David Gary Sibeck

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David Gary Sibeck

  • RESEARCH AST, FIELDS AND PARTICLES
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  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 674
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: NASA
  • Brief Bio

    Dr. Sibeck's research focuses upon the interaction of the solar wind with the Earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere, the regions where most space weather effects are felt.  Following a post-doc working on AMPTE/CCE observations of the Earth's radiation belts from 1985-1987, he advanced to a Principal Professional Staff position at nearby JHU/APL.  Here he became an AGU fellow, received the AGU's Macelwane award, actively participated in the Czech, Russian, and Slovak Prognoz and Interball spacecraft programs (ultimately receiving a medal from Charles University in Prague for his services), led successful efforts to preserve and provide endangered NASA magnetospheric data sets, organized a series of competitively awarded research groups at Switzerland's International Space Science Institute, and participated in a study to define the USAF's space weather needs.

    Upon moving to NASA/GSFC in 2002, he was almost immediately detailed to NASA/HQ, where he served a two-year term as Deputy Program Scientist setting up and running the Living With a Star (LWS) program, NASA's preeminent space weather program.  Since returning to NASA/GSFC in 2004, his work as Project and Mission Scientists has focused on the remarkably successful THEMIS/ARTEMIS Explorer missions and preparations for the imminent LWS Radiation Belt Storm Probe mission.  In recent years he has taken on the leadership of  a cross-disciplinary group prototyping a wide field-of-view soft x-ray imager with applications for solar wind-magnetosphere and solar wind-planetary applications.  Nevertheless, community service and research remain at the core of his interests.  He has served as editor or guest editor for several major journals and until recently led the National Science Foundation's Geospace Environment Modeling program, which organizes the preeminent annual meeting of magnetospheric physicists in the United States.  He was on a committee that reviewed the full range of NSF Upper Atmospheric activities and he has served continuously on the ESA  Cluster Active Archive advisory committee for the past decade.  He is the President-Elect of the AGU's Space Physics and Aeronomy section.  His most frequently cited first-authored papers concern the responses of the Earth's dayside magnetosphere, ionosphere, and magnetotail to varying solar wind conditions.  It has been his privilege to learn from and mentor a series of extraordinarily productive postdoctoral students.

     Publications: 284 refereed, of which 74 are first-authored (h-index = 39, cited 6025 times by other authors).  First-authored topics range from solar wind structures to transient events in the Earth's equatorial and polar ionosphere. Recent research focuses upon simulations, microphysics of the foreshock, the magnetopause, and geomagnetic pulsations

    Positions/Employment

    2007 - Present

    LWS RBSP Mission Scientist

    NASA/GSFC, NASA/GSFC
    2007 - Present

    THEMIS/ARTEMIS Project Scientist

    NASA/GSFC, NASA/GSFC
    2004 - 2007

    LWS Geospace Project Scientist

    NASA/GSFC, NASA/GSFC
    2003 - 2004

    LWS Deputy Program Scientist

    NASA/GSFC, NASA/HQ
    2002 - Present

    Astrophysicist

    NASA/GSFC, NASA/HQ
    1994 - 2002

    Principal Professional Staff

    JHU/APL, JHU/APL
    1987 - 1994

    Senior Professional Staff

    JHU/APL, JHU/APL
    1985 - 1987

    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    JHU/APL, JHU/APL

    Teaching Experience

    2001, Taught Magnetospheric Physics, Catholic University

    Professional Societies

    American Geophysical Union, 1981 - Present
    Member

    Professional Service

    Editorial Activities:

    Corresponding Editor, EOS 2005-2010 (reviewed all space plasma physics contributions and many in other disciplines)

    Guest Editor Advances in Space Research 2005-2010 for all space plasma physics contributions at COSPAR meetings

    Associate Editor, Geophysical Research Letters 2004-2007

    NSF Activities:

    Chair, GEM Steering Committee 2011-present

    Chair-Elect, GEM Steering Committee 2009-2010

    GEM GI Campaign Coordinator 2004-2010

    Upper Atmosphere Program Review Committee 2008

    NRC Activities

    Member, NRC Post-Doc Review Committee 1993-2002 (reviewed all space physics proposals to all NASA installations)

    Co-Chair, Theory, Modeling, and Data Exploration section of Decadel Survey (2001-2002)

    AGU Activities

    President-Elect, SPA Section of AGU 2013-present

    Member, AGU Flinn Award Committee, 1996-1997

    NASA/HQ Activities

    MO&DA MOWG advisory committee 2003-2009

    ILWS Executive Secretary, 2004-2007

    Member, Magnetospheric Constellation Science Definition Team, 2002-2005

    Deputy Program Scientist, LWS 2003-2004

    Panel Member, LWS TR&T Advisory Committee 2002-2004

    Joint Chair, LWS Data System Planning Team 2001-2002

    Member, SSDS Technical Working Group 1997-1999

    Chair, Magnetospheric Space Physics Data System 1993-1998

    Member, Magnetospheric MOWG 1992-1995

    Member, NASA Data Preservation Committee 1991-1993

    Air Force

    Member, Air Force Space Weather Operations Center Design Study

    GSFC

    Member, CCMC Advisory Committee 2002-2004

    Member NSSDC Format Evaluation Process Committee 1999-2000

    Chair, SSDOO, GSFC Visiting Committee 1996-1997

     

    Education

    PhD (Atmospheric Sciences, 1984) UCLA

    M.S. (Atmospheric Sciences, 1982) UCLA

    B. A. (Meteorology, 1979) UCLA

    Awards

    2010 Exceptional Scientific Achievement Award, NASA

    2009 Exceptional Achievement Award: Science.  NASA/GSFC

    2003 Medal for Contributions to the Interball Mission, Charles University

    1992 Macelwane Award, AGU

    1992 Fellow, AGU

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Sibeck, D. G., and R. Q. Lin. 2014. "Size and Shape of the Distant Magnetotail." J. Geophys. Res., 119: 1028-1043.

    Omidi, N., D. Sibeck, X. Blanco-Cano, et al. D. Rojas-Castillo, D. Turner, H. Zhang, and P. Kajdic. 2013. "Dynamics of the foreshock compressional boundary and its connection to foreshock cavities." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics), 118: 823-831 [10.1002/jgra.50146]

    Omidi, N., H. Zhang, D. Sibeck, and D. Turner. 2013. "Spontaneous hot flow anomalies at quasi-parallel shocks: 2. Hybrid simulations." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics), 118: 173 180 [10.1029/2012JA018099]

    Collado vega, Y. M., R. L. Kessel, D. G. Sibeck, et al. V. L. Kalb, R. A. Boller, and L. Rastaetter. 2013. "Comparison between vortices created and evolving during fixed and dynamic solar wind conditions." Ann. Geophys., 31 (8): 1463-1483 [10.5194/angeo-31-1463-2013]

    Wilson, L. B., A. Koval, D. G. Sibeck, et al. A. Szabo, C. A. Cattell, J. C. Kasper, B. A. Maruca, M. Pulupa, C. S. Salem, and M. Wilber. 2013. "Shocklets, SLAMS, and field-aligned ion beams in the terrestrial foreshock." J. Geophys. Res., 118: 957-966 [Full Text (Link)] [10.1029/2012JA018186]

    Sibeck, D. G., G. I. Korotova, D. L. Turner, et al. V. Angelopoulos, K. H. Glassmeier, and J. P. McFadden. 2012. "Frequency doubling and field-aligned ion streaming in a long-period poloidal pulsation." J. Geophys. Res., 117: [10.1029/2011JA017473]

    Sibeck, D. G., and N. Omidi. 2012. "Flux transfer events: Motion and signatures." J. Atmo. Solar-Terr. Phys., 87: 20-24.

    Zhang, Q.-H., M. W. Dunlop, M. Lockwood, et al. B. Lavraud, Y. V. Bogdanova, H. Hasegawa, H.-G. Yang, R.-Y. Liu, H.-Q. Hu, B.-C. Zhang, Z.-Y. Pu, Z.-W. Yang, J. Wang, M. G. Taylor, J. Berchem, D. Constantinescu, M. Volwerk, H. Frey, A. N. Fazakerley, C. Shen, J.-K. Shi, D. Sibeck, P. Escoubet, and J. A. Wild. 2012. "Inner plasma structure of the low-latitude reconnection layer." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics), 117: [8205-10.1029/2012JA017622]

    Collinson, G. A., D. G. Sibeck, A. Masters, et al. N. Shane, J. A. Slavin, A. J. Coates, T. L. Zhang, M. Sarantos, S. Boardsen, T. E. Moore, and S. Barabash. 2012. "Hot flow anomalies at Venus." JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SPACE PHYSICS, 117: [10.1029/2011JA017277]

    Collinson, G. A., L. B. Wilson, D. G. Sibeck, et al. N. Shane, T. L. Zhang, T. E. Moore, A. J. Coates, and S. Barabash. 2012. "Short large-amplitude magnetic structures (SLAMS) at Venus." Journal of Geophysical Research, 117 (A10): A10221 [Full Text (Link)] [10.1029/2012JA017838]

    Pu, Z. Y., X. N. Chu, X. Cao, et al. V. Mishin, V. Angelopoulos, J. Wang, Y. Wei, Q. G. Zong, S. Y. Fu, L. Xie, K.-H. Glassmeier, H. Frey, C. T. Russell, J. Liu, J. McFadden, D. Larson, S. Mende, I. Mann, D. Sibeck, L. A. Sapronova, M. V. Tolochko, T. I. Saifudinova, Z. H. Yao, X. G. Wang, C. J. Xiao, X. Z. Zhou, H. Reme, and E. Lucek. 2010. "THEMIS observations of substorms on 26 February 2008 initiated by magnetotail reconnection." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics), 115: [2212-10.1029/2009JA014217]

    Angelopoulos, V., D. Sibeck, C. W. Carlson, et al. J. P. McFadden, D. Larson, R. P. Lin, J. W. Bonnell, F. S. Mozer, R. Ergun, C. Cully, K. H. Glassmeier, U. Auster, A. Roux, O. Lecontel, S. Frey, T. Phan, S. Mende, H. Frey, E. Donovan, C. T. Russell, R. Strangeway, J. Liu, I. Mann, J. Rae, J. Raeder, X. Li, W. Liu, H. J. Singer, V. A. Sergeev, S. Apatenkov, G. Parks, M. Fillingim, and J. Sigwarth. 2008. "First Results from the THEMIS Mission." Space Science Reviews, 141: 453-476 [10.1007/s11214-008-9378-4]

    Liu, J., V. Angelopoulos, D. Sibeck, et al. T. Phan, Z. Y. Pu, J. McFadden, K. H. Glassmeier, and H. U. Auster. 2008. "THEMIS observations of the dayside traveling compression region and flows surrounding flux transfer events." Geophysical Research Letters, 35: [17-10.1029/2008GL033673]

    Gjerloev, J. W., R. A. Greenwald, C. L. Waters, et al. K. Takahashi, D. Sibeck, K. Oksavik, R. Barnes, J. Baker, and J. M. Ruohoniemi. 2007. "Observations of Pi2 pulsations by the Wallops HF radar in association with substorm expansion." Geophysical Research Letters, 34: [20103-10.1029/2007GL030492]

    Safrankova, J., Z. Nemecek, L. Prech, et al. J. Simunek, D. Sibeck, and J.-A. Sauvaud. 2007. "Variations of the flank LLBL thickness as response to the solar wind dynamic pressure and IMF orientation." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics), 112: [7201-10.1029/2006JA011889]

    Spicer, D. S., D. Sibeck, B. J. Thompson, and J. M. Davila. 2006. "A Kopp-Pneuman-like Picture of Coronal Mass Ejections." The Astrophysical Journal, 643: 1304-1316 [10.1086/503274]

    Sibeck, D., K. Kudela, T. Mukai, Z. Nemecek, and J. Safrankova. 2004. "Radial dependence of foreshock cavities: a case study." Annales Geophysicae, 22: 4143-4151 [10.5194/angeo-22-4143-2004]

    McWilliams, K., G. Sofko, T. Yeoman, et al. S. Milan, D. Sibeck, T. Nagai, T. Mukai, I. Coleman, T. Hori, and F. Rich. 2004. "Simultaneous observations of magnetopause flux transfer events and of their associated signatures at ionospheric altitudes." Annales Geophysicae, 22: 2181-2199 [10.5194/angeo-22-2181-2004]

    Moretto, T., D. Sibeck, and J. Watermann. 2004. "Occurrence statistics of magnetic impulsive events." Annales Geophysicae, 22: 585-602 [10.5194/angeo-22-585-2004]

    Korotova, G., D. Sibeck, H. Singer, T. Rosenberg, and M. Engebretson. 2004. "Interplanetary magnetic field control of dayside transient event occurrence and motion in the ionosphere and magnetosphere." Annales Geophysicae, 22: 4197-4202 [10.5194/angeo-22-4197-2004]

    Safrankova, J., L. Prech, Z. Nemecek, and D. Sibeck. 2002. "The structure of hot flow anomalies in the magnetosheath." Advances in Space Research, 30: 2737-2744 [10.1016/S0273-1177(02)80398-2]

    Vorobjev, V. G., O. I. Yagodkina, D. Sibeck, K. Liou, and C.-I. Meng. 2001. "Aurora conjugacy during substorms: Coordinated Antarctic ground and Polar Ultraviolet observations." Journal of Geophysical Research, 106: 24579-24592 [10.1029/2001JA900025]

    Safrankova, J., Z. Nemecek, L. Prech, et al. G. Zastenker, A. Fedorov, S. Romanov, D. Sibeck, and J. Simunek. 1997. "Two point observation of magnetopause motion: the interball project." Advances in Space Research, 20: 801-807.

    Russell, C. T., N. U. Crooker, H. C. Koons, et al. G. Rostoker, D. Sibeck, E. Szuszczewicz, M. Teague, and V. Papitashvili. 1993. "Magnetospheric Working Group Report, Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Ottawa, May 1992." Solar-Terrestrial Predictions -- IV, Volume 1: 49-.

    Other Professional Information

    Languages:  Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian.  Working on Brazilian Portuguese.

    Special Experience

    Doctoral Committees

    Mohammed Alothman, Boston University

    Yaireska Collado-Vega, Catholic University

    Christina Chu  University of Alaska

    Nathaniel Frissell, Virginia Tech

    Selected Public Outreach

    Television and Radio Appearances 2007 - Present

    BBC One O'clock News http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2559419/

    WJZ Baltimore

    CBC Radio, Canada

    Breakfast news broadcasts across the United States

    Brief Bio

    Dr. Sibeck's research focuses upon the interaction of the solar wind with the Earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere, the regions where most space weather effects are felt.  Following a post-doc working on AMPTE/CCE observations of the Earth's radiation belts from 1985-1987, he advanced to a Principal Professional Staff position at nearby JHU/APL.  Here he became an AGU fellow, received the AGU's Macelwane award, actively participated in the Czech, Russian, and Slovak Prognoz and Interball spacecraft programs (ultimately receiving a medal from Charles University in Prague for his services), led successful efforts to preserve and provide endangered NASA magnetospheric data sets, organized a series of competitively awarded research groups at Switzerland's International Space Science Institute, and participated in a study to define the USAF's space weather needs.

    Upon moving to NASA/GSFC in 2002, he was almost immediately detailed to NASA/HQ, where he served a two-year term as Deputy Program Scientist setting up and running the Living With a Star (LWS) program, NASA's preeminent space weather program.  Since returning to NASA/GSFC in 2004, his work as Project and Mission Scientists has focused on the remarkably successful THEMIS/ARTEMIS Explorer missions and preparations for the imminent LWS Radiation Belt Storm Probe mission.  In recent years he has taken on the leadership of  a cross-disciplinary group prototyping a wide field-of-view soft x-ray imager with applications for solar wind-magnetosphere and solar wind-planetary applications.  Nevertheless, community service and research remain at the core of his interests.  He has served as editor or guest editor for several major journals and until recently led the National Science Foundation's Geospace Environment Modeling program, which organizes the preeminent annual meeting of magnetospheric physicists in the United States.  He was on a committee that reviewed the full range of NSF Upper Atmospheric activities and he has served continuously on the ESA  Cluster Active Archive advisory committee for the past decade.  He is the President-Elect of the AGU's Space Physics and Aeronomy section.  His most frequently cited first-authored papers concern the responses of the Earth's dayside magnetosphere, ionosphere, and magnetotail to varying solar wind conditions.  It has been his privilege to learn from and mentor a series of extraordinarily productive postdoctoral students.

     Publications: 284 refereed, of which 74 are first-authored (h-index = 39, cited 6025 times by other authors).  First-authored topics range from solar wind structures to transient events in the Earth's equatorial and polar ionosphere. Recent research focuses upon simulations, microphysics of the foreshock, the magnetopause, and geomagnetic pulsations

    Refereed

    Sibeck, D. G., and R. Q. Lin. 2014. "Size and Shape of the Distant Magnetotail." J. Geophys. Res. 119 1028-1043

    Omidi, N., D. Sibeck, X. Blanco-Cano, et al. D. Rojas-Castillo, D. Turner, H. Zhang, and P. Kajdic. 2013. "Dynamics of the foreshock compressional boundary and its connection to foreshock cavities." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics) 118 823-831 [10.1002/jgra.50146]

    Omidi, N., H. Zhang, D. Sibeck, and D. Turner. 2013. "Spontaneous hot flow anomalies at quasi-parallel shocks: 2. Hybrid simulations." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics) 118 173 180 [10.1029/2012JA018099]

    Collado vega, Y. M., R. L. Kessel, D. G. Sibeck, et al. V. L. Kalb, R. A. Boller, and L. Rastaetter. 2013. "Comparison between vortices created and evolving during fixed and dynamic solar wind conditions." Ann. Geophys. 31 (8): 1463-1483 [10.5194/angeo-31-1463-2013]

    Wilson, L. B., A. Koval, D. G. Sibeck, et al. A. Szabo, C. A. Cattell, J. C. Kasper, B. A. Maruca, M. Pulupa, C. S. Salem, and M. Wilber. 2013. "Shocklets, SLAMS, and field-aligned ion beams in the terrestrial foreshock." J. Geophys. Res. 118 957-966 [Full Text (Link)] [10.1029/2012JA018186]

    Sibeck, D. G., G. I. Korotova, D. L. Turner, et al. V. Angelopoulos, K. H. Glassmeier, and J. P. McFadden. 2012. "Frequency doubling and field-aligned ion streaming in a long-period poloidal pulsation." J. Geophys. Res. 117 [10.1029/2011JA017473]

    Sibeck, D. G., and N. Omidi. 2012. "Flux transfer events: Motion and signatures." J. Atmo. Solar-Terr. Phys. 87 20-24

    Zhang, Q.-H., M. W. Dunlop, M. Lockwood, et al. B. Lavraud, Y. V. Bogdanova, H. Hasegawa, H.-G. Yang, R.-Y. Liu, H.-Q. Hu, B.-C. Zhang, Z.-Y. Pu, Z.-W. Yang, J. Wang, M. G. Taylor, J. Berchem, D. Constantinescu, M. Volwerk, H. Frey, A. N. Fazakerley, C. Shen, J.-K. Shi, D. Sibeck, P. Escoubet, and J. A. Wild. 2012. "Inner plasma structure of the low-latitude reconnection layer." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics) 117 [8205-10.1029/2012JA017622]

    Collinson, G. A., D. G. Sibeck, A. Masters, et al. N. Shane, J. A. Slavin, A. J. Coates, T. L. Zhang, M. Sarantos, S. Boardsen, T. E. Moore, and S. Barabash. 2012. "Hot flow anomalies at Venus." JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SPACE PHYSICS 117 [10.1029/2011JA017277]

    Collinson, G. A., L. B. Wilson, D. G. Sibeck, et al. N. Shane, T. L. Zhang, T. E. Moore, A. J. Coates, and S. Barabash. 2012. "Short large-amplitude magnetic structures (SLAMS) at Venus." Journal of Geophysical Research 117 (A10): A10221 [Full Text (Link)] [10.1029/2012JA017838]

    Pu, Z. Y., X. N. Chu, X. Cao, et al. V. Mishin, V. Angelopoulos, J. Wang, Y. Wei, Q. G. Zong, S. Y. Fu, L. Xie, K.-H. Glassmeier, H. Frey, C. T. Russell, J. Liu, J. McFadden, D. Larson, S. Mende, I. Mann, D. Sibeck, L. A. Sapronova, M. V. Tolochko, T. I. Saifudinova, Z. H. Yao, X. G. Wang, C. J. Xiao, X. Z. Zhou, H. Reme, and E. Lucek. 2010. "THEMIS observations of substorms on 26 February 2008 initiated by magnetotail reconnection." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics) 115 [2212-10.1029/2009JA014217]

    Angelopoulos, V., D. Sibeck, C. W. Carlson, et al. J. P. McFadden, D. Larson, R. P. Lin, J. W. Bonnell, F. S. Mozer, R. Ergun, C. Cully, K. H. Glassmeier, U. Auster, A. Roux, O. Lecontel, S. Frey, T. Phan, S. Mende, H. Frey, E. Donovan, C. T. Russell, R. Strangeway, J. Liu, I. Mann, J. Rae, J. Raeder, X. Li, W. Liu, H. J. Singer, V. A. Sergeev, S. Apatenkov, G. Parks, M. Fillingim, and J. Sigwarth. 2008. "First Results from the THEMIS Mission." Space Science Reviews 141 453-476 [10.1007/s11214-008-9378-4]

    Liu, J., V. Angelopoulos, D. Sibeck, et al. T. Phan, Z. Y. Pu, J. McFadden, K. H. Glassmeier, and H. U. Auster. 2008. "THEMIS observations of the dayside traveling compression region and flows surrounding flux transfer events." Geophysical Research Letters 35 [17-10.1029/2008GL033673]

    Gjerloev, J. W., R. A. Greenwald, C. L. Waters, et al. K. Takahashi, D. Sibeck, K. Oksavik, R. Barnes, J. Baker, and J. M. Ruohoniemi. 2007. "Observations of Pi2 pulsations by the Wallops HF radar in association with substorm expansion." Geophysical Research Letters 34 [20103-10.1029/2007GL030492]

    Safrankova, J., Z. Nemecek, L. Prech, et al. J. Simunek, D. Sibeck, and J.-A. Sauvaud. 2007. "Variations of the flank LLBL thickness as response to the solar wind dynamic pressure and IMF orientation." Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics) 112 [7201-10.1029/2006JA011889]

    Spicer, D. S., D. Sibeck, B. J. Thompson, and J. M. Davila. 2006. "A Kopp-Pneuman-like Picture of Coronal Mass Ejections." The Astrophysical Journal 643 1304-1316 [10.1086/503274]

    Sibeck, D., K. Kudela, T. Mukai, Z. Nemecek, and J. Safrankova. 2004. "Radial dependence of foreshock cavities: a case study." Annales Geophysicae 22 4143-4151 [10.5194/angeo-22-4143-2004]

    McWilliams, K., G. Sofko, T. Yeoman, et al. S. Milan, D. Sibeck, T. Nagai, T. Mukai, I. Coleman, T. Hori, and F. Rich. 2004. "Simultaneous observations of magnetopause flux transfer events and of their associated signatures at ionospheric altitudes." Annales Geophysicae 22 2181-2199 [10.5194/angeo-22-2181-2004]

    Moretto, T., D. Sibeck, and J. Watermann. 2004. "Occurrence statistics of magnetic impulsive events." Annales Geophysicae 22 585-602 [10.5194/angeo-22-585-2004]

    Korotova, G., D. Sibeck, H. Singer, T. Rosenberg, and M. Engebretson. 2004. "Interplanetary magnetic field control of dayside transient event occurrence and motion in the ionosphere and magnetosphere." Annales Geophysicae 22 4197-4202 [10.5194/angeo-22-4197-2004]

    Safrankova, J., L. Prech, Z. Nemecek, and D. Sibeck. 2002. "The structure of hot flow anomalies in the magnetosheath." Advances in Space Research 30 2737-2744 [10.1016/S0273-1177(02)80398-2]

    Vorobjev, V. G., O. I. Yagodkina, D. Sibeck, K. Liou, and C.-I. Meng. 2001. "Aurora conjugacy during substorms: Coordinated Antarctic ground and Polar Ultraviolet observations." Journal of Geophysical Research 106 24579-24592 [10.1029/2001JA900025]

    Safrankova, J., Z. Nemecek, L. Prech, et al. G. Zastenker, A. Fedorov, S. Romanov, D. Sibeck, and J. Simunek. 1997. "Two point observation of magnetopause motion: the interball project." Advances in Space Research 20 801-807

    Russell, C. T., N. U. Crooker, H. C. Koons, et al. G. Rostoker, D. Sibeck, E. Szuszczewicz, M. Teague, and V. Papitashvili. 1993. "Magnetospheric Working Group Report, Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Ottawa, May 1992." Solar-Terrestrial Predictions -- IV Volume 1 49-

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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