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  Information - ST10 Coupling processes of radiation belts and plasmasphere

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The global state of the magnetosphere is connected to the dynamics of the inner magnetosphere that contains three very different plasma regimes, the radiation belts, ring current and plasmasphere. They occupy partially the same region of space, and therefore it is not a surprise that they are coupled to each other via different processes. In addition these regions are also linked to the ionosphere as well as to the surrounding magnetospheric regions. In the inner magnetosphere new particles are produced while some others are lost or transported elsewhere. New observations have been recently collected by many satellites such as Cluster and Polar, and plethora of new data from dedicated missions will become available to the scientists in the next decade. This session solicits contributions on new results on the inner magnetosphere and its coupling processes.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers


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