Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure Dependency on the Plasma Flow Speed and Imf Bz During Different Geomagnetic Activities
In this paper, the dependency of the solar wind dynamic pressure P (nPa) on the plasma flow speed (km/s) and the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) Bz during the initial and main phase, as well as during peak plasma flow speed (Vmax) values of 9 ‘Intense’ (-250 nT ≤ peak Dst < -100 nT) and 11 ‘very intense’ (peak Dst < -250 nT) geomagnetic storms had been presented. Moreover, this...
Olufemi B ADEBESIN *, Oluwole S IKUBANNI, Stephen J KAYODE
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