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    • Athabasca University Initiatives Supporting THEMIS 

      Connors, Martin; Hayashi, Kanji; Russell, Christopher T.; Shiokawa, Kazuo; Irwin, Rob; Rostoker, Gordon (2007-02-20)
      Since the installation of a UCLA ‘small’ magnetometer in 1998, Athabasca University has made great strides in installing infrastructure in Canada for space science, culminating with the recent expansion of Athabasca ...
    • Athabasca Winter Workshop Enrollment 

      Connors, Martin (2007-02-28)
      2007 Athabasca Winter Workshop info + form
    • Simultaneous ground and satellite observations of an isolated proton arc at subauroral latitudes 

      Sakaguchi, Kaori; Shiokawa, Kazuo; Ieda, Aki; Miyoshi, Y; Otsuka, Y; Ogawa, T; Connors, Martin; Donovan, Eric F.; Rich, F. J. (Journal of Geophysical Research, 2007)
      We observed an isolated proton arc at the Athabasca station MLAT: 62◦N) in Canada on 5 September, 2005, using a ground-based allsky imager at wavelengths of 557.7 nm, 630.0 nm, and 486.1 nm (Hβ). This arc is similar to ...
    • Space Physics: Aurora Borealis 

      Jaugey, Geraldine (2007-08-13)
      Cluster data was used to examine the magnetospheric boundary and more particularly the tail. Harris sheet fits were done in a dynamic fashion that allows flapping to be quantified.
    • Time Evolution of the Substorm Current Wedge from Ground and Space-based Magnetic Fields 

      Connors, Martin; Russell, Christopher T.; Donovan, Eric F.; Angelopoulos, Vassilis; Mende, Stephen B.; Glassmeier, Karl-Heinz; Hayashi, Kanji; Spanswick, Emma; McFadden, James (2007-10-05)
      Over the past several years, intensive efforts have resulted in a significant improvement in the ground instrumentation for auroral studies in North America. A major part of this is due to the THEMIS ground program, both ...

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