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By A. Surjalal Sharma, Yohsuke Kamide, Gurbax S. Lakhina

Published by way of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph Series.

Advancing our wisdom of the Sun-Earth connection and our services to foretell stipulations in near-Earth geospace has captured the eye of geospace, sun and different scientists, prompting projects in lots of nations. those advances count seriously on our realizing of the coupling approaches among the sun wind and magnetosphere, reminiscent of geomagnetic storms and substorms. during this regard, the technology of the storm-substorm courting isn't really an lead to itself, yet a serious step in unveiling the Sun-Earth connection.
Sidney Chapman (1889–1970) used to be a pioneer within the research of the impact of the solar on geospace. actually, it was once he who first coined the time period “substorms” to explain the various extreme disturbances that take place in the course of a magnetic hurricane. Chapman additionally supplied us with a complete view of the connection among storms and substorms. on the grounds that Chapman's preliminary paintings, our realizing has passed through enormous adjustments. The classical proposal of substorms as construction blocks of storms has advanced, permitting us to notice advanced synergies among storms, substorms, and convection improvements within the magnetosphere.

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The difference between these large substorms and smaller quiet-time events measured in terms of accumulated mag­ netic flux can reach an order of magnitude. Therefore, a substorm onset likely cannot be directly associated with some universal critical level of magnetic flux or energy input. The S Y M - H index, which due to higher than D time resolution is capable to resolve the effect of substorm phases on the ring current, actually readily reacts to IMF changes only. Only short-living and small partial recoveries of S Y M - H are observed at substorm expansions.

I 1 : 1 :• 1 1 ' ; Y/H ; . : i i . . . . i i i :. i . , . : b; 0 -5 15 10 H a 5 PQ 0 -5 -10 -15 500 H 1 1 : • • 1 : I. : i • iM 1 i 1 ; i 1 1 / : j'd; -500 Xi ;, :• 1 0 -1000 -1500 10 -20 1 i ; : . i . : _ ' jr • •_; j_ i ; ' J_ ' ' j _ e; :. i . ' :. i . -50 -80 -110 -140 20:00 In Figure 4 growth phase duration and estimate of the magnetic flux input for all 108 analyzed substorms are pre­ sented with respect to intensity of the solar wind electric field ' ' N PQ Analysis 2 1 5 The instants of the substorm onsets are traced down to SYM-H and auroral magnetograms panels.

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