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Advances in Geosciences is the results of a concerted attempt in bringing the newest effects and making plans actions regarding earth and house technology in Asia and the overseas enviornment. the amount editors are all top scientists of their learn fields masking six sections: Hydrological technological know-how (HS), Planetary technology (PS), sun Terrestrial (ST), reliable Earth (SE), Ocean technology (OS) and Atmospheric technology (AS). the most objective is to focus on the clinical concerns necessary to the learn of earthquakes, tsunamis, atmospheric airborne dirt and dust storms, weather switch, drought, flood, typhoons, monsoons, area climate, and planetary exploration.This quantity is abstracted in NASA's Astrophysics information method.
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Just suppose that these local conditions, for example, the plasma pressure in the magnetosphere, vary constantly. It would then be hopeless to ﬁnd some consistent features in small-scale auroral motions. It may not be completely unlikely that by now, we already know what we are supposed to know about largescale substorm phenomenology, although it is still extremely important to separate large-scale and small-scale phenomena in real-time observations, which are basically local measurements. 2. Macroscopic versus microscopic To fully solve the substorm problem, both microscopic and macroscopic processes must be accounted for together.
Out of 11 storms studied, ﬁve events were devoid of substorms when polar images were available. We call particular attention to the magnetic storms that occurred on January 10–11, 1997 and August 3–4, 1997, respectively. 1 mV/m for 3 h for the August event. These two events met the interplanetary criteria of Gonzalez and Tsurutani (Esw > 5 mV/m and T > 3 h). However, the peak Dst of these two storms were only − 78 and − 49 nT (the ram pressure corrected Dst or Dst∗ value was only slightly diﬀerent), breaking the one-to-one relationship between major interplanetary events and major magnetic storms (Dst < − 100 nT) mentioned earlier.