His scientific interests lie mostly in Atomic physics, Atmospheric sciences, Ionosphere, Solar wind and Ring current. His work deals with themes such as Van Allen radiation belt, Electron precipitation and Kinetic energy, which intersect with Atomic physics. The study of Atmospheric sciences is intertwined with the study of Meteorology in a number of ways.
His Ionosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Interplanetary magnetic field and Atmosphere of Earth. His studies deal with areas such as Earth's magnetic field, Magnetosphere and Geophysics as well as Solar wind. David S. Evans works mostly in the field of Ring current, limiting it down to topics relating to Computational physics and, in certain cases, Telescope, Relativistic particle and Waves in plasmas.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atmospheric sciences, Ionosphere, Geophysics, Ring current and Geomagnetic storm. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Storm, Earth's magnetic field, Solar wind and Thermosphere. His research in the fields of Incoherent scatter overlaps with other disciplines such as Local time.
He has researched Geophysics in several fields, including Computational physics, Convection, Astrophysics, Interplanetary magnetic field and Magnetosphere. His Ring current study incorporates themes from Plasmasphere, Energetic neutral atom, Coronal mass ejection, Plasma sheet and Atomic physics. His Atomic physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Van Allen radiation belt and Pitch angle.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Atmospheric sciences, Ring current, Geomagnetic storm, Geophysics and Ionosphere. He has included themes like Storm, Earth's magnetic field, Solar wind and Precipitation in his Atmospheric sciences study. His Ring current research integrates issues from Energetic neutral atom, Coronal mass ejection, Astrophysics and Plasma sheet.
His Geomagnetic storm study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Plasmasphere and Latitude. David S. Evans combines subjects such as Computational physics and Equator with his study of Geophysics. His research integrates issues of Convection, Electron density and Magnetic cloud in his study of Ionosphere.
David S. Evans spends much of his time researching Ring current, Atomic physics, Van Allen radiation belt, Geophysics and Solar wind. His biological study deals with issues like Pitch angle, which deal with fields such as Scattering, Cyclotron and Magnetic cloud. Atomic physics is closely attributed to Electron precipitation in his work.
His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geomagnetic storm, Computational physics and Plasma sheet. His Solar wind study incorporates themes from Wind speed, Earth's magnetic field and Atmospheric sciences. Much of his study explores Atmospheric sciences relationship to Meteorology.
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Precipitating electron fluxes formed by a magnetic field aligned potential difference
David S. Evans.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1974)
Height-integrated Pedersen and Hall conductivity patterns inferred from the TIROS-NOAA satellite data
T. J. Fuller-Rowell;D. S. Evans.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1987)
Ionospheric convection associated with discrete levels of particle precipitation
J. C. Foster;J. M. Holt;R. G. Musgrove;D. S. Evans.
Geophysical Research Letters (1986)
Auroral vector electric field and particle comparisons, 2, Electrodynamics of an arc
D. S. Evans;N. C. Maynard;J. Trøim;T. Jacobsen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1977)
Precipitation of radiation belt electrons by EMIC waves, observed from ground and space
Y. Miyoshi;K. Sakaguchi;K. Shiokawa;D. Evans.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Global energy deposition during the January 1997 magnetic cloud event
G. Lu;D. N. Baker;R. L. McPherron;Charlie J. Farrugia.
web science (1998)
The observations of a near monoenergetic flux of auroral electrons
David S. Evans.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1968)
A Monte Carlo simulation of the NOAA POES Medium Energy Proton and Electron Detector instrument
Karl Yando;Karl Yando;Robyn M. Millan;Janet C. Green;David S. Evans.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Medium energy particle precipitation influences on the mesosphere and lower thermosphere
M. V. Codrescu;T. J. Fuller-Rowell;R. G. Roble;D. S. Evans.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Kinetic simulations of ring current evolution during the Geospace Environment Modeling challenge events
V. K. Jordanova;Y. S. Miyoshi;S. Zaharia;M. F. Thomsen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
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