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by R. J. L. Grard,J. Buchner,M. Scholer,D. Burgess
- ISBN: 0080418341
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- Author: R. J. L. Grard,J. Buchner,M. Scholer,D. Burgess
- Subcategory: Astronomy & Space Science
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Pergamon Pr (October 1, 1991)
- Pages: 298 pages
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Planetary Magnetospheric Physics I book. The papers presented in this volume are taken from the.
Scholer, M. and Morfil, . 1974, in B. M. McCormac (e.,Magnetospheric Physics, D. Reidel Publ. Schulz, . and Lanzerotti, L. 1974,Particle Diffusion in the Radiation Belts, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. C. Dordrecht-Holland. Scholer, M. and Morfill, . 1975, to be submitted. Scholer, . Häusler, . and Hovestadt, . 1972,Planetary Space Sci. 20, 271. Google Scholar. Morfill, . 1974,J. 40, 37. 1975, submitted toJ. Geophys. Smart, D. Shea, M. and Gall, . 1969,J.
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Planetary Magnetospheric Physics I by R. ISBN13: 978-0080418346. Author: R. Pages: 298 pages. Publisher: Pergamon Pr (October 1, 1991).
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