Wave-particle interactions in the outer radiation belts

Abstract : Data from the Van Allen Probes have provided the first extensive evidence of non-linear (as opposed to quasi-linear) wave-particle interactions in space, with the associated rapid (fraction of a bounce period) electron acceleration, to hundreds of keV by Landau resonance, in the parallel electric fields of time domain structures (TDS) and very oblique chorus waves. The experimental evidence, simulations, and theories of these processes are discussed.
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O. V., Agapitov, F. S., Mozer, A. V., Artemyev, D., Mourenas, V. V., Krasnoselskikh. Wave-particle interactions in the outer radiation belts. Advances in Astronomy and Space Physics, Kyivskyi Universytet (Ukraine), 2015, 5 (2), pp.68 - 74. ⟨insu-01351967⟩

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