2005 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Her primary areas of investigation include Ring current, Atmospheric sciences, Solar wind, Atomic physics and Magnetosphere. Her Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Atmosphere, Ionosphere, Thermosphere, Solar maximum and Solar minimum. Her Ionosphere study incorporates themes from Martian, Astrobiology and Mars Exploration Program.
As part of the same scientific family, Janet U. Kozyra usually focuses on Solar wind, concentrating on Computational physics and intersecting with Scattering, Venus and Atmosphere of Venus. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electron, Pitch angle, Plasmasphere and Photoionization. Her research in Magnetosphere intersects with topics in Geomagnetic storm and Geophysics.
Her primary scientific interests are in Geophysics, Ring current, Solar wind, Geomagnetic storm and Magnetosphere. Her Geophysics research incorporates elements of Magnetosheath and Interplanetary spaceflight. Janet U. Kozyra has researched Ring current in several fields, including Storm, Plasmasphere, Latitude, Atomic physics and Mechanics.
The concepts of her Solar wind study are interwoven with issues in Martian, Astrobiology and Space weather. Her Geomagnetic storm research focuses on subjects like Atmospheric sciences, which are linked to Thermosphere, Solar minimum, Solar maximum and Atmosphere. Her research integrates issues of Computational physics and Ionosphere in her study of Magnetosphere.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Geomagnetic storm, Solar wind and Ring current. Janet U. Kozyra works in the field of Geophysics, focusing on Ionosphere in particular. She is interested in Plasma sheet, which is a field of Magnetosphere.
Her Geomagnetic storm research incorporates themes from TEC, Coronal mass ejection and Satellite. Her research in Solar wind is mostly focused on Magnetic cloud. Her Ring current research integrates issues from Wave propagation, Atomic physics and Ray tracing.
Janet U. Kozyra mostly deals with Solar wind, Geophysics, Computational physics, Thermosphere and Earth's magnetic field. Her Solar wind study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Meteorology and Magnetosphere. Her Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wave propagation, Amplitude and Ray tracing.
Her research in Computational physics tackles topics such as Electron which are related to areas like Photoelectric effect, Mars Exploration Program and Ionization. Her work carried out in the field of Geomagnetic storm brings together such families of science as Middle latitudes, Magnetic cloud and Ionosphere. Her Coronal mass ejection study frequently links to related topics such as Ring current.
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Dayside global ionospheric response to the major interplanetary events of October 29–30, 2003 “Halloween Storms”
A. J. Mannucci;B. T. Tsurutani;B. A. Iijima;A. Komjathy.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Global dayside ionospheric uplift and enhancement associated with interplanetary electric fields
Bruce Tsurutani;Anthony Mannucci;Byron Iijima;Mangalathayil Ali Abdu.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
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)
Effects of energetic heavy ions on electromagnetic ion cyclotron wave generation in the plasmapause region
J. U. Kozyra;T. E. Cravens;A. F. Nagy;E. G. Fontheim.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1984)
Electron precipitation and related aeronomy of the Jovian thermosphere and ionosphere
J. H. Waite;T. E. Cravens;J. Kozyra;A. F. Nagy.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1983)
Collisional losses of ring current ions
V. K. Jordanova;L. M. Kistler;J. U. Kozyra;G. V. Khazanov.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Solar Wind-Induced Atmospheric Erosion at Mars: First Results from ASPERA-3 on Mars Express
R. Lundin;S. Barabash;H. Andersson;M. Holmström.
Dayside pickup oxygen ion precipitation at Venus and Mars: Spatial distributions, energy deposition and consequences
J. G. Luhmann;J. U. Kozyra.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Kinetic model of the ring current-atmosphere interactions
V. K. Jordanova;J. U. Kozyra;A. F. Nagy;G. V. Khazanov.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
The role of ring current O+ in the formation of stable auroral red arcs
J. U. Kozyra;E. G. Shelley;R. H. Comfort;L. H. Brace.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1987)
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