His scientific interests lie mostly in Geophysics, Plasmasphere, Earth's magnetic field, Astrophysics and Plasma. His studies deal with areas such as Geosynchronous orbit, Magnetic reconnection, Plasmoid, Interplanetary magnetic field and Magnetic flux as well as Geophysics. His work deals with themes such as Trough, Local time, Synchronous orbit, Geodesy and Atomic physics, which intersect with Plasmasphere.
His Local time study also includes fields such as
His primary scientific interests are in Geophysics, Ionosphere, Plasmasphere, Magnetosphere and Earth's magnetic field. Mark B. Moldwin combines subjects such as Local time, Geomagnetic storm, Interplanetary magnetic field, Solar wind and Substorm with his study of Geophysics. His study looks at the relationship between Local time and topics such as Atomic physics, which overlap with Van Allen Probes.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Atmospheric sciences and Geodesy in addition to Ionosphere. His Plasmasphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Extreme ultraviolet lithography, Geosynchronous orbit and Remote sensing. Mark B. Moldwin interconnects Plasmoid, Astrophysics and Amplitude in the investigation of issues within Earth's magnetic field.
Ionosphere, Geophysics, Magnetometer, Earth's magnetic field and Atmospheric sciences are his primary areas of study. His research on Ionosphere also deals with topics like
His study connects Local time and Plasmasphere. His Magnetometer research focuses on Remote sensing and how it connects with Field line. His study focuses on the intersection of Atmospheric sciences and fields such as Geomagnetic storm with connections in the field of Thermosphere.
Mark B. Moldwin spends much of his time researching Atmospheric sciences, Ionosphere, Earth's magnetic field, Geophysics and Magnetometer. His Ionosphere research includes elements of Plasma and Plasmasphere. His Plasmasphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Solar maximum, Local time and Solar minimum.
His work carried out in the field of Earth's magnetic field brings together such families of science as Field line and Interplanetary magnetic field. His research in Geophysics intersects with topics in Computational physics, Plume and Solar wind. He has included themes like Geodesy, Spacecraft, Shock, Term and Remote sensing in his Magnetometer study.
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The Magnetospheric Multiscale Magnetometers
C. T. Russell;B. J. Anderson;W. Baumjohann;K. R. Bromund.
Space Science Reviews (2016)
An empirical plasmasphere and trough density model: CRRES observations
B. W. Sheeley;M. B. Moldwin;M. B. Moldwin;H. K. Rassoul;R. R. Anderson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
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)
Empirical plasmapause models from magnetic indices
T. P. O'Brien;M. B. Moldwin.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
A new model of the location of the plasmapause: CRRES results
Mark B. Moldwin;L. Downward;H. K. Rassoul;R. Amin.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
The magnetospheric lobe at geosynchronous orbit
M. F. Thomsen;S. J. Bame;D. J. McComas;M. B. Moldwin.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Magnetospheric plasma analyzer: Initial three-spacecraft observations from geosynchronous orbit
D. J. McComas;S. J. Bame;B. L. Barraclough;J. R. Donart.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
On the formation and evolution of plasmoids: A survey of ISEE 3 geotail data
Mark B. Moldwin;W. Jeffrey Hughes.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1992)
An Introduction to Space Weather
Small-scale magnetic flux ropes in the solar wind
M. B. Moldwin;S. Ford;R. Lepping;J. Slavin.
Geophysical Research Letters (2000)
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