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Title: Energetics of Superstorms
Authors: Tsurutani, B.
Gonzalez, W.
Mac-Mahon, R.
Issue Date: 3-Oct-1994
Citation: Rikubetsu, Japan
Abstract: For the most intense storms of the space era, for which there is good solar wind data coverage, we discuss the total energy and power degradation during the storm development, beginning at the solar wind, then at the solar wind-magnetosphere interface (magnetopause) and at the magnetospheric tail, ending at the two basic inner magnetospheric dissipation regions: the ring current and the auroral ionosphere.
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