AURORA on Earth

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Proton Precipitation
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AURORA on Earth

Photo Credit: Jan Curtis, UAF, GI



Subject: Welcome to the mailing list!
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000
From: Marina Galand <mgaland at bu.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Dear colleague:

Welcome to the discussion group on "Proton Precipitation into the Atmosphere". 
For more information on this group as well as on the mailing
system, please consult: http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html

Marina Galand.



Subject: IMAGE Report
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000
From: Harald Frey <hfrey at ssl.berkeley.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

You may be interested to look at the latest monthly report from the IMAGE
satellite about "Global observation of proton auroras" at the following
web site
http://image.gsfc.nasa.gov/report/

Harald

Harald U. Frey 
Space Sciences Lab    phone: 510-643-3323
University of California   fax:   510-643-2624 
Berkeley, CA 94720-7450    email: hfrey at ssl.berkeley.edu



Subject: The electron and proton aurora as seen by IMAGE-FUV and Fast
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000
From: Harald Frey <hfrey at ssl.berkeley.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Hi all,

Today I got an email from GRL that my manuscript

The electron and proton aurora as seen by IMAGE-FUV and FAST
by H.U. Frey, S.B. Mende, C.W. Carlson, J.-C. Gerard, B. Hubert, J. Spann, 
R. Gladstone, T.J. Immel
has been accepted for publication by GRL. If you are interested in the 
manuscript and if you agree to the condition, that this paper is in press (with 
all the copyright conditions AGU creates!), then I will send you a copy of the 
final manuscript.

Harald

Harald U. Frey 
Space Sciences Lab    phone: 510-643-3323
University of California   fax:   510-643-2624 
Berkeley, CA 94720-7450    email: hfrey at ssl.berkeley.edu



Subject: Newsletter #1
Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000
From: Marina Galand <mgaland at bu.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Dear colleagues,

Have you recently looked at our web site? 
http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html

Among others you will find more information on or link to:

>> ELECTRON and PROTON AURORA as seen by IMAGE and FAST,
reported by Harald Frey
(see http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton_archives.html)

>> PROTON JGR SPECIAL SECTION
The publication of the section has been postponed to January 2001.
As soon as there is confirmation by AGU publication of this new date, 
you will be informed. You can consult the list of the accepted papers at:
http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton_jgr.html

>> DO YOU WANT TO CONTRIBUTE?

= Do you have a WEBSITE relevant to us?
PLEASE send the address to mgaland at bu.edu
It will be added at the bottom of the main webpage:
http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html

= Do you want to REACT to some news, to share some NEW RESULTS, 
to call our attention to some ISSUES, to look for collaborators
or to inform us about your recent paper or your future observation 
CAMPAIGN, which could be of interest to the proton community?
-> Send an email to: proton-l at bu.edu
Your message will be sent to all the subscribers of the proton mailing list.

= Do you have any comment on the newsletter, the mailing list or the website? 
-> Send an email to: mgaland at bu.edu

Hope to hear from you soon,
Marina.

Marina Galand
Center for Space Physics / Boston University
725 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215, USA
Phone: 617 353 7431  Fax: 617 353 6463


PS: To know more about our discussion group and how to use it, 
to consult our archives or to read the last news, please consult our web site:
http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html



Subject: Proton Special Section in January 2001 JGR issue!
Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000
From: Marina Galand <mgaland at bu.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Dear Colleagues,

It is with a great pleasure I would like to announce to you the publication of the 
proton special section in the first JGR issue of the new millennium.  Finally, we made it!

I would like to thank all the contributors and all the people who offered me 
their precious advice, making this section possible.  Thanks to all!

Please, do not hesitate to send your comments/reactions to the discussion group 
in January!

All my best,
Marina.


* Contribution to discussion group?  -> Email to proton-l at bu.edu
* Comments? -> Email to mgaland at bu.edu
* More info, List of papers in the 2001 JGR special section, Archives? 
-> Consult http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html



Subject: Proton-related AGU Fall 2000 presentations
Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000
From: Marina Galand <mgaland at bu.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Dear Colleagues,

For those who are attending Fall AGU, I would like to call your attention 
to the following poster/oral presentations (listed below by order of appearance). 
Please, if you are aware of a proton-related presentation/poster which 
is not mention below, let me know. I will send an update early next week.

Looking for some constructive interactions at AGU,
See you,
Marina.


SA51A-10 Paxton et al.
"Imaging space weather impacts in the thermosphere"

SH52B-15 Ling et al.
"Investigation of solar energetic proton cutoffs during the 14 July 2000
event"

SH52B-21 Lorentzen et al.
"Stormtime variations in energetic protons seen by SAMPEX and POLAR"

SH52C-02 Sheeley et al.
"Studies of solar energetic proton events and associated coronal mass
ejections"

SM52A-08 Decker et al.
"Proton aurora: a comparative study of kappa and maxwellian incident fluxes"

SH61B-02 Fox
"The Bastille day 2000 solar event and its geoeffectiveness: a comparative
overview"

SH62A-09 Jordanova et al.
"Modeling the ring current response to the July 14, 2000, solar storm

SH71A-07 Lario et al.
"Stereoscopic view of solar energetic particle events: observation and
modeling"

SM71A-06 Fillingim et al.
"Plasma sheet variations observed on kinetic timescales"

SM71A-16 Takahashi and Fukunishi
"Proton auroral motion in auroral breakup"

SM71A-17 Nicholson et al.
"The ion isotropy boundary as seen in proton auroral measurements"

SM71A-18 Galand et al.
"Contribution of energetic electrons and protons to auroral emissions
observed from space"

SM71B-01 Burch
"First results from the IMAGE mission"

SM71B-09 Mende et al.
"Imaging the aurora in the far ultraviolet from the IMAGE spacecraft"

SM72A-05 Frey et al.
"The proton and electron aurora as seen by IMAGE-FUV and FAST"

SM72A-20 Voss et al.
"IMAGE/HENA/SSD low-altitude ENA images in coordination with high-resolution
pitch angle observation"

SM72A-07 Hubert et al.
"IMAGE-FUV observations and modeling of proton-induced aurora"

SM11C-10 Samson
"Auroral substorms and proton aurora"

SM11C-11 Klumpar et al.
"Structured proton precipitation: a particle source for discrete proton
aurora"

SH12A-11 Jackman et al.
"Multi-satellite measurements and model predictions of mesospheric and
upper stratospheric influences from the very large July 14-16,2000,
solar proton event"

SM22A-11 Voronkov et al.
"Equilibrium and stability of the near-earth plasma sheet"


* Contribution to discussion group?  -> Email to proton-l at bu.edu
* Comments? -> Email to mgaland at bu.edu
* More info, Last news, Archives? 
-> Consult http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html


Subject: Proton-related AGU Fall 2001 presentations
Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2001
From: Marina Galand <mgaland at bu.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Dear Colleagues,

For those who are attending AGU 2001 Fall meeting, I would like to call your attention 
to the poster/oral presentations listed at:
http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/FallAGU01_proton.htm
Please, if you are aware of a proton-related presentation/poster, which 
is not mention in this list, let me know.

Looking for some constructive interactions at AGU,
See you,
Marina.


* Contribution to discussion group?  -> Email to proton-l at bu.edu
* Comments? -> Email to mgaland at bu.edu
* More info, Last news, Archives? 
-> Consult http://www.bu.edu/csp/uv/proton/proton.html


Subject: New proton paper
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002
From: Harald Frey <hfrey at ssl.berkeley.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Hi all,

JGR finally managed to publish my paper "Proton aurora in the cusp". The=20
complete reference is

Frey, H. U.; Mende, S. B.; Immel, T. J.; Fuselier, S. A.; Claflin, E. S.; Gerard, J.-C.; Hubert, B.
Proton aurora in the cusp
J. Geophys. Res., 10.1029/2001JA900161 02 July 2002

The image quality in the online version is terrible, and they didn't honor my
request to have several figures portrait or single column, but that's a
different story. The pdf-file is attached.

Harald


Harald U. Frey
Space Sciences Lab, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-7450
phone: 510-643-3323; fax: 510-643-2624; email: hfrey at ssl.berkeley.edu


Subject: Solar Physics Paper
Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2002
From: Vania Jordanova <vania at unhedi1.sr.unh.edu>
To: proton-l at bu.edu

Hi all,

Here is the PDF file of our recently published paper in Solar Physics:

Jordanova, V. K., R. M. Thorne, C. J. Farrugia, Y. Dotan , J. F. Fennell,
M. F. Thomsen, G. D. Reeves, and D. J. McComas, Ring current dynamics
during the 13-18 July 2000 storm period, Solar Phys., 204, 361-375, 2001.

The paper discusses EMIC waves generation as predicted by our model and
proton precipitation observed by Polar/IPS instrument during this storm.

Regards,
Vania


Dr. Vania K. Jordanova
Research Assistant Professor
University of New Hampshire
410 Morse Hall
Durham, NH 03824, USA
Tel: +1 603 862 3956
Fax: +1 603 862 0311
e-mail: vania.jordanova at unh.edu
http://esp.sr.unh.edu/vania/vania.html