2014 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His main research concerns Magnetosphere, Astronomy, Waves in plasmas, Saturn and Plasma. His Magnetosphere research incorporates themes from Electron, Geophysics, Astrophysics and Atomic physics. His studies in Astronomy integrate themes in fields like Magnetosphere of Jupiter and Solar wind.
The concepts of his Waves in plasmas study are interwoven with issues in Computational physics, Whistler, Electric field, Plasma sheet and Plasma oscillation. His study in Saturn is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enceladus, Atmospheric sciences, Field line and Ion, Dusty plasma. William S. Kurth has included themes like Magnetic field and Torus in his Plasma study.
His primary scientific interests are in Astronomy, Magnetosphere, Jupiter, Waves in plasmas and Saturn. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Solar wind, Astrobiology and Magnetosphere of Saturn. His Magnetosphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geophysics, Ionosphere and Planet, Astrophysics.
His Astrophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electron and Heliosphere. His Jupiter research incorporates elements of Lightning and Polar. His studies examine the connections between Waves in plasmas and genetics, as well as such issues in Computational physics, with regards to Van Allen Probes, Whistler and Electric field.
William S. Kurth mostly deals with Astronomy, Jupiter, Magnetosphere, Saturn and Electron. In his study, Heliosphere is inextricably linked to Waves in plasmas, which falls within the broad field of Astronomy. His research on Jupiter concerns the broader Astrophysics.
His research in Magnetosphere focuses on subjects like Geophysics, which are connected to Whistler mode. Many of his studies on Saturn apply to Atmosphere as well. His work deals with themes such as Van Allen radiation belt, Computational physics, Acceleration and Atomic physics, which intersect with Electron.
His primary areas of investigation include Jupiter, Astronomy, Magnetosphere, Jovian and Electron. His Jupiter study is concerned with the field of Astrophysics as a whole. He has included themes like Solar wind, Magnetic field, Plasma and Waves in plasmas in his Astronomy study.
His Waves in plasmas research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Heliosphere and Saturn. He combines subjects such as Exploration of Jupiter, Magnetic reconnection and Planet with his study of Magnetosphere. The various areas that William S. Kurth examines in his Electron study include Computational physics, Van Allen radiation belt, Energy flux, Atomic physics and Acceleration.
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The Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS) on RBSP
C. A. Kletzing;W. S. Kurth;M. Acuna;R. J. MacDowall.
Space Science Reviews (2013)
Rapid local acceleration of relativistic radiation-belt electrons by magnetospheric chorus
R. M. Thorne;W Li;B Ni;Q. Ma.
The Cassini Radio and Plasma Wave Investigation
D. A. Gurnett;W. S. Kurth;D. L. Kirchner;G. B. Hospodarsky.
Space Science Reviews (2004)
Electron Acceleration in the Heart of the Van Allen Radiation Belts
G. D. Reeves;Harlan E. Spence;M. G. Henderson;S. K. Morley.
In Situ Observations of Interstellar Plasma with Voyager 1
D. A. Gurnett;W. S Kurth;L. F. Burlaga;N. F. Ness.
Electron densities inferred from plasma wave spectra obtained by the Waves instrument on Van Allen Probes.
W. S. Kurth;S. De Pascuale;J. B. Faden;C. A. Kletzing.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2015)
The Variable Rotation Period of the Inner Region of Saturn's Plasma Disk
D. A. Gurnett;A. M. Persoon;W. S. Kurth;J. B. Groene.
Jupiter plasma wave observations: an initial voyager 1 overview.
Frederick L. Scarf;Donald A. Gurnett;William S. Kurth.
Radio Emission from the Heliopause Triggered by an Interplanetary Shock
D. A. Gurnett;W. S. Kurth;S. C. Allendorf;R. L. Poynter.
Radio and plasma wave observations at Saturn from Cassini's approach and first orbit.
D.A. Gurnett;W. S. Kurth;G. B. Hospodarsky;A. M. Persoon.
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