Theodore A. Fritz

Born

June 25, 1939 in Kingsport, Tennessee, USA

Education

B.S. in Physics Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University [VA Tech] 1961
M.S. in Physics University of Iowa 1964
Ph.D. in Physics University of Iowa 1967

Family

Wife: Sarah L. (Schmidt) Fritz
Children:
Kimberly A. (Fritz) Giacobbe (b. 1969)
Deborah L. (Fritz) Leyden (b. 1970)
Gregory A. Fritz (b. 1972)

Positions Held

1992 - present Professor, Department of Astronomy
and Center for Space Physics
Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts
1995 - present Professor (Affiliated), Department of
Electrical and Computer Engineering
1999 - present Professor (Affiliated), Department of
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
2007 - present Professor, Photonics Center
1982 - 1993 Staff Member Space Science and Technology Division
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos, New Mexico
1991 - 1993 SST-Division Office
1987 - 1991 Deputy Group Leader
1971 - 1982 Research Physicist NOAA/ERL/Space Environment Laboratory
Boulder, Colorado
1978 [summer] Visiting Scientist Max Planck Institut für Aeronomie
Katlenburg/Lindau, Germany
1973 [Feb.73-Jan.74] Visiting Scientist
1970 - 1971 Post-Doctoral Associate NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, Maryland
1968 - 1969 Post-Doctoral Fellow National Research Council of Canada
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
1967 - 1968 Research Associate Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
1965 - 1967 NASA/Graduate Trainee
1961 - 1965 Graduate Assistant

Relevant Experience:

Experimenter and Satellite Operations Manager University of Iowa Satellite Injun 3
Co-Investigator University of Iowa Experiment on NASA/OGO-4 satellite
Co-Investigator Solid State Detectors Experiment on University of Iowa Satellite Injun 5
Principal Investigator NOAA-GSFC Low Energy Proton Experiment on NASA/ATS-6
Investigator GSFC Low Energy Proton Experiment on NASA/S3-A (Explorer 45) satellite
Principal Investigator NOAA/SEL Low Altitude Heavy Ion (LAHI) Experiment on DoD satellite P72-1
Principal Investigator NOAA/SEL Low Energy Proton Experiment (Expt 17D) on DoD SOLRAD HI
Co-Investigator Joint NOAA-SEL - MPI/Lindau, Germany Medium Energy Particles Experiment on the NASA/ESRO ISEE A and B Spacecraft
Technical Consultant The Joint NASA/NOAA TIROS-N Space Environment Monitoring package particle instrumentation
Co-Investigator The Proton/Electron Detectors (PED) experiment on the NASA Electrodynamics Explorers A B spacecrafts (Program cancelled 1977)
Principal Investigator Charge Composition Studies Throughout the Magnetosphere/Ionosphere System, NASA funded program, 1975 - 1977
Investigator Medium Energy Proton Telescope on the US DoD SCATHA satellite
Co-Investigator Jovian Orbiter Magnetospheric Particles Instrument (JOMPI, later EPD experiment) on the NASA Jupiter Orbiter/Probe Galileo Mission
Principal Investigator Studies of the Composition of the Hot Plasmas in the Magnetosphere, NASA funded program, 1977 - 1979
Principal Investigator Investigation of a novel time-of-flight solid state detector technique for improved energetic particle composition measurements, NASA funded program, 1979 - 1981
Principal Investigator Charge and Mass Magnetospheric Ion Composition Experiment for the NASA/Origin of Plasma in the Earth's Neighborhood (OPEN) and NASA/ISTP and GGS Programs, being flown on the Polar satellite
Co-Principal Investigator The Source of Long-Period Geomagnetic pulsations with T. W. Speiser, Univ.of Colorado, National Science Foundation funded program, 1982 - 1985.
Investigator Heavy Ion Telescope portion of the V3 Energetic Particles Experiment on the Swedish National satellite, VIKING 1984 - 1985
Investigator and Project High Mass Sensor B on the Joint Manager NASA/USAF Combined Release and Radiation Effects (CRRES) Satellite
Co-Investigator Energetic Particle (HEPOS) Experiment on the Japan national satellite, OPEN-J
Co-Investigator Comprehensive Energetic Particle Pitch Angle Distribution (CEPPAD) Experiment for the NASA/OPEN and NASA/ISTP and GGS Programs being flown on the Polar satellite
Lead Investigator Imaging Electron Spectrometer Component of the Research with Adaptive Particle Imaging Detectors(RAPID) experiment on the ESA CLUSTER mission
Principal Investigator Solid State Detector Instrument for the Beams Aboard a Rocket (BEAR) Project at LANL
Co-Investigator Responsible for two energetic electron sensors on the joint NASA/Norwegian PULSAUR II Rocket launched on February 9, 1994
Principal Investigator Loss Cone Imager, an experiment to measure energetic electrons in the Earth's radiation belt as part of the US Air Force DSX satellite project, 2005-2013
Principal Investigator University Nanosat Program #5, a program to fund the development of a very small satellite at Boston University utilizing student efforts funded by the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research, 2007-2009.
Principal Investigator University Nanosat Program #7, 2011-2013. Coupled with this satellite program there were two projects accepted by NASA involving testing portions of the satellite on a series of microgravity flights from the NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX and a very high altitude balloon flight from Fort Sumner, NM.

Organizational Memberships:

Professional Activities:

Invited Talks

  1. Observations from Explorer 45", presented at the Earth's Particles and Fields Summer Advanced Study Institute held at Sheffield, England, August 13-14, 1973.
  2. Particle Measurements with the S3 Satellite", presented at the European Geophysical Society Symposium on Plasma Instabilities and Wave Particle Interactions in the Magnetosphere held at Trieste, Italy, September 23-25, 1974.
  3. Heavy Ions", Presented at the Magnetospheric Particles and Fields-1975 Summer Advanced Study School held at Graz, Austria, August 4-5, 1975.
  4. Ion Composition", presented at the International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISSTP) held at Boulder, CO, June 7-18, 1976.
  5. Observations of Energetic Heavy Ions Trapped in the Earth's Magnetosphere", presented at the VII MPAE Lindau Workshop on Ionic Composition held at Lindau, West Germany, August 26-29, 1980.
  6. Magnetospheric Boundary Phenomena and Large Scale Field Line Topologies", presented at the Joint US-Japan Seminar on Wave-Particle Interactions in Space Plasmas held at Kyoto, Japan, March 16-21, 1981.
  7. Geomagnetically Trapped Energetic Heavy Ions and Their Implications for Theory", presented at the 4th General Assembly of the International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy held in Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3-15,1981.
  8. Particles of Solar Wind Origin", presented at the 1982Yosemite Conference on the Origins of Plasmas and Electric Fields in the Magnetosphere held in Yosemite, CA, January 25-29, 1982.
  9. Energetic Particle Sounding at the Magnetopause and Implications for Reconnection", presented at the American Geophysical Union Annual Spring Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 31-June 4, 1982.
  10. "Energetic Particle Observations During the CDAW 6 Substorm Event of March 22, 1979", presented at the 18th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics held in Hamburg, Germany, August 15-27, 1983.
  11. "The Imaging Electron Spectrometer" presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on "Measurement Techniques in Space Plasmas – What works and what doesn't" held in Santa Fe, NM April 3-7, 1995.
  12. "Big Picture: Significant New Results From ISTP/GGS", Topical Research in Space Physics Advanced Seminar Series, Center for Space Physics, Boston University on May 9, 1996.
  13. "A model for the high latitude isotropic boundary" presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena held in Longyearbyen, Svalbard [Norway] June 4-13, 1997.
  14. "An Energetic Particle Perspective of Magnetospheric Boundaries" presented as a seminar at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM on July 30, 1997.
  15. "An Energetic Particle Perspective of Magnetospheric Boundaries" presented as a seminar at the Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany on August 21, 1997.
  16. "The role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetosphere Particles: A New Paradigm?", Topical Research in Space Physics Advanced Seminar Series, Center for Space Physics, Boston University on January 15, 1998.
  17. "The Role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetospheric Particles: A New Paradigm?" presented at the Physics Department of the University or Alaska, Fairbanks, AK at the Auditorium of the Elvery Bldg. on February 19, 1999.
  18. "The Role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetospheric Particles: A New Paradigm?" seminar present to the Swedish Institute for Space Physics (IRF), Kiruna, Sweden on March 23, 1999.
  19. "The Role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetospheric Particles: A New Paradigm?" Topical Research in Space Physics Advanced Seminar Series, Center for Space Physics, Boston University on May 6, 1999.
  20. "Polar Energetic Particles: Do we have a new paradigm for the Magnetosphere?", Seminar presented to the Skobeltsyn Institute for Nuclear Physics of the Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia on September 15, 1999.
  21. "Polar Energetic Particles: Do we have a new paradigm for the Magnetosphere?", Seminar presented to the Space Physics Institute (IKI) of the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow, Russia on September 16, 1999 .
  22. "The Role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetospheric Particles: A New Paradigm?", University of new Hampshire, Durham, NH on October 28, 1999.
  23. "The Role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetospheric Particles: A New Paradigm" seminar presented in Building 2 of the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD on January 20, 2000.
  24. "The Cusp as a Source of Magnetospheric Energetic Particles, Currents and Electric Fields: A New Paradigm", Los Alamos National Laboratory NIS-2 Seminar, February 29, 2000.
  25. "Energy Dispersion Events In The Vicinity Of The Cusp", Symposium ST13. The high latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere, EGS meeting, Nice, France, April 28, 2000 [joint with Maria Karra]
  26. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway, July 11, 2000.
  27. "Models and experimental data for the stable trapping region of the earth’s magnetosphere", COPSAR Symposium PSRB1 on Radiation Belt Models for Solar Maximum held during the 33rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Warsaw, Poland, July 16-23, 2000
  28. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", Finish Meteorological Institute Seminar, Helsinski, Finland, August 14, 2000.
  29. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy Seminar, Kathlenburg-Lindau, Germany, August 22, 2000.
  30. "Energetic Particles and in the Equatorial Magnetosphere-New Insights", Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy Seminar, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany, August 23, 2000.
  31. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom, August 31, 2000.
  32. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom, September 1, 2000.
  33. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", Instituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario, Frescati, Italy, September 11, 2000.
  34. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", National University of Ireland at Maynooth, Maynooth, Ireland, September 18, 2000.
  35. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", University of Iowa at Iowa City, Iowa, October 13, 2000.
  36. "Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, January 12, 2001.
  37. "Sabbatical Science: Energetic Particles and the Magnetospheric Cusps", Boston University Center for Space Physics seminar, April 19, 2001
  38. "Evidence for a Cusp Source of Upstream Energetic Particles", Section SH01 at the Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 2002
  39. " Energetic Particles in the Polar Cusps and their Impact on the Earth’s Magnetosphere" at the Conference on Sun-Earth Connections: Multiscale Coupling in Sun-Earth Processes, Convenors: A. T. Y. Lui and Y. Kamide, held in Kona, Hawaii, February 9-13, 2004
  40. "The Magnetospheric Cusps", given at the symposium to honor Prof. Finn Soraas on his retirement in Bergen, Norway on April 22, 2005.

Publications

  1. Fritz, T.A., "The passive magnetic orientation of satellite Injun 3," U.of Iowa Res. Rept. 65-21, 41 pgs., 1965.
  2. Fritz, Theodore A., and Donald A. Gurnett, "Diurnal and latitudinal effects observed for 10 keV electrons at low satellite altitudes," J. Geophys. Res., 79, 2485, 1965.
  3. Krimigis, S.M., T.P. Armstrong, T.A. Fritz, B.A. Randall, A.L. Burns, P.C. Cullum, and D.M. Clancy, "Injun V SSD experiment document," U. of Iowa Res. Rept. 66-44, 152 pgs., 1966.
  4. Fritz, Theodore A., "Spectral, spatial, and temporal variations observed for outer zone electrons from 10 to 1000 keV with satellite Injun3," U. of Iowa Res. Rept. 67-42, 194 pgs., 1967.
  5. Fritz, Theodore A., "The high latitude outer zone boundary region for 40keV electrons as observed by satellite Injun 3 during geomagnetically quiet periods," J. Geophys. Res., 73, 7245, 1968.
  6. Fritz, T.A. and S.M. Krimigis, "Initial observations of geomagnetically trapped protons and alpha particles with 0G0-4," J. Geophys. Res.,74, 5132, 1969.
  7. Fritz, Theodore A., "Study of the high-latitude, outer zone boundary region for 40 keV electrons with satellite Injun3," J. Geophys. Res., 75, 5387, 1970.
  8. Krimigis, S.M., P. Verzariu, J.A. Van Allen, T.P. Armstrong, T.A. Fritz, and B.A. Randall, "Trapped energetic nuclei Z>3 in the earth's outer radiation zone", J. Geophys. Res., 75, 4210, 1970.
  9. Fritz, T.A. and D.J. Williams, "Initial observations of geomagnetically trapped alpha particles at the equator", J. Geophys. Res., 78, 4719, 1973. [Also published as NOAA Tech memo ERL-SEL-20, 1972]
  10. Konradi, A., D.J. Williams, and T.A. Fritz, "Energy spectra and pitch angle distributions of storm-time and substorm injected protons," J. Geophys. Res., 78, 4739, 1973.
  11. Williams, D.J., T.A. Fritz, and A. Konradi, "Observations of proton spectra (1.0<Ep<300 keV) and pitch angle distributions at the plasmapause," J. Geophys. Res., 78, 4751, 1973. [Also published as NOAA Tech Memo ERL-SEL-21,1972]
  12. Fritz, T.A., P.H. Smith, D.J. Williams, R.A. Hoffman, and L.J. Cahill, "Initial observations of magnetospheric boundaries by Explorer 45(S3)," In: Correlated Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Observations, D.E. Page, Ed., pp.485-506, Dordrecht-Holland, D.Reidel, 1974.
  13. Fritz, T.A., "The pitch angle distribution of > 40keV electrons," In: Magnetospheric Physics, B.M.McCormac, Ed., pp.105-116, Dordrecht-Holland, D.Reidel, 1974.
  14. Fritz, T.A., D.J. Williams, P.H. Smith, R.A. Hoffman, J.N. Barfield,and A. Konradi, "Particle entry into the ring current region of the equatorial magnetosphere," In: Space Research XIV, pp.301-308, Akademie-Verlag, Berlin, 1974.
  15. Wilken, B. and T.A. Fritz, "The response of very thin semiconductor detectors to heavy ions, I. Protons and Alpha particles," Nuclear Inst. and Methods, 121, 365, 1974.
  16. Williams, D.J., J.N. Barfield, and T.A. Fritz, "Initial Explorer 45 substorm observations and electric field considerations", J. Geophys. Res., 79, 554, 1974. [Also published as NOAA Tech Memo ERL SEL-25, 1973]
  17. Berko, F.W., L.J. Cahill, Jr., and T.A. Fritz, "Protons as the prime contributors to the storm time ring current," J. Geophys. Res., 80, 3549, 1975.
  18. Fritz, T.A. and J.R. Cessna, "ATS-6 NOAA low energy proton experiment," IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, AES-11, No.6, 1145, 1975.
  19. Fritz, T.A. and D.J. Williams, "Wave and particle observations by Explorer 45 pertaining to wave-particle interactions," J. Geophysics, 41, 551, 1975.
  20. Hoffman, R.A., L.J. Cahill, Jr., R.R. Anderson, N.C. Maynard, P.H. Smith, T.A. Fritz, D.J. Williams, A. Konradi, and D.A. Gurnett, "Explorer 45(S3-A) observations of the magnetosphere and magnetopause during the August4--6, 1972 magnetic storm period," J. Geophys. Res., 80, 4287, 1975.
  21. Konradi, A., C.L. Semar, and T.A. Fritz, "Substorm injected protons and electrons and the injection boundary model," J. Geophys. Res., 80, 543, 1975.
  22. Fritz, T.A., "Ion composition," In: Physics of Solar Planetary Environments, D.J. Williams, ed., pp.716-729, Washington, D.C., American Geophysical Union, 1976.
  23. Fritz, T.A. and Berend Wilken, "Substorm generated fluxes of heavy ions at the geostationary orbit," In: Magnetospheric Particles and Fields, B.M. McCormac, ed., pp.171-179, Dordrecht-Holland, D.Reidel,1976.
  24. Konradi, A., C.L. Semar, and T.A. Fritz, "Injection boundary dynamics during a geomagnetic storm", J. Geophys. Res., 81, 2701, 1976.
  25. Smith, P.H., R.A. Hoffman, and T.A. Fritz, "Ring current proton decay by charge exchange," J. Geophys. Res., 81, 2701, 1976.
  26. Su, Shin-Yi, T.A. Fritz, and A. Konradi, "Repeated sharp flux dropouts observed at 6.6 RE during a geomagnetic storm", J. Geophys. Res., 81, 245, 1976.
  27. McKinnon, J.A. and T.A. Fritz, "S3 Solid State Proton Experiment, Part II. Mean energy of a finite energy passband," NOAA Tech. Memorandum, ERL-SEL-44, 1976.
  28. McKinnon, J.A. and T.A. Fritz, "ATS-6 NOAA Solid State Proton Experiment: Mean energy of a finite energy passband", NOAA Tech. Memorandum, ERL-SEL-45, 1976.
  29. Wilken, Berend and T.A. Fritz, "Energy distribution functions of low energy heavy ions in silicon absorbers measured for large relative energy losses", Nuc. Inst. and Meth., 138, 331, 1976.
  30. Su, S.-Y., A. Konradi, T.A. Fritz, "On the propagation direction of ring current proton ULF waves observed by ATS-6 at 6.6 RE," J. Geophys. Res. , 82, 1859, 1977.
  31. Fritz, T.A., C.W. Arthur, J.B. Blake, J.P. Corrigan, P.J. Coleman, Jr., W.D. Cummings, S.E. DeForest, K.N. Erickson, A. Konradi, W. Lennartsson, A.J. Masley, B.H. Mauk, C.E. McIlwain, R.L. McPherron, G.A. Paulikas, K.A. Pfitzer, D.L. Resaoner, P.R. Satterblom, S.-Y. Su, R.J. Walker, E.C. Whipple, Jr., B. Wilken, and J.R. Winckler,"Significant initial results from the Environmental Measurements Experiments on ATS-6," NASA Tech. Paper 1101, 1977.
  32. Fritz, T.A.and W.N. Spjeldvik, "Observations of energetic radiation belt helium ions at the geomagnetic equator during quiet conditions", J. Geophys. Res., 83, 2579, 1978.
  33. Spjeldvik, W.N. and T.A. Fritz, "Energetic ionized helium in the quiet time radiation belts: Theory and comparison with observations," J. Geophys. Res. , 83, 654, 1978.
  34. Spjeldvik, W.N. and T.A. Fritz, "Theory for charge state of energetic oxygen ions in the earth's radiation belts," J. Geophys. Res., 83, 1583, 1978.
  35. Spjeldvik, W.N. and T.A.Fritz, "Composition of hot plasmas in the inner magnetosphere: Observations and theoretical analysis of protons, helium ions, and oxygen ions", In: Space Research VIII, ed. by M.J. Rycroft and A.C. Strickland, pp.317-320, Oxford, Eng., Pergamon Press, 1978.
  36. Spjeldvik, W.N. and T.A. Fritz, "Quiet time observations of equatorially trapped megaelectronvolt radiation belt ions with nuclear charge Z>4," J. Geophys. Res., 83, 4401, 1978.
  37. Fritz, T.A. and W.N. Spjeldvik, "Simultaneous quiet time observations of energetic radiation belt protons and helium ions: The equatorial α/p ratio near 1 MeV," J. Geophys. Res., 84, 2608, 1979.
  38. Wilken B., T.A. Fritz, A. Korth, G. Kremser, "Substorm-associated injections of energetic ions observed by GEOS-1 and ATS-6 in and near synchronous altitude," In: Advances in Magnetospheric Physics with GEOS-1 and ISEE, K. Knott, A. Durney, and K. Ogilvie, ed., pp.327-337, Dordrecht-Holland, D.Reidel, 1979. [Also published Space Science Review, 22, 647, 1978.]
  39. Williams, D., J., E. Keppler, T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, and G. Wibberenz, "The ISEE-1 and 2 medium energy particles experiment," ISEE Trans. on Geoscience Electronics, GE-16, No.3, 1978.
  40. Williams, D.J., T.A. Fritz, E. Keppler, B. Wilken, and G. Wibberenz, "Three-dimensional energetic ion observations and the tangential magnetopause electric field," In: Advances in Magnetospheric Physics with GEOS-1and ISEE, K. Knott, A. Durney, and K. Ogilvie, ed., pp.485-491, Dordrecht-Holland, D.Reidel, 1979. [Also published Space Science Review, 22, 805, 1978].
  41. Singer, H.J., C.T. Russell, T.A. Fritz, W. Lennartsson, "The spatial structure of PC 3, 4, and 5 pulsations near the magnetospheric equator," J. Geophys. Res., 6, 889, 1979.
  42. Su, S.-Y., A. Konradi, and T.A. Fritz, "On the energy-dependent modulation of the ULF ion flux oscillations observed at small pitch angles," J. Geophys. Res., 84, 6510, 1979.
  43. Wilken, B., A. Korth, G. Kremser, T.A. Fritz, "Multiple satellite observations of large scale trapping boundary motion," In: Proceedings of Magnetospheric Boundary Layers Conference, Alpbach, Austria 11-15 June1979, ESA SP-148, 161, 1979.
  44. Williams, D.J., T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, and E. Keppler, "An energetic particle perspective of the magnetopause," J. Geophys. Res., 84, 6385, 1979.
  45. Konradi, A., T.A. Fritz, and S.-Y. Su, "Time-averaged fluxes of heavy ions at the geostationary orbit," J. Geophys. Res., 85, 5149, 1980.
  46. Su, S.-Y., R.L. McPherron, A. Konradi, and T.A. Fritz, "Observations of ULF oscillations in the ion fluxes at small pitch angles with ATS-6," J. Geophys. Res., 85, 515, 1980.
  47. Fritz, T.A., and W.N. Spjeldvik, "Steady-state observations of geomagnetically trapped energetic heavy ions and their implications for theory," Planet. Space Sci., 29, (No.11), 1169-1193, 1981.
  48. Spjeldvik, W.N., and T.A. Fritz, "Discovery of ions with nuclear charge Z >9 stably trapped in the earth's radiation belts", Planet. Space Sci., 29 (No.11) 1227-1234, 1981.
  49. Spjeldvik, W.N., and T.A. Fritz," Energetic heavy ions with nuclear charge 4 in the equatorial radiation belts of the earth: Magnetic storms," J. Geophys. Res. , 86, 2349, 1981.
  50. Spjeldvik, W.N., and T.A. Fritz, "Energetic ion and electron observations of the geomagnetic plasma sheet boundary layer: 3-dimensional results from ISEE-1," J. Geophys. Res., 86, 2480, 1981.
  51. Spjeldvik, W.N., and T.A. Fritz, "Observation of ions with nuclear charge Z >9 in the inner magnetosphere," J. Geophys. Res. , 86, 7749, 1981.
  52. Spjeldvik, W.N. and T.A. Fritz, "Observations of energetic radiation belt helium ions at the geomagnetic equator during quiet conditions," J. Geophys. Res. , 86, 2579, 1981.
  53. Su, S.-Y., A. Konradi, T.A. Fritz, "Preserved signatures of ion flux modulations observed with ATS-6", J. Geophys. Res., 86 (No.A13), 1167-1172, 1981.
  54. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Kaye, M.G. Kivelson, T.E. Moore, W. Studemann, A.J. Masley, P.H. Smith and A.L. Vampola, "Observation and modeling of energetic particles at synchronous orbit," J. Geophys. Res., 87, (No.A8), 5917, 1982.
  55. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, "The July 19, 1977 Magnetic Storm: Observations and modeling of energetic particles at synchronous orbit, " in The IMS Source Book, (ed. by C. Russell and D. Southwood) pp.259-263, AGU Press, Washington, DC, 1982.
  56. Daly, P.W. and T.A. Fritz, "Trapped electron distributions on open magnetic field lines," J. Geophys. Res., 87 (No.A8) 6081, 1982.
  57. Fritz, T.A., and S.C. Fahnenstiel, "High temporal resolution energetic particle soundings of the magnetopause on November 8, 1977 using ISEE-2," J. Geophys. Res., 87 (No.A4), 2125, 1982.
  58. Fritz, T.A., D.J. Williams, G. Paschmann, C.T. Russell and W.N. Spjeldvik,"The magnetopause as sensed by energetic particles, magnetic field, and plasma measurements on November 20, 1977," J. Geophys. Res. , 87(No.A4), 2133, 1982.
  59. Fritz, T.A., and C. Arthur Neeley, "Geostationary satellites ATS-6 and SMS/GOES: Description, position, and data availability during the IMS," in The IMS Source Book (ed. by C. Russell and D. Southwood), pp.53-64, AGU Press, Washington, DC, 1982.
  60. Fritz, T.A., and W.N. Spjeldvik, "Pitch angle distributions of geomagnetically trapped MeV helium ions during quiet times," J. Geophys. Res., 87 (No.A7), 5095, 1982.
  61. Manka, R.H., T.A. Fritz, R.G. Johnson, R.A. Wolf, M.J. Teague, J.I. Vette, "Overview of the IMS July 19, 1977 magnetic storm analysis," J. Geophys. Res., 87 (No.A8), 5871, 1982.
  62. Manka, R.H., T.A. Fritz, R.G. Johnson, R.A. Wolf, M.J. Teague, J.I. Vette, "Status of IMS workshops - CDAW2: July 29, 1977", in The IMS Source Book, (ed. by C. Russell and D. Southwood), pp.246-155, AGU Press, Washington, DC, 1982.
  63. Scholer, M., P.W. Daly, G. Paschmann, T.A. Fritz, "Field line topology determined by energetic particles during a possible magnetopause reconnection event," J. Geophys. Res. , 87 (No.A8), 6073, 1982.
  64. Wilken, B., C.K. Goertz, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and T.A. Fritz, "The SSC on July 29, 1977 and its propagation within the magnetosphere," J. Geophy. Res. , 87 (No.A8), 5901, 1982.
  65. Wilken, B., T.A. Fritz, and W. Studemann, "Experimental techniques for ion composition measurements in space," Nuc. Inst. Meth., 196,161, 1982 (Also published in Nuclear Radiation Detectors (ed.by H.Kamitsubo,H.Husimi, and T.Doke) North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp.161-168, 1982).
  66. Saunders, M.A., D.J. Southwood, T.A. Fritz, and E.W. Hones Jr., "Hydromagnetic Vortices, 1, The 11[th] December 1977 event," Planet. Spa. Sci., Vol.31, 1099, 1983.
  67. Spjeldvik, W.N. and T.A. Fritz, "Experimental determination of geomagnetically trapped energetic heavy ion fluxes," in Energetic Ion Composition in the Earth's Magnetosphere, (ed. by R.G. Johnson), Terra Publ. Co., Tokyo, pp.369-421, 1983.
  68. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, W. Lennartsson, "Implications of the 1100UT March 22, 1979 CDAW6 substorm event for the role of magnetic reconnection in the geomagnetic tail," in Magnetic Reconnection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas (ed. by E.W. Hones, Jr.), American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, pp.203-207, 1984.
  69. Fritz, T.A., and D.J. Williams, "Energetic particle sounding at the magnetopause and implications for magnetic reconnection," in Proc. Conf. Achievements of the IMS, 26-28 June 1984, Graz Austria ESA SP-217, 131, 1984.
  70. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, R.L. McPherron, D.H. Fairfield, Y. Kamide, and W. Baumjohann, "Magnetotail energy storage and release during the CDAW6 substorm analysis intervals," J. Geophys. Res., 90 (No.A2), 1205, 1985.
  71. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, W. Lennartsson, B. Wilken, H.W. Kroehl, and J. Birn, "The role of heavy ionospheric ions in the localization of substorm disturbances on March 22, 1979: CDAW-6," J. Geophys. Res.,90 (No.A2), 1273, 1985.
  72. Hones, E.W., Jr., T.A. Fritz, J. Birn, J. Cooney, and S.J. Bame, "Detailed observations of the plasma sheet during a substorm on April 24, 1979," J. Geophys. Res., 91 (No.A6), 6845, 1986.
  73. Hones, E.W. Jr., R.D. Zwickl, T.A. Fritz, and S.J. Bame, "Structural and dynamical aspects of the distant magnetotail determined from ISEE-3 plasma measurements", Planet. Space Sci., 34, No.10, pp.889--901, 1986.
  74. Kling, R., T.W. Speiser, T. Fritz, D.N. Baker, and H. Garcia, "Synoptic study of a large injection event," J. Geophys. Res., 91 (No.A1), 363, 1986.
  75. Studemann, W., B. Wilken, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and T.A. Fritz, "Multispacecraft observations at the compressed magnetopause following the 13 July 1982 interplanetary shock," Planet. Space Sci., 34 (No.9), 825-833, 1986.
  76. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, W.P. Olson, and K.A. Pfitzer, "Magnetospheric configuration and energetic particle effects associated with a SSC: A case study of the CDAW-6 event on March 22, 1979," J. Geophys. Res., 91 (No.A2), 1459, 1986.
  77. Fritz, Theodore A., "A possible role for ionospheric ions in triggering a geomagnetic substorm onset", Proc.21st ESLAB Symposium, Bolkesjo, Norway, ESA Special Publication 275, 9--82, 1987.
  78. Gillis, E.J., R. Rijnbeek, R. Kling, T.W. Speiser, and T.A. Fritz, "Do flux transfer events cause long-period micropulsations in the dayside magnetosphere?" J. Geophys. Res., 92 (No.A6), 5820--5826, 1987.
  79. Studemann, W., B. Wilken, G. Kremser, A. Korth, J.F. Fennell, B. Blake, R. Koga, D. Hall, D. Bryant, F. Soraas, K. Bronstad, T.A. Fritz, R. Lundin, G. Gloeckler, "The May 2-3, 1986 magnetic storm: First energetic ion composition observations with the MICS instrument on VIKING," Geophys. Res. Ltrs, 14 (No.4), 455-458, 1987.
  80. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Krimigis, D.G. Sibeck, and R.D. Zwickl, "Simultaneous energetic particle observations at geostationary orbit and in the upstream solar wind: Evidence for leakage during the magnetospheric compression event of November 1, 1984," J. Geophys. Res., , 93 (No.A12),14,317, 1988.
  81. Gillis, E.J., R. Rijnbeek, R. Kling, T.W. Speiser, and T.A. Fritz, "Reply," J. Geophys. Res., 93 (No.A4), 2765, 1988.
  82. Lin, N., R.L. McPherron, M.G. Kivelson, D.J. Williams, and T.A. Fritz, "Multi-point measurement of ULF wave phases using a multi-channel energetic ion detector," Advances in Space Research, (No. 9-10) pp 437-441, 1988.
  83. Wilken B., W.I. Axford, P. Daly, A. Korth, G. Kremser, W.H. Ip, V.M. Vasyliunas, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, L.R. Lyons, M. Schulz, H. Fischer, G. Wibberenz, H. Borg, B. Hultqvist, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, K. Mursula, P. Tanskanen, D. Hall, S. McKenna-Lawlor, F. Gliem, W. Rieck, M. Scholer, E.T. Sarris, "TheRAPID Experiment, in The CLUSTER Mission," ESA Special Publication--1103(ISNN 0379-6566) pp.85--94, 1988.
  84. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and P.A. Bernhardt, "A small scale plasmoid formed during the May 13 1985 AMPTE magnetotail barium release," J. Geophys. Res., 94 (No.A12), 17084, 1989.
  85. Cayton, T.E., R.D. Belian, S.P. Gary, T.A. Fritz, and D. N. Baker, "Energetic electron components at geosynchronous orbit," J. Geophys. Res., 16 (No.2), pp.147--150, 1989.
  86. Kokubun, S., K.N. Erickson, T.A. Fritz, and R.L. McPherron, "Local time asymmetry of Pc 4--5 pulsations and associated particle modulations at synchronous orbit," J. Geophys. Res., 94 (No.A6), 6607, 1989.
  87. Kettman, G., T.A. Fritz, and E.W. Hones, Jr., "CDAW-7 revisited: further evidence for the creation of a near-earth substorm neutral line," J. Geophys. Res., 95 (No.A8), 12045, 1990.
  88. Reeves, G.D., T. A. Fritz, T. E. Cayton, and R. D. Belian "Multi-satellite measurements of the substorm injection region", Geophys. Res. Ltrs (17) No.11, 2015, 1990
  89. Song, P., C.T. Russell, N. Lin, R.J. Strangeway, J.T. Gosling, M. Thomsen, T.A. Fritz, D.G. Mitchell, and R.R. Anderson, "Wave and particle properties of the subsolar magnetopause," in: Physics of Space Plasmas (1989), the SPI Conference Proceedings and Reprint Series, eds: T. Chang, G. Crew and J. Jaspersen, Scientific Publishers, Inc., Cambridge, MA, USA, 1990.
  90. Reedy, R.C., T.E. Cayton, R.D. Belian, S.P. Gary, G.R. Gisler, G.D. Reeves, T.A. Fritz, and R.A. Christensen, "Solar particle events during the rising phase of solar cycle 22," Proceedings of the Workshop on Ionizing Radiation Environment Models and Methods, held in Huntsville, AL, 16 --18 June 1991.
  91. Reeves, G.D., R.D. Belian, and T.A. Fritz, "Numerical tracing of energetic particle drifts in a model magnetosphere," J. Geophys. Res., 96 (No.A8), 13997, 1991.
  92. Williams, D.J., R.W. McEntire, S.M. Krimigis, E.C. Roelof, S. Jaskulek, B. Tossman, B. Wilken, W. Studemann, T.P. Armstrong, T.A. Fritz, L.J. Lanzerotti, and J.G. Roederer, "Energetic particles at Venus: Galileo results," Science Vol. 253, pp 1525-1528, 1991.
  93. Reeves, G.D., G. Kettmann, T.A. Fritz, and R.D. Belian, "Further investigation of the CDAW-7 substorm using geosynchronous particle data: Multiple injections and their implications," J. Geophys. Res., 97(No.A5), 6417, 1992.
  94. Kettman, G., T.A. Fritz, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.W. Daly, "Energetic ion anisotropies in the geomagnetic tail 1. A statistical survey," J. Geophys. Res., 98 (No.A1), 99, 1993.
  95. Kettman, G., T.A. Fritz, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.W. Daly, "Energetic ion anisotropies in the geomagnetic tail 2. Magnetic field and substorm characteristics," J. Geophys. Res., 98 (No.A1), 115, 1993.
  96. Reeves, G.D., R.D. Beliam, T.A. Fritz, M.G. Kivelson, R.W. McEntire, E.C. Roelof, B. Wilken, and D.J. Williams, "Structured plasma sheet thinning observed by Galileo and 1984-129," J. Geophys. Res., 98 (No.A12), 21323, 1993.
  97. Reeves, G. D., T. A. Fritz, R. D. Belian, R. W. McEntire, D. J. Williams, E. C. Roelof, M. G. Kivelson, and B. Wilken, ”The structure and dynamics of the plasma sheet during the Galileo Earth-1 flyby”, in AGU Monograph on Resolution of Processes in Space and Time, J. L. Burch and J. H. Waite, Jr., eds, 149, 1993.
  98. Blake, J. B., J. F. Fennell, L. M. Friesen, B. M. Johnson, W. A. Kolasinski, D. J. Mabry, J. V. Osborn, S. H. Penzin, E. R. Schnauss, H. E. Spence, D. N. Baker, R. Belian, T. A. Fritz, W. Ford, B. Laubscher, R. Stiglich, R. A. Baraze, M. F. Hilsenrath, W. L. Imhof, J. R. Kilner, J. Mobilia, D. H.Voss, A. Korth, M. Guell, K. Fisher, M. Grande, and D. Hall, "CEPPAD, Comprehensive Energetic Particle Pitch Angle Distribution experiment," Space Science Reviews 71, 531-562, 1995 [Also published in The Global Geospace Mission edited by C. T. Russell, Kulwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 531-562, 1995].
  99. Maseide, K., F. Soraas, K. Aarsnes, J. Bjordal, A. Coasted, W.M. Farrell, T.A. Fritz, M.P. Gough, M. Grande, J.A. Holtet, R. Pfaff, M.F. Smith, J. Stadsnes, K.R. Svenes, J. Troim, and R.D. Woodliffe, "Pulsaur II: A sounding rocket project to study pulsating aurora and related phenomena," published in Proceedings of the 12th ESA Symposium on European Rocket and Balloon Programmes and Related Research, Norway, 29 May - 1 June 1995 [ESA SP-370, 1995].
  100. Fritz, T.A., "We need more Winners," editorial published in EOS, 76 (No.27), page 267, July 4, 1995.
  101. Williams, D. J., B. H. Mauk, R. E. McEntire, E. C. Roelof, T. P. Armstrong, B. Wilken, J. G. Roederer, S. M. Krimigis, T. A. Fritz, L. J. Lanzerotti, "Electron Beams and Ion Composition Measured at Io and in Io'sTorus," Science, 274, pp 401-403, 1996.
  102. Chen, Jiasheng, T. A. Fritz, R. B. Sheldon, H. E. Spence, W. N. Spjeldvik, J. F. Fennell, S. Livi, "A new, temporarily confined population in the polar cap during the August 27, 1996 geomagnetic field distortion period," Geophys. Res. Lett., 24 (12), 1447-1450, 1997.
  103. Grande, M., J. F. Fennell, S. Livi, B. Kellert, C.H. Perry, P. Anderson, J. Roeder, H. Spence, T. Fritz, and B. Wilken, "First POLAR and 1995-034 observations of the mid-latitude cusp during a persistent northward IMF condition," Geophys. Res Lett., 24, 1475, 1997.
  104. Selesnick, R. S. J. B. Blake, W. A. Kolasinski, and T. A. Fritz, A quiescent state of 3 to 8 MeV radiation belt electrons, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 11, doi:10.1029/97GL51407, 1997.
  105. Waldrop, L. S., N. Krupp, T. A. Fritz, M. Mendillo, D. J. Williams, M. G. Kivelson, Galileo Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) anisotropies during plasma sheet crossings at Jupiter, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 29, 3, 1997.
  106. Wilken, B. et al, "RAPID-The Imaging Energetic Particle Spectrometer on Cluster," Space Sci. Rev., 79, 399-473, 1997.
  107. Williams, D. J., B. H. Mauk, R. E. McEntire, E. C. Roelof, T. P. Armstrong, B. Wilken, J. G. Roederer, S. M. Krimigis, T. A. Fritz, L. J. Lanzerotti, and N. Murphy, "Energetic particle signatures at Ganymede: Implications for Ganymede's magnetic field," Geophys. Res. Lett., 24 (17)2163-2166, 1997.
  108. Alothman, M. J. and T. A. Fritz, "A model for the high latitude isotropic boundary," in Polar Cap Boundary Phenomena, edited by J. Moen et al., Kulwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, 343-354, 1998.
  109. Chen, Jiasheng, Theodore A. Fritz, Robert B. Sheldon, Harlan E. Spence, Walther N. Spjeldvik, Joseph F. Fennell, Stefano Livi, Christopher T. Russell, Jolene S. Pickett, and Donald A. Gurnett, "Cusp energetic particle events: Implications for a major acceleration region of the magnetosphere," J. Geophys. Res., 103 (No.A1), 69-78, 1998.
  110. Chen, J. and T. A. Fritz, "Correlation of cusp MeV helium with turbulent ULF power spectra and its implications," Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 4113, 1998.
  111. Fennell, J. F., J. L. Roeder, M. Grande, C. Perry, R. Friedel, A. Korth, S. Livi, and T. A. Fritz, "The Plasma Mantle: Polar Satellite Observations," in Physics Of Space Plasmas, No. 15, p 389-394, MIT Center for Theoretical Geo/Cosmo Plasma Physics, Cambridge, MA, 1998.
  112. Fennell, J. F., 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, "Multiple Discrete-Energy Ion Features in the Inner Magnetosphere: Polar Observations," in Physics Of Space Plasmas, No. 15, p 395-400, MIT Center for Theoretical Geo/Cosmo Plasma Physics, Cambridge, MA, 1998.
  113. Jorgensen, A. M., K. L. Hirsch, M. J. Alothman, S. Braginsky, T. A. Fritz, "Electric Field Instrument Using Radiated Electrons (E-FIRE): An innovative approach to the measurement of electric fields in the Earth's magnetosphere," in Measurement Techniques in Space Plasmas: Fields, AGU Geophysical Monograph 103,59-64, 1998.
  114. Mauk, B. H., R. W. McEntire, D. J. Williams, A. Lagg, E. C. Roeloff, S. M. Krimigis, T. P. Armstrong, T. A. Fritz, L. J. Lanzerotti, J. G. Roederer, and B. Wilken, "Galileo-measured depletion of near-Io hot ring current plasmas since the Voyager epoch," J. Geophys. Res., 103 (No.A3), 4715-4722, 1998.
  115. Sheldon, R. B., H. E. Spence, J. D. Sullivan, T. A. Fritz, and Jiasheng Chen, "The discovery of trapped energetic electrons in the outer cusp," Geophys. Res. Lett., 25 (11) 1825-1828, 1998.
  116. Peterson, W. K. , K.J. Tratner,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, Imaging the plasma sheet with energetic ions from the POLAR satellite, Proceedings of the International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Mamana, Japan, March 9-13, 1998, S. Kokubun and Y Kamide, Editors, p 813-, Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo, 1998
  117. Chen, J., T. A. Fritz, K. Kudela, "Cusp: A new acceleration region of the magnetosphere," Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, Vol 49, N0. 4a, 667-673, 1999.
  118. Chen, J., T. A. Fritz, K. Kudela, "Features of the Cusp Energetic Particle Events," Adv. Space Res., Vol. 24, No 1, pgs 103-107, 1999.
  119. Chen, J. and T.A. Fritz, "May 4, 1998 Storm: Observations of Energetic Ion Composition by POLAR," Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 26, No. 19 2921-2924, 1999.
  120. Fritz, T.A., J. Chen, R.B. Sheldon, H.B. Spence, J.F. Fennell, S. Livi, C.T. Russell, and J.S. Pickett, "Cusp energetic particle events measured by POLAR spacecraft," Phys. Chem. Earth (C), 24, 135-140, 1999.
  121. Fritz, T.A. and J. Chen, "The Cusp as a sources of Magnetospheric Particles," in Proceeding of the Workshop on "Space Radiation Environment Modeling: New Phenomena and Approaches" which was held in Moscow Russia on October 7-9, 1997 published in Radiation Measurement, Vol. 30 No. 5, 599-608, 1999.
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  123. Karra, M. and T.A. Fritz, "Energy Dispersion Features in the Vicinity of the Cusp," Geophys. Res. Ltrs., 26, 3553, 1999
  124. Pickett, J. S. , A. Gurnett, J. D. Menietti, M. J. LeDocq, J. D. Scudder, 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, I. Kimura, S. Watanabe, G. G. Arkos, G. Rostoker, S. Kokubun, H. Fukunishi, R. F. Pfaff, F. S. Mozer, S.-Y. Hsieh, T. Mukai, and M. O. Chandler, Plasma waves observed during cusp energetic particle events and their correlation with POLAR and AKEBONO satellite and ground data, Adv. Space Res., 24(1), 23-33, 1999.
  125. Spjeldvik, W.N., T.A. Fritz, R.B. Sheldon, and J. Chen, "Magnetic Local Time Survey of Radiation Belt Helium Ion Structure Conducted with Data from the POLAR CAMMICE/HIT Instrument", Phys. Chem. Earth (C), 24, 233-238,1999.
  126. Spjeldvik, W. N. , T. A. Fritz, J. Chen, and R. B. Sheldon, POLAR spacecraft observations of helium ion angular anisotropy in the Earth's radiation belts, Annales Geophysicae, 17, 723-733 (1999).
  127. Chen, Jiasheng, and Theodore A. Fritz, "Origins of Energetic Ions in CEP Events and Their Implications," International Journal of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, Vol. 2, No.1 31-44, 2000.
  128. Fritz, Theodore A., "The Role of the Cusp as a Source for Magnetospheric Particles: A New Paradigm", ESA Special Publication of the Proceedings of the Cluster II Workshop on Multiscale/Multipoint Plasma Measurements held at Imperial College, London 22-24 September 1999, ESA SP-499, February 2000.
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  130. Fritz, T. A., J Chen, J. D. Sullivan and M. Karra, Is the Cusp a Source or a Sink for Magnetospheric Energetic Particles?, Proceeding of the Interball Symposium held in Kiev, Urkraine, February, 2000.
  131. Ganushkina, N. Yu. , T. I. Pulkkinen, V. A Sergeev, M. V. Kubyshkina, D. N. Baker, N. E. Turner, M. Grande, B. Kellett, J. Fennell, J. Roeder, J. -A. Sauvaud, and T. A. Fritz, Entry of plasma sheet particles into the inner magnetosphere as observed by Polar/CAMMICE, J. Geophys, Res.,105, 25205, 2000.
  132. Ganushkina, N. Yu., T. I. Pulkkinen, V. F. Bashkirov, V. A. Sergeev, M. V. Kubyshkina, X. Li, D. N. Baker, M. Grande, B. Kellett, J. Fennell, J. Roeder, J.-A. Sauvaud, T. A. Fritz, Entry of plasma sheet particles into the inner magnetosphere during substorms, Proceedings of International Symposium 'From solar corona through interplanetary space, into Earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere: Interball, ISTP satellites, and ground-based observations', February 1-4, 2000, Kyiv, Ukraine, Sessions I-IV, pp. 29-32, 2000.
  133. Pulkkinen T. I., N. Yu. Ganushkina, D. N. Baker, N. E. Turner, J. F. Fennell, J. Roeder, T. A. Fritz, M.Grande, G. Kettmann, Ring current ion composition during solar minimum, Proceedings of International Symposium 'From solar corona through interplanetary space, into Earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere: Interball, ISTP satellites, and ground-based observations', February 1-4, 2000, Kyiv, Ukraine, Sessions I-IV, pp. 171-174, 2000.
  134. Perry, C. H., M. Grande, T. H. Zurbuchen, S. Hefti, G. Gloeckler, J. F. Fennell, B. Wilken, T. Fritz, "Use of Fe charge states as a tracer for solar wind entry to the magnetosphere", Geophys. Res. Ltrs., 27, 2441-2444, 2000.
  135. Pulkkinen, T. I. , N. Yu. Ganushkina, V. F. Bashkirov, D. N. Baker, J. F. Fennell, J. Roeder, T. A. Fritz, M. Grande, B. Kellett, and G. Kettmann, Ring current enhancement due to substorm-associated inductive electric fields, in: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Substorms, ESA SP-443, p. 451-454, 2000.
  136. Chen, J., and T. A. Fritz, "Energetic oxygen ions of ionospheric origin observed in the cusp", Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 1459-1462, 2001.
  137. Chen, J., T. A. Fritz, Errata: “Energetic oxygen ions of ionospheric origin observed in the cusp”, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(12), 2431-2432, 10.1029/2001GL013355, 2001.
  138. Chen, J., T. A. Fritz, R. B. Sheldon, J. S. Pickett, and C. T. Russell, "The discovery of a new acceleration and possible trapping region of the magnetosphere", Adv. Space Res., 27, No. 8, 1417-1422, 2001.
  139. Chen, J. and T. A. Fritz, “Features of energetic ions near the compressed magnetosphere”, J. of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 63 463-472, 2001.
  140. Fritz, Theodore A., "The Cusp as a source of Magnetospheric Energetic Particles, Currents, and Electric Fields: A New Paradigm", Space Science Reviews 95: p 469-488, 2001.
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  143. Wilken, B., P. W. Daly, U. Mall, K. Aarsnes, D. N. Baker, R. D. Belian, J. B. Blake, H. Borg, J. Buchner, M. Carter, J. F. Fennell, R. Friedel, T. A. Fritz, F. Gliem, M. Grande, K. Kecskenmety, G. Kettmann, A. Korth, S. Livi, S. McKenna-Lawlor, K. Mursula, B. Nikutowski, C. H. Perry, Z. Y. Pu, J. Roeder, G. D. Reeves, E. T. Sarris, I. Sandahl, F. Soraas, J. Woch, Q. –C. Zong, “First results from the RAPID imaging particle spectrometer on Cluster” Ann. Geophysicae, 19, 1355-1366,2001.
  144. Zong, Q. –G., B. Wilken, S. Y. Fu, T. A. Fritz, A. Korth, N. Hasebe, D. J. Williams, and Z. –Y. Pu, “Ring current oxygen ions escaping into the magnetosheath,” J. Geophys. Res., 106, 25541-25556, 2001.
  145. Baker, D. N.; Ergun, R. E.; Burch, J. L.; Jahn, J.-M.; Daly, P. W.; Friedel, R.; Reeves, G. D.; Fritz, T. A.; Mitchell, D. G., “A telescopic and microscopic view of a Magnetospheric substorm on 31 March 2001, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 18, 1862, doi:10.1029/2001GL014491, 2002
  146. Baker, D.N., W.K. Peterson, S. Eriksson, 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, Timing of magnetic reconnection initiation during a global magnetospheric substorm onset, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 24, 2190, doi:10:1029/2002GL015539, 2002
  147. Chen, Jiasheng and Theodore A. Fritz, The global significance of CEP events, , In Book ”Solar-Terrestrial Magnetic Activity and Space Environment” Edited by Wang and Xu, COSPAR Colloquia, Series, Vol. 14, pp239-249, 2002
  148. Eccles, A. A., and T. A. Fritz, "Energetic particle observations at the subsolar magnetopause", Ann. Geophysicae, 20, 445-460, 2002.
  149. Fu, S. Y., Q. G. Zong, T. A. Fritz, Z. Y. Pu, and B. Wilken, “Composition signatures in ion injections and its dependence on geomagnetic conditions,” ,” J. Geophys. Res., 107, No. A10, doi:10.1029/2001JA002006, 2002
  150. Oksavik, K., T. A. Fritz, Q. G. Zong, F. Søraas, and B. Wilken, “Three-Dimensional Energetic Ion Sounding of the Magnetopause Using Cluster/RAPID”, Geophys. Res. Lett., doi: 10.1029/2001GL014265, 2002.
  151. Pulkkinen, T. I. , N. Yu. Ganushkina, E. I. Kallio, G. Lu, D. N. Baker, N. E. Turner, T. A. Fritz, J. F. Fennell, and J. Roeder, Energy dissipation during a geomagnetic storm: May 1998, Adv. Space Res., 30 (10), 2231-2240, 2002.
  152. Rae I. J., M. Lester, J. A. Davies, S. E. Milan, F. R. Fenrich, T. A. Fritz, and J. D. Scudder, Statistics of the mid-altitude cusp observed by Polar, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29 (8), doi:10.1029/2001GL013371, 2002.
  153. Zong, Q. -G., T. A. Fritz, B. Wilken, and P. Daly, “Energetic Ions in the High Latitude Magnetosphere During the Leading Phase of a CME”, In Solar-Terrestrial Magnetic Activity and Space Environment, edited by Wang and Xu, COSPAR Colloquia, Series, Vol. 14, pp359-364, 2002.
  154. Chen, Jiasheng and Theodore A. Fritz, “Cusp as a Source for High Latitude Boundary Layer Ions” In Earth’s Low-Latitude Boundary Layer, edited by P. T. Newell and T. G. Onsager, AGU Monograph 133, 10.1029/133GM28, 2003.
  155. Chen, Jiasheng, Theodore A. Fritz, and Robert Sheldon "Comment on "MeV magnetosheath ions energized at the bow shock" by S.-W. Chang et al.", J. Geophys. Res.,108, A8, 1311, doi:10.1029/2002JA009634, 2003
  156. Fritz, T. A., M. Alothman, J. Bhattacharjya, D. L. Matthews, and J. Chen, "Butterfly Pitch Angle Distributions Observed by ISEE-1," Planet. Spa. Sci., Vol 51, No. 3, 205-219, 2003.
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  158. Fritz, T. A., T. H. Zurbuchen, G. Gloeckler, S. Hefti, and J. Chen, "The use of iron charge state changes as a tracer for solar wind entry and energization within the magnetosphere," Ann. Geophysicae, Volume 21, Number 11, 2155–2164, 2003.
  159. Ganushkina, N. Yu., T. Karhunen, M.V. Kubyshkina, Y Ebihara, V. A. Sergeev, T. I. Pulkkinen, and T. A. Fritz, "Locations of proton isotropic boundaries as measured by conjugate high-altitude and low-altitude satellites," Adv. Space Res. Vol. 31, No. 5, pp1265-1270, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(03)00005-X, 2003
  160. Ganushkina, N. Yu., J. Korhonen, T. I. Pulkkinen, Yu. Ebihara, M. Ejiri, and T. Fritz, “Evolution of the ring current energy during May 2-4, 1998 magnetic storm”, Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research, Vol. 18, pp. 111-119, 2004 as Proceedings of 27th Symposium on Coordinated Observations of the Ionosphere and the Magnetosphere in the Polar Regions, National Institute of Polar Research, July 31-August 1, 2003, Tokyo, Japan.
  161. Sheldon, R., J. Chen and T.A. Fritz, “Comment on "Origins of energetic ions in the cusp" by Trattner et al.”, J. Geophys. Res., 108, A7, 1302, doi:10.1029/2002JA009575, 2003
  162. Zong, Q. -G., T. A. Fritz, B. Wilken, and P. Daly, "Energetic Ions in the High Latitute Boundary Layer of the Magnetosphere - RAPID/CLUSTER Observation," In Earth’s Low-Latitude Boundary Layer, edited by P. T. Newell and T. G. Onsager, AGU Monograph 133 , 101-111, 2003.
  163. Zong, Q.-G., T.A. Fritz, H. Spence, M. Dunlop, Z.Y. Pu, A. Korth, P.W. Daly, A. Balogh, H. Reme, "Bursty energetic electrons confined in flux ropes in the cusp region," Plant. Spa. Sci., Volume 51, Issue 12, 821-830, doi:10.1016/S0032-0633(03)00116-8, 2003.
  164. Chen, Jiasheng and Theodore A. Fritz, CEP as a Source of Upstream Energetic Ions, In NATO Science Series Book: Multiscale Processes In The Earth’s Magnetosphere: From Interball To Cluster, Edited by: Jean-Andre Sauvaud and Zdenek Nemecek, Proceeding of the conference: Magnetospheric Response to Solar Activity, September 9-12, 2003, Charles University, Prague, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London, Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division, 2004
  165. Ebihara, Y., M. Ejiri, H. Nilsson, I. Sandahl, M. Grande, J. F. Fennell, J. L. Roeder, D. R. Weimer, and T. A. Fritz, "Multiple discrete-energy ion features in the inner magnetosphere: Event of February 9, 1998", Annales Geophysicae, 22, 1297-1304, 2004
  166. Korth, A., M. Fra¨nz, Q.-G. Zong, T. A. Fritz, J. –A.Sauvaud, H. Reme, I. Dandouuras, R. Friedel, C. G. Mouikis, L. M. Kistler, E.Moebius, M. F. Marcucci, M. Wilber, G. Parks, A. Keiling, R. Lundin, and P. W. Daly, Ion injections at auroral latitude during the March 31, 2001 magnetic storm observed by Cluster, Geophys. Res. Lett., VOL. 31, L20806, Doi:10.1029/2004GL020356, 2004.
  167. Taylor, M.G.G.T., R.H.W. Friedel, G.D. Reeves, M.W. Dunlop, T.A. Fritz, P.W. Daly, A. Balogh, "Multisatellite measurements of electron phase space density gradients in the Earth’s inner and outer magnetosphere", J. Geophys. Res., 109, A05220, doi:10.1029/2003JA010294, 2004.
  168. Zong, Q.-G., T. A. Fritz, H. Spence, K. Oksavik, Z.-Y. Pu, A. Korth, and P. W. Daly, Energetic particle sounding of the magnetopause: A contribution by Cluster/RAPID, J. Geophys. Res., 109 (A4), A04207, doi:10.1029/2003JA009929, 2004.
  169. Zong, Q.-G., T. A. Fritz, H. Zhang, A. Korth, P. W. Daly, M. W. Dunlop, K.-H. Glassmeier, H. Reme, and A. Balogh, Triple cusps observed by Cluster-Temporal or spatial effect?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L, doi:10.1029/2003GL019128, 2004.
  170. Chen, J., and T. A. Fritz, High-altitude cusp: The extremely dynamic region in geospace, Surveys in Geophysics, 26:1-3, 71-93, 2005.
  171. Chen, J., T. A. Fritz, and R. B. Sheldon, Multiple Spacecraft Observations of Energetic Ions During A High Solar Wind Pressure Event, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A11212, doi:10.1029/2005JA011043, 2005.
  172. Chen, J., T. A. Fritz, and R. B. Sheldon, Comparison of Energetic Ions in Cusp and Outer Radiation Belt, J. Geophys. Res., 110, A12219, doi:10.1029/2004JA010718, 2005
  173. Davies, J.A., M. Grande, C.H. Perry, M.W. Dunlop, M.K. Carter, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, P.W. Daly, R.H.W. Friedel and T.A. Fritz, Energetic electron observations of magnetospheric boundaries using the imaging electron spectrometers on Cluster and Polar, Advances in Space Research, Volume 36, Issue 10, 1916-1921, 2005
  174. Fritz, T. A. and Q. G. Zong, The Magnetospheric Cusp: A Summary, Surveys in Geophysics 26:1-3, 407-412, 2005
  175. Ganushkina, N. Yu., T. I. Pulkkinen, M. V. Kubyshkina, V. A. Sergeev, E. Lvova, T. Yahnina, A. Yahnin, T. Fritz, Proton isotropy boundaries as measured on mid- and low-altitude satellites, Annales Geophysicae, 23, 1839-1847, 2005.
  176. Ganushkina, N. Yu., T. I. Pulkkinen, T. Fritz, Role of substorm-associated impulsive electric fields in the ring current development during storms, Annales Geophysicae, 23, 579-591, 2005.
  177. Keith W.R., J.D. Winningham, A.N. Fazakerley, H. Rème, M.L. Goldstein, T.A. Fritz, and N. Cornilleau-Wehrlin, Observations of a unique cusp signature at low and mid altitudes, Surveys in Geophysics 26:1-3, 305-337, 2005
  178. Mursula, K. , R. Kerttula, T. Asikainen, R. Friedel, A. Vaivads, F. Søraas, M. Grande, M. Carter, P. W. Daly, T. A. Fritz, J. F. Fennell, and A. Balogh, Cluster/Rapid Energetic Electron Observations At The Dayside Magnetospheric Boundary, Adv. Space Res. 36 (10), 1904-1908, 2005.
  179. Sheldon, R. B., T. A. Fritz, and J. Chen, 2005. The quadrupole as a source of cusp energetic particles: I. General Considerations, in Particle Acceleration in Astrophysical Plasmas: Geospace and Beyond, edited by Dennis Gallagher, James Horwitz, Joseph Perez, Robert Preece, and John Quenby, Geophys. Monogr. Series, Volume 156, 320 pages, ISBN 0-87590-421-1, 2005.
  180. Pu, Z. Y. Q. G. Zong, T. A. Fritz, C. J. Xiao, Z. Y. Huang, S. Y. Fu, Q. Q. Shi, M. W. Dunlop, K.-H. Glassmeier, A. Balogh, P. Daly, J. B. Cao, Z. X. Liu, H. Reme, J. Dandouras, Multiple Flux Rope Events at the High-latitude Magnetopause: Cluster/Rapid Observation on January 26, 2001, Surveys in Geophysics 26:1-3, 191-212, 2005.
  181. Savin, S., P. Song, A. Skalsky, L. Zelenyi, E. Amata, J. Buechner, J. Blecki, L. Avanov, N. Borodkova, G. Consolini, C. Farrugia, T.A. Fritz, H. Kawano , S. Klimov, V. Lutsenko, N. Maynard , Z. Nemecek, B. Nikutowski, E. Panov, J. Pickett, M. Parrot, J.L. Rauch, S. Romanov, C. T. Russell, J. Safrankova, I. Sandahl, J.A. Sauvaud, V. Smirnov, K. Stasiewicz, J.G. Trotignon, Yu. Yermolaev, Magnetosheath Interaction with the High Latitude Magnetopause, Surveys in Geophysics 26:1-3, 95-133, 2005.
  182. Shi Q. Q., Z. Y. Pu, C. J. Xiao and S. Y. Fu, H. Zhang, Q. G. Zong and T. Fritz and Z. X. Liu, Simulation Studies of High-Latitude Magnetospheric Boundary Dynamics, Surveys in Geophysics 26:1-3, 367-384, 2005.
  183. Spjeldvik, W. N., T. A. Fritz, J. Chen, Q. -G. Zong, Energetic ion observations of the Earth’s magnetic cusps during an extended geomagnetically quiescent period in April 2001 using detectors on s/c ISTP/Polar, Advances in Space Research 36 (10), 1946-1950, 2005.
  184. Vogiatzis, I. I., T. A. Fritz, Q.-G. Zong, D. N. Baker, E. T. Sarris, and P.W. Daly, Fine-time energetic electron behavior observed by Cluster/RAPID in the magnetotail associated with X-line formation and subsequent current disruption, Annales Geophysicae, 23, 2265–2280, doi: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-2265, 2005
  185. Waldrop, L. S., T. A.Fritz, M. G. Kivelson, K. Khurana, N. Krupp, and A. Lagg, " Jovian plasma sheet morphology: particle and field observations by the Galileo spacecraft", Plant. Spa. Sci. Volume 53, Issue 6, 681-692, May 2005
  186. Zhang, H., T.A. Fritz, Q.-G. Zong, P. W. Daly. Stagnant exterior cusp region as viewed by energetic electrons and ions: A statistical study using Cluster Research with Adaptive Particle Imaging Detectors (RAPID) data, J Geophy. Res 110 (A5): Art. No. A05211 MAY 27, 2005.
  187. Zong Q.-G., T. A. Fritz, H. Spence, H. Zhang, Z. Y. Huang, Z. Y. Pu, K.-H. Glassmeier, A. Korth, P. W. Daly, A. Balogh, and H. Reme, Plasmoid in the high latitude boundary/cusp region observed by Cluster, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L01101, doi:10.1029/2004GL020960, 2005.
  188. Zong Q.-G., T. A. Fritz, Z. Y. Pu, S. Y. Fu, D. N. Baker, H. Zhang, A. T. Lui, I. Vogiatzis, K. -H. Glassmeier, A. Korth, P. W. Daly, A. Balogh and H. Rème, Cluster Observations of Earthward Flowing Plasmoid in the Tail, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32 (1), L01101, doi:10.1029/2004GL020692, 2005.
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  190. Zong, Q.-G., T. A. Fritz. H. Spence, A. Korth, and P. Daly, Reverse convection and cusp proton aurora: cluster polar and image observation Adv. Space Res., 36(10), 1779-1784, 2005.
  191. Book: The Magnetospheric Cusps: Structure and Dynamics, Edited by Theodore A. Fritz and Shing F. Fung, 414 pages, Published by Springer. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2005
  192. Vogiatzis, I. I., T. A. Fritz, Q. -G. Zong, and E. T. Sarris, Two distinct energetic electron populations of different origin in the Earth's magnetotail: a Cluster case study, Ann. Geophys., 24, 1931–1948, 2006.
  193. Whitaker, K. E., J. Chen, and T. A. Fritz, CEP populations observed by ISEE 1, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L23105, doi:10.1029/2006GL027731, 2006.
  194. Wu P., T. A. Fritz, B. Larvaud, E. Lucek, Substorm associated magnetotail energetic electrons pitch angle evolutions and flow reversals: Cluster observation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L17101, doi:10.1029/2006GL026595, 2006.
  195. Zhou, X.-Z., T. A. Fritz, Q.-G. Zong, Z. Y. Pu, Y.-Q. Hao, and J.-B. Cao, The cusp: a window for particle exchange between the radiation belt and the solar wind, Annales Geophysicae, 24, 3131-3137. 2006.
  196. Zhou, X.-Z, Q. -G. Zong, Z. Y. Pu, T.A. Fritz, M.W. Dunlop, Q.Q. Shi, J. Wang, and Y. Wei, Multiple Triangulation Analysis: another approach to determine the orientation of magnetic flux ropes, Annales Geophysicae (2006) 24: 1759 – 1765.
  197. Zong, Q.-G., H. Zhang, T. A. Fritz, S. Y. Fu, Z. Y. Pu, M. L. Goldstein, W. Keith, M. W. Dunlop, A. Korth, P. W. Daly, H. Rème, A. Balogh, and A. N. Fazakerley, The magnetospheric cusp: Structure and dynamics, in: Proceedings Cluster and Double Star Symposium—5th Anniversary of Cluster in Space, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 19–23 September 2005 (edited by P. Escoubet, H. Laakso, M. Taylor, and A. Masson), ESA SP-598, ESA Publ. Div., Noordwijk, 2006.
  198. Zhang, H., Q.-G. Zong, T. A. Fritz,High Latitude magnetospheric Boundaries under extreme solar wind conditions , Advances in Geosciences, Vol. 2, Solar Terrestrial, edited by W.-H. Ip, pp. 163- 172, World Scientific Co, Pte. Ltd., Singapore, 2006.
  199. Zuluaga, C. A., E. S. Beiser, J. Chen, and T. A. Fritz, Implications of unusual pitch-angle distributions observed by ISEE-1 and 2, Annales Geophysicae, 24, 3099-3113, 2006.
  200. Walsh, B. M. ,T. A. Fritz, N. M. Lender, J. Chen, and K. E. Whitaker, Energetic Particles Observed by ISEE-1 and ISEE-2 in a Cusp Diamagnetic Cavity on September 29, 1978, Ann. Geophys., 25, 2633–2640, 2007 [www.ann-geophys.net/25/2633/2007/].
  201. Whitaker, K.E., T.A. Fritz, J. Chen, and M.M. Klida, Energetic particle sounding of the magnetospheric cusp with ISEE-1, Annales Geophysicae, 25, No. 5, p1175-1182, 2007
  202. Zhang, H., M. W. Dunlop, Q.-G. Zong, T. A. Fritz, A. Balogh, and Y. Wang, Geometry of the high-latitude magnetopause as observed by Cluster, J. Geophys. Res., 112, A02204, doi:10.1029/2006JA011774, 2007.
  203. Zong, Q.-G.; Zhou, X.-Z.; Li, X.; Song, P.; Fu, S. Y.; Baker, D. N.; Pu, Z. Y.; Fritz, T. A.; Daly, P.; Balogh, A.; Reme,H, Ultralow frequency modulation of energetic particles in the dayside magnetosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 34, No. 12, L12105, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2007GL029915, 29 June 2007.
  204. Zong, Q.-G.; Fu, S. Y.; Baker, D. N.; Goldstein, M. L.; Song, P.; Slavin, J. A.; Fritz, T. A.; Cao, J. B.; Amm, O.; Frey, H.; Korth, A.; Daly, P. W.; Reme, H.; Pedersen, A. , Earthward flowing plasmoid: Structure and its related ionospheric signature, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 112, No. A7, A07203 , http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2006JA012112, 07 July 2007
  205. Niehof, J. T., T. A. Fritz, R. H.W. Friedel, and J. Chen, Interdependence of magnetic field and plasma pressures in cusp diamagnetic cavities, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L11101, doi:10.1029/2008GL033589, 2008.
  206. Vogiatzis, I. I., T. E. Sarris, E. T. Sarris, O. Santolík, I. Dandouras, P. Robert, T. A. Fritz, Q.-G. Zong, and H. Zhang, Cluster observations of particle acceleration up to supra-thermal energies in the cusp region related to low-frequency wave activity–possible implications for the substorm initiation process, Ann. Geophys., 26, 653–669, 2008.
  207. Walsh, B. M., T. A. Fritz, and J. Chen, Properties of a cusp diamagnetic cavity boundary, Ann Geophys., 26, 3501–3509, 2008. (www.ann-geophys.net/26/3501/2008/)
  208. Zhang, H., Zong, Q.-G., Fritz, T.A., Fu, S.Y., Schaefer, S., Glassmeier, K-H, Daly, P. W., Reme, H., Balogh, A., Cluster observations of collisionless Hall reconnection at high-latitude magnetopause, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A03204, doi:10.1029/2007JA012769, 2008.
  209. Zhang, Hui and Theodore A. Fritz, Structure and dynamics of high latitude magnetospheric boundaries, Planetary and Space Science, Volume 56, Issue 11, October 2008, Pages 1568-1570, 2008.
  210. Zong, QG, YF Wang, BA Yang, SY Fu, ZY Pu, L Xie, TA Fritz, Recent progress on ULF wave and its interactions with energetic particles in the inner magnetosphere , Science in China Series E-Technological Sciences, 51(10) 1620-1625, 2008.
  211. Zong, QG, Escoubet, CP ,Pu, ZY ,Liu, ZX , Introduction to special section on Double Star-Cluster Coordinated Studies on Magnetospheric Dynamic Processes , J. Geophys. Res.,113(A7), A07S01 DI 10.1029/2008JA013146, 2008.
  212. Zong, QG, H Zhang, SY Fu, YF Wang, ZY Pu, A Korth, PW Daly, TA Fritz, Ionospheric oxygen ions dominant bursty bulk flows: Cluster and Double Star observations , J. Geophys. Res., 113 (A7), A07S23 ,DI 10.1029/2007JA012764, 2008.
  213. Zong, QG, H Zhang, TA Fritz, ML Goldstein, S Wing, W Keith, JD Winningham, R Frahm, MW Dunlop, A Korth, PW Daly, H Reme, A Balogh, AN Fazakerley, Multiple cusps during an extended northward IMF period with a significant B(y) component, J. Geophys. Res., 113(A1), A01210 DOI: 10.1029/2006JA012188, 2008.
  214. Burin des Roziers, E., X. Li, D. N. Baker, T. A. Fritz, R. Friedel, T. G. Onsager, and I. Dandouras, Energetic plasma sheet electrons and their relationship with the solar wind; a Cluster and Geotail study, J. Geophys. Res., 114, 2008JA013696, 2009.
  215. Burin des Roziers, E., X. Li, D. N. Baker, T. A. Fritz, R. L. McPherron, and I. Dandouras, Cluster observations of energetic electron flux variations within the plasma sheet, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A11208, doi:10.1029/2009JA014239, 2009.
  216. Fritz, Theodore A., Perspectives gained from a combination of Polar, Cluster and ISEE energetic particle measurements in the dayside cusp, in The Cluster Active Archive - Studying the Earth's Space Plasma Environment, edited by H. Laakso, M. Taylor and C.P. Escoubet, Springer, 2009.
  217. Carssow, Douglas B., James D. Sullivan, David L. Voss, Chad W. Parker, Anton Mavretic, Theodore A. Fritz, Allyn E. Hubbard, Judy A. Fennelly, Loss Cone Imager digital system design, Proceedings of the SPIE conference, San Diego, CA, August 3-7, 2009. SPIE 2009, Vol 7438. ISBN:9780819477286; Silvano Fineschi and Judy A. Fennelly (editors).
  218. Coombs, Joseph M., David L. Voss, Charles W. Parker, Theodore A. Fritz, Anton Mavretic, James D. Sullivan, and Judy A. Fennelly, Design of the mechanical housing for the LCI energetic particle instrumentation package in a Medium Earth Orbit, Proceedings of the SPIE conference, San Diego, CA, August 3-7, 2009. SPIE 2009, Vol 7438. ISBN:9780819477286; Silvano Fineschi and Judy A. Fennelly (editors).
  219. Ebihara, Y., S. Kasahara, K. Seki, Y. Miyoshi, T. A. Fritz, J. Chen, M. Grande, and T. Zurbuchen, Simultaneous entry of oxygen ions originating from the Sun and Earth into the inner magnetosphere during magnetic storms, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A05219, doi:10.1029/2009JA014120, 2009
  220. Klida, M. M., and T. A. Fritz, The Earth's magnetopause as a source and sink for equatorial nightside energetic charged particles, Ann. Geophys., 27, 4305-4316, 2009.
  221. Kurtovich, Boyan, Fabio Malangone, David L. Voss, Douglas B. Carssow, Theodore A.Fritz, Anton Mavretic, Overview of GSE as a Multifunctional GUI, Proceedings of the SPIE conference, San Diego, CA, August 3-7, 2009. SPIE 2009, Vol 7438. ISBN:9780819477286; Silvano Fineschi and Judy A. Fennelly (editors).
  222. Parker, Charles W., James D. Sullivan, Joseph Coombs, David L. Voss, Doug B. Carssow, Anton Mavretic, Theodore A. Fritz, and Judy A. Fennelly, A High Sensitivity Telescope for Measurements of Energetic Particles in the Earth’s Radiation Belts, Proceedings of the SPIE conference, San Diego, CA, August 3-7, 2009. SPIE 2009, Vol 7438. ISBN:9780819477286; Silvano Fineschi and Judy A. Fennelly (editors).
  223. Voss, David L., Avi Gunda, Doug Carssow, Theodore Fritz, Anton Mavretic, James Sullivan, Judy Fennelly, Overview of the Loss Cone Imager Fixed Sensor Head Instrument, Proceedings of the SPIE conference, San Diego, CA, August 3-7, 2009. SPIE 2009, Vol 7438. ISBN:9780819477286; Silvano Fineschi and Judy A. Fennelly (editors).
  224. Walsh, B.M., Whitaker, K.E., Fritz, T.A., Chen, J., and Klida, M.: Reply to S. Fuselier et al.'s comment on "Energetic particle sounding of the magnetospheric cusp with ISEE-1", Ann. Geophys., 27, 447-450, 2009
  225. Zhang, H., Q.‐G. Zong, D. G. Sibeck, T. A. Fritz, J. P. McFadden, K. H. Glassmeier, and D. Larson, Dynamic motion of the bow shock and the magnetopause observed by THEMIS spacecraft, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A00C12, doi:10.1029/2008JA013488, 2009.
  226. Zong, QG, YF Wang, B Yang, H Zhang, AM Tian, M Dunlop, TA Fritz, LM Kistler, A Korth, PW Daly, A Pedersen, Vortex-like plasma flow structures observed by Cluster at the boundary of the outer radiation belt and ring current: A link between the inner and outer magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A10211, doi:10.1029/2009JA014388, 2009.
  227. Zong, Q.-G., X.-Z. Zhou, Y. F. Wang, X. Li, P. Song, D. N. Baker, T. A. Fritz, P. W. Daly, M. Dunlop, and A. Pedersen , Energetic electron response to ULF waves induced by interplanetary shocks in the outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A10204, doi:10.1029/2009JA014393, 2009.
  228. Niehof, Jonathan T., Theodore A. Fritz, Reiner H. W. Friedel, and Jiasheng Chen, Size and location of cusp diamagnetic cavities observed by Polar, , J. Geophys. Res., 115, A07201, doi:10.1029/2009JA014827, 2010
  229. Shibahara, K., M. Nose, T. A. Fritz, and J. Niehof, A new generation mechanism of butterfly pitch angle distribution of energetic ions: Multiple pitch angle scattering in the stretched magnetic field, J. Geophys. Res., 115, A07229, doi:10.1029/2010JA015281, 2010
  230. Walsh, B. M., T. A. Fritz, and M. M. Klida, Energetic electrons in the exterior cusp: identifying the source, Ann. Geophys., 28, 983-992, 2010.
  231. Fritz, T.A., B. M. Walsh, M. Kilda.,and J. Chen, The cusp as a source of magnetospheric particles, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2011.10.016, 2011.
  232. Mendez, Joshua, David Voss, Francisco Suárez, Theodore A. Fritz, Douglas Carssow, and Avi Gunda, Compact Half-Unit Imaging Electron Spectrometer for CubeSat Operations (CHICO), publishing in the Proceeding of the Small Satellite Conference, Logan, Utah [SSC11-I-6], 2011.
  233. Vogiatzis, I. I. , O. E. Malandraki, Q.-G. Zong, X.-Z. Zhou, T. E. Sarris, E. T. Sarris, H. Zhang, and T. A. Fritz, THEMIS observations of earthward convected flux ropes triggering field dipolarization/substorm expansion and associated particle energization, Ann. Geophys., 29, 2117–2130, 2011
  234. Walsh, B. M., and T. A. Fritz, Cluster energetic electron survey of the high-altitude cusp and adjacent regions, J. Geophys. Res., 116, A12212, doi:10.1029/2011JA016828, 2011.
  235. Darling, Nathan T., Theodore Fritz, and Anton Mavretic, The Boston University Student Satellite for Applications and Training (BUSAT): A Modular 27-U Bus for Scientific Spaceflight, Proceedings of the 4S Symposium - 4-8 June 2012, Portorož, Slovenia.
  236. Fritz, Theodore A., Steven Yee, Joshua S. Mendez, and Anton Mavretic, The Boston University TIME Cubesat Mission, Proceedings of the 4S Symposium - 4-8 June 2012, Portorož, Slovenia.
  237. Walsh, B. M., S. E. Haaland, P. W. Daly, E. Kronberg, and T. A. Fritz, Energetic electrons along the high-latitude magnetopause, Ann. Geophys., 30, 1003-1013, 2012.
  238. Klida, M. M. and T. A. Fritz, Electron buttery pitch angle distribution observations and simulations in the inner Magnetosphere, submitted to the Journal of Geophysical Research.