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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 2009-12
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Correlation study of plasmasheet ions with solar wind and geomagnetic conditions

ZHENG Ling,FU Sui-Yan ,WANG Yong-Fu,HE Jian-Sen,YANG Biao School of Earth and Space Sciences,Peking University ,Beijing 100871,China  
Observations obtained from CIS/CODIF and RAPID instrument onboard Cluster are used to investigate the temporal behavior of H~+ and O~+ ions in the storm time plasmasheet and the relationship between plasmasheet ions and solar wind conditions.It is fpund that:(1) The number density of O~+ ions (0~40 keV) is quite low before SSC,and increases slowly as Dst decreases,reaching its peak value at the vicinity of Dst minimum.The density of H~+ ions enhances greatly shortly before SSC,and decreases sharply after SSC.It keeps at a relatively low level during the whole main phase and recovery phase.Fluxes of energetic H+ and O~+ ions enhance greatly after SSC and reach their maximum values before their low energy counterparts. It implies that ions injected into ring current at early storm time are mainly H~+ ions and only at later times O~+ ions could significantly affect the ring current.(2) During geomagnetic active times,solar wind pressure,density and electric field are positively correlated with simultaneous H~+ and O~+ number density in the plasma sheet.The dependence of H~+ number density on solar wind parameters is stronger under northward IMF (Interplanetary Magnetic Field),while O~+ number density favors southward IMF.During geomagnetic quiet times, there is no clear evidence for a correlation between solar wind conditions and ions in the plasmasheet.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(40425004);; 国家重点基础研究发展计划(2006CB806305)项目资助.
【CateGory Index】: P353.8
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