David Sibeck
David Sibeck
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Science objectives and rationale for the Radiation Belt Storm Probes mission
BH Mauk, NJ Fox, SG Kanekal, RL Kessel, DG Sibeck, A Ukhorskiy
Space Science Reviews 179 (1-4), 3-27, 2013
Tail reconnection triggering substorm onset
V Angelopoulos, JP McFadden, D Larson, CW Carlson, SB Mende, ...
Science 321 (5891), 931-935, 2008
Solar wind control of the magnetopause shape, location, and motion
DG Sibeck, RE Lopez, EC Roelof
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 96 (A4), 5489-5495, 1991
An ISEE 3 study of average and substorm conditions in the distant magnetotail
JA Slavin, EJ Smith, DG Sibeck, DN Baker, RD Zwickl, SI Akasofu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 90 (A11), 10875-10895, 1985
Magnetopause shape as a bivariate function of interplanetary magnetic field Bz and solar wind dynamic pressure
EC Roelof, DG Sibeck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 98 (A12), 21421-21450, 1993
Some low‐altitude cusp dependencies on the interplanetary magnetic field
PT Newell, CI Meng, DG Sibeck, R Lepping
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 94 (A7), 8921-8927, 1989
A model for the transient magnetospheric response to sudden solar wind dynamic pressure variations
DG Sibeck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 95 (A4), 3755-3771, 1990
The magnetospheric response to 8‐minute period strong‐amplitude upstream pressure variations
DG Sibeck, W Baumjohann, RC Elphic, DH Fairfield, JF Fennell, WB Gail, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 94 (A3), 2505-2519, 1989
Geodynamo, solar wind, and magnetopause 3.4 to 3.45 billion years ago
JA Tarduno, RD Cottrell, MK Watkeys, A Hofmann, PV Doubrovine, ...
science 327 (5970), 1238-1240, 2010
Upstream pressure variations associated with the bow shock and their effects on the magnetosphere
DH Fairfield, W Baumjohann, G Paschmann, H Lühr, DG Sibeck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 95 (A4), 3773-3786, 1990
Substorm associated traveling compression regions in the distant tail: ISEE‐3 Geotail observations
JA Slavin, EJ Smith, BT Tsurutani, DG Sibeck, HJ Singer, DN Baker, ...
Geophysical research letters 11 (7), 657-660, 1984
On the 3‐dimensional structure of plasmoids
WJ Hughes, DG Sibeck
Geophysical Research Letters 14 (6), 636-639, 1987
The link between shocks, turbulence, and magnetic reconnection in collisionless plasmas
H Karimabadi, V Roytershteyn, HX Vu, YA Omelchenko, J Scudder, ...
Physics of Plasmas 21 (6), 062308, 2014
First results from the THEMIS mission
V Angelopoulos, D Sibeck, CW Carlson, JP McFadden, D Larson, RP Lin, ...
Space Science Reviews 141 (1), 453-476, 2008
THEMIS science objectives and mission phases
DG Sibeck, V Angelopoulos
Space Science Reviews 141 (1), 35-59, 2008
Comprehensive study of the magnetospheric response to a hot flow anomaly
DG Sibeck, NL Borodkova, SJ Schwartz, CJ Owen, R Kessel, S Kokubun, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 104 (A3), 4577-4593, 1999
Solar wind dynamic pressure variations and transient magnetospheric signatures
DG Sibeck, W Baumjohann, RE Lopez
Geophysical research letters 16 (1), 13-16, 1989
Kp forecast models
S Wing, JR Johnson, J Jen, CI Meng, DG Sibeck, K Bechtold, J Freeman, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 110 (A4), 2005
Magnetic field drift shell splitting: Cause of unusual dayside particle pitch angle distributions during storms and substorms
DG Sibeck, RW McEntire, ATY Lui, RE Lopez, SM Krimigis
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 92 (A12), 13485-13497, 1987
Average configuration of the distant (<220 Re) magnetotail: Initial ISEE‐3 magnetic field results
JA Slavin, BT Tsurutani, EJ Smith, DE Jones, DG Sibeck
Geophysical research letters 10 (10), 973-976, 1983
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