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Annales Geophysicae An open-access journal of the European Geosciences Union
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Editors-in-chief:
Ioannis A.
 
Daglis
&
Christoph
 
Jacobi

Annales Geophysicae (ANGEO) is an international, multi- and inter-disciplinary scientific open-access journal in the field of solar–terrestrial physics. ANGEO publishes original articles and short communications (letters) in the sciences of the Sun–Earth system, including the science of space weather, the solar–terrestrial plasma physics, and the Earth's atmosphere.

News

Institutional agreement for ANGEO authors affiliated with the Leibniz Universität Hannover

11 Jan 2016

Copernicus Publications and the Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) in Hanover, Germany have signed an agreement on central billing of article processing charges.

Mike Pinnock steps down as editor-in-chief of Annales Geophysicae

15 Dec 2015

After more than 5 years of dedicated and efficient service to the journal and the scientific community, Mike Pinnock stepped down from his function as editor-in-chief of Annales Geophysicae.

Citable video publications for ANGEO authors

29 Oct 2015

In cooperation with the TIB|AV-Portal ANGEO authors can now add short, citable video abstracts and video supplements to their articles.

Recent articles


Highlight articles

This study presents an investigation on the occurrence of fast flows in the magnetotail using the complete available data set of the THEMIS spacecraft for the years 2007 to 2015. First, basic statistical findings concerning velocity distributions, occurrence rates, group structures and key features of 16 000 events are presented using Superposed Epoch and Minimum Variance Analysis techniques.

D. Frühauff and K.-H. Glassmeier

The method of electric field mapping along geomagnetic field lines, derived in an accompanying paper, is applied to the International Geomagnetic Reference Field. Formulae for the geomagnetic field gradient tensor are derived and these are used in a software package developed to map the electric field. A number of examples are presented illustrating the method. The method will be of importance in conjugate studies of ionospheric convection when the external magnetic field can be neglected.

A. D. M. Walker

This paper introduces a new method for mapping electric fields in the magnetosphere along geomagnetic field lines. This is important for conjugate studies of electric fields measured in the ionosphere by SuperDARN radars, and at spacecraft carrying electric field probes. First elementary methods in a dipole field are reviewed and then the theory of of a new method described for general magnetic field models. The method is tested in a dipole model with a Harris magnetotail field.

A. D. M. Walker and G. J. Sofko

Adaptive magnetospheric models based on THEMIS magnetic observations made at 6-9Re in the nightside magnetosphere are used to map the magnetically conjugate 30 and 80keV proton isotropy boundaries (IBs) to investigate the value of Kib=Rc/rc (magnetic curvature radius to particle gyroradius) in the neutral sheet at the IB generation place. For the most accurate mapping, the group Kib spread spans from 4 to 32; its median value is ~13, slightly larger than Kib8 expected for current sheet scatter.

V. A. Sergeev, I. A. Chernyaev, V. Angelopoulos, and N.Y. Ganushkina

This paper presents recent highlights from the Cluster mission on solar wind turbulence, magnetopause asymmetries and magnetosheath density enhancements, dipolarisation currents, reconnection variability, FTE in greatest detail, plasmaspheric wind and re-filling of the plasmasphere, radiation belts, updates of magnetospheric electric and magnetic field models, and magnetosheath and magnetopause properties under low Mach number. Public access to all high-resolution data (CSA) is also presented.

C.P. Escoubet, A. Masson, H. Laakso, and M.L. Goldstein

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