1981 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
1981 - James B. Macelwane Medal, American Geophysical Union (AGU)
David J. Southwood mostly deals with Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Solar wind, Ionosphere and Magnetic field. The various areas that David J. Southwood examines in his Magnetosphere study include Field line, Astronomy and Astrobiology. David J. Southwood has included themes like Quantum electrodynamics and Classical mechanics in his Field line study.
His Geophysics research integrates issues from Magnetopause, Magnetosheath, Plasma sheet, Mechanics and Earth's magnetic field. The Ionosphere study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric models, Convection, Dipole, Polarization and Magnetohydrodynamic drive. His work deals with themes such as Spacecraft and Computational physics, which intersect with Magnetic field.
David J. Southwood spends much of his time researching Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Solar wind, Magnetic field and Astronomy. His Magnetosphere research incorporates elements of Field line, Computational physics, Classical mechanics and Saturn. David J. Southwood has researched Geophysics in several fields, including Magnetopause, Magnetic flux, Earth's magnetic field and Plasma sheet.
His study in Solar wind is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Shock wave, Asteroid, Atmospheric sciences and Current sheet. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spacecraft, Plasma, Field and Astrophysics in addition to Magnetic field. His Astronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Astrobiology, Mercury's magnetic field and Magnetic dipole.
David J. Southwood mainly investigates Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Astronomy, Saturn and Magnetosphere of Saturn. David J. Southwood interconnects Amplitude, Field line, Astrophysics and Solar wind in the investigation of issues within Magnetosphere. His work carried out in the field of Geophysics brings together such families of science as Dipole, Planet and Magnetic flux, Magnetic field.
His Astronomy research includes elements of Astrobiology and Rotation. David J. Southwood interconnects Ring current, Plasma, Circulation and Current sheet in the investigation of issues within Saturn. His Magnetosphere of Saturn study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rotation period and Saturn's hexagon.
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Some features of field line resonances in the magnetosphere
Planetary and Space Science (1974)
The screening of micropulsation signals by the atmosphere and ionosphere
W. J. Hughes;D. J. Southwood.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1976)
THE CLUSTER MAGNETIC FIELD INVESTIGATION
A. Balogh;M. W. Dunlop;S. W. H. Cowley;D. J. Southwood.
Space Science Reviews (1997)
The Cassini Magnetic Field Investigation
M. K. Dougherty;S. Kellock;D. J. Southwood;A. Balogh.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
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 hydromagnetic stability of the magnetospheric boundary
Planetary and Space Science (1968)
Coupling of global magnetospheric MHD eigenmodes to field line resonances
Margaret G. Kivelson;David J. Southwood.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
A survey of dayside flux transfer events observed by ISEE 1 and 2 magnetometers
R. P. Rijnbeek;S. W. H. Cowley;D. J. Southwood;C. T. Russell.
web science (1984)
Resonant ULF waves: A new interpretation
Margaret G. Kivelson;David J. Southwood.
Geophysical Research Letters (1985)
What are flux transfer events
D. J. Southwood;Charlie J. Farrugia;M. A. Saunders.
Planetary and Space Science (1988)
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