1995 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
James L. Burch spends much of his time researching Plasma, Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Astrophysics and Electron. He interconnects Spacecraft, Comet, Astronomy, Computational physics and Saturn in the investigation of issues within Plasma. James L. Burch combines subjects such as Magnetopause, Convection, Field line, Magnetic reconnection and Polar with his study of Geophysics.
His studies in Magnetosphere integrate themes in fields like Solar wind, Energetic neutral atom and Ionosphere. James L. Burch has included themes like Interplanetary magnetic field and Atmospheric sciences, Noon in his Astrophysics study. His research in Electron intersects with topics in Event and Atomic physics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computational physics, Magnetic reconnection, Magnetosphere, Electron and Plasma. His research in Computational physics focuses on subjects like Turbulence, which are connected to Kinetic energy. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Magnetopause under Magnetic reconnection, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Geophysics and Interplanetary magnetic field.
The Magnetosphere study combines topics in areas such as Astrophysics and Solar wind. His Electron research incorporates themes from Scale, Condensed matter physics and Atomic physics. He combines subjects such as Astronomy and Ionosphere with his study of Plasma.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computational physics, Magnetic reconnection, Electron, Magnetopause and Plasma. His studies deal with areas such as Magnetosheath, Spacecraft, Turbulence, Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission and Magnetosphere as well as Computational physics. His work in Magnetosphere covers topics such as Space physics which are related to areas like Solar physics.
His Magnetic reconnection research includes elements of Line, Condensed matter physics, Current, Current sheet and Mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Amplitude, Scale and Atomic physics in addition to Electron. His Magnetopause research integrates issues from Astrophysics, Interplanetary magnetic field, Geophysics and Earth.
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Magnetospheric Multiscale Overview and Science Objectives
J. L. Burch;T. E. Moore;R. B. Torbert;B. L. Giles.
Space Science Reviews (2016)
Cassini plasma spectrometer investigation
D. T. Young;J. J. Berthelier;M. Blanc;J. L. Burch.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
Fast Plasma Investigation for Magnetospheric Multiscale
C. Pollock;T. Moore;A. Jacques;J. Burch.
Space Science Reviews (2016)
IMF By-dependent plasma flow and Birkeland currents in the dayside magnetosphere: 2. A global model for northward and southward IMF
Patricia H. Reiff;J. L. Burch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1985)
Solar wind plasma injection at the dayside magnetospheric cusp
P. H. Reiff;T. W. Hill;J. L. Burch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1977)
Polar views of the Earth's aurora with Dynamics Explorer
L. A. Frank;J. D. Craven;J. L. Burch;J. D. Winningham.
Geophysical Research Letters (1982)
Image Mission Overview
J. L. Burch.
Space Science Reviews (2000)
The theta aurora
L. A. Frank;J. D. Craven;D. A. Gurnett;S. D. Shawhan.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
An extreme distortion of the Van Allen belt arising from the ‘Hallowe'en’ solar storm in 2003
D. N. Baker;S. G. Kanekal;X. Li;S. P. Monk.
Composition and dynamics of plasma in Saturn's magnetosphere.
D. T. Young;Jean-Jacques Berthelier;M. Blanc;J. L. Burch.
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