Gang Lu mainly investigates Ionosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Geophysics, Geomagnetic storm and Thermosphere. Gang Lu performs integrative study on Ionosphere and Electric field. Gang Lu regularly links together related areas like Storm in his Atmospheric sciences studies.
The various areas that he examines in his Geophysics study include Magnetopause, Ring current, Magnetosphere, Solar wind and Convection. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Geomagnetic storm, Solar physics is strongly linked to Coronal mass ejection. In Thermosphere, Gang Lu works on issues like Electron density, which are connected to Electron temperature, F region and Universal Time.
Gang Lu mostly deals with Ionosphere, Geophysics, Atmospheric sciences, Geomagnetic storm and Magnetosphere. His F region and Incoherent scatter study in the realm of Ionosphere interacts with subjects such as Electric field and Joule heating. His Geophysics research includes elements of Magnetopause, Interplanetary magnetic field, Solar wind, Convection and Earth's magnetic field.
His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Storm, Atmosphere, Thermosphere and Latitude. His research integrates issues of Ring current, Coronal mass ejection, Space weather and Precipitation in his study of Geomagnetic storm. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computational physics, Outflow and Electrojet.
Gang Lu mainly focuses on Ionosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Storm, Thermosphere and Environmental science. His Ionosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Atmosphere, High latitude and Solar wind. His work carried out in the field of Atmospheric sciences brings together such families of science as Space weather and Precipitation.
His Storm study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geomagnetic storm and Plume. His Geomagnetic storm study incorporates themes from Seismology, Coronal mass ejection, Interplanetary magnetic field and Geophysics. His work in Geophysics tackles topics such as Magnetosphere which are related to areas like Computational physics.
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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)
A statistical study of the ionospheric convection response to changing interplanetary magnetic field conditions using the assimilative mapping of ionospheric electrodynamics technique
A. J. Ridley;Gang Lu;C. R. Clauer;V. O. Papitashvili.
web science (1999)
Dominant role of the asymmetric ring current in producing the stormtime Dst
M. W. Liemohn;J. U. Kozyra;M. F. Thomsen;J. L. Roeder.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Global simulation of the Geospace Environment Modeling substorm challenge event
J. Raeder;R. L. McPherron;L. A. Frank;S. Kokubun.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Theoretical study of the low- and midlatitude ionospheric electron density enhancement during the October 2003 superstorm: Relative importance of the neutral wind and the electric field
C. H. Lin;C. H. Lin;A. D. Richmond;R. A. Heelis;G. J. Bailey.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
The NCAR TIE‐GCM
Liying Qian;Alan G. Burns;Barbara A. Emery;Benjamin Foster.
Magnetosphere‐ionosphere‐thermosphere coupling: Effect of neutral winds on energy transfer and field‐aligned current
G. Lu;A. D. Richmond;B. A. Emery;R. G. Roble.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Global energy deposition during the January 1997 magnetic cloud event
G. Lu;D. N. Baker;R. L. McPherron;Charlie J. Farrugia.
web science (1998)
Development and Validation of the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model With Thermosphere and Ionosphere Extension (WACCM‐X 2.0)
Han‐Li Liu;Charles G. Bardeen;Benjamin T. Foster;Peter Lauritzen.
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (2018)
Upper-atmospheric effects of magnetic storms: a brief tutorial
A.D. Richmond;G. Lu.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2000)
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