On the Geoeffectiveness Structure of Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling Functions during Intense Storms,
Abstract The geoeffectiveness of some coupling functions for the Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Interaction had been studied. 58 storms with peak Dst < −100 nT were used. The result showed that the interplanetary magnetic field Bz appeared to be more relevant with the magnetic field B (which agreed with previous results). However, both the V (solar wind flow speed) and Bz factors in the...
B. Olufemi Adebesin, S. Oluwole Ikubanni, and J. Stephen Kayode
KAYODE JOHN » FULL NAME: KAYODE, John Stephen Department: Physics Programe: Geophysics E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Telephone: +234–803-3835077, +234-805-0986018 MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETIES Member, Society of Exploration Geophysics. Member, Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists Member, Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineering (Geosciences and Remote... view full profile
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