His main research concerns Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Solar wind, Magnetopause and Astrophysics. The Magnetosphere study combines topics in areas such as Astrobiology, Magnetometer, Computational physics and Plasmoid. James A. Slavin focuses mostly in the field of Geophysics, narrowing it down to matters related to Plasma sheet and, in some cases, Earth radius.
His Solar wind research incorporates themes from Magnetic pressure, Field line and Ionosphere. His research integrates issues of Coronal mass ejection and Mercury's magnetic field in his study of Magnetopause. His study looks at the relationship between Astrophysics and fields such as Current sheet, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary areas of study are Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Solar wind, Astrophysics and Magnetopause. His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plasma, Computational physics, Plasma sheet and Substorm. His research investigates the connection between Magnetosphere and topics such as Astrobiology that intersect with issues in Exosphere.
His study in Solar wind focuses on Interplanetary magnetic field in particular. His Astrophysics research includes themes of Field strength, Magnetic flux, Mach number and Plasmoid. His biological study focuses on Magnetosheath.
His primary scientific interests are in Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Solar wind, Plasma and Magnetopause. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computational physics, Magnetohydrodynamics, Astrophysics, Ionosphere and Magnetic reconnection in addition to Magnetosphere. Specifically, his work in Astrophysics is concerned with the study of Planet.
In his work, Atomic physics is strongly intertwined with Plasma sheet, which is a subfield of Geophysics. His study in the fields of Interplanetary magnetic field under the domain of Solar wind overlaps with other disciplines such as Environmental science. His Mercury's magnetic field research extends to the thematically linked field of Magnetopause.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Plasma, Plasma sheet and Solar wind. His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Magnetopause, Magnetosheath, Computational physics, Magnetometer and Substorm. His study in Magnetopause is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecular physics, Radius, Interplanetary magnetic field and Plasmoid.
His studies deal with areas such as Magnetic flux, Magnetic reconnection, Magnetohydrodynamics and Astrophysics as well as Magnetosphere. The study incorporates disciplines such as Boundary, Electron and Atomic physics in addition to Plasma sheet. His Solar wind research includes elements of Space environment, Astronomy and Atmospheric sciences.
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The WIND magnetic field investigation
R. P. Lepping;M. H. Acũna;L. F. Burlaga;W. M. Farrell.
Space Science Reviews (1995)
The Magnetospheric Multiscale Magnetometers
C. T. Russell;B. J. Anderson;W. Baumjohann;K. R. Bromund.
Space Science Reviews (2016)
Pioneer Venus Orbiter Magnetic Field and Plasma Observations in the Venus Magnetotail
J. A. Slavin;D. S. Intriligator;E. J. Smith.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
THE CLUSTER MAGNETIC FIELD INVESTIGATION
A. Balogh;M. W. Dunlop;S. W. H. Cowley;D. J. Southwood.
Space Science Reviews (1997)
An ISEE 3 study of average and substorm conditions in the distant magnetotail
J. A. Slavin;E. J. Smith;D. G. Sibeck;D. N. Baker.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1985)
The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: Scientific objectives and implementation
Sean C. Solomon;Ralph L. McNutt;Robert E. Gold;Mario H. Acuña.
Planetary and Space Science (2001)
Solar wind flow about the terrestrial planets 1. Modeling bow shock position and shape
James A. Slavin;Robert E. Holzer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1981)
Geotail observations of magnetic flux ropes in the plasma sheet
J. A. Slavin;R. P. Lepping;J. Gjerloev;D. H. Fairfield.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Structure of the magnetotail at 220 RE and its response to geomagnetic activity
E. W. Hones;D. N. Baker;S. J. Bame;W. C. Feldman.
Geophysical Research Letters (1984)
The global magnetic field of Mercury from MESSENGER orbital observations.
Brian J. Anderson;Catherine L. Johnson;Catherine L. Johnson;Haje Korth;Michael E. Purucker.
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