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Recent Progress in Physics-Based Models of the Plasmasphere

Bibliographic reference Pierrard, Viviane ; Goldstein, Jerry ; Jordanova, V.K. ; Lemaire, Joseph ; et. al. Recent Progress in Physics-Based Models of the Plasmasphere. In: Space Science Reviews, Vol. 145, p. 193–229 (2009)
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