THEMIS Update and a Review of the Science Behind Magnetometer Signatures
By Laura Peticolas


2. Outline

3. Satellites Update

4. Ground-based Update

5. Earth’s magnetic fields

6. Magnetic Field Strength

7. Coordinate Systems

8. Geomagnetic (GEONS)

9. Compass-type (HDZ)

10. The GEONS Data

11. Earth’s Magnetic Field

12. Different Latitudes

13. Magnetosphere

14. Magnetosphere currents

15. Solar Wind (SW)

16. Effects of Ring Current on the Mag Data

17. Auroral Currents

18. Magnetic signatures of auroral substorms

19. Kp Index

20. Kp Index = 1

21. Kp Index = 7

22. Space Weather Effects

23. Storm and Substorms

24. THEMIS will determine which competing model is correct

25. Daytime (Sq) Currents

26. Ionosphere Effects

 
 
 
Compass-type (HDZ)
The compass-type coordinate
system describes the way the
magnetic field is pointing by
defining:
Ř H: the strength of the magnetic
field in the plane horizontal to
Earth’s surface (horizontal plane)
Ř D: the angle between
geographical north (X) and the
direction of the magnetic field in
the horizontal plane
Ř Z: the strength of the magnetic
field pointing down
Ř B: the strength of the total
magnetic field value
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