-1106