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Title: Recent Advances, Open Questions and Future Directions in Solar-Terrestrial Research
Authors: Daglis, I. A.
Baumjohann, W.
Geiss, J.
Orsini, S.
Sarris, E. T.
Scholer, M.
Tsurutani, B. T.
Vassiliadis, D.
Issue Date: Nov-1998
Citation: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth
Abstract: Solar-terrestrial research deserves the special attention of the scientific community, both because of the attractive physics underlying the various phenomena associated with them, as well as because of the applied aspect of the sometimes destructive effects of solar-terrestrial coupling on a wide variety of technological systems.
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