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  1. Imanishi (this issue) commented that (1) the noise level at Matsushiro, Japan (MA) is much lower than at Syowa Station, Antarctica (SY), (2) oscillation signals are not observed at MA, and therefore (3) peaks ...

    Authors: Kazunari Nawa, Naoki Suda, Yoshio Fukao, Tadahiro Sato, Yuichi Aoyama and Kazuo Shibuya
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352183
  2. Large number of high dispersion whistlers recorded at low latitude station Varanasi (L = 1.07) are analysed and it is find out that they have propagated along L≃ 2.12–2.76. This is explained by considering the pr...

    Authors: R. P. Singh, U. P. Singh, Ashok K. Singh and D. P. Singh
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352180
  3. To study the ring current structure in the inner magnetosphere, we have statistically examined the magnetic field data acquired by ETS-VI (the Engineering Test Satellite-VI). During a magnetic storm, the Dst inde...

    Authors: N. Terada, T. Iyemori, M. Nosé, T. Nagai, H. Matsumoto and T. Goka
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352179
  4. A short review is given of the contemporary concepts and controversies concerning the electromagnetic effects observed in space which are considered to be the results of energy transport from surface and/or lo...

    Authors: Yu. Galperin and M. Hayakawa
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352175
  5. Fluid flow in the core is assumed to consist of a slowly varying (on time scales > magnetic diffusion time) part and a smaller, rapidly varying part as in the theory of the hydromagnetic dynamo put forward by ...

    Authors: A. Bhattacharyya
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352174
  6. The characteristic scale of the Martian magnetosheath is less than the pick-up gyroradius of oxygen ions. This leads to admissible differential motion of protons and heavies and a strong coupling between both ...

    Authors: Konrad Sauer, Eduard Dubinin and Klaus Baumgärtel
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352171
  7. The Planet-B neutral gas mass spectrometer is designed for in-situ measurements of the gas composition in the upper atmosphere of Mars. The sensor uses a dual frequency quadrupole mass analyzer with a mass ran...

    Authors: H. B. Niemann, D. N. Harpold, S. Feng, W. T. Kasprzak, S. H. Way, S. K. Atreya, B. Block, G. R. Carignan, T. M. Donahue, A. F. Nagy, S. W. Bougher, D. M. Hunten, T. C. Owen, S. J. Bauer, H. J. Hayakawa, T. Mukai…
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352170
  8. Wavelet analysis is suitable for investigating waves, such as Pi 2 pulsations, which are limited in both time and frequency. We have developed an algorithm to detect Pi 2 pulsations by wavelet analysis. We tes...

    Authors: M. Nosé, T. Iyemori, M. Takeda, T. Kamei, D. K. Milling, D. Orr, H. J. Singer, E. W. Worthington and N. Sumitomo
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352169
  9. Characteristics of geomagnetic sudden commencement (SC) observed in middle and low latitudes are discussed on the basis of data analyses of magnetic variations and a numerical calculation. From the data analys...

    Authors: Satoru Tsunomura
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352168

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Earth, Planets and Space 2014 51:Art11

  10. Two rocket experiments were carried out just before and after the polar night at Andoya (69°N), Norway to investigate transport of nitric oxide produced by auroral processes into the middle atmosphere and its ...

    Authors: Naomoto Iwagami, Hiromasa Yamamoto, Ken-ichi Yajima, Hiroyuki Sekiguchi, Takashi Watanabe, Katsuhisa Suzuki, Kazuo Shibasaki, Hiroshi Amemiya, Masayuki Yamamoto and Takayuki Ono
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352167
  11. Chamosite-hematite type oolitic ironstone is distributed in the Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) boundary zone of the Hazara area, Lesser Himalayan thrust zone, in the northwestern margin of the Indo-Pakistani subcon...

    Authors: Mitsuo Yoshida, Ibrar H. Khan and Mirza Naseer Ahmad
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352166
  12. Spherical harmonic models of the 1969, 1979 and 1992 geomagnetic jerks are computed using data from about 160 worldwide geomagnetic observatories. The dominance of the internal origin part with respect to the ...

    Authors: Minh Le Huy, Mioara Alexandrescu, Gauthier Hulot and Jean-Louis Le Mouël
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352165
  13. A precise geodetic measurement network using three modern space geodetic techniques, i.e. Very Long Baseline Interferometry, Satellite Laser Ranging, and Global Positioning System, is being established around ...

    Authors: Yasuhiro Koyama, Noriyuki Kurihara, Tetsuro Kondo, Mamoru Sekido, Yukio Takahashi, Hitoshi Kiuchi and Kosuke Heki
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352164
  14. Wavelet analysis of the magnetic field fluctuations in the Martian foreshock is performed. Dynamical features of wave spectra are compared with plasma measurements of backstreaming ions and simulation results ...

    Authors: V. Tarasov, E. Dubinin, S. Perraut, A. Roux, K. Sauer, A. Skalsky and M. Delva
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352163
  15. Ground-based observations of dayside auroral forms and magnetic perturbations in the arctic sectors of Svalbard and Greenland, in combination with the high-resolution measurements of ionospheric ion drift and ...

    Authors: P. E. Sandholt, J. Moen, P. Stauning, J. A. Holtet, S. W. H. Cowley, M. Lockwood, U. P. Løvhaug, T. Hansen and A. Egeland
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352161
  16. The Danish satellite Ørsted is due to be launched in 1998, and should provide, for the first time since the Magsat mission (1979–1980), a dense and global coverage of the Earth’s surface with vector measuremen...

    Authors: Pascale Ultré-Guérard, Dominique Jault, Mioara Alexandrescu and José Achache
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352158
  17. Eight years of Ajisai SLR data were processed to determine the terrestrial reference frame and its time evolution. The typical precision and accuracy of the estimated geocenter position averaged over a year de...

    Authors: Arata Sengoku
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352156
  18. Progress achieved in zodiacal light studies not only allows the estimation of the brightness and polarization to be expected in a given direction for an observer in the ecliptic plane; it also provides informa...

    Authors: A. Ch. Levasseur-Regourd
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352155
  19. Herbig Ae/Be (HAeBe) stars, young stars surrounded by dust shells, are believed to be precursors of β Pic-like stars, and the dust around them is thought to be a possible source material for the formation of p...

    Authors: Natalia A. Krivova, Vladimir B. Il’in and Hiroshi Kimura
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352154
  20. Atmospheric correction algorithm, which means a procedure to remove scattered light in an atmosphere from the spaced-based data, are shown for ocean color data given by the satellite ADEOS. In order to achieve...

    Authors: Sonoyo Mukai, Itaru Sano and Anthony Toigo
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352153
  21. We review recent progresses in light scattering for non-spherical particles. Special attention is paid to cluster of spheres in order to improve our understanding of interplanetary dust particles. For scatteri...

    Authors: Hajime Okamoto and Yu-lin Xu
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352151
  22. Zodiacal dust evolves from cometary debris through a stage called a meteoroid stream. Meteoroid streams produce meteor showers if a node of the stream is near 1 AU. On occasion, Earth encounters a stream of me...

    Authors: P. Jenniskens
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352149
  23. New model calculations for the dynamical evolution of dust particles at several solar radii around the Sun are presented. We choose a fractal aggregate consisting of either silicate or carbon as a representati...

    Authors: Alexander Krivov, Ingrid Mann and Hiroshi Kimura
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352148
  24. Like the solar photons the solar wind particles induce a drag force onto the zodiacal dust grains in the heliosphere. For the distant solar wind with high Mach numbers the drag coefficient is a constant, but c...

    Authors: Klaus Scherer and Hans-Jörg Fahr
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352147
  25. We calculate the temperature of dust grains produced in Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt (EKB) based on the grain model for water-ice and silicate mixtures. The dust grains with radii ranging from 0.1 μm to 1 mm have low...

    Authors: S. Yamamoto and T. Mukai
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352145
  26. Retrieval algorithms for scattering particles are shown based on photopolarimeric measurements of sky light over the ocean and multiple scattering simulations of the polarization field. Polarized components of...

    Authors: Itaru Sano and Sonoyo Mukai
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352143
  27. We present the mid-infrared spectrum (3–12 μm) of the zodiacal emission obtained by the Infrared Telescope in Space (IRTS), the first Japanese cryogenically cooled orbital infrared telescope. The Near-Infrared...

    Authors: T. Ootsubo, T. Onaka, I. Yamamura, T. Tanabé, T. L. Roellig, K. -W. Chan and T. Matsumoto
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352142
  28. We discuss our present knowledge about the brightness of the solar F-corona in the wavelength range from the visible to the middle infrared. From the general trend of the observational data, the F-corona is regar...

    Authors: Hiroshi Kimura and Ingrid Mann
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352140
  29. The history of zodiacal light spectrometry follows faithfully the history of optical detection technology. Each new design effort has resulted in the harnessing of new and more efficient detectors to the probl...

    Authors: J. F. James
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352138
  30. We summarize the results of our Gegenschein observations at Norikura (altitude 2876 m, Japan) in Sept. 18, 1996, and at Kiso (altitude 1130 m, Japan) in Feb. 9–14, and March 4 and 5,1997. The instrument consis...

    Authors: Masateru Ishiguro, Hideo Fukushima, Daisuke Kinoshita, Tadashi Mukai, Ryosuke Nakamura, Jun-ichi Watanabe, Takeshi Watanabe and John F. James
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352137
  31. Photometric surveys of the Zodiacal Light (ZL) already allowed to retrieve features of interplanetary dust space distribution and optical behaviour. Of the brightness “gathering” function dZ = D(α)/m along each l...

    Authors: R. Dumont, J. B. Renard, A. C. Levasseur-Regourd and J. L. Weinberg
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352136
  32. We discuss some aspects of the study of the Zodiacal cloud based on brightness observations. The discussion of optical properties as well as the spatial distribution of the dust cloud show that the description...

    Authors: Ingrid Mann
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352135
  33. The objective of this paper is to construct a stable inversion scheme to determine the conductance of a buried inhomogeneous layer masked by sedimentary cover. We employ a model which incorporates a surface sh...

    Authors: Dmitry B. Avdeev, Alexei V. Kuvshinov and Oleg V. Pankratov
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352128
  34. A comparison of satellite and surface surveys of geomagnetic anomalies is performed. A special regional aeromagnetic survey was carried out at the Urals. Different models of the reference field for the region ...

    Authors: N. V. Fedorova and V. A. Shapiro
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 50:BF03352126

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