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Influence of the convection electric field models on predicted plasmapause positions during magnetic storms

Bibliographic reference Pierrard, Viviane ; Khazanov, G. V. ; Cabrera Jamoulle, Juan ; Lemaire, Joseph. Influence of the convection electric field models on predicted plasmapause positions during magnetic storms. In: Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 113, no. A8 (2008)
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