His main research concerns Van Allen Probes, Van Allen radiation belt, Electron, Geophysics and Computational physics. His Van Allen Probes study combines topics in areas such as Cyclotron, Astrophysics, Atomic physics and Plasmasphere. The various areas that Craig Kletzing examines in his Van Allen radiation belt study include Phase space, Ring current, Geomagnetic storm, Pitch angle and Acceleration.
His work often combines Electron and Three dimensional model studies. His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electron precipitation, Local time, Plasma sheet and Substorm. His Computational physics study incorporates themes from Electric field, Classical mechanics, Magnetosphere, Magnetic field and Alfvén wave.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Van Allen Probes, Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Van Allen radiation belt and Computational physics. His work deals with themes such as Plasmasphere, Electron, Hiss, Astrophysics and Atomic physics, which intersect with Van Allen Probes. His studies in Geophysics integrate themes in fields like Local time, Earth's magnetic field, Plasma sheet and Substorm.
His Magnetosphere study which covers Space physics that intersects with Space weather. His research in Van Allen radiation belt intersects with topics in Acceleration, Geomagnetic storm, Scattering and Pitch angle. His work investigates the relationship between Computational physics and topics such as Magnetic field that intersect with problems in Electric field.
Van Allen Probes, Magnetosphere, Van Allen radiation belt, Computational physics and Chorus are his primary areas of study. His Van Allen Probes research incorporates elements of Plasmasphere, Quantum electrodynamics, Astrophysics, Atomic physics and Electron. Craig Kletzing studied Electron and Acceleration that intersect with Event.
His Magnetosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geomagnetic storm, Solar wind, Energy, Earth and Ion. His study in Van Allen radiation belt is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amplitude, QUIET, Astronomy and Geophysics. His research investigates the connection between Computational physics and topics such as Pitch angle that intersect with problems in Scattering.
His primary areas of study are Van Allen Probes, Computational physics, Electron, Van Allen radiation belt and Quantum electrodynamics. He has researched Van Allen Probes in several fields, including Astrophysics, Plasmasphere and Interplanetary spaceflight. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Whistler mode, Geophysics, Dynamics, Charged particle and Solar wind.
In his study, Hiss is strongly linked to Plume, which falls under the umbrella field of Geophysics. In his work, Event, Resonance and Cyclotron is strongly intertwined with Acceleration, which is a subfield of Electron. The concepts of his Quantum electrodynamics study are interwoven with issues in Space, Plasma oscillation and Electric field.
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The Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS) on RBSP
C. A. Kletzing;W. S. Kurth;M. Acuna;R. J. MacDowall.
Space Science Reviews (2013)
SMALL SCALE ALFVÉNIC STRUCTURE IN THE AURORA
K. Stasiewicz;P. Bellan;C. Chaston;C. Kletzing.
Space Science Reviews (2000)
Rapid local acceleration of relativistic radiation-belt electrons by magnetospheric chorus
R. M. Thorne;W Li;B Ni;Q. Ma.
Electron Acceleration in the Heart of the Van Allen Radiation Belts
G. D. Reeves;Harlan E. Spence;M. G. Henderson;S. K. Morley.
Evidence for kinetic Alfvén waves and parallel electron energization at 4-6 RE altitudes in the plasma sheet boundary layer
J. R. Wygant;A. Keiling;C. A. Cattell;R. L. Lysak.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Electron densities inferred from plasma wave spectra obtained by the Waves instrument on Van Allen Probes.
W. S. Kurth;S. De Pascuale;J. B. Faden;C. A. Kletzing.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2015)
The FIELDS Instrument Suite on MMS : Scientific Objectives, Measurements, and Data Products
R. B. Torbert;R. B. Torbert;C. T. Russell;W. Magnes;R. E. Ergun.
Space Science Reviews (2016)
Polar spacecraft based comparisons of intense electric fields and Poynting flux near and within the plasma sheet-tail lobe boundary to UVI images: An energy source for the aurora
J. R. Wygant;A. Keiling;C. A. Cattell;M. Johnson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Hydra — A 3-dimensional electron and ion hot plasma instrument for the POLAR spacecraft of the GGS mission
J. Scudder;F. Hunsacker;G. Miller;J. Lobell.
Space Science Reviews (1995)
Effect of EMIC waves on relativistic and ultrarelativistic electron populations: Ground-based and Van Allen Probes observations
M. Usanova;A. Drozdov;A. Drozdov;K. Orlova;K. Orlova;I. R. Mann.
Geophysical Research Letters (2014)
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