2018 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Geoffrey D. Reeves mainly investigates Geophysics, Van Allen radiation belt, Electron, Magnetosphere and Computational physics. The various areas that Geoffrey D. Reeves examines in his Geophysics study include Geosynchronous orbit, Plasmasphere, Geomagnetic storm, Solar wind and Substorm. He is studying Van Allen Probes, which is a component of Van Allen radiation belt.
The concepts of his Electron study are interwoven with issues in Scattering, Phase space, Acceleration and Atomic physics. His work in Magnetosphere tackles topics such as Spacecraft which are related to areas like Satellite. His research investigates the connection with Computational physics and areas like Convection which intersect with concerns in Instability.
His primary scientific interests are in Geophysics, Van Allen radiation belt, Magnetosphere, Electron and Substorm. His Geophysics research includes themes of Geosynchronous orbit, Geomagnetic storm, Solar wind and Astrophysics. His study in Van Allen radiation belt focuses on Van Allen Probes in particular.
His Magnetosphere research includes elements of Field line, Earth's magnetic field and Flux. His studies deal with areas such as Computational physics, Proton, Electron precipitation and Atomic physics as well as Electron. He interconnects Local time, Atmospheric sciences, Plasma sheet, Electric field and Interplanetary magnetic field in the investigation of issues within Substorm.
Geoffrey D. Reeves mainly focuses on Van Allen radiation belt, Van Allen Probes, Electron, Magnetosphere and Geophysics. He focuses mostly in the field of Van Allen radiation belt, narrowing it down to topics relating to Pitch angle and, in certain cases, Scattering. His Van Allen Probes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plasmasphere, Geomagnetic storm, Astrophysics, Plasma sheet and Atomic physics.
His work in Electron addresses subjects such as Computational physics, which are connected to disciplines such as Particle acceleration. His Magnetosphere research integrates issues from Local time, Electric field and Space physics. His studies in Geophysics integrate themes in fields like Magnetopause, Interplanetary magnetic field, Interplanetary spaceflight and Substorm.
Geoffrey D. Reeves spends much of his time researching Van Allen radiation belt, Van Allen Probes, Electron, Geophysics and Atomic physics. His work carried out in the field of Van Allen radiation belt brings together such families of science as Computational physics, Hiss, Pitch angle, Astrophysics and Solar wind. Van Allen Probes is a subfield of Magnetosphere that Geoffrey D. Reeves studies.
His Magnetosphere course of study focuses on Electric field and Magnetic field. His Electron research focuses on subjects like Acceleration, which are linked to Event. His Geophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Local time, Electron precipitation, Substorm and Electron dynamics.
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Acceleration and loss of relativistic electrons during small geomagnetic storms.
B. R. Anderson;R. M. Millan;G. D. Reeves;R. H. W. Friedel.
Geophysical Research Letters (2015)
Rapid local acceleration of relativistic radiation-belt electrons by magnetospheric chorus
R. M. Thorne;W Li;B Ni;Q. Ma.
Relativistic electron dynamics in the inner magnetosphere — a review
R.H.W Friedel;G.D Reeves;T Obara.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2002)
Electron Acceleration in the Heart of the Van Allen Radiation Belts
G. D. Reeves;Harlan E. Spence;M. G. Henderson;S. K. Morley.
Helium, Oxygen, Proton, and Electron (HOPE) Mass Spectrometer for the Radiation Belt Storm Probes Mission
H. O. Funsten;R. M. Skoug;A. A. Guthrie;E. A. MacDonald.
Space Science Reviews (2013)
Science Goals and Overview of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Energetic Particle, Composition, and Thermal Plasma (ECT) Suite on NASA’s Van Allen Probes Mission
H. E. Spence;G. D. Reeves;D. N. Baker;J. B. Blake.
Space Science Reviews (2013)
Outward radial diffusion driven by losses at magnetopause
Y. Y. Shprits;Y. Y. Shprits;R. M. Thorne;R. Friedel;G. D. Reeves.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
High-speed ion flow, substorm current wedge, and multiple Pi 2 pulsations
K. Shiokawa;W. Baumjohann;G. Haerendel;G. Paschmann.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Which magnetic storms produce relativistic electrons at geosynchronous orbit
T. P. O'Brien;R. L. McPherron;D. Sornette;G. D. Reeves.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
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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