C. T. Russell's Bibliography - 1997

  1. Zhou X-W. and C. T. Russell, The location of the high-latitude polar cusp and the shape of the surrounding magnetopause, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 105-110, 1997. (Reprint)
  2. Chun, F. K., and C. T. Russell, Field-aligned currents in the inner magnetosphere: Control by geomagnetic activity, J. Geophys. Res., 102 , 2261-2270, 1997. (Reprint)
  3. Russell, C. T., F. Bagenal, A. F. Cheng, W-H. Ip, A. Roux, W. H. Smyth, S. J. Bolton and C. A. Polanskey, Io's interaction with the Jovian magnetosphere, EoS, Transactions, AGU, 78, p.93 & 100, 1997. (Reprint)
  4. Escoubet, C. P., C. T. Russell and R. Schmidt (editors), The Cluster and Phoenix Missions, 658pp, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1997. (See also Space Science Reviews, 79, 1-5, 1997). (Reprint)
  5. Petrinec, S. M., and C. T. Russell, Hydrodynamic and MHD equations across the bowshock and along the surfaces of planetary obstacles, Space Sci. Reviews, 79, 757-791,1997. (Reprint, PDF)
  6. Pulkkinen, T. I., D. N. Baker, N. E. Turner, H. J. Singer, L. A. Frank, J. B. Sigwarth, J.Scudder, R. Anderson, S. Kokubun, R. Nakamura, T. Mukai, J. B. Blake, C. T. Russell, H. Kawano, F. Mozer and J. A. Slavin, Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling during an isolated substorm event: A multispacecraft ISTP study, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 983-986, 1997. (Reprint)
  7. Shue, J.­H., J. K. Chao, H. C. Fu, C. T. Russell, P. Song, K. K. Khurana and H. J. Singer, A new functional form to study the solar wind control of the magnetopause size and shape, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 9497-9511, 1997. (Reprint)
  8. Nakai, H, Y. Kamide, and C. T. Russell, Statistical nature of the magnetotail current in the near-Earth region, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 9573-9586, 1997. (Reprint)
  9. Khurana, K. K., M. G. Kivelson, C. T. Russell, R. J. Walker and D. J. Southwood, Absence of an internal magnetic field at Callisto, Nature, 387, 262-264, 1997. (Reprint)
  10. Kivelson, M. G., K. K. Khurana, S. Joy, C. T. Russell, D. J. Southwood, R. J. Walker and C. Polanskey, Europa's magnetic signature: report from Galileo's pass on 19 December, 1996, Science, 276, 1239-1241, 1997. (Reprint)
  11. Kawano, H., and C. T. Russell, Survey of flux transfer events observed with the ISEE 1 spacecraft: Dependence on the interplanetary magnetic field, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 11,307-11,313, 1997. (Reprint)
  12. Newbury, J. A., C. T. Russell and G. M. Lindsay, Solar wind polytropic index in the vicinity of stream interactions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1431-1434, 1997. (Reprint)
  13. Russell, C. T., S. M. Petrinec, T. L. Zhang, P. Song and H. Kawano, The effect of foreshock on the motion of the dayside magnetopause, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1439­1441, 1997. (Reprint)
  14. Zhou, X. W., C. T. Russell, G. Le and N. Tsyganenko, Comparisons of observed and model magnetic fields at high altitudes above the polar cap: POLAR initial results, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1451­1454, 1997. (Reprint)
  15. Russell, C. T., X. W. Zhou, G. Le, P. H. Reiff, J. G. Luhmann, C. A. Cattell and H. Kawano, Field aligned currents in the high latitude, high altitude magnetosphere: POLAR initial results, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1455-1458, 1997. (Reprint)
  16. Kawano, H., G. Le, C. T. Russell, G. Rostoker, T. Mukai and H. Spence, Initial POLAR MFE observation of substorm signatures in the polar magnetosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1459-1462, 1997. (Reprint)
  17. Zhou, X.-Y., C. T. Russell, J. T. Gosling and D. G. Mitchell, Three spacecraft observations of the geomagnetic tail during moderately disturbed conditions: Structure and evolution of the current sheet, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 14,415-14,424, 1997. (Reprint)
  18. Zhou, X.-Y., C. T. Russell and D. G. Mitchell, Three spacecraft observations of the geomagnetic tail during moderately disturbed conditions: Global perspective, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 14,425-14,438, 1997. (Reprint)
  19. Russell, C. T., T. Mulligan, M. Delva, T. L. Zhang and K. Schwingenschuh, Reply to "Comment on 'A simple test of the induced nature of the Martian tail' by C. T. Russell et al., by P. L. Israelevich, Planet Space Science, 45, 749-749, 1997. (Reprint)
  20. Russell, C. T., G. Le, H. Kawano, S. M. Petrinec and T. L. Zhang, Intrinsic time scale for reconnection on the dayside magnetopause, Adv. Space Res., 19(12), 1913-1917, 1997. (Reprint)
  21. Zhang, T. L., H. Zhao, C. T. Russell, S. M. Petrinec, K. Schwingenschuh and W. Riedler, Dayside reconnection during imf northward: A possible foreshock effect, Adv. Space Res.,19(12), 1943-1946, 1997. (Reprint, PDF)
  22. Simpson, R. A., C. T. Russell and R. W. Fairbridge, Alfvén, Hannes Olof Gösta (1908-1995), and Alfvén wave, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 11, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  23. Russell, C. T., and J. G. Luhmann, Earth: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 208-211, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  24. Russell, C. T., and J. G. Luhmann, Jupiter: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 372-373, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  25. Luhmann, J. G., and C. T. Russell, Mars: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J.H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 454-456, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  26. Farris, M. H., and C. T. Russell, Maxwell theory, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 468-469, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  27. Russell C. T., and J. G. Luhmann, Mercury: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 476-478, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  28. Russell, C. T., and J. G. Luhmann, Neptune: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 532, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  29. Russell, C. T., and J. G. Luhmann, Saturn: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 718-719, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  30. Russell, C. T., and J. G. Luhmann, Uranus: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 863-864, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  31. Luhmann, J. G., and C. T. Russell, Venus: Magnetic field and magnetosphere, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, edited by J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, 905-907, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997. (Reprint)
  32. Zhang, T. L., K. Schwingenschuh, W. Riedler, G. Kotova, M. Verigin, M. Tatrallyay and C. T. Russell, Solar wind deceleration at Mars and Earth: A comparison, Adv. Space Res. 20(2), 133-136, 1997. (Reprint, PDF)
  33. Kivelson, M. G., K. K. Khurana, C. T. Russell, R. J. Walker, P. J. Coleman, F. V. Coroniti, J. Green, S. Joy, R. L. McPherron, C. Polanskey, D. J. Southwood, L. Bennett, J. Warnecke and D. E. Huddleston, Galileo at Jupiter: Changing states of the magnetosphere and first looks at Io and Ganymede, Adv. Space Res. 20(2), 193-204, 1997. (Reprint)
  34. Newbury, J. A., C. T. Russell and M. Gedalin, The determination of shock ramp width using the noncoplanar magnetic field component, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1975-1978, 1997. (Reprint)
  35. Russell, C. T., and D. E. Huddleston, Predicting the strength of the ring current, Adv. Space Res., 20, 327-334, 1997. (Reprint)
  36. Strangeway, R. J., T. C. Meseroll and C. T. Russell, The variability of magnetic field perturbations and IMF control of field-aligned currents in the inner magnetosphere, Adv. Space Res., 20, 469-472, 1997. (Reprint, PDF)
  37. Korotova, G. I., D. G. Sibeck, T. J. Rosenberg, C. T. Russell and E. Friis-Christensen, High-latitude ionospheric transient events in a global context, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 17,499-17,508, 1997. (Reprint)
  38. Kivelson, M. G., K. K. Khurana, C. T. Russell and R. J. Walker, Intermittent short-duration magnetic field anomalies in the Io torus: Evidence for plasma interchange, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2127-2130, 1997. (Reprint)
  39. Warnecke, J., M. G. Kivelson, K. K. Khurana, D. E. Huddleston and C. T. Russell, Ion cyclotron waves observed at Galileo's Io encounter: Implications for neutral cloud distribution and plasma composition, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2139-2142, 1997. (Reprint)
  40. Huddleston, D. E., R. J. Strangeway, J. Warnecke, C. T. Russell, M. G. Kivelson and F.Bagenal, Ion cyclotron waves in the Io torus during the Galileo encounter: Warm plasma dispersion analysis, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2143-2146, 1997. (Reprint)
  41. Kivelson, M. G., K. K. Khurana, F. V. Coroniti, S. Joy, C. T. Russell, R. J. Walker, J.Warnecke, L. Bennett and C. Polanskey, The magnetic field and magnetosphere of Ganymede, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2155-2158, 1997. (Reprint)
  42. Russell, C. T. (editor), Results of the IASTP Program (597 pp), Adv. Space Res., 20, 4/5, 525-528, 1997.(Reprint)
  43. Petrinec, S. M., and C. T. Russell, Investigations of hydrodynamic and magneto-hydrodynamic equations across the bow shock and along the outer edge of planetary obstacles, Adv. Space Res., 20(4/5), 743-746, 1997. (Reprint)
  44. Song, P., and C. T. Russell, What do we really know about the magnetosheath? Adv. Space Res., 20(4/5), 747-765, 1997. (Reprint, PDF)
  45. Russell, C. T., G. Le, X-W. Zhou, P. H. Reiff, J. G. Luhmann, C. A. Cattell, R. L.McPherron and M. Ashour-Abdalla, Initial results from the POLAR Magnetic Fields Investigation, Adv. Space Res., 20(4/5), 833-839, 1997. (Reprint)
  46. Khurana, K. K., M. G. Kivelson and C. T. Russell, Interaction of Io with its torus: Does Io have an internal magnetic field? Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2391-2394, 1997. (Reprint)
  47. Fedder, J. A., S. P. Slinker, J. G. Lyon, C. T. Russell, F. R. Fenrich and J. G. Luhmann, A first comparison of POLAR magnetic field measurements and magnetohydrodynamic simulation results for field-aligned currents, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2491-2494, 1997.(Reprint)
  48. AcuŻa, M. H., C. T. Russell, L. J. Zanetti and B. J. Anderson, The NEAR magnetic field investigation: Science objectives at asteroid Eros 433 and experimental approach, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 23,751-23,759, 1997.(Reprint)
  49. Huddleston, D. E., C. T. Russell, G. Le and A. Szabo, Magnetopause structure and the role of reconnection at the outer planets, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 24,289-24,302, 1997. (Reprint)
  50. Kawano, H., and C. T. Russell, Cause of postterminator flux transfer events, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 27,029-27,038, 1997. (Reprint)
  51. Donahue, T. M., and C. T. Russell, The Venus atmosphere and ionosphere and their interaction with the solar wind: an overview, editors S. W. Bougher, D. M. Hunten, and R. J. Phillips, in Venus II Geology, Geophysics, Atmosphere, and Solar Wind Environment, 3-31, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1997. (Reprint)
  52. Zuelsdorf, R. S., R. J. Strangeway, C. T. Russell, C. Casler, H. J. Christian and R. C. Franz, Trans-Ionospheric pulse pairs (TIPPs): Their geographic distributions and seasonal variations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 3165-3168, 1997. (Reprint)
  53. Russell, C. T. (Editor), The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous Mission, 308pp, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997. (Reprint)
  54. Russell, C. T. (Editor), "Solar Wind Eight", edited by D. Winterhalter, J. T. Gosling, S. R. Habbal, W. S. Kurth and M. Neugebauer, Space Sci. Rev., 82, 474, 1997. (Reprint)

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