2009 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Bruce T. Tsurutani mainly focuses on Geophysics, Solar wind, Astrophysics, Magnetosphere and Geomagnetic storm. The various areas that Bruce T. Tsurutani examines in his Geophysics study include Magnetopause, Earth's magnetic field, Plasma sheet, Magnetic reconnection and Substorm. His biological study deals with issues like Ionosphere, which deal with fields such as Noon.
His research in Astrophysics intersects with topics in Field strength, Heliosphere and Magnetohydrodynamics, Plasma. The study incorporates disciplines such as Astrobiology, Computational physics, Atmosphere of Earth and Shock in addition to Magnetosphere. Bruce T. Tsurutani combines subjects such as Storm, Ring current, Coronal mass ejection, Magnetic cloud and Atmospheric sciences with his study of Geomagnetic storm.
Bruce T. Tsurutani mainly investigates Solar wind, Geophysics, Astrophysics, Magnetosphere and Geomagnetic storm. His Solar wind research incorporates themes from Computational physics and Astronomy. His Geophysics research integrates issues from Earth's magnetic field, Plasma sheet, Interplanetary spaceflight and Substorm.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Shock wave and Heliosphere. The Magnetosphere study combines topics in areas such as Spacecraft and Magnetic reconnection. His research investigates the connection between Geomagnetic storm and topics such as Atmospheric sciences that intersect with problems in Solar cycle 23.
His main research concerns Solar wind, Ionosphere, Geophysics, Magnetosphere and Plasma. Bruce T. Tsurutani has included themes like Earth's magnetic field and Atmospheric sciences in his Solar wind study. Geophysics connects with themes related to Van Allen radiation belt in his study.
His Magnetosphere study which covers Interplanetary spaceflight that intersects with Shock. His Plasma research includes elements of Comet, Computational physics, Dynamics, Ionization and Atomic physics. Bruce T. Tsurutani works mostly in the field of Geomagnetic storm, limiting it down to concerns involving Coronal mass ejection and, occasionally, Magnetopause and Solar flare.
Bruce T. Tsurutani mostly deals with Solar wind, Geophysics, Ionosphere, Coronal mass ejection and Magnetosphere. His Solar wind research includes themes of Earth's magnetic field and Astrophysics. In his study, Magnetosonic wave is strongly linked to Equator, which falls under the umbrella field of Geophysics.
His research integrates issues of Computational physics and Astronomy in his study of Coronal mass ejection. Magnetosphere is closely attributed to Interplanetary spaceflight in his research. His Geomagnetic storm study combines topics in areas such as Space weather and Thermosphere.
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What is a geomagnetic storm
W. D. Gonzalez;J. A. Joselyn;Y. Kamide;H. W. Kroehl.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Interplanetary origin of geomagnetic storms
Walter D. Gonzalez;Bruce T. Tsurutani;Alicia L. Clúa de Gonzalez.
Space Science Reviews (1999)
Criteria of interplanetary parameters causing intense magnetic storms (Dst < −100 nT)
Walter D. Gonzalez;Bruce T. Tsurutani.
Planetary and Space Science (1987)
Corotating solar wind streams and recurrent geomagnetic activity: A review
Bruce T. Tsurutani;Bruce T. Tsurutani;Walter D. Gonzalez;Alicia L. C. Gonzalez;Fernando L. Guarnieri.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Origin of interplanetary southward magnetic fields responsible for major magnetic storms near solar maximum (1978–1979)
Bruce T. Tsurutani;Walter D. Gonzalez;Frances Tang;Syun I. Akasofu.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1988)
Postmidnight chorus: A substorm phenomenon
Bruce T. Tsurutani;Edward J. Smith.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1974)
The magnetic field investigation on the Ulysses mission - Instrumentation and preliminary scientific results
A. Balogh;T. J. Beek;R. J. Forsyth;P. C. Hedgecock.
Astronomy & Astrophysics Supplement Series (1992)
The Cassini Magnetic Field Investigation
M. K. Dougherty;S. Kellock;D. J. Southwood;A. Balogh.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
Interplanetary origin of geomagnetic activity in the declining phase of the solar cycle
Bruce T. Tsurutani;Walter D. Gonzalez;Alicia L. C. Gonzalez;Frances Tang.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
The extreme magnetic storm of 1–2 September 1859
B. T. Tsurutani;W. D. Gonzalez;G. S. Lakhina;S. Alex.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
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