His primary areas of investigation include Geophysics, Mineralogy, Magnetopause, Solar wind and Magnetosheath. The various areas that R. C. Elphic examines in his Geophysics study include Field line, Shock wave and Boundary layer. His work focuses on many connections between Field line and other disciplines, such as Earth's magnetic field, that overlap with his field of interest in Astrophysics.
His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Latitude, Neutron, Spectrometer, Basalt and Regolith. R. C. Elphic interconnects Ionosphere, Atmosphere of Venus, Venus and Computational physics in the investigation of issues within Solar wind. His work deals with themes such as Magnetic reconnection and Noon, which intersect with Magnetosheath.
His primary areas of study are Geophysics, Solar wind, Magnetosphere, Magnetopause and Neutron. His work investigates the relationship between Geophysics and topics such as Computational physics that intersect with problems in Dipole model of the Earth's magnetic field. His Solar wind study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere of Venus, Venus and Atmospheric sciences.
His Magnetosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Earth's magnetic field, Astrophysics, Atomic physics and Boundary layer. The concepts of his Magnetopause study are interwoven with issues in Magnetic reconnection, Noon and Geodesy. R. C. Elphic has researched Neutron in several fields, including Spectrometer, Latitude, Mineralogy and Regolith.
R. C. Elphic focuses on Astrobiology, Environmental science, Polar, Atmosphere of the Moon and Geophysics. His Astrobiology research incorporates elements of Earth science and Exosphere. His Polar research incorporates themes from Neutron, Field of view, Impact crater and Astrophysics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Lunar water, Computational physics, Conjunction and Mineralogy in addition to Neutron. His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plasma sheet, Magnetosphere and Plasma. His research in Ionosphere focuses on subjects like Earth's magnetic field, which are connected to Magnetopause and Drag.
His main research concerns Ionosphere, Spectrometer, Magnetosphere, Geophysics and Earth's magnetic field. R. C. Elphic has included themes like Neutron, Neutron detection, Field of view and Collimator in his Spectrometer study. In his research, Computational physics is intimately related to Conjunction, which falls under the overarching field of Neutron.
His work in the fields of Magnetosphere, such as Magnetopause, intersects with other areas such as Altitude. In his articles, R. C. Elphic combines various disciplines, including Geophysics and Local time. His research integrates issues of Magnetometer, Particle acceleration and Geodesy in his study of Earth's magnetic field.
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ISEE observations of flux transfer events at the dayside magnetopause
C. T. Russell;R. C. Elphic.
Geophysical Research Letters (1979)
Fluxes of fast and epithermal neutrons from Lunar Prospector: evidence for water ice at the lunar poles.
W. C. Feldman;S. Maurice;A. B. Binder;B. L. Barraclough.
Global distribution of neutrons from Mars: Results from Mars Odyssey
W. C. Feldman;W. V. Boynton;R. L. Tokar;T. H. Prettyman.
FAST satellite observations of large‐amplitude solitary structures
R. E. Ergun;C. W. Carlson;J. P. McFadden;F. S. Mozer.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
Global distribution of near-surface hydrogen on Mars
W. C. Feldman;T. H. Prettyman;S. Maurice;J. J. Plaut.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Observations of reconnection of interplanetary and lobe magnetic field lines at the high‐latitude magnetopause
J. T. Gosling;M. F. Thomsen;S. J. Bame;R. C. Elphic.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Elemental composition of the lunar surface: Analysis of gamma ray spectroscopy data from Lunar Prospector
T. H. Prettyman;J. J. Hagerty;R. C. Elphic;W. C. Feldman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Global Elemental Maps of the Moon: The Lunar Prospector Gamma-Ray Spectrometer
D. J. Lawrence;W. C. Feldman;B. L. Barraclough;A. B. Binder.
FAST observations in the downward auroral current region: Energetic upgoing electron beams, parallel potential drops, and ion heating
C. W. Carlson;J. P. McFadden;R. E. Ergun;M. Temerin.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
Understanding the Lunar Surface and Space-Moon Interactions
Paul Lucey;Randy L. Korotev;Jeffrey J. Gillis;Larry A. Taylor.
Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2006)
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