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Publications of W.K. Peterson

  1. Measurements of Energy and Angular Distributions of Secondary Electrons Produced by Electron Impact Ionization of Helium, W.K. Peterson, Thesis, Department of Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1971 (JILA Thesis #33).
  2. Measurements of Secondary-Electron Spectra Produced by Electron Impact Ionization of a Number of Simple Gases, C.B. Opal, W.K. Peterson, and E.C. Beaty, J. Chem. Phys. 55, 4100, 1971.
  3. Energy Distributions of Electrons Ejected in Ionizing Collisions of Electrons withHelium, W.K. Peterson, C.B. Opal, and E. C. Beaty, J. Phys. B: Atom. Molec. Phys., 4, 1020, 1971.
  4. Tables of Energy and Angular Distributions of Electrons Ejected from Simple Gasses by Electron Impact, C.B. Opal, E.C. Beaty, and W.K. Peterson, JILA Report No. 108, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1971.
  5. Measurements of Energy and Angular Distributions of Secondary Electrons Produced in Electron-Impact Ionization of Helium, W.K. Peterson, E.C. Beaty, and C.B. Opal, Phys. Rev. A, 5, 712, 1972.
  6. Tables of Secondary-Electron-Production Cross Sections, C.B. Opal, E.C. Beaty, and W.K. Peterson, Atomic Data, 4, 209, 1972.
  7. Prototype Polarized-Electron source through Electron-Hydrogen Spin Exchange with Teflon Containment of Hydrogen and a Longitudinal Magnetic Trap, Raymond Krisciokaitis-Krisst, and W.K. Peterson, Nucl. Instr. Method., 118, 157, 1974.
  8. An Auroral F-Region Study using in situ Measurements by the Atmosphere Explorer -C Satellite, Marsha R. Torr, D.G. Torr, R.A. Hoffman, W.B. Hanson, J.H. Hoffman, W.K.Peterson, and J.C.G. Walker, Planet. Space Sci, 23, 1669, 1975.
  9. Measurement of Low-Energy Electrons in the Day Airglow and Day Side Auroral Zone from Atmosphere Explorer C, J.P. Doering, W.K. Peterson, C.O. Bostrom, and J.C. Armstrong, J. Geophys. Res. 80, 3934, 1975.
  10. High Resolution Daytime Photoelectron Energy Spectra from AE-E, J.P. Doering, W.K. Peterson, C.O. Bostrom, and T.A. Potemra, Geophys. Res. Lett. 3, 129, 1976.
  11. Characteristic Energy Spectra of 1-500 eV Electrons Observed in the High-Latitude Ionosphere from Atmosphere Explorer C, J.P. Doering, T.A. Potemra, W.K. Peterson, and C.O. Bostrom, J. Geophys. Res. 81, 5507, 1976.
  12. Observations of 10-eV to 25-keV Electrons in Steady Diffuse Aurora from Atmosphere Explorer C and D, W.K. Peterson, J.P. Doering, T.A. Potemra, R.W. McEntire, C.O. Bostrom, R.A. Hoffman, R.W. Janetzke, and J.L. Burch, J. Geophys. Res, 82, p43, 1977.
  13. High Resolution Electron Energy Spectra in an Active Aurora at the Onset of the Magnetic Storm of March 26, 1976, D.A. Edmonson, W.K. Peterson, J.P. Doering, and P.D. Feldman, Geophys. Res. Lett. 4, p75, 1977.
  14. Conjugate Photoelectron Fluxes Observed on Atmosphere Explorer C, W.K. Peterson, J.P. Doering, T.A. Potemra, R.W. McEntire, and C.O. Bostrom, Geophys. Res. Lett. 4, p109, 1977.
  15. Coordinated Rocket and Satellite Measurements of an Auroral Event 1: Satellite Observations and Analysis, M.H. Rees, A.I. Stewart, W.E. Sharp, P.B. Hays, R.A. Hoffman, L.H. Brace, J.P. Doering, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res. 82, p. 2250, 1977.
  16. Measurement of Magnetic Field Aligned Potential Differences using High Resolution Conjugate Photoelectron Energy Spectra, W.K. Peterson, J.P. Doering, T.A. Potemra, C.O. Bostrom, L.H. Brace, R.A. Heelis, and W.B. Hanson, Geophys. Res. Lett 4, p373, 1977.
  17. Comparison Between Calculated and Measured Photoelectron Fluxes from Atmosphere Explorer C and E, A.F. Nagy, J.P. Doering, W.K. Peterson, M.R. Torr, and P.M. Banks, J. Geophys. Res. 82, p5099, 1977.
  18. Characteristics of 1-500 eV Electrons Observed in the Earth’s Thermosphere from the Photoelectron Spectrometer Experiment on the Atmosphere Explorer Satellites, W.K. Peterson, J.P. Doering, T.A. Potemra, and C.O. Bostrom, in Dynamical and Chemical Coupling, B. Grandal and J. Holtet(eds.) D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland p.353, 1977.
  19. Low-Energy Particle Observations in the Quiet Dayside Cusp from AE-C and AE-D, T.A. Potemra, W.K. Peterson, J.P. Doering, C.O. Bostrom, R.W. McEntire, and R.A. Hoffman, J. Geophys. Res. 82, 4765, 1977.
  20. AE-C Observations of Low-Energy Particles and Ionospheric Temperatures in the Turbulent Polar Cusp: Evidence for the Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability, T.A. Potemra, J.P. Doering, W.K. Peterson, C.O. Bostrom, R.A. Hoffman, and L.H. Brace, J. Geophys. Res. 83, 3877, 1978.
  21. H+ and He++ in the Dawnside Magnetosheath, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, R.D. Sharp, R.G. Johnson, J. Geiss, and H. Rosenbauer, Geophys. Res. Lett. 6, 667, 1979.
  22. Energetic Ion Composition of the Plasma Sheet, W.K. Peterson, R.D. Sharp, E.G. Shelley, R.G. Johnson, and H. Balsiger, J. Geophys. Res. 86, 761, 1981.
  23. Ion Streams in the Magnetotail, R.D. Sharp, D.L. Carr, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 86, 4639, 1981.
  24. Energetic Ion Composition in the Subsolar Magnetopause and Boundary Layer, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, G. Haerendel, and G. Paschmann, J. Geophys. Res. 87, 2139, 1982.
  25. The Polar Ionosphere as a Source of Energetic Magnetospheric Plasma, E.G. Shelley, W.K. Peterson, A.G. Ghielmetti, and J. Geiss, Geophys. Res. Lett. 9, 941, 1982.
  26. The Origins of the Plasma in the Distant Plasma Sheet, R.D. Sharp, W. Lennartsson, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 87,10420, 1982.
  27. Hot Plasma Composition Results from the ISEE-1 Spacecraft, R.D. Sharp, R.G. Johnson, W.Lennartsson, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, in Energetic Ion Composition in the Earth’s Magnetosphere, R.G. Johnson, editor, Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo, p.231, 1983.
  28. Initial Hot Plasma Composition Results from the Dynamics Explorer, E.G. Shelley, H. Balsiger, P. Eberhardt, J. Geiss, A. Ghielmetti, R.G. Johnson, W.K. Peterson, R.D. Sharp, B.A. Whalen, and D.T. Young, in Energetic Ion Composition in the Earth’s Magnetosphere, R.G. Johnson, editor, Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo, p.353, 1983.
  29. The Mass Dependence of Wave Particle Interactions as Observed with the ISEE-1 Energetic Ion Mass Spectrometer, R.D. Sharp, W. Lennartsson,W.K. Peterson, and E. Ungstrup, Geophys. Res. Lett. 10, 651, 1983.
  30. The Plasma Sheet Boundary Layer, T.E. Eastman, L.A. Frank, W.K. Peterson and W. Lennartsson, J. Geophys. Res. 89, 1553, 1984.
  31. Distribution of Upflowing Ionospheric Ions in the High-Altitude Polar Cap and Auroral Ionosphere, A.W. Yau, B.A. Whalen, W.K. Peterson,and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 89, 5507, 1984.
  32. Origin of the Plasma in a Cross-Polar Cap Auroral Feature (Theta Aurora), W.K. Peterson and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 89, 6729, 1984.
  33. Direct Evidence for Two-Stage (Bimodal) Acceleration of Ionospheric Ions, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 89, 10779, 1984.
  34. Ion Injection and Acceleration in the Polar Cap, W.K. Peterson, in The Polar Cusp, J.A. Holtet and A. Egeland (eds.), D. Reidel Publishing Company, p67, 1985.
  35. Escape of Suprathermal O+ Ions in the Polar Cap, J.H. Waite, Jr., T. Nagai, J.F.E. Johnson, C.R. Chappell, J.L. Burch, T.L. L. Killeen, P.B. Hays, G.R. Carignan, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 90, 1619, 1985.
  36. Enhanced Ion Outflows Measured by the DE 1 High Altitude Plasma Instrument in the Dayside Plasmasphere During the Recovery Phase, J.D. Menietti, J.D. Winningham, J.L. Burch, W.K. Peterson, J.H. Waite, Jr., and D.R. Weimer, J. Geophys. Res. 90, 1653, 1985.
  37. Ampte/CCE Observations of the Plasma Composition Below 17 keV During the September 4, 1984 Magnetic Storm, E.G. Shelley, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, A. Ghielmetti, H. Balsiger, J. Geiss, and H. Rosenbauer, Geophys. Res. Lett. 12, 321, 1985.
  38. Long-Term (Solar Cycle) and Seasonal Variations of Upflowing Ionospheric Ion Events at DE 1 Altitudes, A.W. Yau, P.H. Beckwith, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 90, 6395, 1985.
  39. Energetic Auroral and Polar Ion Outflow at DE 1 Altitudes: Magnitude, Composition, Magnetic Activity Dependence, and Long-Term Variations, A.W. Yau, E.G. Shelley, W.K. Peterson, and L. Lenchyshyn, J. Geophys. Res. 90, 8417, 1985.
  40. Transverse Auroral Ion Energization Observed on DE-1 with Simultaneous Plasma Wave and Ion Composition Measurements, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, S.A. Boardsen, and D.A. Gurnett, in Ion Acceleration in the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere, Geophysical Monograph 38, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p.43, 1986.
  41. Accelerated Auroral and Polar-Cap Ions: Outflow at DE-1 Altitudes, A.W. Yau, E.G. Shelley, and W.K. Peterson, in Ion Acceleration in the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere, Geophysical Monograph 38, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., p.72, 1986.
  42. The Theta Aurora, L.A. Frank, J.D. Craven, D.A. Gurnett, S.D. Shawhan, D.R. Weimer, J.L. Burch, J.D. Winningham, C.R. Chappell, J.H. Waite, R.A. Heelis, N.C. Maynard, M. Sugiura, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res 91, 3177, 1986.
  43. Interaction of Upgoing Auroral H+ and O+ Beams, R.L. Kaufmann, G.R. Ludlow, H.L. Collin, W.K. Peterson, and J.L. Burch, J. Geophys. Res. 91, 10080, 1986.
  44. Plasma and Field Observations of a Pc 5 Wave Event, J.H. Waite, D.L. Gallagher, M.O. Chandler, R.C. Olsen, R.H. Comfort, J.F.E. Johnson, C.R. Chappell, W.K. Peterson, D. Weimer, and S.D. Shawhan, J. Geophys. Res. 91, 11147, 1986.
  45. Satellite Observations of New Particle and Field Signatures Associated with SAR ARC Field Lines at Magnetospheric Heights, J.U. Kozyra, T.E. Cravens, A.F. Nagy, D.A. Gurnett, R.L. Huff, R.H. Comfort, J.H. Waite, Jr., L.H. Brace, J.D. Winningham, J.L. Burch, and W.K. Peterson, Adv. Space Res. 7, p(8)3, 1987.
  46. Solar Cycle Variation of Some Mass Dependent Characteristics of Upflowing Beams of Terrestrial Ions, H.L. Collin, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, J. Geophys. Res. 92, 4757, 1987.
  47. Filamentary Structures in the Magnetotail Lobes, C.Y. Huang, L.A. Frank, W.K. Peterson, J.D. Williams, W. Lennartsson, D.G. MItchell, R.C. Elphic, and C.T. Russell, J. Geophys. Res. 92, 2349, 1987.
  48. Pitch Angle Distributions of Low-Energy Ions in the Near-Earth Magnetosphere, E. Sagawa, A.W. Yau, B.A. Whalen, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys Res. 92, 12241, 1987.
  49. Quantitative Parameterization of Energetic Ionospheric Ion Outflow, A.W. Yau, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, in Modeling Magnetospheric Plasma, Geophysical Monograph 44, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC. 211, 1988.
  50. Auroral Zone Ion Composition, W.K. Peterson, in Modeling Magnetospheric Plasma, Geophysical Monograph 44, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC. p145, 1988.
  51. Electron Density Depletions in the Nightside Auroral Zone, A.M. Persoon, D.A. Gurnett, W.K. Peterson, J.H. Waite, Jr., J.L. Burch, and J.L. Green, J. Geophys. Res. 93, 1871, 1988.
  52. The Helium Components of Energetic Terrestrial Ion Upflows: Their Occurrence, Morphology, and Intensity, H.L. Collin, W.K. Peterson, J.F. Drake, and A.W. Yau, J. Geophys. Res. 93, 7558, 1988.
  53. Transverse Ion Energization and Low-Frequency Plasma Waves in the Mid-Altitude Auroral Zone: A Case Study, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, S.A. Boardsen, D.A. Gurnett, B.G. Ledley, M. Sugiura, T.E. Moore, and J.H. Waite, J. Geophys. Res. 93, 11405, 1988.
  54. Heating of Thermal Ions Near the Equatorward Boundary of the Mid-Altitude Polar Cleft, W.K. Peterson, M. André, G.B. Crew, A.M. Persoon, M.J. Engebretson, C.J. Pollock, and M.Temerin, in Electromagnetic Coupling in the Polar Clefts and Caps, P.E. Sandholt and A. Egeland, editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p103, 1989.
  55. Entry and Acceleration of He+ in the Low Latitude Boundary Layer, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, D.M. Klumpar, and E.G. Shelley, Geophys. Res. Lett. 16, 751, 1989.
  56. Direct Injection of Ionospheric O+ into the Dayside Low Latitude Boundary Layer, S.A. Fuselier, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, and E.G. Shelley, Geophys. Res. Lett. 16, 1121, 1989.
  57. Wave-Particle Interactions on the FAST Satellite, M.A. Temerin, C.W. Carlson, C.A. Cattell, R.E. Ergun, J.P. McFadden, F.S. Mozer, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, and R.C. Elphic, in Physics of Space Plasmas (1989), Scientific Publishers Inc., Conference Proceedings and Reprint Series, Number 9, Cambridge, Mass, p 343. 1989.
  58. Heating of Ion Conics in the Cusp/Cleft, Mats André, G.B. Crew, W.K. Peterson, A.M. Persoon, C.J. Pollock, and M.J. Engebretson, in Physics of Space Plasmas (1989), Scientific Publishers Inc., Conference Proceedings and Reprint Series, Number 9, Cambridge, Mass, p203. 1989.
  59. Plasma Characteristics of Upflowing Ion Beams in the Polar Cap Region, M.W. Chen, W.K. Peterson, M. Ashour-Abdalla, T.E. Moore, and A.M. Persoon, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 3907, 1990.
  60. Ion Cyclotron Resonance Heated Conics: Theory and Observations, G.B. Crew, Tom Chang, J.M. Retterer, W.K. Peterson, D.A. Gurnett, and R.L. Huff, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 3959, 1990.
  61. Double-Peaked Electrostatic Ion Cyclotron Harmonic Waves, S.A. Boardsen, D.A. Gurnett, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 10591, 1990.
  62. Statistical Analysis of Upflowing Ion Beam and Conic Distributions at DE 1 Altitudes, T. Kondo, B.A. Whalen, A.W. Yau, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 12091, 1990.
  63. Ion Heating by Broadband Low-Frequency Waves in the Cusp/Cleft, M. André, G.B. Crew, W.K. Peterson, A.M. Persoon, C.J. Pollock, and M.J. Engebretson, J. Geophys. Res. 95, 20809, 1990.
  64. Unstable Electron Beams in the Low Latitude Boundary Layer, V. Peroomian, M. Ashour-Abdalla, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, D. Schriver, and R.J. Strangeway, in Physics of Space Plasmas (1989), Scientific Publishers Inc., Conference Proceedings and Reprint Series, Number 10, Cambridge, Mass, 1990.
  65. Magnetospheric Boundary Dynamics: DE 1 and DE 2 Observations Near the Magnetopause and Cusp, N.C. Maynard, T.L. Aggson, E.M. Basinska, W.J. Burke, P. Craven, W.K. Peterson, M. Sugiura, and D.R. Weimer, J. Geophys. Res. 96, 3505, 1991.
  66. Electrostatic Waves Due to Field-Aligned Electron Beams in the Low Latitude Boundary Layer, V. Peroomian, M. Ashour-Abdalla, S.A. Fuselier, D.Schriver, W.K. Peterson, and R.J. Strangeway, J. Geophys Res., 97, 3169, 1992.
  67. The Polar Cap Environment of Outflowing O+, J.L. Horwitz, C.J. Pollock, T.E. Moore, W.K. Peterson, J.L. Burch, J.D. Winningham, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, and A. Persoon, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 8361, 1992.
  68. Simultaneous Observations of H+ and O+ Ions at Two Altitudes by the Akebono and Dynamics Explorer -1 Satellites, W.K. Peterson, A.W. Yau, and B.A. Whalen, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 11177, 1993.
  69. Funnel Shaped Low Frequency Equatorial Waves, S.A. Boardsen, D.L. Gallagher, D.A. Gurnett, W.K. Peterson, and J.L. Green, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 14967, 1992.
  70. Automatic Detection of Mass-Resolved Ion Conics, M.F. Doherty, C.M. Bjorklund, W.K. Peterson and H.L. Collin, IEEE Trans. on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 31, 407, 1993.
  71. O+ and He+ Restricted and Extended (Bi-Modal) Ion Conic Distributions, W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, M.F. Doherty, and C.M. Bjorklund, Geophys. Res. Lett., 19, 1439, 1992.
  72. Extended (Bi-Modal) Ion Conics at High Altitudes, W.K .Peterson, H.L. Collin, M.F. Doherty, and C.M. Bjorklund, in Space Plasmas: Coupling Between Small and Medium Scale Processes, Geophysical Monograph #86, M. Ashour-Abdalla,T. Chang, and P. Duesenbery (Eds), American Geophysical Union, pg. 105, 1995.
  73. The Role of Ring Current Nose Events in Producing SAR Arc Intensifications during the Main Phase: Observations during the September 19-24, 1984, Equinox Transition Study (ETS), J.U. Kozyra, M.O. Chandler, D.C. Hamilton, W.K. Peterson, D.M. Klumpar, D.W. Slater, M.J. Buonsanto, and H.C. Carlson, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 9267, 1993. Erratum: J. Geophys. Res., 98, 19471, 1993.
  74. On the High- and Low-Altitude Limits of the Auroral Electric Field Region, P.H. Reiff, G. Lu, J.L. Burch, J.D. Winningham, L.A. Frank, J.D. Craven, W. Peterson, and R.A. Heelis, in Auroral Plasma Dynamics, Geophysical Monograph 30, R. Lysak, editor, American Geophysical Union, p.143, 1994.
  75. Effects of Solar Cycle on Auroral Particle Acceleration, C.A. Cattell, T. Nguyen, M. Temerin, W. Lennartsson, and W.K. Peterson, in Auroral Plasma Dynamics, Geophysical Monograph 30, R. Lysak, editor, American Geophysical Union, pg. 219, 1993.
  76. Magnetosheath-Ionospheric Plasma Interactions in the Cusp: 1. Observations of Pulsating Injection and Cold Conic Suppression, R.M. Winglee, J.D. Menietti, W.K. Peterson, J.L. Burch, and J.H. Waite, Jr., J. Geophys. Res. 98, 19315, 1993.
  77. Coordinated Measurements from the CRRES, DE-1, and DMSP Satellites on Feburary 18, 1991, in Lockheed internal document number LMSC P-035588, 1992.
  78. Observations of a Transverse Magnetic Field Perturbation at Two Altitudes on the Equatorward Edge of the Magnetospheric Cusp, W.K. Peterson, T. Abe, M. André, M.J. Engebretson, H. Fukunishi, H. Hayakawa, A. Matsuoka, T. Mukai, A.M. Persoon, J.M. Retterer, R.M. Robinson, M. Sugiura, K. Tsuruda, D.D. Wallis, and A.W. Yau, J. Geophys. Res. 98, 21463, 1993.
  79. The High-Latitude Ion Transport and Energetics (HI-LITE) Explorer: A Mission to Investigate Ion Outflow From the High-Latitude Ionosphere, M.F. Smith, F. Herrero, M. Hesse, D.N. Baker, P. Bochsler, P. Wurz, H. Balsiger, S. Chakrabarti, G. Erickson, D. Cotton, T.S. Stephen, C. Jamar, J.C. Gerard, S.A. Fuselier, A.G. Ghielmetti, S.B. Mende, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, R.R. Vondrak, D.L. Gallagher, T.E. Moore, C. Pollock, R. Arnoldy, M. Lockwood and R. Gladstone, SPIE Vol. 2008, Instrumentation for Magnetospheric Imagery II, p40, 1993.
  80. The Toroidal Imaging Mass-Angle Spectrograph (TIMAS) for the PolarMission, E.G. Shelley, A.G. Ghielmetti, H. Balsiger, R.K. Black, J.A. Bowles,R.P. Bowman, O. Bratschi, J.L. Burch, C.W. Carlson, A.J. Coker, J.F. Drake, J.Fischer, J. Geiss, A. Johnstone, D.L. Kloza, O.W. Lennartsson, A.L.Magoncelli, G.. Pashmann, W.K. Peterson, H. Rosenbauer, T.C. Sanders, M.Steinacher, D.M. Walton, B.A. Whalen, and D.T. Young, Space Science Reviews,71, 497, 1995.
  81. On the Sources of Energization of Molecular Ions at Ionospheric Altitudes, W.K. Peterson, T. Abe, H. Fukunishi, M.G. Greffen, H. Hayakawa, Y. Kasahara, I. Kimura, A. Matsuoka, T. Mukai, T. Nagatsuma, K. Tsuruda, B.A. Whalen, and A. W. Yau, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 23257, 1994.
  82. Flow-Aligned Jets in the Magnetospheric Cusp: Results from the GEM PilotProgram, L.A. Weiss, P.H. Reiff, H.C. Carlson, E.J. Weber, M. Lockwood, andW.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res, 100, 7649, 1995.
  83. Akebono Observations of the Polar Wind and Suprathermal Auroral Ions: AnOverview, A.W. Yau, T. Abe, M.J. Greffen, R.E. Horita, D.J. Knudsen, T. Mukai,K.I. Oyama, W.K. Peterson, E. Sagawa, S. Watanabe, and B.A. Whalen, J. Geomag. Geoelectr, 48, 45, 1996.
  84. On the Energy Sources Responsible for the Escape of Heavy Ions from theIonosphere, W.K. Peterson, in Physics of Space Plasmas (1995),Number 14, T. Chang and J.R. Jasperse, eds, (MIT Center for TheoreticalGeo/Cosmo Plasma Physics, Cambride MA.), p. 395, 1996.
  85. Bifurcated Cusp Ion Signatures: Evidence for Quasi-Steady Reconnection?,S. A. Fuselier, E. G. Shelley, W. K. Peterson, O. W. Lennartsson, H. L.Collin, J. F. Drake, A. G. Ghielmetti, H. Balsiger, J. L. Burch, A. Johnstone,H. Rosenbauer, and J. Steinber,Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 1471, 1997.
  86. Solar-Terrestrial Observations Meet Models at Alabama Workshop, R.M. Winglee, and W.K. Peterson, EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 78, number 26, July 1, 1997.
  87. Multi-Species Test of Ion Cyclotron Resonance Heating at High Altitudes,A.M. Persoon, W.K. Peterson, M. Andre, T.Chang, D.A. Gurnett, J.M. Retterer,and G.B. Crew, University of Iowa Research Report 97-2, University ofIowa, Iowa, July 1997.
  88. Initial TIMAS Observations of Ion Conic Heating in the Cusp,E. G. Shelley, H. Balsiger, J. L. Burch, C. W. Carlson, H. L. Collin, J. F. Drake, J. Geiss, A. Ghielmetti, A. Johnstone, O. W. Lennartsson, G. Paschmann, W. K. Peterson, H. Rosenbauer, D. M. Walton, B. A. Whalen, and D. T. Young, Adv. Space Res. vol 20, No. 4/5, page 841, 1997.
  89. Polar Observations of Convection with Northward IMF at Dayside High Latitude,N.C. Maynard, W.J. Burke, D.R. Weimer, F.S. Mozer, J.D. Scudder, C.T. Russel, W.K. Peterson, and R.P. Lepping, J. Geophys. Res. 103, 29, 1998.
  90. Solar Wind He2+ and H+ Distributions in the Cusp for SouthwardIMF, S.A. Fuselier, E.G. Shelley, W.K. Peterson, and O.W. Lennartsson,in Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena, ed. by J. Moen, A. Egeland, and M. Lockwood, NATO ASI Series C, Vol. 509, Kluwer Press, Dordrecht, p. 63, 1998.
  91. Polar Observations of Cusp Electrodynamics: Evolution From 2- to 4-Cell Convection Patterns, N.C. Maynard, W.K. Burke, D.R. Weimer, F.S. Moser, J.D. Scudder, W.K. Peterson, R.P. Lepping, and C.R. Russell, in Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena, ed. by J. Moen, A. Egeland, and M. Lockwood, NATO ASI Series C, Vol. 509, Kluwer Press, Dordrecht, p. 157, 1998.
  92. Overlapping Ion Populations in the Cusp: Polar/TIMAS Results, K.J. Trattner, A.J. coates, A.N. Fazakerley, A.D. Johnstone, H. Balsiger, J.L.Burch, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, H. Rosenbauer, and E.G. Shelley, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 1621, 1998.
  93. FAST Observations in the Downward Auroral Current Region: Energetic upgoing Electron Beams, Parallel Potential Drops, and Ion Heating, C.W. Carlson, J.P. McFadden, R.E. Ergun, M.Temerin, W.Peria, F.S. Mozer, D.M. Klumpar, E.G. Shelley, W.K. Peterson, E. Möbius, R. Elphic, R. Strangeway, C. Cattell, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2017, 1998.
  94. Spatial Structure and Gradients of Ion Beams Observed by FAST, J.P. McFadden, C.W. Carlson, R.E. ergun, F.S. Mozer, M. Temerin, W. Peria, D.M. Klumpar, E.G. Shelley, W.K. Peterson, E. Moebius, R. Elphic, R. Strangeway,C. Cattell, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2021, 1998.
  95. FAST Satellite Observations of Electric Field Structures in the Auroral Zone, R.E. Ergun, C.W. Carlson, J.P. Mcfadden, F.S. Mozer, G.T. Delory, W. Peria, CC. Chaston, M. Temerin, R. Elphic, R. Strangeway, R. Pfaff, C.A. Cattell, D. Klumpar, E. Shelley, W. Peterson. E. Moebius, and L. Kistler, Geophys Res. Lett. 25, 2025, 1998.
  96. Species-Dependent Energies in Upward-Directed Ion Beams Over AuroralArcs as Observed with FAST TEAMS, E. Moebius, L. Tang, L.M. Kistler,M. Popecki, E.J. Lund, D. Klumpar, W. Peterson, E.G. Shelley,B. Klecker, D. Hovestadt, C.W. Carlson, R. Ergun, J.P. Mcfadden,F. Mozer, M. Temerin, C. Cattell, R. Elphic, R. Strnageway, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2029, 1998.
  97. The Auroral Current Circuit and Field-Aligned Currents Observed by FAST,R.C. Elphic, J.W. Bonnell, R.J. Strangeway, L. Kepko, R.E. Ergun, J.P. McFadden,C.W. Carlson, C.A. Cattell, K. Klumpar, E. Shelley, W. Peterson, E. Moebius, L. Kistler, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2033, 1998.
  98. Initial FAST Observations of Acceleration Processes in the Cusp,R. Pfaff, J. Clemmons, C. Carlson, R. Ergun, J. McFadden, F. Mozer,M. Temerin, D. Klumpar, W. Peterson. E. Shelley, E. Moebius, L. Kistler, R. Strangeway, R. Elphic, and C. Cattell, GeophysRes. Lett. 25, 2037, 1998.
  99. FAST Satellite Observations of Large-Amplitude Solitary Structures, R.E. Ergun, C.W. Carlson, J.P. McFadden, F.S. Mozer, G.T. Delory, W. Peria, C.C Chaston. M. Temerin, I. Roth, L. Muschietti, R. Elphic, R. Strangeway, R. Pfaff, C.A. Cattell, D. Klumpar, E. Shelley, W. Peterson, E. Möbius, and L. Kistler, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2041, 1998.
  100. Simultaneous Observations of Solar Wind Plasma Entry from FAST and Polar,W.K. Peterson, Y-K. Tung, C.W. Carlson, J. H. Clemmons,H.L. Collin, R.E. Ergun, S.A. Fuselier, C.A. Kletzing, D.M. Klumpar, O.W. Lennartsson, R.P. Lepping, N.C. Maynard, J.P. Mcfadden, T.G. Onsager,W.J. Peria, C.T. Russell, E.G. Shelley, L. Tang, and J. Wygant, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2081, 1998.
  101. Electron Modulation and Ion Cyclotron Waves Observed by FAST, J.P. Mcfadden,C.W. Carlson, R.E. Ergun, C.C. Chaston, F.S. Mozer, M. Temerin, D.M. Klumpar,E.G. Shelley, W.K. Peterson, E. Moebius, L. Kistler, R. Elphic, R. Strangeway,C. Cattell, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2045, 1998.
  102. FAST Observations of Preferentially Accelerated He+ in Association withAuroral Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron Waves, E.J. Lund, E. Moebius, L. Tang,L.M. Kistler, M.A. Popecki, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, B. Klecker, D. Hovestadt, M. Temerin, R.E. Ergun, J.P. McFadden, C.W. Carlson,F.S. Mozer, R.C. Elphic, R.J. Strangeway, C.A. Cattell, and R.F. Pfaff,Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2049, 1998.
  103. Characteristics of Electromagnetic Proton Cyclotron Waves Along Auroral Field Lines Observed by FAST in Regions of Upward Current, C.C. Chaston,R.E. Ergun, G.T. Delory, W. Peria, M. Temerin, C. Cattell, R. Strangeway,J.P. Mcfadden, C.W. Carlson, R.C. Elphic, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, E. Moebius, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett 25, 2057, 1998.
  104. FAST Satellite Wave Observations in the AKR Source Region, R.E. Ergun, C.W. Carlson, J.P. McFadden, F.S. Mozer, G.T. Delory, W. Peria, C. C Chaston, M. Temerin, R. Elphic, R. Stangeway, R. Pfaff, C.A. Cattell, D. Klumpar, E. Shelley, W. Peterson, E. Möbius, and L. Kister, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2061, 1998.
  105. FAST Observations of VLF Waves in the Auroral Zone: Evidence of Very Low Plasma Densities, R.J. Strangeway, L. Kepko, R.C. Elphic, C.W. Carlson,R.E. Ergun, J.P. McFadden, W.J. Peria, G.T. Delory, C.C. Chaston, M. Temerin, C.A. Cattell, E. Moebius, L.M. Kistler, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, and R.F. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 2065, 1998.
  106. FAST/TEAMS Observations of Charge Exchange Signatures in Ions Mirroringat Auroral Altitudes, L.M. Kistler, E. Moebius, D.M. Klumpar, M.A Popecki,L. Tang, V. Jordanova, B. Klecker, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, D. Hovestadt,M. Temerin, R.E. Ergun, J.P. McFadden, C.W. Carlson, F.S. Mozer, R.C. Elphic,R.J. Strangeway, C.A. Cattell, and R.F. Pfaff, Geophys. Res.Lett. 25, 2085, 1998.
  107. The January 10, 1997, Auroral Hot Spot, Horseshoe Aurora, and First Substorm: A CME Loop? B.T. Tsurutani, J.K. Arballo, G.S. Lakhina, C.M. Ho, J. Ajello, J.S. Pickett, D.A. Gurnett, R.P. Lepping, W.K. Peterson, G. Rostoker, Y. Kamide, and S. Kokubun, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 3047, 1998.
  108. A Comparison of a Model for the Theta Aurora With Observations From Polar, Wind, and SuperDARN, S.-W. Chang, J. D. Scudder, J. B. Sigwarth, L. A. Frank, N. C. Maynard, W. J. Burke, W. K. Peterson, E. G. Shelley, R. Friedel, J. B. Blake, R. A. Greenwald, R. P. Lepping, G. J. Sofko, J.-P. Villain, and M. Lester, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 17367, 1998.
  109. Relationship of Topside Ionospheric Ion Outflows to Auroral formsand Precipitation, Plasma Waves, and Convection Observed by Polar,M. Hirahara, J. L. Horwitz, T. E. Moore, G. A. Germany,J. F. Spann, W. K. Peterson, E. G. Shelley, M. O. Chandler,B. L. Giles, P. D. Craven, C. J. Pollock, D. A. Gurnett, J. S. Pickett,A. M. Persoon, J. D. Scudder, N. C. Maynard, F. S. Mozer,M. J. Brittnacher, and T. Nagai, J. Geophys. Res, 103, 17391, 1998.
  110. Broadband Plasma Waves Observed in the Polar Cap Boundary Layer (PCBL): Polar, B.T. Tsurutani, G.S. Lakhina, C.M. Ho, J.K. Arballo, C Gabran, A. Boonsiriseth,J. Pickett, D.A. Gurnett, W.K. Peterson, R.M. Thorne, and A. Boonsiriseth, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 17345, 1998.
  111. Geospace Mass and Energy Flow: Results From the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Program, Geophysical Monograph 104, James L. Horwitz, Dennis L. Galagher, and William K.Peterson, editors, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 1998.
  112. Dayside Electrodynamics Observed by Polar with Northward IMF, N.C. Maynard,W.J. Burke, D.R. Weimer, F.S. Mozer, J.D. Scudder, C.T. Russell, and W.K.Peterson, in Geospace Mass and Energy Flow: Results from the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Program, Geophysical Monograph 104, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 1998.
  113. Cusp Energetic Ions: A Bow Shock Source, S.-W. Chang, J.D. Scudder,S.A. Fuselier, J.F. Fennell, K.J. Trattner, J.S. Pickett, H.E. Spence,W.K. Peterson, C.T. Russell, R.P. Lepping, and R. Friedel,Geophysical Research Letters 25. 3729, 1998.
  114. The Seasonal Variation of Auroral Ion Beams, H.L. Collin, W.K. Peterson, O.W. Lennartsson, and J.F. Drake, Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 4071. 1998.
  115. Imaging the Plasma Sheet with Energetic Ions from the Polar Satellite, W.K. Peterson, K.J. Trattner, O.W. Lennartsson, H.L. Collin, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, P.K. Toivanen, T.A. Fritz, J.F. Fennell, and J.L. Roeder, in Substorms-4, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Mamana, Japan: March 9-13, 1998, S.Kokubun and Y. Kamide, Editors, Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo, p 813, 1998.
  116. A CME Loop and the January 10, 1997 First Substorm, B.T. Tsurutani, J.M. Agello, J.K. Arballo, G.S. Lakhina, C.M. Ho, R. Sakurai, J.S. Picket, D.A. Gurnett, R.P. Lepping, W.K. Peterson, G. Rostocker, Y. Kamide, and S. Kokubun, in Substorms-4, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Mamana, Japan: March 9-13, 1998, S.Kokubun and Y. Kamide, Editors, Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo, p 309, 1998.
  117. Multiple Discrete-Energy Ion Features in the Inner Magnetosphere: Polar Observations, J.F. Fennell, M.W. Chen, J.L. Roeder, W.K. Peterson, K.J. Trattner,R. Friedel, S. Livi, M. Grande, C. Perry, T.A. Fritz, and R. Sheldon, pg. 395, Physics of Space Plasmas (1998), Number 15, published by the MIT Center for Theoretical Geo/Cosmo Plasma Physics, Cambridge, MA. 1998
  118. Simulation of Latitudinal Profiles of Ring Current Ions Measured by Polar for a Moderate Storm at Solar Minimum, V.K. Jordanova, C.J. Farrugia, J.M. Quinn, J.E. Borovsky, R.B. Sheldon, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 429, 1999.
  119. Comparisons of Polar Satellite Observations of Solitary Wave Velocities in the Plasma Sheet Boundary and the High Altitude Cusp to Those in the Auroral Zone, C. A. Cattell, J. Dombeck, J. R. Wygant, M. K. Hudson, F. S. Mozer, M. A. Temerin, W. K. Peterson,C. A. Kletzing, C. T. Russell, and R. Pfaff, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 425, 1999.
  120. Comment on: “Correlation of Cusp MeV Helium with Turbulent ULF PowerSpectrum and its Implications”, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson,and S-W Chang, Geophys. Res. Lett, 26, 1361, 1999. [TheChen and Fritz paper which is the basis of the comment [Geophys. Res. Lett, 25, November 15, 1998] is available on-line.
  121. Observations of Polar Cap Arcs on FAST, J. Bonnell, R. Elphic, S. Palfery, R. Strangeway, W.K. Peterson, D. Klumpar, C.W. Carlson, R.E. Ergun, and J.P. McFadden, J. Geophys. Res. 104, 12669, 1999.
  122. The Source Population for the Cusp and the Cleft/LLBL for Southward IMF, S.A. Fuselier, M. Lockwood, T.G. Onsager, and W.K. Peterson, Geophys Res. Lett., 12, 1665, 1999.
  123. Ionospheric Mass Ejection in Response to a Coronal Mass Ejection, T.E. Moore, W.K. Peterson, C.T. Russell, M.O. Chandler, M.R. Collier, H.L. Collin,R. Fitzenreiter, B.L. Giles, and C.J. Pollock, Geophysical Research Letters,26, 2339, 1999.
  124. Sudden Compression of the Outer Magnetosphere Associated with an IonosphericMass Ejection, C. T. Russell, X. W. Zhou, P. J. Chi, H. Kawano, T. E. Moore, W. K. Peterson, J. B. Cladis, and H. J. Singer, Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 2343, 1999.
  125. On Spatial and Temporal Structures in the Cusp, K.J. Trattner, S.A.Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, J.A. Sauvaud, H. Stenuit, N. Dubouloz, and R.A. Kovrazhkin, J. Geophys. Res. 104, 28411, 1999.
  126. Plasma Waves Observed During Cusp Energetic Particle Events and Their Correlation with Polar and Akebono Satellite and Ground Data, J.S. Pickett, D.A. Gurnett, J.D. Menietti, M.J. LeDocq, J.D. Scudder, S.-W. Chang, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, K.L. Ackerson, D.D. Morgan, J.R. Franz, P.M. Kintner, B.T. Tsurutani, C.M. Ho, J. Chen, T.A. Fritz, C.T. Russell, W.K. Peterson, Y. Kasahara, L, Kimura, S. Watanabe, G.B. Arkos, G. Rostoker, S. Kokubun, H. Fukunishi, R.F. Pfaff, F.S. Mozer, S.-Y. Hseih, T. Mukai, and M.O. Chandler, Adv. Space Res., 24, 23, 1999.
  127. Toroidal Ion Distributions Observed at High Altitudes Equatorward of the Cusp, M.M. Huddleston, C.J. Pollock, J.S. Pickett, M.P. Wuest, T.E. Moore, and W.K. Peterson, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 469, 2000.
  128. Observations of Traveling Pc5 Waves and Their Relation to theMagnetic Cloud Event of January 1997, J.H. Clemmons, R.F. Pfaff, O.W. Lennartsson, F.S. Mozer, H.J. Singer,W.K. Peterson, J.D. Scudder, C.A. Kletzing, P.J. Chi, D.D. Wallis, andD.E. Larson, J. Geophys. Res. 105, 5441, 2000.
  129. Energetic Magnetosheath Ions Connected to the Earth’s Bow Shock: Possible Source of CEP’s, S-W. Chang, J.D. Scudder, J.F. Fennell, R. Friedel, R.P. Lepping, C.T. Russell, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, and H.E. Spence, J. Geophys. Res. 105, 5471, 2000.
  130. Plasmaspheric Depletion and Refilling Associated with the September25, 1998, Magnetic Storm Observed by Ground Magnetometers at L=2,P.J. Chi, C.T. Russlell, S. Musman, W.K. Peterson, G. Le,V. Angelopoulos, G.D. Reeves, M.B. Moldwin, and F.K. Chun,Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 635, 2000.
  131. Polar/TIMAS Statistical Results on the Outflow of Molecular Ions From Earth at Solar Minimum, O.W. Lennartsson, H.L. Collin, W.K. Peterson, andE.G. Shelley, Advances in Space Research, 25, 2417, 2000.
  132. Observations of Plasma Entry into the Magnetosphere at Late Magnetic Local Times, H. E. J. Koskinen, A. M. Mälkki, T. I. Pulkkinen, I. Sandahl, E. Yu. Budnik, A. O. Fedorov, R. A. Greenwald, K. B. Baker, L. A. Frank, J. B. Sigwarth, and W. K. Peterson, Advances in Space Research, 25, 1617, 2000.
  133. Magnetospheric Response to the Arrival of the Shock Wave in Front of theMagnetic Cloud Event of January 10, 1997, M.Wuest, M.M. Huddleston, J.L. Burch,D.L. Dempsey, P.D. Craven, M.O. Chandler, J.F. Spann, W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, and W. Lennartsson, Adv.in Space Research, 25, 1401, 2000.
  134. Observations of Centrifugal Acceleration of Ions During Compression of the Magnetosphere, J.B. Cladis, H.L. Collin, O.W. Lennartsson, T.E. Moore, W.K. Peterson, and C.T. Russell, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 615, 2000.
  135. Multiple Discrete Energy Ion Features in the Inner Magnetosphere: Observations and Simulations, Xinlin Li, D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, W.K. Peterson,and J.F. Fennell, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 1447, 2000.
  136. Polar Spacecraft Based Comparisons of Intense Electric Fields and PoyntingFlux Near and Within the Plasmasheet-Tail Lobe Boundary to UVI Images: AnEnergy Source for the Aurora, J.R. Wygant, A. Keiling, C.A. Cattell, M. Johnson,R.L. Lysak, M. Temerin, C.A. Kletzing, J.D. Scudder, W.K. Peterson, C.T. Russell, G. Parks, M. Brittnacher, G. Germany, and J. Spann, J. Geophys. Res., 105, p. 18,675, 2000.
  137. Cusp Field-Aligned Currents and Ion Outflows, R.J. Strangeway,C.T. Russell, C.W. Carlson, J.P. McFadden, R.E. Ergun, M. Temerin,D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, and T.E. Moore, J. Geophys.Research, 105, p.21,129, 2000.
  138. A Simple Model of Complex Cusp Ion Dispersions During Prolonged Intervalsof Northward Interplanetary Magnetic Field, S.M. Topliss, C.J. Owen, and W.K. Peterson, Geophys. Res. Lett. 27. 3587, 2000.
  139. A Substorm Onset Observed by the Polar Spacecraft in Conjunctionwith the IMAGE Chain, P.K. Toivanen, D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, A. Jiljanen, N.E. Turner, X. Li, and C.A. Kletzing, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Substorms, ESA Special Publication, ESA SP-443, p.337 2000.
  140. Polar Observations of Two Pseudobreakup Events, W.K. Peterson,P.K. Toivanen, X. Li, D.N. Baker, A Keiling, J. Wygant, C.A. Kletzing,and C.T. Russell, in Proceedings of the Fifth International Conferenceon Substorms, ESA Special Publication, ESA SP-443, p.409 2000.
  141. A Statistical Comparison of the Outflow of N2+, NO+, and O2+ Molecular Ions with that of Atomic O+ Ions Using Polar/TIMAS Observations, O.W. Lennartsson, H.L. Collin, A.G. Ghielmetti, and W.K. Peterson, Journalof Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (JASTP), 62, 477, 2000.
  142. Reconciliation of the Substorm Onset Determined on the Ground, andat the Polar Spacecraft, P.K. Toivanen, D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, H.J. Singer,N.E. Turner, X. Li, K. Kauristie, M. Syrjaesou, A. Viljanen, T.I. Pulkkinen, A. Keiling, J.R. Wygant, and C.A. Kletzing, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 107, 2001.
  143. On the Mass Dependence of Transverse Ion Acceleration by Broad-Band Extremely Low Frequency Waves, E.J. Lund, E. Moebius, K.A. Lynch, D.M. Klumpar, W.K. Peterson, R.E. Ergun, and C.W. Carlson, Phys. Chem. Earth (C), 26, 161, 2001.
  144. Polar/TIMAS Survey of Earthward Field-Aligned Proton Flows from the Near-Midnight Tail, O.W. Lennartsson, K.J. Trattner, H.L. Collin, andW.K. Peterson, J. Geophys Research, 106, 5859, 2001.
  145. Electrodynamics of the Poleward Auroral Border Observed by Polar Duringa Substorm on April 22, 1998, Daniel M. Ober. N.C. Maynard, W.J. Burke, W.K. Peterson, J.B. Sigwarth, L.A. Frank, J.D. Scudder, W.J. Hughes, and C.T. Russell, J. Geophys. Res. 106, 5927, 2001.
  146. Origins of Energetic Ions in the Cusp, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, S.-W. Chang, R. Friedel, and M.R. Aellig, J. Geophys. Res.,106, 5967, 2001.
  147. O+ Observations in the Cusp: Implications for Dayside Magnetic Field Topology, S.A. Fuselier, S.M. Petrinec, K.J. Trattner, and W.K. Peterson,J. Geophys. Res., 106, 5977, 2001.
  148. Wave Power Studies of Cusp Crossings with the Polar Satellite,V. Angelopoulos, F.S. Mozer, J. Bonnell, M. Temerin, M. Somoza,W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, and B. Giles,J. Geophys. Res.,106, 5987, 2001.
  149. Polar/TIMAS Observations of Suprathermal Ion Outflow During Solar Minimum Conditions, W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, A.W. Yau, and O.W. Lennartsson, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 6059, 2001.
  150. Observation of the Magnetospheric “Sash” and its Implications Relativeto Solar-Wind/Magnetospheric Coupling: A Multisatellite Event Analysis, N.C.Maynard, S. Savin, G.M. Erickson, H. Kawano, Z. Nemecek, W.K. Peterson,J. Safranokva, I. Sandahl, J.D. Scudder, G.L. Siscoe, B.U.O. Sonnerup,D.R. Weimer, W.W. White, and G.R. Wilson, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 6097, 2001.
  151. Polar Observations and Model Predictions During the May 4, 1998 Event, P. Song, J.U. Kozyra, M.O.Chandler, C. T. Russell, W. K. Peterson, K. Trattner, R. H. W. Friedel, J. H. Shue, T. E. Moore, K. W. Ogilvie, R. P. Lepping, and D. J.McComas, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 18927, 2001.
  152. A Study of Inverted-V Auroral Acceleration Mechanisms using Polar/FASTConjunctions, Pekka Janhunen, Annika Olsson, W.K. Peterson, J.S. Pickett,Harri Laakso, F.S. Mozer, Tuija I. Pulkkinen, and C.T. Russell, J. Geophys. Res, 106, 18995, 2001.
  153. Observed Trends in Auroral Zone Ion Mode Solitary Wave Structure Characteristics Using Data from Polar, J. Dombeck, C. Cattell, J. Crumley, W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, and C. Kletzing, J. Geophys. Res. 106 , 19013, 2001.
  154. Plasma Sheet Dynamics Observed by the Polar Spacecraft in Association withSubstorm Onsets, P.K. Toivanen, D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, X. Li,E.F. Donovan, A. Viljanen, A. Keiling, and J.R. Wygant, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 19117, 2001.
  155. Understanding Plasma Interactions with the Atmosphere: The Geospace Electrodynamic Connections (GEC) Mission, Report of the NASA Science andTecnology Definition Team for the Geospace Electrodynamic Connections (GEC) Mission, J. Sojka, R. Heelis, J. Grebowsky, M. DiJoseph, R. Buchanan, W. Bristow, J. Clemmons, G. Crowley, J. Foster, T. Kileen, C. Klezing, L. Paxton, W. Peterson, R. Pfaff, Jr., A. Richmond, J. Thayer,R. Vondrak, J. Slavin, J. Spann, M. Mellott, and W. Lewis, NASA/TM-2001-209980,July, 2001.
  156. Charge Neutrality and Ion Conic Distributions at the Equatorward Edgeof the Mid-Altitude Cusp, S.M. Topliss, A. Johnstone, A. Coates, W.K. Peterson, C.A. Kletzing, and C.T. Russell, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 21095,2001.
  157. Magnetic Local Time Dependency of Cusp Ion Velocity Dispersions in the Mid-Altitude Cusp, I. Krauklis, A.J. Coates, and W.K. Peterson,Geophys. Res. Lett, 28, 4057, 2001.
  158. Fast Auroral Snapshot Observations of Cusp Electron and Ion Structures, Yi-Jiun Su, R.E. Ergun, W.K. Peterson, T.G. Onsager, R. Pfaff, and C.W. Carlson, and R. Strangeway, J. Geophys. Res.,106, 25595, 2001.
  159. The Acceleration of Ionospheric O+ Ions on Open Field Lines in the LLBLand Cusp Region, I. Krauklis, A.D. Johnstone, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res, 106, 29611, 2001.
  160. Cusp and Magnetopause Locations in Global MHD Simulations, M. Palmroth, P. Janhunen, T.I. Pulkkinen, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 29435, 2001.
  161. The Time-of-Flight Mass, Energy, Angle, Mass Spectrograph (TEAMS) Experimentfor FAST, D.M. Klumpar, E. Moebius, L.M. Kistler, M. Popecki, E. Hertzberg,K. Crocker,M. Granoff, Li Tang, C.W. Carlson, J. McFadden, B. Kleker,F. Eberl, E. Kuenneth, H. Kaestle, M. Ertl, W.K. Peterson, E.G. Shelley, and D. Hovestadt, Space Science Reviews, 98, 197, 2001.
  162. Polar Observations of Solitary Waves at High and Low Altitudes and Comparison with Theory, C. Cattell, J. Crumley, J. Dombeck, R. Lysak,C. Kletzing, W.K. Peterson, and H. Collin, Advances inSpace Research, 28, 1631, 2001.
  163. Outflow From the Ionosphere in the Vicinity of the Cusp, P.W. Valek, J.D. Perez, J.-M. Jahn, C.J. Pollock, M.P. Wuest, R.H.W. Friedel, T.E. Moore, and W.K. Peterson, J. Geophys. Res., 107(A8), 10.1029/2001JA000107, 2002.
  164. Investigation into the Spatial and Temporal Coherence of Ionospheric Outflow on January 9-12, 1997,W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, M. Boehm, A.W. Yau, C. Cully, and G. Lu, J. Atmos. and Solar Terr. Phys., 64, 1659, 2002.
  165. SpatialFeatures Observed in the Cusp Under Steady Solar Wind Conditions, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, and C.W. Carlson, J. Geophys. Res., 107(A10), 1288, doi:10.1029/2001JA000262, 2002.
  166. Temporal Versus Spatial Interpretation of Cusp Ion Structures Observedby Two Spacecraft, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, M. Boehm, D. Klumpar, C.W. Carlson, and T.K. Yeoman, J. Geophys. Res., 107(A10), 1287,doi: 10.1029/2001JA000181, 2002.
  167. Ionospheric Influence on Substorm Development, W.K. Peterson, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Substorms, University of Washington, ISBN 0-9711740-3-2, p. 143. 2002.
  168. Observations of two Types of Pc 1-2 Pulsations in the Outer DaysideMagnetosphere, M.J. Engebretson, W.K. Peterson, J.L. Posch, M.R. Klatt,B.J. Anderson, C.T. Russell, H.J. Singer, R.L. Arnoldy, and H. Fukunishi,J. Geophys. Res., 107, (A12), 1451, doi:10.1029/2001JA000198, 2002.
  169. Timing of Magnetic Reconnection Initiation During a Global MagnetosphericSubstorm Onset, D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, X. Li., J.B. Blake, J.L. Burch,P.W. Daly, M.W. Dunlop, A. Korth, E. Donovan, R. Friedel, T.A. Fritz, H.U. Frey, S.B. Mende, J. Roeder, and H.J. Singer, Geophys. Res.Lett., 29(24), 2190, doi:10.1029/2002GL015539, 2002.
  170. Simulation of Energetic Particle Injections Associated with a Substormon August 27, 2001., Xinlin Li, T.E. Sarris, D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson,and H.J. Singer, Geophys. Res. Lett. 30(1), 1004, doi:10.1029/2002GL015967, 2003.
  171. Responses of the Open-Closed Field Line Boundary in the Evening Sectorto IMF Changes: A Source Mechanism for Sun-Aligned Arcs: N.C. Mayynard,W.J. Burke, J. Moen, D.M. Ober, J.D. Scudder, J.B. Siegwarth, G.L. Siscoe,B.U.O. Sonnerup, W.W. White, K.D. Siebert, D.R. Weimer, G.M. Erickson,L.A. Frank, M. Lester, W.K. Peterson, C.T. Russell, G.R. Wilson, andA. Egeland, J. Geophys. Res. 108(A1) 10.1029/2001JA000174, 2003.
    Correction to “Responses of the open-closed field line boundary in the evening sector to IMF changes: A sourcemechanism for Sun-aligned arcs” by N.C. Maynard et al, J. Geophys. Res. 108 (A3), 1113,doi:10.1029/2003ja00948, 2003.
  172. Correction to “Cusp Energetic Ions: A Bow Shock Source” by S.-W. Chang, J. D. Scudder, S. A. Fuselier, J. F. Fennell, K. J. Trattner, J. S. Pickett, H. E. Spence, J. D. Menietti, W. K. Peterson, R. P. Lepping, and R. Friedel, Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 30, No. 3, 1149, doi:10.1029/2002GL016613, 2003.
  173. Spatial features observed in the cusp under steady solar wind conditions, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, and C.W. Carlson, J. Geophys. Res., 107(A10), 1288, doi:10.1029/2001JA000262, 2002.
  174. Polar observations of transverse magnetic pulsations initiated at substorm onset in the high-latitude plasma sheet, P.K. Toivanen, D.N.Baker, W.K. Peterson, H.G. Singer, J. Waterman, J.R. Wygant, C.T. Russell, and C.A. Kletzing, J. Geophys. Res., 108(A7), 1267, doi:10.1029/2001JA009141, 2003.
  175. Comment on “Origins of energetic ions in the cusp” by R. Sheldon, J. Chen, and T.A. Fritz, J. Geophys. Res.Vol. 108, No. A7, 1302, doi:10.1029/2002JA009575, 25 July 2003.
    Reply to Comment by R. Sheldon, J. Chen, and T.A. Fritz on “Origins of Energetic Ions in the Cusp”, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, S.-W. Chang, R. Friedel, and M.R. Aellig, J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 108, No. A7, 1303, doi:10.1029/2002JA009781, 25 July 2003
  176. Large amplitude solitary waves in and near the Earth’s magnetosphere, magnetopause, and bow shock: Polar and Cluster observations, C.A. Cattell,C. Neiman, J. Dombeck, J. Crumley, J. Wygant, C.A. Kletzing, W.K. Peterson,F.S. Mozer, and M. Andre, Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, vol. 10, Issue 1, pp.13-26, 01/2003.
  177. Solar Extreme Ultraviolet Variability of the X-Class Flare on April 21, 2002 and the Terrestrial Photoelectron Response, T.N. Woods, S.M. Bailey, W.K. Peterson, S.C. Solomon, H.P. Warren, F.G. Eparvier, H. Garcia, C.W. Carlson, and J.P. McFadden, Space Weather, 1, 1001, doi:10.1029/2003SW000010, 2003.
  178. Generation of Bernstein Waves by Ion Shell Distributions in the Auroral Region, P. Janhunen, A. Olsson, A. Vaivads, and W.K. Peterson, Ann.Geophysicae, 21, 881-891, 2003.
  179. The Occurrence Frequency of Upward Ion Beams in the Auroral Zone as a Functionof Altitude Using Polar/TIMAS and DE 1/EICS Data, A. Olsson, P. Janhunen, and W.K. Peterson, Ann. Geophysicae, 21, 2059-2072, 2003.
  180. Ion shell distributions as free energy source for plasma waves on field lines mapping to the plasma sheet boundary layer, A. Olsson, P. Janhunnen, and W.K. Peterson, Annales Geophysicae, Vol. 22, pp 2115-2133, 14-6-2004.
  181. Dynamic coordinates for auroral ion outflow, L. Andersson, W.K. Peterson, and K.M. McBryde, J. Geophys. Res., 109, A08201, doi:10.1029/2004JA010424, 2004.
  182. Plasma sheet and (nonstorm) ring current formation from solar and polar wind sources, T.E. Moore, M.-C. Fok, M.O. Chandler, C.R. Chappell, S.P. Christon, D.C. Delcourt, J.A. Fedder, M. Huddleston, M.W. Liemohn, W.K. Peterson, and S. Slinker, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 110, No. A2, A02210, 2005.
  183. Solar wind control of Earth’s H+ and O+ outflow rates in the 15-eV to 33-keV energy range, O.W Lennartsson, W.K. Peterson, and H.L. Collin, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 109, No. A12, A12212 10.1029/2004JA010690, 15 December 2004.
  184. Spatial and temporal cusp structures observed by multiple spacecraft and ground observations, K.J. Trattner, S.A. Fuselier, T.K. Yeoman, C. Carlson, W.K. Peterson,A. Korth, H. Reme, J.A. Sauvaud and N. Dubouloz, appearing in “Surveys in Geophysics”, edited by Ted Fritz, Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media B.V.,DOI: 10.1007/s10712-005-1883-3, Volume 26, Numbers 1-3, pp 281 – 305, January 2005.
  185. Latitude-energy structure of multiple ion beamlets in Polar/TIMAS data in plasma sheet boundary layer and boundary plasma sheet below 6 R_E radial distance: basic properties and statistical analysis, P. Janhunen, A. Olsson, W.K. Peterson, and J.D. Menietti, Annales Geophysicae, Vol. 23, pp.867-876, 30-3-2005.
  186. Estimates of the suprathermal O + outflow characteristic energy and relative location in the auroral oval,L. Andersson, W.K. Peterson, and K.M. McBryde, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L09104, doi:10.1029/2004GL021434, 2005
  187. Ionospheric plasmas in the ring current, T.E. Moore, M-C. Fok, M.O. Chandler, S.-H. Chen, S.P. Christon, D.C. Delcourt, J. Fedder, M. Liemohn, W.K. Peterson, S. Slinker, Geophys. Mono. Ser., 159, Am. Geophys. Res., ISBN 0-87590-424-6, p.179, 2005.
  188. HEUVAC: a new high resolution solar EUV proxy model, P.G. Richards, T.N. Woods, and W.K. Peterson,Advances in Space Research 37 (2006) 315-322.
  189. The Electronic Geophysical Year 2007-08, A.S. Rodger, D.N. Baker, C. Barton, and W.K. Peterson, International Heliophysical Year: Proceedings of the first European General Assembly, C. Braind Editor, published by Observatorie de Paris-Meudon, 2006.
  190. Role of plasma waves in Mars’ atmospheric loss, R.E. Ergun, L. Andersson, W. K. Peterson, D. Brain, G. T. Delory, D. L. Mitchell, R. P. Lin, and A. W. Yau , Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L14103, doi:10.1029/2006GL025785, 2006.
  191. Quiet time solar illumination effects on the fluxes and characteristic energies of ionospheric outflow, W.K. Peterson, H.L. Collin, O.W. Lennartsson and A.W. Yau, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A11S05, doi:10.1029/2005JA011596, 2006.
  192. Tracing the location of the reconnection site from the northern and southern cusps, K.J. Trattner, S.M. Petrinec, W.K. Peterson and S.A. Fuselier,J. Geophys. Res., 111, A11211, doi:10.1029/2006JA011673, 2006.
  193. Photoelectron flux variations observed from the FAST satellite,W.K Peterson, T.N. Woods, P.C. Chamberlin, and P.G. Richards, Adv. Space Res. 42, 947-956 (2008), doi:10.1016/j.asr.2007.08.038.
  194. The Polar Wind: Recent observations, A.W. Yau, T. Abe, and W.K. Peterson, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 60 (2007) 1936-1983.
  195. History of kinetic Polar Wind models and early observations,J.F. Lemaire, W.K. Peterson, T. Chang, R.W. Schunk, A.R. Barakat, H.G. Demars, and G.V. Khazanov, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 60 (2007) 1901-1935.
  196. Chromospheric heating by the Farley-Buneman instability, J.M. Fontenla, W.K.Peterson, and J. Harder Astronomy and Astrophysics, 480, 839-846 2008 DOI:10.1051/0004-6361:20078517.
  197. Model/Data Comparisons of Ionospheric Outflow as a Function of Invariant Latitude and Magnetic Local Time,R.M. Winglee, W.K. Peterson, A.W. Yau, E. Harnett, and A. Stickle, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A06220, doi:10.1029/2007JA012817, 2008.
  198. The Electronic Geophysical Year(2007-2008): eScience for the 21st Centruy, Emily CoBabe-Ammann, W.K.Peterson, Daniel Baker, Peter Fox, and Charles Barton, The Leading Edge, 26, 1294, 2007.
  199. Measured and modeled backscatter of ionospheric photoelectron fluxess, P.G. Richards and W.K.Peterson, J. Geophys. Res.113, A08321 doi:10.1029/2008JA013092, 2008.
  200. Solar-minimum quiet-time ion energization and outflow in dynamic boundary related coordinates, W.K. Peterson, L. Andersson, B.C. Callahan, H.L. Collin, J.D. Scudder, and A.W. Yau, J. Geophys. Res.113, A07222, doi:10.1029/2008JA013059, 2008.
  201. Temporal and spectral variations of the photoelectron flux and solar irradiance during an X class solar flare,W.K. Peterson, P.C. Chamberlin, T.N. Woods, andP.G. Richards, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L12102, doi:10.1029/2008GL033746, 2008.
  202. XUV Photometer System (XPS): Improved solar irradiance algorithm using Chianti spectral models,Thomas N. Woods, Phillip C. Chamberlin, W.K. Peterson, Robert R. Meier, Phil G. Richards, Douglas J. Strickland, Gang Lu, Liying Qian, Stanley C. Solomon, B.A. Iijima, A.J. Mannucci, B.T. Tsurutani, Solar Physics, DOI:10.1007/s1207-008-9196-6s 2008.
  203. Geomagnetic activity dependence of O+ in transit from the ionosphere, W.K.Peterson, L. Andersson, B. Callahan, S.R. Elkington, R.W. Winglee, J.D. Scudder,and H.L. Collin, J. Atmos. Solar Terr. Phys., 71, 1623, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2008.11.003.
  204. Informatics and the 2007-2008 ElectronicGeophysical Year, D.N. Baker, C.E. Barton, W.K. Peterson, and P. Fox, EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 89, No. 48, 25 November, 2008, pages485-486.
  205. Photoelectrons as a toolto evaluate spectral variations in solar EUV irradiance over solar cycle time scales, W.K. Peterson, E.N. Stavros, P.G. Richards, P.C. Chamberlin, T.N. Woods, S.M. Bailey, and S.C. Solomon (2009), J. Geophys. Res., 114, A10304, doi:10.1029/2009JA014362.
  206. Cuspenergetic ions as tracers for particle transport into the magnetosphere, K.J.Trattner, S.M. Petrinec, S.A. Fuselier, W.K. Peterson, and R. Friedel, (2010), J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2009/JA014919.
  207. Open access to digital information:Opportunities and challenges identified during the Electronic Geophysical Year,W.K. Peterson, Data Science Journal, 8, S108, 2010, doi:10.2481/dsj.IGY-002
  208. Vertical thermal O+ flows at 850 km indynamic auroral boundary coordinates, Robert Redmon, W.K. Peterson, L. Andersson, E. Kihn, W.F. Denig, Marc,Hariston, and W. Coley, J.Geophys. Res., 115, A00J08, 2010. doi:2010JA015589
  209. Geophysical Research Letters: New policies improve top-cited geosciences journal, E. Calais, N. Diffenbaugh, P. D’Odorico, R. Harris, W.Knorr, B. Lavraud, A. Mueller, W.K. Peterson, E. Rignot, M. Srokosz, P. Strutton, G. Tyndall, M. Wysession, and P. Williams, EOS, V.91, #38,21 September 2010, p. 337.
  210. Influences of the Ionosphere, Thermosphere, and Magnetosphere on Ion Outflows, A.W. Yau, W.K. Peterson, and T. Abe, Article in “The Dynamic Magnetosphere,” Q.Liu, and M. Fujimoto (eds.) IAGA Special Sopron Book Series 3, doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0501-2_16, Springer, p283, 2011.
  211. The Electronic Geopysical Year (eGY), Willaim.K. Peterson, D.N. Baker, C.E. Barton, P. Fox, M. Parsons, and Emily A. CoBabe-Ammann, The Encyclopedia of Solar Earth Geophysics, Harsh Gupta, Editor, Springer, 2011, doi:10.1007/978-90-481-8702-7_199
  212. Sources of plasma in the high altitude cusp, W.K. Peterson and K.J. Trattner, Journal of Atmos. and Solar Terr. Phys, 87-88, 1-10, 2012, doi:10.1016/jastp.2001.07.001.
  213. Solar EUV and XUV energy input to thermosphere on solar rotation time scales derived from photoelectron observations,W.K. Peterson, T.N. Woods, J.M. Fontenla, P.G. Richards, P.C. Chamberlin, S.C. Solomon, W.K. Tobiska and H.P. Warren, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A5, doi:10.1029/2011JA017382, 2012
  214. A global comparison of O+ upward flows at 850 km and outflow rates at 6000 km during non storm times, R.J. Redmon, W.K. Peterson, L. Andersson, and W.F. Denig, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A4, doi:10.1029/2011JA017390, 2012
  215. Transport of Thermal-energy Ionospheric Oxygen (O+) Ions between 1 the Ionosphere and the Plasma Sheet and Ring Current at Quiet Times Preceding Magnetic Storms, A.W. Yau, Andrew Howarth, W.K. Peterson, and Takumi Abe,J. Geophys. Res., 117, A7, doi:10.1029/2012JA017803, 2012
  216. The Role of Quiet-time Ionospheric Plasma in the Storm-time Inner Magnetosphere, A.W. Yau, Andrew Howarth, W.K. Peterson, and Takumi Abe, 10.1029/2012GM001325, in Dynamics of the Earth’s Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol 199, edited by D.Summers, I.R. Mann, D.N.Baker,and M.Schulz, pp.329-339, AGU, Washington, D.C. 2012.
  217. Dawnward shift of the dayside O outflow distribution: The importance of field line history in O escape from the ionosphere, R. J. Redmon, W. K. Peterson, L. Andersson, and P. G. Richards, J. Geophys. Res., 117, A12, doi:10.1029/2012JA018145, 2012
  218. Correlations between variations in Solar EUV and soft X­‐ray irradiance and photoelectron
    energy spectra observed on Mars and Earth
    W.K. Peterson, D.A. Brain, D.L. Mitchell, S.M. Bailey, and P.C. Chamberlin,J. Geophys. Res., 2013 doi:10.1002/2013JA019251
  219. An assessment of the role of soft electron precipitation in global ion upwelling, R.J. Redmon, W.K. Peterson, Laila Andersson, P.G. Richards, and A.W. Yau, J. Geophys. Res. 2014 doi: 10.1002/2014JA020061

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1)  Electron conic distributions produced by solar ionizing radiation, W.K. Peterson, D.L. Brain, A.W. Yau, and P.G. Richards, Submitted to Advances in Space Research.


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