2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Canada Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geophysics, Substorm, Plasma sheet, Magnetosphere and Ionosphere. Eric Donovan combines subjects such as Computational physics, Earth's magnetic field, Astrophysics, Field line and Arc with his study of Geophysics. His Substorm research integrates issues from Remote sensing, Breakup, Current sheet, Magnetic reconnection and Solar wind.
His Plasma sheet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wavelength, Geomagnetic storm, Geostationary orbit and Conjunction. Eric Donovan has included themes like Spacecraft, Magnetometer and Emission spectrum in his Magnetosphere study. In general Ionosphere, his work in TEC is often linked to Environmental science linking many areas of study.
Geophysics, Substorm, Magnetosphere, Ionosphere and Plasma sheet are his primary areas of study. In his study, Atmospheric sciences is inextricably linked to Solar wind, which falls within the broad field of Geophysics. His studies deal with areas such as Instability, Latitude, Breakup, Astrophysics and Arc as well as Substorm.
His studies in Magnetosphere integrate themes in fields like Spacecraft and Magnetometer. His Ionosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geomagnetic storm and Geodesy. His Plasma sheet study incorporates themes from Local time, Magnetic reconnection and Polar.
Eric Donovan focuses on Geophysics, Ionosphere, Magnetosphere, Substorm and Computational physics. His study focuses on the intersection of Geophysics and fields such as Latitude with connections in the field of Sky and Astrophysics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ring current, Convection, Plasma sheet and Atmospheric sciences in addition to Ionosphere.
The concepts of his Magnetosphere study are interwoven with issues in Remote sensing, Local time, Astronomy and Current sheet. The Substorm study combines topics in areas such as Arc, Magnetometer, Radar observations and Surge. His research in Computational physics intersects with topics in Field line and Electron heating.
Eric Donovan spends much of his time researching Geophysics, Ionosphere, Convection, Optics and Magnetosphere. His Geophysics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Latitude. Eric Donovan focuses mostly in the field of Latitude, narrowing it down to matters related to Electron precipitation and, in some cases, Electron temperature and Computational physics.
His Ionosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ring current, Super Dual Auroral Radar Network, Atmospheric sciences and Plasma sheet. Eric Donovan interconnects Flow velocity and Astrophysics, Sky in the investigation of issues within Convection. His Magnetosphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Brightness, Conjugate, Magnetometer and Current sheet.
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Tail reconnection triggering substorm onset.
Vassilis Angelopoulos;James P. McFadden;Davin Larson;Charles W. Carlson.
The Electric Field and Waves Instruments on the Radiation Belt Storm Probes Mission
J. R. Wygant;J. W. Bonnell;K. Goetz;R. E. Ergun.
Space Science Reviews (2013)
The THEMIS Array of Ground-based Observatories for the Study of Auroral Substorms
S. B. Mende;S. E. Harris;H. U. Frey;V. Angelopoulos.
Space Science Reviews (2008)
Substorm onset observations by IMAGE-FUV
H. U. Frey;S. B. Mende;V. Angelopoulos;E. F. Donovan.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
The Space Physics Environment Data Analysis System (SPEDAS)
V. Angelopoulos;P. Cruce;A. Drozdov;E. W. Grimes.
Space Science Reviews (2019)
First Results from the THEMIS Mission
V. Angelopoulos;D. Sibeck;C. W. Carlson;J. P. McFadden.
Space Science Reviews (2008)
The auroral signature of earthward flow bursts observed in the magnetotail
Eftyhia Zesta;Lawrence R. Lyons;Eric Donovan.
Geophysical Research Letters (2000)
The THEMIS all-sky imaging array—system design and initial results from the prototype imager
Eric Donovan;Stephen Mende;Brian Jackel;Harald Frey.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2006)
Akebono/Suprathermal Mass Spectrometer observations of low‐energy ion outflow: Dependence on magnetic activity and solar wind conditions
C. M. Cully;E. F. Donovan;A. W. Yau;G. G. Arkos.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Evolution and characteristics of global Pc5 ULF waves during a high solar wind speed interval
I. J. Rae;E. F. Donovan;I. R. Mann;F. R. Fenrich.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
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