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Dr. Daniel N. Baker Vita – Page 1 Table of Contents DANIEL N. BAKER .......................................................................................................................................... 1 PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS: Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics .......................................... 1 E-MAIL ADDRESS ....................................................................................................................................... 1 EDUCATION ............................................................................................................................................... 1 CURRENT POSITIONS................................................................................................................................. 1 RESEARCH AREAS: ......................................................................................................................................... 1 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: ........................................................................................................................ 1 MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INCLUDING OFFICES HELD: ......................................... 1 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE: ............................................................................... 2 OUTREACH: ........................................................................................................................................... 2 Non-print Media: .................................................................................................................................. 2 Editorships: ........................................................................................................................................... 3 Referee: ................................................................................................................................................. 3 Consultation: ......................................................................................................................................... 4 Committees/Panels: .............................................................................................................................. 4 Administration: ..................................................................................................................................... 4 Service: .................................................................................................................................................. 4 Member: ............................................................................................................................................... 6 GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ........................................... 8 RESEARCH INTERESTS: .................................................................................................................................. 8 LISTINGS: ....................................................................................................................................................... 9 AWARDS, HONORS, CITATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS: ................................................................................. 9 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES: ...................................................................................................................... 11 GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ......................................... 12 ORCID ID: 0000-0001-5909-0926 ............................................................................................................ 12 PUBLICATIONS............................................................................................................................................. 12 1973 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1974 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1975 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1976 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1977 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1978 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13 1979 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13

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Dr. Daniel N. Baker Vita – Page 1

Table of Contents DANIEL N. BAKER .......................................................................................................................................... 1

PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS: Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics .......................................... 1

E-MAIL ADDRESS ....................................................................................................................................... 1

EDUCATION ............................................................................................................................................... 1

CURRENT POSITIONS................................................................................................................................. 1

RESEARCH AREAS: ......................................................................................................................................... 1

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: ........................................................................................................................ 1

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INCLUDING OFFICES HELD: ......................................... 1

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE: ............................................................................... 2

OUTREACH: ........................................................................................................................................... 2

Non-print Media: .................................................................................................................................. 2

Editorships: ........................................................................................................................................... 3

Referee: ................................................................................................................................................. 3

Consultation: ......................................................................................................................................... 4

Committees/Panels: .............................................................................................................................. 4

Administration: ..................................................................................................................................... 4

Service: .................................................................................................................................................. 4

Member: ............................................................................................................................................... 6

GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ........................................... 8

RESEARCH INTERESTS: .................................................................................................................................. 8

LISTINGS: ....................................................................................................................................................... 9

AWARDS, HONORS, CITATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS: ................................................................................. 9

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES: ...................................................................................................................... 11

GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ......................................... 12

ORCID ID: 0000-0001-5909-0926 ............................................................................................................ 12

PUBLICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 12

1973 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12

1974 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12

1975 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12

1976 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12

1977 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12

1978 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13

1979 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13

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1980 ........................................................................................................................................................ 14

1981 ........................................................................................................................................................ 14

1982 ........................................................................................................................................................ 14

1983 ........................................................................................................................................................ 15

1984 ........................................................................................................................................................ 15

1985 ........................................................................................................................................................ 17

1986 ........................................................................................................................................................ 18

1987 ........................................................................................................................................................ 20

1988 ........................................................................................................................................................ 21

1989 ........................................................................................................................................................ 22

1990 ........................................................................................................................................................ 23

1991 ........................................................................................................................................................ 24

1992 ........................................................................................................................................................ 25

1994 ........................................................................................................................................................ 27

1995 ........................................................................................................................................................ 29

1996 ........................................................................................................................................................ 30

1997 ........................................................................................................................................................ 32

1998 ........................................................................................................................................................ 34

1999 ........................................................................................................................................................ 36

2000 ........................................................................................................................................................ 38

2001 ........................................................................................................................................................ 40

2002 ........................................................................................................................................................ 41

2003 ........................................................................................................................................................ 42

2004 ........................................................................................................................................................ 43

2005 ........................................................................................................................................................ 45

2006 ........................................................................................................................................................ 47

2007 ........................................................................................................................................................ 48

2008 ........................................................................................................................................................ 49

2009 ........................................................................................................................................................ 50

2010 ........................................................................................................................................................ 51

2011 ........................................................................................................................................................ 52

2012 ........................................................................................................................................................ 53

2013 ........................................................................................................................................................ 55

2014 ........................................................................................................................................................ 57

2015 ........................................................................................................................................................ 59

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2016 ........................................................................................................................................................ 62

2017 ........................................................................................................................................................ 65

2018 ........................................................................................................................................................ 67

2019 ........................................................................................................................................................ 70

2020 ........................................................................................................................................................ 71

SUBMITTED AND UNDER REVIEW ........................................................................................................... 73

INVITED TALKS............................................................................................................................................. 74

1977 ........................................................................................................................................................ 74

1980 ........................................................................................................................................................ 74

1981 ........................................................................................................................................................ 74

1982 ........................................................................................................................................................ 74

1983 ........................................................................................................................................................ 74

1984 ........................................................................................................................................................ 75

1985 ........................................................................................................................................................ 75

1986 ........................................................................................................................................................ 76

1987 ........................................................................................................................................................ 76

1988 ........................................................................................................................................................ 77

1989 ........................................................................................................................................................ 77

1990 ........................................................................................................................................................ 78

1991 ........................................................................................................................................................ 79

1992 ........................................................................................................................................................ 80

1993 ........................................................................................................................................................ 80

1994 ........................................................................................................................................................ 81

1995 ........................................................................................................................................................ 82

1996 ........................................................................................................................................................ 83

1997 ........................................................................................................................................................ 83

1998 ........................................................................................................................................................ 84

1999 ........................................................................................................................................................ 85

2000 ........................................................................................................................................................ 86

2001 ........................................................................................................................................................ 87

2002 ........................................................................................................................................................ 88

2003 ........................................................................................................................................................ 89

2004 ........................................................................................................................................................ 90

2005 ........................................................................................................................................................ 92

2006 ........................................................................................................................................................ 93

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2007 ........................................................................................................................................................ 94

2008 ........................................................................................................................................................ 95

2009 ........................................................................................................................................................ 97

2010 ........................................................................................................................................................ 99

2011 ...................................................................................................................................................... 100

2012 ...................................................................................................................................................... 102

2013 ...................................................................................................................................................... 103

2014 ...................................................................................................................................................... 105

2015 ...................................................................................................................................................... 106

2016 ...................................................................................................................................................... 108

2017 ...................................................................................................................................................... 109

2018 ...................................................................................................................................................... 111

2019 ...................................................................................................................................................... 114

2020 ...................................................................................................................................................... 117

2021 ...................................................................................................................................................... 117

CONTRIBUTED TALKS ................................................................................................................................ 118

1974 ...................................................................................................................................................... 118

1975 ...................................................................................................................................................... 118

1976 ...................................................................................................................................................... 118

1977 ...................................................................................................................................................... 118

1978 ...................................................................................................................................................... 118

1979 ...................................................................................................................................................... 119

1980 ...................................................................................................................................................... 119

1981 ...................................................................................................................................................... 120

1982 ...................................................................................................................................................... 120

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1985 ...................................................................................................................................................... 123

1986 ...................................................................................................................................................... 125

1987 ...................................................................................................................................................... 126

1988 ...................................................................................................................................................... 128

1989 ...................................................................................................................................................... 129

1990 ...................................................................................................................................................... 130

1991 ...................................................................................................................................................... 130

1992 ...................................................................................................................................................... 131

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1993 ...................................................................................................................................................... 133

1994 ...................................................................................................................................................... 134

1995 ...................................................................................................................................................... 135

1996 ...................................................................................................................................................... 137

1997 ...................................................................................................................................................... 138

1998 ...................................................................................................................................................... 139

1999 ...................................................................................................................................................... 141

2000 ...................................................................................................................................................... 143

2001 ...................................................................................................................................................... 144

2002 ...................................................................................................................................................... 145

2003 ...................................................................................................................................................... 147

2004 ...................................................................................................................................................... 149

2005 ...................................................................................................................................................... 151

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2007 ...................................................................................................................................................... 153

2008 ...................................................................................................................................................... 154

2009 ...................................................................................................................................................... 156

2010 ...................................................................................................................................................... 156

2011 ...................................................................................................................................................... 157

2012 ...................................................................................................................................................... 158

2013 ...................................................................................................................................................... 159

2014 ...................................................................................................................................................... 160

2015 ...................................................................................................................................................... 162

2016 ...................................................................................................................................................... 164

2017 ...................................................................................................................................................... 166

2018 ...................................................................................................................................................... 170

2019 ...................................................................................................................................................... 171

2020 ...................................................................................................................................................... 173

2021 ...................................................................................................................................................... 174

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DANIEL N. BAKER

PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS: LABORATORY FOR ATMOSPHERIC AND SPACE PHYSICS 3665 Discovery Drive Boulder, CO 80303-7820

E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected] EDUCATION: B.A. University of Iowa, 1969 M.S. University of Iowa, 1973 Ph.D. University of Iowa, 1974 CURRENT POSITIONS: Institute Director, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado Boulder

Endowed/Named Professor, Research, Research & Innovation Office Distinguished Professor, Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences

Department, University of Colorado Boulder Distinguished Professor, Physics Department, University of Colorado Boulder

RESEARCH AREAS: Magnetospheric Phenomena, Nonlinear Dynamics, Planetary Studies, Plasma Physics

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 1967-1969: Research Aide, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy (U. of Iowa)

1970-1974: Graduate Research Assistant, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy (U. of Iowa) 1974-1975: Research Associate, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy (U. of Iowa) 1975-1977: Research Fellow, Div. of Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy (California Institute of Technology) 1977-1981: Staff Member, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory 1981-1987: Group Leader, Space Plasma Physics, Earth and Space Science Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory 1987-1994: Laboratory Chief, Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences Directorate, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INCLUDING OFFICES HELD: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) - Elected Fellow of AAAS 2006 American Geophysical Union (AGU) since 1973 - Elected Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 1994 - Governing Council (2002) - Magnetospheric Secretary of SPA Section (1988-1990) - National Hazards Panel (1996-2000) - Nominations Committee (2006-2007) - President of Space Physics and Aeronomy Section (2002-2004) - Past President, AGU Space Physics and Aeronomy Section (2004-2006) - Real Estate Committee (1991-1994)

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- Section President (2000) - Special Session Organizer/Convenor of AGU Meetings (1997-continuing) American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) - Elected Associate Fellow (2013) - Elected Fellow (2016) American Meteorological Society Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) - Commission D Commission D Representative (1986-1992) - Full Member (1998) International Academy of Astronautics (1993) International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) - US Delegate to IAGA (1996-2003) International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) - US Representative to IUGG (1996-2010) National Academy of Engineering (2010) National Academy of Sciences - Elected National Associate (2004) - Space Studies Board (1995-2012) Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP) - Executive Secretary of Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP) (1995-2004) - Project Scientist of US Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP) (1996-1997) Sigma Xi (Elected 1974) University of Colorado Research and Innovation Advisory Board (2016)

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE:

OUTREACH: Quoted in press release of Congressman Ed Perlmutter’s Office for passage

of the Promoting Research and Observations of Space Weather to Improve the Forecasting of Tomorrow (PROSWIFT) Act, 16 September 2020.

Quoted in press release of Congressman Ed Perlmutter’s Office, Gardner and Peters’ Bipartisan Bill to Predict and Mitigate Space Weather Signed Into Law, 21 October 2020.

NON-PRINT MEDIA: Developed Space Weather video for NSF (2005) Featured in article "Satellite 'safe zone' isn't that safe after all" by R.R. Britt,

of MSNBC Space.com. 2004. Featured in article "Space no place for cheap satellites" by Celeste Biever,

New Scientist.com news service, December 2004 Featured in article "The Sun's Magnetic Attack" by Robert Irion, Science

Magazine, December 16, 2004. Featured in Science, Discovery.com, News24 (South Africa), New Zealand

Herald, The UK Register, USA Today, Colorado Daily, Daily Camera, San Francisco Chronicle, Christian Science Monitor, Boston Herald, Rocky Mountain News, New Scientist, Denver Post, CNN/Space.com, Space Daily, BBC Radio, "Mars Rising" on Discovery Channel, and many other newspapers and magazines. (2003-continuing)

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Interviewed for article "'Safe' area in space turns into radiation shooting gallery", by Lee Bowman, published by Scripps Howard News Service, Dec 17, 2004.

Interviewed for article "Satellites in 'safe zone' vulnerable to solar storms" by Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News, December 16, 2004.

Interviewed for article “What We Don't Know About the Sun”, by Gregg Easterbrook, The Atlantic, Jan/Feb 2012.

NASA news release: “Earth’s safe zone became hot during legendary sun storms,” December 16, 2004.

New animation of Sun-Earth system developed for NASA (used in news conferences and Space Science Updates (2004)

Space Weather videos for NSF and NASA (2005) Sun-Earth Connections videos (2004-2008) Television appearances (e.g., with Nick Carter of Channel 9 Feature; and on

Channel 7 concerning space weather) (2004) Two videos showing "Solar-Magnetospheric Coupling Processes (1996-1997) Video for NASA "A Synoptic View of the Earth's Radiation Belts: SAMPEX"

(1994) Video for NASA HQ "Yohkou-SAMPEX Comparisons: Relativistic Electrons

and Solar Coronal Holes" (1995) Interviewed by BBC for documentary, 29-30 September 2019. Interviewed by New York Times for article “From Dubai to Mars, With Stops

in Colorado and Japan “, 22 January 2020, published 16 February 2020. Interviewed by Mariah Stewart of INSIGHT in Diversity Magazine on topic of

Diversity in Space Science, July 2020. CU on the Air Podcast, “CU Boulder Team Builds Hope for Trek to Mars”, 8

September 2020 Video for COSPAR Smallsat Town Hall Webinar, Asia, Task Group on

Establishing a Constellation of Small Satellites (TGCSS), 29 September 2020

EDITORSHIPS: Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics (1997-1998) Co-Editor of Encyclopedia of Planetary Landforms, Springer Press COSPAR Symposium on Magnetic Reconnection (1997) Geophysical Research Letters (1976-1979 and 2003-2006) Journal of Atmospheric and Solar Terrestrial Physics (1998-continuing) Space Science Review Special Issue (2005) Space Weather (2003-continuing) Special Issue of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (1998) Co-Editor, Wiley Geophysical Mongraph Series 196, Extreme Events and

Natural Hazards: The Complexity Perspective (2014) Co-Editor, Wiley Geophysical Mongraph Series 199, Dynamics of the Earth’s

Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere (2014)

REFEREE: Geophys. Res. Lett. (1976-present) International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) (1996)

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J. Atmos. Terres. Phys. (1990-present) J. Geophys. Res. (1972-present) NASA proposals (1980-present) NSF proposals (1980-present) Planetary Space Sci. (1980-present)

CONSULTATION: SAIC, Inc., (1998-2005) Ball Aerospace (2001-2005) Science Technology Corp. (STC) (2003-2005) Los Alamos National Laboratory (2004-continuing) USRA Issues and Program Committee (2004-continuing) Command Technologies, Inc. (2005-2007) Space Coast Intelligent Solutions (2008-continuing) Booz, Allen, Hamilton (2009-2011) Titular Advisor to Rebecca Jolitz (2018-)

COMMITTEES/PANELS: AGU Panel on Long-Term Observations (1985-1988) NASA Mission Payload Review Panels (1998-continuing) AGU Space Station Advisory Panel (2000-2005) AGU Panel on Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Interactions (2001-

2003) AGU Panel on Nonlinear Modeling in Geophysics (2002-2003)

ADMINISTRATION: Chancellor's Federal Relations Advisory Committee (2003-continuing) Director, Center for Limb Atmospheric Sounding (CLAS) (2001-continuing) Director, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of

Colorado Boulder, CO (1994-present) Director/Chair, LASP Executive Committee (1994-present) External Advisory Board Aerospace Engineering Department (1998-

continuing) LASP strategic planning process (2003-continuing)

SERVICE: Astrophysics and Planetary Sciences Department (APS) Joint Faculty Chair, AGU Electronic Publishing Committee (2002-2004) Chair, AGU Nominations Committee (2004) Chair, AGU SPA Nominations Committee (2006) Chair, Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) Satellite System

Review Panel (1998-continuing) Chair, Boulder Matrix Space Advisory Group (2003-2004) Chair, Convenor, Core Technologies Conference (2002) Chair, Electronic Geophysical Year Steering Committee (2005-2009) Chair, Electronic Publications Review Panel (AGU) (2002) Chair, Graduate School/Institute Directors Group (1998)

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Chair, Huntsville Conference on Space Physics Organizing Committee (2005) Chair, IGY+50 Task Force, IAGA (2003-continuing) Chair, International Heliophysical Year Planning Group (2003); Member,

International Heliophysical Year Planning Group (2004-2006) Chair, Los Alamos National Laboratory NIS External Advisory Council (1996) Chair, NASA Mercury Orbiter Science Definition Team (1996-2000) Chair, NAS/NRC Committee on Solar and Space Physics (CSSP) (2004-2012) Chair, NASA Living With a Star MOWG (2003-2004) Chair, NRC Workshop Organizing Committee on Solar Systems Radiation

Environment and NASA's Vision for Space Exploration (2005-2006) Chair, Organizing Committee Space Weather Economic Impacts Workshop

(NAS) (2007-2009) Chair, CU Research/Creative Works Task Force (2000) Chair, Search Committee Atmospheric and Space Physics Department Chair, Space Studies Board Task Group on "Assessment of Mission Size

Trade-offs" (2000) Chair, STEP Results, Applications and Modeling Phase (S-RAMP) (1997-2004) Chair, USRA Council Nominating Committee (2000) Chair and Member, USRA Council on Institutes (1998-continuing) Vice Chair, Council of Institutions (2016) Chair, USRA Strategic Planning Steering Committee (2001) Co-Chair, GEM Summer Workshop (1996-1997) Co-Chair, Program Committee International Workshop of Plasma

Experiments in the Laboratory and in Space (1995-1998) Co-Chair, SCOSTEP 10th Quadrennial meeting Committee (2000-2003) Co-Convenor, CDAW-9 (1988-1995) Co-Convenor, Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics (1996) Co-Convenor, Gordon Conference on Space Plasmas (1994-1996) Co-Convenor, International Union of Geophysics and Geodesy (IUGG) (1994-

1995) Co-Convenor, International Workshop on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1997-

continuing) Convenor of American Geophysical Union Front Range Branch Annual

Meeting (1996) Convenor of COSPAR Symposium on Magnetic Reconnection (1996) Convenor of Special Sessions: American Geophysical Union Annual Meetings

(1985-continuing) Convenor, NATO Advanced Study Institute Summer Meeting (2000) Co-Convenor International Union of Geophysics and Geodesy (1994-1995) Convenor of American Geophysical Union Front Range Branch Annual

Meeting (1996) Convenor of COSPAR Symposium on Magnetic Reconnection (1996) Member of a Dissertation Committee/Thesis Advisor Member, Vice Chancellor's Research Cabinet Reviewer (Geophysical Research Letters, Journal of Atmospheric and

Terrestrial Physics, Journal of Geophysical Research, Nature, Nature Geoscience, Icarus, and Planetary and Space Science)

Student Advising

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2011: Co-Convenor: AGU Chapman Conference on Dynamcis of the Earth’s Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere

Vice Chair, Commission 1, International Academy of Astronautics, (2007-2013)

2013: Co-Convenor: International Workshop on Solar-Terrestrial Physics 2017: Reviewer: The National Academies Press, Report Series – Committee

on Solar and Space Physics, Heliophysics Science Centers Chair, COSPAR Task Group on Establishing a Constellation of Small Satellites

(TGCSS), (2020-continuing)

MEMBER: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Fellow Advisory Group to Graduate Dean Institute/Directors Committee (1994) AGU Governing Council (2002) AGU National Hazards Panel (1996-2000) AGU Nominations Committee (2006-2007) AGU Real Estate Committee (1991-1994) Boulder Matrix Space Advisory Group (2005-continuing) Boulder Solar Alliance (2006-continuing) Center for Space Physics Advisory Committee (1990-1996) Chapman Conference on Space Weather Organizing Committee (2000) Clementine Science Working Team, (1991-1995) CLUSTER Science Working Team (1999-continuing) Committee on Data Management and Computation (1986-1987) Committee on Solar and Space Physics (1984-1986) Committee on Solar and Space Physics: A Community Assessment and

Strategy for the Future (2001-2003) Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), (Member, Commission D)

(continuing) Committee on the Scientific Context for Space Exploration (2004-2005) External Advisory Board (Aerospace Engineering) External Review Committee Canadian Network for Space Research (1995-

continuing) Flagship 2030 Steering Committee (2006-2007) Global Geospace Science Working Team (1999-2005) Huntsville Conference on Space Physics Organizing Committee (2004-2006) IAGA Bureau (Ex Officio) (2003-2004) IAGA Executive Committee (2007-continuing) IAGA National Delegate (1998-2004) IAGA US Representative of International Association for Geomagnetism and

Aeronomy (1997) IGY+50 Advisory Committee (IUGG) (2002-continuing) International Conference on Substorms Organizing Committee (2000) International Space Science Institute Working Group (2003-continuing) International Space Weather Conference Organizing Committee (2001-

2004) IUGG International Heliophysical Year Planning Group, IGY+50 Advisory

Committee (2002)

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IUGG US Representative of International Union of Geophysics and Geodesy (1997)

Joint Action Group (JAG) National Weather Program Assessment (NSWPA) (2004-continuing)

MESSENGER/Mercury Orbiter Science Working Team (2003-continuing) NAS/Space Studies Board Decadal Survey (2001) NASA Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission Science Team (1998-continuing) NASA Space Technology Management Operations Working Group (1998) National Academies: Chair, Steering Committee National Academy of Engineering (NAE) National Academy of Science (NAS) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): Member, NASA

Planetary Data System Committee National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): Member National Academy of Sciences/Space Studies Board Atmosphere-

Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Coupling Panel (2003) National Academy of Sciences/Space Studies Board Executive Committee

(1997-continuing) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Member

Strategic Planning Group (External) National Science Foundation (NSF), Geosciences Advisory Committee NRC Committee on an Assessment of Balance in NASA's Science Programs

(2006) NSF Advisory Panel on Faculty Development in Space Sciences (2002-2003) Organizing Committee for the 8th International Space Physics

Subcommittee (1993-1996) Organizing Committee of 31st ESLAB Symposium (1997) Organizing Committee, Chapman Conference on Storm-Substorm Relations

(2001) Organizing Committee, ESPRIT Space weather Conference (2003) Organizing Committee, Workshop on Radiation Belts (2000-continuing) Polar Science Working Team (1998-2008) Program Committee of Solar Terrestrial Predictions Workshop (1996-1997) Project Scientist of POLAR Project (1993-1994) Project Scientist of SAMPEX Project (1993-1994) Radiation Belt Storm Probe Science Team (2005-continuing) SAMPEX Science Working Team (1992-continuing) Scientist of Grand Tour Cluster Study (1993-1994) SCOSTEP International Bureau (2000-2002) SCOSTEP Steering Committee (1996-continuing) SCOSTEP Member Southwest Research Sigma XI (Member) Institute (SwRI) Elected Advisory Trustee (2016) SPA Nominations Committee, AGU Space Physics Research Lab (U. of Mich.) Review Committee (2004-2006) Space Station Advisory panel, AGU (2000-continuing) Space Studies Board National Academy of Sciences (1995-continuing)

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Space Weather Working Group (1996-1998) Steering Committee for the Workshop on Reducing Space Science Research

Mission Costs (1996-1997) Sun-Earth Connection Roadmap Committee (1996-2000) Sun-Earth Connections (NASA) Advisory committee (1988-2002) Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Research, (1994-1995) University of Colorado Graduate School, Member, Institute Directors Group

(2003-continuing) University of Colorado Research and Innovation Advisory Board (2016) University of Colorado Aerospace Engineering Department (ASEN) Member

External Advisory Board University of Colorado Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences (APS) Member University of Colorado Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences (APS) Joint

Faculty, Member – Awards and Honors Committee University of Colorado Chancellor's Federal Relations Advisory Committee

(FRAC) University of Northern Iowa Member, External Advisory Board, Department

of Earth Sciences University Space Research Association (USRA) Council on Institutes

Representative (1998-continuing) University Space Research Association (USRA), Elected Vice Chair, Council on

Institutes (2016) US Delegation to the 22nd IUGG General Assembly (1999) US National Committee for the International Union of Geodesy and

Geophysics (1996-2003) US Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP) (1995) US-Finnish Workshop Organizing Committee (1997) USRA Astrophysics and Space Physics Council (1998-2003) USRA Board of Directors (1997) USRA Budget Committee (1996-1997) USRA Strategic Planning Steering Committee (2002) Workshop on Radiation Belts (Organizing Committee) Vice Chancellor for Research (VCR) Research Cabinet (2004-continuing) Vision 2010: University without Walls Committee (2002-2004)

GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL)

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Dr. Daniel Baker is Director of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the

University of Colorado-Boulder and is Distinguished Professor of Planetary and Space Physics, Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, and Professor of Physics there. He holds the Moog-Broad Reach Endowed Chair of Space Sciences at CU. His primary research interest is the study of plasma physical and energetic particle phenomena in planetary magnetospheres and in the Earth's vicinity. He conducts research in space instrument design, space physics data analysis, and magnetospheric modeling. Dr. Baker obtained his Ph.D. degree with James A. Van Allen at the University of Iowa. Following postdoctoral work at the California Institute of Technology with Edward C. Stone, he joined the physics research staff at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and became Leader of the Space Plasma Physics Group at LANL in 1981. From 1987 to 1994, he was the Chief of the Laboratory for Extraterrestrial

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Physics at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. From 1994 to present he has been at the University of Colorado. Dr. Baker has published over 800 papers in the refereed literature and has edited eight books on topics in space physics. He is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics and the U.S. National Academy of Engineering. He currently is an investigator on several NASA space missions including the MESSENGER mission to Mercury, the Magnetospheric MultiScale (MMS) mission, and the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) mission.

Dr. Baker has won numerous awards for his research efforts and for his management activities including recognition by the Institute for Scientific Information as being “Highly Cited” in space science (2002), being awarded the Mindlin Foundation Lectureship at the University of Washington (2003) and being selected as a National Associate of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (2004). Dr. Baker was chosen as a 2007 winner of the University of Colorado’s Robert L. Stearns Award for outstanding research, service, and teaching. In 2010, he was awarded the University of Colorado’s Boulder Faculty Assembly Distinguished Research Lecturer Award. Dr. Baker was the 2010 winner of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) James A. Van Allen Space Environment Award and Medal. Dr. Baker is the 2015 Kavli Foundation Plenary Lectureship winner for the American Astronomical Society. He is also the 2015 winner of the Vikram A. Sarabhai Professorship of the Indian Physical Research Laboratory. Dr. Baker recently served on several national and international scientific committees including the Chairmanship of the National Research Council Committee on Solar and Space Physics. Dr. Baker served as President of the Space Physics and Aeronomy section of the American Geophysical Union (2002-2004) and he presently serves on advisory panels of the U.S. Air Force and the National Science Foundation. He was a member of the National Research Council’s 2003 Decadal Survey Panel for solar and space physics and he was a member of the 2006 Decadal Re-view of the U.S. National Space Weather Program. Dr. Baker completed service recently as chair of the National Academies 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics.

LISTINGS: American Men and Women in Science Men of Achievement (16th Ed.) Who's Who in Technology Today Who's Who in the West Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America Who's Who in America

AWARDS, HONORS, CITATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS: 1974: Elected to Sigma Xi 1974: NASA Public Service Group Award 1986 and 2001: Space Studies Board Service Commendation (CSSP) 1986: National Research Council Service Commendation (CODMAC) 1987: Selected to U.S. Senior Executive Service 1989: NASA Group Achievement Award (SPAN) 1992: Senior Executive Excellence Award 1993: Elected to International Academy of Astronautics 1993: GSFC Outstanding Performance Award 1993: NASA Group Achievement Award (SAMPEX Spacecraft Development) 1994: Elected as Fellow of American Geophysical Union 1994: NASA Scientific Group Achievement Award

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1996: Honorable Mention Association of American Publishers, Inc. Professional Scholarly Publishing Division

1996: Honorable Mention, Geography and Earth Science 1998: Association of American Publishers Best Professional and Scholarly Book Award 1998: NASA Scientific Group Achievement Awards (2) 1998: Received two NASA "Outstanding Scientific Achievement" awards, 2000: Best book Award for Physics and Astronomy, awarded by the Association of American

Publishers for "New Perspectives on the Earth's Magnetotail" 2000: Elected Section President, American Geophysical Union 2000: Elected President of Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of American Geophysical Un-ion 2002-2004: President of Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of American Geophysical Union 2002: Institute of Scientific Information, “Highly Cited” Commendation 2003: Included in Who's Who in Sciences Higher Education 2003: Mindlin Foundation Lectureship and Prize (U. of Washington) 2003: Selected for inclusion in the AcademiKeys Who's Who in Sciences Higher Education (WWSHE) 2004: Chosen National Associate of National Academy of Science 2006: Certificate of Recognition, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Beijing, 2006: Elected as Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2007: Robert L. Stearns Award, Alumni Association, U. of Colorado 2008: Certificate of Appreciation: University of Michigan Space Physics Research Lab (SPRL) 2008: Space Studies Board/National Research Council Certificate of Recognition: Commemorating IGY 2010: James A. Van Allen Space Environments Award/Medal (American Institute of Aeronautics

and Astronautics 2010: Citation and Award from National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India 2010: Membership: National Academy of Engineering 2010: University of Colorado Boulder Faculty Assembly, Distinguished Research Lecturer Award 2010: Distinguished Research Lectureship (conferred by Research and Innovation Office) 2011: Troitskaya-Cole Lecturer, awarded at the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics

Quadrennial meeting 2012: American Astronomical Society (AAS) Popular Writing Award 2012: American Geophysical Union, Van Allen/Bowie Lectureship 2013: Asia Oceania Geophysical Society (AOGS) Distinguished Research Award and Lectureship 2013: Member, International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) 2013: Member, International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) (ongoing) 2013: Member, International Space Science Institute (ISSI) (ongoing) 2013: Member, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) (ongoing) 2013: Chair, LASP Business Committee (ongoing) 2013: Chair, LASP Executive Committee (ongoing) 2013: Member, Proposal Development Committee (PDC) 2013: Elected as Fellow (Assoc.) of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 2014: University of Colorado Distinguished Professor Award 2015: Solar and Terrestrial Sciences Distinguished Lectureship, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 2015: American Astronomical Society (AAS) Kavli Prize Lectureship Award 2015: Shen Kuo Award for Interdisciplinary Achievements, International Association of Geomagnetism

and Aeronomy (IAGA) 2015: Vikram A. Sarabhai Professorship Award, Indian Physical Research Laboratory 2015: Distinguished Professorship (University of Colorado President), conferred by University of

Colorado President, 2015

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2015: International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Member 2015: International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) 2016: Advisory Trustee, Southwest Research Institute 2016: Elected as Fellow of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) 2016: Vice Chair, USRA Council of Institutions 2016: Governor’s Award for High-Impact Research (Colorado Leveraging Assets for Better

Science), Conferred by Colorado Leveraging Assets for Better Science, 2013. 2017: Appointed Full Professor in ASEN 2017: Elected Chair of Section 12 of National Academy of Engineering 2017: Interviewed by BBC: “Space Weather” 2017: Interviewed by KGNU: “Space Shield for Satellites” 2017: Student Hong Zhao received AGU Scarf Award 2018: Featured in "The Spinning Magnet" by Alanna Mitchell, published by Dutton Press, 2018. 2018: Awarded 2018 William Bowie Medal at Fall AGU Meeting Honors Ceremony 2019: Awarded 2019 Hannes Alfven Medal, Vienna, April 2019: for outstanding, multi-faceted

contributions to the near-Earth space plasma environment research and predictions, Earth’s radiation belt environment monitoring, and planetary space plasma studies.

2019: Education Award, UAE Ministry of Education for Distinguished Scientific Leadership for Academic Year 2019/2020.

2019: Societal and Economic Impacts of Space Weather, Invitation to give 37th Herzfeld Lecture at Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, April 25, 2019.

2019: Top Downloaded Paper of 2018-2019, paper has been recognized as one of the most read in Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, Wiley.

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PUBLICATIONS

1973 1. Baker, D.N., University of Iowa Pioneer 10 and 11 Instrument Calibration, Univ. of Iowa Rep., 73-

16, October, 1973.

1974 2. Van Allen, J.A., D.N. Baker, B.A. Randall, M.F. Thomsen, D.D. Sentman, and H.R. Flindt, Energetic

Electrons in the Magnetosphere of Jupiter, Science, 183(4122), 309-311, 25 January 1974, doi:10.1126/science.183.4122.309.

3. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle fluxes and spectra in the Jovian magnetosphere, Ph.D. Thesis Iowa Univ., Iowa City, 1974.

4. Van Allen, J.A., D.N. Baker, B.A. Randall, and D.D. Sentman, The magnetosphere of Jupiter as observed with Pioneer 10, 1. Instrument and Principal Findings, J. Geophys. Res., 79(25), 3559-3557, 1 September 1974, doi:10.1029/ja079i025p03559.

1975 5. Van Allen, J.A., B.A. Randall, D.N. Baker, C.K. Goertz, D.D. Sentman, M.F. Thomsen, and H.R.

Flindt, Pioneer 11 observations of energetic particles in the Jovian magnetosphere, Science, 188(4187), 459-462, 2 May 1975, doi:10.1126/science.188.4187.459.

6. Baker, D.N., Stone, E.C., Vogt, R.E, Ackerson, K.L, Frank, L.A, Correlation of Electrons EE greater than 0.24 MeV with Low-energy Electrons (50 EV equal to or less than EE equal to or less than 45 KEV) in Earths Magnetotail. Transcations Ameircan Geophysical Union, 56(12), 1046, 1975.

1976 7. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Van Allen, Energetic electrons in the Jovian magnetosphere, J. Geophys.

Res., 81(4), 617-632, 1 February 1976, doi: 10.1029/JA081i004p00617. 8. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, Energetic electron anisotropies in the magnetotail: identification of

open and closed field lines, Geophys. Res. Letters, 3, 557, 1976. 9. Baker, D.N., and C.K. Goertz, Radial diffusion in Jupiter's magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 81(8),

5215-5218, 1976, doi: 10.1029/JA081i028p05215.

1977 10. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Van Allen, Revised Pioneer 10 absolute electron intensities in the inner

Jovian magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 82(4), 681-683, 1 February 1977, doi:10.1029/JA082i004p00681.

11. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, The magnetopause electron layer along the distant magnetotail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 4(4), 133-136, April 1977, doi:10.1029/GL004i004p00133.

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12. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, Observations of energetic electrons (E > 200 keV) in the Earth's magnetotail: Plasma sheet and fireball observations, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 82(10), 1532-1546, 1977, doi:10.1029/JA082i010p01532.

13. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, The relationship of energy flow at the magnetopause to geomagnetic activity, Geophys. Res. Letters, 4(10), 395-398, October 1977, doi:10.1029/GL004i010p00395.

1978 14. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, The magnetopause energetic electron layer, 1, Observations along

the distant magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A9), 4327-4338, 1September 978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA09p04327.

15. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, High- resolution energetic particle measurements at 6.6 RE, 3, Low-energy electron anisotropies and short-term substorm predictions, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A10), 4863-4868, 1 October 1978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA10p04863.

16. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., High-resolution energetic particle measurements at 6.6 RE, 2, High-energy proton drift echoes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A10), 4857-4862, 1 October 1978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA10p04857.

17. Higbie, P.R., R.D. Belian, and D.N. Baker, High-resolution energetic particle measurements at 6.6 RE, 1, Electron micropulsations, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A10), 4851-4855, 1 October 978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA10p04851.

1979 16. Baker, D.N., P. Stauning, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Strong electron pitch angle

diffusion observed at geostationary orbit, Geophys. Res. Letters, 6(3), 205-208, March 1979, doi:10.1029/GL006i003p00205.

17. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Do Jovian electrons influence the terrestrial outer radiation zone?, Geophys. Res. Letters, 6(6), 531-534, June 1979, doi:10.1029/GL006i006p00531.

18. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., High-energy magnetospheric protons and their dependence on geomagnetic and interplanetary conditions, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 84(A12), 7138-7154, 1 December 1979, doi:10.1029/JA084iA12p07138.

19. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, The use of >30 keV electron anisotropies at 6.6 RE to predict magnetospheric substorms, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. IV, p. B-12, Boulder, CO 1979.

20. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Prediction of high-energy (>0.3 MeV) substorm-related magnetospheric particles, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. IV, p. B-1, Boulder, CO, 1979.

21. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Evolution of substorm and quiet-time electron anisotropies (30 < Ee < 300 keV) at 6.6 RE, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. IV, p. B-23, Boulder, CO, 1979.

22. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, Pitch angle distributions of >30 keV electrons at geostationary altitudes, Quantitative Modeling of Magnetospheric Processes, Vol. 21, American Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1979.

23. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, V. Domingo, W.L. Imhof, R.L. McPherron, W.N. Spjeldvik, D.J. Williams, J.R. Burrows, and H. Hayakawa, Short term magnetospheric particle variations (1 min < T < 1 day), Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. II, p. 433, Boulder, CO, 1979.

24. Paulikas, G.A., D.N. Baker, W.R. Barron, V. Domingo, P.R. Higbie, W.L. Imhof, L.R. Lyons, R.L. McPherron, E.C. Roelof, M. Scholer, M.A. Shea, D.F. Smart, W.N. Spjeldvik, and J.I. Ve, Prediction of energetic particle disturbances, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. II, p. 415, Boulder, CO, 1979.

25. Tsurutani, B.T., and D.N. Baker, Substorm warnings: An ISEE-3 real time data system, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Eos, 60(41), 701-703, 9 October 1979, doi:10.1029/eo060i041p00701.

26. Tsurutani, B.T., and D.N. Baker, A real-time ISEE data system, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. III, p. 464, Boulder, CO, 1979.

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1980 27. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Multi-spacecraft observations of energetic electron flux

pulsations at 6.6 RE, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 85(A12), 6709-6718, 1 December 1980, doi:10.1029/JA085iA12p06709.

28. Garrett, H.B., D.C. Schwank, P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Comparison between the 30-80 keV electron channels on ATS-6 and 1976-059A during conjunction and application to spacecraft charging prediction, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 85(A3), 1155-1162, 1 March 1980, doi:10.1029/JA085iA03p01155.

1981 29. Baker, D.N., P. Stauning, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Near-equatorial high-

resolution measurements of electron precipitation at L I 6.6, J. Geophys. Res., 86, 2295, 1981. 30. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., J.B. Payne, and W.C. Feldman, A high time resolution study of

interplanetary parameter correlations with AE, Geophys. Res. Letters, 8, 179, 1981. 31. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and P. Stauning, Global properties of the

magnetosphere during a substorm growth phase: A case study, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 86(A11), 8941-8956, 1 October 1981, doi:10.1029/JA086iA11p08941.

32. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, W.P. Aiello, E.W. Hones, Jr., E.R. Tech, M.F. Halbig, J.B. Payne, R. Robinson, and S. Kedge, The Los Alamos geostationary orbit synoptic data set: A compilation of energetic particle data, Los Alamos National Laboratory report, LA-8843, August 1981.

33. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, S.J. Bame, and J.R. Asbridge, Timing of energetic proton enhancements relative to magnetospheric substorm activity and its implication for substorm theories, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 86(A3), 1415-1421, 1 March 1981, doi:10.1029/JA086iA03p01415.

34. Hones, E.W., Jr., D.N. Baker, and W.C. Feldman, Evaluation of some geophysical events on 22 September 1979 (for limited distribution only) LA-8672-MS, 1981.

35. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, J.B. Payne, and W.C. Feldman, A high time resolution study of interplanetary parameter correlations with AE, Geophysical Research Lett., 8(2), 179-182, February 1981, doi:10.1029/GL008i002p00179.

36. Baker, D.N., P. Stauning, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Near-equatorial, high-resolution measurements of electron precipitation at L≃6.6, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 86(A4), 2295-2313, 1 April 1981, doi:10.1029/JA086iA04p02295.

1982 37. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Kaye, M.G. Kivelson, T.E. Moore, W.

Studemann. A.J. Masley, P.H. Smith, and A.L. Vampola, Observation and modeling of energetic particles at synchronous orbit on July 29, 1977, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 5917-5932, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p05917.

38. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.P. Lepping, and P. Stauning, Multiple‐spacecraft and correlated riometer study of magnetospheric substorm phenomena, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 6121-6136, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p06121.

39. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, E.W. Hones, and R.W. Klebesadel, The Los Alamos synchronous orbit data set, The IMS Source Book, pp. 294 pages (C.T. Russell and D.J. Southwood, Eds.), p. 82, American Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1982.

40. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and B. Wilken, The July 29, 1977 magnetic storm: Observations and modeling of energetic particles at synchronous orbit, The IMS Source Book, Volume 20, pp. 294 pages (C.T. Russell and D.J. Southwood, Eds.), p. 259, American Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1982, doi: 10.1029/SP020p0259.

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41. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.T. Young, and J. Birn, The possible role of ionospheric oxygen in the initiation and development of plasma sheet instabilities, Geophys. Res. Letters, 9(12), 1337-1340, December 1982, doi:10.1029/GL009i012p01337.

42. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, and S.J. Bame, Plasma behavior during energetic electron streaming events: Further evidence for substorm-associated magnetic reconnection, Geophys. Res. Letters, 9(6), 664-667, June 1982, doi:10.1029/GL009i006p00664.

43. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, R.D. Belian, J.R. Asbridge, J.F. Fennell, B. Wilken, and C.W. Arthur, The global Pc5 event of November 14-15, 1979, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A4), 2337-2345, 1 April 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA04p02337.

44. Tsurutani, B.T., E.J. Smith, R.R. Anderson, K.W. Ogilvie, J.D. Scudder, D.N. Baker, and S.J. Bame, Lion roars and nonoscillatory drift mirror waves in the magnetosheath, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 6060-6072, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p06060.

45. Tsurutani, B.T., R.M. Thorne, E.J. Smith, R.R. Anderson, K.W. Ogilvie, J.D. Scudder, and D.N. Baker, Electromagnetic lion roars, the electron cyclotron and the drift mirror instabilities, Physica Activa, 1982.

46. Wilken, B., C.K. Goertz, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and T.A. Fritz, The SSC on July 29, 1977 and its propagation within the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 5901-5910, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p05901.

1983 47. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, and R.P. Lepping, Energetic ion acceleration

and transport in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager 1 and 2, Adv. Space Res., 3, 77, 1983. 48. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, S.J. Bame, E.W. Hones, Jr., B.T. Tsurutani, E.J. Smith, and S.-I. Akasofu,

An ISEE-3 high-resolution study of interplanetary parameter correlations with magnetospheric activity, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 88(A8), 6230-6242, 1 August 1983, doi:10.1029/JA088iA08p06230.

49. Bame, S.J., R.C. Anderson, J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Plasma regimes in the deep geomagnetic tail: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 10(9), 912-915, September 1983, doi:10.1029/GL010i009p00912.

50. Blake, J.B., J.F. Fennell, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and P.R. Higbie, Determination of the charge state and composition of energetic magnetospheric ions by observation of drift echoes, Geophys. Res. Letters, 10(12), 1211-1214, December 1983, doi:10.1029/GL010i012p01211.

51. Nagai, T., D.N. Baker, and P.R. Higbie, Development of substorm activity in multiple-onset substorms at synchronous orbit, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 88(A9), 6994-7004, 1 September 1983, doi:10.1029/JA088iA09p06994.

1984 52. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, and J.L. Green, The NASA data systems users working group:

Recommendations for improved scientific interactions, Eos, 65, 46, 1984. 53. Baker, D.N., S.I. Akasofu, W. Baumjohann, J.W. Bieber, D.H. Fairfield, E.W. Hones, Jr., B.H. Mauk,

R.L. McPherron, and T.E. Moore, Substorms in the magnetosphere, Chapter 8 of Solar Terrestrial Physics - Present and Future, NASA Pub. 1120, Washington, D.C., 1984.

54. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, R.D. Belian, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Correlated dynamical changes in the near-earth and distant magnetotail regions: ISEE-3, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A6), 3855-3864, 1 June 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA06p03855.

55. Baker, D.N., Particle and field signatures of substorms in the near magnetotail, in Magnetic Re-connection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas pp. 386 pages (E.W. Hones, Jr., Ed.), p. 193, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 1984.

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56. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J. Birn, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, and D.G. Sibeck, Direct observations of passages of the distant neutral line (80-140 RE) following substorm onsets: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11, 1042, 1984.

57. Baker, D.N., and T.A. Fritz, Hot plasma and energetic particles in the earth's outer magneto-sphere: New understandings during the IMS, Proceeding of the Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, ESA Spec. Pub., 217, p. 85, 1984.

58. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, D.N. Baker, and E.W. Hones, Jr., The application of dimensional analysis to solar wind-magnetosphere energy coupling, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, ESA Spec. Pub., 217, p. 157, 1984.

59. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and P.R. Higbie, High-energy proton drift echoes--multiple peak structure, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A10), 9101-9106, 1 October 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA10p09101.

60. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.P. Lepping, Micro-structure of magnetic reconnection in Earth's magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A8), 6705-6716, 1 August 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA08p06705.

61. Feldman, W.C., S.J. Schwartz, S.J. Bame, D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, Evolution of the earth's distal geomagnetic tail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11, 599, 1984.

62. Feldman, W.C., Schwartz, S.J., Bame, S.J., Baker, D.N., BIrn, J., Gosling, J.T., Hones, E.W., McComas, Slavin, J.A, Smith, E.J., Zwickl, R.D., , Evidence for Slow-mode shocks in the deep geomagnetic tail, Geophysical Research Letters, 11(6), 599-602, June 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i006p00599.

63. Feldman W.C., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr., S.J. Schwartz, and R.L. Tokar, Power dissipation at slow-mode shocks in the distant geomagnetic tail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1058-1061, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01058.

64. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, and W. Lennartsson, Implications of the 1100 UT March 22, 1979 CDAW-6 substorm event for the role of magnetic reconnection in the geomagnetic tail, in Magnetic Reconnection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas pp. 386 pages (E.W. Hones, Jr., Ed.), p. 203-207, American Geophys. Union, Washington D.C., 1984, doi: 10.1029/GM030p0203.

65. Baker, D.N. Baker, Particle and Field Signatures of Substorms in the Near Magnetotail, in Magnetic Reconnection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas pp. 386 pages (E.W. Hones, Jr., Ed.), p. 193-203, American Geophys. Union, Washington D.C., 1984, doi: 10.1029/GM030p0193.

66. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., Journeys of a spacecraft, Los Alamos Science, No. 10, p. 32-57, Spring 1984.

67. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slav-in, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Plasma entry into the distant tail lobes: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1078-1081, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01078.

68. Hones, E.W. Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Structure of the magnetotail at 220 RE and its response to geomagnetic activity, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(1), 5-7, January 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i001p00005.

69. Hones, E.W., Jr., J. Birn, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, D.S. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Detailed examination of a plasmoid in the distant magnetotail with ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1046-1049, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01046.

70. McPherron, R.L., R.A. Fay, C.R. Garrity, L.F. Bargatze, C.R. Clauer, D.N. Baker, and C. Searls, Coupling of the solar wind to measures of magnetic activity, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, ESA SP-217, p. 200, 1984.

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71. Scholer, M., G. Gloeckler, D. Hovestadt, F.M. Ipavich, B. Klecker, D.N. Baker, W. Baumjohann, and B.T. Tsurutani, Simultaneous observation of the plasma sheet in the near Earth and distant magnetotail, ISEE-1 and ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1034-1037, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01034.

72. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, D.G. Sibeck, G.L. Siscoe, H.J. Singer, D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., and F.L. Scarf, Substorm associated traveling compression regions in the distant tail: ISEE-3 geotail observations, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(7), 657-660, July 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i007p00657.

73. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Jones, Jr., D.J. McComas, E.J. Smith, Evolution of the Earth's distant magnetotail: ISEE-3 electron plasma results, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A12), 1007-1012, 1 December 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA12p11007.

74. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J. Birn, W.C. Geldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Jones, et al., Direct observations of passages of the distant neutral kind (80-140 R/sub E/) following substorm onsets: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Lett., 11(10), 1042-1045, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01042.

75. Baker, D., R.D. Zwickl, S.M. Krimigis, J.F. Carbary and M.H. Acuna, Energetic particle transport in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager results, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A6), 3775-3787, 1 June 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA06p03775.

1985 76. Akasofu, S.-I., C. Olmsted, E.J. Smith, B. Tsurutani, R. Okida, and D.N. Baker, Solar wind variations

and geomagnetic storms: A study of individual storms based on high time resolution ISEE-3 data, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A1), 325-340, 1 January 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA01p00325.

77. Baker, D.N., and L.F. Bargatze, Proper Solar Wind Power Estimation and Planetary Radiometric Efficiencies, Nature, 314(6013), 755-756, 25 April 1985, doi:10.1038/314755a0.

78. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, R.L. McPherron, D.H. Fairfield, Y. Kamide, and W. Baumjohann, Magnetotail energy storage and release during the CDAW-6 substorm analysis intervals, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A2), 1205-1216, 1 February 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA02p01205.

79. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, W. Lennartsson, B. Wilken, and H.W. Kroehl, The role of heavy ionospheric ions in the localization of substorm disturbances on 22 March 1979: CDAW-6, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A2), 1273-1281, 1 February 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA02p01273.

80. Baker, D.N., W. Aiello, J.R. Asbridge, R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, J.G. Laros, and E.R. Tech, Los Alamos Energetic Particle Sensor Systems at Geostationary Orbit, J. of Spacecraft and Rockets, AIAA, 1985.

81. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Williams, The CSSP Implementation Plan for Space Plasma Physics Pro-grams, Eos, Transactons American Geophysical Union, 66(50), 1217, 10 December 1985, doi:10.1029/eo066i050p01217.

82. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Magnetospheric impulse response for many levels of geomagnetic activity, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A7), 6387-6394, 1 July 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA07p06387.

83. Feldman, W.C., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, J. Birn, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, and S.J. Schwartz, Slow-mode shocks: A semi-permanent feature of the distant geomagnetic tail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A1), 233-240, 1 January 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA01p00233.

84. Goertz, C.K., and D.N. Baker, Polar cap photoionization and the 10-Hour Clock at Jupiter, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A7), 6304-6310, 1 July 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA07p06304.

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85. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, R.D. Zwickl and E.J. Smith, North-South and Dawn-Dusk Plasma Asymmetries in the Distant Tail Lobes: ISEE-3, J. Geophys. Res. Spcae Physics, 90(A7), 6354-6330, 1 July 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA07p06354.

86. Krimigis, S.M., R.D. Zwickl, and D.N. Baker, Energetic Ions Upstream of Jupiter's Bow Shock, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A5), 3947-3960, 1 May 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA05p03947.

87. Scholer, M., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W. Baumjohann, G. Gloeckler, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Correlated observations of substorm effects in the near-Earth region and the deep magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A5), 4021-4026, 1 May 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA05p04021.

88. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, and S.I. Akasofu, An ISEE-3 Study of Average and Substorm Conditions in the Distant Magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A11), 875-895, 1 November 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA11p10875.

89. Takahashi, K., P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Azimuthal propagation and frequency characteristics of compressional Pc5 waves observed at geostationary orbit, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A2), 1473-1485, 1 February 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA02p01473.

90. Takahashi, K., P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Energetic Electron Flux Pulsations Observed at Geostationary Orbit: Relation to Magnetic Pulsations, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A9), 8308-8318, 1 September 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA09p08308.

1986 91. Baker, D.N., Substorms in the Earth's Magnetosphere, Amer. Inst. Phys., Conference Proceedings

Series (R. Epstein and W. Feldman, eds.), p. 184, AIP, New York, 1986. 92. Baker, D.N., and W.C. Feldman, Slow shock waves in the Earth's magnetotail, Los Alamos

Institutional Supporting Research and Development 1985, p. 53, (LA-10600) February 1986. 93. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, R.W. Klebesadel, and P.R. Higbie, Highly relativistic electrons in the

earth's outer magnetosphere, I. Lifetimes and temporal history 1979-1984, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A4), 4265-4276, 1 April 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA04p04265.

94. Baker, D.N., J.A. Simpson, and J.H. Eraker, A model of impulsive acceleration and transport of energetic particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A8), 8742-8748, 1 August 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA08p08742.

95. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, Strong Electron Bidirectional Anisotropies in the Distant Tail: ISEE-3 Observations of Polar Rain, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A5), 5637-5662, 1 May 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA05p05637.

96. Baker, D.N., W.C. Feldman, S.P. Gary, D.J. McComas, and J. Middleditch, Plasma Fluctuations and Large-Scale Mixing Near Comet Giacobini-Zinner, Geophys. Res. Letters, 13(3), 271-274, March 1986, doi:10.1029/GL013i003p00271.

97. Baker, D.N., L.F. Bargatze, and R.D. Zwickl, Magnetospheric response to the IMF: Substorms, J. Geomag. Geoelect., 38(11), 1047-1073, 1986.

98. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, J.B. Blake, Hostile energetic particle radiation environments in Earth's outer magnetosphere, Proceedings of the AGARD Symposium, The Hague, Netherlands, 2-6 June, CP-406, chap. 4, Neuilly Sur Seine, France, 1986.

99. Baker, D.N., Statistical analyses in the study of solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, pp. 807 pages (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 17, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.

100. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Williams, Reply to P.S. McIntosh, Eos, 67, 169, 1986. 101. Baker, D.N., and R.D. Belian, Impulsive ion acceleration in Earth's outer magnetosphere, in Ion

Acceleration in the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere (T. Chang, Editor-in-chief), Ion Acceleration in the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere (pp. 399 pages), Geophys. Monograph Series, Vol. 38, p. 375, American Geophys. Union, Washington, D.C., 1986, ISBN-13 : 978-0875900636.

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102. Baker, D.N., Jovian electron populations in the magnetosphere of Mercury, Geophys. Res. Letters, 13(8), 789-792, August 1986, doi:10.1029/GL013i008p00789.

103. Bame, S.J., R.C. Anderson, J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, S.A. Fuselier, J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, M.F. Thomsen, D.T. Young, and R.D. Zwickl, Comet Giacobini-Zinner: A plasma description, Science, 232(4728), 356-361, 18 April 1986, doi:10.1126/science.232.4748.356.

104. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Magnetospheric impulse response to solar wind variations, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling pp. 807 pages (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 93, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.

105. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, Solar wind-magnetosphere energy input functions, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling pp 807 pages (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 101, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.

106. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Williams, Reply [to "Comment on "The CSSP implementation plan for space plasma physics programs] Solar-terrestrial physics revisited, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 67(14), 169, 8 April 1986, doi:10.1029/eo067i014p00169-04.

107. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux and hemispherically symmetric polar rain, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A10), 11352-11358, 1 October 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA10p11352

108. Heikkila, W.J., J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, and R.D. Zwickl, Neutral sheet crossings by ISEE-3 in the distant magnetotail, Proceedings of the International Conference on Comparative Study of Magnetospheric Systems, 1986.

109. Kling, R., T.W. Speiser, T. Fritz, D.N. Baker, and H. Garcia, Synoptic Study of a Large Injection Event, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A1), 363-370, 1 January 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA01p00363.

110. Krimigis, S.M., R.G. Athay, D.N. Baker, et al., An implementation plan for priorities in solar system space physics, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1986.

111. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, and L.F. Bargatze, Linear Filters as a Method of Real-Time Pre-diction of Geomagnetic Activity, in Solar Wind-Magnetospheric Coupling, pp. 807 pages, (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 85, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrect, 1986.

112. Scholer, M., T. Terasawa, D.N. Baker, G. Gloeckler, D. Hovestadt, E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, and R.D. Zwickl, ISEE 3 observations during a plasma sheet encounter at 140 RE: Evidence for enhancement of reconnection at the distant neutral line, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 01(A2), 1451-1458, 1 February 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA02p01451.

113. Scholer, M., D.N. Baker G. Gloeckler, B. Klecker, F.M. Ipavich, T. Terasawa, B.T. Tsurutani, and A.B. Galvin, Energetic particle beams in the plasma sheet boundary layer following sub-storm expansion: Simultaneous near-earth and distant tail observations, J. Geophys. Res., 91(A4), 4277-4286, 1 April 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA04p04277.

114. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, S.I. Akasofu, and R.P. Lepping, Solar Wind - Magnetosphere Coupling and the Distant Magnetotail: ISEE-3 Observations, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling pp 807 pages, (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.) p. 717, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.

115. Studemann, W.B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and T.A. Fritz, Multispacecraft observations at the compressed magnetopause following the July 13, 1982 interplanetary shock, Planet. Space Sci., 34(9), 825-833, 1986, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(86)90079-6.

116. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, W.P. Olson, and K.A. Pfitzer, Magnetospheric configuration and energetic particle effects associated with an SSC: A case study of the CDAW-6 event on March 22, 1979, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A2), 1459-1473, 1 Febraruary 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA02p01459.

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117. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, S.A. Fuselier, W.F. Huebner, D.J. McComas, and D.T. Young, Three component plasma electron distribution in the intermediate ionized coma of Comet Giacobini-Zinner, Geophys. Res. Letters, 13(4), 401-404, April 1986, doi:10.1029/GL013i004p00401.

118. Scholer, M., D.N. Baker, et al., ISEE 3 observations during a plasma sheet encounter at 1240 Earth radii - Evidence for enhancement of reconnection at the distant neutral line, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 1986.

119. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux and hemispherically symmetric polar rain, J. Geophys. Res., 1986.

1987 120. Baker, D.N., Effects of the Solar Terrestrial Environment on Satellite Operations, Artificial

Satellites, 22, 103, 1987. 121. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, R.R. Robinson, and K.J. Sofaly, Energetic electron and ion

fluxes at geostationary orbit: 6-11 February and 20 April - 1 May 1984, NOAA/NGDC Data Summary Volume, Rep. UAG-96, p. 132, Boulder, CO, 1987.

122. Baker, D.N., V.L. Thomas, D. Gallagher, J.L. Green, J.H. King, and R.D. Zwickl, The Space Physics Analysis Network (SPAN), DWUWG Meeting Report, Eos, 68, 44, 1987.

123. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, Bidirectional electron anisotropies in the distant tail: ISEE-3 observations of polar rain, in Magnetotail Physics, pp 433 pages, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.) Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 47, 1987.

124. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, Plasma and magnetic field variations in the distant magnetotail associated with near-earth substorm effects, in Magnetotail Physics, pp. 433 pages, (A.T.Y. Lui, ed.), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 137, 1987.

125. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, and J.B. Blake, Deep dielectric charging effects due to high energy electrons in Earth's outer magnetosphere, J. Electrostatics, 20(1), 3-19, October 1987, doi:10.1016/0304-3886(87)90082-9.

126. Baker, D.N., J.E. Borovsky, J.O. Burns, G.R. Gisler, and M. Zeilik, Possible calorimetric effects at Mercury due to solar wind-magnetosphere interactions, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A5), 4707-4712, 1 May 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA05p04707.

127. Baker, D.N., R.C. Anderson, R.D. Zwickl, and J.A. Slavin, Average plasma and magnetic-field variations in the distant magnetotail associated with near-earth substorm effects, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A1), 71-81, 1 January 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA01p00071.

128. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling, and M.S. Gussenhoven, Observations of polar rain at low and high altitudes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A12), 13547-13560, 1 December 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA12p13547.

129. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, D.J. Gorney, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, and J.H. King, Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons: A role in coupling to the middle atmosphere? Geophys. Res. Letters, 14(10), 1027-1030, October 1987, doi:10.1029/GL014i010p01027.

130. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Superposed epoch analysis of magnetospheric substorms using solar wind, auroral zone, and geostationary orbit data sets, in Magnetotail Physics, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.), Magnetotail physics (pp 433 pages), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 163, 1987.

131. Burns, J.O., G.R. Gisler, J.E. Borovsky, D.N. Baker, and M. Zeilik, Radio interferometric imaging of the subsurface emissions from the planet Mercury, Nature, 329(6136), 224-226, 17 September 1987, doi:10.1038/329224a0.

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132. Craven, J.D., D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, and L.A. Frank, Auroral images of substorm onsets and the signatures of plasma and energetic particle injections near the geosynchronous altitude: CDAW-8, Eos, 68(16), 389, 1987.

133. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux events, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 8519, 1987.

134. Murphy, N., J.A. Slavin, D.N. Baker, and W.J. Hughes, Enhancements of energetic ions associated with traveling compression regions in the deep geomagnetic tail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A1), 64-70, 1 January 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA01p00064.

135. Richardson, I.G., M. Scholer, B.T. Tsurutani, P.W. Daly, D.N. Baker, and R.C. Elphic, Observation

of the formation of a plasmoid in the geomagnetic tail by the ISEE-1 and ISEE-3 spacecraft, Planet Space Sci., 35, 209, 1987.

136. Rostoker, G., D.N. Baker, J. Lemaire, and V. Vasyliunas, Dialog on the relative roles of reconnection and the viscous interaction in providing solar- wind energy to the magnetosphere, in Magnetotail Physics (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.), Magnetotail physics (pp. 433 pages), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, P. 409, 1987.

137. Russell, C. T., J. G. Luhmann, and D.N. Baker, An examination of possible solar wind sources for a sudden brightening of Comet IRAS-Araki-Alcock, Geophys. Res. Letters, 14(10), 991-994, October 1987, doi:10.1029/GL014i010p00991.

138. Scholer, M., B. Klecker, D. Hovestadt, G. Gloeckler, F.M. Ipavich, A.B. Galvin, D.N. Baker, and B.T. Tsurutani, Energetic ion and electron beams at the plasma sheet boundary in the distant tail, in Magnetotail Physics, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.) Magnetotail physics, (pp 433 pages), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 245, 1987.

139. Zwickl, R.D., L.F. Bargatze, D.N. Baker, C.R. Clauer, and R.L. McPherron, An evaluation of the total magnetospheric energy output parameter, UT, in Magnetotail Physics, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.), Magnetotail physics, Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, p. 155, 1987.

140. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, Bidirection-al solar wind electron heat flux events, J. Geophys. Res., 92(A8), 8519-8535, 1 August 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA08p08519.

141. Richardson, I.G., M. Scholer, B.T. Tsurutani, P.W. Daly, D.N. Baker, and R.C. Elphic, Simultaneous observations of the near-Earth and distant geomagnetic tail during a substorm by ISEE 1, ISEE-3, and geostationary spacecraft, Planetary and Space Science, 35, #2, 209-226, February 1987, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(87)90090-0.

142. Baker, D.N., R.C. Anderson, R.D. Zwickl, and A. Slavin, Average plasma and magnetic field variations in the distant magnetotail associated with near-Earth substorm effects, J. Geophys. Res., 92, #A1, 1987.

1988 143. Baker, D.N., J.E. Borovsky, G. Benford, and J.A. Eilek, The collective emission of electromagnetic

waves from astrophysical jets: Luminosity gaps, BL Lacertae objects, and efficient energy transport, Astrophys. J., 326(1), 110-124, March 1988, doi:10.1086/166073.

144. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Krimigis, D.G. Sibeck and R.D. Zwickl, Simultaneous energetic particle observations at geostationary orbit and in the upstream solar wind: Evidence for leakage during the magnetospheric compression event of 1 November 1984, J. Geophys. Res., 93(A12), 14317-14327, 1 December 1988, doi:10.1029/JA093iA12p14317.

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145. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, D.J. Gorney, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, and J.H. King, Relativistic Electron Precipitation Patterns in Longitude and Latitude: A Reply to W.R. Sheldon et al., Geophys. Res. Letters, 15, 1451, 1988.

146. Baker, D.N., Multipoint measurements of energetic particles in the magnetosphere, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 385-396, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90153-6.

147. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, J.H. Singer, J.A. Slavin, I.G. Richardson and R.D. Zwickl, The CDAW-8 Substorm Event on 28 January 1983: A Detailed Global Study, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 113-118, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90119-6.

148. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling and M.S. Gussenhoven, Plasma Electrons as Tracers of Distant Magnetotail Structure: ISEE-3, Adv. Space Research, 8(8), 179-182, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90285-2.

149. Baker, D.N., Knot really, Science (Letter), 242(4877), 348, 21 October 1988, doi:10.1126/science.242.4877.348-a.

150. Blake, J.B., R.D. Belian, D.R. Croley, J.F. Fennell, G. Gloeckler, D.C. Hamilton and D.N. Baker, The 8 February 1986 magnetospheric compression event: Observations of Simultaneous Magnetosphere Leakage and Spectrally Reflected Solar Wind Ions, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 197-200, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90132-9.

151. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, A.T.Y. Lui, D.G. Sibeck, R.D. Belian, R.W. McEntire, T.A. Potemra and S.M. Krimigis, The Radial and Longitudinal Propagation Characteristics of Substorm Injections, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 91-95, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90116-0.

152. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, L.F. Bargatze, C.R. Clauer, and R.E. Holzer, IMF control of geomagnetic activity, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 71-86, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90114-7.

153. Nishida, A., S.J. Bame, D.N. Baker, G. Gloeckler, M. Scholer, E.J. Smith, T. Terasawa, and B. Tsurutani, Assessment of the boundary layer model of the magnetospheric substorm, J. Geophys. Res., 93(A6), 5579-5588, 1 June 1988, doi:10.1029/JA093iA06p05579.

154. Russell, C.T., D.N. Baker, and J.A. Slavin, The Magnetosphere of Mercury, in Mercury (C.R. Chapman, M.S. Matthews, and F. Vilas, Eds.), Mercury, University of Arizona Press, p.794, 1988.

155. Sibeck, D.G., R.W. McEntire, S.M. Krimigis, and D.N. Baker, The magnetosphere as a sufficient source for upstream ions on November 1, 1984, J. Geophys. Res., 93(A12), 14328-14342, 1 December 1988, doi:10.1029/ja093ia12p14328.

156. Wilken, B., W.I. Axford, D.N. Baker, et al., RAPID (CLUSTER): Research with Adaptive Particle Imaging Detectors, p. 85, ESA SP-1103, ESA, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 1988.

157. Baker, D.N., Blake, J.B., Gorney, D.J., Higbie, P.R., Klebesadel, R.W., King, J.H., Reply to: Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons - A role in coupling to the middle atmosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 15(12), 1451-1452, 1988, doi:10.1029/GL015i012p01451.

158. Baker, D.N., Fritz, T.A., Korth, G., Korth, A., Kremser, G., Wilken, B, Wolfgang Stedemann 1940–1987, American Geophysical Union, Eos, 69 (13), 177, 29 March 1988, doi: 10.1029/88EO00117.

1989 159. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, R.D. Belian, and T.E. Cayton, Relativistic electrons near

geostationary orbit: Evidence for internal magnetospheric acceleration, Geophys. Res. Letters, 16(6), 559-562, June 1989, doi:10.1029/GL016i006p00559.

160. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and P.A. Bernhardt, Plasmoid velocity, Science (Letters), 243, 4892, 713, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 10 February 1989, doi:10.1126/science.243.4892.713-c.

161. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and P.A. Bernhardt, A small-scale plasmoid formation during the 13 May 1985 AMPTE magnetotail barium release, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 17084, 1989.

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162. Baker, D.N., and J.J. Hillman, In Reply: NASA and University Astronomers, Science (Letters), 246(4931), 739-740, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 10 November 1989, doi:10.1126/science.246.4931.739-a.

163. Baker, D.N., The Low Latitude Boundary Layer Region, in Geospace Environment Modeling, p. 47, (Ed. M. Ashour-Abdalla), San Diego Supercomputer Center, 1989.

164. Cayton, T.E., R.D. Belian, S.P. Gary, T.A. Fritz, and D.N. Baker, Energetic electron components at geosynchronous orbit, Geophys. Res., Letters, 16(2), 147-150, February 1989, doi:10.1029/GL016i002p00147.

165. Christon, S.P., D.L. Chenette, D.N. Baker, and D. Moses, Relativistic electrons at geosynchronous orbit, interplanetary electron flux, and the 13-month Jovian synodic year, Geophys. Res. Letters, 16(10), 1129-1132, October 1989, doi:10.1029/gl016i010p01129.

166. Fairfield, D.H., D.N. Baker, J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, J.F. Fennell, L.A. Frank, I.G. Richard-son, H.J. Singer, J.A. Slavin, B.T. Tsurutani, and R.D. Zwickl, Substorms, plasmoids, flux ropes, and magnetotail flux loss on March 25, 1983: CDAW-8, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94(A11), 15135-15152, 1 November 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA11p15135.

167. Schindler, K., D.N. Baker, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr., J.A. Slavin and A.B. Galvin, A study of strong earthward plasma flow at H200 RE in Earth's magnetotail: CDAW-8, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 15177, 1989.

168. Schindler, K., D.N. Baker, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, J.A., Slavin, and A.B. Galvin, Analysis of an extended period of Earthward plasma sheet flow at approximately 220 R(E) - CDAW 8, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94(A11), 15177-15188, 1 November 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA11p15177.

169. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, A.B. Galvin, W.J. Hughes, R.H. Manka, D.G. Mitchell, I.G. Richardson, T.R. Sanderson, D.J. Sibeck, H.J. Singer, E.J. Smith, and R.D. Zwickl, ISEE-3 observations of plasmoid structure and dynamics, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 15153, 1989.

170. Baker, D.N., Fritz, T.A., Bernhardt, P.A., A small‐scale plasmoid formed during the May 13, 1985, AMPTE magnetotail barium release, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94(A12), #A2, 17084-17096, 1 December 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA12p17084.

171. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, and 13 others, CDAW 8 observations of plasmoid signatures in the geomagnetic tail: An assessment, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94, #A11, 15153-15175, 1 November 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA11p15153.

172. Christon, S.P., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electrons at geosynchronous orbit, interplanetary electron flux, and the 13-month Jovian synodic year, Geophys. Res. Lett., 16, 1989.

1990 173. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, R.L. McPherron, and J. Buchner, The evolution from weak to strong

geomagnetic activity: An interpretation in terms of deterministic chaos, Geophys. Res. Letters, 17(1), 41-44, January 1990, doi:10.1029/gl017i001p00041.

174. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, I.G. Richardson, C.J. Owen, H.J. Singer, J.A. Slavin, and R.D. Zwickl, The substorm event on 28 January 1983: A detailed global study, Planet. Space Sci., 38(12), 1495-1501, 1503-1515, December 1990, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(90)90156-K.

175. Baker, D.N., and R.L. McPherron, Extreme Energetic Particle Decreases near Geostationary Orbit: A Manifestation of Current Diversion and Energy Conversion within the Inner Plasma Sheet, Advances in Space Research, 10(9) 131-134, 1990, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(90)90218-o.

176. Baker, D. N., & McPherron, R. L. (n.d.). Extreme energetic particle decreases near geostationary orbit: A manifestation of current diversion within the inner plasma sheet. Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(A5), 6591-6599, 1 May 1990, doi:10.1029/ja095ia05p06591

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177. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Slavin, The Mercury Dual Orbiter Mission, in Particle Astrophysics, AIP Conf. Proceedings 203 (Amer. Inst. Phys.) p. 111, New York, 1990.

178. Baker, D.N., R.L. McPherron, T.E. Cayton, and R.W. Klebesadel, Linear prediction filter analysis of relativistic electron properties at 6.6 RE, J. Geophys. Res., 95(A9), 15133-15140, 1 September 1990, doi:10.1029/JA095iA09p15133.

179. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, R. Klebesadel, D.D. Sentman, D.J. Gorney, and P.R. Higbie, Relativistic magnetospheric electrons: Lower ionospheric conductivity and long-term atmospheric variability, Adv. Space Research, 10(10) 229-233, 1990, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(90)90036-y.

180. Baker, D.N., Wave-particle interactions for relativistic electrons in a recirculation acceleration model, SPI Conf. Proc, Vol. 9, (T. Chang, Ed.), p. 215, 1990.

181. Baker, D.N., The Magnetosphere Environment, in Solar Terrestrial Predictions, Vol. 1, p. 26, (ed. by R.J. Thompson, et al.) NOAA/ERL, Boulder, CO, 1990.

182. Baker, D.N., Energy Coupling in the Magnetospheres of Earth and Mercury, Adv. Space Re-search, 10, (S) 23, 1990.

183. LaBelle, J., L.M. Kistler, R.A. Treumann, D.G. Sibeck, W. Baumjohann, and D.N. Baker and R.D. Belian, The interaction of impulsive solar wind discontinuities with the magnetosphere: A multisatellite case study, Planet. Space Sci., 38(7), 841-850, July 1990, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(90)90053-S.

184. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, R.W. McEntire, T.A. Potemra, and R.D. Belian, A possible case of radially antisunward propagating substorm onset in the near-Earth magnetotail, Planet. Space Sci., 38(6), 771-784, June 1990, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(90)90036-P.

185. Ohtani, S., S. Kokubun, R. Nakamura, R.C. Elphic, C.T. Russell, and D.N. Baker, Field-aligned current signatures in the near-tail region, 2, Coupling between the Region 1 and the Region 2 systems, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 95(A11), 18913-18927, 1 November 1990, doi:10.1029/JA095iA11p18913.

186. Slavin, J.A., R.P. Lepping, and D.N. Baker, IMP-8 observations of traveling compression regions: New evidence for near-Earth plasmoids and lines, Geophys. Res. Lett., 17, #7, 913-916, June 1990, doi:10.1029/gl017i007p00913.

187. Labelle, J., D.N. Baker, et al., The interaction of impulsive solar wind discontinuities with the magnetosphere: A multi-satellite case study, Planetary and Space Science, 38, 1990.

1991 188. Nakamura, R., Oguti, T., Yamamoto, T., Okoubun, S., D.N. Baker, and Belian, R, Aurora and

Energetic Particle Signatures During a Substorm with Multiple Expansions, Geophysical Monograph Series, Magnetospheric Substorms, 64, 1 January 1991, doi: 10.1029/GM064p0285.

189. Roberts, D.A., D.N. Baker, A.J. Klimas, and L.F. Bargatze, Indications of low-dimensionality in magnetospheric dynamics, Geophys. Res. Letters, 18(2), 151-154, February 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl00021.

190. Baker, D.N., G. Chin, and R.F. Pfaff, Jr., NASA’s Small Explorer Program, Physics Today, 44(12), 44-51, 1 December 1991, doi:10.1063/1.881278.

191. Pulkkinen, T.I., D>N. Baker, et al., Modeling the growth phase of a substorm using the Tsyganenko model and multi-spacecraft observations: CDAW-9, Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, #11, 1963-1966, November 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl02002.

192. Ashour-Abdalla, M., and D.N. Baker, Chaos and stochasticity in space plasmas, Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, #8, 1573-1574, August 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl01904.

193. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D.A. Roberts, Examination of time-variable input effects in a nonlinear analogue magnetosphere model, Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, #8, 1631-1634, August 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl01048.

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194. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, Linear prediction filters for linear and nonlinear modeled geomagnetic activity, Geophys. Res. Lett, 18, #8, 1635-1638, August 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl01148.

195. Herrero, F., D.N. Baker, and R.A. Goldberg, Rocket measurements of relativistic electrons: New features in fluxes, spectra and pitch angle distributions, Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, #8, 1481-1484, August 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl01300.

196. Imhof, W.L., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electron enhancements: Simultaneous measurements from synchronous and low altitude satellites, Geophys. Res. Lett, 18(3), 397-400, March 1991, doi:10.1029/91gl00132.

197. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, J.D. Lambeth, R.E. Boughner, M. Natarajan, R.W. Klebesadel, and D.J. Gorney, Precipitating relativistic electrons: Their long-term effect on stratospheric odd nitrogen levels, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres, 96, #D2, 2939-2976, 20 February 1991, doi:10.1029/90JD02184.

198. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, et al., Ozone depletion in the high latitude lower stratosphere: 1979-1990, J. Geophys. Res., 96, #D2, 2921, 20 February 1991, doi:10.1029/90jd02171.

1992 199. Akasofu, S.-I., H.C. Stenback-Nielsen, T.J. Hallinan, G. Rostoker, and D.N. Baker, A new era in

magnetospheric research, Eos, Transacations American Geophysical Union, 73(29), 305, 21 July 1992, doi:10.1029/91eo00238.

200. Baker, D.N., Geomagnetic Storms, in The Reference Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Ed. S.P. Maran (Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York), p. 184, 1992.

201. Baker, D.N., Driven and unloading aspects of magnetospheric substorms, in Substorms 1, ESA Spec. Pub., 335, p. 185, 1992.

202. Baker, D.N., G. Chin, R.F. Pfaff, Jr., Reply to Bryant et al., Physics Today, 45, 118, 1992. 203. Blake, J.B., and D.N. Baker, Long-term measurements of the integral galactic cosmic-ray fluxes in

geostationary orbit, International Journal of Radiation Applications and Instrumentation. Part D. Nuclear Tracks and radiation measurements, Vol. 20, Issue 3, 411-413, July 1992, doi:10.1016/1359-0189(92)90025-q.

204. Cooper, J.B. and D.N. Baker, Jovian electron transport to the polar heliosphere: An analogy to magnetospheric recirculation, Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasmas (AIP Conf. Proceedings, U. of Delaware), ISBN: 0-88318-948-8, 4-6 December 1991.

205. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, D.H. Fairfield, and J. Buchner, A nonlinear dynamical analogue model of geomagnetic activity, J. Geophys. Res., 97(A8), 12253-12266, 1 August 1992, doi:10.1029/92ja00794.

206. Koskinen, H.E. J., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.J. Pellinen, T. Bosinger, D.N. Baker, and R.E. Lopez, Characteristics of pseudobreakups, in Substorms 1, ESA Spec. Pub., 335, p. 111, 1992.

207. Ledlow, M.J., J.O. Burns, G.R. Gisler, J.-H. Zhao, M. Zelik, and D.N. Baker, Subsurface emissions from Mercury: VLA radio observations at 2 and 6 cm, Astrophysical Journal, 384(2), 640-655, January 1992., doi:10.1086/170906.

208. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and T. Yamamoto, Spatial scale of the substorm onset region determined from multi-point satellite and ground-based observations, in Substorms 1, ESA Spec. Pub. 335, p. 353, 1992.

209. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherron, C.Y. Huang, and L.A. Frank, Global and local current sheet thickness estimates during the late growth phase, in Substorms 1, ESA Spec. Pub., 335, p. 131, 1992.

210. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.J. Pellinen, J. Buchner, H.E. J. Koskinen, R.E. Lopez, R.L. Dy-son, and L.A. Frank, Particle scattering and current sheet stability in the geomagnetic tail during the

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substorm growth phase, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 97(A12), 19283-19297, 1 December 1992, doi:10.1029/92JA01189.

211. Saka, O., T. Iijima, H. Yamagishi, N. Sato, and D.N. Baker, Excitation of Pc5 pulsations in the morning sector by a local injection of particles in the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 97(A7), 10693, 1 July 1992, doi:10.1029/92ja00441.

212. Slavin, J.A., M.F. Smith, E.L. Mazur, D.N. Baker, T. Iyemori, H.J. Singer, and E.W. Greenstadt, ISEE 3 plasmoid and TCR observations during an extended interval of substorm activity, Geophys. Res. Letters, 19(8), 825-828, 24 April 1992, doi:10.1029/92gl00394.

213. Baker, D.N., D.H. Fairfield, J.A. Slavin, I.G. Richardson, et al., Correction to "the substorm event of 28 January 1983: A detailed global study, by D. N. Baker et al., Planetary and Space Science, vol. 40, #4, 589-590, April 1992, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(92)90273-Q.

215. Anderson, P.C., W.B. Hanson, R.A. Heelis, J.D. Craven, D.N. Baker, and L.A. Frank, A pro-posed production-model of rapid subauroral ion drifts and their relationship to substorm evolution, J. Geophys. Res., 98(A4), 6069-6078, 1 April 1993, doi:10.1029/92JA01975.

216. Bryant, D., Baker, D.N., et al., What Accelerates Auroral Particles?, Physics Today 45, 11, 117 , 1 November 1992, doi: 10.1063/1.2809895.

217. Baker, D.N., The SAMPEX mission, in Physics News in 1993 (Ed., P.F. Schewe), Amer. Inst. of Physics, New York, 1993.

218. Baker, D.N., Recent results in the prediction of geomagnetic storms and magnetospheric sub-storms, Solar-Terrestrial Predictions-IV, 2, 411, NOAA, Boulder, CO, 1993.

219. Baker, D.N., R.A. Goldberg, F.A. Herrero, J.B. Blake, and L.B. Callis, Satellite and rocket studies of relativistic electrons and their influence on the middle atmosphere, J. Atm. Terr. Phys., 55(13), 1619-1628, November 1993, doi:10.1016/0021-9169(93)90167-w.

220. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.L. McPherron, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, R.D. Elphinstone, J.S. Murphree J.F. Fennell, R.E. Lopez, and T. Nagai, CDAW-9 analysis of magnetospheric events on 3 May 1986: Event C, J. Geophys. Res., 98(A3), 3815-3834, 1 March 1993, doi:10.1029/92JA02475.

221. Baker, D.N., G.M. Mason, O. Figueroa, G. Colon, J. Watzin, and R. Aleman, An overview of the Solar Anomalous, and Magnetospheric Particle Explorer (SAMPEX) mission, IEEE Trans. on Geosci. and Remote Sensing., 31(3), 531-541, May 1993, doi:10.1109/36.225519.

222. Cook, W.R., D.N. Baker, T.T. von Rosenvinge, J.B. Blake, and L.B. Callis, PET: A proton/electron telescope for studies of magnetospheric, solar, and galactic particles, IEEE Trans. Geosci. Elec. and Remote Sensing, 31(3), 565-571, May 1993, doi:10.1109/36.225523.

223. Koskinen, H.E.J., R.E. Lopez, R.J. Pellinen, T.I. Pulkkinen, D.N. Baker, and T. Bosinger, Pseudobreakup and substorm growth phase in the ionosphere and magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 98(A4), 5801-5813, 1 April 1993, doi:10.1029/92ja02482.

224. McPherron, R.L., V. Angelopoulos, D.N. Baker, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Is there a near-Earth neutral line, Adv. Space Res., 13(4), 173-186, April 1993.

225. McPherron, R.L., and D.N. Baker, Factors influencing the intensity of magnetospheric substorms, J. Atm. Terr. Phys., 55(8), 1091-1122, June 1993, doi:10.1016/0021-9169(93)90040-6.

226. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, D.H. Fairfield, D.G. Mitchell and R.L. McPherron, Plasma flow and magnetic field characteristics in the midtail region, Adv. Space Res., 13(4), 223-228, April 1993, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(93)90337-b.

227. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, N. Murphy, and C.J. Owen, Thin current sheets in the deep geomagnetic tail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 20(22), 2427-2430, 19 November 1993, doi:10.1029/93GL01590.

228. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherron, C.Y. Huang, and L.A. Frank, Global and local estimates of the current sheet thickness: CDAW-6, Adv. Space Res., 13(4), 85-91, April 1993.

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229. Slavin, J.A., M.F. Smith, E.L. Mazur, D.N. Baker, T. Iyemori, and E.W. Greenstadt, ISEE-3 observations of traveling compression regions in the Earth’s magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 98(A9), 15425-15446, 1 September 1993, doi:10.1029/93JA01467.

230. Cooper, J.F., and D.N. Baker, Magnetospheric models for electron acceleration and transport in the heliosphere, Advances in Space Research, 13, #6, 103-106, June 1993, doi: 10.1016/0273-1177(93)90398-U.

231. Smith, M.F., Herrero, F., Hesse, M., Baker, D.N., Bochsler, P., Wurz, P., et al., The High-latitude ion-transport and energetics (hi-lite) explorer – a mission to investigate ion outflow from the high-latitute ionosphere (In S. Chakrabarti Ed.), Instrumentation for Magnetospheric Imagery II Vol. 2008, 40-56, 7 July 1993, doi:10.1117/12.147643.

1994 232. Angelopoulos, V., V.A. Sergeev, D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, G.D. Reeves, C.T. Russell, and H.J.

Singer, Multi-point study of bursty bulk flow events during a sequence of small substorms, Substorms 2, (Eds. J.R. Kan, J.D. Craven, and S.-I. Akasofu), p. 643, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, 1994.

233. Baker, D.N., V.O. Papitashvili, and M.J. Teague, eds., Solar-Terrestrial Energy program, the initial results from STEP facilities and theory campaigns, Proceedings of the 1992 STEP Symposium/5th COSPAR Colloquium held in Laurel, Maryland, U.S.A., 24-28 August 1992, Pergamon, Elsevier Science, Inc., 828 pp., 1994.

234. Baker, D.N., J. B. Blake, L.B. Callis, J.R. Cummings, D. Hovestadt, S. Kanekal, B. Klecker, R.A. Mewaldt, and R.D. Zwickl, Relativistic electron acceleration and decay time scales in the inner and outer radiation belts: SAMPEX, Geophys. Res. Letters, 21(6), 409-412, 15 March 1994, doi:10.1029/93GL03532.

235. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, E.W. Hones, Jr., R.D. Belian, R.L. McPherron, and V. Angelopoulos, Signatures of the substorm recovery phase at high-altitude spacecraft, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 99(A6), 10, 967-10,979, 1 June 1994, doi:10.1029/93JA02719.

236. Baker, D.N., Mission investigates radiation arriving at Earth, Geophysics News (1993), (Ed., D. Presnall), p. 16, Amer. Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1994.

237. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.L. McPherron, and C.R. Clauer, Multi-Spacecraft study of a sub-storm growth and expansion phase features using a time-evolving field model, Solar system plasmas in space and time, (Eds. J.L. Burch and J. H. Waite, Jr.), p. 101, Geophysical Mono-graph, American Geophysical Union, 1994.

238. Baker, D.N., et al, Mission investigates radiation arriving at Earth, Eos, AGU, 75, #11, March, 1994.

239. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, S. Kanekal, B. Klecker, and G. Rostoker, Satellite anomalies linked to electron increase in the magnetosphere, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 75, #35, 401, 30 August 1994, doi:10.1029/94eo01038.

240. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D. Vassiliadis, Global convection, low-dimensional magnetospheric dynamics, and deterministic chaos, Substorms 2, (Eds. J.R. Kan, J.D. Craven, and S.-I. Akasofu), p. 75, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, 1994.

241. Baker, D.N., Re-emergence of the Sputnik challenge, Space News, p. 14, December 5-11, 1994. 242. Goldberg, R.A., D.N. Baker, F.A. Herrero, S.P. McCarthy, P.A. Twigg, C.L. Croskey, and L.C. Hale,

Energy deposition and middle atmosphere electrodynamic response to a highly relativistic electron precipitation event, J. Geophys. Res., 99(D10), 21071-21081, 20 October 1994, doi:10.1029/94jd00084.

243. Goldberg, R.A., C.H. Jackman, D.N. Baker, and F.A. Herrero, Modification of mesospheric OH and O3 during a measured highly relativistic electron precipitation event, ESA SP-355, p. 209, 1994.

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244. Hesse, M., J. Birn, D.N. Baker, and T.I. Pulkkinen, MHD simulations of substorm dynamics including an inner magnetotail, Substorms 2, (Eds. J.R. Kan, J.D. Craven, and S.-I. Akasofu), p. 493, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, 1994.

245. Imhof, W.L., E.E. Gaines, J.P. McGlennon, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, and R.D. Belian, Relativistic electron flux comparisons at low and high altitudes with fast time resolution and broad spatial coverage, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 99(A9), 17,421-17,426, 1 September 1994, doi:10.1029/94JA01266.

246. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, and D.A. Roberts, Evidence for a normal mode in the unloading dynamics of the magnetosphere, Substorms 2, (Eds. J.R. Kan, J.D. Craven, and S.-I. Akasofu), p. 81, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, 1994.

247. Korth, A., R. Friedel, D.N. Baker, H. Luhr, S.L. Ullaland, J.F. Fennell, and G.D. Reeves, Dynamics of the plasma sheet in the dawn sector of the magnetosphere: Observations from CRRES, Substorms 2, (Eds. J.R. Kan, J.D. Craven, and S.-I. Akasofu), p. 315, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, 1994.

248. Looper, M.D., J. B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, R.S. Selesnick, and D.N. Baker, Observations of the remnants of the ultrarelativistic electrons injected by the strong SSC of 24 March 1991, Geophys. Res. Letters, 21(19), 2079-2082, 15 September 1994, doi:10.1029/94GL01586.

249. Lopez, R.E., and D.N. Baker, Evidence for particle acceleration during magnetospheric sub-storms, in Astrophysical Journal. Suppl. Series, 90, 531, 10-C13, February 1994, doi:10.1086/191871.

250. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, D.H. Fairfield, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherron, and E.W. Hones, Plasma flow and magnetic field characteristics near the midtail neutral sheet, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 99(A12), 23591-23601, 1 December 1994, doi:10.1029/94JA02082.

251. Nakamura, R.D., D.N. Baker, T. Yamamoto, R.D. Belian, E.A. Bering III, J.R. Benbrook, and J.R. Theall, Particle and field signatures during pseudobreakup and major expansion onset of substorms, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 99(A1), 207-221, 1 January 1994, doi:10.1029/93JA02207.

252. Nozette, S., D.N. Baker, et al., The Clementine Mission to the Moon; Scientific Overview, Science, 266(5192), 1835-1839, 16 December 1994, doi:10.1126/science.266.5192.1835.

253. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherron, C.Y. Huang, and L.A. Frank, Thin current sheets in the magnetotail during substorms: CDAW-6 revisited, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 99(A4), 5793-5803, 1 April 1994, doi:10.1029/93JA03234.

254. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, P.K. Toivanen, R.J. Pellinen, R.H.W. Friedel, and A. Korth, Magnetospheric field and current distributions during the substorm recovery phase, J. Geophys. Res., 99(A6), 10,955-10,966, 1 June 1994, doi:10.1029/93ja02718.

255. Sanny, J., R.L. McPherron, C.T. Russell, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, and A. Nishida, Growth-phase thinning of the near-Earth current sheet during the CDAW-6 substorm, J. Geophys. Res., 99(A4), 5805-5816, 1 April 1994, doi:10.1029/93ja03235.

256. Tinsley, B.A., J.T. Hoeksema, and D.N. Baker, Stratospheric volcanic aerosols and changes in air-earth current density at solar wind magnetic sector boundaries as conditions for the Wilcox tropospheric vorticity effect, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres, 99(D8), 16,805-16,813, 20 August 1994, doi:10.1029/94JD01207.

257. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, Classification and prediction of substorm conditions with nonlinear filters, Substorms 2, (Eds. J.R. Kan, J.D. Craven, and S.-I. Akasofu), p. 473, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, 1994.

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258. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, et al., Substorm recurrence during steady and variable solar wind driving: Evidence for a normal mode in the unloading dynamics of the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 99(A8), 14855-14861, 1 August 1994, doi:10.1029/94ja01240.

1995 259. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, and D.A. Roberts, Substorm recurrence during steady and

variable solar-wind driving - evidence for a normal-mode in the unloading dynamics of the magnetosphere - Reply, J. Geophys. Res., 1995.

260. Acuña, M.H., K.W. Ogilvie, D.N. Baker, S.A. Curtis, D.H. Fairfield, and W.H. Mish, The Global Geospace Science Program and its Investigations, Sp. Sci. Rev., 71(1-4), 5-21, February 1995, doi:10.1007/bf00751323.

261. Baker, D.N., Physicists at Work in Principles of Physics (F.J. Bueche and D.A. Jerde), Principles of Physics, p. 577, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1995.

262. Vassiliadis, D., V. Angelopoulos, D.N. Baker, and A.J. Klimas, The relation between the northern polar cap and auroral electrojet geomagnetic indices in the wintertime, Geophys. Res. Lett., 23, #20, 2781-2784, 1 October 1996, doi:10.1029/96GL02575.

263. Baker, D.N., The Inner Magnetosphere: A Review, Surveys in Geophys., 16(3), 331-362, 1995, doi:10.1007/BF01044572.

264. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D. Vassiliadis, Energy transfer between the solar wind and the magnetosphere-ionosphere system, J. Geomag. Geoelect., 47(11), 1171-1182 1995, doi:10.5636/jgg.47.1171.

265. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and J.H. Adams, Jr., Charged-particle telescope experiment on Clementine, J. Rockets and Spacecraft, 32(6), 1060-1064, 1995, doi:10.2514/3.26731.

266. Blake, J.B., et al., CEPPAD - Comprehensive Energetic Particle and Pitch Angle Distribution Experiment on POLAR, Space Sci. Rev., 71(1-4), 531-562, February 1995, doi:10.1007/BF00751340.

267. Goldberg, R.A., D.N. Baker, F.A. Herrero, C.H. Jackman, S. Kanekal, and P.A. Twigg, Mesospheric heating during highly relativistic electron precipitation events, J. Geomag. Geoelect., 47(11), 1237-1247, 1995, doi:10.5636/jgg.47.1237.

268. Goldberg, R.A., C.H. Jackman, D.N. Baker, and F.A. Herrero, Changes in the concentration of mesospheric O3 and OH during a highly relativistic electron precipitation event, in The Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere: A Review of Experiment and Theory, edited by R.M. Johnson and T.L. Killeen, pp. 215-224, Geophysical Monograph 87, AGU, Washington, DC, 1995.

269. Kauristie, K., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.J. Pellinen, P. Janhunen, A. Huuskonen, A. Viljanen, H.J. Opgenoorth, W.J. Heikkila, and D.N. Baker, Analysis of the substorm trigger phase using multiple ground-based instrumentation, Geophys. Res. Letters, 22(15), 2065-2068, 1 August 1995, doi:10.1029/95GL01800.

270. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, and D.A. Roberts, Substorm Recurrence During Steady and Variable Solar-Wind Driving Evidence for a Normal-Mode in the Unloading Dynamics of the Magnetosphere, Reply, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 100(A11), 22,003-22,005, 1995, doi:10.1029/95JA01474.

271. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, S. Kanekal, B. Klecker, and D. Hovestadt, Relativistic electron precipitation near the outer edge of the radiation belt, Geophys. Res. Letters, 22(9), 1129-1132, 1 May 1995, doi:10.1029/95GL00378.

272. Nemzek, R.J., R. Nakamura, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, D.J. McComas, M.F. Thomsen, and T. Yamamoto, The dependence of pulsating auroral events on energetic electrons and cold plasma near the equatorial plane, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 23,935-23,944, 1995.

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273. Nemzek, R.J., Nakamuara, R., Baker, D.N., McComas, D.J., Belian, R. D., , Thomsen, M.F., Yamamoto, T., The relationship between pulsating auroras observed from the gorund and energetic electrons and plasma-density measured at geosynchronous orbit, Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, 100(A12), 23,935-23,944, 1 December 1995, doi:10.1029/95JA01756.

274. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.J. Walker, J. Raeder, and M. Ashour-Abdalla, Comparison of empirical magnetic field models and global MHD simulations: The near-tail currents, Geophys. Res. Letters, 22(6), 675-678, 15 March 1995, doi:10.1029/95gl00540.

275. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, P.K. Toivanen, J.S. Murphree, and L.A. Frank, Mapping of the auroral oval and individual arcs during substorms, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physcis., 100(A11), 21,987-21,994, 1 November 1995, doi:10.1029/95JA01632.

276. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, A description of the solar wind-magnetosphere coupling based on nonlinear prediction filters, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 100(A3), 3495-3512, 1 March 1995, doi:10.1029/94JA02725.

1996 277. Baker, D.N., Anik account, Space News, p. 20, February 19-25, 1996. 278. Baker, D.N., Solar wind-magnetosphere drivers of space weather, special issue: Invited Review

Articles from the 1995 CEDAR Workshop, J. Atmos. and Terrestrial Physics, 58, No. 14, 1509-1526, 1996, doi:10.1016/0021-9169(96)00006-2.

279. Baker, D.N., Magnetic reconnection during magnetospheric substorms, Third Internatl. Conf. on Substorms, pp. 365-372, ESA SP-389, 1996.

280. Baker, D.N., and J.G. Kappenman, Uninterrupted electric power, Science, 273(5272), p. 168, 12 July 1996, doi:10.1126/science.273.5272.168.

281. Baker, D.N., and M. Yamada, Lab- and space-based researchers discuss plasma experiments, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 77(13), p. 123, 1996, doi:10.1029/96eo00082.

282. Baker, D.N., J.F. Lemaire, and M.I. Panasyuk, Researchers chart course for updating radiation belt models, Eos, Transaation American Geophysical Union, 77(23), p. 217, 1996, doi:10.1029/96eo00150.

283. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, and T.I. Pulkkinen, The magnetospheric dynamical cycle: Role of microscale and mesoscale processes in the global substorm sequence, in Physics of Space Plasmas, (T. Chang and J.R. Jasperse, Eds.), p. 41-56, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1996.

284. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, M.D. Looper, J.B. Blake, and R.A. Mewaldt, Jovian, solar and other possible sources of radiation belt particles in Radiation Belts: Models & Standards, pp. 49-56, Geophys. Monograph 97, Am. Geophys. Un., Washington, 1 January 1996, doi: 10.1029/GM097p0049.

285. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, V. Angelopoulos, W. Baumjohann, and R.L. McPherron, The neutral line model of substorms: Past results and present view, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 101(A6), 12,975-13,010, 1996, doi:10.1029/95JA03753.

286. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, P. Toivanen, M. Hesse, and R.L. McPherron, A possible interpretation of cold ion beams in the Earth’s tail lobes, Earth, Planets and Space, Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 48(5-6), 699-710, 1996, doi:10.5636/jgg.48.699.

287. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, R.D. Belian, J.B. Blake, S.G. Kanekal, B. Klecker, R.P. Lepping, X. Li, R.A. Mewaldt, K. Ogilvie, T. Onsager, G.D. Reeves, G. Rostoker, R.B. Sheldon, H.J. Singer, H.E. Spence, and N. Turner, An assessment of space environmental conditions during the recent Anik E1 spacecraft operational failure, ISTP Newsletter, 6, No. 2, p. 8, 1996.

288. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, J.R. Cummings, D. Hovestadt, S. Kanekal, B. Klecker, and R. Nakamura, New magnetospheric results from the SAMPEX mission, in Earth's Trapped Particle

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Environment (Ed., G. Reeves), American Inst. Phys. Press, 383, p. 3-11, 1996, ISBN: 1-56396-540-2, doi: 10.1063/1.51538.

289. Blake, J.B., M.D. Looper, D.N. Baker, R. Nakamura, B. Klecker, and D. Hovestadt, New high temporal and spatial resolution measurements by SAMPEX of the precipitation of relativistic electrons, Special Issue: Three-dimensional Magnetosphere, Adv. Space Res., 18(8), 171-186, 1996, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(95)00969-8.

290. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, M. Natarajan, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, R.S. Selesnick, and J.R. Cummings, A 2-D model simulation of downward transport of NOy into the stratosphere: Effects of the 1994 austral spring O3 and NOy, Geophys. Res. Lett., 23, No. 15, 1905-1908, 15 July 1996, doi:10.1029/96GL01788.

291. Saka, O., D.N. Baker, et al., A Comparison of the Occurrence of Very-Low-Latitude Pi 2 Pulsations with Magnetic-Field and Energetic-Particle Flux Variations (30-300 keV) at Geosynchronous Altitudes. J. Geomag. Geoelectricity, 49(11), 1431-1441, 1996, doi:10.5636/jgg.48.1431.

292. Callis, L.B., R.E. Boughner, D.N. Baker, R.A. Mewaldt, J.B. Blake, R.S. Selesnick, J.R. Cummings, M. Natarajan, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Precipitating electrons: Evidence for effects on mesospheric odd nitrogen, Geophys. Res. Lett., 23, No. 15, 1901-1904, 15 July 996, doi:10.1029/96GL01787.

293. Hesse, M., J. Birn, D.N. Baker, and J.A. Slavin, MHD simulation of the transition of magnetic reconnection from closed to open field lines, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 101(A5), 10,805-10,816, 1996, doi:10.1029/95JA02857.

294. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, The organized nonlinear dynamics of the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 101(A6), 13,089-13,114, 1996, doi:10.1029/96JA00563.

295. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, J.B. Blake, and S.G. Kanekal, Outer zone relativistic electron flux variations observed by SAMPEX during Nov 1-8, 1993, In Radiation Belts: Models & Standards, pp. 241-246, Geophys. Monograph 97, Am. Geophys. Un., Washington, 1996.

296. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, C.J. Owen, and J.A. Slavin, A model for the distant tail field: ISEE 3 revisited, J. Geomag. Geoelectricty, 48)5-6), 455-471, 1996, doi:10.5636/jgg.48.455.

297. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, N. Turner, H.J. Singer, J.B. Blake, H. Spence, L.A. Frank, et al., A multispacecraft ISTP study: Substorm evolution from the solar wind to the magnetosphere and ionosphere, p. 7-18, ISTP Newsletter, 6, No. 3, 1996.

298. Saka, O., H. Akaki, O. Watanabe, and D.N. Baker, Ground-satellite correlation of low-latitude Pi2 pulsations: A quasi-periodic field line oscillation in the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics., 101(A7), 15,433-15,440, 1 July 1996, doi:10.1029/96JA00361.

299. Saka, O., O. Watanabe, M. Shinohara, H. Tachihara, and D.N. Baker, A comparison of occurrence of very low-latitude Pi2 pulsations with magnetic-field and energetic-particle variations at geosynchronous altitude, J. Geomag. Geoelectr., 48, 1431-1441, 1996.

300. Vassiliadis, D., V. Angelopoulos, D.N. Baker, and A.H. Klimas, The relationship between the northern polar cap and auroral electrojet geomagnetic indices in the wintertime, Geophys. Res. Lett., 23, #20, 1996.

301. Saka, O., O. Watanabe, and D.N. Baker, A possible driving source for transient field line oscillations in the post-midnight sector at geosynchronous altitudes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 101(A11), 24,719-24,726, 1 November 1996, doi:10.1029/96JA02039.

302. Vagina, L.I., V.A. Sergeev, D.N. Baker, and H.J. Singer, Use of mid-latitude magnetic data for modeling and diagnostics of magnetospheric substorms, Special Issue: Three Dimensional Magnetosphere, Adv. Space Res., 18(8), 229-232, 1996, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(95)00987-6.

303. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, The nonlinearity of models of the VBs-AL coupling, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics., 101(A9), 19,779-19,787, 1 September 1996, doi:10.1029/96JA01408.

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304. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, and D.N. Baker, Nonlinear ARMA models for the Dst index and their physical interpretation, Third Internatl. Conf. on Substorms, pp. 639-644, ESA SP-389, 1996.

305. Hudson, M., Elkington, S., Lyon, J., Marchenko, V., Roth, I., & Temerin, M., MHD/Particle simulatios of radiation belt formation during a storm sudden commencement. In J. Lemaire, D. Heynderickx, & D. N. Baker (Eds.), Radiation belts: Models and Standards (pp. 322 pages). Amer Geophysical Union, 1996.

1997 306. Baker, D.N., R. Carovillano, IASTP and solar-terrestrial physics, Advances in Space Research, 20,

531-538, 1997. 307. Baker, D.N., H.E. Spence, and J.B. Blake, ISTP: Relativistic particle acceleration and global energy

transport, Special Issue: Results of the IASTP Program, Advances in Space Research, 20(4-5), 1075-1080, 1997, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00563-2.

308. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, .E. Cayton, E. Reeves, R.A. Christensen, J.B. Blake, M.D. Looper, R. Nakamura, and S.G. Kanekal, Multisatellite observations of the outer zone electron variation during the November 3-4, 1993 magnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res., 102, #A7, 1997.

309. Baker, D.N., A. Nishida, T. Mukai, T. Yamamoto, Y. Salto, Y. Matsuno, S. Kokubun, and T.I. Pulkkinen, Observations of bidirectional electrons in the distant tail lobes: GEOTAIL results, Geophys. Res. Letters, 24, #8, 959-962, 15 April 1997, doi:10.1029/97GL00110.

310. Baker, D.N., Clementine particle measurements in lunar orbit, special issue: Proceedings of the

BO.1 Symposium of COSPAR Scientific Commission B, Edited by W.-H. Ip, Adv. Space Res., 19(10), 1587-1591, 1997, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00372-4.

311. Baker, D.N., High-Energy Electrons in Earth’s Magnetosphere: Their Effects and Methods of Prediction, in Solar-Terrestrial Predictions-V, (Edited by G. Heckman et al.), p. 217, Hiraiso res Center, Ibaraki, Japan, November, 1997.

312. Baker, D.N., Present knowledge of the magnetosphere and outstanding remaining problems, in Discovery of the Magnetosphere (C.S. Gillmor and J.R. Spreiter, Eds.), History of Geophys. 7., American Geophysical Union, pp. 275-286, Washington, D.C., 1997.

313. Baker, D.N., and R. Carovillano, IASTP and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Adv. Space Res., 20(4-5), 531-538, 1997, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00436-5.

314. Baker, D.N., and T.I. Pulkkinen, Energy requirement of magnetic reconnection during magnetospheric substorms, special issue: Proceedings of the D0.4 Symposium of COSPAR Scientific Commission D, Edited by E. R. Priest, D. N. Baker, Adv. Space Res., 19, 12, 1923-1927, 1997, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00102-6.

315. Baker, D.N., and T.I. Pulkkinen, Solar disturbances and correlated geospace responses: Relativistic magnetospheric electron acceleration, in Correlated Phenomena at the Sun, in the Heliosphere, and in Geospace, In A. Wilson (Ed.), 31ST ESLAB Symposium on Correlated Phenomena at the Sun, in the Heliosphere and in Geospace, Estec, Noordwuk, Netherlands, European Space Agency, ESA SP-415, 199-206, 1997.

316. Saka, O., K. Okada, O. Watanabe, D.N. Baker, et al., Pi 2-associated particle flux and magnetic field modulations in geosynchronous altitudes, J. Geophys. Res., 1997.

317. Baker, D.N., X. Li, N. Turner, J.H. Allen, J.B. Blake, R.B. Sheldon, H.E. Spence, R.D. Belian, G.D. Reeves, S.G. Kanekal, B. Klecker, R.P. Lepping, K. Ogilvie, R.A. Mewaldt, T. Onsager, H.J. Singer, and G. Rostoker, Recurrent geomagnetic storms and relativistic electron enhancements in the outer magnetosphere: ISTP coordinated measurements, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 102(A7), 14,141-14,148, January 1997, doi:10.1029/97JA00565.

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318. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, T.I. Pulkkinen, and R.L. McPherron, Re-examination of driven and unloading aspects of magnetospheric substorms, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 7169-7177, 1997.

319. Baker, D.N., A. Nishida, T. Mukai, T. Yamamoto, Y. Saito, Y. Matsuno, S. Kokubun, and T.I. Pulkkinen, Association of bidirectional electrons with low-energy ion flows in the distant tail lobes: GEOTAIL Results, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 959-962, 1997.

320. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, N. Turner, K.W. Ogilvie, and R.P. Lepping, Correlation of changes in the outer-zone relativistic electron population with upstream solar wind and magnetic field measurements, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 927-929, 1997.

321. Joselyn, J.A., D.N. Baker, Y. Kamide, and T. Ogino, Magnetospheric/Geomagnetic Working Group Report, in Solar-Terrestrial Predictions-V, (Ed. by G. Heckman, et al.), p. 9, Hiraiso STR Center, Ibaraki, Japan, November, 1997.

322. Kauristie, K., T.I. Pulkkinen, A. Huuskonen, R.J. Pellinen, H.J. Opgenoorth, D.N. Baker, A. Korth, and M. Syrjäsuo, Auroral precipitation facing before and at substorm onset: Ionospheric and geostationary signatures, Ann. Geophysicae, 15, 967-983, 1997.

323. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, et al., Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling during an isolated sub-storm event: A multispacecraft ISTP study, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, #8, 983-986, 15 April 1997, doi:10.1029/97GL00816.

324. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Data-derived analogues of the magnetospheric dynamics, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 102, No. A12, 26,993-27,009, 1 December 1997, doi:10.1029/97JA02414.

325. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, T.E. Cayton, E.G.D. Reeves, R.A. Christensen, J.B. Blake, R. Nakamura, and S.G. Kanekal, Multi-satellite observations of the outer zone electron variation during the 3-4 November 1993 magnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 102(A7), 14,123-14,140, January 1997, doi:10.1029/97JA01101.

326. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, R.P. Lin, G.D. Reeves, M. Looper, S.G. Kanekal, and R.A. Mewaldt, Are energetic electrons in the solar wind the source of the outer radiation belt?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, No. 8, 923-926, 15 April 1997, doi:10.1029/97GL00543.

327. McPherron, R. L., Nakamura, R., Kokubun, S., Kamide, Y., Shiokawa, K., Yumoto, K., Mukai, T., Saito, Y., Hayashi, K.H., Nagai, T., Ables, S., Baker, D.N., Friis, E., Christensen, B., Fraser, T., Hughes, T., Reeves, G., Singer, H., Fields and flows at geotail during a moderate substorm, special issue: Results of the IASTP Program, Edited by C. T. Russell, Adv. Space Res., 20(4-5), 923-931, 1997, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00500-0.

328. Baker, D. N., & Priest, E. R., Reconnection in the Solar Corona and Magnetospheric Substorms. Baker, DN, & E. R. Priest (Eds.), Pergamon Press, 1997.

329. Pulkkinen, T.I., and D.N. Baker, Global substorm cycle: What can the models tell us?, Surveys in Geophysics, 18, 1-37, 1997.

330. 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Elsevier, 1997. 331. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, N. Turner, H.J. Singer, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, S. Kokubun, et al.,

Solar wind – magnetosphere coupling during an isolated substorm event: A multispacecraft ISTP study, Geophys. Res., Lett., 29, 983-986, 1997.

332. Saka, O., K. Okada, O. Watanabe, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, and R.D. Belian, Pi2-associated particle flux and magnetic field modulations in geosynchronous altitudes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 102, No. A6, 11,363-11,373, 1 June 1997, doi:10.1029/97JA00555.

333. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, T.I. Pulkkinen, and R.L. McPherron, Reexamination of driven and unloading aspects of magnetospheric substorms, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 102, #A4, 7169-7177, 1 April 1997, doi:10.1029/96JA02627.

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334. Baker, D.N., Clementine particle measurements in lunar orbit, Advances in Space Research, 1587-1591, 19, #10, 1997.

335. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Data-derived analogues of the magnetospheric dynamics, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 1997.

336. Kauristle, K., T. Pulkkinen, D.N. Baker, et al., Auroral precipitation fading before and at sub-storm onset: Ionospheric and geostationary signatures, Annales Geophysicae, 967-983m 1997.

337. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, M. Hesse, and R.L. McPherron, A quantitative assessment of energy storage and release in the Earth's magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 102(A4), 7159-7168, 1 April 1997, doi:10.1029/96JA03961.

338. Baker, D. N., Pulkkinen, T. I., Hesse, M., & McPherron, R. L., Reply [to “Comment on “A quantitative assessment of energy storage and release in the Earth's magnetotail”, by D. N. Baker, T. I. Pulkkinen, M. Hesse, and R. L. McPherron”], Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, 103(A8), 17733-17734, 1 August 1998, doi:10.1029/98JA01478.

339. Blake, J. B., Baker, D. N., Turner, N., Ogilvie, K. W., & Lepping, R. P., Correlation of changes in the outer-zone relativistic-electron population with upstream solar wind and magnetic field measurements, Geophysical Research Letters, 24(8), 927-929, 15 April 1997, doi:10.1029/97GL00859.

1998 340. Baker, D.N., What is space weather, Adv. Space Res., special issue: Solar-Terrestrial Relations:

Predicting the Effects on the Near-Earth Environment (Edited by R. J. Strangeway) 22, 7-16, 1998, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)01095-8.

341. Baker, D.N., Acceleration of highly relativistic electrons in Earth’s outer radiation belts: Low-frequency wave interactions and global consequences, in Physics of Space Plasmas, (T. Chang and J. Jasperse, Eds.), No. 15, p. 25-30, 1998.

342. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, Disturbed space environment may have been related to pager satellite failure, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 79(40), p. 477-483, 6 October 1998, doi:10.1029/98eo00359.

343. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, Pager satellite failure may have been related to disturbed space environment, Earth in Space, 11, No. 4, p. 6-11, 1998.

344. Baker, D.N., X. Li, J.B. Blake, and S. Kanekal, Strong electron acceleration in the Earth’s magnetosphere, Advances in Space Research, Special issue: Proceedings of the D0.3 Symposium of COSPAR Scientific Commission D which was held during the Thirty-first COSPAR Scientific Assembly (Edited by J. B. Blake, J. A. Slavin), 21, #4, 609-613, 1998, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00970-8.

345. Kauristie, K., Pulkkinen, T. I., Huuskonen, A., Pellinen, R. J., Opgenoorth, H. J., Baker, D. N., et al., Auroral precipitation fading before and at substorm onset: Ionospheric and geostationary signatures, Annales Geophysicae Atmospheres Hydrospheres and Space Science, 15(8), 967-983. 31 August 1997, doi:10.1007/s005850050515.

346. Baker, D.N., and T.I. Pulkkinen, Large-scale structure of the magnetosphere, AGU Monograph New Perspectives on the Earth’s Magnetotail, Geophys. Monograph 105, (edited by A. Nishida, D.N. Baker, and S.W.H. Cowley), p. 21, 1998.

347. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, J. Büchner, and A.J. Klimas, Substorms: A global magnetospheric instability, Substorms-4 (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 231, 1998.

348. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, X. Li, S.G. Kanekal, K.W. Ogilvie, R.P. Lepping, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, G. Rostoker, H.J. Singer, and G.D. Reeves, A strong CME-related magnetic cloud inter-action with the Earth’s magnetosphere: ISTP observations of rapid relativistic electron acceleration on May 15, 1997, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25(15), 2975-2978, 1 August 1998, doi:10.1029/98GL01134.

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349. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, M. Hesse, and R.L. McPherron, Reply to Heikkila, J. Geophys. Res., 103, A8, 17,733-17,734, 1998.

350. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, X. Li, S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, R.S. Selesnick, M.G. Henderson, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, and G. Rostoker, Coronal mass ejections, magnetic clouds, and relativistic magnetospheric electron events: ISTP, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 103, A8, 17,279-17,291, 1 August 1998, doi:10.1029/97JA03329.

351. Callis, L.B., M. Natarajan, J.D. Lambeth, and D.N. Baker, Solar atmospheric coupling by electrons (SOLACE) 2. Calculated stratospheric effects of precipitating electrons, 1979-1988, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres, 103, No. D21, 28,421-28,438, 20 November 1998, doi:10.1029/98JD02407.

352. Kan, J.R., W. Baumjohann, F.V. Coroniti, J. Birn, V.M. Vasyliunas, C.F. Kennel, A.T.Y. Lui, L.R. Lyons, Y. Kamide, D.N. Baker, M. Hesse, and S.-I. Akasofu, Substorm research moves toward a unifying framework, Eos, Transactions, AGU, 79, No. 28, 329, 14 July 1998, doi:10.1029/98eo00245.

353. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, J. Cummings, R.A. Mewaldt, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Dynamic variation of the polar cap, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 9367-9372, 1998.

354. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Dst index prediction using data-derived analogues of the magnetospheric dynamics, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 20,435-20,447, 1 September 1998, doi:10.1029/98JA01559.

355. Klimas, A.J., J.A. Valdivia, D. Vassiliadis, D.N. Baker, AL index prediction using data-derived nonlinear prediction filters, in Physics of Space Plasmas, No. 15, (T. Chang and J. Jasperse, Eds.), p. 215-220, 1998.

356. Li, X., D.N. Baker, et al., Energetic electron injections into the inner magnetosphere during the January 10-11, 1997 magnetic cloud storm, Geophys. Res. Lett, 25(14), 2561-2564, 15 July 1998, doi:10.1029/98GL00036.

357. Li, X., D. N. Baker, M. Temerin, G. Reeves, and R. Belian, Simulation of Dispersionless Injections and Drift Echoes of Energetic Electrons Associated with Substorms, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 3763, 1998.

358. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, J.R. Cummings, R.A. Mewaldt, G.M. Mason and J.E. Mazur, High-latitude energetic particle boundaries and the polar cap: A statistical study, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 103, #A5, 9367-9372, 1 May 1998, doi:10.1029/97JA03669.

359. Lu, G., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, C.J. Farrugia, V.K. Jordanova, D. Lummerzheim, J.M. Ruohoniemi, F.J. Rich, D.S. Evans, R. P. Lepping, M. Brittnacher, X. Li, R. Greenwald, G. Sofko, J. Villain, M. Lester, J. Thayer, T. Moretto, D. Milling, O. Troshichev, A. Zaitzev, P. Aleksandrovich, G. Makarov, V. Papitashvili, and K. Hayashi, Global energy deposition during the January 1997 magnetic cloud event, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 103(A6), 11,685-11,694, 1 June 1998, doi:10.1029/98JA00897.

360. Mason, G.M., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.E. Boughner, L.B. Callis, A.C. Cummings, J.R. Cummings, D.C. Hamilton, D. Hovestadt, S.G. Kanekal, B. Klecker, X. Li, M.D. Looper, J.E. Mazur, R.A. Mewaldt, M. Oetliker, M. Scholer, R.S. Selesnick, E.C. Stone, T.T. vonRosenvinge, and D. Williams, SAMPEX: NASA’s first Small Explorer satellite, 1998 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Paper 006, 21-28 March 1998, Aspen, Colorado, ISBN: 0-7803-4311-5.

361. Nakamura, R., K. Kamei, Y. Kamide, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Looper, SAMPEX observations of storm-associated electron flux variations in the outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 103(A11), 26,261-26,269, 1 November 1998, doi:10.1029/97JA02873.

362. Peterson, W.K., K.J. Trattner, O.W. Lennartson, H.L. Collin, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, P.K. Toivanen, T.A. Fritz, J.F. Fennell, and J.L. Roeder, Imaging the plasma sheet with energetic ions from the polar satellite, Substorms-4, (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 813, 1998.

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363. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, L.L. Cogger, T. Mukai, and H.J. Singer, Coupling of inner tail and midtail processes, Substorms-4, (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 749, 1998.

364. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, M. Wiltberger, C. Goodrich, R.E. Lopez, and J.G. Lyon, Pseudobreakup and substorm onset: Observations and MHD simulations compared, J. Geophys. Res., 103, A7, 14,847-14,854, 1 July 1998, doi:10.1029/97JA03244.

365. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, H.J. Opgenoorth, R. Greenwald, E. Friis Christensen, T. Mukai, R. Nakamura, H. Singer, Two substorm intensifications com-pared: Onset, expansion, and global consequences, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics., 103(A1), 15-27, 1 January 1998, doi:10.1029/97JA01985.

366. Reeves, G.D., R.H.W. Friedel, R.D. Belian, M.M. Meier, M.G. Henderson, T. Onsager, H.J. Singer, D.N. Baker, and X. Li, The relativistic electron response at geosynchronous orbit during the January 1997 magnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 103, A8, 17,559-17,570, 1 August 1998, doi:10.1029/97JA03236.

367. Rostoker, G., S. Skone, and D.N. Baker, On the origin of relativistic electrons in the magnetosphere associated with some geomagnetic storms, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25(19), 3701-3704, 1 October 1998, doi:10.1029/98GL02801.

368. Saka, O., H. Akaki, O. Watanabe, M. Shinohara, and D.N. Baker, An initial response of magnetic fields at geosynchronous orbit to Pi2 onset as observed from the dip-equator, Ann. Geophysicae Atmospheres Hydrospheres and Space Sciences, 16(5), 542-548, 31 May 1998, doi:10.1007/s005850050624.

369. Saka, O., O. Watanabe, M. Shinohara, H. Akaki, and D.N. Baker, Possible plasma dynamics in nighttime magnetosphere during first one-minute-interval of the Pi2 onset, Substorms-4, (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 559, 1998.

370. Sharma, A.S., and D.N. Baker, What triggers substorm expansion onset? Current understanding and outlook, Substorms-4, (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 245, 1998.

371. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, H.J. Singer, and F. Mozer, Magnetospheric response times following southward IMF turnings, Substorms-4, (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 711, 1998.

372. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, H.J. Singer, F. Mozer, and R.P. Lepping, Multi-spacecraft observations of electric field coupling between the solar wind and the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 26,533-26,545, 1998.

373. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, Substorm expansion as seen from the ground: Models of the geomagnetic signature, Substorms-4, (ed. S. Kokubun and Y. Kamide), Terra Scientific, Tokyo, p. 73, 1998.

374. Turner, Niescja, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, H.J. Singer, and F. Mozer, High-altitude polar cap electric field responses to southward turnings of the interplanetary magnetic field, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 103 (A11), 26533-26545, 1 November 1998, doi:10.1029/98JA01743.

375. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, G.D. Reeves, and R.D. Belian, Simulation of dispersionless injections and drift echoes of energetic electrons associated with substorms, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, #20, 3763-3766, 15 October 1998, doi:10.1029/1998GL900001.

376. Reeves, G.D., D.N. Baker, et al., The global response of relativistic radiation belt electrons to the January 1997 magnetic cloud, Geophys. Res. Lett, 25, #12, 3265-3268, 1 September 1998, doi:10.1029/98GL02509.

1999 377. Baker, D.N., Critical Issues in Space Plasma Physics, Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 6, No. 5, 1700-1708,

26 April 1999, doi:10.1063/1.873428.

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378. Daglis, I.A., D.N. Baker, E. Sarris and B. Wilken, International Symposium on Solar-terrestrial Coupling Processes – Foreword, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part C Solar Terrestrial and Planetary Science, 24(1-3), 3-4, 1999, doi:10.1016/S1464-1917(98)00002-6.

379. Baker, D.N., The Inter-Agency Consultative Group Scientific Campaigns, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part C: Solar, Terrestrial & Planetary Science, 24(1-3), 29-36, 1999, doi:10.1016/S1464-1917(98)00004-X.

380. Baker, D.N., A Mercury Orbiter Mission, in Sun-Earth Plasma Connections (edited by J.L. Burch, R.L. Carovillano, and S.K. Antichos), 109, 263-273, Am. Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1999.

381. Baker, D.N., and M.J. Carlowicz, ISTP and Beyond: A solar-system telescope and a cosmic microscope, in Sun-Earth Plasma Connections (edited by J.L. Burch, R.L. Carovillano, and S.K. Antichos), 109, p.1-10, Am. Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1999.

382. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, and T.I. Pulkkinen, Collective phenomena in the inner magnetosphere, Physics of Plasmas, 6(11), 4195-4199, 1999, doi:10.1063/1.873685.

383. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, J. Büchner, and A.J. Klimas, Substorms: A global instability of the magnetosphere-ionosphere system, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 104(A7), 14601-14611, 1 July 1999, doi:10.1029/1999JA900162.

384. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, T.I. Pulkkinen, and J.B. Blake, Equinoctial and solstitial averages of magnetospheric relativistic electrons: A strong semiannual modulation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26(20), 3193-3196, 15 October 1999, doi:10.1029/1999GL003638.

385. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, R.A. Mewaldt, and G.M. Mason, Magnetospheric response to magnetic cloud (coronal mass ejection) events: Relativistic electron observations from SAMPEX and POLAR, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 104(A11), 24885-24894, 1 November 1999, doi:10.1029/1999JA900239.

386. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, D.N. Baker, and J.A. Valdivia, Data-derived analogues of the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part C: Solar, Terrestrial & Planetary Science, 24(1-3), 37-44, 1999, doi:10.1016/S1464-1917(98)00005-1.

387. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Teremin, T.E. Cayton, et al., Rapid enhancements of relativistic electrons deep in the magnetosphere during the May 15, 1997, magnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 104, No. A3, 4467-4476, 1 March 1999, doi:10.1029/1998JA900092.

388. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, G.D. Reeves, and R.D. Belian, Dispersionless injection simulations explore auroral substorm origins, Eos, Transactions, Am. Geophys. Un., 80, No. 36, 405-414, 7 September 1999, doi:10.1029/99eo00299.

389. Liu, W.W., G. Rostoker, and D.N. Baker, Internal acceleration of relativistic electrons by large-amplitude ULF pulsations, J. Geophys. Res., 104, No. A8, 17391-17407, 1 August 1999, doi:10.1029/1999JA900168.

390. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, L.L. Cogger, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, S. Kokubun, T. Mukai, H.J. Singer, K. Ogilvie, J.A. Slavin, and L. Zelenyi, Spatial extent and dynamics of a thin current sheet during the substorm growth phase on December 10, 1996, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 104(A12), 28475-28490, 1 December 1999, doi:10.1029/1999JA900240.

391. Saka, O., O. Watanabe, K. Ikada, and D.N. Baker, A slow mode wave as a possible source of the Pi2 and associated particle precipitation: A case study, Ann. Geophysicae, 17(5), 674-681, 31 May 1999, doi:10.1007/s00585-999-0674-4.

392. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, Models of Dst geomagnetic activity and of its coupling to solar wind parameters, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part C: Solar, Terrestrial & Planetary Science, 24(1-3), 107-112, 1999, doi:10.1016/S1464-1917(98)00016-6.

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393. Friedel, R.H.W., G. Reeves, D. Belian, T. Cayton, C. Mouikis, A. Korth, B. Blake, J. Fennell, R. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, T. Onsager, S. Kanekal, A Multi-spacecraft synthesis of relativistic electrons in the inner magnetosphere using LANL, GOES, GPS, SAMPEX, HEO and POLAR, Radiation Measurements, 30(5), 589-597, October 1999, doi:10.1016/S1350-4487(99)00230-9.

394. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, The Dst geomagnetic response as a function of storm phase and amplitude and the solar wind electric field, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 104 (A11), 24957-24976, 1 November 1999, doi: 10.1029/1999JA900185.

395. Withnell, P.R., S.C. Solomon, and D.N. Baker, Small scientific spacecraft from the University of Colorado, J. Intl. Astronaut. Feb., 1999.

396. Vassiliadis, D., Baker, D. N., Lundstedt, H., & Davidson, R. C., Special Topic: Nonlinear methods in space plasma physics papers presented at the 1998 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union – Foreword, Physics of Plasmas, 6(11), III-IV, November 1999.

2000 397. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, Magnetospheric

relativistic electron response to magnetic cloud events of 1997, Part of special issue: Proceedings of the DO.1 Symposium of COSPAR Scientific Commission D, Edited by C. T. Russell, Advances in Space Research, 25, # 7-8, 1387-1392, 2000, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(99)00648-1.

398. Baker, D.N., and J. Allen, Confluence of natural hazards: A possible scenario, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 81(23), 254-259, June 6, 2000, doi:10.1029/00eo00181.

399. Baker, D.N., Effects of the Sun on the Earth’s environment, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics,

62(17-18), 1669-1681, November 2000, doi:10.1016/S1364-6826(00)00119-X. 400. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, Magnetopheric

electron response to magnetic cloud events of 1997, Adv. Space Res., 25, 1387-1392, 2000. 401. Baker, D.N., The occurrence of operational anomalies in spacecraft and their relationship to

space weather, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 28(6), 2007-2016, December 2000, doi: 10.1109/27.902228.

402. Baker, D.N., The role of magnetospheric substorms in high-energy particle production within the Earth’s magnetosphere, In A. Wilson (Ed.), Proc. 5th International Conference on Substorms, St. Petersburg, Russia, Arctic and Antartic Res. Inst. Congress Ctr., ESA Publications Division C/O ESTEC, ESA SP-443, p. 419-423, July 2000.

403. Baker, D.N., Keeping editors in line, Science (Letters), 289(5479), 550, 28 July 2000, doi: 10.1126/science.289.5479.550b.

404. Baker, D.N., Making room for science, Space News, p. 15, 14 August 2000. 405. Baker, D.N., F. Bagenal, R.L. Carovillano, R.G. Kron, G.A. Paulikas, R.K. Raney, and P.L. Rustan,

Assessment of Mission size trade-offs for NASA’s Earth and space science missions, Space Studies Board, National Research Council, National Academies Press, 2000.

406. Friedel, R.H.W., G. Reeves, D. Belian, T. Cayton, C. Mouikis, A. Korth, B. Blake, J. Fennell, R. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, T. Onsager, S. Kanekal, A Multi-spacecraft synthesis of relativistic electrons in the inner magnetosphere using LANL, GOES, GPS, SAMPEX, HEO and POLAR, Adv. Space Res., Part of special issue: Space Weather: Physics and Applications, G. Rostoker (Ed.), Nagoya, Japan: Pergamon Press Ltd., 26(1), 93-98,. 2000, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(99)01031-5.

407. Ganushkina, N. Yu., T.I. Pulkkinen, V.A. Sergeev, M.V. Kubyshkina, D.N. Baker, et al., Entry of plasma sheet particles into the inner magnetosphere as observed by POLAR/CAMMICE, J. Geophys. Res., 105(A11), 25205-25219, 1 November 2000, doi: 10.1029/2000JA900062.

408. Klimas, A.J., J.A. Valdivia, D. Vassiliadis, D.N. Baker, M. Hesse, and J. Takalo, Self-organized criticality in the substorm phenomenon and its relation to localized reconnection in the

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magnetospheric plasma sheet, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 105(A8), 18765-18780, 1 August 2000, doi: 10.1029/1999JA000319.

409. Klimas, A.J., V. Uritsky, J.A. Valdivia, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, On the compatibility of the coherent substorm cycle with the complex plasma sheet, in Proc. 5th International Conference on Substorms, St. Petersburg, Russia, ESA Publications Division, ESA SP-443, p. 165, July 2000, ISSN: 0379-6566.

410. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, W.K. Peterson, and J.F. Fennell, Multiple discrete-energy ion features in the inner magnetosphere: Observations and simulations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 27(10), 1447-1450, 15 May 2000, doi: 10.1029/1999GL010745.

411. Nakamura, R., M. Isowa, Y. Kamide, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Looper, SAMPEX observations of precipitation of bursts in the outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 105(A7), 15875-15885, 1 July 2000, doi: 10.1029/2000JA900018.

412. Peterson, W.K., P.K. Toivanen, X. Li, D.N. Baker, A. Keiling, J. Wygant, C.A. Kletzing, and C.T. Russell, Polar observations of two pseudobreakup events, In A. Wilson (Ed.), Proc. 5th International Conference on Substorms, Artic and Antartic Res Inst. Congress Ctr., St. Petersburg, Russia, ESA Publications Division C/O ESTEC, ESA SP-443, p. 409-412, July 2000, ISBN: 92-9092-772-0.

413. Pulkkinen, T.I., N.Y. Ganushkina, V.F. Bashkirov, D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, J. Roeder, T.A. Fritz, M. Grande, B. Kellett, and G. Kettmann, Ring current enhancement due to substorm-associated inductive electric fields, Proc. 5th International Conference on Substorms, St. Peters-burg, Russia, ESA Publications Division, ESA SP-443, p. 451, July 2000.

414. Saka, O., H. Akaki, G.F. Reeves, and D.N. Baker, Erratum to Magnetic fields and particle signatures in the vicinity of nightside geosynchronous altitudes in the first one-minute-interval of Pi 2 onset: A case study, J. Atmos. Solar Terr. Phys., 62(1), 17-30, January 2000, doi:10.1016/S1364-6826(99)00104-2.

415. Saka, O., H. Akaki, G.F. Reeves, and D.N. Baker, Erratum to “Magnetic fields and particle

signatures in the vicinity of nightside geosynchronous altitudes in the first one-minute-interval of Pi 2 onset: A case study: [Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 62 (2000) 17]”, J. Atmos. Solar Terr. Phys., 62(5), 17-30, 395, 15 March 2000, doi: 10.1016/S1364-6826(00)00051-1.

416. Sitnov, M.I., A.S. Sharma, K. Papadopoulos, D. Vassiliadis, J.A. Valdivia, A.J. Klimas, and D.N. Baker, Phase transition-like behavior of the magnetosphere during substorms, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 105(A6), 12955-12974, 1 June 2000, doi:10.1029/1999JA000279.

417. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, A. Viljanen, N.E. Turner, X. Li, and C.A. Kletzing, A substorm onset observed by the polar spacecraft in conjunction with the image chain, . In A. Wilson (Ed.), Proc. 5th International Conference on Substorms, St. Petersburg, Russia, Arctic and Antartic Res Inst Congress Ctr, ESA Publications Division C.O ESTEC, ESA SP-443, 337-340, July 2000, ISBN: 92-9092-772-0.

418. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, and R.L. McPherron, Evaluation of the tail current contribution to Dst, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 105(A3), 5431-5439, 1 March 2000, doi: 10.1029/1999JA000248.

419. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, The nonlinear dynamics of space weather, Adv. Space Res., 26(1), 197-207, 2000, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(99)01050-9.

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2001 420. Baker, D.N., Coupling between the solar wind, magnetosphere, ionosphere, and neutral

atmosphere, Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Edited by P. Murdin, Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol, UK, pp. 2911-2914, 2001.

421. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, K.E. Mankoff, S.G. Kanekal, S.M. Bailey, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Relationships between precipitating auroral zone electrons and lower thermospheric nitric oxide densities: 1998-2000, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 106, A11, 24465-24480, 1 November 2001, doi:10.1029/2001JA000078.

422. GBaker, D.N., N.E. Turner, and T.I. Pulkkinen, Energy transport and dissipation in the magnetosphere during geomagnetic storms, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 63(5), 421-429, March 2001, doi:10.1016/S1364-6826(00)00169-3.

423. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and T.I. Pulkkinen, The global efficiency of relativistic electron production in the Earth’s magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 106(A9), 19169-19178, 1 September 2001, doi:10.1029/2000JA003023.

424. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, Y. Kamide, and H. Matsumoto, Focused attention on Sun-Earth sys-tem, Eos, Trans. AGU, 82, p. 185, 17 April 2001.

425. Baker, D.N., Not so great lake?, Science, 294(5543), 788, 26 October 2001, doi: 10.1126/science.294.5543.788a.

426. Barth, C.A., D.N. Baker, K.D. Mankoff, and S.M. Bailey, The northern auroral region as observed in nitric oxide, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, No. 8, 1462-1466, 15 April 2001, doi:10.1029/2000GL012649.

427. Blake, J.B., R.S. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, and S. Kanekal, Studies of relativistic electron injection events in 1997 and 1998, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 106(A9), 19157-19168, 1 September 2001, doi:10.1029/2000JA003039.

428. Daglis, I.A., D.N. Baker, Y. Galperin, J.G. Kappenman, and L.J. Lanzerotti, Technological impacts of space storms: Outstanding issues, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 82(48), 585-592, 27 November, 2001, doi:10.1029/01eo00340.

429. Ganushkina, N. Yu, T.I. Pulkkinen, V.F. Bashkirov, D.N. Baker, and X. Li, Formation of intense nose structures, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(3), 491-494, 1 February 2001, doi:10.1029/2000GL011955.

430. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Multisatellite measurements of relativistic electrons: Global coherence, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physcis, 106(A12), 29, 29721-29732, 01 December 2001, doi:10.1029/2001JA000070.

431. Li, X., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, M. Looper, and M. Temerin, Long term measurements of radiation belts by SAMPEX and their variations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(20), 3827-3830, 15 October 2001, doi:10.1029/2001GL013586.

432. Li, X., M. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, and D. Larson, Quantitative prediction of radiation belt electrons at geostationary orbit based on solar wind measurements, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(9), 1887-1890, 1 May 2001, doi:10.1029/2000GL012681.

433. Moorer, D.F., and D.N. Baker, Specification of energetic electrons and ions, in Space Weather, (ed. by P. Song, G. Siscoe, and H. Singer), AGU Monograph Series, 125, 321-328, 2001.

434. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, et al., Ring current ion composition during solar minimum and rising solar activity: POLAR/CAMMICE/MICS results, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 106(A9), 19131-19148, 1 September 2001, doi:10.1029/2000JA003036.

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435. Solomon, S.C., R.L. McNutt, R.E. Gold, M. H. Acuña, D.N. Baker, W.V. Boynton, C.R. Chapman, A.F. Cheng, G. Gloeckler, J.W. Head III, S.M. Krimigis, W.E. McClintock, S.L. Murchie, S.J. Peale, R.J. Phillips, M.S. Robinson, J.A. Slavin, D.E. Smith, R.G. Strom, J.I. Trombka and M.T. Zuber, The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: Scientific objectives and implementation, Planet. and Space Sci., 49, 14-15, 1445-1465, December 2001, doi:10.1016/S0032-0633(01)00085-X.

436. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, H.J. Singer, N.E. Turner, X. Li, K. Kauristie, M. Syrjäsuo, A. Viljanen, T.I. Pulkkinen, A. Keiling, J.R. Wygant, and C.A. Kletzing, Reconciliation of the substorm onset determined on the ground, and at the POLAR spacecraft, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(1), 107-110, 1 January 2001, doi:10.1029/2000GL000099.

437. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, X. Li, E.F. Donovan, A. Viljanen, A. Keiling, and J.R. Wygant, Plasma sheet dynamics observed by the POLAR spacecraft in association with substorm onsets, J. Geophys. Res., 106(A9), 19117-19130, 1 September 2001, doi:10.1029/2000JA003020.

438. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, J.L. Roeder, J.F. Fennell, and V.K. Jordanova, Energy content in the stormtime ring current, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 19,149-19,156, 2001.

439. Uritsky, V.M., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N Baker, Stable critical behavior and fast field annihilation in a magnetic field reversal model, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 63(13), 1425-1433, September 2001, doi:10.1016/S1364-6826(00)00244-3.

440. Wilken, B., P.W. Daly, U. Mall, K. Aarsnes, D.N. Baker, et al., First results from the RAPID imaging energetic particle spectrometer on board Cluster, Annales Geophysicae, 19(10-12), 1355-1366, 2001, doi:10.5194/angeo-19-1355-2001.

441. Kanekal, S.F., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Multisatellite measurements of relativistic electrons: Global coherence, J. Geophys. Res., 106, #A12, 2001.

442. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, Y. Kamide, and H. Matsumoto, Conference focuses attention on Sun-Earth system, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 82, #16, 185, 17 April 2001, doi:10.1029/01eo00098.

443. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T. Pulkkinen, J. Roeder, J. Fennell, and V. Jordanova, Energy content in the storm time ring current, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 106(A9), 19149-19156, 1 September 2001, doi:10.1029/2000JA003025.

2002 444. Turner, N.E., T.I. Pulkkinen, D.N. Baker, and R/L. McPherron, Reply to: VHF coherent radar

signals from the E region ionosphere and the relationship to electron drift velocity and ion acoustic velocity, J. Geophys. Res., 107, #A1, 12 January 2002, doi: 10.1029/2001JA900099.

445. Baker, D.N., The Sun-Earth Connection, in The Standard Handbook for Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineers, edited by Mark Davies, McGraw-Hill Professional, September 2002.

446. Baker, D.N., Satellite anomalies due to space storms, in Space Storms and Space Weather Hazards, NATO ASI Science series Series II: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry), edited by I.A. Daglis, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Springer, Dordrecht, 38, 285-311, 2001, doi: 10.1007/978-94-010-0983-6_11.

447. Baker, D.N., How to cope with space weather, Science, 297(5586), 1486-1487, 30 August 2002, doi:10.1126/science.1074956.

448. Baker, D.N., R.E. Ergun, J.L. Burch, J.-M. Jahn, P.W. Daly, R. Friedel, G.D. Reeves, T.A. Fritz, and D.G. Mitchell, A Telescopic and microscopic view of a magnetospheric substorm on 31 March 2001, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 18, 1862, 19 September 2002, doi: 10.1029/2001GL014491.

449. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D. Vassiliadis, Collective behavior and magnetospheric sub-storms, Proc. 6th International Conference on Substorms, Seattle, Washington, R.M. Winglee, Editor, p. 33, 2002.

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450. Baker, D.N., W.K. Peterson, S. Eriksson, X. Li, J.B. Blake, J.L. Burch, P.W. Daly, M.W. Dun-lop, A. Korth, E. Donovan, R. Friedel, T.A. Fritz, H.U. Frey, S.B. Mende, J. Roeder, and H.J. Singer, Timing of magnetic reconnection initiation during a global magnetospheric substorm on-set, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, No. 24, 2190, 26 December 2002, doi:10.1029/2002GL015539.

451. Barth, C.A., D.N. Baker, K.D. Mankoff, and S.M. Bailey, Magnetospheric control of the energy input into the thermosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 13, 4 July 2002, doi: 10.1029/2001GL014362.

452. Kelley, M.C., M.K. Hudson, D.N. Baker, et al., Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Inter-actions, National Academic Press, Washington, DC, 2002.

453. Lanzerotti, L.M., R.L. Arnoldy, F. Bagenal, D.N. Baker, et al., The Sun to the Earth – and Be-yond, National Academic Press, Washington, DC, 2002.

454. SNakamura, R., J.B. Blake, S.R. Elkington, D.N. Baker, et al., Relationship between ULF waves and radiation belt electrons during the March 10, 1998 storm, Adv. Space Res., 30, No. 10, 2163-2168, November 2002, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(02)80210-1.

455. Pulkkinen, T.I., N.Y. Ganushkina, E.I. Kallio, G. Lu, D.N. Baker, N.E. Turner, T.A. Fritz, J.F. Fennell, and J. Roeder, Energy dissipation during a geomagnetic storm: May 1998, Adv. Space Res., 30, No. 10, 2231-2240, November 2002, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(02)80232-0.

456. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, and R.S. Weigel, Long-term-average, solar cycle, and seasonal response of magnetospheric energetic electrons to the solar wind speed, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 107, #A11, Pages SMP 22-1-SMP 22-18, 19 November 2002, doi:10.1029/2001JA000506.

457. Saka, O., H. Akaki, and D.N. Baker, A satellite magnetometer observation of dusk-to-dawn cur-rent in the midnight magnetosphere at low-latitude Pi2 onset, Earth, Planets and Space, 54, #9, E1-E4, 2002, doi:10.1186/BF03352434.

458. Gurney, K. R., Law, R. M., Denning, A. S., Rayner, P. J., Baker, D., Bousquet, et al, Towards robust regional estimates of CO2 sources and sinks using atmospheric transport model, Nature, 415(6872), 626-630, 7 February 2002, doi:10.1038/415626a.

2003 459. Baker, D.N., A Price Science can Afford, Space News, June 2, 2003, p. 16, 2003. 460. Baker, D.N., Electronic Publishing, Eos (Editorial), Transactions American Geophysical Union, 84,

18, 165, 6 May 2003, doi:10.1029/2003eo180002. 461. Baker, D.N., Telescopic and microscopic views of the magnetosphere: Multispacecraft

observations, Space Science Reviews, 109(1-4), 113-153, October 2003, 10.1023/B:SPAC.0000007517.26092.b1.

462. Baker, D.N., and X. Li, Relativistic electron flux enhancements during strong geomagnetic activity, AGU Monograph Disturbances in Geospace: The Storm-Substorm Relationship. Monograph 142, 217-230, doi: 10.1029/142GM18, 2003.

463. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, M.D. Looper, R.A. Mewaldt, and C.A. Lopate, Modulation of Jovian electrons at 1 AU during solar cycles 22-23, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30(15), 5 August 2003, doi: 10.1029/2003GL017502.

464. Kerttula, R., K. Mursula, T. Asikainen, R. Friedel, D.N. Baker, F. Soraas, J.F. Fennell, J.B. Blake, and M. Grande, Energetic particle acceleration during the main phase of a major magnetic storm, Geophys. Res. Abstracts, 5, 08836, 2003.

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465. Li, X., D.N. Baker, S. Elkington, M. Temerin, et al., Energetic particle injections in the inner magnetosphere as a response to an interplanetary shock, J. Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 65(2), 233-244, January 2003, doi:10.1016/S1364-6826(02)00286-9.

466. Li, X., T.E. Sarris, D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, and H.J. Singer, Simulation of energetic particle injections associated with a substorm on August 27, 2001, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, (1), 3 January 2003, doi:10.1029/2002GL015967.

467. Li, X., M. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, D. Larson, and S.G. Kanekal, The predictability of the magnetosphere and space weather, Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union, 84(37), 361, 16 September 2003,doi:10.1029/2003eo370002.

468. Petrinec, S.M., W.L. Imhof, C.A. Barth, K.D. Mankoff, D.N. Baker, and J.G. Luhmann, Comparisons of thermospheric high-latitude nitric oxide observations from SNOE and global auroral X-ray bremsstrahlung observations from PIXIE, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 108(A3), 18 March 2003, doi: 10.1029/2002JA009451.

469. Sharma, A.S., D.N. Baker, Y. Kamide, G.S. Lakhina, R.L. McPherron, G.D. Reeves, G. Rostoker, T. Vondrak, and L. Zelenyi, Storm-substorm relationship: Current understanding and outlook, in Disturbances in Geospace: The Storm-Substorm Relationship, AGU Monograph, Vol. 142, Ed. by A.S. Sharma, Y. Kamide, and G.S. Lakhina, pp. 1-14, doi: 10.1029/142GM01, 2003.

470. Shen, C., X. Li, M. Dunlop, Z.X. Liu, A. Balogh, D.N. Baker, M. Hapgood, and X. Wang, Analyses on the geometrical structure of magnetic field in the current sheet based on Cluster measurements, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 108(A5), 6 May 2003, doi:10.1029/2002JA009612.

471. Grande, M., Baker, D., Browning, R., Waltham, N., Parker, D., Dunkin, S. K., Kent, B., et al. The D-CIXS X-ray mapping spectrometer on SMART-1. Planetary and Space Science, 51(6), 427-433. May 2003, doi:10.1016/S0032-0633(03)00020-5.

472. Grande, M., Dunkin, S., Heather, D., Kellett, B., Perry, C. H., Browning, Baker, D., et al., The D-CIXS X-ray spectrometer, and its capabilities for lunar science. In B. H. Foing, & D. J. Heather (Eds.), Lunar Exploration 2000, 30(8), 1901-1907. Warsaw, Poland: Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd., October 2002, doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(02)00486-6.

473. Dunkin, S. K., Baker, D., Grande, M., Casanova, I., Fernandes, V., Heather, D. J., Kellett, B., et al., Scientific rationale for the D-CIXS X-ray spectrometer on board ESA's SMART-1 mission to the Moon. Planetary and Space Science, 51(6), 435-442. May 2003, doi:10.1016/S0032-0633(03)00019-9

474. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, H.J. Singer, J. Waterman, J.R. Wygant, C.T. Rus-sell, and C.A. Kletzing, Polar observations of transverse magnetic pulsations initiated at sub-storm onset in the high-latitude plasma sheet, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 108, A7, 1 July 2003, doi: 10.1029/2001JA009141.

475. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, R.S. Weigel, D.N. Baker, E.J. Rigler, S.G. Kanekal, T. Nagai, S.F. Fung, R.H.W. Friedel, and T.E. Cayton, Structure of Earth's Outer Radiation Belt Inferred from Long-Term Electron Flux Dynamics, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30(19), 15 October 2003, doi: 10.1029/2003GL017328.

476. Weigel, R.S. and D.N. Baker, Probability Distribution Invariance of 1-Minute Auroral-Zone Geomagnetic Field Fluctuations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, (23), 2193, 4 December 2003, doi: 10.1029/2003GL018470.

2004 477. Baker, D.N., Specifying and Forecasting Space Weather Threats to Human Technology, in Effects

of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure, Volume 176, 1-25, (I.A. Daglis, ed.), Springer, Book Series: NATO Science Series II-Mathematics Physics and Chemistry, Kluwer, 2004, ISBN: 1-4020-2747-8.

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478. Saka, O, Akaki, H., Baker, D.N., A Pi2-associated dusk-to-dawn currents in the midnight sector as observed at L-66 during multiple Pi2 onsets, Earth, Planets and Space, 56(7), 663-668. 2004, doi:10.1186/BF03352528.

479. Eriksson, S., D.N. Baker, et al., Walen and slow-mode shock analyses in the near-Earth magnetotail in connection with a substorm onset on 27 August 2001, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 109, #A10, 23 October 2004, doi:10.1029/2004JA010534.

480. Baker, D.N., Balancing science and exploration, Space News, March 1, 2004, p. 13. 481. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, and S.M. Bailey, End of SNOE or new beginning?, Space News, May 17,

2004. 482. Baker, D.N., C. Barton, A. Rodger, B. Fraser, B. Thompson, and V. Papitashvili, Moving be-yond

the IGY: The electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) Concept, Eos, 85, No. 11, 105-112, 2004. 483. Baker, D.N., Citation, Eos, 85, No. 26, 251, 2004. 484. Siscoe, G., D.N. Baker, R. Weigel, J. Hughes, and H. Spence, Roles of empirical modeling within

CISM, J. Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 66(15-16), 1481-1489, October-November 2004, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2004.03.028.

485. Spence, H., Baker, D., Burns, A., Guild, T., Huang, C. L., Siscoe, G., & Weigel, R., Center for integrated space weather modeling metrics plan and initial model validation results. J. Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 66(15-16), 1499-1507. October-November 2004, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2004.03.029.

486. Baker, D.N., Reply, Eos, 85, No. 32, 302, 2004. 487. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, and J.B. Blake, Characterizing the Earth’s Outer Van Allen zone using

the Radiation Belt Content (RBC) Index, Space Weather – The International Journal of Research and Applications, 2(2), S02003, 11 February 2004, doi: 10.1029/2003SW000026.

488. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, X. Li, S.P. Monk, J. Goldstein, and J.L. Burch, An extreme distortion of the Van Allen belt arising from the ‘Hallowe’en’ solar storm in 2003, Nature, 432(7019), 878-881, 16 December 2004, doi:10.1038/nature03116.

489. Baker, D.N., R.S. Weinel, E.J. Rigger, R.L. McPherson, D. Vassiliadis, C.N. Arge, G.L. Siscoe, and H.E. Spence, Sun-to-magnetosphere modeling: CISM forecast model development using linked empirical models, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 66(15-16), 1491-1497, October-November 2004, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2004.04.011.

490. Barth, C.A., D.N. Baker, and S.M. Bailey, Seasonal variation of auroral electron precipitation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31(4), L04809, 27 February 2004, doi: 10.1029/2003GL018892.

491. Baker, D.N., Daglis, I.A., J.G. Kappenman, M. Panasyuk, and E.J. Daly, Effects of space weather on technology infrastructure, Space Weather, 2(2), S02004, 20 February 2004,

doi:10.1029/2003sw000044. 492. Elkington, S.R., M.J. Wiltberger, A.A. Chan, and D.N. Baker, Physical models of the geospace

radiation environment, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 66(15-16), 1371-1387, October-November 2004, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2004.03.023.

493. Eriksson, S., D.N. Baker, et al., Walén and slow-mode shock analyses in the near-Earth magnetotail in connection with a substorm onset on 27 August 2001, J. Geophys. Res., 109, A10212, doi: 10.1029/2004JA010534, 2004.

494. Green J. C., T. G. Onsager, T. P. O'Brien, D. N. Baker, Testing loss mechanisms capable of rapidly depleting relativistic electron flux in the Earth's outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 109(A12), A12211, 14 December 2004, doi: 10.1029/2004JA010579.

495. Weigel, R.S., D.N. Baker, E. Rigler, and D. Vassiliadis, Predictability of large geomagnetic disturbances based on solar wind conditions, IEEE Trans. on Plasma Science, 32(4), 1506-1510, 08 October 2004, doi:10.1109/TPS.2004.830992.

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496. Klimas, A.J., V.M. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Reconnection and scale-free avalanching in a driven current-sheet model, J. Geophys. Res., 109(A2), A02218, 27 February 2004, doi: 10.1029/2003JA010036.

497. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, and J.H. Allen, Sun unleashes Halloween Storm, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 85(11), 105, 16 March 2004, doi:10.1029/2004eo110002.

498. Rigler, E.J., D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, D. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, Adaptive Linear Prediction of Radiation Belt Electrons Using the Kalman Filter, Space Weather – The International Journal of Research and Applications, 2(3), 12 March 2004, doi:10.1029/2003SW000036.

499. Saetre, C., J. Stadsnes, H. Nesse, A. Aksnes, S.M. Petrinec, C.A. Barth, D.N. Baker, and R.R. Vondrak, Energetic electron precipitation and the NO abundance in the upper atmosphere – A direct comparison during a geomagnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 109(A9), 8 September 2004, doi: 10.1029/2004JA010485.

500. Baker, D.N., and J.H. King, King receives 2004 Edward A. Flinn Award, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 85, #26, 251, 29 June 2004, doi:10.1029/2004eo260005.

501. Daglis, I. A., Baker, D. N., & Koutroumbas, K. D., Special issue on space weather dynamics and effects on technology, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 32(4), 1409-1410, 2004, doi:10.1109/TPS.2004.837115.

502. Siscoe, G.L., W.J. Hughes, H.E. Spence, D.N. Baker, and R.W. Weigel, Roles of Empirical Modeling within CISM, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 66, 1481-1489, 2004.

503. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, S.F. Fung, D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, and S. Kanekal, Structure and dynamics of the electron radiation belts: Implications for space weather modeling and forecasting, in Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure, 43-64, (I.A. Daglis, ed.), Springer, Kluwer, 2004, ISBN: 1-4020-2747-8.

504. Vassiliadis, D., R.S. Weigel, S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, and A.J. Klimas, Probing the solar wind-inner magnetosphere coupling: Validation of relativistic electron flux models, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 66(15-16), 1399-1409, October-November 2004, doi:10.1016/j.jastp.2004.03.025.

505. Weigel, R.S., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, and E.J. Rigler, Predictability of geomagnetic measurements based on solar wind conditions, IEEE, Transactions on Plasma Science, 32, 4, 2004.

506. Zong, Q.-G., T.A. Fritz, S.Y. Fu, D.N. Baker, et al., Cluster observations of earthward flowing plasmoid in the tail, Geophys. Res. Lett., Geophys. Res. Lett., 31(18), L18803, 17 September 2004, doi: 10.1029/2004GL020692.

507. Baker, D.N., C. Barton, A. Rodger, B. Fraser, B. Thompson and V. Papitashvili, Moving beyond the IGY: The Electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) concept, EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 85(11), 105, 16 March 2004, doi:10.1029/2004eo110001.

508. Baker, D., Barton, C., Rodger, A., Fraser, B., Thompson, B., & Papitashvili, V. (n.d.). Reply [to Comment on “Moving beyond the IGY: The Electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) concept’”]. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 85(32), 302. 10 August 2004, doi:10.1029/2004eo320004.

509. Koga, D., O. Saka, K. Hayashi, and D.N. Baker, A ground-satellite conjugate study of the aurora, J. Geophys. Res., 2003JA010012R, 2004.

2005 510. Asikainen, T., K. Mursula, R. Kerttula, R. Friedel, D.N. Baker, F. Soraas, J. Fennell, and J. Blake,

Global view of energetic particles during a major magnetic storm, in The Inner Magneto-sphere: Physics and Modeling, AGU Monogr. 155, 97-104, 2005.

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511. Kanekal, S.G., R.H. Friedel, G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Relativistic electron events in 2002: Studies of pitch angle isotropization, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 110(A12), 28 December 2005, doi:10.1029/2004JA010974.

512. Baker, D.N., Introduction to Space Weather, in Space Weather: The Physics Behind a Slogan, In K. Scherer, H. Fichtner, B. Heber, & U. Mall (Eds.), Book Series: Lecture Notes in Physics, Volume 656, pp. 3-20, Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2005, ISBN: 3-540-22907-8 .

513. Baker, D.N., S. Elkington, X. Li, and M.J. Wiltberger, Particle acceleration in the inner magnetosphere, in The Inner Magnetosphere: Physics and Modeling, AGU Monograph Series, In T. I. Pulkkinen, N. A. Tsyganenko, & R. H. W. Friedel (Eds.), Inner Magnetosphere: Physics and Modeling Vol. 155, 73-86). Helsinki, Finland, American Geophysical Union, 01 January 2005, doi: 10.1029/155GM09.

514. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and J.H. Allen, Radiation belt responses to the solar events of October-November 2003, In J. Burch, M. Schulz, & H. Spence (Eds.), in Global Physics of the Coupled Inner Magnetosphere, AGU Geophysical Monograph Series, Inner Magnetosphere Interactions: New Perspectives from Imaging, Vol, 159, 251-259, 01 January 2005, doi: 10.1029/159GM19.

515. Baker, D.N., R.L. McPherron, and M.W. Dunlop, Cluster observations of magnetospheric sub-storm behavior in the near- and mid-tail region, Adv. Space Res., 36, 10, 1809-1817, 2005.

516. Blake, J.B., R. Mueller-Mellin, J.A. Davies, X. Li, and D.N. Baker, Global observations of energetic electrons around the time of a substorm on 27 August 2001, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 110(A6), A06214, 29 June 2005, doi: 10.1029/2004JA010971.

517. Elkington, S.R., D.N. Baker, and M. Wiltberger, Injection of energetic ions during the 31 March 0630 Substorm, in The Inner Magnetosphere: Physics and Modeling, In T. I. Pulkkinen, N. A. Tsyganenko, & R. H. W. Friedel (Eds.), AGU Monograph Series, 155, 147-154, Helsinki, Finland, American Geophysical Union, 01 January 2005, doi: 10.1029/155GM17.

518. Goldstein, J., S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, and B.R. Sandel, Dynamic relationship between the outer radiation belt and the plasmapause during March-May 2001, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32(15), L15104, 12 August 2005, doi: 10.1029/2005GL023431.

519. Horne, R.B., D.N. Baker, et al., Wave acceleration of electrons in the Van Allen radiation belts, Nature, 437(7056), 227-230, 8 September 2005, doi:10.1038/nature03939.

520. Kerttula, R., D.N. Baker, et al., Energetic particle acceleration during a major magnetic storm, Adv. Space Res., special issue: Solar Wind-Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Dynamics and Radiation Models, Edited by T. Mukai, R. Lopez, K. Maezawa, M. Grande, J. Fennell, D. Heynderickx, 36, 10, 1835-1839, 2005, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2004.03.023.

521. Klimas, A.J., V.M. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, A mechanism for the loading-unloading substorm cycle missing in MHD global magnetospheric simulation models, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32(14), L14108, 27 July 2005, doi: 10.1029/2005GL022916.

522. Klimas, A.J., V.M. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Simulation study of SOC dynamics in driven current-sheet models, In: Burton W. et al. (eds) Nonequilibrium Phenomena in Plasmas. Astrophysics and Space Science Library, vol 321, pp. 71-89, A. S. Sharma, & P. K. Kaw (Eds.), Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 321), Springer, Dordrecht, 2005, doi: 10.1007/1-4020-3109-2_4.

523. Li, X., D. N. Baker, M. Temerin, G. D. Reeves, R. Friedel, and C. Shen, Energetic electrons, 50 keV -- 6 MeV, at geosynchronous orbit: their responses to solar wind variations, Space Weather – The International Journal of Research and Applications, 3(4), S04001, 7 April 2005, doi:10.1029/2004SW000105.

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524. Rigler, E.J., D.N. Baker, and D. Vassiliadis, Solar wind-driven electron radiation belt response functions at 100-min time scales, Adv. Space Res., 36(12), 2401-2406, 2005, doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2003.09.070.

525. Saka, O, S. Fujita, and D.N. Baker, The effect of magnetic mirror force on the field-aligned acceleration of plasmas, Adv. Polar Upper Atmos. Res., 19, 84-88, 2005.

526. Sharma, A.S., D.N. Baker, and J.E. Borovsky, Nonequilibrium Phenomena in the Magnetosphere, in Nonequilibrium Phenomena in Plasmas, Astrophysics and Space Science Library, vol. 321, pp. 3-22, In A. S. Sharma, & P. K. Kaw (Eds.), Nonequilibrium Phenomena in Plasmas (pp. 350 pages). Springer, January 2005, doi: 10.1007/1-4020-3109-2_1.

527. Vogiatzis, I.I., T.A. Fritz, Q.-G. Zong, D.N. Baker, et al., Fine-time energetic electron behavior observed by Cluster/RAPID in the magnetotail associated with X-line formation and subsequent current disruption, Annales Geophysicae, 23(6), 2265-2280, 2005, doi:10.5194/angeo-23-2265-2005.

528. Wiltberger, M., S.R. Elkington, T. Guild, D.N. Baker, and J.G. Lyon, Comparison of MHD simulations of isolated and storm time substorms, In T. Pulkkinen, N. A. Tsyganenko, & R. H. W. Friedel (Eds.), in The Inner Magnetosphere: Physics and Modeling, American Geophysical Union Monograph Series, 155, 271-282, 01 January 2005, doi: 10.1029/155GM29.

529. Saka, O., D. Koga, K. Hayashi, and Baker, D.N. Baker, Relation between auroral brightening region and upward field-aligned current region for auroral pseudobreakup event of 17 January 1986: A case study, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2005.

530. Baker, D. N., McPherron, R. L., & Dunlop, M. W., Cluster observations of magnetospheric substorm behavior in the near- and mid-tail region. Solar Wind-Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Dynamics and Radiation Models, 36(10), 1809-1817, 2005, doi:10.1016/j.asr.2004.04.021.

2006 531. Baker, D.N., The true cost of CU Athletics is more than dollars and cents, Boulder Daily Cam-era,

Guest opinion column, 11 April 2006. 532. Baker, D.N., Exploration without explorers?, Space News, 24 April 2006. 533. Baker, D.N., et al., Report of the Assessment Committee for the National Space Weather Pro-

gram, Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services and Supporting Research (OFCM), FCM-R24-2006

534. Baker, D.N., L.A. Braby, S. Curtis, J.R. Jokipii, W.S. Lewis, J. Miller, W. Schimmerling, H.J. Singer, L. Strachan, L.W. Townsend, R.E. Turner, and T.H. Zurbuchen, Space Radiation Hazards and the Vision for Space Exploration, Report of a Workshop, National Research Council, National Academies Press, 5, 2, 23 October 2006.

535. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D. Vassiliadis, Nonlinear dynamics in the Earth’s magneto-sphere, in Proceedings of 20 Years of Nonlinear Dynamics in Geosciences Conference, Spring-er, 2006.

536. Baker, D.N., and L.J. Lanzerotti, Reconfigured NPOESS Program deletes space weather sensors, Editorial, Space Weather- The International Journal of Research and Applications, 4(9), 22

September 2006, doi: 10.1029/2006SW000278. 537. Bortnik, J., R.M. Thorne, Y. Shprits, P. O’Brien, J. Green, and D.N. Baker, Observation of two

distinct, rapid loss-mechanisms during the November 20 2003 radiation-belt dropout event, J. Geophys. Res., 111(A12), A12216, 21 December 2006, doi: 10.1029/2006JA011802.

538. Cheng, Z., S.A. Cummer, D.N. Baker, and S.G. Kanekal, Nighttime D region electron density profiles and variables inferred from broadband measurements using VLF radio emissions from lightning, J. Geophys. Res., 111(A5), A05302, 5 May 2006, doi: 10.1029/2005JA011308.

539. Lanzerotti, L.J., and D.N. Baker, Where are the “Killer Electrons” of the declining Phase of So-lar Cycle 23?, Space Weather – The International Journal of Research and Applictaions, 4(7), 18 July 2006, doi: 10.1029/2006SW000259.

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540. Li X., D. N. Baker, T. P. O'Brien, L. Xie, Q. G. Zong, Correlation between the inner edge of outer radiation belt electrons and the innermost plasmapause location, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33(14), L14107, 27 July 2006, doi:10.1029/2006GL026294.

541. Palmroth, M., P. Janhunen, G. Germany, D. Lummerzheim, K. Liou, D.N. Baker, et al., Precipitation and total power consumption in the ionosphere: Global MHD simulation results compared with Polar and SNOE observations, Annales Geophysicae, 24(3), 861-872, 19 May 2006, doi:10.5194/angeo-24-861-2006.

542. Saetre, C., D.N. Baker, et al., Comparisons of electron energy deposition derived from observations of lower thermospheric nitric oxide and from X-ray bremsstrahlung measurements, J. Geophys. Res. – Space Physics, 111(A4), A04302, 6 April 2006, 10.1029/2005JA011391.

543. Shprits, Y.Y., R.M. Thorne, R.B. Horn, S.A. Gkayertm, N. Cartwright, C.T. Russell, D.N. Baker, and S.G. Kanekal, Acceleration mechanism responsible for the formation of the new radiation belt during the 2003 Halloween solar storm, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33(5), 11 March 2006, doi:10.1029/2005GL024256.

544. Weigel, R., T. Detman, E.J. Rigler, and D.N. Baker, Decision theory and the analysis of rare event space weather forecasts, Space Weather – the International Journal of Research and Applications, 4(5), S05002, 2 May 2006, doi:10.1029/2005SW000157.

545. Wiltberger, M., and D.N. Baker, End-to-End modeling of the solar terrestrial system, Space Science Rev., 124, 1-4, 2006.

546. Shprits, Y.Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Outward radial diffusion driven by losses at magnetopause, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 111(A11), 14 November 2006, doi: 10.1029/2006JA011657.

547. Taylor, M.G., G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker, et al., Cluster encounter with an energetic electron beam during a substorm, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 111(A11), 1 November 2006, doi: 10.1029/2006JA011666.

548. Shprits, Y., D.N. Baker et al., Radial diffusion as a potential source and low mechanism of relativistic electrons in the outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., 2006.

2007 549. Baker, D.N., L.A. Braby, S. Curtis, J.R. Jokipii, W.S. Lewis, J. Miller, W. Schimmerling, H.J. Singer, L.

Strachan, L.W. Townsend, R.E. Turner, and T.H. Zurbuchen, Space Radiation Hazards and the Vision for Space Exploration: A Report on the October 2005 Wintergreen Conference, Space Weather, 5, 2, 21 February 2007, doi: 10.1029/2007SW000313.

550. Zong, Q.-G., S. Y. Fu, D. N. Baker, M. L. Goldstein, P. Song, J. A. Slavin, T. A. Fritz,. Amm, H. Frey, A. Korth, P. W. Daly, H. Reme, and A. Pedersen, Earthward Flowing Plasmoid: Structure and Its Related Ionospheric Signature, J. Geophys. Res., 112(A7), 7 July 2007, doi: 10.1029/2006JA012112.

551. Baker, D.N., and I.A. Daglis, Radiation belts and ring current, in Space Weather – Physics and Effects, V. Bothmer and I.A. Daglis, eds., Springer Praxis Books. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. 2007, doi: 10.1007/978-3-540-34578-7_6.

552. Baker, D.N., and J. Sojka, No small Feat (NSF): Student-led Spacecraft, Space News, p. 19, 24 September, 2007.

553. Baker, D.N., M.J. Wiltberger, R.S. Weigel, and S.R. Elkington, Present status and future challenges of modeling the Sun-earth end-to-end system, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 69(1-2), 3-17, February 2007, doi: 10.1016/j.jastp.2006.07.017.

554. Baker, D.N., and S.K. Antiochos, FY08 Budget Impacts to the Heliophysics Program, Space Studies Quarterly, National Research Council, 2007.

555. Grande, M., D.N. Baker, et al. The D-CIXS X-ray spectrometer on the SMART-1 mission to the Moon – First Results, Planetary and Space Science, 55, 4, 494-502, March 2007, doi: 10.1016/j.pss. 2006.08.004.

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556. Zong, Q., D.N. Baker, et al., Ultralow frequency modulation of energetic particles in the dayside magnetosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett, 34(12), L12105, 29 June 2007, doi: 10.1029/2007GL029915.

557. Baker, D. N., S. G. Kanekal, R. B. Horne, N P. Meredith, and S. A.Glauert, Low-altitude

measurements of 2–6 MeV electron trapping lifetimes at 1.5 ≤ =L ≤ =2.5, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34(20), L20110, 25 October 2007, doi: 10.1029/2007GL031007.

558. Baker, D.N., and S.G. Kanekal, Solar cycle changes, geomagnetic variations, and energetic particle properties in the inner magnetosphere, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 70(2-4), February 2008, doi: 10.1016/j.jastp.2007.08.031.

559. Rigler, E.J., M. Wiltberger, and D.N. Baker, Radiation belt electrons respond to multiple solar wind inputs, J. Geophys. Res., 112(A6), A06208, 5 June 2007, doi: 10.1029/2006JA012181.

560. Sætre, C., D.N. Baker, et al., Thermospheric nitric oxide at higher latitudes - Model calculations with auroral energy input, J. Geophys. Res., 112(A8), A08306, 24 August 2007, doi: 10.1029/2006JA012203.

561. Slavin, J.A., S.M. Krimigis, M.H. Acuña, B.J. Anderson, D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER: Exploring Mercury's Magnetosphere, Space Sci. Rev., 131, Issue 1-4, 133-160, 21 June 2007, doi: 10.1007/s11214-007-9154-x.

562. Wiltberger, M., and D.N. Baker, End-to-end modeling of the solar terrestrial system, Space Science Reviews, Springer, 124, 217-231, 16 January 2007, doi: 10.1007/s11214-006-9106-x.

563. Vassiliadis D., Pulkkinen A., Klimas A., Baker D., Predicting the Multifractal Geomagnetic Field. In: Nonlinear Dynamics in Geosciences. Springer, 2007, doi: 10.1007/978-0-387-34918-3_31.

564. Baker D., Klimas A., Vassiliadis D., Nonlinear Dynamics in the Earth’s Magnetosphere. In: Nonlinear Dynamics in Geosciences. Springer, 2007, doi: 10.1007/978-0-387-34918-3_4.

2008 565. Eastes, R. W., Baker, D.N., et al., Global-Scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD): New

Observing Capabilities for the Ionosphere-Thermosphere. In P. M. Kintner, A. J. Coster, T. Fuller Rowell, A. J. Mannucci, M. Mendillo, & R. Heelis (Eds.), Midlatitude Ionospheric Dynamics and Disturbances, Volume 181, pp. 319-326). AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION, 2 January 2008, doi: 10.1029/181GM29.

566. Baker, D.N., Impacts of the FY2009 NASA Budget Request, Space Studies Board Quarterly, www.nationalacademies.org/ssb/, 19, Issue 1, pp. 7-8, January-March 2008.

567. Baker, D.N., The need for restoring forces at NASA, Space News, p. 19, June 23, 2008. 568. Baker, D.N., ITAR: Revamping a law of unintended consequences, Space News, Business p. 19,

16 September 2008. 569. Baker, D.N., A 21st century vision for geophysical data management, Physics Today, 61, #9, pp.

54-55, 1 September 2008, doi:10.1063/1.2982123. 570. Baker, D.N., C. Barton, W. Peterson, and P. Fox, Informatics and the 2007-2008 Electronic

Geophysical Year, Eos, 89, 48, pp. 485-486, 25 November, 2008, doi: 10.1029/2008EO480001. 571. Baker, D.N., Reply to Comment on “Informatics and the 2007-2008 Electronic Geophysical Year,”

Eos, 89, #48, 25 November 2008. 572. Baker, D.N., editor, Severe space weather events – Understanding societal and economic

impacts: A workshop report, National Research Council, Space Studies Board, Washington, D.C., National Academies Press, 2008.

573. Baker, D.N., and S.G. Kanekal, Solar cycle changes, geomagnetic variations, and energetic particle properties in the inner magnetosphere, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 70, 195-206, 2008.

574. Baker, D.N., and L.J. Lanzerotti, A continuous L1 presence required for space weather, Space Weather, 6(11), S11001, p.19, 1 November 2008, doi: 10.1029/2008SW000445.

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575. Baker, D.N., and S.P. Worden, The large benefits of small satellite missions, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 89, 33, 301-302, 12 August 2008, doi:10.1029/2008eo330001

576. Farr, N., Baker, D. N., and Wiltberger, M., Complexities of a 3-D plasmoid flux rope as shown by MHD simulation, J. Geophys. Res., 113(A12), 5 December 2008, doi: 10.1029/2008JA013328.

577. Finarelli, M.G., J.K. Alexander, D.N. Baker, et al., Space science and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations: Summary of a Workshop, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., National Academies Press, 2008.

578. McCollough, J.P., J.L. Gannon, D.N. Baker, and M. Gehmeyr, A statistical comparison of commonly used external magnetic field models, Space Weather, 6(10), 3 October 2008, doi: 10.1029/2008SW000391.

579. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, and N.U. Crooker, Role of the Russell-McPherron Effect in the acceleration of relativistic electrons, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 71(10-11), 1032-1044, July 2009, doi: 10.1016/j.jastp.2008.11.002.

580. Meredith, N.P., R.B. Horne, S.A. Glauert, D.N. Baker, and S.G. Kanekal, and J.M. Albert, Relativistic electron loss timescales in the slot region, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 114, A3, 31 March 2009, doi: 10.1029/2008JA013889.

581. Rigler, E.J., and D.N. Baker, A state-space model of radiation belt electron flux dynamics, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 70, 14, 1797–1809, November 2008, doi: 10.1016/j.jastp.2008.01.019.

582. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, et al, Mercury's Magnetosphere after MESSENGER's First Flyby, Science, 321(5885), pp. 85-89, 4 July 2008, doi: 10.1126/science.1159040.

583. Jaynes, A.N., D.N. Baker, et al., Fast diffusion of ultra-relativistic electrons in the outer radiation belt: 17 March 2015 storm event, Geophysical Research Letters, September 2018, doi: 10.1029/2018GL079786, 2018.

2009 570. Baker, D.N., What does space weather cost modern societies? Space Weather – the

International Journal of Research and Applicaitons, 7, #2, pp. 4-5, 20 February 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009SW000465.

571. Baker, D.N., Worth the Risk: Restoring NASA, Space News, 23 November 2009. 572. Baker, D.N., and C.E. Barton, EGY: Progress in global Earth and space science informatics, Data

Science Journal, Vol. 8, pp. 226-232, http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/dsj/8/0/_contents/2/, 24 October 2009, doi: 10.2481/dsj.008-008.

573. Baker, D.N., and C.E. Barton, Reply to comment on “Informatics and the 2007-2008 Electronic Geophysical Year”, Eos, 90, #15, 130, 14 April 2009, doi:10.1029/2009EO150004.

574. Baker, D.N., and T.N. Woods, Small satellites and the new climate observation plans, Space News, 19, 6 July 2009.

575. Baker, D.N., and T.H. Zurbuchen, Heliophysics missions show promise, Science, 325, 3 July 2009, doi:10.1126/science.325_32b.

576. Baker, D. N., McCollough, J. P., McPherron, R. L., Ryan, S. M., Westfall, J. C., Russell, J. M., & Bailey, S. M., Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere receiver/communication lock analysis: When bad space weather is good, Space Weather-The Journal of Research Applications, 7, S09001, 3 September 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009SW000475.

577. Baker, D.N., et al., Space environment of Mercury at the time of the first MESSENGER flyby: Solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field modeling of upstream conditions, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A10101, 2 October 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009JA014287.

578. Baker, D. N., et al. Severe Space Weather Events: Understanding Societal and Economic Impacts, Natl. Acad. Press, Washington, D. C., 2009.

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579. Burin des Roziers, E., X. Li, D. N. Baker, T. A. Fritz, R. Friedel, T. G. Onsager, and I. Dandouras, Energetic plasma sheet electrons and their relationship with the solar wind: A Cluster and Geotail study, J. Geophys. Res., 114(A2), A02220, 24 February 2009, doi: 10.1029/2008JA013696.

580. des Roziers, E.B., D.N. Baker, et al., Cluster observations of energetic electron flux variations within the plasma sheet, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics., 114, A11208, 18 November 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009JA014239.

581. Ho, G.C., D.N. Baker, et al., Energetic Particles in Mercury’s Magnetosphere During MESSENGER’s Flybys, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 11, EGU2009-5089, 2009.

582. Li, X., A. B. Barker, D. N. Baker, W. C. Tu, T. E. Sarris, R. S. Selesnick, R. Friedel, and C. Shen, Modeling the deep penetration of outer belt electrons during the “Halloween” magnetic storm in 2003, Space Weather, 7(2), S02004, 26 February 2009, doi: 10.1029/2008SW000418.

583. McCollough, J.P., S.R. Elkington, and D.N. Baker, Modeling EMIC wave growth during the compression event of 29 June 2007, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, 18, L18108, 24 September 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009GL039985.

584. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, and N. U. Crooker, Role of the Russell-McPherron effect in the acceleration of relativistic electrons, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, 71, 1032-1044, July, 2009.

585. Mann, I.R., D.N. Baker, et al., The Outer Radiation Belt Injection, Transport, Acceleration and Loss Satellite (ORBITALS): A Proposed Canadian Small Satellite Mission for ILWS, Adv. Space Res., 38, 8, 1838-1860, 2009, ISBN: 978-0-7354-0681-0, doi: 10.1063/1.3169279

586. Meredith, N.P., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electron loss timescales in the slot region, J. Geophys. Res., 114, A03222, doi: 10.1029/2009JA013889, 2009.

587. Quinn, J., J. Hughes, D.N. Baker, J. Linker, J. Lyon, S. Solomon, and M. Wiltberger, Building and using coupled models for the Space Weather System: Lessons Learned, Space Weather – the International Journal of Research and Applications, v.7, #5, 13-17, 21 May 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009SW000462.

588. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of magnetic reconnection in Mercury’s magnetosphere, Science, 324(5927), 606-610, 1 May 2009, doi: 10.1126/science.1172011.

589. Slavin, J. A., et al., MESSENGER observations of Mercury's magnetosphere during northward IMF, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36(2), L02101, 17 January 2009, doi: 10.1029/2008GL036158.

590. Weigel, R.S., D.N. Baker, et al., Using virtual observatories for Heliophysics research, Eos, 90, #47, 441-442, 24 November 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009EO470001.

591. Zong Q.-G., X.-Z. Zhou, Y. F. Wang, X. Li, P. Song, D. N. Baker, T. A. Fritz, P. W. Daly, M. Dunlop, A. Pedersen, Energetic electron response to ULF waves induced by interplanetary shocks in the outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 114, A10204, 10 October 2009, doi: 10.1029/2009JA014393.

2010 592. Alexeev, I.I., D.N. Baker, et al., Mercury’s magnetospheric magnetic field after the first two MESSENGER

flybys, Icarus, 209, #1, Special Issue. SI, 29-39, September 2010, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2010.01.024. 593. Baker, D.N., Perspectives on Geospace Plasma Coupling, Proceedings, Modern Challenges in Nonlinear

Plasma Physics Conference, American Institute of Physics, #1320, 10-22, 2010, ISBN: 978-0-7354-0875-3.

594. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s Secrets, Hidden in the Skies, Guest Column, The New York Times, p. A23, 27 27 May 2010.

595. Baker, D.N., Is the Silver Screen the Key to Successful Public Outreach in Solar and Space Physics?, Eos, 91, #49, pp. 472-473, 7 December 2010, doi: 10.1029/2010eo490004.

596. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Baker, Interagency Collaboration: Beware!, Space News, p. 19 and 21, 6 December 2010.

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597. Baker, D.N., and F.A. Tarantino, Advancing technology; engaging the next generation, Space News, pp. 15 and 17, 10 May 2010.

598. Baker, D.N., Thoughts for Successful Public Outreach in Solar and Space Physics, Eos, 2010. 599. Benna, M., B.J. Anderson, D.N. Baker, S.A. Boardsen, G. Gloeckler, R.E. Gold, G.C. Ho, R.M. Killen, H

Korth, S.M. Krimigis, M.E. Purucker, R.L. McNutt, Jr., J.M. Raines, W.E. McClintock, M. Sarantos, J.A. Slavin, S.C. Solomon, and T.H. Zurbuchen, Modeling of the magnetosphere of Mercury at the time of the first MESSENGER flyby, Icarus, Special Issue.SI, 209, #1, 3-10, September 2010, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.11.036.

600. Feldman, W.C., D.N. Baker, et al., Evidence for extended acceleration of solar flare ions from 1–8 MeV solar neutrons detected with the MESSENGER Neutron Spectrometer, J. Geophys. Res., 115(A1), A01102, 23 January 2010, doi: 10.1029/2009JA014535.

601. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, On the seasonal dependence of relativistic electron fluxes, Ann. Geophys., 28, #5, 1101-1106, 10 May 2010, doi: 10.5194/angeo-28-1101-2010.

602. Korth, Haje, B.J. Anderson, T.H. Zurbuchen, J.A. Slavin, S. Perri, S.A. Boardsen, D.N. Baker, S.C. Solomon, and R. L. McNutt, Jr., The Interplanetary Magnetic Field Environment at Mercury’s Orbit, Planetary and Space Science, 59(15), 2075-2985, December 2011, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2010.10.014.

603. McCollough, J.P., et al., Physical mechanisms of compressional EMIC wave growth, J. Geophys. Res., 115(A10), A10214, 7 October 2010, doi: 10.1029/2010JA015393.

604. Sharma, S., D.N. Baker, A. Bunde, and V.P. Dimri, Complexity and Extreme Events: Interdisciplinary Science of Natural Hazards, in Chapman Conference on Complexity and Extreme Events in Geosciences; Hyderabad, India, 15–19 February 2010, Eos, Vol. 91, No. 30, Page 265,

2010doi:10.1029/2010EO300009, 27 July 2010. 605. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of large flux transfer events at Mercury,

Geophys. Res. Lett., 37(2), L02105, #6, 29 January 2010, doi: 10.1029/2009GL041485. 606. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, and G. Gloeckler, MESSENGER observations of extreme loading and unloading

of Mercury’s magnetic tail, Science, Vol. 329, #5992, 665-668, 15 July 2020, doi: 10.1126/science.1188067.

607. Travnicek, P., et al., Mercury’s magnetosphere-solar wind interaction for northward and south-ward interplanetary magnetic field: Hybrid simulation results, Icarus, 209, 1, 11-22, September 2020, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2010.01.008.

608. Baker, D., B. Klecker, S.J. Schwartz, F. Schwenn, R. von Steiger, Editors, Solar Dynamics and its Effects on the Heliosphere and Earth, Space Sciences Series of ISSI, Springer-Verlag New York, SSSI Volume 22, 2010.

609. Farr, N.L., Baker, D.N., Wiltberger, M., Using a global magnetohydrodynamic model to study the start of the substorm recovery phase, JournaL of Geophysical Research Space Physics, 115(A12), 16 December 2010, doi: 10.1029/2010JA015802.

2011 610. Baker, D.N., The role of universities in a vigorous national space weather program, Space Weather, Vol.

9, S05001, 2 pp., 5 May 2011, doi: 10.1029/2011SW000673. 611. Baker, D.N., Effects of hostile space weather on satellite operations, Electromagnetic Compatibility

(EMC), 2011 IEEE International Symposium, Transactions on Plasma Science, 306-311, 14-19 August 2011, doi: 10.1109/ISEMC.2011.6038327.

612. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER Spacecraft to Mercury, APS Newsletter, 2011. 613. Baker, D.N., and J.L. Green, The Perfect Solar Superstorm, Sky and Telescope, pp. 28-34, February 2011. 614. Baker, D.N., et al., The space environment of Mercury at the time of the second and third MESSENGER

flybys, Planetary and Space Science, 59, #15, 2066-2074, December 2011, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.01.018.

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615. Snow, M., Wood, E., CoBabe-Amman, E., Baker, D., Renfrow, S., The Research Experience for Undergraduates Program in Solar and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, Earth and Space Science: Making Connections in Education and Public Outreach, Books Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, Edited by Jensen, J.B., Manning J.G., and Gibbs, M.G., Volume 443, 2011.

616. Baker, D.N., D.J. Baker, et al., Assessment of impediments to interagency collaboration on space and Earth science missions, National Research Council, National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., www.nap.edu, 2011.

617. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and J.H. Allen, Radiation belt responses to the solar events of October-November 2003, Inner Magnetosphere Interactions: New Perspectives from Imaging, 251-259, 2011.

618. Baker, D.N., D. Summers, and I.R. Mann, Chapman Conference on the Earth’s radiation belts and inner magnetosphere, Space Weather, 9(10), S10008, 22 October 2011, doi:10.1029/2011SW000725.

619. Choi, H.-S., D.N. Baker, et al., Analysis of GEO spacecraft anomalies: Space weather relation-ships, Space Weather, 9, #6, S06001, 2 June 2011, doi: 10.1029/2010SW000597.

620. Ho, G.C., D.N. Baker, et al., Observations of suprathermal electrons in Mercury’s magnetosphere during the three MESSENGER flybys, Planet. Space Sci., 59, #15, 2016-2025, December 2011, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.01.011.

621. Ho, G.C., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of transient bursts of energetic electrons in Mercury’s magnetosphere, Science, 333(6051), 1865-1868, 30 September 2011, doi: 10.1126/science.1211141.

622. Korth, H., D.N. Baker, et al., The interplanetary magnetic field environment at Mercury’s orbit, Planet. Space Sci., 59, 2075-2085, 2011.

623. Li, X., M. Temerin, D. N. Baker, and G. D. Reeves, Behavior of MeV electrons at geosynchronous orbit during last two solar cycles, J. Geophys. Res., 116(A11), A11207, 10 November 2011, doi: 10.1029/2011JA016934.

624. Luo, B., D.N. Baker, et al., On energetic electrons (>38 keV) in the central plasma sheet: data analysis and modeling, J. Geophys. Res., 116(A9), A09220, 17 September 2011, doi: 10.1029/2011JA016562.

625. Peterson, W.K., D.N. Baker, C.E. Barton, P. Fox, M.A. Parsons and E. CoBabe-Ammann, Electronic Geophysical Year, pp. 283-285, Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series, Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics, Harsh K. Gupta, ed., 2011, doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8702-7.

626. Raines, J.M., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of the plasma environment near Mercury, Planetary and Space Science, 59(15), 2004-2015, December 2011, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.02.004.

627. Schriver, D., D.N. Baker, et al., Electron transport and precipitation at Mercury during the MESSENGER flybys: Implications for electron-simulated desorption, Planetary and Space Science, 59(15), 2026-2036, December 2011, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.03.008.

628. Shprits, Y.Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Profound change of the near-Earth radiation environment caused by solar superstorms, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 9(8), S08007, 25 August 2011, doi:10.1029/2011SW000662.

629. Summers, D., and D.N. Baker, State of the art in Radiation Belt research, Eos, 92, #49, 6 December 2011.

630. Zurbuchen, T.H., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of the spatial distribution of planetary ions near Mercury, Science, 333(6051), 1862-1865, 30 September 2011, doi:10.1126/science.1211302.

2012 631. Choi, Ho-Sung, et al., Reply to Comment by Joseph Mazur and T. Paul O’Brien on “Analysis of GEO

spacecraft anomalies: Space weather relationships” Space Weather, 10(3), 07 March 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012SW000765.

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632. Baker, D.N., Extreme Space Weather: Forecasting Behavior of a Nonlinear Dynamical System, in Extreme events and natural hazards: Complexity and Extreme Events in Geoscience, AGU Geophysical Monograph Series, 196, page 255, 01 January 2012, doi: 10.1029/2011GM001075.

633. Baker, D.N., The Third Electric Infrastructure Security (EIS) World Summit Meeting, Space Weather, 10, #7, S07002, 12 July 2012, doi:10.1029/2012SW000820.

634. Baker, D.N., Let academia lead space science, Nature, 488, 27-28, 1 August 2012, doi: 10.1038/488027a.

635. Baker, D.N., L.J. Lanzerotti Receives 2011 William Bowie Medal, Eos, 93, #1, 3 January 2012. 636. Baker, D.N., and J.B. Blake, SAMPEX: A long-serving radiation belt sentinel, pages 21-40, in Dynamics of

the Earth’s Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., 199, edited by D. Summers, I.R. Mann, D.N. Baker, and M. Schulz, AGU, Washington, D.C., 01 January 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012GM001368, ISBN: 978-0-87590-489-4.

637. Baker, D.N., and T. Zurbuchen, Making the small end bigger, Space News, p. 19 and 21, Oct. 29, 2012. 638. Baker, D.N., J.E. Mazur, and G. Mason, SAMPEX to Reenter Atmosphere: Twenty-Year Mission Will End,

Space Weather, 10, #5, SO5006, 26 May 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012SW000804. 639. Birn, J., Artemyev, A.V., D.N. Baker, et al., Particle acceleration in the magnetotail and Aurora, Space

Sci. Rev., 173, #1-4, 49-102, 21 April 2012, doi:10.1007/s11214-012-9874-4. 640. Baker, D.N., Mason, G.M., Mazur, J.E., A small spacecraft mission with large accomplishments, EOS,

Volume 93, Issue 34, 21 August 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012EO340001. 641. Ho, G.C., et al., Spatial distribution and spectral characteristics of energetic electrons in Mercury’s

magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 117, #A12, 07 September 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012JA017983.

642. Lohmeyer, W.Q., K. Cahoy, and D.N. Baker, Correlation of GEO communications satellite anomalies and space weather phenomena: Improved satellite performance and risk mitigation, AIAA Journal, July 2012, doi: 10.2514/6.2012-15083.

643. Hospodarsky, G. B., J. S. Leisner, K. Sigsbee, J. D. Menietti, W. S. Kurth, D. A. Gurnett, C. A. Kletzing, and

O. Santolik, Plasma Wave Observations at Earth, Jupiter, and Saturn, in Dynamics of Earth's Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere, ed. by D. Summers, I.R. Mann, D.N. Baker, and M. Schulz, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., Vol. 199, pp. 415-430, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, Dec. 2012, ISBN: 978-0-87590-489-4, doi:10.1029/2012GM001342.

644. McCollough, J.P., S. Elkington, and D.N. Baker, The role of Shabansky orbits in compression‐related electromagnetic ion cyclotron wave growth, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 117, #A1, A01208, 13 pp., 12 January 2012, doi: 10.1029/2011JA016948.

645. McPherron, R.L., et al., Changes in solar wind-magnetosphere coupling with solar cycle, season, and time relative to stream interfaces, J. Atmos. and Solar-Terr. Physics, Volume 99, July 2013, Pages 1–13 Available online 23 September 2012.

646. Millan, R.M., and D.N. Baker, Acceleration of particles to high energies in Earth’s radiation belts, (ISSI) Space Sci. Rev., 173, #1-4, 103-131, 25 October 2012, doi: 10.1007/s11214-012-9941-x.

647. National Research Council, Science for a Technological Society: The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, vol. 11, Issue 2, 50-, Swe320022, National Academies, 2012.

648. National Research Council, The Effects of Solar Variability on Earth’s Climate; A Workshop Report, National Academies, 2012.

649. Schriver, D., D.N. Baker, et al., Quasi-trapped ion and electron populations at Mercury, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38(23), 14 December 2011, doi: 10.1029/2011GL049629.

650. Sharma, A.S., Baker, D.N., et al., Complexity and Extreme Events in Geosciences: An Overview: Extreme Events and Natural Hazards: The Complexity Perspective (Sharma, A. Surjalal, Armin Bunde, Vijay P. Dimri, and Daniel N. Baker, eds.), AGU Geophysical Monograph Series, 196, 01 January 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012GM001233.

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651. Slavin, J., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER and Mariner 10 flyby observations of magnetotail structure and dynamics at Mercury, J. Geophys. Res., 117, #A1, 28 January 2012, doi: 10.1029/2011JA016900.

652. Summers, D., I.R. Mann, D.N. Baker, Dynamics of the Earth’s Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere (Summers, D., I.R. Mann, D.N. Baker, and M. Schulz (Eds.)), Geophys. Monogr. Ser., 199, 431 pp., AGU, Washington, D.C., 1 January 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012GM001434.

653. Sundberg, Torbjörn, et al., MESSENGER Observations of Dipolarization Events in Mercury’s Magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 117, #A12, 06 Septmber 2012, doi: 10.1029/2012JA017756.

2013 654. McPherron, R.L., et al., Changes in solar wind-magnetosphere coupling with solar cycle, season, and

time relative to stream interfaces, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Volume 99,1-13, July 2013, doi: 10.1016/j.jastp.2012.09.003.

655. Baker, D.N., et al., The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT) Instrument on board the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Spacecraft: Characterization of Earth’s radiation belt high-energy particle populations, Space Sci. Rev., v. 179, 337-381, 14 December 2012, doi: 10.1007/s11214-012-9950-9.

656. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, V.C. Hoxie, M.G. Henderson, X. Li, H.E. Spence, S.R. Elkington, R.H. Friedel, J. Goldstein, M.K. Hudson, G.D. Reeves, R.M. Thorne, C.A. Kletzing, and S.G. Claudepierre, A long-lived relativistic electron storage ring embedded in the Earth’s outer Van Allen Radiation Zone, Science, 340, #6129, 186-190, 12 April 2013, doi: 10.1126/science.1233518.

657. Baker, D.N., A. Charo, and T. Zurbuchen, Science for a Technological Society: The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Space Weather, 11, #2, 50-51, 16 February 2013, doi: 10.1002/swe.20022.

658. Baker, D.N., G. Poh, D. Odstrcil, C.N. Arge, M. Benna, C.L. Johnson, H. Korth, D.J. Gersh-man, G.C. Ho, W.E. McClintock, T.A. Cassidy, A. Merkel, J.M. Raines, D. Schriver, J.A. Slavin, S.C. Solomon, P.M. Trávníček, R.M. Winslow, and T.H. Zurbuchen, Solar Wind Forcing at Mercury: WSA-ENLIL Model results, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, #1, 45-57, 31 January 2013, doi: 10.1029/2012JA018064.

659. Baker, D.N., M.K. Hudson, and A. Charo, Professional Societies and Space Weather Policy, Space Weather, 11, #8, 450, 5 August 2013, doi: 10.1002/swe.20076.

660. Baker, D.N., R.L. McPherron, and J. Birn, Edward Wheeler Hones, Jr., (1922-2012), Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 2013, doi: 10.1002/2013EO080006.

661. Baker, D.N., V. Hoxie, A. Jaynes, A. Kale, S.G. Kanekal, X. Li, G. Reeves, and H.E. Spence, James Van Allen and His Namesake NASA Mission, Eos, 94, #49, 3 December 2013.

662. Baker, D.N., X. Li, A. Pulkkinen, C. Ngwira, L. Mays, A. Galvin, and K. Simunac, A major solar eruptive event in July 2012: Defining extreme space weather scenarios, Space Weather v. 11, #10, 585-591, 19 September 2013, doi: 10.1002/swe.20097.

663. Claudepierre, S.G., Mann, K. Takahashi, J. Fennell, M. Hudson, J. Blake, J. Roeder, J. Clem-mons, H. Spence, G. Reeves, D. N. Baker, H. Funsten, R. Friedel, M. Henderson, C. Kletzing, W. Kurth, and J. Wygant, Van Allen Probes observation of localized drift-resonance between poloidal mode ultra-low frequency waves and 60 keV electrons, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, #17, 4491-4497, 27 August 2013, doi: 10.1002/grl.50901.

664. Dai, Lei, K. Takahashi, J. Wygant, L. Chen, J. Bonnell, C. Cattell, S. Thaller, C. Kletzing, C. Smith, R. MacDowall, D.N. Baker, J. Blake, J. Fennell, S. Claudepierre, H. Funsten, G. Reeves, and H. Spence, Excitation of poloidal standing Alfven waves through drift resonance wave-particle interaction, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, #16, 4127–4132, 2013.

665. Dai, L., K. Takahashi, J. Wygant, L. Chen, J. Bonnell, C. Cattell, S. Thaller, C. Kletzing, D.N. Baker, J. Blake, J. Fennell, S. Claudepierre, H. Funsten, G. Reeves, and H.E. Spence, Excitation of poloidal standing Alfven waves through the drift resonance wave-particle interaction, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, #16, 4127-4132, 31 July 2013, doi: 10.1002/grl.50800.

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666. DiBraccio, G.A., J.A. Slavin, S.A. Boardsen, B.J. Anderson, H. Korth, T.H. Zurbuchen, J.M. Raines, D.N. Baker, R.L. McNutt, Jr., and S.C. Solomon, MESSENGER Observations of Magnetopause Structure and Dynamics at Mercury, J. Geophys. Res., 118, #3, 997-1008, 18 January 2013, doi: 10.1002/jgra.50123, 2013.

667. Gershman, D.M., J. Slavin, J. Raines, T. Zurbuchen, B. Anderson, H. Korth, D.N. Baker, and S.C. Solomon, Magnetic flux pile-up and plasma depletion in Mercury’s subsolar magnetosheath, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, #11, 7181-7199, 22 October 2013, doi: 10.1002/2013JA019244.

668. Li, X., D.N. Baker, et al., First results from CSSWE CubeSat: Characteristics of relativistic electrons in the near-Earth environment during the October 2012 magnetic storms, J. Geophys. Res., 118, 10, 6489-6499, 12 October 2013, doi: 10.1002/2013JA019342.

669. Mann, I.R., E.A. Lee, S.G. Claudepierre, J.F. Fennell, A. Degeling I.J. Rae, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, L.G. Ozeke, R. Rankin, D.K. Milling, A. Kale, R.H. W. Friedel, and F. Honary, Discovery of the action of a geophysical synchrotron in the Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts, Nature Communications, 4, 2795, 19 November 2013, doi:10.1038/ncomms3795.

670. Morley, S.K., M.G. Henderson, G.D. Reeves, R.H.W. Friedel, and D.N. Baker, Phase Space Density matching of relativistic electrons using the Van Allen Probes: REPT results, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, #18, 4798-4802, 4 September 2013, doi: 10.1002/grl.50909.

671. Ngwira, C. A.A. Pulkkinen, M.L. Mays, M.M. Kuznetsova, A. Galvin, K. Simunac, D.N. Baker, X. Li, V. Zheng, and A. Glocer, Simulation of the 23 July 2012 extreme space weather event: what if this extremely rare CME was Earth-directed?, Space Weather, 11., #12, 671-679, 5 December 2013, doi: 10.1002/2013SW000990.

672. Raines, J. M., et al., Distribution and compositional variations of plasma ions in Mercury's space environment: The first three Mercury years of MESSENGER observations, J. Geophys. Res., 117, #4, 1604-1619, 29 April 2013, doi: 10.1029/2012JA018073.

673. Reeves, G.D., H. Spence, M. Henderson, S. Morley, R.H.W. Friedel, H. Funsten, D.N. Baker, S. Kanekal, J. Blake, J. Fennell, S. Claudepierre, R. Thorne, D. Turner, C. Kletzing, W. Kurth, B. Larsen, and J. Niehof, Electron acceleration in the heart of the Van Allen Radiation Belts, Science, Vol. 341, #6149, 991-994, 30 August 2013, doi: 10.1126/science.1237743.

674. Shprits, Y.Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Unusual stable trapping of the ultra-relativistic electrons in the Van Allen radiation belts, Nature Physics, 9, #11, 699-703, 22 September 2013, doi:10.1038/nphys2760.

675. Spence, H.E., D.N. Baker, et al., Science Goals and Overview of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Energetic Particle, Composition, and Thermal Plasma (ECT) Suite on NASA’s Van Allen Probes Mission, Space Sci. Rev., 179, 311–336, 18 October 2013, doi:10.1007/s11214-013-0007-5.

676. Thorne, R.M., W. Li, B. Ni, Q. Ma, J. Bortnik, D.N. Baker, H.E. Spence, G.D. Reeves, M.G. Henderson, C.A. Kletzing, W.S. Kurth, G.B. Hospodarsky, D. Turner, and V. Angelopoulos, Evolution and slow decay of an unusual narrow ring of relativistic electrons near L~ 3.2 following the September 2012 magnetic storm, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, #14, 3507-3511, 5 June 2013, doi: 10.1002/grl.50627.

677. Thorne, R.M., W. Li, B. Ni, Q. Ma, J. Bortnik, L. Chen, D.N. Baker, H.E. Spence, G. Reeves, M. Henderson, C. Kletzing, W. Kurth, G. Hospodasky, J. Blake, J. Fennell, S. Claudepierre, and S.G. Kanekal, Rapid local acceleration of relativistic radiation belt electrons by magnetospheric chorus, Nature, 504, 411–414, 18 December 2013, doi: 10.1038/nature12889.

678. Winslow, R.M., et al., Mercury’s magnetopause and bow shock from MESSENGER observations, J. Geophys. Res., 118, #5, 2213-2227, 20 March 2013, doi: 10.1002/jgra.50237.

679. Wygant, J.R., D.N. Baker, et al., The Electric Field and Waves (EFW) instruments on the Radiation Belt Storm Probes Mission, Space Science Rev., 179, 183-220, 11 October 2013, doi: 10.1007/s11214-013-0013-7.

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680. Hudson, M.K., S.R. Elkington, J.G. Lyon, V.A. Marchenko, I. Roth, M. Temerin, and M.S. Gussenhoven, MHD/Particle Simulations of Radiation Belt Formation During a Storm Sudden Commencement, Geophysical Monograph Series, Editors: J.F. Lamaire, D. Heynderickx, and D.N. Baker, March, 2013.

2014 681. Baker, D.N., New Twists in Earth’s radiation belts, American Scientist, 102, #5, 374-381, September

2014, doi: 10.1511/2014.110.374. 682. Baker, D.N., A.N. Jaynes, V.C. Hoxie, R.M. Thorne, J.C. Foster, X. Li, J.F. Fennell, J.R. Wygant, S.G.

Kanekal, P.J. Erickson, W. Kurth, W. Li, Q. Ma, Q. Schiller, L. Blum, D.M. Malaspina, A. Gerrard, and L.J. Lanzerotti, An impenetrable barrier to ultra-relativistic electrons in the Van Allen Radiation Belt, Nature, 515, 531-534, 26 November 2014, doi:10.1038/nature13956.

683. Baker D.N., A. Jaynes, X. Li, M.G. Henderson, S.G. Kanekal, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, S.G. Claudepierre, J.F. Fennell, M.K. Hudson, R.M. Thorne, J.C. Foster, P.J. Erickson, D.M. Malaspina, J.R. Wygant, A. Boyd, C.A. Kletzing, A. Drozdov, and Y.Y. Shprits, Gradual diffusion and punctuated phase space density enhancements of highly relativistic electrons: Van Allen Probes Observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #5, 1351-1358, 15 January 2014, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058942, published online 16 March 2014.

684. Baker, D.N., J.M. Jackson, and L.K. Thompson, Predicting and Mitigating Socioeconomic Impacts of Extreme Space Weather: Benefits of Improved Forecasts, in Extreme Natural Hazards, Disaster Risks and Societal Implications, Cambridge Univ. Press, April 2014, ISBN: 9781107033863.

685. Boyd, A.J., H.E. Spence, S. Claudepierre, J. Fennell, J. Blake, D.N. Baker, G. Reeves, D. Turner, and H. Funsten, Quantifying the Radiation Belt Seed Population in the March 17, 2013 Electron Acceleration Event, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #7, 2275-2281, doi: 10.1002/2014GL059626, 2 April 2014.

686. Drozdov, A. Y., Y. Y. Shprits, D. A. Subbotin, A. C. Kellerman, D. N. Baker, J. B. Blake, and H. E. Spence, Comparison of the Van Allen probes observations with the long-term simulations of the dynamics of the radiation belts’ evolution with the VERB code, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 120, 3574–3587, doi: 10.1002/ 2014JA020637.

687. Drozdov, A., D.N. Baker, et al., Energetic, relativistic, and ultrarelativistic electrons: Comparison of long‐term VERB code simulations with Van Allen Probes measurements, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 120, #5, 3574-3587, 16 April 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020637.

688. Foster, J.C., P.J. Erickson, D.N. Baker, S.G. Claudepierre, C.A. Kletzing, W. Kurth, G.D. Reeves, S.A. Thaller, H.E. Spence, Y.Y. Shprits, and J.R. Wygant, Prompt energization of relativistic and highly relativistic electrons during substorm intervals: Van Allen Probes Observation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #1, 20-25, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058438, 19 December 2013.

689. Foster, J.C., D.N. Baker, et al., Dual satellite investigation of local acceleration of MeV radiation belt electrons. J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1002/2014JA020852, 2014.

690. Gershman, D.J., J.A. Slavin, J.M. Raines, T.H. Zurbuchen, B.J. Anderson, H. Korth, D.N. Baker, and S.C. Solomon, Ion kinetic properties in Mercury’s pre-midnight plasma sheet, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41(16), 5740-5747, 21 June 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014GL060468.

691. Hudson, M.K., D.N. Baker, J. Goldstein, B.T. Kress, J. Paral, F.R. Toffoletto, and M. Wiltberger, Simulated magnetopause losses and Van Allen probe flux dropouts, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 34, 1113-1118, doi: 10.1002/2014GL059222, 29 January 2014.

692. Jaynes, A.N., X. Li, Q Schiller, L. Blum, W. Tu, D. Malaspina, D. Turner, B. Ni, J. Bortnik, D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and J. Wygant, Evolution of relativistic outer belt electrons during extended quiescent period, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #12, 20 October 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020125.

693. Li, W., R. M. Thorne, Q. Ma, B. Ni, J. Bortnik, D. N. Baker, H. E. Spence, G. D. Reeves, S. G. Kanekal, J. C. Green, C. A. Kletzing, W. S. Kurth, G. B. Hospodarsky, J. B. Blake, J. F. Fennell, and S. G. Claudepierre, Radiation belt electron acceleration by chorus waves during the 17 March 2013 storm, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #6, 4681-4693, doi: 10.1002/2014JA019945, 6 June 2014.

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694. Li, X., D.N. Baker, et al., Upper limit on the inner radiation belt MeV electron intensity, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #2, 1215-1228, 18 January 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014ja020777.

695. Liu, S., D.N. Baker, et al., Van Allen Probes observations linking radiation belt electrons to chorus waves during 2014 multiple storms, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #2, 938-948, 6 January 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014ja020781.

696. O’Brien, T.P., S.G. Claudepierre, J.F. Fennell, J.B. Blake, H.E. Spence, G.D. Reeves, H.O. Funsten, and D.N. Baker, An empirically observed pitch-angle diffusion Eigenmode in the Earth’s electron belt near L*=5.0, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #2, 251-258, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058713, 8 January 2014.

697. Selesnick, R.S., D.N. Baker, A.N. Jaynes, X. Li, S.G. Kanekal, M.K. Hudson, and B.T. Kress, Observations of the inner radiation belt: CRAND and trapped solar protons, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #8, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020188, 6 August 2014.

698. Shen, C., D.N. Baker, et al., Direct calculation of the ring current distribution and magnetic structure seen by Cluster during geomagnetic storms, J. Geophys. Res., 119(4), 2458-2465, doi: 10.1002/2013JA019460, 15 March 2014.

699. Sigsbee, K., et al., Van Allen Probes, THEMIS, GOES, and Cluster observations of EIC waves, ULF pulsations, and an electron flux dropout, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #3, 1990-2008, 28 January 2016, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020877.

700. Slavin, J. A., et al. (2014), MESSENGER observations of Mercury’s dayside magnetosphere under extreme solar wind conditions, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 119, #10, 23 August 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020319.

701. Su, Z., H. Zhu, F. Xiao, H. Zheng, G. Wang, Z. He, C. Shen, C. Shen, C. Wang, R. Liu, B. Miao, M. Zhang, S. Wang, C. A. Kletzing, W. S. Kurth, G. B. Hospodarsky, H. E. Spence, G. D. Reeves, H. O. Funsten, J. B. Blake, D. N. Baker, and J. R. Wygant, Intense duskside lower band chorus waves observed by Van Allen Probes: Generation and potential acceleration effect on radiation belt electrons, J. Geophys. Res., 119, # 6, 4266–4273, 16 May 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014JA019919.

702. Su, Z., D.N. Baker, et al., Quantifying the relative contributions of substorm injections and chorus waves to the rapid outward extension of electron radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #12, 10,023-10,040, 2 December 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020709.

703. Su, Zhenpeng, et al., Nonstorm-time reformation of electron radiation belt observed by the Van Allen Probes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #2, 229-235, 3 January 2014, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058912.

704. Tu, Weichao, G. Cunningham, Y. Chen, S. Morley, G. Reeves, J. Blake, D.N. Baker, and H.E. Spence, Event-specific chorus wave and electron seed population models in DREAM3D using the Van Allen Probes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #5, 1359-1366, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058819, 1 February 2014.

705. Tu, Weichao, G. Cunningham, Y. Chen, S. Morley, G. Reeves, J. Blake, D.N. Baker, and H.E. Spence, Modeling Radiation Belt Electron Dynamics with the DREAM3D Diffusion Model, Los Alamos National Laboratory, doi: 10.2172/1120721, 14 February 2014.

706. Turner, D. L., V. Angelopoulos, S. K. Morley, M. G. Henderson, G. D. Reeves, W. Li, D. N. Baker, S. G. Claudepierre, J. B. Blake, C.-L. Huang, A. J. Boyd, H. E. Spence, and J. V. Rodriguez, On the cause and extent of outer radiation belt losses during the 30 September 2012 dropout event, J. Geophys. Res., 119(3), 1530-1540, doi: 10.1002/2013JA019446, 24 February 2014.

707. Turner, D. L., V. Angelopoulos, W. Li, J. Bortnik, B. Ni, Q. Ma, R. M. Thorne, S. K. Morley, M. G. Henderson, G. D. Reeves, M. Usanova, I. R. Mann, S. G. Claudepierre, J. B. Blake, D. N. Baker, C. L.

Huang, H. Spence, W. Kurth, C. Kletzing, and J. V. Rodriguez, Competing source and loss mechanisms due to wave-particle interactions in Earth's outer radiation belt during the 30 Sep. - 03 Oct. 2012

geomagnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #3, 1960-1979, doi: 10.1002/2014ja019770, 3 March 2014.

708. Usanova, M. E., A. Drozdov, K. Orlova, I. R. Mann, Y. Shprits, M. T. Robertson, D. L. Turner, D. K. Milling, A. Kale, D. N. Baker, S. A. Thaller, G. D. Reeves, H. E. Spence, C. Kletzing, and J. Wygant, Effect of EMIC

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waves on relativistic and ultra-relativistic electron populations: Ground-based and Van Allen Probes Observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #5, 1375-1381, doi: 10.1002/2013gl059024, 12 February 2014.

709. Xiao, F., D.N. Baker, et al., Chorus acceleration of radiation belt relativistic electrons during March 2013 geomagnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #5, 3325-3332, doi: 10.1002/2014JA019822, 3 May 2014.

710. Yu, Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Application and testing of the L* neural network with the self-consistent magnetic field model of RAM-SCB, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #3, 1683-1692, doi: 10.1002/2013ja019350, 14 February 2014.

711. Zhao, H., X. Li, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, S.G. Claudepierre, D.N. Baker, A.N. Jaynes, D.M. Malaspina, and S.G. Kanekal, Peculiar pitch angle distribution of relativistic electrons in the inner radiation belt and slot region, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #7, 2250-2257, doi: 10.1002/2014GL059725, 26 March 2014.

712. Zhou, Q., D.N. Baker, et al., Excitation of nightside magnetosonic waves observed by Van Allen Probes, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #11, 26 October 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014ja020481.

713. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, et al., Characteristics of pitch angle distributions of hundreds of keV electrons in the slot region and inner radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #12, 8 November 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020386.

714. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of Mercury's dayside magnetosphere under extreme solar wind conditions, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 119, #10, 2014.

715. Kissinger, J., D.N. Baker, et al., The importance of stormtime steady magnetospheric convection in determining the final relativistic electron flux level, J. Geophys. Res., 119, #9, 22 August 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014JA019948.

716. O’Brien, T.P., D.N. Baker, et al., An empirically observed pitch‐angle diffusion eigenmode in the Earth's electron belt near L* = 5.0, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #2, 2014.

717. Su, Z, D.N. Baker, et al., Nonstorm time dynamics of electron radiation belts observed by the Van Allen Probes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, #2, 2014.

2015 718. Hudson, M.K., D.N. Baker, et al., Modeling CME-shock-driven storms in 2012-2013: MHD test particle

simulations, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #2, 1168-1181, 19 January 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014ja020833. 719. Baker, D.N., and Committee on Survey of Surveys: Lessons learned from the Decadal Survey Process,

The Space Science Decadal Surveys; Lessons Learned and Best Practices, Space Studies Board, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Academies Press, www.nap.edu, October 2015, ISBN: 978-0-309-37735-5.

720. Baker, D.N., and T.M. Woods, Obituary of Charles A. Barth, 1930-2014, EOS, 98, #20, page 7, November 2015.

721. Reeves, G., et al., Energy dependent dynamics of keV to MeV electros in the inner zone, outer zone, and slot regions, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2015.

722. Baker, D.N., et al., Magnetospheric Multiscale Data Acquisition, Management, and Access, Space Sci. Rev., 199, 545–5754 February 2015, doi: 10.1007/s11214-014-0128-5.

723. Baker, D.N., Making Space Safer, Op-Ed, Space News, December 29, 2015. 724. Cutter, S. L., Ismail-Zadeh, A., Alcantara-Ayala, I., Altan, O., Baker, D. N., Briceno, S., Wu, G. Global Risks:

Pool knowledge to stem losses from disasters, Nature, 522(7556), 277-279, 15 June 2015, doi: 10.1038/522277a.

725. Dai, L., Wang, C., Duan, S., He, Z., Wygant, J. R., Cattell, C. A., Tang, X., Near-Earth injection of MeV electrons associated with intense dipolarization electric fields: Van Allen Probes observations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42(15), 6170-6179, 20 July 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL064955.

726. Dewey, R. M., Baker, D. N., Anderson, B. J., Benna, M., Johnson, C. L., Korth, H., Zurbuchen, T. H., Improving solar wind modeling at Mercury: Incorporating transient solar phenomena into the WSA-ENLIL model with the Cone extension. J. Geophys. Res., 120(7), 5667-5685. 14 July 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021194.

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727. Jaynes, A. N., Lessard, M. R., Takahashi, K., Ali, A. F., Malaspina, D. M., Michell, R. G., . . . Wygant, J. R. Correlated Pc4-5 ULF waves, whistler-mode chorus, and pulsating aurora observed by the Van Allen Probes and ground-based systems. Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, 120, #10, 8749-8761, 20 July 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021380.

728. Drozdov, A. Y., Shprits, Y. Y., Orlova, K. G., Kellerman, A. C., Subbotin, D. A., Baker, D. N., Reeves, G. D., Energetic, relativistic, and ultrarelativistic electrons: Comparison of long-term VERB code simulations with Van Allen Probes measurements. J. Geophys. Res., 120(5), 3574-3587. doi: 10.1002/2014JA020637, 2015.

729. Engebretson, M. J., Posch, J. L., Wygant, J. R., Kletzing, C. A., Lessard, M. R., Huang, C. -L., Shiokawa, K., Van Allen probes, NOAA, GOES, and ground observations of an intense EMIC wave event extending over 12 h in magnetic local time. J. Geophys. Res., 120(7), 5465-5488. 24 June 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021227.

730. Feldman, W.C., D.N. Baker, et al., Long duration neutron production by nonflaring transients in the solar corona, J. Geophys. Res., 120, 30 September 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021042.

731. Fennell, J.F., S. G. Claudepierre, J. B. Blake, T. P. O'Brien, J. H. Clemmons, D. N. Baker, H. E. Spence and G. D. Reeves, Van Allen Probes show that the inner radiation zone contains no MeV electrons: ECT/MagEIS data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #5, 1283-1289, 2 February 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014GL062874.

732. Foster, J.C., D.N. Baker, et al., Shock-induced prompt relativistic electron acceleration in the inner magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #3, 1651-1674, 10 January 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020642.

733. He, Y., Xiao, F., Zhou, Q., Yang, C., Liu, S., Baker, D. N., Blake, and J. B. Van Allen Probes observation and modeling of chorus excitation and propagation during weak geomagnetic activities, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #8, 6371-6385, 22 July 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021376.

734. Jakosky, B. M., et al., The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) Mission. Space Science Reviews, 195(1-4), 3-48, 9 April 2015, doi: 10.1007/s11214-015-0139-x.

735. Hudson, M.K., D.N. Baker, et al., Modeling CME-shock driven storms in 2012-2013: MHD-test particle simulations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 120, #2, 1168-1181, 19 January 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020833.

736. Ismail-Zade, A., D.N. Baker, et al., Assess disaster risk science to help reduce losses, Nature, 2015. 737. Su, Z., D.N. Baker, et al. Ultra-low-frequency wave-driven diffusion of radiation belt relativistic

electrons, Nature Communications., 6, 10096, 22 December 2015, doi: 10.1038/ncomms10096. 738. Jakosky, B., et al., MAVEN observations of the response of Mars to an interplanetary coronal mass

ejection, Science, 350, #6261, 6 November 2015, doi: 10.1126/science.aad0210. 739. Jaynes, A.N., D.N. Baker, et al., Source and seed populations for relativistic electrons: Their roles in

radiation belt changes, J. Geophys. Res., 120, 9, 7240-7254, 22 July 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021234. 740. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, et al., The evolution of ring current ion energy density and energy content during

geomagnetic storms based on Van Allen Probes measurements, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #9, 7493-7511, 25 August, 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021533.

741. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electron response to the combined magnetospheric impact of a coronal mass ejection overlapping with a high-speed stream: Van Allen Probes observations, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #9, 7629-7641, 1 September 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021395.

742. Lawrence, D.J., B.J. Anderson, D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, G.C. Ho, H. Korth, R.L. McNutt, Jr., P.N. Peplowski, S.C. Solomon, R.D. Starr, J.D. Vandegriff, and R.M. Winslow, Comprehensive survey of energetic electron events in Mercury’s magnetosphere with data from the MESSENGER Gamma-Ray and Neutron Spectrometer, J. Geophys. Res.: Space Physics, 120, 28 February 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020792.

743. Li, X., Selesnick, R. S., Baker, D. N., Jaynes, A. N., Kanekal, S. G., Schiller, Q., Blake, J. B., Upper limit on the inner radiation belt MeV electron intensity. J. Geophys. Res., 120(2), 1215-1228, 18 January 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020777.

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744. Lillis, R.J., D.N. Baker, et al., Characterizing atmospheric escape from Mars today and through time, with MAVEN, Space Science Reviews, 22 September 2015, 195, 357–422, doi: 10.1007/s11214-015-0165-8.

745. Ni, B., D.N. Baker, et al., Variability of the pitch angle distribution of radiation belt ultra-relativistic electrons during and following intense geomagnetic storms: Van Allen Probes observations, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #6, 4863-4876, 1 June 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021065.

746. O’Brien, T.P., D.N. Baker, et al., On the use of drift echoes to characterize on-orbit sensor discrepancies, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #3, 2076-2087, 4 February 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020859.

747. Rong, Z.J., D.N. Baker, et al., Time delay of interplanetary magnetic field penetration into Earth’s magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #5, 120, 3406-3414, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020452, May, 2015.

748. Su, Z., D.N. Baker, et al., Disappearance of plasmaspheric hiss waves following interplanetary shock, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #9, 3129-3140, 25 March 2015, doi. 10.1002/2015GL063906.

749. Sun, Wei-Jie, Q.-C Zong, J. M. Raines, Z. Yao, G.K. Poh, D.J. Gershman, T. Sundberg, B. Anderson, H. Korth, D.N. Baker, and J.A. Slavin, MESSENGER observations of magnetospheric substorm activity in Mercury’s near magnetotail, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #10, 3692-3699, 4 May 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL064052.

750. Xiao, F., D.N. Baker, et al., Wave-driven butterfly distribution of Van Allen belt relativistic electrons, Nature Communications, 6, #8590, 5 October 2015, doi: 10.1038/ncomms9590.

751. Yu, J., et al., Multiple loss processes of relativistic electrons outside the heart of outer radiation belt during a storm sudden commencement, Geophys. Res. Lett., 120, #12, 10,275-10,288, 10 November 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021460.

752. Zhu, Hui, Zhenpeng Su, Fuliang Xiao, Huinan Zheng, Yuming Wang, Chao Shen, Tao Xian, Shui Wang, C. A. Kletzing, W. S. Kurth, G. B. Hospodarsky, H. E. Spence, G. D. Reeves, H. O. Funsten, J. B. Blake and D. N. Baker, Plasmatrough exohiss waves observed by Van Allen Probes: Evidence for leakage from plasmasphere and resonant scattering of radiation belt electrons, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #4, 1012-1019, 2 February 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014GL062964.

753. Shprits, Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Combined convective and diffusive simulations: VERB‐4D comparison with 17 March 2013 Van Allen Probes observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #22, 9600-9608, 4 September 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL065230.

754. Bougher, S., G. Jakosky, D.N. Baker, et al., Early MAVEN Deep Dip campaign reveals thermosphere and ionosphere variability, Science, 350, #6261, 6 November 2015, doi: 10.1126/science.aad0459.

755. Jakosky, B.M., D.N. Baker, et al., MAVEN observations of the response of Mars to an inter-planetary coronal mass ejection, Science, 350, #6261, 2015.

756. Jaynes, A.N., D.N. Baker, et al., Correlated Pc4-5 ULF waves, whistler-mode chorus, and pulsating aurora observed by the Van Allen Probes and ground-based systems, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2015.

757. Xiao, F., D.N. Baker, et al., Penetration of magnetosonic waves into the plasmasphere observed by the Van Allen Probes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #18, 17287-7294, 11 September 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL065745.

758. Li, W., D.N. Baker, et al., Solar wind conditions leading to efficient radiation belt electron acceleration: A superposed epoch analysis, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #17, 6906-6915, 13 August 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL065342.

759. He, Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Van Allen Probes observation and modeling of chorus excitation and propagation during weak geomagnetic activities, J. Geophys. Res., 20, #8, 2015.

760. Fennell, J.F., D.N. Baker, et al., Van Allen Probes show that the inner radiation zone contains no MeV electrons: ECT/MagEIS data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #5, 2015.

761. Foster, J.C., J.R. Wygant, D.N. Baker, et al., Shock-induced prompt relativistic electron acceleration in the inner magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 120, #3, 2015.

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762. Tang, C.L., D.N. Baker, et al., The diamagnetic effect of the partial ring current on the outer radiation belt: Van Allen Probes observations, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2015.

763. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electron response driven by overlapping high speed stream and coronal mass ejection: Van Allen Probes Observations, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2015.

764. Jaynes, A.N., D.N. Baker, et al., Source and seed populations for relativistic electrons: Their roles in radiation belt changes, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, July, 2015.

765. Ma, Q., W. Li, D.N. Baker, et al., Modeling inward diffusion and slow decay of energetic electrons in the Earth's outer radiation belt, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, #4, 987-995, 3 February 2015, doi: 10.1002/2014GL062977.

766. Baker, D.N., Sorpresas en los cinturones de Van Allen, Investigación y ciencia, ISSN 0210-136X, No 471, 2015, págs. 70-77, 19 November 2015.

2016 767. Xiang, Zheng, D.N. Baker, et al., Multi-satellite simultaneous observations of magnetopause and

atmospheric losses of radiation belt electrons during an intense solar wind dynamic pressure pulse, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2016.

768. Alves, L., et al., Outer radiation belt dropout dynamics following the arrival of two interplanetary coronal mass ejections, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #3, 978-987, 28 December 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL067066, 2016.

769. Baker, D.N., Plasma Physics and the 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, 58, 104003, 6 September 2016, doi: 10.1088/0741-3335/58/10/104003.

770. Baker, DN., et al., Intense energetic-electron flux enhancements in Mercury's magnetosphere: An integrated view with high-resolution observations from MESSENGER, Jour. Geophys. Res., 121, #3, 2171-2184, 13 January 2016, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021778.

771. Baker, D.N., Wave and Particle measurements in Earth’s neighborhood: A historical Mission overview, Chapter 1 in Waves, Particles, and Storms in Geospace, A Complex Interplay, G. Balasis, I.A. Daglis, and I.R. Mann, editors, Oxford University Press, 2016, doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198705246.001.0001, ISBN 9780198705246.

772. Baker, D.N., A.N. Jaynes, S.G. Kanekal, J.C. Foster, P.J. Erickson, J.F. Fennell, J.B. Blake, G.D. Reeves, and H.E. Spence, Highly relativistic radiation belt electron acceleration, transport, and loss: Large solar storm events of March and June, 2015, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #7, 6647-6660, 9 July 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022502.

773. Baker, D.N., A.N. Jaynes, D.L Turner, R. Nakamura, D. Schmid, B. Mauk, I. Cohen, J.F. Fennell, J.B. Blake, R.J. Strangeway, C.T. Russell R.B. Torbert, J.C. Dorelli, D.J. Gershman, B.L. Giles, and J.L. Burch, A telescopic and microscopic examination of acceleration in the June 2015 geomagnetic storm: Magnetospheric MultiScale and Van Allen Probes study of substorm particle injection, Geophys Res. Lett., 43, #12, 6051-6059, 2016GL069643, 2016.

774. Baker, D.N., A.N. Jaynes, S.G. Kanekal, J.C. Foster, P.J. Erickson, J.F. Fennell, J.B. Blake, H. Zhao, X. Li, S. Elkington, M.G. Henderson, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, C.A. Kletzing, and J.R. Wygant, Highly relativistic radiation belt electron acceleration, transport, and loss: Large solar storm events of March and June 2015, J. Geophys. Res. – Space Physics, 121, #7, 2016.

775. Baker, D.N. and Louis J. Lanzerotti, Space Weather, American Journal of Physics, 84, 166; published online, February 2016.

776. Baker, D.N., and L.J. Lanzerotti, “Resource Letter” for Space Weather, Space Weather Quarterly, v. 14, #8, 528-529, 19 August 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016SW001485.

777. Baker, D.N., R.M. Dewey, D.J. Lawrence, J.O. Goldsten, P.N. Peplowski, H. Korth, J.A. Slav-in, S.J. Krimigis, B.J. Anderson, G.C. Ho, R.L. McNutt, J.M. Raines, D. Schriver, and S.C. Solomon, Intense energetic electron flux enhancements in Mercury’s magnetosphere: An integrated view with high-

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resolution observations from MESSENGER, J. Geophys. Res., v. 121, #3, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021778, online Jan 2016.

778. Baker, D.N., Becoming a Space Weather-Ready Nation, a Commentary, Space Weather Quarterly, Vol. 13, #4, 23 October 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016SW001555.

779. Baker, D.N., L. Reisberg, C.K. Pankratz, R.S. Penneton, B.L. Giles, F.D. Wilder, and R.E. Ergun, Magnetospheric multiscale instrument suite operations and data system, Space Science Reviews, 199, 545-575, doi:10.1007/s112014-0128-5, March 2016.

780. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, et al., The Fly’s Eye Energetic Particle spectrometer (FEEPS) sensors for the magnetospheric multiscale (MMS) mission, Space Science Review, 199, 309-329, 13 June 2015, doi: 10.1007/s11214-015-0163-x.

781. Boyd, A.J., D.N. Baker, et al., Statistical properties of the radiation belt seed population, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 25 July 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022652.

782. Burch, J.L., D.N. Baker, et al., Electron-scale measurements of magnetic reconnection in space, Science, 352, #6290, 3 June 2016., doi:10.1126/science.aaf2939.

783. Dewey, R.M., D.N. Baker, et al., Continuous solar wind forcing knowledge: Providing continuous conditions at Mars with the WSA-ENLIL + Cone model, J. Geophys. Res.: Space Physics, 121, #7, 6206-6222, 16 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021941.

784. Fennell, J.F., et al., Microinjections observed by MMS FEEPS in the dusk to midnight region, Geophys. Res., Lett., 43, #12, 6078-6086, 13 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069207.

785. Fisk, L., D.N. Baker, and N. Fox, The space weather forecasting imperative, Commentary in Space News, December, 2016.

786. Foster, J.C., et al., Observations of the impenetrable barrier, the plasmapause, and the VLF bubble during the 17 March 2015 storm, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #6, 5537-5548, 16 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022509.

787. Goldstein, J., D.N. Baker, et al., The relationship between the plasmapause and outer belt electrons, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 16 August 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023046.

788. Hao, Y.X., et al., Electron dropout echoes induced by interplanetary shock: Van Allen Probes Observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #11, 5597-5605, 16 May 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069140.

789. Ho, G., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of suprathermal electrons in Mercury’s magnetosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #2, 550–555, 28 January 2016 doi: 10.1002/2015GL066850.

790. Jaynes, A.N., et al., Energetic electron acceleration observed by MMS in the vicinity of an X-line crossing, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #14, 7356-7363, 8 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069206.

791. Kanekal, S.G., et al., Prompt acceleration of magnetospheric electrons to ultrarelativistic energies by the 17 March 2015 interplanetary shock, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #8, 7622-7635, 15 August 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022596.

792. Li, Jinxing, D.N. Baker et al., Ultrarelativistic electron butterfly distributions created by parallel acceleration due to magnetosonic waves, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #4, 3212-3222, 13 April 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022370.

793. Li, W., D.N. Baker et al., Radiation Belt Electron Acceleration During the 17 March 2015 Geomagnetic Storm: Observations and Simulations, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #6, 5520-5536, 10 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022400.

794. Liu, H., et al., Compressional ULF wave modulation of energetic particles in the inner magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #7, 6262-6276, 30 May 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022706.

795. Fennell, J., D.N. Baker, et al., Current energetic particle sensors, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 27 July 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022588.

796. Mann, I.R., D.N. Baker, et al., Explaining the dynamics of the ultra-relativistic third Van Allen radiation belt, Nature Physics, 12, 20 June 2016, doi:10.1038/nphys3799.

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797. Mauk, B.H., et al., The Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) investigation and the Energetic Ion Spectrometer (IES) for the MMS Mission, Space Science Rev., 199, 2016.

798. Selesnick R.S. D.N. Baker, A. N. Jaynes, X. Li, 3, S. G. Kanekal, M. K. Hudson, and B. T. Kress, Inward diffusion and loss of radiation belt protons, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #3, 1969-1978,10 February 2016, doi: doi: 10.1002/2015JA022154.

799. Shprits, Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Wave-induced loss of ultra-relativistic electrons in the Van Allen Radiation Belts, Nature Communications, 7, 28 September 2016, doi:10.1038/ncomms12883.

800. Sigsbee, K., et al., Van Allen Probes, THEMIS, GOES, and Cluster observations of EMI waves, ULF pulsations, and an electron flux dropout, J. Geophys. Res., 121(3), 1990-2008, 28 January 2016, doi: 10.1002/2014JA020877.

801. Su, Z., et al., Nonstorm time dropout of radiation belt electron fluxes on 24 September 2013, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #7, 6400-6416, 24 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022546.

802. Turner, D.L., et al., Energy limits of electron acceleration in the plasma sheet during substorms: A case study with the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 11 July 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069691.

803. Xiao, F., D.N. Baker, et al., Revealing the generation of extremely low frequency chorus in Van Allen radiation belts, Nature, 7, doi: 10.1038/ncomms12883, 2016.

804. Yang, C., et al., Rapid flattening of butterfly pitch angle distributions of radiation belt electron by whistler-mode chorus, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 16 August 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL070194.

805. Yu, J., et al., The influences of solar wind pressure and interplanetary magnetic field on global magnetic field and outer radiation belt electrons, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #14, 7319-7327, 15 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069029.

806. Zhang, X-J, et al., Physical mechanism causing rapid changes in ultrarelativistic electron pitch angle distributions right after a shock arrival: Evaluation of an electron dropout event, J. Geophys. Res., 121, 13 August 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022517.

807. Zhao, H., et al., Ring current electron dynamics during geomagnetic storms based on the Van Allen Probes measurements, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #4, 3333-3346, 16 April 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022358.

808. Zhou, Q., Evolution of chorus emissions into plasmaspheric hiss observed by Van Allen Probes, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #5, 4518-4529, 09 May 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022366.

809. Schiller, Q., S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, et al., Prompt injections of highly relativistic electrons induced by interplanetary shocks: A statistical study of Van Allen Probes observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #24, 12,317-12,324, 5 December 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL071628.

810. Ma., Q, W. Li, R.M. Thorne, D.N. Baker, et al., Characteristic energy range of electron scattering due to plasmaspheric hiss, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 121, #12, 15 November 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023311.

811. Tang, C.L., G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker, et al., Prompt enhancement of the Earth’s outer radiation belt due to substorm electron injections, J. Geophys. Res.: Space Physics, 121, #12, 6 December 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023550.

812. Zhang, J., A.J. Halford, A.A. Saikin, D.N. Baker, et al., EMIC waves and associated relativistic electron precipitation on 25-26 January, 2013, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #11, 28 October 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022918.

813. Zhang, A.-J., W. Li, Q. Ma, D.N. Baker, et al., Direct evidence for EMIC wave scattering of relativistic electrons in space, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #7, 6620-6631, 11 July 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022521.

814. Baker, D.N., et al., Highly relativistic radiation belt electron acceleration, transport, and loss: Large solar storm events of March and June 2015, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #7, 2016.

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815. Baker, D.N., A.N. Jaynes, et al., A telescopic and microscopic examination of acceleration in the June 2015 geomagnetic storm: Magnetospheric Multiscale and Van Allen Probes study of substorm particle injection, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #12, 6051-6059, 07 June 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069643.

816. Cohen, I.J., B.H. Mauk, D.N. Baker, et al., Observations of energetic particle escape at the magnetopause: Early results from the MMS Energetic Ion Spectrometer (EIS), Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #12, 5960-5968, 23 May 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL068689.

817. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, et al., Transient, small‐scale field‐aligned currents in the plasma sheet boundary layer during storm time substorms, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #10, 4841-4849, 12 May 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL068768.

818. Ma, Q., D.N. Baker, et al., Simulation of energy‐dependent electron diffusion processes in the Earth's outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., 121, #5, 4217-4231, 28 April 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA022507.

819. Li, Jinxing, B. Ni, D.N. Baker, et al., Formation of energetic electron butterfly distributions by magnetosonic waves via Landau resonance, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, #7, 6 March 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL067853.

820. Souza, V.M., D.N. Baker, et al., A neural network approach for identifying particle pitch angle distributions in Van Allen Probes data, Space Weather, 14, #4, 275-284, 11 March 2016, doi: 10.1002/2015SW001349.

821. Baker, D.N., Resource Letter SW1: Space Weather, Amer. J. of Physics, 84, 166, 19 February 2016, doi: 10.1119/1.4938403.

822. Mauk, B.H., J.B. Blake, D.N. Baker, et al., The Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) Investigation and the Energetic Ion Spectrometer (EIS) for the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission, Space Science Rev., 199, #1-4, 471-514, 28 June 2014, doi: 10.1007/s11214-014-0055-5.

823. Reeves, G.D., D.N. Baker, et al., Energy-dependent dynamics of keV to MeV electrons in the inner zone, outer zone, and slot regions, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 121, #1, 397-412, 28 December 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015JA021569.

824. Morley, S., D.N. Baker, et al., The Global Positioning System constellation as a space weather monitor. Comparison of electron measurements with Van Allen Probes data, Space Weather, 14, #2, 76-92, 25 January 2016, doi: 10.1002/2015SW001339.

825. Foster, J.C., et al., Van Allen Probes observations of prompt MeV radiation belt electron acceleration in non-linear interactions with VLF Chorus, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #1, 31 December 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023429.

826. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, et al., Near-instantaneous acceleration of magnetospheric electrons to ultra-relativistic energies by the powerful interplanetary shock during 17 March 2015, JGR, Space Physics, 121, #8, 2016.

827. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, et al., Radiation Belts, Space Weather Fundamentals, Book Chapter, Chapter 10, 173-184, ISBN 9781498749077, 30 September 2016.

2017 828. Selesnick, R.S., D.N. Baker, and S.G. Kanekal, Proton straggling in the silicon detector, Nuclear

Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B, vol. 394, 145-152, March 2017, doi: 10.1016/j.nimb.2017.01.028.

829. Gombosi, T.I., D.N. Baker, et al., Anthropogenic Space Weather, Space Science Reviews, doi: 10.1007/s11214-017-0357-5, 13 April 2017.

830. Chaston, C.C., J.W. Bonnell, J.R. Wygant, G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker, D.B. Melrose, and I.H. Cairns, Radial transport of radiation belt electrons in kinetic field-line resonances, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, #16, doi: 10.1002/2017GL074587, 25 July 2017.

831. Cassack, P.A., A.G. Emslie, A.J. Halford, D.N. Baker, H.E. Spence, S.K. Avery, L.A. Fisk, Space Physics and Policy for Contemporary Society, J. Geophys. Research, Space Physics, 122, #4, 20 April 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024219.

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832. Baker, D.N., A.N. Jaynes, P.J. Erickson, J.F. Fennell, J.C. Foster, and P.T. Verronen, Space Weather Effects in the Earth’s Radiation Belts, International Space Science Institute (ISSI), Space Science Reviews, 214, #17, 2017.

833. Kosinen, H., D. N. Baker, et al., Achievements and challenges in the science of space weather, Space Science Reviews, Volume 212, Issue 3-4, pp. 1137-1157, 1 August 2017, doi: 10.1007/s11214-017-0390-4.

834. Gombosi, T.I., D.N. Baker, A. Balogh, P.J. Erickson, J.D. Huba, and L.J. Lanzerotti, Anthropogenic space weather, Space Science Reviews, vol. 212, 2017.

835. Baker, D.N., M. Panasyuk, Discovering Earth’s radiation belts, Physics Today 70, 12, 46, 1 December 2017; doi: 10.1063/PT.3.3791.

836. Turner, D.L., J.H. Lee, S.G. Claudepierre, D.N. Baker, et al., Examining Coherency Scales, Substructure, and Propagation of Whistler Mode Chorus Elements With Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS), Space Physics, 122, #11, 13 October 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024474.

837. Turner, D.L., D.N. Baker, et al., Multipoint Observations of Energetic Particle Injections and Substorm Activity During a Conjunction Between Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) and Van Allen Probes, JGR: Space Physics, 122, #11, 25 September 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024554.

838. Moya, P., V.A. Pinto, D.N. Baker, et al., On the effect of geomagnetic storms on Relativistic Electrons in the Outer Radiation Belt: Van Allen Probes Observations, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #11, 19 October 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024735.

839. Matsui, H., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electron increase during chorus wave activities on the 6-8 March 2016 geomagnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res., 12, #11, 30 October 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024540.

840. Xiao, F., et al., Generation of extremely low frequency chorus in Van Allen radiation belts, J. Geophys Res., 122, 2017.

841. Ma, Q., D.N. Baker, et al., Diffusive transport of several hundred keV electrons in the Earth’s slot region, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #10, 29 Septmeber 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024452.

842. Su, J., D.N. Baker, et al., Rapid loss of radiation belt relativistic electrons by EMIC waves, J. Geophys. Res, Space Physics, 122, #10, 31 August 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024169.

843. Tang, C.L., D.N. Baker, et al., The effects of magnetospheric processes on relativistic electron dynamics in the Earth’s outer radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 122, #10, 9880-9897, 11 August 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024407.

844. Xiang, Z., D.N. Baker, et al., Understanding the mechanisms of radiation belt dropouts observed by Van Allen Probes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 122(10), 9858-9879, 30 August 2017, doi:10.1002/2017JA024487.

845. Cohen, I.J., Barry H. Mauk, Brian J. Anderson, Joseph H. Westlake, David G. Sibeck, Drew L. Turner, Joseph R. Fennell, J.B. Blake, Allison N. Jaynes, D.N. Baker, et al., Statistical analysis of MMS observations of energetic electron escape observed at/beyond the dayside magnetopause, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #9, 01 August 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024401.

846. Alves, L. R., D.N. Baker, et al., The role of solar wind structures in the generation of ULF waves in the inner magnetosphere, Solar Physics, 7, #2, July 2017, doi: 10.1007/s11207-017-1113-4.

847. Zhou, Q., D.N. Baker, et al., Generation of lower and upper bands of electrostatic electron cyclotron harmonic waves in the Van Allen radiation belts, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, #11, 5251-5258, 22 May 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017GL073051.

848. Lanzerotti, L., D.N. Baker, Space weather research: Earth’s radiation belts, Space Weather, 15, #6, 26 May 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017SW001654.

849. Yang, C., D.N. Baker, et al., A positive correlation between energetic electron butterfly distributions and magnetosonic waves in the radiation belt slot region, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, #9, 29 March 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017GL073116.

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850. Li, X., D.N. Baker, et al., Radiation belt electron dynamics at low L (<4): Van Allen Probes era versus previous two solar cycles, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #5, 28 April 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA023924.

851. Tang, C.L., D.N. Baker, et al., Radiation belt seed population and its association with the relativistic electron dynamics: A statistical study, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #5, 4 May 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA023905.

852. Li, L.Y., D.N. Baker, et al., Roles of whistler-mode waves and magnetosonic waves in changing the outer radiation belt and the slot region, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #5, 26 April 2017, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023634.

853. Ozeke, L.G., I.R. Mann, D.N. Baker, et al., Ultra-relativistic radiation belt extinction and ULF wave radial diffusion: Modeling the September 2014 extended dropout event, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, #6, 02 March 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017GL072811.

854. Xiao, F., D.N. Baker, et al., Generation of extremely low frequency chorus in Van Allen radiation belts, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #3, 2 March 2017, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023561.

855. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, et al., On the relation between radiation belt electrons and solar wind parameters/geomagnetic indices: dependence on the first adiabatic invariant and L*, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #2, 18 January 2017, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023658.

856. Turner, D.L., T.P. O’Brien, D.N. Baker, et al., Investigating the source of near-relativistic and relativistic electrons in Earth’s inner radiation belt, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #1, 16 December 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016JA023600.

857. Jones, A.D., S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, et al., SAMPEX observations of the South Atlantic anomaly secular drift during solar cycles 22-24, Space Weather, 15, #1, 21 November 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016SW001525.

858. Liu, N., D.N. Baker, et al., Simultaneous disappearances of plasmaspheric hiss, exohiss, and chorus waves triggered by a sudden decrease in solar wind dynamic pressure, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, #1, 29 December 2016, doi: 10.1002/2016GL071987.

859. Dewey, R.M., J.A. Slavin, J.M. Raines, D.N. Baker, and D.J. Lawrence, Energetic electron acceleration and injection during dipolarization events in Mercury's magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #12, 27 November 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024617.

860. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, et al., Van Allen Probes Measurements of Energetic Particle Deep Penetration Into the Low L Region (L < 4) During the Storm on 8 April 2016, J. Geophys. Res., 122, #12, 6 November 2017, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024558.

861. Gao, Zhonglei, D.N. Baker, et al., Amplification of exohiss waves by substorm-injected energetic electrons in the dayside magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 2017.

862. Medeiros, C., D.N. Baker, et al., Investigating an unusual pitch angle distribution during the electron flux dropout on September 12, 2014, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 2017.

863. Selesnick, R.S., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, V.C. Hoxie, and X. Li, Modeling the proton radiation belt with Van Allen Probes relativistic electron-proton telescope data, J. Geophys. Res., doi: 101002/2017JA024661, 2017.

2018 864. Selesnick, R.S., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, V.C. Hoxie, and X. Li, Modeling the proton radiation belt

with Van Allen Probes relativistic electron-proton telescope data, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 123, Issue 1, pp. 685-697, doi: 10.1002/2017JA024661, 14 November 2017.

865. Riley, P., D.N. Baker, Y.D. Liu P. Verronen, H. Singer, and M. Gu d̈el, Extreme space weather events: From cradle to grave, Space Science Reviews, 214:Article 21,doi: 10.1007/s11214-017-0456-3, 20 December 2017.

866. Baker, D.N., P.J. Erickson, J.F. Fennell, J.C. Foster, A.N. Jaynes, and P.T. Verronen., Space Weather Effects in the Earth’s radiation belts, Space Science Reviews, Volume 214, Issue 1, article id. 17, 60 pp., doi: 10.1007/s11214-017-0452-7, 12 December 2017.

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867. Li X., Selesnick R., Schiller Q., Zhang K., Zhao H., Baker D.N., Temerin M.A., Measurement of electrons from albedo neutron decay and neutron density in near-Earth space, Nature, Volume 552, pp. 382-385, doi: 10.1038/nature24642, 13 December 2017

868. Lentz, C.L., D.N. Baker, A.N. Jaynes, R.M. Dewey, C.O. Lee, D.A. Brain, and J.S. Halekas, Statistical similarities between WSA-ENLIL+Cone Model and MAVEN in situ observations from November 2014 to March 2016, Space Weather, doi: 10.1002/2017SW001671, 26 December 2017.

869. Worman, S., Howell S.T., T. Onsager, J. Adkins, Jeffery, D. Daniel, K. Forbes. (2018). Chapter: The Social and Economic Impacts of Moderate and Severe Space Weather, Book: Extreme Events In Geospace, pp. 701-710, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-812700-1.00029-7, January 2018.

870. Bortnik, J., D.N. Baker, et al., Artificial neural networks for determining magnetospheric conditions, in Machine Learning Techniques for Space weather, edited by E. Camporeale, et al., Elsevier, Chapter 11, pp. 279-300, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-811788-0.00011-1, January 2018.

871. Souza, V.M., D.N. Baker, et al, Classification of magnetospheric particle distributions via neural networks, in Machine Learning techniques for space weather, edited by E. Camporeale, et al., Elsevier, Chapter 13, pp. 329-353, 10.1016/B978-0-12-811788-0.00013-5 , January 2018.

872. Mann, I.R., Ozeke, L.G., Morley, S.K., Murphy, K.R., Claudepierre, S.G., Turner, D.L., Baker, D.N., Rae, I.J., Kale, A., Milling, D.K., Boyd, A.J., Spence, H.E., Singer, H.J., Dimitrakoudis, S., Daglis, I.A. and Honary, F. 2018. Reply to ‘The dynamics of Van Allen belts revisited’. Nature Physics 14(2), pp. 103–104. doi: 10.1038/nphys4351, 1 February 2018.

873. Chaston, C.C., J.W. Bonnell, D.N. Baker, et al., Radiation Belt "Dropouts" and Drift-Bounce Resonances in Broadband Electromagnetic waves, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 5, pp. 2128-2137, doi: 10.1002/2017GL076362, 6 February 2018.

874. Ma, Q., D.N. Baker, et al., Quantitative evaluation of radial diffusion and local acceleration process during GEM challenge events, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 123, Issue 3, pp. 1938-1952, doi: 10.1002/2017JA025114, 1 March 2018.

875. Murphy, K.R., D.N. Baker, et al., The global statistical response of the outer radiation belt during geomagnetic storm, The Global Statistical Response of the Outer Radiation Belt During Geomagnetic Storms, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 9, pp. 3783-3792, doi: 10.1002/2017GL076674, 2 April 2018.

876. Zhao, H., Friedel, R. H. W., Chen, Y., Reeves, G. D., Baker, D. N., Li, X., et al., An empirical model of radiation belt electron pitch angle distributions based on Van Allen Probes measurements, Journal Geophysical Research, Space Physics: 123, 3493–3511, doi: 10.1029/2018JA025277, 17 April 2018.

877. Claudepierre, S., and D.N. Baker, Particle dynamics in the Earth's Radiation Belts, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, in press, 1 May 2018, https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/toc/10.1002/(ISSN)2169-9402.PDRADBELTS1

878. Nikoukar, Romina, D.J. Lawrence, P.N. Peplowski, R.M. Dewey, H. Korth, D.N. Baker, and R.L. McNutt, Jr., Statistical Study of Mercury's energetic electron events as observed by the Gamma-Ray and Neutron Spectrometer instrument onboard MESSENGER, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 123, Issue 6, pp. 4961-4978, doi: 10.1029/2018JA025339, 21 May 2018.

879. Boyd, A.M., D.L. Turner, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, What causes radiation belt enhancements?: A survey of the Van Allen Probes Era, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 11, pp. 5253-5259, doi: 10.1029/2018GL077699, 29 May 2018.

880. Lanzerotti, L.J., and D.N. Baker, International Geophysical Year: Space Weather Impacts in February 1958, Space Weather, 16, doi: 10.1029/2018SW001839, 31 May 2018.

881. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, X. Li, A.N. Jaynes, and S.G. Kanekal, The acceleration of ultrarelativistic electrons during a small to moderate storm of 21 April 2017, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 12, pp. 5818-5825, doi: 10.1029/2018GL078582, 12 June 2018.

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882. Tang, C.L., X. J. Xie, B. Ni, Z.P. Su, G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker, et al., Rapid Enhancements of the Seed Populations in the Heart of the Earth's Outer Radiation Belt: A Multicase Study, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 123, Issue 6, pp. 4895-4907J, doi: 10.1029/2017JA025142, 12 June 2018.

883. Engebretson, M., J.L Posch, J. Braun, W. Li, Q. Ma, A. Kellerman, C.-L. Huang, G. Kanekal, C. Kletzing, R. Wygant, H. Spence, D.N. Baker, R. Fennell, V. Angelopoulos, H. Singer, R. Lessard, B. Horne, T. Raita, K. Shiokawa, and E. Ermakova, EMIC wave events during the four GEM QARBM Challenge intervals, J. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 123, Issue 8, pp. 6394-6423, doi: 10.1029/2018JA025505, 15 July 2018.

884. Baker, D.N., and A. Chandran, Space, still the final frontier, Science Magazine, Editorial, Volume 361, Issue 6399, pp. 207, doi: 10.1126/science.aau7631, 20 July 2018.

885. Chaston, C.C., J.W. Bonnell, A.J. Halford, G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker, C.A. Kletzing, and J.R. Pitch Angle Scattering and Loss of Radiation Belt Electrons in Broadband Electromagnetic Waves, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 18, pp. 9344-9352, doi: 10.1029/2018GL079527, 5 September 2018.

886. Turner D.L., Wilson III L.B., Liu T.Z., Cohen I.J., Schwartz S.J., Osmane A., Fennell J.F., Clemmons J.H., Blake J.B., . Westlake J., Mauk B.H., Jaynes A.N., Leonard T., Baker D.N., Strangeway R.J., Russell C.T., Gershman D.J., . Avanov L., Giles B.L., Torbert R.B., Broll J., Gomez R.G., Fuselier S.A., Burch J.L., Autogenous and efficient acceleration of energetic ions upstream of Earth’s bow shock, Nature volume 561, Issue 7722, pages206–210 (2018), doi: 10.1038/s41586-018-0472-9, 12 September 2018.

887. A.N. Jaynes A.N., Ali A.F., Elkington S.R, Malaspina D.M., Baker D.N., Li. X., Kanekal S.G, Henderson M.G., Kletzing C.A., Wygant J.R., Fast Diffusion of Ultrarelativistic Electrons in the Outer Radiation Belt: 17 March 2015 Storm Event, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 20, pp. 10,874-10,882, doi: 10.1029/2018GL079786, 19 September 2018

888. Baker, D. N., B. Feldman, D. McComas, S. Schwartz, and M. Thomsen (2018), John T. “Jack” Gosling (1938–2018), Eos, 99, doi: 10.1029/2018EO106371. 26 September 2018.

889. Schiller, Q., S.G. Kanekal, A. Boyd, L. Blum, A. Jones, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, On the cause of two prompt shock-induced relativistic electron depletion events, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Volume 177, p. 208-217, doi: 10.1016/j.jastp.2017.08.017, October 2018

890. Gao, Zhonglei, D.N. Baker, et al., Exohiss wave enhancement following substorm electron injection in the dayside magnetosphere, Earth and Planetary Physics, vol. 2, issue 5, pp. 359-370, doi: 10.26464/epp2018033, 16 October 2018.

891. McComas, D.J., D.N. Baker, et al., Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP): A new NASA Mission, Space Science Reviews, Volume 214, Issue 8, article id. 116, 54 pp, doi: 10.1007/s11214-018-0550-1, 22 October 2018.

892. Pinto, V.A., D.N. Baker, et al., Characteristics, Occurrence, and decay rates of remnant belts associated with three-belt events in the Earth's radiation belts, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 22, pp. 12,099-12, doi: 10.1029/2018GL080274, 31 October 2018.

893. Jakosky, B. M.; Brain, D.; Chaffin, M.; Curry, S.; Deighan, J.; Grebowsky, J.; Halekas, J.; Leblanc, F.; Lillis, R.; Luhmann, J. G.; Andersson, L.; Andre, N.; Andrews, D.; Baird, D.; Baker, D.; Bell, J.; Benna, M.; Bhattacharyya, D.; Bougher, S.; Bowers, C., Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through time; Icarus, Volume 315, p. 146-157, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2018.05.030, November 2018.

894. Baker, D.N., Response: Daniel N. Baker, 2018 William Bowie Medal, EOS, https://eos.org/agu-news/daniel-n-baker-receives-2018-william-bowie-medal, 17 December 2018.

895. Baker, D.N., Preserving our eyes in the sky - The threat of new exo-atmospheric nuclear explosions has never been higher, SpaceNews, Vol. 29, 201, https://spacenews.com/op-ed-preserving-our-eyes-in-the-sky/, 19 December 2018.

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896. Torbert, R.B., D.N. Baker, et al., Electron-scale dynamics of the diffusion region during symmetric magnetic reconnection in space, Space Physics, Science, vol. 362, Issue 6421, pp. 1391-1395, doi: 10.1126/science.aat2998, 21 December 2018.

2019 897. Peterson, W.K., Baker D.N., Barton C.E., Fox P., Parsons M.A., and CoBabe-Ammann E.A., Encyclopedia

of Solid Earth Geophysics, 1-3, 2019, doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8702-7_199, 2019. 898. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, et al., Plasmaspheric hiss waves generate a reversed energy spectrum of radiation

belt electrons, Nature physics, 15, 4, 367-372, 21 January 2019, doi: 10.1038/s41567-018-0391-6. 899. D. Turner, Reeves, G.D, Baker D.N., et al., The response of Earth's electron radiation belts to

geomagnetic storms: Statistics from the Van Allen Probes era including effects from different storm drivers, Journal of Geophys. Res., Space Physics, Volume 124, Issue 2, pp. 1013-1034, 11 January 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026066.

900. Ozeke, L.G., I.R. Mann, D.N. Baker, et al., The March 2015 superstorm revisited: Phase space density profiles and fast ULF wave diffusive transport, J. Geophys. Res., 124, 2, 1143-1156, 18 January 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026326.

901. Greeley, A.D., S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, B. Klecker, and Q. Schiller, Quantifying the contribution of microbursts to global electron loss in the radiation belts, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 124, Issue 2, pp. 1111-1124, 25 January 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026368.

902. Medeiros, Claudia, D.N. Baker, et al., On the contribution of EMIC waves to the reconfiguration of the relativistic electron butterfly pitch angle distribution shape of September, 12, 2014 - a case study, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 872, Issue 1, article id. 36, 17 pp. (2019), 10 Febraury 2019, doi:10.3847/1538-4357/aaf970.

903. Da Silva, L.., D. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, et al., Contribution of ULF Wave Activity to the Global Recovery of the Outer Radiation Belt During the Passage of a High‐Speed Solar Wind Stream Observed in September 2014, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026184, 22 February 2019.

904. Hao, Yixin, Q. Zong, D.N. Baker, et al., Global scale ULF waves associated with SSC accelerative magnetospheric ultra-relativistic electrons, Geophysical Research, Space Physics, Volume 124, Issue #3, pp.1525-1538, 28 January 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026134.

905. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, X. Li, A.N. Jaynes, and S.G. Kanekal, The effects of geomagnetic storms and solar wind conditions on the ultrarelativistic electron flux enhancements, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 124, #3, 1948-1965, 8 March 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026257.

906. Cohen, I.J., B.H. Mauk, Turner, D.L., Fennell, J.F., Blake, J.B., Reeves, G.D., Leonard, T.W., Baker, D.N., Jaynes, A.N., Spence, H.E., and Gabrielse, C., Drift‐Dispersed Flux Dropouts of Energetic Electrons Observed in Earth's Middle Magnetosphere by the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission, Geophys. Res Ltrs., doi: 10.1029/2019GL082008, 12 March 2019.

907. Kilpua E.K.J, Turner D.L., Jaynes A.N., Hietala H., Koskinen H.E.J., Osmane A., Palmroth M., Pulkkinen T.I., Vainio R., Baker D., Claudepierre S.G., Outer Van Allen Radiation Belt Response to Interacting Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 124, #3, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026238, 12 March 2019

908. Baker, D.N., V. Hoxie, H. Zhao, A.N. Jaynes, S. Kaneka., X. Lin, and S. Elkington, Multi-Year Measurements of Radiation Belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport, and Loss, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 124, Issue 4, 2588-260213 March 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026259.

909. Baker, D.N., Keep Colorado at forefront of space discovery, Boulder Daily Camera, 14 March, 2019. 910. Ni, B., Huang, H., D.N. Baker, et al., Parametric sensitivity of the formation of reversed electron energy

spectrum caused by plasmaspheric hiss, Geophys. Res. Lett., doi: 10.1029/2019GL082032, 8 April 2019. 911. Omura, Y., Y. Hsieh, J. Foster, P. Erickson, D. Kletzing, and D.N. Baker. Cyclotron Acceleration of

relativistic Electrons through Laudau Resonance with obliquely propagating Whistler Mode Chorus emissions, JGR: Space Physics, 124(4), 2795-2810, 12 April 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026374.

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912. Xu, J., D.N. Baker, et al., Characteristics of high energy proton responses to geomagnetic activities in the inner radiation belt observed by the RBSP satellite, J. Geophys. Res., 124(9), 7581-7591, 22 May 2019, doi: 10.1029/2018JA026205.

913. Zhao, H., W.R. Johnston, D.N. Baker, et al., Characterization and Evolution of radiation belt electron energy spectra based on the Van Allen Probes Measurement, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 124, #6, 4217-4232, 31 May 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA026697.

914. Nakamura, S., Y. Omura, C. Kletzing, and D.N. Baker, Rapid Precipitation of Relativistic Electron by EMIC Rising‐Tone Emissions Observed by the Van Allen Probes, JGR Space Physics, 124(8), 6701-6714, 17 July 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA026772.

915. Pandya, M., V. Bhaskara, Y. Ebihara, S. Kaneka, and D.N. Baker, Variation of Radiation Belt Electron Flux During CME‐ and CIR‐Driven Geomagnetic Storms: Van Allen Probes Observations, JGR Space Physics, 124(8), 6524-6540, 12 July 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA026771.

916. Baker, D.N., Radiation Belts and Ring Current, Chapter 12.4, Section 3, "Geomagnetism, Aeronomy and Space Weather: a Journey from the Earth's Core to the Sun", IAGA Book, Cambridge University Press, October 2019, doi: 10.1017/9781108290135.

917. Zhao, H., D.N. Baker, X. Lin, D. Malaspina, Allison Jaynes, and S. Kanekal, On the acceleration mechanism of ultrarelativistic electrons in the center of the outer radiation belt: A statistical Study, J. Geophys. Res., Space Physics, 124(11), 8590-8599, 10 October 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027111.

918. Li, Jinxing, Kurth, William, Baker, D.N., et al., Origin of two-band chorus in the radiation belt of Earth, NIMPAature Comm., 10, 4672, 14 October 2019, doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-12561-3.

919. Boyd, A.J. G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, H.O. Funsten, B.A. Larsen, R.M. Skoug, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, S.G. Claudepierre, D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, and A.N. Jaynes, RBSP-ECT Combined Spin-Averaged Electron Flux Data Product, J. Geophys. Research: Space Physics, 124, # 11, 9124-9136, 15 October 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA026733.

920. Baker, D.N., Geomagnetic Field: Sources and Observations, Chapter 2, #4 in "Geomagnetism, Aeronomy and Space Weather: a Journey from the Earth's Core to the Sun", IAGA Book, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9781108418485, doi: 10.1017/9781108290135, November 2019.

921. Baker, D.N., Training and Diversifying Space Project Principal Investigators, Earth & Space Science News, guest opinion column, https://eos.org/opinions/training-and-diversifying-space-project-principal-investigators, November 2019.

922. LiJ., Q. Ma, J. Bortnik, W. Li, X. An, G.D. Reeves, H.O. Funsten, H. Spence, D. N. Baker, W.S. Kurth, G.B. Hospodarsky, and D.P. Hartley, Parallel Acceleration of Suprathermal Electrons Caused by Whistler‐Mode Hiss Waves, Geophys. Res. Ltrs, 11 November 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019GL085562.

923. Baker D.N., Zhao H., Li X., Kanekal S.G., Jaynes, A.N., Kress B.T., Rodriguez J.V., Singer H. J., Claudepierre S.G., F. Fennell, J.F, Hoxie V., Comparison of Van Allen Probes Energetic Electron Data With Corresponding GOES‐15 Measurements: 2012–2018, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 124(12), 9924-9942, 30 November 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027331.

924. Pandya, M., V. Bhaskara, Y. Ebihara, S. Kaneka, and D.N. Baker, Evolution of Pitch Angle-Distributed Megaelectron Volt Electrons During Each Phase of the Geomagnetic Storm, JGR Space Physics, 125(1), 26 December 2019, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027086.

2020 925. Hegedus, Alexander, Daniel Baker, and 6 others, Measuring the Earth's synchrotron emission

from radiation belts with a lunar near side radio array, Radio Science, Volume 55, Issue 2, article id. e06891, 10.1029/2019RS006891, 3 January 2020.

926. Ozeke, L.G., I.R. Mann, S.K.Y. Dufresne, L. Olifer, S.K. Morley, S.G. Claudepierre, K.R. Murphy, H.E. Spence, D.N. Baker, and A.W. Degeling, Rapid Outer Radiation Belt Flux Drop-outs and Fast

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Acceleration during the March 2015 and 2013 Storms: The Role of ULF Wave Transport from a Dynamic Outer Boundary, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 125(2), 12 January 2020, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027179.

927. Chaston C.C., Bonnell, J.W., Wygant, J.R., Reeves, G.D., and Baker, D.N., Filamentary Currents and Alfvénic Vortices in the Inner Magnetosphere, 47(4), Journal: Geophysical Research Letters, doi: 10.1029/2019GL086318, 5 February 2020.

928. Marshall R., Xu W., Woods T., Cully C., Jaynes, A., C. Randall, Baker D., McCarthy M., Spence H., Berland G., Wold A., Davis E., The AEPEX Mission: Imaging Energetic Particle Precipitation in the Atmosphere through its Bremsstrahlung X-ray Signatures, Advances in Space Research, 66(1), 66-82, doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2020.03.003, 3 March 2020.

929. Pinto, V., Bortnik, J., Moya, P., Lyons, L., Sibeck, D., Kanekal, S., Spence, H., and Baker D.N., Radial Response of Outer Radiation Belt Relativistic Electrons During Enhancement Events at Geostationary Orbit, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, Volume 125, Issue 5, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027660, 5 March 2020.

930. Bruff, M., Jaynes, A., Zhao, H., Goldstein, J., Malaspina, D., Baker, D., Kanekal, S., Spence, H., and Reeves, G., The role of the dynamic plasmapause in outer radiation belt electron flux enhancement, Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 47, Issue 7, doi: 10.1029/2020GL086991, 12 March 2020.

931. Murphy, K., Mann, I., Sibeck, D., Rae, I., Watt, C., Ozeke, L., Kanekal, S., and Baker, D., A framework for understanding and quantifying the loss and acceleration of relativistic electrons in the outer radiation belt during geomagnetic storms, Space Weather, 18(5), 17 April 2020, doi: 10.1029/2020SW002477.

932. Filwett Rachael. J., Jaynes Allison N., Baker Daniel N., Kanekeal Shrikanth G., Kress Brian, Blake J Bern, Solar Energetic Proton Access to the Near‐Equatorial Inner Magnetosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 125, Issue 6, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027584, 17 May 2020.

933. Hao Y., Zong Q., Zhou X., Zou, H., Rankin R., Sun Y, Chen X., Liu Y., Fu S., Baker D, Spence, H., Blake, J., Reeves, G.D., and Claudepierre, S., A Short-lived Three-Belt Structure for Sub-MeV Electrons in the Van Allen Belts: Time Scale and Energy Dependence, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 125(9), 23 July 2020, doi: 10.1029/2020JA028031.

934. Baker, D.N., et al., An International Constellation of Small Spacecraft, Space Research Today, Volume 208, pages 23-28, 22 July 2020 online, August 2020, doi: 10.1016/j.srt.2020.07.010.

935. Baker, D.N, McGrath, M., Peace of the Worlds, Space News, Op-ed, 12 August 2020. 936. Li X., Xiang Z., Zhang K., Khoo L.Y., Zhao H., Baker D., Temerin M., New Insights from Long-Term

Measurements of Inner Belt Protons (10s of MeV) by SAMPEX, POES, Van Allen Probes, and Simulation Results, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 125, 8, e2020JA028198, 11 August 2020, doi: 10.1029/2020JA028198.

937. Foster, J., Erickson, P., Omura, Y., Baker, D.N., The Impenetrable Barrier: Suppression of Chorus Wave Growth by VLF Transmitters, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 125, 9, 7 September 2020, doi: 10.1029/2020JA027913.

938. Baker, D.N., Solar-Terrestrial Data Science: Prior Experience and Future Prospects, Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, Space Physics, 2 October 2020, doi: 10.3389/fspas.2020.540133.

939. Da Silva, L., et al., Dynamic mechanisms associated with high-energy electron flux dropout in the Earth's outer radiation belt under the influence of a coronal mass ejection sheath region, Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics, 126(1), 1 December 2020, doi: 10.1029/2020JA028492.

940. Joseph, J., Baker, D.N., Van Allen Belt Punctures and Their Correlation with Solar Wind, Geomagnetic Activity and ULF Waves, Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics, 126(1), e2020JA028679, 12 December 2020, doi: 10.1029/2020JA028679.

941. Lentz C., Baker, D.N., Andersson L., Thaller S., Fowler, C. Leonard T., The Effects of Different Drivers on the Induced Martian Magnetosphere Boundary: A Case Study of September 2017,

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Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 15 December 2020, e2020JA028105 (final print details to come), doi: 10.1029/2020JA028105.

942. Zhao H., Baker D.N., et al, Equatorial pitch angle distributions of 1 - 50 keV electrons in Earth's inner magnetosphere: an empirical model based on the Van Allen Probes observations, Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics, 126(1), e2020JA028322, 15 December 2020, 10.1029/2020JA028322.

SUBMITTED AND UNDER REVIEW 943. Bodeau, M., Baker, D.N., (2020). Spacecraft Internal and External Charging and Discharging

Effects, Wiley/American Geophysical Union, Chapter 2, preprint, February 2020, submitted. Anticipated publication February 2021.

944. Baker, D.N., Bodeau M., Effects of Space Radiation on Contemporary Space-based Systems I: Single Event Upsets, Spacecraft Charging, Degradation of Electronics, and Attenuation on Fiber Cabling, Wiley/American Geophysical Union, Chapter 1, submitted, 2020. Anticipated publication February 2021.

945. Greeley A., Kanekal S., Sibeck D., Schiller Q., Baker, D., Evolution of pitch angle distributions of relativistic electrons during geomagnetic storms: Van Allen Probes Observations, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 2020JA028335RRR, submitted 9 June 2020, under review #3 30 Nov 2020.

946. Lentz, Christy L., Baker, Daniel N., Andersson, Laila, Thaller, Scott Alan, Fowler, Christopher M., Leonard, Trevor, The Effects of Different Drivers on the Induced Martian Magnetosphere Boundary: A Case Study of September 2017, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr) doi: 10.1002/essoar.10503344.1, submitted 11 June 2020.

947. Tang, C.L, Baker, D.N., et al., Statistical study of electron injections in the Earth's Outer Radiation Belt, Space Weather, 2020SW002584, submitted 7 July 2020.

948. Chakraborty, S., et al., Disappearance, recovery and patchiness of plasmaspheric hiss following two consecutive interplanetary shocks: First results, Geohysical Research Letters, Manuscript 2020GL091259, submitted 13 October 2020.

949. Tang, C.L., et al, The pitch angle distributions of energetic electrons during substorm electron injections in the Earth's outer radiation belt, Geophysical Research Letters, Manuscript 2020GL091631, submitted 8 November 2020.

950. Li, J., et al, Multi-Point Observations of Quasiperiodic Emission Intensification and Effects on Energetic Electron Precipitation, Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics, manuscript 2020JA028484RRRR, submitted 17 July 2020, last update 29 November 2020.

951. Boyd, A., Baker, D.N., et al., RBSP-ECT Combined Pitch Angle Resolved Electron Flux Data Product, Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, Manuscript 2020JA028637R, Submitted 25 August 2020, most current update 29 October 2020.

952. Sandberg, I., Harmonization of RBSP and ARASE energetic electron measurements utilizing ESA radiation monitor data, Geophysical Research Letters, Manuscript 2020GL091887, submitted 28 November 2020.

953. Chakraborty, Suman, et al., Disappearance, recovery and patchiness of plasmaspheric hiss following two consecutive interplanetary shocks: First results, Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, Manuscript 2020JA028873, submitted 28 December 2020, most current update 21 January 2021.

954. Sandberg, I., Baker, D.N, et al., Harmonization of RBSP and ARASE energetic electron measurements utilizing ESA radiation monitor data, American Geophysical Union, Space Weather, Manuscript 2020SW002692, submitted 6 December 2020.

955. Chepuri, S., Baker, D.N., et al., A Statistical Study of Magnetopause Boundary Layer Energetic Electron Enhancements Using MMS, Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, Manuscript 2021JA029154, submitted 20 January 2021.

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956. Alves, L., Baker, D.N, et al., Chorus waves in the outer radiation belt driven by recurrent solar wind structures - corotating interaction region crossings, Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, Manuscript 2021JA029148, submitted 22 January 2021.

INVITED TALKS

1977 1. Baker, D.N., Energy flow along the distant magnetotail, High Altitude Physics Seminar, Los

Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, 29 June 1977.

2. Baker, D.N., The substorm growth phase observed at geostationary orbit, Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Hanscom AFB, MA, 28 May 1978.

1980 3. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Kaye, M.G. Kivelson, A.J. Masley, P.H. Smith, W.

Studemann, and A.L. Vampola, Observation and Modeling of Energetic Particles at Synchronous Orbit on July 29, 1977, AGU Spring Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 22-27, 1980.

1981 4. Baker, D.N., High-energy magnetospheric proton flux enhancement and their relationship to

global substorm phenomena, UCLA Seminar Series, Los Angeles, 12 Jan. 1981. 5. Baker, D.N., Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling and the prediction of substorm activity, Jet

Propulsion Laboratory Seminar, Pasadena, CA, 13 Jan. 1981. 6. Baker, D.N., Energetic proton measurements within the earth's radiation belts, Earth's Radiation

Belt Workshop, Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Bedford, MA, 28 Jan. 1981. 7. Baker, D.N., The Los Alamos synchronous orbit data set, invited paper at the IMS Assessment

Symposium, Goddard SFC, 21 May 1981. 8. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle observation and modeling analysis performed in CDAW-2, Re-view

given at the International Magnetospheric Study Assessment Symposium, Goddard SFC, 22 May 1981.

9. Baker, D.N., Very high energy electrons in the Earth's outer magnetosphere, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 2 June 1981.

10. Baker, D.N., Data management and computer activities at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, National Academy of Sciences, Space Science Board, Washington, DC, 12 June 1981.

1982 11. Baker, D.N. Computer activities at the Los Alamos National Laboratory from a Space Science

Perspective, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC, 10 February 1982. 12. Baker, D.N., Energy transfer and substorm phenomena on 22 March 1979, presentation at

Coordinated Data Analysis Workshop 6.1, GSFC, 11 February 1982. 13. Baker, D.N., Dynamics of energetic particles in the magnetosphere, invited review for COSPAR

Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, 26 May 1982. 14. Baker, D.N., The possible role of ionospheric O+ during substorms, presented at IGPP Workshop

on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Energy Transfer, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, August 12, 1982. 15. Baker, D.N., A report on computer activities at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, presented at

NASA End-to-End Data System Meeting, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Dec. 6, 1982.

1983 16. Baker, D.N., Spacecraft operational anomalies and their relationship to energetic particle

radiation, Air Force Space Division, Los Angeles, CA, 18 February 1983. 17. Baker, D.N., Spacecraft failures on October 7, 1982, Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles, CA, 18

February 1983. 18. Baker, D.N., The energetic particle environment during recent spacecraft operational anomalies,

TRW Systems, Redondo Beach, CA, 17 March 1983. 19. Baker, D.N., The energetic particle environment during spacecraft operational anomalies, Aero-

jet General, Azuza, CA, 18 March 1983. 20. Baker, D.N., Dynamics of energetic particles in the magnetosphere, Los Alamos Plasma Physics

Colloquium, 8 March 1983.

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21. Baker, D.N., Dynamics of energetic ions in the magnetosphere, University of Mary-land/Goddard Space Flight Center Space Physics Seminar Series, College Park, MD, 21 March 1983.

22. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and R.L. McPherron, Evidence for magnetotail energy storage prior to substorms during the CDAW-6 analysis intervals, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

23. Fritz, T.A. and D.N. Baker, Energetic particle observations during the CDAW-6 substorm event of March 22, 1979, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

24. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, W.P. Olson, K.A. Pfitzer, Magnetospheric configuration and energetic particle effects associated with the SSC on March 22, 1979, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

25. Baker, D.N., Particle and field signatures of substorms in the near magnetotail, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetic Reconnection, Los Alamos, NM, 3-7 October 1983.

26. Fritz, T A; Baker, D N; McPherron, R L; Lennartsson, W., Implications of the 1100 UT March 22, 1979 CDAW 6 substorm event for the role of magnetic reconnection in the geomagnetic tail, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetic Reconnection, Los Alamos, NM, 3 October 1983, doi: 10.2172/5389111.

1984 27. Baker, D.N., Computer networking and the data user community, NASA Headquarters,

Washington, DC, 4 January 1984. 28. Baker, D.N., CDAW-6 and ISEE-3: New understandings of global magnetospheric dynamics, Dept.

of Physics and Astronomy, University of Iowa, 23 March 1984. 29. Baker, D.N., Data handling in prior outer magnetosphere satellite missions and the implications

for the CRRES Program, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Lab, Palo Alto, CA, 27 April 1984. 30. Baker, D.N., Effects of the solar terrestrial environment on satellite operations, International Solar

Terrestrial Predictions Symposium, Meudon, France, 18 June 1984. 31. Baker, D.N., Hot plasma and energetic particles in the Earth's outer magnetosphere: New under-

standings during the IMS, COSPAR Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, Graz, Austria, 27 June 1984.

32. Baker, D.N., ISTP Science Objectives (at New Start briefing), NASA HQ., 8 August 1984. 33. Baker, D.N., Substorms in the Magnetosphere, Los Alamos Workshop on Magnetospheric

Phenomena in Astrophysics, Taos, NM, 10 August 1984. 34. Baker, D.N., A summary of the dialogue on magnetotail dynamics: CDAW-7, Edmonton, Alb.,

Canada, 28-30 August 1984. 35. Baker, D.N., High-energy electrons at 6.6 RE: Lifetimes and predictability of flux enhancements,

Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Bedford, MA, 11 October 1984. 36. Baker, D.N., Los Alamos energetic particle measurements in the outer magnetosphere and their

use in the study of spacecraft operational anomalies, Spacecraft Anomalies Workshop, Air Force Space Command, Colorado Springs, CO, 31 October 1984.

37. Baker, D.N., Availability of Los Alamos computing resources for NASA users, Data Systems Users Meeting, Stanford University, 30 November 1984.

38. Baker, D.N., and R.L. McPherron, Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling and global magnetospheric response: CDAW-7, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

39. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, and G.K. Parks, Energetic particle perspective of the April 24, 1979 substorm onset at 11:12 UT, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

40. Hones, E.W., Jr., D.N. Baker, and T.A. Fritz, Behavior of the plasma sheet during a substorm on April 24, 1979, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

1985 41. Baker, D.N., Los Alamos Energetic Particle Sensor Systems at Geostationary Orbit, AIAA Aerospace

Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, 14-17 January 1985. 42. Baker, D.N., Correlation Analyses in the Study of Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, AGU

Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, 12-15 February 1985. 43. Baker, D.N., Impulsive Ion Acceleration in the Earth's Outer Magnetosphere During Substorms,

AGU Chapman Conference on Ion Acceleration, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, 3-7 June 1985. 44. Baker, D.N., Physical processes in space and laboratory plasmas, Los Alamos Workshop on Plasma

Processes in Astrophysical Jets, Taos, NM, 29 July - 2 August 1985. 45. Baker, D.N., A Model for Radio Wave Emission From Astrophysical Jets, Los Alamos Work-shop on

Plasma Processes in Astrophysical Jets, Taos, NM, 29 July - 2 August 1985.

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46. Baker, D.N., Persistent Features in the Inner Magnetosphere in Its Quiescent State, Fifth Scientific Assembly, IAGA, 5-17 August 1985, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

47. Baker, D.N., The Role of Magnetotail Dynamical Processes in Producing Geomagnetic Activity, Fifth Scientific Assembly, IAGA, 5-17 August 1985, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

48. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric Response to the IMF: Substorms, Fifth Scientific Assembly, IAGA, 5-17 August 1985, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

49. Baker, D.N. and W.C. Feldman, Slow Shocks in the Earth's Magnetotail, Fifth Scientific As-assembly, IAGA, 5-17 August 1985, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

50. Baker, D.N., Plasma Physics in Earth's Magnetosphere, Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium, University of New Mexico, 20 September 1985.

51. Baker, D.N., The Space Environment and Satellite Operational Anomalies, Spacecraft Anomaly Workshop, Boulder, Colorado, 2-4 October 1985.

52. Baker, D.N., The Possible Role of Coherent Radio Waves in Astrophysical Jets, Astrophysics Seminar, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 22 October 1985.

53. Baker, D.N., Relative Importance of Viscous and Reconnection Processes in Magnetotail Formation, Panel presentation, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

1986 54. Baker, D.N., Solar-Terrestrial Relationships: Prediction of Transient Magnetospheric Disturbances,

Space Environment Laboratory, NOAA, Boulder, CO, 24 January 1986. 55. Baker, D.N., Bidirectional Suprathermal Electrons: Structure of the Distant Magnetotail and

Sources of Polar Rain, Earth and Space Sciences Division Seminar, University of California, Los Angeles, 25 April 1986.

56. Baker D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie R.W. Klebesadel, and J.B. Blake, Hostile energetic particle environments in the outer magnetosphere, NATO/AGARD Symposium, The Hague, Nether-lands, 2-6 June 1986.

57. Baker, D.N., The Solar Wind Interaction with Mercury's Magnetosphere, Space Physics Seminar, Max Planck Institute fur Aeronomie, Lindau, W. Germany, 9 June 1986.

58. Russell, C.T., D.N. Baker, J.A. Slavin, The Mercury Magnetosphere, The Mercury Conference, Tucson, AZ, 6-9 August 1986.

59. Baker, D.N., ESS-8 Space Physics Programs, Naval Reserve Officers Training Program, Los Alamos, NM, 20 September 1986.

60. Baker, D.N., A summary of the CDAW-8 analysis intervals and their relationships to the neutral line substorm model, Goddard Space Flight Center, 29 September 1986.

61. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, S.I. Akasofu, and R.P. Lepping, Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling and the distant magnetotail: ISEE-3 observations, Chapman Conference, February, 1986.

1987 62. Baker, D.N., Remote observations of the solar wind-magnetosphere interactions at Mercury,

Space Sciences Laboratory Colloquium, Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles, CA, 12 January 1987. 63. Baker, D.N., CDAW-8 Event Selection and the Plasmoid Substorm Model, Goddard Space Flight

Center, Greenbelt, MD, 27 January 1987. 64. Baker, D.N., Relativistic electron coupling between the magnetosphere and the atmosphere,

Space and Earth Sciences Colloquium, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, 12 February 1987.

65. Baker, D.N., Atmosphere-magnetosphere coupling, UCLA Seminar, Los Angeles, CA, 20 February 1987.

66. Baker, D.N., Spacecraft operational problems and the space environment, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 27 February 1987.

67. Baker, D.N., Substorms in the earth's magnetosphere, Invited review at the International Symposium on Quantitative Modeling of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling Processes, Kyoto, Ja-pan, 9-13 March 1987.

68. Baker, D.N., Polar rain at low and high altitudes, Invited Colloquium, Geophysics Research Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan, 16 March 1987.

69. Baker, D.N., Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons and their role in atmospheric coupling, Invited talk, Geophysics Research Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan, 17 March 1987.

70. Baker, D.N., Substorm observations at geostationary orbit, Invited Colloquium, Geophysics Re-search Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan, 17 March 1987.

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71. Baker, D.N., Polar rain observations in the earth's magnetotail, Space Physics Seminar, Institute of Space and Astronautical Sciences, Tokyo, Japan, 18 March 1987.

72. Baker, D.N., Substorms in Mercury's magnetosphere, Invited Colloquium, Institute of Space and Astronautical Sciences, Tokyo, Japan, 18 March 1987.

73. Baker, D.N., Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons: Knot rea atmosphere?, Earth and Space Sciences Division Seminar, Los Alamos, 5 May 1987.

74. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric dynamics as seen at geostationary orbit, Space Physics Seminar, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 25 August 1987.

75. Baker, D.N., Energetic particles in the outer magnetosphere: Tracers of magnetic reconfigurations during substorms, Magnetosphere-Ionosphere coupling and substorm phenomena, Geo-physical Institute, Fairbanks, Alaska, 14-17 October 1987.

76. Baker, D.N., Science rationale for a Mercury Orbiter Mission, Committee on Solar and Space Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 29 October, 1987.

77. Baker, D.N., Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons: Coupling to the middle atmosphere, Space Science Seminar, University of Maryland, College Park, 2 November 1987.

78. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, R.W. Klebesadel, D.D. Sentman, D.J. Gorney, and P.R. Higbie, Relativistic magnetospheric electrons: Lower ionospheric conductivity and long-term atmospheric variability, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

79. Baker, D.N., Energy coupling in the Earth's magnetosphere during substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

80. Manka, R.H., D.N. Baker, J.L. Green, R.E. McGuire, and L.A. Treinish, Coordinated Data Analysis Workshops: Applications in geophysics, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

1988 81. Baker, D.N., Dynamic models of the Earth's radiation belts, Rice University, Houston, TX, 27

January 1988. 82. Baker, D.N., The terrestrial magnetosphere: A cosmic plasma laboratory, American Association

for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 15 February 1988. 83. Baker, D.N., Relativistic magnetospheric electrons: A role in coupling to the middle atmosphere,

Space Physics Seminar, University of Iowa, Iowa City, 17 February 1988. 84. Baker, D.N., Global magnetospheric interaction with the solar wind-Energy transfer and sub-storm

processes, Geophysical and Plasma Dynamics Seminar, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., 21 April 1988.

85. Baker, D.N., Small-scale plasmoid formation during an AMPTE magnetotail chemical release, Space Plasma Seminar, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, 25 May 1988.

86. Baker, D.N., The SPAN computer network: Status and plans, National Academy of Sciences, CODMAC Mtg., Washington, D.C., 24 June 1988.

87. Baker, D.N., Multipoint measurements of energetic particles, Symposium 8, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 27 July 1988.

88. Baker, D.N., and T.A. Fritz, Small-scale plasmoid formation during the 13 May 1985 AMPTE magnetotail release, Space Physics Seminar, Max Planck Institute fur Aeronomie, Lindau, W. Germany, 2 August 1988.

89. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, L.F. Bargatze, and C.R. Clauer, Magnetospheric response to IMF variations, Symposium 8, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 26 July 1988.

90. Baker, D.N., Magnetic reconnection and current diversion within the near-Earth plasma sheet during substorms, Reconnection in Space Plasma, Potsdam, GDR, 5-9 September 1988.

91. Baker, D.N., Electron acceleration to relativistic energies within planetary magnetosphere systems, APS Conference on Plasma Astrophysics, Santa Fe, NM, 19-23 September 1988.

92. Baker, D.N., Small-scale plasmoid formation due to barium releases in the Earth's magnetotail, CRRES Investigator Working Group Meeting, Durham, NH, 8 November 1988.

93. Baker, D.N., Electron radiation belt modeling, Magnetospheric Specification Modeling Design Review, Air Force Geophysics Lab, 29 November 1988.

1989 94. Baker, D.N., Remote and in-situ sensing of the Planet Mercury, Astronomy Seminar, University of

New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 16 January 1989. 95. Baker, D.N., Very energetic particle radiation effects in Earth's outer magnetosphere, Space

Physics Colloquium, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, 27 January 1989.

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96. Baker, D.N., The low-latitude boundary layer and magnetopause, Geospace Environment Modeling Workshop, San Diego Supercomputer Center, La Jolla, CA, 21 February 1989.

97. Baker, D.N., The use of linear filtering techniques in the prediction of geomagnetic activity, NOAA Space Environment Laboratory, Boulder, CO, 13 April 1989.

98. Baker, D.N., Particle measurements at geostationary orbit: Operational satellite data and geo-magnetic activity, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 9 May 1989.

99. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.E. Boughner, R.W. Klebesadel, and D.J. Gorney, Glob-al change: Driven by solar activity and the magnetosphere?, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 10 May 1989.

100. Baker, D.N., Wave-particle interaction for relativistic electrons in a "recirculation" acceleration model, Cambridge Workshop on Wave-Particle Interaction Phenomena in Geoplasmas, Boston, MA, 12-16 June 1989.

101. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, and R.W. Klebesadel, Relativistic electrons and their possible effects in the middle atmosphere, Intern. Assoc. of Geomag. and Aeron., 6th Scientific Assembly, Exeter, UK, 1 August 1989.

102. Baker, D.N., Computing and solar-terrestrial research in the 1990s, Intern. Assoc. of Geomag. and Aeron., 6th Scientific Assembly, Exeter, UK, 1 August 1989.

103. Baker, D.N., Linear prediction filtering analyses of relativistic electron enhancements, Magnetospheric Specification Modeling Meeting, Space Environment Lab., Boulder, CO, 20 September 1989.

104. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric Physics and Solar-Terrestrial Research, Goddard Scientific Colloquium, Goddard Space Flight Center, 13 October 1989.

105. Baker, D.N., The Magnetosphere Environment, Invited review at the Solar Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Leura, Australia, 19 October 1989.

106. Baker, D.N., The Mercury Orbiter Study, Workshop on the NASA Cosmic Ray Program for the 1990s and Beyond, Goddard Space Flight Center, 7 November 1989.

107. Baker, D.N., New magnetospheric missions: The Mercury Orbiter, Future Magnetosphere Mission Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 16 November 1989.

108. Baker, D.N., Geomagnetic activity and deterministic chaos, Space Physics Seminar, Rice University, Houston, TX, 30 November 1989.

109. Baker, D.N., Relativistic magnetospheric electrons and their effects in the Earth's middle atmosphere, Department of Space Physics and Astronomy Colloquium, Rice University, 30 November 1989.

110. Baker, D.N., and R.A. Goldberg, Middle atmosphere electrodynamics: New perspectives, Frontiers of Atmospheric and Space Electrodynamics Symposium, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francis-co, CA, 5 December 1989.

111. Callis, L.B., M. Natarajan, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, A mechanism linking solar variability, the magnetosphere, and the middle atmosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1989.

1990 112. Baker, D.N., Magnetosphere Physics and Solar Terrestrial Research, Space Science and

Applications Advisory Committee (SSAAC) Invited Science Presentation, Washington, DC, 31 January 1990.

113. Baker, D.N., The International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Program: A science review, ISTP Science Colloquium, Goddard SFC, 14 February 1990.

114. Baker, D.N., The U.S. Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP), Space Sciences Multi-Agency Review, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., 13 March 1990.

115. Baker, D.N., The Location and Nature of Energy Release Processes in Magnetospheric Sub-storms, Workshop on Solar Flares and Magnetospheric Substorms, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, 27 March 1990.

116. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric Substorms and Solar Flares, Space Physics, Seminar, Goddard Space Flight Center, 13 April 1990.

117. Baker, D.N., The U.S. Solar-Terrestrial Energy Program, Combined Committee on Solar and Space Physics/Committee on Solar Terrestrial Research Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 17 April 1990.

118. Baker, D.N., The Role of Deterministic Chaos in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Plasma Physics Division Colloquium, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., 23 May 1990.

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119. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.D. Elphinstone, J.F. Fennell, L.A. Frank, R.E. Lopez, J.S. Murphree, T. Nagai, and G. Rostoker, CDAW-9 Analysis of Magnetospheric Events on 3 May 1986: Event C, Invited talk, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 29 May 1990.

120. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, and J. Buchner, A nonlinear analogue model of geomagnetic activity, Invited talk, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 30 May 1990.

121. Baker, D.N., Future Space Physics Missions, Invited presentation, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Kanazawa, Japan, 21 August 1990.

122. Baker, D.N., Coordinated data analysis research past and present, CDAW-9.3 opening talk, STELAB (Nagoya University), Toyokawa, Japan, 29 August 1990.

123. Baker, D.N., Substorm processes on 3 May 1986: Event C analysis overview, CDAW-9.3, Toyokawa, Japan, 30 August 1990.

124. Baker, D.N., The earthward edge of the plasma sheet in magnetospheric substorms, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms, Hakone, Japan, 4 September 1990.

125. Baker, D.N., The STEP program in the United States, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms, Hakone, Japan, 6 September 1990.

126. Baker, D.N., Study of Solar-Terrestrial Influences and Global Change, Invited presentation, National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C., 25 October 1990.

127. Baker, D.N., Application of Space Plasma Physics to the Study of Astrophysical Jets, Space Sciences Seminar, University of Maryland, 12 November 1990.

1991 128. Baker, D.N., New measurements of relativistic magnetospheric electrons and long-term

implications, Space Plasma Physics Seminar, NASA/GSFC, 1 February 1991. 129. Baker, D.N., Near-earth current disruption and substorm plasmoid formation, ISTP Science

Workshop, San Antonio, TX, 5 February 1991. 130. Baker, D.N., Auroral imaging and magnetic mapping in global substorm studies, ISTP Science

Workshop, San Antonio, TX, 6 February 1991. 131. Baker, D.N., Nonlinear dynamical models of storage-release plasma systems, International Topical

Conference on Research Trends in Nonlinear Space Plasma Physics, La Jolla, CA, 25-27 February 1991.

132. Baker, D.N., The U.S. STEP Program, Invited presentation at the CSSP/CSTR Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 5 March 1991.

133. Baker, D.N., Deterministic chaos and solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, Astronomy Departmental Colloquium, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, 15 April 1991.

134. Baker, D.N., The role of chaos in storage-release space plasma systems, Departmental Seminar, Laboratory for Plasma Research, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 29 April 1991.

135. Baker, D.N., Deterministic chaos in the global solar wind-magnetosphere interaction, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics Colloquium Series, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 10 May 1991.

136. Baker, D.N., The earthward portion of the plasma sheet during magnetospheric substorms, Invited presentation, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD 31 May 1991.

137. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D.A. Roberts, Deterministic chaos models of storage-release plasma systems, Invited talk, 1991 Cambridge Workshop on Nonlinear Phenomena and Active Experiments, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, 25 June 1991.

138. Baker, D.N., R.A. Goldberg, J.B. Blake and L.B. Callis, Satellite and rocket studies of relativistic electrons and their influence on the middle atmosphere, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

139. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, R.D. Elphinstone, J.S. Murphree, J.F. Fennell, R.E. Lopez, T. Nagai, and G. Rostoker, CDAW-9 analysis of magnetospheric events on 3 May 1986: Event C, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

140. Blake, J.B., H.C. Koons, D.N. Baker, and L.B. Callis, Energetic electrons and solar activity: The temporal variations in a middle-atmosphere forcing mechanism, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

141. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, and R.A. Roberts, Global modeling of the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

142. Manka, R.H., D.N. Baker, and E.W. Hones, CDAW and PROMIS as precursors to ISTP analysis, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

143. McPherron, R.L. and D.N. Baker, What determines the intensity of magnetospheric substorms? XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

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144. Baker, D.N., Observational Aspects of Global Magnetospheric Dynamics, Invited Review, Workshop on Global Aspects of Nonlinear Magnetospheric Dynamics, University of Maryland, College Park, 9 October 1991.

145. Baker, D.N., The Grand Tour Cluster Mission, Space Physics Subcommittee Meeting, Washington, DC, 24 October 1991.

146. Baker, D.N., The Supercomputing Environment at Los Alamos: Past and Present, Eos Data and Information System Seminar, Goddard Space Flight Center, 1 November 1991.

1992 147. Baker, D.N., Present and Planned NASA Space Physics Missions, Technical Research Center of

Finland, Helsinki, Finland, 29 January 1992. 148. Baker, D.N., Deterministic Chaos and Nonlinear Magnetospheric Dynamics, Department of

Theoretical Physics Colloquium, Helsinki University, Helsinki, Finland, 3 February 1992. 149. Baker, D.N., Satellite and Rocket Measurements of High-Energy Magnetospheric Electrons, Space

Physics Seminar, NASA/GSFC, 7 February 1992. 150. Baker, D.N., Nonlinear magnetotail dynamics and substorms, Plasma Physics Colloquium,

Columbia University, New York, 6 March 1992. 151. Baker, D.N., Future U.S. Space Missions, Invited presentation, U.S./Finnish Auroral Workshop,

Helsinki, Finland, 21 March 1992. 152. Baker, D.N., Driven and Unloading Aspects of Magnetospheric Substorms, International

Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms, Kiruna, Sweden, 24 March 1992. 153. Baker, D.N., The Space Plasma Physics Research Program at Goddard Space Flight Center,

(U.S./Russian) East-West Space Physics Conference, U. of Maryland, College Park, 1 May 1992. 154. Baker, D.N., The Magnetosphere: Recent results in the prediction of substorms and storms, Solar

Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Ottawa, Canada, 19 May 1992. 155. Baker, D.N., Future NASA missions in space plasma physics, National Science Foundation, GEM

Workshop, Snowmass, CO, 2 July 1992. 156. Baker, D.N., Coordinated Data Analysis Workshops and ISTP: Examples of space physics

collaboration, National Academy of Sciences Collaboratory Workshop, Irvine, CA, 9 July 1992. 157. Baker, D.N., Nonlinear chaotic aspects of geomagnetic activity, Gordon Research Conference,

Plymouth, NH, 16 July 1992. 158. Baker, D.N., Relativistic Electron Coupling in the Magnetosphere/Atmosphere System, Space

Physics Seminar, Phillips Laboratory, Hanscom AFB, MA, 22 September 1992. 159. Baker, D.N., Nonlinear Chaotic Aspects of Geomagnetic Activity, Space Plasma Physics

Colloquium, Phillips Laboratory, Hanscom AFB, 23 September 1992. 160. Baker, D.N., Recent Results and Future Directions in Solar-Terrestrial Research, Sigma Xi Lecture,

Hanscom AFB, MA, 23 September 1992. 161. Baker, D.N., Energetic electron populations in Earth’s magnetosphere, 3rd Huntsville Workshop

on Magnetosphere/Ionosphere Plasma Models, Guntersville, AL, 5-8 October 1992. 162. Baker, D.N., Relativistic electrons and middle atmospheric coupling, Center for Space Physics

Colloquium, Boston University, Boston, MA, 12 November 1992. 163. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, J.B. Blake, Solar cycle variability of energetic particles in the outer

magnetosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

1993 164. Baker, D.N., Multi-spacecraft study of substorm growth and expansion phase features using a

time-evolving field model, 1993 Yosemite Conf. on Solar System Plasma Physics: Resolution of Processes in Space and Time, Yosemite, CA, 2-5 February 1993.

165. Lopez, R.E. and D.N. Baker, Evidence for particle acceleration during magnetospheric sub-storms, IAU Colloquium, Particle Acceleration in Astrophysical Plasmas, University of Mary-land, 11-15 January 1993.

166. Baker, D.N., Acceleration in Plasma Boundaries, Workshop on the Second IACG Campaign for Boundaries in Collisionless Plasmas, Graz, Austria, 13-15 April 1993.

167. Baker, D.N., Relativistic magnetospheric electrons and long-term atmospheric coupling, Inst. Geophys. and Planetary Physics Seminar, Univ. of California, Los Angeles, 11 May 1993.

168. Baker, D.N., Multispacecraft study of magnetospheric substorms using a time-evolving magnetic field model, LEP Science Seminar, GSFC, 21 May 1993.

169. Baker, D.N., G.M. Mason, O. Figueroa, G. Colon, J.G. Watzin, and R.M. Aleman, An Over-view of the SAMPEX Mission, Spring AGU Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 15 May 1993.

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170. Cummings, J.R., A.C. Cummings, R.A. Mewaldt, R.S. Selesnick, E.C. Stone, D.N. Baker, T.T. von Rosenvinge, J.B. Blake, and L.B. Callis, PET: A proton/electron telescope for studies of magnetospheric, solar and galactic particles, Spring AGU Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 25 May 1993.

171. Baker, D.N., Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons and middle atmospheric coupling, APAS Departmental Colloquium, Univ. of Colorado, 2 July 1993.

172. Baker, D.N., The inner magnetosphere, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

173. Baker, D.N., Highly relativistic electrons: Their morphology and effect on the middle atmosphere, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

174. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, and D. Vassiliadis, Nonlinear dynamical aspects of the solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere system, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

175. Baker, D.N., Comparison of MHD plasma simulations and empirical magnetic field models, Space Environment Laboratory Seminar, NOAA/SEL, Boulder, Co, 29 September 1993.

176. Baker, D.N., Empirical modeling of the substorm growth and recovery phase: Comparison with MHD simulation results, Goddard Space Flight Center Seminar, Greenbelt, MD 1993.

177. Baker, D.N., Global auroral imaging: Past and Future, Global Geospace Science (GGS) Project, All Hands Meeting, GSFC, Greenbelt, 19 October 1993.

178. Baker, D.N., Global substorm dynamics and nonlinear models, Edmonton Substorm Workshop, University of Alberta, 4 November 1993.

179. Baker, D.N., Empirical modeling of substorms and comparison with MHD simulations, Edmonton Substorm Workshop, University of Alberta, 5 November 1993.

180. Baker, D.N., New results from the Solar, Anomalous, and Magnetospheric Particle Explorer (SAMPEX) Mission, Invited lecture in the “Discover Goddard” Series, GSFC Visitors Center, Greenbelt, MD, 28 November 1993.

181. Baker, D.N, Overview of the SAMPEX Mission, Joint UARS/SAMPEX Workshop, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, CA, 5 December 1993.

182. Baker, D.N., Global convection and low-dimensional magnetospheric dynamics, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1993.

183. Baker, D.N., Overview of the recent comparisons of empirical models and MHD simulations, ISTP/GGS Theory Group Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1993.

184. Baker, D.N., A sampling of SAMPEX Results, Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics Seminar Series, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, 17 December 1993.

1994 185. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric particle acceleration and atmospheric loss: Recent results from

SAMPEX, Front Range Branch AGU Meeting, NCAR, Boulder, CO, 14 February 1994. 186. Baker, D.N., Global magnetospheric plasma processes and low-dimensional dynamics, Prince-ton

Plasma Physics Laboratory Colloquium, Princeton, NJ, 18 February 1994. 187. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D. Vassiliadis, Global convection, low-dimensional magnetospheric

dynamics, and deterministic chaos, International Conference on Substorms-2, Fairbanks, AK, 7 March 1994.

188. Baker, D.N., Global Coherence in the Solar Wind-Magnetosphere-Ionosphere System, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 23 May 1994.

189. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, J.H. Adams, The Charged Particle Telescope Experiment on Clemetine, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 26 May 1994.

190. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker and G. Rostoker, High Energy Magnetospheric Particles and Their Effect on Spacecraft Operations, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 26 May 1994.

191. Baker, D.N., Solar Effects on Human Technology, Interagency Consultative Group Meeting, Sagamihara, Japan, 31 May 1994.

192. Baker, D.N., The SAMPEX Mission and Solar Energetic Particles, Interagency Consultative Group Meeting, Sagamihara, Japan, 1 June 1994.

193. Baker, D.N., Recent Scientific Results from SAMPEX, Space Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Toyohashi, Japan, 3 June 1994.

194. Baker, D.N., Energy Transfer between the Solar Wind and the Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Sys-tem, Eighth International Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Physics, Sendai, Japan, 7 June 1994.

195. Baker, D.N., Plasma Sheet Particle Sources, Geospace Environment Modeling Workshop, Snowmass, CO, 1 July 1994.

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196. Baker, D.N., New Magnetospheric Results from SAMPEX, Workshop on the Earth's Trapped Particle Environment, Taos, NM, 14 August 1994.

197. Baker, D.N., Geomagnetic Activity and Real-time Substorm Prediction, NOAA/Space Environment Laboratory Colloquium, Boulder, CO, 8 September 1994.

198. Baker, D.N., The Solar Connections Program, Invited presentation Grand Tour Cluster, Science Team Meeting, Washington, DC, 13 September 1994.

199. Baker, D.N., Scientific Objectives of the CLUSTER/RAPID Mission, CLUSTER Science Workshop, Athens, Greece, 21 September 1994.

200. Baker, D.N., New Scientific Results from the SAMPEX Mission, Invited Colloquium, Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy, Landau, Germany, 26 September 1994.

201. Baker, D.N., Reconciliation of Inner-Tail and Mid-tail Magnetospheric Processes, Invited presentation, GSFC Magnetotail and Substorm Workshop, Greenbelt, MD, 12 October 1994.

202. Baker, D.N., The SAMPEX Scientific Mission, Guest Lecture, Introductory Astronomy Class, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 17 October 1994.

203. Baker, D.N., Space Policy Implications of the ISTP Program, Guest Lecture, Space Science Pol-icy and Practice, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 20 October 1994.

204. Baker, D.N., A Quantitative Assessment of Energy Storage and Release in the Earth's Magneto-tail, Invited talk, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1994.

1995 205. Baker, D.N., Global Magnetospheric Processes and Nonlinear Dynamics, Laboratory for

Atmospheric and Space Physics Seminar, Boulder, CO, 19 January 1995. 206. Baker, D. N., New Scientific Results from the SAMPEX Mission, Space Sciences Department

Seminar, SWRI, San Antonio, TX, 4 May 1995. 207. Baker, D. N., Global Magnetospheric Processes and Nonlinear Substorm Dynamics, Center for

Space Physics, Seminar Series, Boston University, Boston, MA, 11 May 1995. 208. Baker, D.N., SAMPEX Energetic Electron Studies in the Earth's Magnetosphere, Special Seminar,

Boston University Dept. of Astronomy/Center for Space Physics, Boston, MA, 12 May, 1995. 209. Baker, D.N., Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Drivers of Space Weather, CEDAR Summer Work-shop,

Boulder, CO, 27 June 1995. 210. Baker, D.N., The Outer Zone Electron Radiation Belt, GEM Workshop, Snowmass, CO, 28 June,

1995. 211. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, B. Klecker, and R.A. Mewaldt, High-Energy Electron

Measurements in the Outer Radiation Belts: SAMPEX Results, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 7 July, 1995.

212. Baker, D.N., The Inner Magnetosphere, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 10 July, 1995.

213. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Magnetospheric Modeling from the Point of View of Nonlinear Dynamics, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 13 July 1995.

214. Baker, D.N., The Magnetospheric Dynamical Cycle: Global Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Interactions, Tutorial Lecture at 3rd International Workshop on Plasma Experiments in the Laboratory and in Space, Pitlochry, Scotland, 27 July 1995.

215. Baker, D.N., A Quantitative Assessment of Energy Storage and Release During Magnetospheric Substorms, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory Colloquium, Toyokawa, Japan, 12 September 1995.

216. Baker, D.N., and R.L. McPherron, Energy Transport Storage, and Dissipation During Magnetospheric Substorms, Institute of Space and Astronautical Sciences Seminar, Tokyo, Japan, 18 September 1995.

217. Baker, D.N., Jovian, Solar, and Other Possible Sources of Radiation Belt Particles, Workshop on Radiation Belts: Models and Standards, Brussels, Belgium, 17-20 October 1995.

218. Baker, D.N., The Plasma Universe: Solar-Terrestrial Relations, Guest lecture, Finnish Graduate School of Solar-Terrestrial Plasma Physics, Oulu, Finland, 23 October 1995.

219. Baker, D.N., The Plasma Universe: Planetary and Astrophysical Plasmas, Guest lecture, Finnish Graduate School of Solar-Terrestrial Plasma Physics, Oulu, Finland, 24 October 1995

220. Baker, D.N., The ISTP Program, Guest lecture, Space Science – Policy and Practice, University of Colorado, Boulder, 7 November 1995.

221. Baker, D.N., Solar Wind-Magnetosphere-Atmosphere Coupling: High-Energy Electron Studies, High Altitude Observatory Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, 16 November 1995.

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222. Baker, D.N., Present Knowledge of the Magnetosphere and Outstanding Remaining Problems, Invited talk, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 1995.

1996 223. Baker, D.N., High Energy Electrons in Earth’s Magnetosphere: Their Effects and Methods of

Prediction, Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Hitachi, Japan, 24 January 1996. 224. Baker, D.N., Global Magnetospheric Processes and Nonlinear Dynamics, Invited Presentation,

Boulder, CO, 13 February 1996. 225. Baker, D.N., What is Space Weather and Why are We Interested: An Introduction, Science Writers

Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 23 February 1996. 226. Baker, D.N., Recent High-Energy Electron Measurements in the Earth’s Magnetosphere,

Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics, Seminar Series, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 29 March 1996.

227. Baker, D.N., Magnetic Reconnection During Magnetospheric Substorms, Third International Conference on Substorms (ICS-3), Versailles, France, 13-17 May 1996.

228. Klimas, A.N., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Low Dimensional Analogues of the Magnetospheric Dynamics: From Intuition to Deduction, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 20-24 May 1996.

229. Baker, D.N., Future Space Physics Missions Focused on Comparative Planetary Magnetospheres, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 20-24 May 1996.

230. Baker, D.N., Geomagnetic storms: Ring current and Radiation Belt Processes, GEM Space Weather Tutorial, GEM Summer Workshop, Snowmass, CO, 26 June 1996.

231. Baker, D.N., Clementine particle measurements at the Moon, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

232. Carovillano, R.L., and D.N. Baker, The JASTP and solar-terrestrial physics, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

233. Baker, D.N., What is space weather? 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

234. Baker, D.N., H.E. Spence, and J.B. Blake, ISTP and cosmic plasma processes: Relativistic particle acceleration and global energy transport, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

235. Baker, D.N., Space Policy Implications of the ISTP Program, Space Science Policy and Practice, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 22 November 1996.

236. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, N. Turner, K. Ogilvie, and R. Lepping, Correlation of changes in the outer-zone relativistic-electron population with upstream solar wind and magnetic field measurements from WIND, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 1996.

237. Spence, H.E., R.B. Sheldon, T.A. Fritz, J. Chen, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, D.N. Baker, M.G. Henderson, M. Grande, M.G. Kivelson, and R.J. Walker, Polar Energetic Particles (PEPs): A new signature of the high-latitude magnetosphere, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 17 December 1996.

1997 238. Baker, D.N., Mercury Orbiter Mission: Objectives and Plans, High Altitude Observatory Seminar

Series, Boulder, CO, 12 February 1997. 239. Baker, D.N., Space Weather, Center for Integrated Plasma Studies Seminar Series, University of

Colorado, Boulder, CO, 21 February 1997. 240. Baker, D.N., Smaller, Faster, Cheaper, Better – Which One do you Want?, Space Science Institute,

Education Workshop, Boulder, CO, 25 February 1997. 241. Baker, D.N., New Scientific achievements of the International Solar Terrestrial Physics (ISTP)

Program, Space Studies Board, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC., 4 March 1997. 242. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, T. Doke, N. Hasebe, T. Mukai, T. Yamamoto, G. Reeves, and S. Ulla-land,

Geoactivity in response to CIR/CME events – A synoptic view, EGS, Vienna, Austria, April 1997. 243. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, T. Doke, T. Mukai, N. Hasebe, G.D. Reeves, and S. Ullaland, Observations

of energetic oxygen bursts and recurrent magnetospheric activity between Dec. 1993 and June 1994, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 78, S284, 1997.

244. Baker, D.N., and T.I. Pulkkinen, Magnetic reconnection during magnetospheric substorms, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 78, S303, 1997.

245. Baker, D.N., Mercury Orbiter Mission, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 27-30 May 1997. 246. Baker, D.N., The STEP Program – Status and Future Plans, U. of Colorado, Boulder, 13 June 1997. 247. Baker, D.N., Earth’s Radiation Belts: Structure and Electron Acceleration, Geospace Environment

Modeling (GEM) Summer Workshop, Tutorial Lecture, Snowmass, CO, 20 June 1997.

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248. Baker, D.N., The IACG campaigns, Invited lecture, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

249. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Data-derived analogues of the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

250. Blake, J.B., R.S. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, High-speed solar wind streams and the outer zone relativistic electron population, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

251. Baker, D.N., Relativistic particle acceleration in the Earth’s magnetosphere, Joint European and National Astronomical Meeting, (JENAM-97), 6th European and 3rd Hellenic Astronomical Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2-5 July 1997.

252. Baker, D.N., Space Weather Effects on Satellites, Invited lecture, International Space University Summer School, Rice University, Houston, TX, 18 July 1997.

253. Baker, D.N., What is space weather?, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 4 August 1997. 254. Reeves, G.D., M.G. Henderson, R.D. Belian, R.H.W. Friedel, T.E. Cayton, M.M. Meier, D.N. Baker,

J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, R.S. Selesnick, T.G. Onsager, and H.E. Spence, Relativistic electron response to the January 1997 magnetic cloud: Coordinated observations from 12 satellites, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 4 August 1997.

255. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Space weather prediction using data-derived analogues of the magnetospheric dynamics, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 4 August 1997.

256. Baker, D.N., The role of solar wind and magnetospheric variations in middle atmospheric processes, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 5 August 1997.

257. Rostoker, G., W.W. Liu, D.N. Baker, H.J. Singer, and T.G. Onsager. The use of geomagnetic variations to diagnose the response of the magnetosphere to solar wind disturbances: A case study of the January 10-11, 1997 magnetic cloud event using satellite and ground-based data, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 7 August 1997.

258. Baker, D.N., The use of indices in spacecraft observational studies and future requirements, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 13 August 1997.

259. Baker, D.N., The magnetosphere and exosphere of Mercury, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, 13 August 1997.

260. Baker, D.N., CME-related magnetic clouds and relativistic magnetospheric electron acceleration, Invited talk, 31st ESLAB Symposium: Correlated Phenomena at the Sun, in the Heliosphere, and in Geospace, ESTEC Conference Center, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 24 September 1997.

261. Baker, D.N., Developing and managing small scientific satellites in the modern era, invited seminar, ESTEC, ESA Technical Center, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 26 September 1997.

262. Baker, D.N., Particle linkages to the middle atmosphere, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics Seminar, Boulder, CO, 30 October 1997.

263. Baker, D.N., The Third IACG Campaign, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8 December 1997. 264. Baker, D.N., The magnetosphere of Mercury: Plasma sources, transport, and loss, AGU, Fall

Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 10 December 1997.

1998 265. Baker, D.N., A Sun-Earth Connection Video, Toward Solar Max 2000: The Present Achievements

and Future Opportunities of ISTP and GEM, Yosemite National Park, California, 10-13 February 1998.

266. Baker, D.N., A Mercury Orbiter Mission, Toward Solar Max 2000: The Present Achievements and Future Opportunities of ISTP and GEM, Yosemite National Park, California, 10-13 February 1998, ISBN: 0-87590-092-5.

267. Spence, H.E., A.M. Jorgensen, T.A. Fritz, R.B. Sheldon, M.G. Henderson, G.D. Reeves, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, and D.N. Baker, Imaging the Substorm Injection using Global ENA Images and Simultaneous Multipoint Observations, Toward Solar Max 2000: The Present Achievements and Future Opportunities of ISTP and GEM, Yosemite National Park, California, 10-13 February 1998.

268. Baker, D.N., and A.S. Sharma, Triggering of substorm expansion onset, International Conference on Substorms-4, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STEL), Nagoya University, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

269. Baker, D.N., G.M. Mason, et al., SAMPEX: NASA’s First Small Explorer Satellite, 1998 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Invited Presentation, Snowmass Village, Colorado, 25 March 1998.

270. Baker, D.N., Solar disturbances and geospace consequences: More results from campaign 3, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, 29 May 1998.

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271. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, B. Klecker, R.A. Mewaldt, G.M. Mason, and S. Team, The SAMPEX world wide web data and information system, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, 16 May 1998.

272. Baker, D.N., Substorms: A global magnetospheric instability, 1998 Cambridge Symposium Workshop-Multi-scale Phenomena in Space Plasmas, Cascais, Portugal, 25 June 1998.

273. Baker, D.N., Acceleration of highly relativistic electrons in Earth’s outer radiation belts, 1998 Cambridge Symposium–Workshop-Multi-scale Phenomena in Space Plasmas, Cascais, Portugal, 1 July 1998.

274. Baker, D.N., Radiation belt models and forecasts, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, 21-24 July 1998.

275. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, and R.A. Mewaldt, On the global coherence of outer zone relativistic electron behavior, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Tai-wan, 24 24 July 1998.

276. R. Nakamura, M. Isowa, Y. Kamide, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Looper, Precipitation of electrons of the outer radiation belt during geomagnetic storms, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, 21-24 July 1998.

277. Baker, D.N., Space Weather Effects on Spacecraft, International Space University, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, 30 July 1998.

278. Baker, D.N., A Low cost Mercury Orbiter Mission, popular talk, Pachyderm Club, Pueblo, CO, 4 September 1998.

279. Baker, D.N., Geospace consequences of April-May 1998 solar activity, ISTP Science Team Meeting, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Abingdon, UK, 24 September 1998.

280. Baker, D.N., Space Weather: What is it and why do we care?, LASP Seminar series, 28 October 1998.

281. Baker, D.N., Critical Issues in Space Plasma Physics, Division of Plasma Physics Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 16 November 1998.

282. Baker, D.N., Acceleration of relativistic electrons in the Earth’s magnetosphere, Division of Plasma Physics Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 16 November 1998.

283. Baker, D.N. A.J. Klimas, and D. Vassiliadis, Complexity, Self-Organization, and Non-linear Dynamics in Space Plasmas, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-10 December 1998.

284. Baker, D.N., Solar Minimum and Solar Maximum: Differences in Atmospheric, Ionospheric, and Inner Magnetospheric Properties, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-10 December 1998.

285. Baker, D.N., and A.J. Klimas, Collective Phenomena in the Inner Magnetosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-10 December 1998.

286. Baker, D.N., and X. Li, The Value and Deficiencies of Indices and Parameterizations in Geo-space Modeling, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-10 December 1998.

1999 287. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s radiation belts and the IMEX mission, Guest lecture, Aerospace

Engineering Department, University of Colorado, (Boulder), 2 February 1999. 288. Baker, D.N., Advanced technology from the university perspective, NASA Space Technology

Management Operations Working Group Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 9 February 1999. 289. Baker, D.N., IMEX: A new look at the Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts, K.D. Woods Memorial

Lecture Series, University of Colorado College of Engineering, 17 February 1999. 290. Baker, D.N., New views of magnetospheric substorms, LASP Seminar Series, University of

Colorado, Boulder, CO, 18 March 1999. 291. Baker, D.N., and C.A. Barth, New results from SNOE and ISTP spacecraft, NASA Headquarters

Seminar, Washington, DC, 6 April 1999. 292. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle properties in the inner magnetosphere through the 11-year solar

cycle, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, 31 May – 4 June 1999. 293. Baker, D.N., Sun-Earth Connections: How is the weather in Space? Invited lecture, Graduate

Student Summer Program Lecture Series, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, 11 June 1999.

294. Baker, D.N., Present status of radiation belt research, CEDAR-GEM-SHINE Program on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, University of Colorado, Boulder, 18 June 1999.

295. Baker, D.N., Tutorial Lecture on Relativistic Electrons, SHINE-GEM Symposium, Space Environment Center, NOAA, Boulder, CO, 19 June 1999.

296. Baker, D.N., The S-RAMP Program and Space Science Research, Invited presentation, SCOSTEP Bureau Meeting, Coseners House, Abingdon, UK, 16 July 1999.

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297. Baker, D.N., Energetics and topology of the magnetosphere during geomagnetic storms, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

298. Baker, D.N., STEP – Results, Analysis, and Modeling Phase, SCOSTEP, Conference of Delegates, IUGG Meeting, Birmingham, UK, 25 July 1999.

299. Baker, D.N. Relativistic electron properties during geomagnetic storm, High Energy Electron Workshop, Abingdon, UK, 31 July 1999.

300. Baker, D.N., Sun-Earth Connections: How is the weather in Space? Invited presentation, Pachyderm Club of Pueblo, Pueblo, CO, 3 September 1999.

301. Baker, D.N., and W.F. McClintock, MESSENGER: A Discovery Mission to Orbit and Explore the Planet Mercury, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, 14 October 1999.

302. Baker, D.N., Introduction to Geospace and the Effects of Space Weather, Invited Colloquium, Ball Aerospace Corporation, Boulder, CO, 19 November 1999.

303. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, S.C. Solomon, S.M. Bailey, S.G. Kanekal, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Solar eruptions, solar wind streams, and their combined geospace consequences: SNOE, SAMPEX, and ISTP observations in 1998, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 16 December 1999.

2000 304. Baker, D.N., Space Missions and Advanced Technologies at LASP, Air Force Technical Applications

Center, Cocoa Beach, FL, 16 March 2000. 305. Baker, D.N., and D.F. Moorer, Jr., Specification of Radiation belt electrons and ions, Space

Weather: Progress and Challenges in Research and Applications, AGU Chapman Conference, Clearwater, FL, 22 March 2000.

306. Baker, D.N., Hiro Nishida – Recounting a most outstanding career, Honorary Symposium, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, 27 March 2000.

307. Baker, D.N., Electron radiation belt disappearance, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, 30 March 2000.

308. Baker, D.N., The proper size mix of space and Earth science missions – NAS Report, Briefing to Office of Management and Budget, New Exec. Office Building, Washington, DC, 30 March, 2000.

309. Baker, D.N., The proper size mix of space and Earth science missions – NAS Report, Office of Earth Sciences briefing, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC, 31 March, 2000.

310. Baker, D.N., The day the solar wind ran out of gas, Invited Lecture, Sigma Xi Honorary Society, U. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 4 April 2000.

311. Baker, D.N., The role of magnetospheric substorms in high-energy particle production within the Earth’s magnetosphere, Tutorial Lecture, International Conference on Substorms-Five, St. Petersburg, Russia, 20 May 2000, ISBN: 92-9092-772-0.

312. Baker, D.N., Dynamics of outer radiation belt electronics as observed with the SAMPEX and POLAR spacecraft, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 30 May 2000.

313. Baker, D.N., et al., MESSENGER, A new look at the magnetosphere and atmosphere of Mercury, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 2 June 2000.

314. Baker, D.N., The proper size mix of space and Earth science missions – Briefing to House Science Subcommittee Staff – U.S. Congress, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC, 5 June 2000.

315. Baker, D.N., A program of NASA advanced technology development for universities, Space Technology MOWG, Dulles, Virginia, 7 June 2000.

316. Baker, D.N., Low-cost NASA missions and future space exploration, WCCO (CBS) Radio, St. Paul, MN, 11 June 2000.

317. Baker, D.N., The day the solar wind ran out of gas, Invited science presentation, Sun-Earth Connections Advisory Subcommittee, NASA HQ, Washington, DC, 14 June 2000.

318. Baker, D.N., Near-Earth space weather concerns in the Sun-Earth connection, Workshop on Sun-Earth Connections, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Hersonnisos (Crete), Greece, 23 June 2000.

319. Baker, D.N., Satellite anomalies due to space storms, Tutorial Lecture, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Hersonnisos (Crete), Greece, 24 June 2000.

320. Baker, D.N., New views of the Earth, the Sun, and the planets, Invited Public Lecture, Clermont, IA, 26 August 2000.

321. Baker, D.N., Solar-terrestrial physics – Past achievements and future opportunities, Tutorial, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

322. Baker, D.N., Space weather events during the S-Ramp special analysis interval: April-May 1998, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

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323. Baker, D.N., Becoming a space scientist, Invited presentation, Odori Public School, Sapporo, Japan, 5 October 2000.

2001 324. Baker, D.N., Spacecraft operational anomalies, Satellite Review Panel, AFTAC, Cocoa Beach, FL, 30

January 2001. 325. Baker, D.N., Relativistic electron flux enhancements during strong geomagnetic activity events,

AGU Chapman Conference on Storm-Substorm Relationships, Lonavala, India, 13 March 2001. 326. Klimas, A.J., V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Multi-turbulence in a 2-dimensional current

sheet model, AGU Chapman Conference on Storm-Substorm Relationships, Lonavala, India, 15 March 2001.

327. Baker, D.N., Facilities and missions needed for magnetosphere-ionosphere-atmosphere studies, NRC, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 26 March 2001.

328. Baker, D.N., Comparison and contrast of solar maximum and the approach to solar minimum conditions, ISTP Workshop, Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 9 April, 2001.

329. Baker, D.N., The Sun and the Planets, Invited presentation, Alexander Dawson School, Lower Division Assembly, 13 April 2001.

330. Baker, D.N., Space Physics programs and promise, USRA Science Council Mtg., Washington, D.C., 20 April 2001.

331. Baker, D.N., Small scientific satellite programs, National Academy of Sciences/Committee on Earth Sciences, Invited Presentation, Boulder, CO 26 April 2001.

332. Baker, D.N., Lessons learned from SAMPEX and other Small Missions, Meeting of Committee on Earth Studies/Task Group on PI-Led Missions, Boulder, CO, 26 April, 2001.

333. Baker, D.N., Solar and Space Physics: A Community Assessment and Strategy for the Future, Invited Presentation, NOAA/Space Environment Center, Boulder, CO, 1 May 2001.

334. Baker, D.N., Inner magnetosphere science missions, NRC presentation, Washington, D.C., 8 May 2001.

335. Baker, D.N., The S-RAMP program – National and International Status and Plans, NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder, 17 June 2001.

336. Baker, D.N., The Connected Sun-Earth System, STP-10 Symposium, Invited Talk, Longmont, CO, 18 June 2001.

337. Baker, D.N., Trapped energetic particles in the magnetosphere and space weather, SCOSTEP Invited Talk, Raintree Plaza, Longmont, CO, 22 June 2001.

338. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, and X. Li, The climatology of the Earth’s high-energy electron environment, ISEC 2001 – Radiation Belt science and Technology, Invited presentation, Queens-town, New Zealand, 23 July 2001.

339. Li, X., M. Temerin, D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, G.E. Reeves, and D. Larson, Long-term measurements of MeV electrons by SAMPEX and quantitative prediction, ISEC 2001 – Radiation Belt Science and Technology, Queenstown, New Zealand, 25 July 2001.

340. Baker, D.N., and G.D. Reeves, Future radiation belt missions and programs, ISEC 2001 – Radiation Belt Science and Technology, Queenstown, New Zealand, 27 July 2001.

341. Baker, D.N. Spacecraft anomalies and space weather, Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling Summer School, Invited lecture, Boston University, 7 August 2001.

342. Baker, D.N., Space Weather – The Industrial Perspective, Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling Summer School, Invited lecture, Boston University, 8 August 2001.

343. Baker, D.N., New views of the Sun and the Planets, Invited presentation, Pueblo Pachyderms Club, Holiday Inn, Pueblo, CO, 31 August 2001.

344. Baker, D.N., A telescopic and microscopic view of the Sun-Earth system: New CLUSTER observations of the magnetosphere, LASP Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, 20 September 2001.

345. Baker, D.N., CLUSTER observations of magnetospheric substorm injections, Nightside Magnetosphere Conference, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 2 October 2001.

346. Baker, D.N., Thin current sheets and magnetotail stability, Nightside Magnetosphere Conference, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 4 October 2001.

347. Baker, D.N., Knowledge Transfer in CISM, Boston University, Center for Space Physics, Boston, MA, 22 October 2001.

348. Baker, D.N., Strategic planning for the Universities Space Research Association, Astronomy and Space Physics Council Meeting, National Space and Technology Center, Huntsville, AL, 14 November 2001.

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349. Baker, D.N., The atmosphere-ionosphere-magnetosphere (AIM) decadal plan, NAS Decadal Survey Mtg., Beckman Center, U. of California, Irvine, CA, 15 November 2001.

350. Baker, D.N., A telescopic and microscopic view of the Sun-Earth system, Invited Talk, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11 December 2001.

351. Baker, D.N., The magnetospheric response to solar wind forcing on 31 March 2001: SOHO, ACE, CLUSTER, IMAGE, FAST, SAMPEX, and GEO observations of a major geomagnetic storm, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 13 December 2001.

2002 352. Baker, D.N., Strategic planning for USRA, Center for Advanced Space Science, Houston, TX, 10

January 2002. 353. Baker, D.N., LASP Space Research Programs and Plans, Ball Aerospace presentation, Boulder, CO,

16 January 2002. 354. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle measurements on the NASA MMS mission, LASP Magnetospheric

Science Meeting, Boulder, CO, 22 January 2002. 355. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER to Mercury, Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Invited Colloquium,

University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 28 January 2002. 356. Baker, D.N., Telescopic and microscopic views of the magnetosphere: Multispacecraft

observations, Invited Review, Magnetospheric Imaging – Yosemite 2002, Yosemite National Park, CA, 7 February 2002.

357. Baker, D.N., Observations concerning space research, Invited talk, Magnetospheric Imaging – Yosemite 2002, Yosemite National Park, CA, 8 February 2002.

358. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle measurements and MMS, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, MD, 14 February 2002.

359. Baker, D.N., CLUSTER, POLAR, and IMAGE observations of magnetospheric substorms, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, 21 February 2002.

360. Baker, D.N., CLUSTER measurements of space plasmas in the context of global multispacecraft observations: The telescope-microscope combination, Invited seminar, NOAA Space Environment Center, Boulder, CO, 7 March 2002.

361. Baker, D.N., CLUSTER measurements of space plasmas in the context of global multispacecraft observations: The telescope-microscope combination, Invited Seminar, Space Physics Group, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 29 April 2002.

362. Baker, D.N., Knowledge transfer in the CISM program, NSF/STC Strategic Planning Meeting, Boston University, Boston, MA, 15 May 2002.

363. Baker, D.N., Follow the Energy: SNOE and particle precipitation, Invited talk, Barth Symposium, Boulder, CO, 17 May 2002.

364. Baker, D.N., et al., Precipitating auroral electrons and lower thermospheric nitric oxide densities: SNOE, POLAR, SAMPEX, and NOAA/POES comparisons for geomagnetic storms in 1998-2001, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 28 May 2002.

365. Baker, D.N., Ten years of SAMPEX radiation belt mapping, presentation NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC, 3 June 2002.

366. Baker, D.N., CLUSTER measurements of space plasmas: The telescope-microscope combination, Invited Seminar, High Altitude Observatory, NCAR, Boulder, CO, 12 June 2002.

367. Baker, D.N., Multispacecraft observations during the CLUSTER era, RAPID Science Working Team Meeting, Killarney, Ireland, 18 June 2002.

368. Baker, D.N., Multispacecraft observations of substorms: CLUSTER substorm events, GEM 2002, Telluride, CO, 24-28 June 2002.

369. Baker, D.N., The International Space Weather Program: Response to threats to human technology, 20th Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, NZ, 9-12 July, 2002.

370. Rigler, E.J., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, and S.G. Kanekal, Evolving electron loss efficiency as a function of changing solar wind conditions – A global history written with adaptive linear response functions, 20th Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, NZ, 9-12 July 2002.

371. Li, X., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, M. Looper, and M. Temerin, Long term and short term forecast of radiation belt electrons, 20th Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, NZ, 9-12 July 2002.

372. Elkington, S.R., D.N. Baker, M.K. Hudson, and M.J. Wiltberger, Physical models of the radiation belts and the role of the plasma sheet as a source of energetic particles, 20th Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, NZ, 9-12 July 2002.

373. Baker, D.N., Spacecraft operational anomalies and failures, CISM summer School, Boston, 5 August 2002.

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374. Baker, D.N., Interactions with industry concerning space weather, CISM summer School, Boston, 6 August 2002.

375. Baker, D.N., The Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, LASP Seminar Series, Invited talk, 5 September 2002.

376. Baker, D.N., The Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, Ball Aerospace, Invited talk, 6 September 2002.

377. Baker, D.N., Space Weather: Threats to human technology, Invited Lecture, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Invited lecture presented to “Star-gazer’s Weekend”, Estes Park, CO, 7 September 2002.

378. Baker, D.N., The Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, NOAA Space Environment Center Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, 12 September 2002.

379. Baker, D.N., and the CLUSTER Team, CLUSTER observations of geomagnetic storms and of magnetospheric substorm behavior in the near- and mid-tail regions, COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Houston, TX, 10-19 October 2002.

380. Baker, D.N., Space weather: Dealing with threats to human technology, APS Colloquium, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 28 October 2002.

381. Baker, D.N., The Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling, presented at the Air Force Center for Integrated Space Forecasting, Space & Missiles Command, Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, CO, 18 November 2002.

382. Baker, D.N., Introduction to Advanced Space and Power Systems, 2002 Core Technologies for Space Systems Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, 19 November 2002.

383. Baker, D.N., et al., Tracing the Sun-earth connection: The solar particle chain in April 2002, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

384. Baker, D.N., Next steps toward an integrated solar-terrestrial data environment: A summary view, San Francisco, CA, 6-10 December 2002.

385. Baker, D.N., The Education and Public Outreach Committee of the AGU Space Physics and Aeronomy Section: Supporting AGU Scientists in their Educational Endeavors, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

386. Baker, D.N., The recent past and future prospects for research at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Invited talk presented at the 50th Anniversary of the CU Space Program Celebration, CU Heritage Center, Boulder, CO 12 December 2002.

2003 387. Baker, D.N., Relativistic electron enhancements and the radiation belts, Relativistic Electron

Workshop, Maui, Hawaii, 7 January 2003. 388. Baker, D.N., Ten years of SAMPEX particle measurements – World premiere, SAMPEX Science

Meeting, Maui, Hawaii, 9 January 2003. 389. Baker, D.N., The science of SORCE in the LASP context, U. of Colorado press briefing, Boulder, CO,

17 January 2003. 390. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics – Aerospace Engineering

Education, Briefing to NASA Academy of Program and Project Learning (APPL), Boulder, CO, 30 January 2003.

391. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP and Space Research Institutes, Briefing to Board of Overseers, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Boulder, CO, 31 January 2003.

392. Baker, D.N., LASP Space Research and the NASA Shuttle Program, Press briefing, U. of Colorado, Boulder, 3 February 2003.

393. Baker, D.N., University programs and AFTAC, Presentation at Satellite System Review Panel, Cape Canaveral, FL, 6 February 2003.

394. Mason, G.M., and D.N. Baker, Ten years of SAMPEX particle observations, Sun-Earth Connections Advisory Subcommittee mtg. Invited talk, Washington, DC, 20 February 2003.

395. Baker, D.N., Knowledge Transfer and Empirical Modeling in CISM, Presentation at CISM Advisory Committee Meeting, NCAR/Boulder, CO, 4 March 2003.

396. Baker, D.N., Solar, space physics, and planetary science at CU-Boulder, Presentation to U. of Colorado Regents, Fiske Planetarium, Boulder, CO, 19 March 2003.

397. Baker, D.N., Space weather: Specifying and forecasting threats to human technology, Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure Workshop, Rhodes, Greece, 25-29 March 2003.

398. Li, X., M. Temerin, D.N. Baker, and S.G. Kanekal, Forecast of radiation belt electrons and the Dst Index, Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure Workshop, Rhodes, Greece, 25-29 March 2003.

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399. Vassiliadis, D., R.S. Weigel, A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, E.J. Rigler, S.G. Kanekal, T. Nagai, S.F. Fung, and R. Friedel, Structure and dynamics of the outer radiation belt, Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure Workshop, Rhodes, Greece, 25-29 March 2003.

400. Baker, D.N., SAMPEX – 10 Years of Sun-Earth Connections Science Using Energetic Particle Measurements, LASP Seminar Series, U. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 1 May 2003.

401. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s radiation belts: Solar wind, magnetotail and atmospheric connections, Invited talk, Symp. GAIII.06, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July 2003.

402. Baker, D.N., E.J. Rigler, R.S. Weigel, and D.F. Moorer, Data assimilation in the radiation belts, Invited talk, Symp. GAII.05, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July 2003.

403. Baker, D.N, and R.L. McPherron, CLUSTER observations of magnetospheric substorm behavior in mid-tail regions, Invited talk, Symp. GAIII.05, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July 2003.

404. Baker, D.N., A concept for the International Geophysical Year plus 50, Invited presentation, IUGG Committee, Sapporo, Japan, 4 July 2003.

405. Baker, D.N., The Electronic Geophysical Year (eGY): A program for IGY+50, Invited presentation, IAGA Conference of Delegates, Sapporo, Japan, 10 July 2003.

406. Baker, D.N., Solar, Planetary, and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, presented at LASP, Boulder, CO, 28-29 July 2003.

407. Baker, D.N., Particle acceleration in the inner magnetosphere, Chapman Conference on Physics and Modeling of the Inner Magnetosphere, Helsinki, Finland, 25-29 August 2003.

408. Baker, D.N., Characterizing the Earth’s outer Van Allen Zone using the Radiation Belt Content (RBC) Index, ISEC 2003, Toulouse, France, 2-5 September 2003.

409. Baker, D.N., New RAPID results for CLUSTER magnetospheric substorm studies, RAPID Team Meeting, U. of Bergen, Bergen, Norway, 7 October 2003.

410. Baker, D.N., Living with a Star MOWG Recommendations and Findings, SECAS Meeting, Washington, DC, 5 November 2003.

411. Baker, D.N., Cluster observations of magnetospheric substorms and reconnection, Mindlin Foundation Lecture Series, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 17-21 November 2003.

412. Baker, D.N., Space Weather: Threats to modern human technology, Mindlin Foundation Lecture Series, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 17-21 November, 2003.

413. Baker, D.N., Studies of relativistic electron acceleration and loss, Mindlin Foundation Lecture Series, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 17-21 November, 2003.

414. Barth, C.A., D.N. Baker, and S.M. Bailey, Seasonal variation of auroral electron precipitation, LASP Seminar Series, 13 November, Boulder, CO, 2003.

415. Baker, D.N., C. Barton, A. Rodger, B. Fraser, B. Thompson, and V. Papitashvili, Moving Be-yond IGY: An electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) concept, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

416. Baker, D.N., Radiation Belt responses to the solar events of October-November 2003, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

417. Baker, D.N., Van Allen Lecture: Introduction of Dr. Goetz Paschmann, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

2004 418. Baker, D.N., The electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) Concept, Invited seminar, National Geophysical

Data Center, NOAA Laboratories, Boulder, CO, 21 January 2004. 419. Baker, D.N., and H.E. Spence, Inner magnetosphere variations during the October 2003 storm,

Invited talk, Yosemite 2004 Conference, Yosemite National Park, CA, 6 February 2004. 420. Baker, D.N., The October-November 2003 Solar Storms and Their Effects on Spacecraft, Air Force

Technical Applications Center, Cocoa Beach, FL, 25 February 2004. 421. Baker, D.N., The Living With a Star MOWG Perspective, SECAS Meeting, NASA HQ, Washington,

DC, 10 March 2004. 422. Baker, D.N., The substorm growth phase; Relationships between Bursty Bulk Flows (BBFs),

pseudobreakups, and substorms, International Conference on Substorms-7, Helsinki, Finland, 23 March 2004.

423. Baker, D.N., Impacts of space weather on spacecraft, Space Weather Week, Space Environment Center, NOAA, Boulder, CO 13-16 April 2004.

424. Baker, D.N., The electronic Geophysical Year, International Heliospherical Year (IHY) Planning Workshop, National Solar Observatory, Sunspot, NM, 21 April 2004.

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425. Baker, D.N., The Space Physics Program Overview for the LWS/MOWG, NASA HQ, Washington, DC, 10 May 2004.

426. Baker, D.N., LASP Groundbreaking Ceremony Remarks, U. of Colorado, Boulder, 12 May 2004. 427. Baker, D.N., SPA Overview, Spring AGU Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 17-21 May 2004. 428. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and J.H. Allen, Radiation belt responses to the solar storms

of October-November 2003, Spring AGU Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 17-21 May 2004. 429. Green, J.C., D.N. Baker, H.W. Kroehl, E.A. Kihn, J.F. Fennell, J.B. Blake, G.D. Reeves, R.H. Friedel,

R.E. McGuire, S.F. Fung, S.G. Kanekal, G.M. Mason, E.J. Rigler, R.S. Weigel, and S.R. Elkington, Vision for a Virtual Radiation Belt Observatory (VIRBO), Spring AGU Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 17-21 May 2004.

430. McClintock, W.E., and D.N. Baker, Exploring Mercury’s surface-ionosphere-space environment system during the MESSENGER mission, Spring AGU Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 17-21 May 2004.

431. Baker, D.N., Empirical and Forecast Modeling, CISM Site Visit, Boston University, Boston, MA, 25 May 2004.

432. Mason, G., and D.N. Baker, The SAMPEX Mission, NASA HQ, Washington, DC, 27 May 2004. 433. Baker, D.N., LASP and the Solar Dynamics Observatory program, SDO Team Meeting, Boulder, CO,

28 June 2004. 434. Baker, D.N., Cluster observations of magnetospheric substorms in the mid-tail region, Invited

Seminar, U. of Maryland, College Park, 1 June 2004. 435. Baker, D.N., Cluster measurements of space plasmas in the context of global in situ and remote

sensing observations: The telescope-microscope combination, COSPAR, 35th Scientific Assembly, Paris, France, 18-25 July 2004.

436. Baker, D.N., The eGY: Present status and future directions, Electronic Geophysical Year Planning Meeting, Boulder, CO, 3 September 2004.

437. Baker, D.N., Status of Knowledge Transfer and empirical modeling efforts in CISM, CISM All Hands Meeting, Boston, MA, 20 September 2004.

438. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle measurement results in the Cluster program, Cluster Science workshop, U. of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 28 September 2004.

439. Baker, D.N., Space environment effects of the solar events of October-November 2003, LASP Science Seminar, U. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 7 October 2004.

440. Baker, D.N., From Explorer I to the Exploration Vision: Space Weather and the Space Environment, Invited lecture, Van Allen Day Symposium, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 9 October 2004.

441. Baker, D.N., Present status and future challenges of modeling the Sun-Earth end-to-end system, Challenges to Modeling the Sun-Earth System, Huntsville, AL, 18-22 October 2004.

442. Bagenal, F., J.L. Burch, D.N. Baker, Space physics and the Space Exploration Vision, NASA HQ Briefing, Washington, DC, 27 October 2004.

443. Bagenal, F., J.L. Burch, D.N. Baker, A. Charo, Space physics and the NASA Exploration vision, Briefing to U.S. Congress staff, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC, 27 October 2004.

444. Bagenal, F., D.N. Baker, A. Charo, Space science budgets and the Exploration Vision, Office of Science and Technology Policy briefing, New Executive Office Building Washington, DC, 27 October 2004.

445. Baker, D.N., Present plans and future directions for the CSSP, Committee on Solar and Space Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 28 October 2004.

446. Baker, D.N., Comparative magnetosphere studies using the JMEX program, NASA Headquarters presentation, 2 November 2004.

447. Baker, D.N., The Solar and Space Physics Response to the NASA Exploration Vision, Space Studies Board Presentation, National Academy of Sciences, Irvine, CA, 18 November 2004.

448. Baker, D.N., The Science Operation Center (SOC) for the MMS mission, MMS Site Visit Briefing, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX, 30 November 2004.

449. Baker, D.N., Space weather: Space environmental threats to human technology, Director’s Colloquium, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, 2 December 2004.

450. Baker, D.N., Update on the October-November 2003 Solar storm, Satellite Systems Review Panel, Air Force Technical Applications Center, Cocoa Beach, FL, 7 December 2004.

451. Baker, D.N., S.P. Monk, S.G. Kanekal, X. Li, J. Goldstein, and J.L. Burch, Acceleration and extreme distortion within the Van Allen radiation belts during the “Halloween” solar storms of 2004, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 13-17 December 2004.

452. Baker, D.N., “The Earth’s Safe Zone Became Hot Zone During Halloween 2003 Storms”, NASA Space Science Update Presentation, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 13-17 December 2004.

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2005 453. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, X. Li, S.P. Monk, J. Goldstein and J.L. Burch, Acceleration and extreme

distortion within the Van Allen radiation belts during the “Halloween” solar storms of 2003, URSI, National Radio Science Meeting, University of Colorado at Boulder, 5-8 January 2005.

454. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Recent observations of relativistic electron energization in the Earth’s magnetosphere, URSI, National Radio Science Meeting, University of Colorado at Boulder, 5-8 January 2005.

455. Elkington, S.R., M. Wiltberger, A.A. Chan, and D.N. Baker, Radiation belt energization via interaction with ULF waves; MHD simulations of magnetospheric ULF activity, URSI, National Radio Science Meeting, University of Colorado at Boulder, 5-8 January 2005.

456. Baker, D.N., Space environment effects of the solar events of October-November 2003, Invited Colloquium, Ball Aerospace, Boulder CO, 28 January 2005.

457. Baker, D.N., Solar and space physics observations, end-to-end space weather models, and impacts on the NASA Exploration Vision, Invited Seminar at HAO/NCAR, Boulder, CO, 2 February, 2005.

458. Baker, D.N., Effect of the space environment on spacecraft operations, Aerospace Seminar, U. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 4 February 2005.

459. Baker, D.N., Overview of the eGY, Invited talk, Electronic Geophysical Year Planning Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, 14 February, 2005.

460. Baker, D.N., How the storms affected the magnetosphere, AAAS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 20 February 2005.

461. Baker, D.N., LASP Overview, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 4 March 2005.

462. Baker, D.N., Tutorial on Radiation Belts, Invited, LWS/Coordinated Data Analysis Workshop, George Washington University, Fairfax, VA, 14-16 March 2005.

463. Baker, D.N., Challenges of End-to-End solar-terrestrial modeling, Invited seminar, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, 22 March 2005.

464. Baker, D.N., Overview of Sun-Earth connections and E. Huttunen thesis disputation, Invited opponent, University of Helsinki, 23 March 2005.

465. Baker, D.N., Saving the ‘Great Observatory’ for Space Physics, Invited Lecture, ASTR 4800 Space Policy Class, University of Colorado, Boulder, 13 April 2005.

466. Goldstein, J., D.N. Baker, B.R. Sandel, J.L. Burch, and J.F. Fennell, Plasmaspheric influence on radiation belts during major geomagnetic storms, Spring AGU Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 23-27 May 2005.

467. Green, J.C., T.G. Onsager, T.P. O’Brien, B.J. Fraser, H.J. Singer, A.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, E.J. Rigler, and R.H. Friedel, Relationship between the plasmasphere and relativistic electron flux depletions in Earth’s outer radiation belt, Spring AGU Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 23-27 May 2005.

468. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, X. Li, and S. Elkington, Effects of coronal mass ejections and solar wind streams on the Earth’s radiation belts, IAGA 2005 Conference, Toulouse, France, July 18-29 2005.

469. Baker, D.N., E.J. Rigler, R.S. Weigel, and D. Vassiliadis, Data assimilation methods for characterizing and forecasting radiation belt properties, IAGA 2005 Conference, Toulouse, France, 18-29 July 2005.

470. Baker, D.N., N. Farr, S. Monk, P. Wu, Q. Zong, and T.A. Fritz, Cluster observations of magnetospheric substorm expansion and recovery phase features in the near- and mid-tail regions, IAGA 2005 Conference, Toulouse, France, 18-29 July 2005.

471. Baker, D.N., and J.O. Burns, CU’s possible role in the Los Alamos Consortium, Univ. of Colorado Regents Meeting, Boulder, CO, 7 September 2005.

472. Baker, D.N., Forecast modeling within CISM, All-Hands Meeting, Boston, MA, 13 September 2005. 473. Baker, D.N., Knowledge Transfer activities update, CISM Meeting, Boston, MA, 13 September

2005. 474. Baker, D.N., The electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) and the IGY+50 program, NSF Headquarters,

Arlington, VA, 16 September 2005. 475. Baker, D.N., The Vision for Space Exploration Report, SSPVSE Workshop, Wintergreen, VA, 20

October 2005. 476. Baker, D.N., Space Weather: Effects on Human Technology, Space Seminar, U. of Colorado,

Boulder, CO, 25 October 2005. 477. Farr, N., D.N. Baker, S. Monk, M. Wiltberger, P. Wu, Q Zong, and T.A. Fritz, Cluster observations

of magnetospheric substorm expansion and recovery phase features in the near- and mid-tail

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regions: Comparison with numerical simulations, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December, 2005.

478. Fritz, T.A., Q. Zong, D.N. Baker, M. Goldstein, P. Daly, S. Fu, H. Frey, A. Balogh, and H. Reme, Earthward flowing plasmoid: Structure and its related auroral signature, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 2005.

479. Baker, D.N., Cluster measurements of magnetospheric substorms and their implications for the near-Earth neutral line model, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 2005.

480. Baker, D.N., Using the Space Physics Great Observatory to study magnetospheric coupling: data-modeling closure, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 2005.

2006 481. Baker, D.N., Space weather effects and human technology, American Meteorological Society, 86th

Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 29 January 2006. 482. Baker, D.N., Connections from the Sun to the Earth's atmosphere, Invited talk, Ed Stone

Symposium, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, 10 February 2006. 483. Baker, D.N., Ed Stone and Magnetospheric Research, E. Stone Dinner Talk, Caltech, Pasadena, CA,

11 February 2006. 484. Baker, D.N., Knowledge transfer goals and accomplishments, CISM Advisory Committee Meeting

(via Access Grid), Boston University, Boston, MA, 23 February 2006. 485. Baker, D.N., The FY 07 NASA Budget and its impacts on Heliophysics, National Academy of

Sciences, Washington, DC, 24 February 2006. 486. Baker, D.N., The impacts of the NASA budget on Solar and Space Physics, Invited talk, Space

Studies board, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 7 March 2006. 487. Baker, D.N., Overview of eGY activities and plans, Opening talk, Electronic Geophysical Year

planning meeting, Boulder, CO, 13 March 2006. 488. Baker, D.N., The FY 07 Budget Impacts on Solar and Space Physics, Briefing to Office of

Management and Budget and to OSTP, Exec. Off. Of the President, Washington DC, 29 March 2006.

489. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, and V. Uritsky, Nonlinear dynamics in the magneto-sphere, ICS-8 Meeting, Banff, Canada, 27-31 March 2006.

490. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and its effects on human technology, Invited Talk, Boulder Astronomy and Space Society, Boulder, CO, 15 April 2006.

491. Baker, D.N., Free and open exchange of data: The legacy of IGY and the goal of eGY, Spring AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 23-26 May 2006.

492. Baker, D.N., eGY and IGY: Past, present and future, Press Conference, Spring AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 23-26 May 2006.

493. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and its effects on Human technology, Iowa State University, Ames, 26 May 2006.

494. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, and V. Uritsky, Nonlinear dynamics in the magnetosphere, Aegean Conference "20 Years of nonlinear dynamics in Geoscience", Rhodes, Greece, 11-6 June 2006.

495. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, X. Li, Solar cycle changes of energetic particle properties in the inner magnetosphere, Asian Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS), Singapore, 10-14 July 2006.

496. Baker, D.N., Overview of the electronic Geophysical Year (eGY), International Year Session, Asian Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS), Singapore, 13 July 2006.

497. Baker, D.N., Creating new science in the Information Age: eGY, Special Meeting at COSPAR, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China, 20 July 2006.

498. Baker, D.N., Solar wind streams, recurrent geomagnetic storms, and relativistic electron enhancements in the outer magnetosphere: Multi-spacecraft coordinated measurements, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting (WPGM), Beijing, China, 24-27 July, 2006.

499. Baker, D.N., Space Hazards and Space Weather, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting (WPGM), Beijing, China, 24-27 July 2006.

500. Baker, D.N., Outer radiation belt changes during storms and substorms; Relationships to the ring current and plasmasphere, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting (WPGM), Beijing, China, 24-27 July, 2006.

501. Elkington, S.R., M. Wiltberger, and D.N. Baker, Convective and substorm injection of energetic plasmasheet particles into the inner magnetosphere, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Beijing, China, 24-27 July 2006.

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502. Goldstein, J., D.N. Baker, B. Sandel, and S. Kanekal, Plasmaspheric influence on radiation belts during major geomagnetic storms, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Beijing, China, 24-27 July 2006.

503. Li, X., D.N. Baker, P. O’Brien, L. Zie, and Q Zong, Correlation between the inner edge of outer radiation belt electrons and the innermost plasmapause location, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Beijing, China, 24-27 July 2006.

504. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and its Effects on Human Technology, LASP Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, 18 August 2006.

505. Baker, D.N., Solar cycle changes, geomagnetic storms, and energetic particle properties in the inner magnetosphere, International Symposium on Recent Observations and Simulations of the Sun-Earth System (ISROSES), Varna, Bulgaria, 17-22 September 2006.

506. Baker, D.N., A Remembrance of James A. Van Allen, International Symposium on Recent Observations and Simulations of the Sun-Earth System (ISROSES), Varna, Bulgaria, 17-22 September 2006.

507. Baker, D.N., Outer radiation belt changes during storms and high-speed solar wind streams: Relationships to the ring current and plasmasphere, Huntsville 2006 Workshop, Challenges to Modeling the Sun-Earth System, Nashville, TN, 2-6 October 2006.

508. Peroomian, V., D.N. Baker, and R. Chappell, Outstanding problems in particle connection modeling, Huntsville 2006 Workshop, Challenges to Modeling the Sun-Earth System, Nashville, TN, 2-6 October 2006.

509. Baker, D.N., Decadal surveys and Solar and Space Physics plans, Invited presentation, Space Studies board Workshop, Irvine, CA, 15 November 2006.

510. Baker, D.N., Nimble and flexible responses to CU/Boulder research objectives, presentation at CU Institute Director’s Retreat, Boulderado Hotel, Boulder, CO, 17 November 2006.

511. Baker, D.N., The Mission of Opportunity Radiation Belt Experiment (MORE), Canadian Space Agency Headquarters, St. Hubert, Canada (Montreal), 4 December 2006.

512. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and the Vision for Space Exploration, Invited Lecture, Astrophysics Department (ASTR 4800), U. of Colorado, Boulder, 6 December 2006.

513. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s Radiation Belts, Union Lecture, SPA Tutorial, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 10 December 2006.

514. Baker, D.N., Small spacecraft programs and the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Invited talk, Google HQ, Mountain View, CA, 11 December 2006.

515. Green, J.C., T.G. Onsager, P. O’Brien, B. Fraser, H.J. Singer, A. Smith, D.N. Baker, R.H. Friedel, G. Reeves, and Y. Fei, Identifying the cause of relativistic electron flux depletions in Earth’s outer radiation belt, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 2006.

516. Baker, D.N., X. Li, S.R. Elkington, J.F. Fennell, H. Spence, L. Kistler, S.G. Kanekal, and J.R. Wygant, The Mission of Opportunity Radbelt Experiment (MORE) for the RBSP Program, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 2006.

517. Spence, H.E., D.N. Baker, et al., The Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Energetic Particle, Composition, and Thermal Plasma (ECT) Instrument Suite, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 2006.

518. Wygant, J.R., C.A. Cattell, J. Dombeck, J. Bonnell, F. Mozer, S. Bale, C. Chaston, B. Ergun, D.N. Baker, X. Li, M.K. Hudson, R. Strangeway, J. Alpert, D. Brautigam, I. Mann, and J. Foster, The Electric Field Wave instrument on the Radiation Belt Storm Probe Mission, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 2006.

519. Mann, I.R., D.N. Baker, et al., The Outer Radiation Belt Injection, Transport, Acceleration and Loss Satellite (ORBITALS): A Canadian mission to the inner magnetosphere, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 2006.

2007 520. Baker, D.N., The Hazards of Space Weather, Denver Astronomical Society, U. of Denver, Denver,

CO, 2 February 2007. 521. Baker, D.N., Space Weather at Earth, AAAS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 February

2007. 522. Baker, D.N., The Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope – RBSP/ECT Science Team Meeting,

Boulder, CO, 22 February 2007. 523. Baker, D.N., Space hazards and space weather, ISSS-8, Kauai, Hawaii, 2 March 2007. 524. Antiochos, S., and D.N. Baker, The solar and space physics funding picture, Space Studies Board,

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 6 March 2007.

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525. Baker, D.N., The REPT Sensor and the MORE mission, U. of California, Berkeley, CA, 7 March 2007. 526. Baker, D.N., An overview of the eGY, Electronic Geophysical Year Annual Meeting, National Center

for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, 13 March 2007. 527. Baker, D.N., Overview of planned projects, Committee on Solar and Space Physics, National

Research Council, Washington, DC, 2 April 2007. 528. Baker, D.N., Space Radiation and the Vision for Space Exploration – Introductory Talk, Space

Weather Enterprise Forum, Washington, DC, 5 April 2007. 529. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric Variability and Space Weather, Invited Lecture, ASTR 5300, U. of

Colorado, Boulder, 10 April 2007. 530. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP, LASP All-Hands Meeting, Boulder, CO, 16 April 2007. 531. Baker, D.N., and R.S. Weigel, Virtual Observatories and a vision for 21st century data systems,

Spring AGU Meeting, Acapulco, Mexico, 22-25 May 2007. 532. Baker, D.N., Observations and impact assessments of extreme space weather events, Spring AGU

Meeting, Acapulco, Mexico, 22-25 May 2007. 533. Baker, D.N., AIM Receiver Lock Analysis, Invited presentation, Mission Operations Meeting,

University of Colorado, Boulder, 13 June 2007. 534. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP science and engineering, CU Meeting w/D. Elliman, ATLAS Building,

University of Colorado, Boulder, 2 August 2007. 535. Baker, D.N., Scientific and programmatic overview of the MORE project, Invited talk, Canadian

Space Agency, Montreal (St. Hubert), Canada, 14 August 2007. 536. Baker, D.N., Earth's magnetic and atmospheric shields, Invited Tutorial, Living With a Star

Workshop, NCAR/HAO, Boulder, CO, 13 September 2007. 537. Pankratz, C., and D.N. Baker, MMS Science Operations, MMS Mission Definition Review,

Greenbelt, MD, 19 September 2007. 538. Baker, D.N., Space Hazards and Space Weather, Invited Sigma Xi Lecture, Boulder, CO, 2 October

2007. 539. Baker, D.N., The Mission of Opportunity Radbelt Experiment, NASA Site Visit, Boulder, CO, 29

October 2007. 540. Baker, D.N., Program opportunities and project advocacy, Satellite Systems Review Panel, AFTAC,

Patrick Air Force base, FL, 8 November 2007. 541. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and Space Hazards, Invited Lecture, ASTR 4800, University of

Colorado, Boulder, 3 December 2007. 542. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and Human Technology, Invited Seminar, Mechanical Engineering

department, University of Colorado, Boulder, 6 December 2007. 543. Baker, D.N., Solar disturbances and their geospace impacts, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA,

10-14 December 2007. 544. Barton, C., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, and E. CoBabe-Ammann, Ready access and utilization of

data: Essential ingredients for global observation systems, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 10-14 December 2007.

545. Gehmeyr, M., D.N. Baker, G. Millward, and D. Odstrcil, Applying forecast models from the Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 10-14 December 2007.

2008 546. Gehmeyr, M.G., Millward, D.N. Baker, and D. Odstrcil, Applying the real-time forecast models

from the Center for Integrated Space Weather modeling, American Meteorological Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 20-24 January 2008.

547. Baker, D.N., Overview of Space Weather effects in Geospace, Invited Presentation to X Prize Foundation, American Meteorological Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 20-24 January 2008.

548. Baker, D.N., Looking to the future of space weather specification and geospace forecasting, American Meteorological Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 20-24 January 2008.

549. Baker, D.N., Explorer I and the launch of the space age (Introductory Remarks, MESSENGER Open House, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Boulder, CO, 30 January 2008.

550. Baker, D.N., Space physics and space weather, Guest Lecturer, ASTR 1120, University of Colorado, Boulder, 4 February 2008.

551. Baker, D.N., The impacts of the President's FY09 budget request (and FY08 operating plan) on the NASA Heliophysics Program, Invited presentation, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 11 March 2008.

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552. Baker, D.N., The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT) On Board the NASA Radiation Belt Storm Probe (RBSP) Mission, Invited Seminar, Space Weather Prediction Center, NOAA, Boulder, CO, 13 March 2008.

553. Baker, D.N., The societal and economic impacts of severe space weather events, Invited Presentation to NASA Heliophysics Subcommittee (via phone), Washington DC, 20 March 2008.

554. Baker, D.N., Overview of the eGY, Annual eGY Meeting, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, 5 March 2008.

555. Baker, D.N., Assessment of the Impact of the FY09 President's Budget Request on the NASA Heliophysics Program, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 11 March 2008.

556. Baker, D.N., The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope onboard NASA's RBSP Mission, Invited Seminar, NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), Boulder, CO, 13 March 2008.

557. Baker, D.N., Knowledge Transfer Overview, Annual Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling Advisory Council Meeting, Boston University, 18 March 2008.

558. Baker, D.N., Looking to the future of space weather specification and geospace forecasting, Invited Keynote address, Solar Dynamics Observatory Workshop, Napa, CA, 25 March 2008.

559. Baker, D.N., Future Small Missions and Plans, Invited panel remarks, Universities Space Re-search Association Annual Symposium, Washington DC, 28 March 2008.

560. Baker, D.N., Overview of NASA Heliophysics Program and Budget issues, Committee on Solar and Space Physics, National Research Council, Washington DC, 1 April 2008.

561. Baker, D.N., MORE overview and requirements, ORBITAL Mission Requirements Review, Canadian Space Agency, St. Hubert, Canada, 8 April 2008.

562. Baker, D.N., The future role of universities in applied space sciences, Invited talk, Space Studies Board, International Geophysical Year 50th Anniversary Celebration, University of Colorado, Boulder, 14 April 2008.

563. Baker, D.N., Overview of Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Invited talk for "AdAstra", University of Houston, Houston, TX, 21 April 2008.

564. Baker, D.N., NASA Heliophysics Programs and needs for new missions and advanced technology, Invited talk for "AdAstra", University of Houston, Houston, TX, 21 April 2008.

565. Baker, D.N., "Killer" Electrons: Where do they come from and where do they go?, Invited by Edgar Bering, University of Houston, Houston, TX, 22 April 2008.

566. Baker, D.N., Adverse space weather in the ionosphere, Invited talk, Satellite Systems Review Panel, AFTAC, Patrick AFB, Florida, 29 April 2008.

567. Baker, D.N., Knowledge Transfer Summary, Annual CISM Site Visit, Boston University, Boston, MA, 20 May 2008.

568. Baker, D.N., Protecting critical infrastructure, Invited overview, Space Weather Enterprise Forum, National Press Club, Washington, DC, 21 May 2008.

569. Baker, D.N., Societal and Economic Impacts of Space Weather, NRC Workshop, Washington Plaza Hotel, Washington DC, 22 May 2008.

570. Baker, D.N., et al., The Space environment of Mercury: Solar wind and IMF modeling of up-stream conditions, Spring AGU Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 27-30 May 2008.

571. Baker, D.N., et al., Adverse Space Weather at the Solar Cycle Minimum, Spring AGU Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 27-30 May 2008.

572. Baker, D.N., NRC Committee on Solar and Space Physics Perspective, Invited talk, Committee on NASA's Heliospheric Performance Assessment, High Altitude Observatory, Boulder, CO, 10 June 2008.

573. Baker, D.N., Status of NRC Report: Societal and economic impacts of severe space weather events workshop, Heliospheric Subcommittee meeting, NASA HQ, Washington, DC, 13 June 2008.

574. Baker, D.N., EGY: Progress toward a global earth and space science information commons, 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada, 13-20 July 2008.

575. Baker, D.N., The future of space weather specification and geospace forecasting, 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada, 13-20 July 2008.

576. Baker, D.N., The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT), 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada, 13-20 July 2008.

577. Baker, D.N., R.B. Horne, N.P. Meredith, S.G. Kanekal, and S.A. Glauert, Low-altitude measurements of 2-6 MeV electron trapping lifetimes in the range of L between 1.5 and 2.5, 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada, 13-20 July 2008.

578. Baker, D.N., High speed solar wind streams during 2007 and 2008 and their geoeffectiveness, CSSE Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, 23 July 2008.

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579. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP and CU space activities, Briefing to Adm. Richard Truly, Leeds Business School, U. of Colorado, Boulder, 28 August 2008.

580. Baker, D.N., The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT): Science objectives and driving performance requirements, RBSP Program Preliminary Design Review, University of Colorado, Boulder, 15 September 2008.

581. Baker, D.N., The use of small spacecraft in Earth Science programs, Invited presentation, Committee on Earth Sciences, National Research Council, UCAR Headquarters, Boulder, CO 23 September 2008.

582. D.N. Baker, Living with a Star: Understanding the space environment through international space research programs, University of Alberta, 26 September, 2008.

583. D.N. Baker, Space weather and effects on human technology, University of Alberta, 26 September, 2008.

584. Baker, D.N., International Space Science Programs: Basic research with a high public purpose, Invited keynote address, World Space Week, Secure World Foundation, Fiske Planetarium, Boulder, CO, 10 October 2008.

585. Baker, D.N., The role of universities in the Space Program, SPRL at 60, Universities and Space Exploration, Ann Arbor, MI, 16-17 October 2008.

586. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER at Mercury: Old questions and new insights, University of New Mexico, 24-26 October 2008.

587. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER at Mercury: Exploring the Sun’s nearest neighbor, University of New Mexico, 24-26 October 2008.

588. Baker, D.N., Particle acceleration to high energies in the magnetosphere, 2008 Huntsville Workshop, Huntsville, 26-31 October 2008.

589. Baker, D.N., The International Living With a Star (ILWS) Program: Basic space science with a high public purpose, Keynote Lecture, 50 Years after IGY, Symposium, Tsukuba, Japan, 6-7 November 2008.

590. Baker, D.N., eGY: Progress toward a global Earth and Space Science Informatics Commons, 50 Years after IGY, Symposium, Tsukuba, Japan, 10-13 November, 2008.

591. Baker, D.N., The Van Allen Radiation Belts and their impact on modern space science, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2008.

592. Baker, D.N., et al., The space environment of Mercury: Solar wind and IMF modeling of up-stream conditions, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2008.

593. Baker, D.N., et al., AIM receiver/communication lock analysis: Space weather relationships, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2008.

2009 594. Baker, D.N., Economic and Societal Impacts of Space Weather, American Meteorological Society,

Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 12 January 2009. 595. Baker, D.N., Effects of Space Weather on Human Technology, TruNews Radio Interview, 14

January 2009. 596. Baker, D.N., Solar Wind Coupling: From Substorms to Radiation Belt Particle Enhancements,

Nonlinear Magnetosphere Meeting, Viña Del Mar, Chile, 23 January 2009. 597. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP and the Benefits of Small Spacecraft, Surrey Satellite Systems

Briefing, Boulder, CO, 4 February 2009. 598. Baker, D.N., LASP Overview, Meeting with Surrey Spacecraft Systems, Boulder, CO, 4 February

2009. 599. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER to Mercury, Ball Aerospace, Boulder, CO, 6 February 2009. 600. Baker, D.N., Taking AIM at the space environment – When bad space weather is good, LASP

Seminar, Boulder, CO, 26 February 2009. 601. Baker, D.N., Solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, Center of Excellence Winter School, Ise-Shima,

Japan, 23 February 2009. 602. Baker, D.N., The Kennel-Petschek Limit and Radiation Belt Storm Probes Measurements, RBSP

Science Team Meeting, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Invited presentation, Laurel, MD, 4 March 2009.

603. Baker, D.N., The benefits of small spacecraft in Earth science, Earth Science Decadal Planning Workshop, Boulder, CO, 23 March 2009.

604. Baker, D.N., Economic and Societal Impacts of Space Weather, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC, 25 March 2009.

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605. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric substorm expansion and recovery phase features in the near- and mid-tail regions, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 27 March 2009.

606. Baker, D.N., The benefits and uses of small spacecraft in NOAA Earth Climate Missions, Briefing to Abby Harper/NOAA, 30 March 2009.

607. Baker, D.N., Small satellites for international space science, Briefing to Graham Gibbs, Canadian space Agency, 3 April 2009.

608. Baker, D.N., Space Research With a High Public Purpose, Invited Presentation, University of Colorado Foundation Dinner, Denver Country Club, Denver, CO, 7 April 2009.

609. Baker, D.N., The Economic and Societal Impacts of Space Weather, Invited Seminar, NOAA Space Weather Predictions Center, Boulder, CO, 9 April 2009.

610. Baker, D.N., The Space Environment of Mercury: Modeling of Upstream Conditions, Invited presentation, Friends of Magnetosphere Seminar, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 14 April 2009.

611. Baker, D.N., Workshop on the role of small satellites in Earth observations, Briefing (video) to NRC Committee on Earth Sciences, 16 April 2009.

612. Baker, D.N., International Space Science Programs: Basic Research with a High Public Purpose, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 19-24 April 2009.

613. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, et al., MESSENGER observations of magnetic reconnection in Mercury’s magnetosphere, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 19-24 April 2009.

614. Baker, D.N., The economic and societal impacts of Space Weather, Invited presentation, NOAA Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, 29 April 2009.

615. Baker, D.N., and S. Kanekal, Observed variations of Earth's radiation belt intensities on annual and solar cycle time scales, Spring AGU Meeting, Ontario, Canada, 24-27 May 2009.

616. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER at Mercury: Exploring the Sun's nearest neighbor, Aerospace Engineering Departmental Seminar Series, Iowa State University, 28 May 2009.

617. Baker, D.N., Introduction to Space Physics, Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program, LASP, Boulder, CO, 8 June 2009.

618. Baker, D.N., J.S. Slavin, S.M. Krimigis, and the MESSENGER Team, MESSENGER at Mercury: Old questions and new insights, Modern Challenges in Nonlinear Plasma Physics, Halkidiki, Greece, 15-19 June 2009.

619. Baker, D.N., New perspectives on solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, Modern Challenges in Nonlinear Plasma Physics, Halkidiki, Greece, 15-19 June 2009.

620. Baker, D.N., Introduction to Space Weather Effects, CISM Summer School, Boulder, CO 20-24 July 2009.

621. Baker, D.N., Economic Impacts of Space Weather, CISM Summer School, Boulder, CO, 20-24 July 2009.

622. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP and Suborbital Programs, Committee on NASA’s Suborbital Research Capabilities, Boulder, CO, 19 August 2009.

623. Baker, D.N., and S.G. Kanekal, Observed variation of Earth’s radiation belt intensities on annual and solar cycle time scales, IAGA 2009, Sopron, Hungary, 23-30 August, 2009.

624. Baker, D.N., Solar-Terrestrial climate impacts, IAGA 2009, Sopron, Hungary, 23-30 August 2009. 625. Baker, D.N., The (Most) unusual solar minimum: radiation belt effects, CISM All-Hands Meeting,

Boulder, CO, 16 September 2009. 626. Baker, D.N., Solar wind modeling and prediction: Basic research with a high public purpose,

Science and Technology Center Director’s Conference, NCAR, Boulder, CO, 16 September 2009. 627. Baker, D.N., Academic-Government-Industry Partnerships: STC Opportunities, STC Director’s

Conf., NCAR, Boulder, CO, 17 September 2009. 628. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s Radiation Belts; A Tutorial, High Energy Particle Precipitation in the

Atmosphere (HEPPA) Workshop, Boulder, CO, 6 October 2009. 629. Baker, D.N., LASP as a research institute model, RASEI Research Symposium Lunch Presentations,

University of Colorado, Boulder, 21 October 2009. 630. Baker, D.N., Impact of space weather on human technology, The Dynamics of the Sun: Solar

minimum and what’s to come, Media Workshop, Boulder, CO, 23-25 October 2009. 631. Baker, D.N., Solar minimum and WHI: Radiation belt observations, Whole Heliophysics Interval,

UCAR, Boulder, CO, 12 November 2009. 632. Baker, D.N., Building upon the electronic Geophysical Year (eGY) Experience: Transitioning

research results to operations, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 December 2009. 633. Baker, D.N., Severe space weather events: Global geospace responses to powerful solar wind

drivers, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 December 2009.

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2010 634. Baker, D.N., “J.A. Van Allen and the Beginnings of the U.S. Space Program,” Invited remarks,

American Institute of Aeronautical and Astronautics (AIAA), 48th Aerospace Sciences Meeting Orlando, FL, 5 January 2010.

635. Baker, D.N., Space weather observations and modeling: Basic research with a high public purpose, National Security Space Institute Briefing, Boulder, CO, 2 February 2010.

636. Baker, D.N., Solar Dynamics Observatory, University of Colorado Press Briefing, Boulder, CO, 4 February 2010.

637. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts: Old Questions and New Missions, Physics Colloquium, University of Colorado, Boulder, 10 February 2010.

638. Baker, D.N., The Economic and Societal Impacts of Extreme Space Weather Events, U.S. Army Space Power Wargame Seminar, “A Day without space,” Keynote Speaker, Colorado Springs, CO, 10 February 2010.

639. Baker, D.N., The economic and societal impacts of extreme space weather events, Keynote Ad-dress Chapman Conference on Complexity and Extreme Events in Geosciences, Hyderabad, India, 15-19 February 2010.

640. Baker, D.N., Expression of Thanks on Behalf of AGU, Invited Remarks, Chapman Conference on Complexity and Extreme Events in Geosciences, Hyderabad, India, 15-19 February 2010.

641. Baker, D.N., and A. Charo, The 2013-2023 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Space Studies Board Meeting, Washington, DC, 8-10 March 2010.

642. Baker, D.N., The Knowledge Transfer Program of CISM, Advisory Council Presentation, Boston University, 10 March 2010.

643. Baker, D.N., NASA Contributions to Canadian ORBITALS mission, Invited remarks (via phone), Canadian Space Agency briefing, 17 March 2010.

644. Baker, D.N., NSO Bid Opportunity, presentation to Aerospace Engineering Faculty, University of Colorado, Boulder, 9 April 2010.

645. Baker, D.N., National Solar Observatory Proposal, presentation to Physics Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, 13 April 2010.

646. Baker, D.N., MESSENGER to Mercury; Exploring the Sun’s nearest neighbor, Distinguished Research Lecture, University of Colorado, 16 April 2010.

647. Baker, D.N. and Arthur Charo, Solar and Space Physics Research Decadal Survey: 2013-2002, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, 29 April 2010.

648. Baker, D.N., Substorm injection and magnetospheric particle energization – Review, Electric Field and Waves (EFW) Science Working Team Meeting, U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 26 May 2010.

649. Baker, D.N., Advanced technology needs in a university setting, Invited presentation (via phone), Planetary Science Technology Review Panel, NASA Planetary Division, 27 May 2010.

650. Baker, D.N., Critical Infrastructure Support for Space Weather, Space Weather Enterprise Forum, National Press Club, Washington, DC, 8 June 2010.

651. Baker, D.N., Solar wind conditions during the MESSENGER second and third flybys of Mercury, solicited presentation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 9 June 2010.

652. Baker, D.N., REU Overview and Welcome, NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates, LASP, U. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 14 June 2010.

653. Baker, D.N., Planning for the next NRC decadal survey in solar and space physics, Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) Summer Workshop, Snowmass Village, CO, 23 June 2010.

654. Baker, D.N., Radiation Belt Conditions: Solar Minimum, Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) Summer Workshop, Snowmass Village, CO, 24 June 2010.

655. Baker, D.N., The economic and societal impacts of space weather, 12th SCOSTEP Symposium, Berlin, Germany, 12-16 July 2010.

656. Baker, D. N., S. G. Baker, D.N., Heliophysics and space weather, IAA Academy Day, Bremen, Germany, 17 July 2010.

657. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, and X. Li, Nature’s remarkable experiment: The extremely quiet Sun (2007-2009) and its effect on Earth’s radiation belts, COSPAR 2010, Bremen, Germany, 18-25 July 2010.

658. Baker, D.N., The economic and societal impacts of space weather, Heliophysics Summer School, Boulder, CO, 4 August 2010.

659. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP and Space Activities, Congressional Briefings, University of Colorado, Boulder, 12 August 2010.

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660. Baker, D.N., Computation, modeling and data exploration: Fundamental pillars of Heliophysical science, Advanced Computational Capabilities for Exploration in Heliophysical Science (ACCEHS), NCAR, Boulder, CO, 16 August 2010.

661. Baker, D.N., and S.G. Kanekal, Long-term radiation belt observations with SAMPEX, Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Science working team Meeting, Boulder, CO, 31 August 2010.

662. Baker, D.N., X. Li, et al., CubeSat program carrying a miniaturized REPT instrument, Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Science working team Meeting, Boulder, CO, 31 August 2010.

663. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s radiation belts during quiet and active solar conditions, Cluster 10th Anniversary Workshop, Corfu, Greece, 27 September-1 October 2010.

664. Baker, D.N., The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Cluster 10th Anniversary Workshop, Corfu, Greece, 27 September-1 October, 2010.

665. Baker, D.N., A remarkable natural experiment: The extremely quiet sun (2007-2009) and its effect on Earth’s radiation belts, Theory of the Magnetosphere, Santa Fe, NM, 4-8 October 2010.

666. Baker, D.N., Value, strengths, and synergies in the CU-LASP-GeoOptics Partnership, GeoOptics Interim Program Review, Status Update, and Open House, Boulder, CO, 13-15 October 2010.

667. Baker, D.N., Visualization of tail dynamics, MMS Science Working Team Meeting, Harbourtowne Resort, St. Michaels, MD, 19 October, 2010.

668. Baker, D.N., Substorms at Mercury: Old questions and new insights, MESSENGER Bepi-Colombo Workshop, Boulder, CO, 2 November 2010.

669. Baker, D.N., Survey Overview, and Charge to the Panel, A Decadal Strategy for Solar and Space Physics Atmospheric-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Interactions Panel Meeting, NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder, CO, 15 November 2010.

670. Baker, D.N., Decadal Survey Overview, A Decadal Strategy for Solar and Space Physics Atmospheric-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Interactions Panel Meeting, NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder, CO, 19 November 2010.

671. Baker, D.N., Space weather specification and geospace forecasting, Space weather specification and geospace forecasting, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 13-17 December 2010.

672. Baker, D.N., Predicting and mitigating impacts of extreme space weather, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 13-17 December 2010.

2011 673. Baker, D.N., Context for solar activity in the recent CME activity seen by MESSENGER,

Atmospheres and Magnetospheres Discipline Group Meeting, Tucson, AZ, 11-12 January 2011. 674. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Baker, Assessment of Impediments to Interagency Collaboration on Space

and Earth Science Missions, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President (EOP), Washington, DC, 18 January 2011.

675. Baker, D.N., Space weather and the next Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey (2013-2022), American Meteorological Society, Seattle, WA, 23-25 January 2011.

676. Baker, D.N., Objectives of a National Space Weather Model Development Program, Invited Overview, Predictive Science, Inc., San Diego, CA, 31 January 2011.

677. Baker, D.N., Summary of Status of Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, NRC, Beckman Center, Irvine, CA, 1 February 2011.

678. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and the Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, R20/O2R Town Hall Meeting, Irving, CA, 7 February 2011.

679. Baker, D.N., Role of Academia in the government-industry-university partnership, R20/O2R Town Hall Meeting, Irving, CA, 7 February 2011.

680. Baker, D.N., Radiation belt studies and missions, STELAB presentation, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, 1 March 2011.

681. Baker, D.N., Knowledge Transfer in the CISM Program, Advisory Council presentation, Boston University, Boston, MA, 8 March 2011.

682. Baker, D.N., Science Overview, REPT Pre-Environmental Review, RBSP program, LASP, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, 11 March 2011.

683. Baker, D.N., NSO Site Visit Overview, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, 14 March 2011. 684. Baker, D.N., Export Controls and University Space Science, USRA Symposium on U.S. Export

Controls and Space Science, Washington, D.C., 31 March 2011. 685. Baker, D.N., A five billion-mile journey: Latest results from MESSENGER at Mercury, CU/LASP, 5

April 2011. 686. Baker, D.N., Update on Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, Aeronautics and Space

Engineering Board and Space Studies Board Spring meeting, Washington, D.C., 5-7 April 2011.

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687. Baker, D.N., Severe Space Weather: The Socioeconomic Threat”, EIS Summit, U.S. Congress, Washington, DC, 11 April 2011.

688. Baker, D.N., Overview of the Solar and Space Physics Program and the NRC Decadal Survey”, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 12 April 2011.

689. Baker, D.N., The NRC Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics: Space Weather Goals and Objectives, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, 26-29 April 2011.

690. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and the next Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, 26-29 April 2011.

691. Baker, D.N., The Impacts of Space Weather on Society and the Economy, LWS/SDO Work-shop, Squaw Valley, CA 1-5 May 2011.

692. Baker, D.N., The Economic and Societal Impacts of Space Weather, Invited Plenary Review, LWS/SDO Workshop, Squaw Valley, CA, 1-5 May 2011.

693. Baker, D.N., Mercury space environment: March-May 2011, Solicited talk, MESSENGER Science Working Meeting, Carnegie Institution, Washington, DC, 10 May 2011.

694. Baker, D.N., Particle acceleration, transport, and precipitation loss at Mercury, Solicited talk, MESSENGER Science Working Meeting, Carnegie Institution, Washington, DC, 10 May 2011.

695. Baker, D.N., Accelerated particles in the magnetosphere, Invited Overview, International Space Science Institute (ISSI), Bern, Switzerland, 16 May 2011.

696. Baker, D.N., Coupling Research and Education: NSO in Boulder, Invited talk, National Solar Observatory, Sunspot, NM, 26 May 2011.

697. Baker, D.N., Coupling Research and Education: NSO in Boulder, Invited talk, National Solar Observatory, Tucson, AZ, 27 May 2011.

698. Baker, D.N., CISM Knowledge Transfer, Invited presentation, NSF Site Visit, Boston University, Center for Space Physics, Boston, MA, 31 May 2011.

699. Baker, D.J., and D.N. Baker, “Impediments to Interagency cooperation,” Invited presentation, Executive Office of the President, Washington, DC, 7 June 2011.

700. Baker, D.N., Assessing Solar and Solar-Terrestrial Influences as a Component of Earth’s Climate Change Picture, IUGG, Melbourne, Australia, 27 June – 8 July 2011.

701. Baker, D.N., A remarkable natural experiment: The extremely quiet Sun (1997-2009) and its effect on Earth’s radiation belts, IUGG, Melbourne, Australia, 27 June – 8 July 2011.

702. Baker, D.N., Studying changes of energetic particle properties in the Earth’s radiation belts using the SAMPEX and POLAR missions, AGU Chapman Conference, St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada, 17-22 July 2011.

703. Baker, D.N., Assessing solar and solar-terrestrial influences on Earth’s climate change, Workshop on Radiation-atmosphere (NOx) coupling, St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada, 23-24 July 2011.

704. Baker, D.N., Effects of hostile space weather on satellite operations, IEEE, Long Beach, CA, 14-19 August 2011.

705. Baker, D.N., Assessing Solar and Solar-Terrestrial influences as a component of Earth’s climate change picture, The Effects of Solar Variability on Earth’s Climate: A Workshop, Boulder, CO, 8-10 September 2011.

706. Baker, D.N., Solar and Space Physics at LASP, Chancellor’s Celebration of Donors, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 8 September 2011.

707. Baker, D.N., Solar variability effects on Earth’s climate workshop, Chancellor’s Celebration of Donors, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 8 September 2011.

708. Baker, D.N., Solar and Solar-Terrestrial influences in Earth’s climate picture, Chancellor’s Celebration of Donors, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 8 September 2011.

709. Baker, D.N., The role of substorms and storms in radiation belt space weather events, ICSSSW, Hangzhou, China, 18-23 September 2011.

710. Baker, D.N., MMS SOC and Science Planning, MMS SW meeting, University of New Hampshire, 28 September 2011.

711. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, IL, 30 September 2011.

712. Baker, D.N., Reflections on 30th Anniversary of SME, Boulder, CO, 6 October 2011. 713. Baker, D.N., National Science Foundation Directorate for Geosciences (GEO), Advisory Committee

for Geosciences, Geospace Committee of Visitors 2011 Report, Arlington, VA, 14 October 2011. 714. Baker, D.N., Historical perspective discussion, RBSP Science Working Group meeting, Applied

Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, MD, 20 October 2011.

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715. Baker, Daniel, MESSENGER at Mercury: Exploring the Sun’s Nearest Neighbor from Orbit, APS Seminar, U. of Colorado, Boulder, 24 October, 2011.

716. Baker, D.N., Solar wind drivers of space weathering, AMDG Science Team Meeting, Annapolis, MD, 9 November 2011.

717. Baker, D.N., LASP and Natural Hazard Concerns, Near Earth Objects: Media/Risk Communications Working Group, Boulder, CO, 14 November 2011.

718. Baker, D.N., “Space Physics, Space Weather, and Space Policy,” Invited lecture, ASTR 4800 Class (Prof. J. Burns), University of Colorado, Boulder, 30 November 2011.

719. Baker, D.N., Energetic particles, plasma waves, and the NASA Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) mission: The space weather connection, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 2011.

720. Baker, D.N., NASA Improving the Forecast: The causes and impacts of space weather, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 2011.

2012 721. Baker, D.N., Space weather forecasting and application to Mars/MAVEN, MAVEN Project Science

Group Meeting, Boulder, CO, 19-20 January 2012. 722. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric drivers of exospheric and magnetospheric processes, 25th

MESSENGER Science Team Meeting, Tempe, AZ, 7-9 February, 2012. 723. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, University of Texas,

Austin, TX, 29 February, 2012. 724. Baker, D.N., Influence of the Solar Wind on the Inner Magnetosphere, Inner Magnetosphere

Coupling II (IMC II) Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 19-22 March 2012. 725. Baker, D.N., WSA-ENLIL model results for understanding planetary system drivers, NOAA Seminar,

Boulder, CO, 5 April 2012. 726. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric substorm expansion and recovery phase features in Earth’s near-

and mid-tail regions, Friends of the Magnetosphere (FOM), Boulder, CO, 10 April 2012. 727. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and the next Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey, Space Weather

Workshop, Boulder, CO, 24-27 April 2012. 728. Baker, D.N., Predicted solar wind and IMF, MESSENGER Science Team Meeting #26, Vancouver,

BC, Canada, 8-10 May 2012. 729. Baker, D.N., “Extreme Events: What constitutes them and what are their effects?”, Societal con-

sequences of Extreme Events, Extreme Space Weather Events Workshop, HAO Center, Boulder, 17 May 2012.

730. Baker, D.N., Coronal magnetic field observations: Space weather forecasting requirement, Workshop on Coronal Magnetism, NCAR Foothills Lab, 21 May 2012.

731. Baker, D.N., Overview of Heliospheric Exploration, 2012 Heliophysics Summer School, Boulder, CO, 31 May – 7 June 2012.

732. Baker, D.N., Impacts of CME energized particles on the near-Earth environment, American Astronomical Society, Anchorage, AK, June 2012.

733. Baker, D.N., WSA-ENLIL model results for understanding planetary system drivers, COSPAR, Mysore, India, 14-22 July 2012.

734. Baker, D.N., Predicting solar wind forcing at Mercury; WSA-ENLIL model results, COSPAR, Mysore, India, 14-22 July 2012.

735. Baker, D.N., Sun-to-magnetosphere modeling: CISM forecast model development for radiation belt studies, COSPAR, Mysore, India, 14-22 July 2012.

736. Baker, D.N., Radiation belt enhancements; History and prospects for RBSP, COSPAR, Mysore, India, 14-22 July 2012.

737. Baker, D.N., Heliospherics in the US: The findings of the US National Academy of Sciences Decadal Survey, COSPAR, Mysore, India, 14-22 July 2012.

738. Baker, D.N., The solar cycle and its implications for MESSENGER (and Mercury’s environment), 27th Science Team Meeting, Salem, MA, August 2012.

739. Baker, D.N., The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar Space Physics, 10 August 2012. 740. Baker, D.N., Briefing at Office of Management and Budget (OMB), New Executive Office Building,

Washington, DC, 10 August 2012. 741. Baker, D.N., Briefing at NASA, Washington, DC, 10 August 2012. 742. Baker, D.N., Roll Out of Decadal Survey, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 10 August

2012. 743. Baker, D.N., Briefing at NOAA Headquarters, Silver Spring, MD, 28 August 2012.

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744. Baker, D.N., Briefing to Congressional House Staff, Capitol Hill, Rayburn Building, Washington, DC, 28 August, 2012.

745. Baker, D.N., The Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Goddard Senior Management Group, Director’s Conf. Room, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, 11 September 2012.

746. Baker, D.N., The MMS Science Operations Center and Science Date Center, MMS Science Working Group Meeting, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, 12 September 2012.

747. Baker, D.N., The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Space Department, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, MD, 13 September 2012.

748. Baker, D.N., The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, presentation via phone/webex, Division of Engineering and Physical Sciences (DEPS), U.S. National Academies/NRC, Washington, DC, 13 September 2012.

749. Baker, D.N., The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, presentation via webex, Space Studies Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 13 September 2012.

750. Baker, D.N., Living in the atmosphere of the Sun, NASA Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC, 19 September 2012.

751. Baker, D.N., Storms and Substorms – Present Understandings and Future Research Directions, Cluster/THEMIS Workshop, Boulder, CO, 3 October 2012.

752. Baker, D.N., Policy in the Informatics and Space Science Arenas, NEON Facility, Boulder, CO, 10 October 2012.

753. Baker, D.N., LASP Overview, CLARREO SDT Meeting, LASP, Boulder, CO, 16-18 October, 2012. 754. Baker, D.N., Panel of Decadal Survey Chairs, Lessons Learned in Decadal Planning in Space Science:

A Workshop, National Academies, Irvine, CA, 12 November 2012. 755. Baker, D.N., Cascading effects of geomagnetic storm induced power grid blackouts on DoD and IC

Operations, Seasons 2012 Conference: Operating through Solar Max, Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Lab, Laurel, MD, 14 November 2012.

756. Baker, D.N., and T.H. Zurbuchen, The 2013-2022 NRC Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics), Congressional Briefing (telecom), 15 November 2012.

757. Baker, D.N., NRC Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, 28 November 2012.

758. Baker, D.N., National Priorities for Solar and Space Physics Research and Applications for Space Weather Prediction, Testimony before Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC, 28 November, 2012.

759. Baker, D.N., RBSP/REPT performance and early operations results, ECT Series Leads Meeting. San Francisco, CA, 1 December 2012.

760. Baker, D.N., REPT science analysis and results, RBSP Science Working Group Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2 December 2012.

761. Baker, D.N., New results from Van Allen Probes Mission, RBSP Press Conference, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 4 December 2012.

762. Baker, D.N., The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Solar and Space Physics Town Hall Meeting, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 4 December 2012.

763. Baker, D.N., Enabling effective space weather and climatology (SWaC) Capabilities: The NRC Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 4 December 2012.

764. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric exploration: Basic research with a high public purpose, Van Allen Lecture, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5 December 2012.

765. Baker, D.N., SAMPEX: A remarkable radiation belt sentinel, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5 December 2012.

2013 766. Baker, D.N., Enabling effective Space Weather and Climatology (SWaC) capabilities: The NRC

Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, American Meteorological Society, 93rd Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, 6-10 January 2013.

767. Baker, D.N., et al., Radiation belt electron enhancements: History and new results from RBSP, US National Committee of URSI National Radio Science Meeting (USNC-URSI NRSM), University of Colorado Boulder, 9-12 January 2013, pp. 1-1, ISBN: 978-1-4673-4778-5; 978-1-4673-4776-1, Accession Number: WOS:000324678400095, doi: 10.1109/USNC-URSI-NRSM.2013.6525065.

768. Baker, D.N., Space physics exploration: Basic research with a high public purpose, Invited public lecture, LASP, Boulder, CO, 6 February 2013.

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769. Baker, D.N., NASA’s Van Allen Probes reveal a previously undetected radiation belt around Earth, Invited presentation, NASA Editorial Board, NASA Headquarters (via telecom), Washington, D.C., 12 February 2013.

770. Baker, D.N., Space physics exploration: Basic research with a high public purpose, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, 15 February 2013.

771. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, SEDS meeting, University of Colorado Engineering Center, Boulder, CO, 25 February 2013.

772. Baker, D.N., A Natural Particle Accelerator, Far Above the Planet, Invited interview, “Science Friday”, National Public Radio, 1 March 2013.

773. Baker, D.N., The Impacts of Space Weather on Society and the Economy, Leadership Development Program for Space Exploration, Nagoya University, Japan, 1 March 2013.

774. Baker, D.N., The Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts: Old Questions and New Results, Global Center of Excellence Symposium, Nagoya University, Japan, 8 March 2013.

775. Baker, D.N., Radiation Belt Storm Probe results, Boulder Solar Day, Boulder, CO, 19 March 2013. 776. Baker, D.N., Strategic Planning: GEO relations to NRC Decadal Survey, NSF Headquarters,

Arlington, VA, 11 April 2013. 777. Baker, D.N., Enabling effective space weather and climatology (SWaC) capabilities: The NRC

Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, 16-19 April 2013.

778. Baker, D.N., Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) Overview, UA College of Optical Sciences Visit to CU-Boulder, 19 April 2013.

779. Baker, D.N., The economic and societal impacts of space weather, Perfero CEO (J. Kirchner), Boulder, CO, 25 April 2013.

780. Baker, D.N., Overview of RBSP/REPT Science Results, Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM, 1 May 2013.

781. Baker, D.N., The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT) Instruments On Board the Van Allen Probes Mission: Characterization of Earth’s Radiation Belt High-Energy Particle Populations, LASP Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, 7 May 2013.

782. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP, CU Foundation/CEO R. Lawrence, Boulder, CO, 14 May 2013. 783. Baker, D.N., Societal Consequences of Extreme Space Weather, Electric Infrastructure Security

Summit, U.S. Capital Building, Washington, D.C., 20 May 2013. 784. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP, The Aerospace Corporation, Boulder, CO, 29 May 2013. 785. Baker, D.N., Aerospace at the University of Colorado Boulder, Aerospace Front Range Bus Tour,

(U.S. Sen. Bennett) Ball Aerospace, Boulder, CO, 30 May 2013. 786. Baker, D.N., Space Weather Public Awareness and Response: Possible Ways Forward, Space

Weather Enterprise Forum (SWEF) Silver Springs, MD, 4 June 2013. 787. Baker, D.N., LASP Overview, Boulder Rotary Club, Boulder, CO, 7 June 2013. 788. Kletzing, C., D.N. Baker, et al., Waves in the radiation belts: Overview and initial results from the

Van Allen Probes, GEMS Summer workshop, Snowmass, CO, 18 June 2013. 789. Spence, H., D.N. Baker, et al., IMS tutorials: Recent science results from NASA Van Allen Probes,

GEMS Summer workshop, Snowmass, CO, 18 June 2013. 790. Baker, D.N., Space Physics Exploration: Basic Research with a High Public Purpose, AOGS 2013,

Brisbane, Australia, 24-28 June 2013. 791. Baker, D.N., et al., Enabling effective Space Weather and Climatology (SWaC) capabilities; The NRC

Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, AOGS, Brisbane, Australia, 24-28 June 2013. 792. Baker, D.N., Solar wind forcing at Mercury: WSA-ENLIL Model results, AOGS, Brisbane, Australia,

24-28 June 2013. 793. Baker, D.N., et al., Radiation belt electron enhancements, History and new results from Van Allen

Probes, AOGS, Brisbane, Australia, 24-28 June 2013. 794. Baker, D.N., The utility of National Academy-sponsored decadal surveys: Recent space science

experience, ESIP Summer Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC, 7-12 July 2013. 795. Baker, D.N., Energetic particles and their impact around the heliosphere: Satellites and

astronauts, to GLEs Volume 2 (Chapters 2, 13, 14), Heliophysics Summer School, Session 1, Boulder, CO, 18 July 2013.

796. Baker, D.N., History and present activities of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Sigma Xi, Boulder, CO, 24 July 2013.

797. Baker, D.N., Overview and goals of LASP, Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, 1 August 2013.

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798. Baker, D.N., The economic and societal impacts of space weather, Rocky Mountain Institute, Boulder, CO, 1 August 2013.

799. Baker, D.N., H. Spence, and ECT Team, The ECT Suite: Investigation Status, Invited presentation, Van Allen Probes Science Working Group, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 14 August 2013.

800. Baker, D.N., The acceleration, transport, and loss of high-energy electrons during March 2013, Van Allen Probes Science Working Group, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 15 August 2013.

801. Baker, D.N., Space Physics Exploration: Basic Research with a High Public Purpose, MIT Haystack Observatory, Boston, MA, 23 August 2013.

802. Baker, D.N., The Universe is out to get us and what we can (or can’t) do about it, Cosmic Explorations: A Speaker Series, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 12 September 2013.

803. Baker, D.N., Evolution of the Sun and Solar Activity, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 12 September 2013.

804. Baker, D.N., New Radiation Belt Storm Probe (Van Allen Probes) Science Results, Rice University, Houston, TX, 12 September 2013.

805. Baker, D.N., Assessing Solar and Solar-Terrestrial Influences on Earth’s Climate Change Picture, Beijing Symposium on Global Change, Beijing, China, 23-25 September 2013.

806. Baker, D.N., New Results from the Van Allen Probes Radiation Belt Mission, National Space Science Center, Beijing, China, 25 September 2013.

807. Baker, D.N., and D.A. Brain, Overview of Space Science at LASP, Arts and Sciences Leadership Society presentation at LASP, 29 October, 2013.

808. Baker, D.N., Space Weather and Solar Wind Driving: Preparation for MAVEN”, MAVEN Project Science Group Meeting, Cocoa Beach, FL, 15-16 November 2013.

809. Baker, D.N., LASP Overview: Swiss Space Systems, Office of Industry Collaboration, Boulder, CO, 3 December 2013.

810. Baker, D.N., Climate and Weather: A Colorado Connection, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, CO, 4 December 2013.

811. Baker, D.N., The Van Allen Probes Mission: Using Radiation Belt Data for Space Weather Applications, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 2013.

812. Baker, D.N., The major solar eruptive event in July 2012: Defining extreme space weather scenarios, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 2013.

813. Baker, D.N., Predicting and mitigating impacts of extreme space weather, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 2013.

814. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, NCAR ASP, 18 December 2013.

2014 815. Baker, D.N., The NSO Headquarters move to Boulder: CU Status and Perspective, National Optical

Astronomy Lab, Tucson Z, 29 January 2014. 816. Baker, D.N., A Major solar eruptive event in July 2012: Defining extreme space weather scenarios,

American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, GA, 2-6 February 2014. 817. Baker, D.N., Gradual diffusion and punctuated enhancements of highly relativistic electrons: Van

Allen Probes Observations, AGU Chapman Conference, Yosemite National Park, CA, 11 February, 2014.

818. Baker, D.N., Preventing a coronal mass extinction, One Year After Chelyabinsk: Policy Forum on Planetary Defense, Houston, TX, 15 February 2014.

819. Baker, D.N., Latest results from the Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope (REPT) investigation on the Van Allen Probes mission, Aalto University, School of Electrical Engineering, 24 February 2014.

820. Baker, D.N., Small university-class Explorer spacecraft, Cubesat missions, and the future role of micro-satellites in Earth and space science: The LASP perspective?, Aalto University, School of Electrical Engineering, 26 February 2014.

821. Baker, D.N., 2013 Solar and Space Physics (SSP) Decadal Survey Lessons Learned, CESAS Meeting, Washington, DC, 4 March 2014.

822. Baker, D.N., The fingerprints of radial diffusion versus local acceleration of outer zone relativistic electrons using phase space density profiles, RBSP Science Working Group, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, 12 March 2014.

823. Baker, D.N. Punctuated enhancements and sudden loses of highly relativistic radiation belt electrons: Van Allen Probes Observations, LASP Seminar Invited Talk, 20 March 2014.

824. Baker, D.N., Sciences Operations Center Status and Plans, MMS Science Working Team Meeting, U. of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 25-26 March 2014.

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825. Baker, D.N., The “Space Physics” Part of LASP: Understanding Particles and Fields Throughout the Solar System, LASP Public Lecture, 2 April 2014.

826. Baker, D.N., A science for a technological society, Review of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Science Goals and Objectives, National Academies, Washington, DC, 31 March – 1 April 2014.

827. Baker, D.N., Provocateur: Are there adequate mechanisms for coordinating and integrating is-sues that involve multiple disciplines and multiple divisions within NSF and other agencies within the atmospheric and geospace sciences enterprise?, Review of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Science Goals and Objectives, National Academies, Washington, DC, 31 March – 1 April 2014.

828. Baker, D.N., The major solar eruptive event in July 2012: Defining extreme space weather scenarios, Space Weather Workshop, Boulder, CO, 8-11 April, 2014.

829. Baker, D.N., P. Chamberlin, and D. Brain, What are we really doing with regard to space weather?, MAVEN Project Science Group Meeting, UC/Berkeley, 9-10 April 2014.

830. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, CU AIAA Group, 15 April 2014.

831. Baker, D.N., An overview of the CU-Boulder AeroSpace Ventures Initiative, Folsom Stadium Club, Boulder, CO, 22 April, 2014

832. Baker, D.N., Review of Heliophysics Decadal Survey, CU Physics 4800 class, 23 April, 2014. 833. Baker, D.N., Gradual Diffusion and punctuated enhancements of highly relativistic electrons: Van

Allen Probes Observations, JpGU 2014, Yokohama, Japan, 28-April – 2 May, 2014. 834. Baker, D.N., The impacts of extreme space weather on society and the economy, Johns Hopkins

University, Space University, 6 May 2014. 835. Baker, D.N., Punctuated enhancements of highly relativistic electrons: Van Allen Probes

Observations, Univ. of Michigan AOSS, 9 May 2014. 836. Baker, D.N., Research and development at LASP, 2014 Boulder Economic Summit: Made in

Boulder, Boulder, CO, 21 May, 2014. 837. Baker, D.N., Economic and societal impacts of extreme space weather, Living With A Star, Extreme

Space Weather Events II, Boulder, CO, 9-11 June, 2014. 838. Baker, D.N., Chair’s Perspective on the Decadal Survey Process, Lessons Learned in Decadal

Planning in Space Science, Space Studies Board, NRC, Washington, DC, 23-24 June, 2014. 839. Baker, D.N., Improving solar wind parameter estimates at Mercury: SWA-ENLIL model and cone

extension, AOGS 2014, Sapporo, Japan, 28 July – 1 August, 2014. 840. Baker, D.N., Gradual Diffusion and punctuated enhancements of highly relativistic electrons: Van

Allen Probes Observations, AOGS 2014, Sapporo, Japan, 28 July – 1 August, 2014. 841. Baker, D.N., Substorm dynamical role in radiation belt particle enhancements, MAARBLE, Rhodes,

Greece, 15-20 September 2014. 842. Baker, D.N., Severe space weather: Solar wind coupling and radiation belt response, SCOSTEP,

Xi’An, China, 12-18 October 2014. 843. Baker, D.N., Societal impacts of severe space weather, SCOSTEP, Xi’An, China, 12-18 October

2014. 844. Baker, D.N., and R. Dewey, Solar forcing of magnetospheric electron events, AMDG Science Team

Meeting 33, Santa Fe, NM, 10 October 2014. 845. Baker, D.N., The role of substorms in radiation belt particle enhancements, ICS-12, Ise Japan, 10-

14 November 2014. 846. Baker, D.N., The Impacts of Extreme Space Weather on Society and the Economy, 2014 Sea-sons

Workshop, Laurel, MD, 18-20 November 2014. 847. Baker, D.N., R. Dewey, and D. Odstrcil, Solar wind forcing at Mercury: ENLIL model comparisons

for the low-altitude campaign, Fall AGU meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2014.

2015 848. Baker, D.N., New results about the Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts, Kavli Prize Lecture, AAS

Meeting, AAS Meeting, Seattle, WA, 15 January, 2015. 849. Baker, D.N., Highly relativistic electrons: Van Allen Probes observations of the Earth’s Radiation

Belts, AAAS 2015, San Jose, CA, 12-16 February 2015. 850. Baker, D.N., Studying Space and Earth Science, Physical Research Lab, Udaipur, India, 19 February,

2015. 851. Baker, D.N., Enhancements and losses of radiation belt particles: Van Allen Probes Observations,

Physical Research Lab, Udaipur, India, 19 February, 2015.

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852. Baker, D.N., New results concerning Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts, Physical Research Lab, Udaipur, India, 19 February, 2015.

853. Baker, D.N., The impacts of extreme space weather on society and the economy, Physical Research Lab, Udaipur, India, 19 February, 2015.

854. Baker, D.N., Particles and fields in the Solar System, Physical Research Lab, Udaipur, India, 19 February, 2015.

855. Baker, D.N., Solar wind driving of the inner and outer Van Allen belts; Recent observations. IMC-111, Los Angeles, CA, 23-27 March 2015.

856. Baker, D.N., An impenetrable barrier to ultra-relativistic electrons in the Van Allen Radiation Belt, EGU 2015, Vienna, Austria, 12-17 April, 2015.

857. Baker, D.N., et al., Energetic electron flux enhancements in Mercury’s magnetosphere: An integrated view with multi-instrument observations from MESSENGER, European Geophysical Un-ion 2015, Vienna, Austria, 12-17 April, 2015.

858. Baker, D.N., Measurement technology challenges: The 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics, MTSSP, Boulder, CO, 20-24 April, 2015.

859. Baker, D.N., Space research at CU-Boulder, USRA, Council of Institutions Regional VIII meeting, Boulder, CO, April 23-24, 2015.

860. Baker, D.N., et al., Using space weather forecast tools for understanding planetary magnetospheres: MESSENGER Experience applied to MAVEN studies, Joint American Astronomical Society/American Geophysical Union Triennial Earth-Sun Summit, meeting #1, id.305.03, Indianapolis, April 26 – May 1, 2015.

861. Baker, D.N., and S.G. Kanekal, New multi-spacecraft observations of the Earth’s Van Allen Radiation belts, AGU Assembly: Meeting of the Americas, Montreal, Canada, 2-7 May, 2015.

862. Baker, D.N., Space weather impacts on society, REU, CU-Boulder, 8 June 2015. 863. Baker, D.N., Barrier to ultra-relativistic electrons in the Van Allen Radiation Belt, IUGG, Prague,

22-June – 2 July 2015. 864. Baker, D.N., Different response modes of the magnetosphere to solar wind driving, IUGG, Prague,

22-June – 2 July 2015. 865. Baker, D.N., Sun-Earth response to extreme solar events and space weather, IUGG, Prague, 22-

June – 2 July 2015. 866. Baker, D.N., The role of substorms in radiation belt changes, IUGG, Prague, 22-June – 2 July 2015. 867. Baker, D.N., The solar eruptive event in July 2012: Defining extreme space weather scenarios,

IUGG, Prague, 22 June – 2 July 2015. 868. Baker, D.N., Wave and particle dynamics in the radiation belts and ring, IUGG, Prague, 22-June –

2 July 2015. 869. Baker, D.N., First in Space, Sen. Gardner visit to CU-Boulder, 6 July 2015 870. Baker, D.N., The Federal Space Weather Framework, EIS Summit, Washington, DC, 20-21 July,

2015. 871. Baker, D.N., Overview of Space Activity at CU-Boulder and LASP, Presentation to Mohammed bin

Rashid Space Center, United Arab Emirates leadership, Boulder, CO, 27 July 2015. 872. Baker, D.N., The role of storms and substorms in Radiation Belt Particle Enhancement, AOGS 2015,

Singapore, 2-7 August, 2015. 873. Baker, D.N., Effects of severe space weather on technological systems including historical events,

AOGS 2015, Singapore, 2-7 August, 2015. 874. Baker, D.N., Couplings with magnetospheres: missions throughout the heliosphere, UCAR Visiting

Scientist Programs, UCAR Center, Boulder, CO, 3 August, 2015. 875. Baker, D.N., Particles and fields in the Solar System, Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary, August

2015. 876. Baker, D.N., The impenetrable barrier and the VLF Bubble – Van Allen Probes Results, ECT Team

Meeting, Redondo Beach, CA, 14 September, 2015. 877. Baker, D.N., Space Exploration, Our Space, Our Future, Denver Museum of Nature and Science,

18 September, 2015.864. 878. Baker, D.N., The role of substorms in radiation belt particle enhancements, AGU Chapman

Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015. 879. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric Multiscale: The pathway from magnetic reconnection to ultra-

relativistic particles, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

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880. Baker, D.N., J.L. Burch, et al., MMS Overview and Highlights, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

881. Baker, D.N., T.E. Moore, et al., MMS status and early results, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

882. Baker, D.A., B.L. Giles, et al., MMS Science Operations, Science Data System, and Data Access, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

883. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric Multiscale: The path from magnetic reconnection to ultra-relativistic particles, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

884. Baker, D.N., B. Mauk, et al., First results from the energetic particle detector investigation on the MMS mission, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

885. Baker, D.N., J.F. Fennell, et al., MMS fly’s eye electron and proton spectrometer (FEEPS) observations, AGU Chapman Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 27 September – 2 October, 2015.

886. Baker, D.N., Understanding Particles and Fields Throughout the Solar System, Center for Space Technology and Research (C-Star) Distinguished Seminar Speaker Seminar, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, 7 October, 2015.

887. Baker, D.N., Colorado Alliance for Space Exploration, Government Aerospace Affairs Forum, 13 October, 2015.

888. Baker, D.N., LASP Program Overview, Government Aerospace Affairs Forum, 13 October, 2015. 889. Baker, D.N., The role of solar and solar wind forcing of the radiation belts, Solar Energetic Particles,

Solar Modulation and space Radiation Workshop, Honolulu, HI, 19 October 2015. 890. Baker, D.N., Grand Challenge CU-Boulder’s Space Exploration Initiatives, 24 October, 2015. 891. Baker, D.N., New insights into Mercury energetic electrons, MESSENGER Science Working Group

Meeting, Pearl River, NY, 28 October 2015. 892. Baker, D.N., Limiting Earthward motion of ultra-relativistic radiation belt electrons: The role of

human VLF transmitters, SGSIE meeting, Cocoa Beach, FL, 19 November 2015. 893. Baker, D.N., Enhancements and losses of radiation belt particles: Van Allen Probes Observations,

American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2015, abstract id.SM24B-01, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 December, 2015.

894. Baker, D.N., The role of solar and solar wind forcing of magnetospheric particle enhancements, Fall AGU meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 December, 2015.

2016 895. Baker, D.N., New results concerning particle energization in Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts,

ILWS-COSPAR Space Weather Roadmap Workshop, Goa, India, January 2016. 896. Baker, D.N., Space weather: A low frequency, high impact space age hazard, AAAS, Washington,

DC, 15 February 2016. 897. Baker, D.N., Enhancements and losses of radiation belt particles: Van Allen Probes Observations,

AAAS, Washington, DC, 15 February 2016. 898. Baker, D.N., Basics of space weather and its economic impacts, AAAS, Washington, DC, 15

February 2016. 899. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, AAAS meeting,

Washington, DC, 14-16 February 2016. 900. Baker, D.N., Effects of severe space weather on technological systems, National Security Space

Weather Impacts Meeting, APL. Laurel, MD, 16-18 February, 2016. 901. Baker, D.N., International Collaboration Research, GEMSIS Workshop, Nagoya, Japan, 22 March,

2016. 902. Baker, D.N., New results concerning Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts, GEMSIS Workshop, Nagoya,

Japan, 23 March, 2016. 903. Baker, D.N., The magnetospheric Multiscale Mission: Science goals and operational approach,

NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center Seminar, Boulder, CO, 25 February 2016. 904. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP): Understanding particles

and fields throughout the Solar System, NoCoAstro, Ft. Collins, CO, 3 March 2016. 905. Baker. D.N., Effects of severe space weather on modern technological systems, Chancellor Event,

Denver, CO, 29 March, 2016. 906. Baker, D.N., Space Weather Economic Impacts, Capitol Hill Panel Briefing, Rayburn Building, U.S.

Congress, Washington, DC, 31 March, 2016. 907. Baker, D.N., Potential Impacts of Space Weather, USRA/George Washington University,

Washington, DC, 31 March 2016.

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908. Baker, D.N., The major solar eruptive event in July 2012: Defining extreme space weather scenarios, Space Climate 6, Levi, Finland, 5 April, 2016.

909. Baker, D.N., Energetic-Electron flux enhancements in Mercury’s magnetosphere: An integrated view with high-resolution observations from MESSENGER, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 18-22 April, 2016.

910. Baker, D.N., The major solar eruptive event in July 2012: Examining extreme space weather events, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 18-22 April, 2016.

911. Baker, D.N., Using MMS measurements to validate models of reconnection-driven magnetotail reconfiguration and particle acceleration during substorms, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 18-22 April, 2016.

912. Baker, D.N., The role of academia in the nation’s space weather program, 2016 Space Weather Workshop, Broomfield, CO, 26 April, 2016.

913. Baker, D.N., Heliophysics Science Overview, NASA @ My Library Kickoff Meeting, Boulder, CO, 4 May, 2016.

914. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP): Understanding Particles and Fields Throughout the Solar System, Longmont Astronomical Society, Longmont, CO, 19 May, 2016.

915. Baker, D.N., Van Allen Belts: Historical context and space weather related effects, International Space Science Institute (ISSI), Bern, Switzerland, 28 June 2016.

916. Baker, D.N., Extreme space weather: Cradle to grave aspects”, International Space Science Institute (ISSI), Bern, Switzerland, 30 June, 2016.

917. Baker, D.N., The impacts of space weather on society and the economy, AOGS, Beijing, China, 31 July-5 August, 2016.

918. Baker, D.N., Economic and societal impacts of severe space weather, NCU, Taipei, 3 August, 2016. 919. Baker, D.N., Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) space missions throughout the

solar system, NSPO, Taipei, 3 August 2016. 920. Baker, D.N., “Space Weather: R20-O2R”, Community Perspectives on the R20 and O2R Process,

NOAA, Boulder, 15 August, 2016. 921. Baker, D.N., Space Research and Development at LASP, Narago (Japan) Prefecture Delegation,

Boulder, CO, 22 August 2016. 922. Baker, D.N., Overview of Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), College of

Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, 25 August, 2016. 923. Baker, D.N., Space Weather; preparing for CME’s, address to the Libertarian Party of Boulder

County,1 September, 2016. 924. Baker, D.N., Recent results for high-energy protons and electrons in the inner Van Allen belt

regions, 19-23 September, VERSIM 2016, Hermanus, South Africa. 925. Baker, D.N., Studying relativistic particles in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen radiation belt

exploration, 19-23 September, VERSIM 2016, Hermanus, South Africa. 926. Baker, D.N., Remarkable new results for high-energy protons and electrons in the inner Van Allen

belt, 19-23 September, VERSIM 2016, Hermanus, South Africa. 927. Baker, D.N., How severe space weather affects our daily technology and economy, CU Boulder

Career Connections, Johns Hopkins, APL, Laurel, MD, 29 September, 2016. 928. Baker, D.N., Overview of Space Weather, Johns Hopkins, APL, Laurel, MD, 30 September 2016. 929. Baker, D.N., Radiation belt response to transient solar wind forcing, SM019, Fall AGU meeting,

San Francisco, CA, 23-26 December 2016. 930. Baker, D.N., The solar eruptive event in July 2012: Examining extreme space weather scenarios,

PA012, Fall AGU meeting, San Francisco, CA, 23-26 December 2016. 931. Baker, D.N., Science Policy 201: Advocacy in Action, Policy Event Discussion, Fall AGU meeting,

San Francisco, CA, 23-26 December 2016. 932. Baker, D.N., Solar Wind-Driven Enhancements and Losses of Radiation Belt Particles: Van Allen

Probes Observations, Workshop "Solar Energetic Particles, Solar Modulation and Space Radiation: New Opportunities in AMS-02 Era #2”, Washington DC, 24-26 April 2017.

2017 933. Baker, D.N., Early studies of deep-dielectric charging at geostationary orbit, AMS – Session 5,

Seattle, Jan 22-26, 2017. 934. Baker, D.N., Anthropogenic space weather, Friends of the Magnetosphere, CU-Boulder, CO,

February 7, 2017. 935. Baker, D.N., Role of Flagship missions in Heliophysics, National Academies of Sciences,

Engineering, and Medicine, Panel Invited Presentation, February 15, 2017.

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936. Baker, D.N., The International Space Program in Research and Education, Presentation to Dr. T. Zurbuchen/NASA Associate Administrator, Boulder, CO, February 16, 2017.

937. Baker, D.N., Economic and societal impacts of severe space weather, University of Minnesota, Feb. 23, 2017.

938. Baker, D.N., Studying relativistic particle acceleration and loss in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen Probes Radiation Belt Exploration, Space Physics Seminar, U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 24 February 2017.

939. Baker, D.N., New results concerning particle energization in Earth‘s Van Allen radiation belts, International Astrophysics Conference, Santa Fe, NM, March 6-10, 2017.

940. Baker, D.N., Solar Wind-Driven Enhancements and Losses of Radiation Belt Particles: Van Allen Probes Observations, Workshop "Solar Energetic Particles, Solar Modulation and Space Radiation: New Opportunities in AMS-02 Era #2, Washington DC, 24-26 April 2017.

941. Baker, D.N., Studying Relativistic Particle Acceleration and Loss in Our Cosmic Backyard: Van Allen Radiation Belt Exploration, Advancing Plasma Physics from the Sun to the Earth, Breckinridge, CO, 21-16 May, 2017.

942. Baker, D.N., The solar storms July 2012: Examining Extreme space weather scenarios, AOGS 2017, Singapore, 6-11 August, 2017.

943. Baker, D.N., Studying relativistic particle acceleration and loss in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen Probes Radiation Belt Exploration, AOGS 2017, Singapore, August 6-11, 2017.

944. Baker, D.N., Relativistic Particle Acceleration and Loss in Our Cosmic Backyard: Van Allen Radiation Belt Exploration, First Asia-Pacific Conference on Plasma Physics (AAPPS-DPP2017) Chengdu, China, September 18-22, 2017.

945. Baker, D.N., Historical vies of deep-dielectric spacecraft charging and operational impacts, 2017 Joint Assembly of IAGA-IAPSO-IAMAS, Capetown, South Africa, 17 August – 1 September 2017.

946. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle precipitation impacts and coupling (EPPIC), 2017 Joint Assembly of IAGA-IAPSO-IAMAS, Capetown, South Africa, 17 August – 1 September 2017.

947. Baker, D.N., Studying relativistic particle acceleration and loss in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen Probes Radiation Belt Exploration, University of Minnesota, Space Physics Seminar 24 February, 2017.

948. Baker, D.N., “Economic and societal impacts of severe space weather”, University of Minneso-ta, Physics and Astronomy Colloquium, 24 February, 2017.

949. Baker, DN., “Studying relativistic particle acceleration and loss in our cosmic backyard” Van Allen probes radiation belt exploration”, University of Minnesota, Space Physics Seminar 24 February, 2017.

950. Baker, D.N., Multiscale particle injection features and phase 2B, MMS Team Meeting, Key West, FL, 27 Feb – 3 March, 2017.

951. Baker, D.N., Advocacy concepts for the coming year, USRA Program Committee Mtg., Washington, DC, 30 March, 2017.

952. Baker, D.N., Space weather overview and plans, National Space Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, 5 April 2017.

953. Baker, D.N., Guest Lecture “The Business of Space” CU “Pathways to Space”, Boulder, CO, 18 April 2017.

954. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP, Invited Presentation, Round Table with Congressman Polis, LASP, April 20, 2017.

955. Baker, D.N., Solar wind-driven enhancements and losses of radiation belt particles: Van Allen Probes Observations, AMS-02 era #2, Washington, DC, 24-26 April, 2017.

956. Baker, D.N., Economic and societal impacts of Severe Space Weather, NCAS, Fort Collins, 4 May 2017.

957. Baker, D.N., Economic and Societal impacts of Space Weather, Northern Colorado Astronomers Club, Museum of Nature, Fort Collins, CO, 4 May 2017.

958. Baker, D.N., Architecting Approaches to meet the nation’s space weather needs, NOAA Space Weather Workshop, 4 May 2017.

959. Baker, D.N., Overview of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Chancellors Global Ambassadors, 7 May 2017.

960. Baker, D.N. “LASP missions, programs, and projects, Lockheed-Martin Engineering and Technology Meeting, Sunnyvale, CA, 8 May 2017.

961. Baker, D.N., Overview of LASP Operations, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, Leadership Staff Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, 9 May 2017.

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962. Baker, D.N., Research cooperation and collaboration efforts, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Palo Alto, CA, 9 May, 2017.

963. Baker, D.N., Anthropogenic Space Weather” Lockheed Martin Seminar Series, Advanced Technology Center, Palo Alto, CA, 10 May 2017.

964. Baker, D.N., INSPIRE and Space Weather Opportunities, Advanced Technology Center Retreat (off-site), LM Space Systems, Sunnyvale, CA, 11 May 2017.

965. Baker, D.N., L1 Science and Space Weather with IMAP”, IMAP Science Team Meeting, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 18 May 2017.

966. Baker, D.N., Intense acceleration, stasis, and rapid losses of ultrarelativistic electrons in the outer belt, Van Allen Probes Instrument Team Meetings/SWG Team Meeting, APL Laurel, MD, 31 May 2 June 2017.

967. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric MultiScale (MMS) Study of substorm injections, MMS Science Community Workshop, 7 June 2017.

968. Baker, D.N., LASP Science and Engineering, CO-LABS meeting, 7 June 2017. 969. Baker, D.N., Anthropogenic Space Weather, Helsinki, Finland 16 June 2017. 970. Baker, D.N., Anthropogenic Space Weather, Bern, Switzerland, 22 June 2017. 971. Baker, D.N., Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) space missions throughout the

solar system, CPIA 20th Celebration, Fiske Planetarium, 28 June, 2017. 972. Baker, D.N., Space Missions throughout the solar system, Colorado Photonics Industry Assoc., 28

June, 2017. 973. Baker, D.N., Inner magnetospheric coupling: A Tutorial, AGU Chapman Conference on Dayside

Magnetospheric Interactions, Chengdu, China, 11 July 2017. 974. Baker, D.N., Particle energization in Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts, due to solar wind forcing,

AGU Chapman Conference on Dayside Magnetospheric Interactions, Chengdu, China, 11 July 2017.

975. Baker, D.N., The solar storms of July 2012: Examining Extreme Space Weather Scenarios, EIS Summit VIII, Washington, DC, 24-25 July, 2017.

976. Baker, D.N., Introduction to LASP and LASP Space Program, INSPIRE Workshop, Boulder, CO, August 1, 2017.

977. Baker, D.N., Panel on the Role of Academia in Space Capacity Building, INSPIRE Workshop, Boulder, CO, August 1, 2017.

978. Baker, D.N., Studying relativistic particle acceleration and low in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen probes radiation belt exploration, AOGS meeting, Singapore, 9 August 2017.

979. Baker, D.N., The solar storms July 2012: Examining extreme space weather scenarios, AOGS meeting, Singapore, 9 August 2017.

980. Baker, D.N., Historical view of deep-dielectric spacecraft charging and operational impacts, IAGA-IAPSO-IAMAS, Cape Town, South Africa, 27 August – 1 September 2017.

981. Baker, D.N., Relativistic particle acceleration and loss in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen radiation belt exploration, First Asia-Pacific Conference on Plasma Physics (AAPPS-DPP2017, Chengdu, China, 18-22 September, 2017.

982. Baker, D.N., Studying relativistic particles in our cosmic backyard: Van Allen Belt Exploration. Longmont Astronomical Society, 19 October, 2017

983. Baker, D.N., Multi-Year observations of relativistic electrons, Laurel, MD, Van Allen Probes SWG Meeting, Oct 23-27, 2017.

984. Baker, D.N., LASP Missions and their Operations, AAIA Space Ops Mtg., Boulder, CO, 23 October, 2017.

985. Baker, D.N., LASP Missions and Plans, Marshall Space Flight Center Technical Interchange, Boulder, CO, 8 November, 2017.

986. Baker, D.N., Space Weather – Technology, Research, and Education Center, Faculty Meeting, Boulder, CO, 9 November, 2017.

987. Baker, D.N., Particle Energization in Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts due to solar wind forcing, Fall AGU, New Orleans, LA, 11-15 December, 2017.

988. Worman, Stacey L., D.N. Baker, et al., The social and economic impacts of space weather (US Project) (Invited), AGU, Fall meeting, New Orleans, LA, 13 December 2017.

2018 989. Baker, D.N., Solar wind-driven enhancements and losses of radiation belt particles: Van Allen

Probes Observations, Fundamental Physical Processes in Solar-Terrestrial Research and their Relevance to Planetary Physics, Kona, Hawaii, January 7-13, 2018.

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990. Baker, D.N., Space Science in the Global Context: Looking to the Future, Abu Dhabi, January 21, 2018.

991. Baker, D.N., Inspiring the Future of Space Science and Engineering: “Space Research for the Future”, 24 January, 2018.

992. Baker, D.N., Discovering Earth's Radiation Belts: the 60th anniversary of Sputnik and Explorer, 29 January 2018.

993. Baker, D.N., The 60th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik and Explorer 1, 31 January 2018. 994. Baker, D.N., Latest Science Results from Van Allen Probes, 60th Anniversary of Space Studies

Board, 1958-2018, NAS, Washington, DC 31 January 2018. 995. Baker, D.N., Future of Space Physics, 60th Anniversary of Space Studies Board, 1958-2018, NAS,

Washington, DC 31 January 2018. 996. Baker, D.N., 2013-2022 Decadal Survey, Phys 493A – Science and Public Policy, University of West

Virginia, Morgantown, West Virginia, February 6, 2018. 997. Baker, D.N., Forecasting Extreme space weather events, AGU Chapman meeting, Pasadena, CA,

February, 2018. 998. Baker, D.N., V. Hoxie, H. Zhao, and X. Li, Multi-Year observations of ultra-relativistic electrons with

the Van Allen Probes Mission, AGU Chapman Conference: Dynamics in Earth's Radiation Belts, Cascais, Portugal, 4-8 March, 2018.

999. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP): Understanding Physical Properties throughout the Solar System, AES Seminar, U. of Colorado, Boulder, 16 March, 2018.

1000. Baker, D.N., LASP and International Space Programs, 3rd Annual CU Boulder Aerospace Summit, Boulder, CO, 19 March, 2018.

1001. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), Understanding physical properties throughout the Solar System AES Seminar, University of Colorado Boulder, 16 March 2018.

1002. Baker, D.N., J.P. Thayer, and T.N. Berger, Space Weather - Technology, Research and Education Center (SWx-TREC), EGU 2018, April 8-13, Vienna, Austria.

1003. Baker, D.N., New Scientific space weather products and forecasting capabilities for geomagnetic, ionospheric, and magnetospheric conditions, EGU 2018, April 8-13, Vienna, Austria.

1004. Baker, D.N., Wave-particle interactions in the Earth's magnetosphere and radiation belt dynamics, EGU 2018, April 8-13, Vienna, Austria.

1005. Baker, D.N., Radiation belt acceleration and loss: Forecasting solar wind driving effects, EGU 2018, April 8-13, Vienna, Austria.

1006. Baker, D.N., Observation Tools, Black Holes and Weather, Euroconsult Colorado Springs, CO, April 16, 2018.

1007. Baker, D.N., Five and One-half years of radiation belt measurement: Space Weather in Earth's neighborhood, 2018 Space Weather Workshop, April 16-20, 2018.

1008. Baker, D.N., Multi-year measurements of radiation belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport, and Loss, Solar Energetic Particles (SEP), Solar Modulation and Space Radiation: New Opportunities in the AMS-02 Era #3, Embassy of Italy – Madison Hilton, Washington, DC, April 23-26, 2018.

1009. Baker, D.N., Multi-Year measurements of radiation belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport, and Loss, URSI AT-RASC, Canary Islands, Spain, May 28 - June 1, 2018.

1010. Baker, D.N., Multi-Year Measurements of Radiation Belt Particles, Space and Ground Systems Information exchange, Patrick AFB, Cocoa Beach, Florida, 6-9 November 2018.

1011. Baker, D.N., Space Weather - Technology, Research, and Education Center (Swx-TREC) EGU, Vienna, Austria, 8-13 April, 2018.

1012. Baker, D.N., Radiation belt acceleration and loss: Forecasting solar wind driving effects, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 8-13 April, 2018.

1013. Baker, DN., Multi-year measurements of radiation belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport and Loss, Solar energetic measurements of radiation belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport, and Loss, (SEP), Washington, DC, 23-26 April, 2018.

1014. Baker, D.N., Invited Remarks, Cheyenne Lodge, Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO, 18 April, 2018.

1015. Baker, D.N., A Needed academic dimension for Annual Space Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, May, 2018.

1016. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle precipitation impacts and coupling, TESS Conference, Leesburg, VA, 20-24 May, 2018.

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1017. Baker, D.N., et al., Quantitative assessment of CRAND contribution to the relativistic electrons in the inner belt and slot region, URSI AT-RASC, Gran Canaria, Spain, May-28 - June, 2018.

1018. Baker, D.N., Baker, D.N., Li, Xinlin, H. Zhao, et al., Deep penetration of energetic electrons and ions into the low L region (L<4), URSI AT-RASC, Gran Canaria, Spain, May-28 - June, 2018

1019. Baker, D.N., Multi-year measurements of radiation belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport and Loss, URSI AT-RASC, Gran Canaria, Spain, May-28 - June, 2018.

1020. Baker, D.N., Tu, W., Ni, B., and Z. Xiang, A statistical survey of radiation belt dropouts observed by Van Allen Probes, URSI AT-RASC, Gran Canaria, Spain, May-28 - June, 2018. URSI AT-RASC, Gran Canaria, Spain, May-28 - June, 2018

1021. Baker, D.N., Radiation Belt Enhancements due to strong Solar Wind Forcing, AOGS 2018, Honolulu, HI, 3-8 June, 2018.

1022. Baker, D.N., Particle energization in earth's Van Allen radiation belts due to solar wind forcing, AOGS 2018, ST16, Honolulu, HI, 3-8 June, 2018.

1023. Baker, D.N., Solar wind-driven enhancements and losses of radiation belt particles: Van Allen Probes observations, AOGS 2018, ST17, Honolulu, HI, 3-8 June, 2018.

1024. Baker, D.N., The Strong role of wave-particle interactions in the Earth's radiation belts, AOGS 2018, ST03, Honolulu, HI, 3-8 June, 2018.

1025. Baker, D.N., The Sun-Earth Connection: Solar forcing of the Earth's magnetosphere and atmosphere system, STP-14 Conference, Toronto, Canada, July 9-13, 2018.

1026. Baker, D.N., New results concerning particle energization in Earth's Van Allen Radiation Belts, COSPAR, Pasadena, CA, 14-22 July 2018, Session D3.5, 2018.

1027. Baker, D.N., Multi-year measurements of radiation belt electrons: Acceleration, Transport, and Loss, COSPAR, Pasadena, CA, 14-22 July 2018, Session D3.3, 2018.

1028. Baker, D.N. Discovering Earth's radiation belts - Six decades of astonishing achievement, COSPAR 2018, Pasadena, CA, 14-22 July, 2018.

1029. Baker. D.N., J.P. Thayer, and T.E. Burger, Space Weather - Technology, Research, and Education Center (SWx-TREC), COSPAR 2018, Pasadena, CA, 14-22 July 2018.

1030. Baker. D.N., Interoperability of Space Weather Data Models, data holdings and data access tools, COSPAR 2018, Pasadena, CA, 14-22 July 2018.

1031. Baker, D.N., Implementation of activities across the space weather enterprise for the protection of critical infrastructure, 2018 Space Weather Enterprise Forum, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 25 July 2018.

1032. Baker, D.N., LASP and Space Weather Research, Congressional Staff and U.S. Dept. of Commerce Team, Boulder, CO, 21 August, 2018.

1033. Baker, D.N., LASP contributions to the Federal Lab system in Colorado, Co-LABS Presentation, Boulder, CO 22 August 2018.

1034. Baker, D.N., Small spacecraft and big objectives: INSPIRE in the New Space World, INSPIRE, Paris, France, 27 August - 29 August, 2018.

1035. Baker, D.N., Small satellites for science and international cooperation, INSPIRE, Paris, France, 27 August - 29 August, 2018.

1036. Baker, D.N., Economic and societal impacts of Severe Space Weather, NCAS, Fort Collins, 6 September, 2018.

1037. Baker, D.N., WSA-ENLIL modeling: Understanding solar wind forcing at the planets, ISSS-13, UCLA, 9-14 September, 2018.

1038. Baker, D.N., Ground control to Major Tom, Fifty Years at APL: A celebration of the career and contributions of Stamatios (TOM) Krimigis, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Lab, Laurel, MD. 10 September, 2018.

1039. Baker, D.N., Impacts of Severe Space Weather, Fiske Planetarium, CU Astronomy Club, 21 September, 2018.

1040. Baker, D.N., Multi-Year measurements of radiation belt particles, Space and Ground Systems information Exchange (SGSIE), Patrick AFB, Cocoa Beach, FL, 6-9 November, 2018.

1041. Baker, D.N., Wave-particle interactions in the Earth's magnetosphere, AAPPS-DPP, Kanazawa, Japan, 12-17 November 2018.

1042. Baker, D.N., Plenary Panel #2, Supporting Principal Investigators, Pathways to Mission Leadership: Mission Principal Investigator Diversity Workshop, Washington, DC, November 27-28, 2018.

1043. Baker, D.N., Shocks, High Speed Streams, and Sudden impulses: Solar wind effects on energetic particle properties, AGU, Session SM002, Abstract # 348726, Dayside Magnetosphere Interactions, Washington, DC, Dec. 10-14, 2018.

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1044. Baker, D.N., Comparison of Van Allen Probes and GOES Energetic electron data on multi-year timescales, AGU, Session SM002, Abstract ID: 381429, Dayside Magnetosphere Interactions, Washington, DC, Dec. 10-14, 2018.

1045. Baker, D.N., Recent advances in understanding energy-dependent dynamics of radiation belt particles, AGU, Session SM21A, Washington, DC, Dec. 10-14, 2018.

2019 1046. Baker, D.N., How to INSPIRE international space weather research with small missions, AMS,

Phoenix, AZ, 6-10 January, 2019. 1047. Baker, D.N., The University of Colorado Space Weather Technology, Research, and Education

Center (SWx-TREC), AMS, Phoenix, AZ, 6-10 January, 2019. 1048. Baker, D.N., Space and Atmospheric Science Present and Future, Physical Research Lab,

Ahmedabad, India, January 17, 2019. 1049. Baker, D.N., INSPIRE program as a future for space exploration, Physical Research Lab,

Ahmedabad, India, January 18, 2019. 1050. Baker, D.N., Forecasting extreme space weather effects, Chapman Conference, Pasadena, CA, 11-

15 February, 2019. 1051. Baker, D.N., Berger, Thomas, et al., The University of Colorado Space Weather Technology,

Research, and Education Center: Developing Hybrid Operations-research Models and Missions to Improve Space Weather Forecasting, Chapman Conference, Pasadena, CA, 11-15 February, 2019.

1052. Baker, D.N., Shocks, High Speed Streams, and sudden impulses: Solar Wind effects on Energetic Particle Properties, MMS Community Science Workshop, Yosemite Valley, CA, 19-22 February,

1053. Baker, D.N., and Hong Zhao, Comparison of Van Allen Probes and GOES energetic electron data on Multi-year Timescales, NOAA, 28 February, 2019.

1054. Baker, D.N., Exploring the Earth, our Solar System, and Beyond, LASP 70th Anniversary Gala, 1 March, 2019.

1055. Baker, D.N., et al., Van Allen Probes Follow-on Mission, invited presentation, U.S. Air Force Weather Division, Pentagon, Arlington, VA, 8 March 2019.

1056. Baker, D.N., and Amal Chandran, How to INSPIRE international space weather research with small missions, Boulder Solar Day, 12 March, 2019.

1057. Baker, D.N., and H. Zhao, Satellite anomalies and the radiation belts, NOAA Space Weather Workshop, 4 April, 2019.

1058. Baker, D.N., and Amal Chandran, How to INSPIRE international space weather research with small missions, AOGS 2019, Vienna, Austria, 7-12 April, 2019.

1059. Baker, D.N., Solar and Magnetospheric particle precipitation: Coupling to Earth's atmosphere, EGU 2019, Vienna, Austria, 7-12 April, 2019.

1060. Baker, D.N., Multi-year observations of the Earth's High-Energy radiation environment, EGU 2019, 7-12 April, Vienna, Austria.

1061. Baker, D.N., LASP Overview: NASA Deputy Administrator Briefing", LASP, March 1, 2019. 1062. Baker, D.N., and Amal Chandran, How to INSPIRE international space weather research with small

missions, AOGS 2019, Vienna, Austria, 7-12 April, 2019. 1063. Baker, D.N., et al., Solar and magnetospheric particle precipitation: Coupling to Earth's

atmosphere, EGU, 2019-2023, 11 April, 2019. 1064. Baker, D.N., and A. Chandran, INSPIRE: International space weather research using cubesat

platforms, EGU, 2019-2023, 11 April, 2019. 1065. Baker, D.N., Multi-year observations of the Earth's high-energy radiation environment, EGU,

2019-2023, 11 April, 2019. 1066. Baker, D.N., Report on the Council of Institutions, Universities Space Research Association, Annual

Meeting, Washington, DC, 23 April, 2019. 1067. Baker, D.N., Space Exploration: Achievements of the past 50 Years, USRA Celebration, U.S.

National Academies Building, Washington, DC, 23 April 2019. 1068. Baker, D.N., Societal and Economic Impacts of Space Weather, 37th Annual Karl F. Herzfeld

Memorial Lecture, Catholic University of America, 25 April, 2019. 1069. Baker, D.N., The State of the Laboratory, Annual All-Hands Meeting, CU Boulder, April 30, 2019. 1070. Baker, D.N., Strengths, aspirations and concerns of CU Boulder, Forecast/Prediction Aspects,

Optical Extraction from asteroid 2024? Universities Space Research Association, Council of Institutions Region VIII Meeting, Utah State University, 9 May 2019.

1071. Baker, D.N., Global response to Space Weather, Keynote address, ICTP ISWI Workshop, Trieste, Italy, 29-24 May 2019.

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1072. Baker, D.N., Science highlights from the Van Allen Probes Mission and Lessons learned for the outer planets, Future of Space Radiation Assurance Meeting, JPL Pasadena, CA 3-4 June 2019.

1073. Baker, D.N., Martin Snow, and Claire Raftery, REU in solar and space physics with the Boulder Solar Alliance, GEM workshop, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 23-28 June, 2019.

1074. Baker, D.N., Space Weather - Technology, Research, and education Center (SWx-TREC at CU Boulder, Space Weather Enterprise Forum, Washington, DC, 26 June, 2019.

1075. Baker, D.N., H. Zhao, Z. Li, S.G. Kanekal, A.N. Jaynes, B.T. Kress, J.V. Rodriguez, H.J. Singer, S.G. Claudepierre, and J.F. Fennell, Comparison of Van Allen Probes Energetic Electron Data with Corresponding GOES-15 Measurements: 2012 - 2018.

1076. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, and D. Sibeck, Recent advances in our understanding of the Earth's Radiation Belts, International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), Granada, Spain, 9-13 September 2019.

1077. Baker, D.N., Particle and field signatures of substorms in the near magnetotail, International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), Granada, Spain, 9-13 September 2019.

1078. Baker, D.N., Heliophysics Data Science: Past Experience and Future Prospects, Invited talk, Machine Learning in Heliophysics, Amsterdam, 16-20 September 2019.

1079. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP): Understanding physical properties throughout the solar system, Dubai, November 19-20, 2019.

1080. Baker, D.N., The Economic and Societal Impacts of Space weather, Dubai, November 19-20, 2019. 1081. Baker, D.N., Societal and economic Impacts of Space weather, Boulder Rotary Club, Boulder, CO,

22 November 2019. 1082. Jeffrey P. Thayer, Thomas E. Berger, Daniel N. Baker, Delores J. Knipp, Christopher K. Pankratz,

Steven R. Cranmer, Eric K. Sutton, Tom Baltzer, Greg Lucas, James Craft, Natasha Bosanac, and Thomas Raymond Smith, University of Colorado Space Weather Technology, Research, and Education Center (SWx TREC): An academic center of excellence to accelerate research to operations and operations to research transitions, AGU, Session SM21A, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1083. Christopher K. Pankratz, Tom Baltzer, Greg Lucas, James Craft, Jenny Knuth, Thomas E Berger, Eric K. Sutton, Daniel N. Baker, and Allison N. Jaynes, SWx TREC: An Emerging Community Resource for Integrative Space Weather Data Access and Model/Algorithm R2O Promotion, AGU, Session SH33C-3373, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1084. Stefan Eriksson, Daniel N. Baker, David L. Newman, Giovanni Lapenta, and Lynn B. Wilson III, Magnetic Reconnection Exhausts and Magnetic Flux Rope Structures in the Solar Wind: Spatial Scales at 1 AU and Heliosheath at 100 AU, AGU, Session SH51E-3322, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1085. Baker, D.N., Extreme Geomagnetic Storms: Kinetic-scale Interactions Leading to Powerful Space Weather Consequences (Invited), AGU, Session SM11A-01, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1086. Tuija I Pulkkinen, Qusai Abdulla Al Shidi, Shannon C Hill, K. Emilia J. Kilpua, and Daniel N. Baker, Magnetospheric Response to Driving by Complex ICMEs, AGU, Session SM13B-08, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1087. Trevor W. Leonard and Daniel N. Baker, Examining the Propagation of Energetic Particle Injections and the Resulting Effects on Earth's Inner Magnetosphere with Observations by MMS and Van Allen Probes, AGU, Session SM13D-3321, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1088. Daniel N. Baker, Hong Zhao, Xinlin Li, Shrikanth G. Kanekal, Allison N. Jaynes, Brian T. Kress, Juan V. Rodriguez, Howard J. Singer, Seth G. Claudepierre, and J. F. Fennell, Comparison of Van Allen Probes Energetic Electron Data with Corresponding GOES-15 Measurements: 2012 – 2018, AGU, Session SM22B-05, Washington, DC, Dec. 10, 2019.

1089. James Craft, Wendy Hawley Carande, Drew L. Turner, Joseph F. Fennell, Daniel N. Baker, and Barry Mauk, Using Modern Day Machine Learning Techniques for Detection of Sunlight Contamination in FEEPS Data, AGU, Session SM31D-3192, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1090. Alexander Hegedus, Quentin Nenon, Antoine Brunet, Justin Kasper, Angélica Sicard, Baptiste Cecconi, Robert MacDowall, and Daniel Baker, Measuring the Earth's Synchrotron Emission from Radiation Belts with a Lunar Near Side Radio Array, AGU, Session SM41C-3246, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1091. Shrikanth G. Kanekal, Ashley D. Greeley, Daniel N. Baker, Quintin Schiller, Lauren W. Blum, David G. Sibeck, Allison N. Jaynes, Xinlin Li, and Hong Zhao, Van Allen Probes observations of energetic

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electron events during the declining phase of solar cycle 24, AGU, Session SM41D-3263, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1092. Ashley D. Greeley, Shrikanth G. Kanekal, Quintin Schiller, Daniel N. Baker, and David G. Si-beck, Evolution of pitch angle distributions of relativistic electrons during geomagnetic storms: Van Allen Probes Observations, AGU, Session SM41D-3269, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1093. Yoshiharu Omura, Yi-Kai Hsieh, John C. Foster, Philip John Erickson, Craig Kletzing, and Daniel N. Baker, Cyclotron Acceleration of Relativistic Electrons Through Landau Resonance With Obliquely Propagating Whistler-Mode Chorus Emissions, AGU, Session SM43A-03, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1094. Hong Zhao, Daniel N. Baker, Xinlin Li, Allison N. Jaynes, Shrikanth G Kanekal, and David Malaspina, Energy-Dependent Acceleration of Ultrarelativistic Electrons (E>~3 MeV) in the Outer Radiation Belt (Invited), AGU, Session SM44B-02, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1095. Lydia Bingley, Vassilis Angelopoulos, David G. Sibeck, Daniel N. Baker, Harlan E. Spence, and Craig Kletzing, Characterization of Relativistic Electron Scattering Signatures Caused by EMIC Waves, AGU, Session SM44B-05, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1096. Kyle R. Murphy, Clare Watt, Jonathan Rae, Drew L. Turner, David G. Sibeck, Ian Robert Mann, Alex Boyd, Seth G. Claudepierre, Daniel N. Baker, Harlan E. Spence, and Geoffrey D. Reeves, The Storm-time Evolution and Distribution of Ultra Low Frequency Waves, AGU, Session SM44B-08, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1097. Allison N. Jaynes, Daniel N. Baker, Shrikanth G. Kanekal, Xinlin Li, Connor Pollock, and Hong Zhao, A Four-Belt Structure in Earth’s Van Allen Belts, AGU, Session SM51I-3278, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1098. Satoko Nakamura, Yoshiharu Omura, Uji, Craig Kletzing, and Daniel N. Baker, EMIC Rising‐Tone Emissions Inducing Rapid Precipitation of Relativistic Electron, AGU, Session SM51I-3284, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1099. Ligia Alves Da Silva, David G Sibeck, Livia Ribeiro Alves, Vitor Souza, Paulo Ricardo Jauer, Seth G. Claudepierre, Jose Marchezi, Oleksiy V Agapitov, Claudia Medeiros, Luis Vieira, Chi Wang, Jiankui Shi, Zhengkuan Liu Mr, Walter Gonzalez, Alisson Dal Lago, Marlos Rockenbach, Marcelo B Padua, Maria Virginia Alves, Marcos Vinicius Grala Barbosa, Mei-Ching Hannah Fok, Daniel N. Baker, Craig Kletzing, Shrikanth G. Kanekal, and Marina Georgiou, Contribution of ULF Wave Activity to the Global Recovery of the Outer Radiation Belt During the Passage of a High‐Speed Solar Wind Stream Observed in September 2014, AGU, Session SM51I-3293, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1100. Jinxing Li, Jacob Bortnik, Xin An, Wen Li, Vassilis Angelopoulos, Richard M. Thorne, Christopher T. Russell, Binbin Ni, Xiaochen Shen, William S. Kurth, George B. Hospodarsky, David Hartley, Herbert O. Funsten, Harlan E. Spence, and Daniel N. Baker, Origin of two-band chorus in the Earth’s outer radiation belt, AGU, Session SM51I-3295, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1101. Leonid Olifer, Ian Mann, Louis Ozeke, Steven Morley, Seth G. Claudepierre, and Daniel N. Baker, On the Self-Similarity and Repeatability of Fast Van Allen Belt Dropouts, AGU, Session SM52A-06, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1102. Hong Zhao, William R. Johnston, Daniel N. Baker, Xinlin Li, Binbin Ni, Allison N. Jaynes, Shrikanth G. Kanekal, J. Bernard Blake, Seth G. Claudepierre, Geoffrey D. Reeves, and Alex Boyd, The Critical Role of Plasmasphere in Shaping the Radiation Belt Electron Energy Spectra, AGU, Session SM53A-05, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1103. Yixin Hao, Qiugang Zong, Xuzhi Zhou, Alexander W. Degeling, Daniel N. Baker, Harlan E. Spence, J. Bernard Blake, Geoffrey D. Reeves, and Seth G. Claudepierre, Outer-belt electrons' drift resonance with ULF waves driven by solar wind: knowledge from Van Allen Probe mission (Invited), AGU, Session SM53B-07, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1104. Xinlin Li, Zheng Xiang, Kun Zhang, Leng Ying Khoo, Hong Zhao, Daniel N. Baker, Mark Dix-on Looper, and Michael A Temerin, New Insights from Long-Term Measurements of Inner Belt Protons (10s of MeV) by SAMPEX, POES, and the Van Allen Probes, AGU, Session SM54A-10, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

1105. Claudia Medeiros, Vitor Souza, Luis Vieira, David G Sibeck, Ligia Alves Da Silva, Livia Ribeiro Alves, Jose Marchezi, Paulo Ricardo Jauer, Marlos Rockenbach, Alisson Dal Lago, Shrikanth G Kanekal, Dan N. Baker, and Craig Kletzing, Neural Network Approaches To Find Evidences Of EMIC Waves And Their Contribution To Pitch Angle Distribution Reconfiguration In The Earth's Outer Van Allen Radiation Belts, AGU, Session NG21A-04, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

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1106. Wenxun Zhang, Binbin Ni, He Huang, Xudong Gu, Hong Zhao, Xinlin Li, Dan N. Baker, Song Fu, and Xing Cao, Parametric Sensitivity of the Formation of Reversed Electron Energy Spec-trum Caused by Plasmaspheric Hiss, AGU, Session SM41C-3257, Washington, DC, Dec. 9-13, 2019.

2020 1107. Baker, D.N., Observations of the Earth’s High-Energy Radiation Environment: The Amazing Saga

of LASP’s Van Allen Probes Instruments, LASP Seminar Series, Boulder, CO, January 9, 2020. 1108. Baker, D.N., The Emergence of Space Weather from the Roots of Space Physics (Invited

Presentation), AMS 17th Conference on Space Weather, Session 3 Heliophysics and Space Weather in History. Part I, Boston, MA, January 13, 2020.

1109. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP): Understanding Physical Properties Throughout the Solar System, India Talks, January 2020.

1110. Baker D.N., Science Highlights from the Van Allen Probes Mission and Lessons Learned for the Outer Planets, APS Seminar, 3 February 2020.

1111. Baker, D.N., Rediscovering the Earth’s Radiation Belts: What We Learned From the Van Allen Probes Mission, LASP Public Lecture, 4 March 2020.

1112. Baker, D.N., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP): Seven Years of Van Allen Probes Observations: Exploring the Sun-Earth Connection, 19th Annual International Astrophsyics Conference, Sante Fe, NM (via Zoom), 9-13 March, 2020.

1113. Baker, D.N. and members, Universities Space Research Association Council of Institutions, Annual Meeting, 27 March 2020.

1114. Baker, D.N., Guest Lecturer, The Business of Space, CU Pathway to Space class (Chris Koehler), University of Colorado Boulder (via Zoom), 7 April 2020.

1115. Baker, D.N., Invited Panelist, Perspectives and Lessons Learned from Decadal Surveys in Space Science, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (via Zoom), 2 July 2020.

1116. Baker, D.N., et al., Invited talk, The Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT) Investigation: Design, Operational Properties, and Science Highlights, REPT Phase F Review Meeting (via Zoom), 6 August 2020.

1117. Baker, D.N., Invited Keynote, Space Weather Observing Architectures: A Systems View, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Space Weather Operations and Research Infrastructure Workshop (via Zoom), 11 September 2020.

1118. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, Welcome Message from Dr. Daniel Baker (TGCSS Chairperson), COSPAR Task Group on Establishing a Constellation of Small Satellites (TGCSS), COSPAR Townhall Webinar Asia Pacific Region, (via Zoom, pre-recorded video presentation), 29 September 2020.

1119. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, MMS Magnetotail Observations of the Complete Cycle of Substorm Growth, Dipolarization, Expansion, and Recovery Phases, MMS Science Team Meeting (via Zoom), 6 October 2020.

1120. Baker, D.N., Guest Lecturer, Space Science Policy and Practice, Global Topics in Aerospace (Kathryn Tobey), University of Colorado Boulder (via Zoom), 19 October 2020.

1121. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, COSPAR View on Space Weather: A Small Satellite Constellation, Korea Space Weather Center Conference, South Korea (via Zoom, pre-recorded video presentation), 25 October 2020.

1122. Baker, D.N., Invited Talk, Data for Space Weather Operations, Distributed Network Sources, Panel Discussion on Distributed Data Support for Operations, SEASONS 2020 (via Zoom), 4 November 2020.

1123. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, Societal and Economic Impacts of Space Weather (via Zoom), EMBRACE Space Weather Services Brazil, 11 November 2020.

1124. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, Wave-Particle Interaction Effects in the Van Allen Belts (via Zoom), VERSIM 2020 Kyoto University, 16 November 2020.

1125. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, Introduction of Dr. Robert McPherron for the James Van Allen Lecture Allen (pre-recorded), American Geophysical Union Fall Annual Meeting 2020, 9 December 2020.

2021 1126. Baker, D.N., Invited talk, Radiation belt observations: Past, present, and Future (via Zoom),

American Meterological Society Meeting, Special Session 8 - Observing, Modeling, and Forecasting the Van Allen Radiation Belt Energetic Charged Particle Environment, 13 January 2021.

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1127. Baker, D.N., invited talk, How to INSPIRE international space weather research with small missions, COSPAR 2020, Sydney Australia (via Zoom and pre-recorded presentation), January 2021.

CONTRIBUTED TALKS

1974 1. Baker, D.N., In situ observation of energetic particles in the magnetosphere (with J.A. Van Allen,

B.A. Randall, and D.D. Sentman), Eos Trans. AGU, 55, 335, 1974. 2. Baker, D.N., Energetic electron fluxes and spectra in the Jovian magnetodisc, Eos Trans. AGU, 55,

1171, 1974. 3. Baker, D.N., Iowa Instrumentation for energetic particle observations during the Jovian encounter

of Pioneer 11, (with B.A. Randall, J.A. Van Allen and R.F. Randall), Eos Trans. AGU, 55, 1172, 1974.

1975 4. Baker, D.N., Energetic electron distribution functions and diffusion coefficients at Jupiter, (with

C.K. Goertz), Eos Trans. AGU, 56, 1046, 1975. 5. Baker, D.N., E.C. Stone, R.E. Vogt, K.L. Ackerson, and L.A. Frank, Correlation of electrons EE greater

than 0.24 MeV with low-energy electrons (50 EV equal to or less than EE equal to or less than 45 KEV) in Earth's magnetotail, Eos Trans. AGU, 56, 1046, 1975.

1976 6. Baker, D.N., Energetic electrons observed in conjunction with magnetotail fireball events, (with

E.C. Stone, R.E. Vogt, L.A. Frank, and K.L. Ackerson), Eos Trans. AGU, 57, 314, 1976. 7. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, High-energy electrons (E > 200 keV) observed in the magnetotail

boundary layer, (with E.C. Stone), Eos Trans. AGU, 57, 995, 1976. 8. Baker, D.N. and E.C. Stone, Energetic electron anisotropies in the magnetotail" Identification of

open and closed field lines, Geophys. Res. Lett., 3, #9, 1976. 9. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Van Allen, Energetic electrons in the Jovian magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res.,

81, #4, 1976.

1977 10. Baker, D.N., Observations of electron acceleration and closed field lines in magnetosheath-like

regions, (with E.C. Stone), Eos Trans. AGU, 58(6), 471, 1977. 11. Baker, D.N., Energetic proton penetration into the Earth's magnetotail at H30 RE, (with R.A.

Mewaldt and E.C. Stone), Eos Trans. AGU, 58, 475, 1977. 12. Baker, D.N., Thickness and intensity characteristics of the tailward magnetopause energetic

electron layer, (with E.C. Stone), Eos Trans. AGU, 58(6), 471, 1977. 13. Baker, D.N., Stone, E.C., Magnetopause Electron Layer Along Distant Magnetotail, Transacatons

American Geophysical Union, 58(6), 559., 1977.

1978 14. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, A correlation study of >30 keV electrons

at 6.6 RE with high-latitude riometer measurements, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms and Related Processes, Los Alamos, NM, Oct. 9-13, 1978.

15. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, Substorm and quiet-time electron anisotropies (30 Ee 300 keV) at 6.6 RE and their dependence on the IMF, AGU Chapman Conference, Oct 9-13, 1978.

16. Baker, D.N., P.R Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, Greater-than 30 keV electron anisotropies at 6.6 RE as precursors to substorms, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 59(4), 357-358, 1978.

17. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Redistribution of high-energy (Ep > 0.3 MeV) protons during magnetospheric substorms, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 59(12), 1172, 1978.

18. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, E.W. Hones, Jr., and P.R. Higbie, Substorm-associated protons (E > 300 keV) and their dependence on geomagnetic and solar wind conditions, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on magnetospheric substorms and related plasma processes, Los Alamos, NM, Oct. 9-13, 1978.

19. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Proton drift echo observations from satellites in synchronous orbit, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 59(4), 361-362, 1978.

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20. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, and R.D. Belian, Pitch angle distributions of 30 keV electrons at geostationary altitudes, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on the Quantitative Modeling of Magnetospheric Processes, La Jolla Shores Beach, CA, 9/19-22/78.

21. Higbie, P.R., R.D. Belian, and D.N. Baker, Local time distributions of electron micropulsations observed at synchronous orbit, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 59, 359 (1978).

22. Stone, E.C., D.N. Baker, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Fast electrons near the magnetopause on interplanetary parameters, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 59(4), 365, 1978.

23. Wilken, B., T.A. Fritz, D.N. Baker, P. Higbie, and A. Korth, Multiple satellite observations of a sudden commencement associated substorm, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms and Related Plasma Processes, Los Alamos, NM, Oct. 9-13, 1978.

1979 24. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Do Jovian electrons influence the

terrestrial outer radiation zone? Geophys. Res. Lett., 6, #6, 1979. 25. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, The Use of >30 keV electron anisotropies

at 6.6 RE to predict magnetospheric substorms, presented at the International Solar Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Boulder, CO, April 23-27, 1979.

26. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Prediction of high-energy magnetospheric particles, invited talk, presented at the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, 4/23-27/79, Boulder, CO.

27. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, T.E. Moore, P.H. Smith, B. Wilken, A multi-spacecraft study of phase space density variations during the 1200 UT July 29, 1977 substorm, presented at the first IMS symposium, Melbourne, Australia, November 27, 1979 to December 1, 1979.

28. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., Substorm-generated magnetospheric protons (E > 0.3 MeV) at geostationary orbit and in the magnetotail, presented at the IMS Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, November 27, 1979 to December 1, 1979.

29. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, P.R. Higbie, B.T Tsurutani, E.J. Smith, Real-time data input for magnetospheric modeling, presented at the IAGA Symposium, Canberra, Australia, December 2-15, 1979.

30. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and P. Stauning, Strong electron pitch angle diffusion observed at L = 6.6, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Waves and Instabilities in Space Plasma, August 7-9, 1979, Denver, CO.

31. Fritz, T.A., A.J. Masley, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Kaye, T.E. Moore, P.H. Smith, B. Wilken, A multi-spacecraft study of the injection process and morphology of the 1200 UT July 29, 1977 substorm, presented at the IMS Symposium in Melbourne, Australia, December 1979.

32. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Micropulsations observed in greater than 30 keV electron fluxes measured at geostationary altitudes, presented at the IAGA Symposium, Canberra, Australia, December 2-15, 1979.

33. Higbie, P.R., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, R.L. Arnoldy, Substorm behavior of plasma and energetic particles at geostationary altitudes, Eos, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 60, 358, 1979.

34. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, Pitch Angle Distributions of 30 keV electrons at geostationary altitudes, the AGU Chapman Conference on the Quantitative Modeling of Magnetospheric Processes (held 9/19-22/78) 1979.

35. Smith, P.H., B. Wilken, T.A. Fritz, N.K. Bewtra, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, S. Kaye, Initial comparison of energetic particle observations with a time-dependent electric field convection model, presented at the IAGA Symposium, Canberra, Australia, December 2-16, 1979.

36. Tsurutani, B.T., and D.N. Baker, A real-time ISEE data system, invited talk at the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Boulder, CO, April 23-27, 1979.

37. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, S.M. Kaye, P.H. Smith, Multi-spacecraft observations of SSC associated effects in the trapped particle population, presented at IMS Symposium in Melbourne, Australia, December 1979.

38. Wilken, B., W. Studemann, T.A. Fritz, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and T.E. Moore, Trapping boundary motions and correlated impulsive variations in the high latitude magnetic field, presented at IMS Symposium in Melbourne, Australia, December 1979.

1980 39. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, J.R. Asbridge, S.J. Bame, Unusual magnetospheric environmental

conditions on November 13-16, 1979, LAUR-80-646, presented at the Satellite Working Group Meeting, Patrick Air Force Base, FL, March 18-20, 1980.

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40. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., R.D. Belian, and P. Stauning, Fast-time, near-equatorial measurements of energetic electron precipitation at L = 6.6, LAUR-80-557, AGU Spring Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 22-27, 1980.

41. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and J.F. Fennell, The giant flux pulsation event of November 13-15, 1979, 1, Energetic particle observations at geostationary orbit, LAUR-80-570, AGU Spring Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 22-27, 1980.

42. Wilken, B., C.K. Goertz, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, P.H. Smith, The 0027 UT sudden storm commencement of July 29, 1977, LAUR-80-623, AGU Spring Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 22-27, 1980.

43. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., Double spacecraft study of substorm phenomena at synchronous orbit, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 1980.

44. Payne, J.B, D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and W.C. Feldman, High time resolution study of interplanetary parameter correlations with AE, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 1980.

45. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, Survey of long duration particle flux modulations observed at geostationary orbit, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 1980.

46. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and P.R. Higbie, Observations of plasma sheet energetic proton enhancements, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 1980.

1981 47. Baker, D.N., The EDGE electron measurements at synchronous orbit, Satellite Working Group

Meeting, 7 May 1981. 48. Tsurutani, B.T., E.J. Smith, R.M. Thorne, C.T. Russell, R.R. Anderson, S.J. Bame, D.N. Baker, and

E.W. Hones, Jr., Magnetosheath lion roars and slow mode magnetoacoustic waves, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 1981.

49. Bame, S.J., D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, E.W. Hones, Jr., B.T. Tsurutani, E.J. Smith, and S.-I. Akasofu, An ISEE high-resolution study of interplanetary parameter correlations with magnetospheric activity, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 1981.

50. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, P. Stauning, Global magnetospheric properties during a substorm growth phase: A cast study, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 1981.

51. Wilken, B., T.A. Fritz, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, Energetic particle observations at and near the magnetopause during the dynamic phase of the SSC on July 29, 1977, IAGA Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 1981.

52. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, P.H. Smith, B. Wilken, R. Link, Modeling of the observed motion of energetic particles injected during the July 29, 1977 event, IAGA Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 1981.

53. Tsurutani, B.T., E.J. Smith, R.R. Anderson, C.T. Russell, S.J. Bame, D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and G. Paschmann, The properties of magnetosheath lion roars and related slow mode MHD waves, IAGA Meeting, Edinburgh, August 1981.

54. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, R.P. Lepping, Consequences of evolution in the pitch angle distribution during long-lived energetic particle events observed upstream of Jupiter, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 1981.

55. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, R.P. Lepping, Low-energy ion angular distribution changes at the bow shock of Jupiter: Voyager 2 results, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 1981.

56. Klebesadel, R.W., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, J.B. Blake, Very high energy electrons in the outer terrestrial magnetosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 1981.

57. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., R.L McPherron, J.B. Payne, C. Searls, Linear prediction filtering analysis of geomagnetic activity using IMP-8 data, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 1981.

58. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, Plasma behavior during energetic electron streaming events: Further evidence for substorm-associated magnetic reconnection, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 1981.

1982 59. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, Observations of substorm-

associated magnetic reconnection, 1982 Yosemite Conference on Plasmas and Electric Fields in the Magnetosphere, Yosemite, CA, January 1982.

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60. Klebesadel, R.W., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.D. Belian, Very high energy electrons in the outer terrestrial magnetosphere and their relation to spacecraft operational anomalies, SWG Meeting, AFTAC, Patrick AFB, FL, March 1982.

61. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, R.P. Lepping, Energetic ion acceleration and transport in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager 1 and 2, COSPAR Symposium on Giant Planets, Ottawa, Canada, May 1982.

62. McPherron, R.L., M.G. Kivelson, D.N. Baker, C.R. Clauer, C. Searls, The impulse response of the magnetosphere for various magnetic indices, Solar-Terrestrial Physics Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, May 1982.

63. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, R.P. Lepping, Energetic ion acceleration and transport in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager 1 and 2, COSPAR Symposium on Giant Planets, Ottawa, Canada, May 1982.

64. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.T. Young, and J. Birn, Ionospheric O+ and the location and timing of substorm reconnection in the tail, presented at the ISEE Geomagnetic Tail Workshop, Goddard Space Flight Center, Oct. 26-27, 1982.

65. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.T. Young, and J. Birn, Onset and location of substorm reconnection in the magnetotail: The possible role of ionospheric oxygen, presented at AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 7-15, 1982.

66. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, M. Halbig, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, R. Robinson, E.R. Tech, and M. Torres, AFTAC, the radiation environment during operational anomalies on the DSP satellites, Satellite Working Group Meeting, 22 March 1983.

67. Bame, S.J., D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, B.T. Tsurutani, E.J. Smith, and S.-I. Akasofu, Solar wind magnetosphere coupling: an ISEE-3 high resolution cross-correlation analysis, presented at AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 1982.

68. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, E.W. Hones, Jr., Magnetospheric impulse response for many levels of geomagnetic activity, presented at AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 1982.

69. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and P.R. Higbie, High energy proton drift echoes - multiple peak structure, presented at AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1982.

70. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.P. Lepping, Microstructure of magnetic reconnection in Earth's magnetotail, presented at Magnetotail Workshop, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, October, 1982.

71. Fritz, T.A., and D.N. Baker, Energetic particle observations during the CDAW-6 substorm event of March 22, 1979, presented at the ISEE Geomagnetic Tail Workshop, GSFC, Greenbelt, MD, October, 1982.

72. Fritz, T.A., and D.N. Baker, Energetic particle observations during the CDAW-6 substorm event of March 22, 1979, presented at AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1982.

73. McPherron, R.L., M.G. Kivelson, D.N. Baker, C.R. Clauer, C. Searles, The impulse response of the magnetosphere for various magnetic indices, Solar-Terrestrial Physics Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, May 1982.

74. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, T.A. Fritz, W.P. Olson, and K.A. Pfitzer, Magnetospheric configuration and energetic particle effects associated with the SSC on 22 March 1979: CDAW-6, presented at AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1982.

75. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, and R.P. Lepping, Energetic electrons in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager 1 and 2, presented at AGU Spring Meeting, Philadelphia, June, 1982.

1983 76. Anderson, R.C., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, R.D. Belian, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, P.R. Higbie, E.W.

Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Correlated substorm dynamical changes in the near-earth plasma sheet and the distant magnetotail: ISEE-3 results, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 30 May - 3 June 1983.

77. Baker, D.N., A report on further spacecraft anomalies at 6.6 RE, Sandia National Labs, 28 June 1983.

78. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and R.L. McPherron, Evidence for magnetotail energy storage prior to substorms on 22 March, 31 March, and 1 April 1979: CDAW-6, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 30 May - 3 June 1983.

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79. Gosling, J.T., R.D. Anderson, J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, The lobe plasma at 60-90 RE: ISEE-3 electron measurements, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 30 May - 3 June 1983.

80. Hones, E.W., Jr., J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, J. Birn, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, Observations of plasma vortices in the distant tail with ISEE-3, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 30 May - 3 June 1983.

81. Baker, D.N., Data management activities at Los Alamos National Laboratory from a space science perspective, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

82. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.T. Young, and J. Birn, The possible role of ionospheric oxygen in the initiation and location of plasma sheet instabilities, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

83. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, R.D. Belian, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Substorm dynamical effects in the Earth's magnetotail: Correlations of observations at R = 6.6 RE and R >~ 70 RE, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

84. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Magnetospheric impulse response for many levels of geomagnetic activity, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

85. Blake, J.B., J.F. Fennell, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and P.R. Higbie, A determination of the charge state and composition of energetic magnetospheric ions by observation of drift echoes, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

86. Ungstrup, E., R.D. Sharp, C.A. Cattell, R.R. Anderson, R.J. Fitzenreiter, D.S. Evans, and D.N. Baker, Particle and wave observations at a discontinuity in the magnetosphere associated with a westward traveling surge, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

87. Gelfand, E.M., D.N. Baker, and G.H. Heiken, Electronic upsets and the use of lunar resources, 14th Lunar and Planetary Science Conf., Houston, TX, 17 March 1983.

88. Higbie, P.R., S.N. Stone, W. Priedhorsky, D.N. Baker, and D.D. Cobb, and W.R. Scarlett, Classified talk, Satellite Working Group Meeting, March 22-24, 1983, Patrick AFB, FL.

89. Wilken, B., W. Studemann, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, and P.R. Higbie, Energetic particle and magnetic field signatures of SSC events observed at geostationary altitude, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

90. Zwickl, R.D. and D.N. Baker, A comparison of energetic particle phenomena observed in the upstream regions of Jupiter and Earth, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany 15-27 Au-gust 1983.

91. Studemann, W., B. Wilken, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and T.A. Fritz. The solar flare event of 13 July 1982: Detailed multispacecraft energetic particle and magnetic field measurements of the compressed magnetopause at 6.6 RE, IUGG/IAGA Meeting, Hamburg, W. Germany, 15-27 August 1983.

92. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, R.D. Belian, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Substorm dynamical effects in the Earth's magnetotail: Correlations of observations at r = 6.6 RE and r >~ 220 RE, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

93. Bargatze, L.F., K. Schindler, D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Application of dimensional analysis to solar wind-magnetosphere energy coupling using IMP-8 data, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

94. Davidson, G.T., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and P.R. Higbie, Drift echoes as an indicator of high-energy particle source characteristics, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

95. Fritz, T.A. and D.N. Baker, Energetic particle observations during the CDAW-6 substorm event of March 22, 1979, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetic Reconnection, Los Alamos, 3-7 October 1983.

96. Fritz, T.A. and D.N. Baker, Further analysis of energetic particle observations during the CDAW-6 substorm event of 1100 UT March 22, 1979, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

97. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, An asymmetry between the distant north and south tail lobes, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

98. Olmstead, C., S. -I. Akasofu, E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, and B.T. Tsurutani, Solar wind variations and geomagnetic storms - A study of individual storms based on high time resolution ISEE-3 da-ta, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

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99. Zwickl, R.D., J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., and D.J. McComas, General characteristics of the Earth's magnetotail and distant magnetosheath: ISEE-3 electron plasma measurements, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 1983.

1984 100. Baker, D.N., The possible role of the SPAN computer network in the CRRES Program, Lock-heed

Palo Alto Research Lab, Palo Alto, CA, 27 April 1984. 101. Baker, D.N. and E.R. Tech, A real-time data system to deal with spacecraft operational anomalies,

Satellite Working Group Meeting, AFTAC, Patrick AFB, FL, 3 April 1984. 102. Bargatze, L.F., K. Schindler, D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Application of dimensional analysis

to solar wind - magnetosphere energy coupling using IMP-8 and ISEE-3 data, Twenty-Fifth Plenary Meeting of COSPAR, Graz, Austria, 25 June - 7 July 1984.

103. Baumjohann, W., M. Scholer, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, G. Gloeckler, and C.T. Russell, Correlated analysis of substorm phenomena at synchronous orbit, in the near-earth plasma sheet and the distant magnetotail, AGU, Spring Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 14-17 May 1984.

104. Wilken, B., W. Studemann, J.H. King, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, and P.R. Higbie, Solar wind parameters and average signatures in the energetic particle distribution at 6.6 Re during periods of a compressed magnetosphere, Twenty-Fifth Plenary Meeting of COSPAR, Graz, Austria, 25 June - 7 July 1984.

105. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., R.D. Belian, and P.R. Higbie, Multiple-spacecraft analysis of energetic particle injections at 6.6 RE during substorm expansion and recovery phases, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

106. Bame, S.J., D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, High-resolution ISEE-3 plasma and magnetic field magnetotail measurements between 80 and 140 RE during substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

107. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, D.N. Baker, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Dimensional analysis and the gating function controlling solar wind-magnetosphere energy transfer, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

108. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, K. Takahashi, P.R. Higbie, and J.B. Blake, Multiple peaked drift echo observations with multiple spacecraft, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

109. Blake, J.B., J.F. Fennell, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and P.R. Higbie, Observations of the relative timing of drift echoes by satellites at different L-values, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

110. Feldman, W.C., R.L. Tokar, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr., R.C. Elphic, and C.T. Russell, Identification of a slow-mode shock in the near earth magnetotail, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

111. Klebesadel, R.W., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Intensities and lifetimes of very at Geostationary orbit (r ~ 6.6 RE), AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

112. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, S.-I. Akasofu, D.N. Baker, and R.D. Zwickl, An ISEE-3 study of distant magnetotail configuration during average and substorm conditions, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 1984.

113. Takahashi, K., P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Azimuthal propagation and frequency characteristic of compressional Pc 5 waves observed at geostationary orbit, 76th Meeting of the Society of Terrestrial Magnetism and Electricity of Japan, Sendai, Japan, 17 October 1984.

1985 114. Baker, D.N., L.F. Bargatze, and R.L. McPherron, The Need for Proper Input Power Estimation in the

Study of Planetary Responses to the Solar Wind, AGU Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, California, 12-15 February 1985.

115. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Magnetospheric Response for Many Levels of Geomagnetic Activity, AGU Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, California, 12-15 February 1985.

116. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Energy Input Functions, AGU Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, California, 12-15 February 1985.

117. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, Empirical Studies of Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Energy Coupling, Second International School for Space Simulations, Kauai, Hawaii, 4-15 February 1985.

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118. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, and L.F. Bargatze, Linear Filters as a Method of Real Time Prediction of Geomagnetic Activity, AGU Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, California, 12-15 February 1985.

119. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, and S.I. Akasofu, ISEE-3 Distant Magnetotail Observations: Correlations Between Plasma Sheet Conditions and AE, AGU Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, California, 12-15 February 1985.

120. Wilken, B., W. Studemann, J.H. King, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, and P.R. Higbie, Solar Wind Parameters and Average Signatures in the Energetic Particle Distribution at 6.6 RE During Periods of Compressed Magnetosphere, AGU Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, Pasadena, California, 12-15 February 1985.

121. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, and R.D. Zwickl, ISEE-3 Plasma Sheet Observations at 1 x 1 > 100 RE: Evidence for a Curved Neutral Line, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 27-31 May 1985.

122. Scholer, M., D. Hovestadt, B. Klecker, F.M. Ipavich, T. Teresawa, B.T. Tsurutani, and R.D. Zwickl, Simultaneous Observation of Substorm Onset in the Near-Earth and Deep Magnetotail, AGU Chapman Conference on Ion Acceleration, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, 3-7 June 1985.

123. Baker, D.N., J.T. Gosling, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional Anisotropies of Plasma Electrons in the Distant Magnetotail: ISEE-3, IAGA, Fifth Scientific Assembly, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 5-17 August 1985.

124. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin and E.J. Smith, Strong Electron Bidirectional Anisotropies in the Distant Tail: ISEE-3 Observations of Polar Rain, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

125. Zwickl, R.D., L.F. Bargatze, D.N. Baker, C.R. Clauer and R.L. McPherron, An Evaluation of the Total Magnetospheric Energy Output Parameter, UT, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

126. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, M. Scholer, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith and J.F. Fennell, Propagation of Fast Wave Disturbances Along the Distant Magnetotail, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

127. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin and E.J. Smith, Average Plasma and Magnetic Field Variations in the Distant Magnetotail Associated with Near-Earth Substorm Effects, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

128. Slavin, J.A., D.E. Jones, E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Zwickl, ISEE-3 Observations of Traveling Compression Regions: Implications for Plasmoid Properties, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

129. Richardson, I.G., M. Scholer, B.T. Tsurutani, P.W. Daly, R.C. Elphic and D.N. Baker, Observation of the Formation of a Plasmoid in the Geomagnetic Tail by ISEE-1 and ISEE-3, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

130. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker and R.L. McPherron, Superposed Epoch Analysis of Magnetospheric Substorms Using Solar Wind, Auroral Zone and Geostationary Orbit Data Sets, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

131. Hones, E.W., Jr., R.D. Zwickl, J. Birn, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, B.T. Tsurutani and D.E. Jones, Responses of the Distant Magnetotail to Changing Solar Wind Speed and Direction, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

132. Ipavich, F.M., G. Gloeckler, D.C. Hamilton, D.N. Baker, B. Wilken, W. Studemann, G. Kremser and D. Hovestadt, Particle Signatures During Substorm Onset in the Near-Earth Plasma Sheet, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

133. Scholer, M., B. Klecker, D. Hovestadt, G. Gloeckler, F.M. Ipavich, A.B. Galvin, D.N. Baker and B.T. Tsurutani, Energetic Ion and Electron Beams at the Plasma Sheet Boundary in the Distant Tail: ISEE-3 Observations, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

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134. Murphy, N., J.A. Slavin and D.N. Baker, Enhancements of Energetic Ions Associated with Traveling Compression Regions in the Geomagnetic Tail, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

135. Heikkila, W.J., J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker and R.D. Zwickl, Neutral Sheet Crossings by ISEE-3 in the Distant Magnetotail, presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

136. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, J.A. Slavin and B.T. Tsurutani, Average Plasma Properties of the Boundary Layer in the Distant Tail Lobes presented at the AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, 28-31 October 1985.

137. Lynch, K., M.S. Gussenhoven, R. Filz, P. Fougere, and D.N. Baker, Power Spectral Density Analysis of Relativistic Outer Zone Electrons at L = 3-4, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

138. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.W. Klebesadel, J.B. Blake, and M.S. Gussenhoven, Relativistic Electrons in the Earth's Outer Magnetosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

139. Gussenhoven, M.S., J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, and D.N. Baker, Highly Asymmetric Response of the High Latitude Magnetosphere for Bz Northward, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

140. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and M.S. Gussenhoven, Observations of Polar Rain at Low- and High-Altitudes, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

141. Halbig, M.F., D.N. Baker, M. Scholer, J.A. Slavin, J.B. Blake, and J.F. Fennell, Propagation of a Fast Wave Disturbance Along the Distant Magnetotail, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

142. Bame, S.J., R.C. Anderson, J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, S.A. Fuselier, J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, M.F. Thomsen, D.T. Young, and R.D. Zwickl, Comet Giacobini-Zinner: A Plasma Description, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

143. Asbridge, J.R., J.T. Gosling, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, M.F. Thomsen, D.T. Young, and R.D. Zwickl, Large Amplitude Fluctuations in Electron Density Near Comet Giacobini-Zinner, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

144. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, S.A. Fuselier, D.J. McComas, D.T. Young, and J.T. Steinberg, The Structure of the Cold Plasma Tail at Giacobini-Zinner, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1985.

145. Baker, D.N., and J.E. Borovsky, Collaborative research between LANL, the VLA, and UNMA proposal for institutional support at Los Alamos, NRAO/VLA Symposium, Socorro, NM, 11 October 1985.

1986 146. Baker, D.N., Jovian electrons and their influence on other interplanetary magnetospheres,

Astrophysics Journal Club, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 20 March, 1986. 147. Baker, D.N., A model of impulsive acceleration and transport of energetic particles in Mercury's

magnetosphere, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 19-22 May 1986. 148. Bargatze, R.L. McPherron, C.R. Clauer, R.D. Zwickl, and D.N. Baker, On the response of UT to the

solar wind, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 19-22 May 1986. 149. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux and

hemispherically symmetric polar rain, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 19-22 May 1986. 150. Holzer, R.E., J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and D.N. Baker, Flux transport in the distant magnetotail, AGU,

Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 19-22 May 1986. 151. Middleditch, J., D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, S.P. Gary, and D.J. McComas, Plasma fluctuations and

large-scale mixing near Comet Giacobini-Zinner, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 19-22 May 1986.

152. Baker, D.N., J.E. Borovsky, J.O. Burns, G. Gisler, Energetic particle and hot plasma effects at Mercury due to solar wind-magnetospheric interactions, The Mercury Conference, Tucson, AZ, 6-9 August 1986.

153. Baker, D.N., Possible remote observations of Mercury using VLA and IR techniques, The Mercury Conference, Tucson, AZ, 6-9 August 1986.

154. Baker, D.N., J.E. Borovsky, J.O. Burns, G.R. Gisler, and M. Zeilik, Remote observations of solar wind interactions with Mercury using the VLA, NRAO/VLA Symposium, Socorro, NM, 7 October 1986.

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155. McCarthy, M., G.K. Parks, K.C. Clark, J. Craven, L.A. Frank, D.N. Baker, Ionospheric trigger of an auroral substorm, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

156. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, P.R. Higbie, J.B. Blake, and W. Studemann, Multi-satellite observations of the 8-9 February 1986 geomagnetic storm: Magnetospheric ion acceleration and transport near 6.6 RE, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

157. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, W. Studemann, and B. Wilken, Multi-satellite observations of the 8-9 February 1986 geomagnetic storm: Overview of energetic particles during the interval from 6-12 February, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

158. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux events: Coronal mass ejections in interplanetary space, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

159. Klebesadel, R.W., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and J.B. Blake, Relativistic electron variations at geostationary orbit from 1979 to 1986: Dependence on solar wind conditions, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

160. Noveroske, E., P.R. Higbie, D.N. Baker, R.W. Klebesadel, J.B. Blake, and M.S. Gussenhoven, Multi-satellite observations of relativistic electrons in the earth’s magneto¬sphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

161. Robinson, R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Krimigis, and D.G. Sibeck, Energetic electron and ion observations at geosynchronous orbit of the compression event on November 1, 1984, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

162. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, and W. Studemann, Initial observations of pitch angle distributions of geomagnetically trapped energetic heavy ions by the VIKING satellite, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

163. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, C.R. Clauer, R.D. Zwickl, and D.N. Baker, On the relationship between solar wind variations and global energy dissipation during geomagnetic storms and substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

164. Burns, J.O., D.N. Baker, J.E. Borovsky, G.R. Gisler, and M. Zeilik, Possible calorimetric effects at Mercury due to solar wind-magnetosphere interactions, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

165. Holzer, R.E., J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and D.N. Baker, Magnetotail neutral line position, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

166. Anderson, R.C., D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, and M.S. Gussenhoven, Polar rain phase space properties at DMSP and at ISEE-3 deep tail locations, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

167. Krimigis, S.M., D.G. Sibeck, R.W. McEntire, L.J. Zanetti, and D.N. Baker, Multispacecraft observations of magnetospheric and upstream ion enhancements associated with the substorm injection events of November 1, 1984, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8-12 December 1986.

168. Baker, D.N., Acceleration processes in magnetospheric plasmas, ESS Division Institutional Supporting Research Briefings, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 18 December 1986.

169. Baker, D.N., Magnetosphere-atmospheric coupling, ESS Division Institutional Supporting Research Briefings, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 18 December 1986.

1987 170. Le, G., C.T. Russell, J.G. Luhmann, and D.N. Baker, The sudden brightening of Comet IRAS-Araki-

Alcock: An evaluation of possible solar wind causes, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

171. Fairfield, D. H., D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, R.C. Elphic, J.F. Fennell, I.G. Richardson, J.A. Slavin, and B.T. Tsurutani, Substorms, plasmoids, flux ropes, and magnetotail flux loss on March 25, 1983: CDAW 8, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

172. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, W.J. Hughes, R.H. Manka, I.G. Richardson, T.R. Sanderson, D.J. Sibeck, D.G. Mitchell, and H.J. Singer, CDAW-8 A&G plasmoid events: magnetic islands, fluxropes, or large amplitude waves?, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

173. Rosenberg, T.J., D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, and R. Nightingale, CDAW-8 Observations of energetic electron precipitation accompanying a proton drift echo event, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

174. Craven, J.D., L.A. Frank, D.N. Baker, and J.F. Fennell, Auroral images of substorm onsets and the signatures of energetic particle injections at geosynchronous altitudes, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

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175. Heikkila, W.J., J.A. Slavin, and D.N. Baker, Current sheet crossings by ISEE-3 in events of CDAW-8, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

176. Cattell, C.A., D.N. Baker, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, C. Huang, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, W.J. Hughes, R.H. Manka, T.J. Rosenberg, and D.L. Carpenter, CDAW-8 observations of Pi2 pulsations and associated substorm processes on the ground, at 6.6 RE and at 9 RE, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

177. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, L.A. Frank, J.H. King, H. Singer, J.A. Slavin, and R.D. Zwickl, A detailed analysis of the 0738 UT substorm on 28 January 1983: CDAW-8, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

178. Schindler, K., Baker, D.N., J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr., J.A. Slavin, Analysis of an extended period of earthward flow at 220 RE, CDAW-8, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

179. Parks, G., M. McCarthy, K. Clark, J. Craven, L. Frank, D.N. Baker, and G. Rostoker, New observations of an isolated substorm, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

180. McPherron, R.L., L.F. Bargatze, D.N. Baker, A Gedanken experiment on the bimodal response of the magnetosphere to solar wind variations, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

181. Blake, J. B., D.N. Baker, D.J. Gorney, P.R. Higbie, J.H. King, and R.W. Klebesadel, Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons: A role in coupling to the middle atmosphere?, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

182. Sentman, D.D., and D.N. Baker, Correlation of Schumann resonance line widths and magnetospheric relativistic electron intensities, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

183. Zeilik, M., D.N. Baker, J.E. Borovsky, J.O. Burns, and G.R. Gisler, Remote observations of Mercury using radio interferometric and infrared array techniques, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-21 May 1987.

184. Manka, R.A., and D.N. Baker, An Overview of CDAW-8, XIX/IUGG Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

185. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling and M.S. Gussenhoven, Observations of Polar Rain at Low and High Altitudes, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

186. Baker, D.N., M. Zeilik, J.E. Borovsky, J.O. Burns and G.R. Gisler, Remote Observations of Mercury Using Radio Interferometric and Infrared Array Techniques, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

187. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, D.J. Gorney, P.R. Higbie, J.H. King, and R.W. Klebesadel, Highly Relativistic Magnetospheric Electrons: A Role in Coupling to the Middle Atmosphere? IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

188. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, L.A. Frank, J.H. King, H. Singer, J.A. Slavin and R.D. Zwickl, A Detailed Analysis of the 0738 UT Substorm on 28 January 1983: CDAW-8, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

189. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, D.N. Baker, New Auroral Zone Indices for the Global and Local Current System Components of the Westward Electrojet, IUGG Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

190. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron and D.N. Baker, A Simple Physical Model and Simulation of the Bimodal Response of the Magnetosphere to Solar Wind Coupling, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

191. Cattell, C.A., D.N. Baker, H.J. Singer, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, C. Huang, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, W.J. Hughes, R.H. Manka, T.J. Rosenberg, and D.L. Carpenter, The Relationship of PI2 Pulsations on the Ground to Impulsive Electric and Magnetic Fields in the Near-Tail: CDAW-8 Observations, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

192. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame and M.F. Thomsen, Spatial Variation of the Flux of >100 eV Electrons in the Distant Tail Lobes and the Day-Night Asymmetry of Polar Rain, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

193. Rosenberg, T.J., D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, and R. Nightingale, CDAW-8 Observations of Energetic Electron Precipitation Accompanying a Proton Drift Echo Event, AGU Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 18-22 May 1987, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August, 1987.

194. Russell, C.T., J.G. Luhmann and D.N. Baker, deep dielectric charging Solar Wind Sources for a Sudden Brightening of Comet IRAS- Araki-Alcock, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

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195. Schindler, K., D.N. Baker, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr. and J.A. Slavin, Analysis of an Extended Period of Earthward Flow at H200 RE: CDAW-8, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

196. Sentman, D.D., and D.N. Baker, Correlation of magnetospheric relativistic electron intensities with Schumann resonance line widths, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

197. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, J.D. Craven, L.A. Frank, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, W.J. Hughes, R.H. Manka, I.G. Richardson, T.R. Sanderson, D.G. Sibeck, D.G. Mitchell, and H.J. Singer, CDAW-8 Studies of Plasmoid Magnetic Field Topology, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

198. Wu, Q., T.J. Rosenberg, L.J. Lanzerotti, C.G. Maclennan, H.J. Singer, R.P. Lepping, D.L. Carpenter, and D.N. Baker, Damped PC5 Oscillations of the Geomagnetic Field, ELF/VLF Emission Intensity and Electron Precipitation at L = 4, IAGA Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 9-22 August 1987.

199. Holzer, R.E., and D.N. Baker, Magnetotail neutral line position and electron fluxes at geo-stationary satellites, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

200. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, T.A. Fritz, P.R. Higbie, R.D. Zwickl, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, G. Gloeckler, D.C. Hamilton and F.M. Ipavich, Large magnetospheric compression effects during the February 1986 geomagnetic storm, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

201. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, A study of the westward auroral electrojet response to the solar wind using new auroral zone indices, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

202. Baker, D.N., and R.L. McPherron, Extreme energetic particle decreases near geostationary orbit: A manifestation of current diversion within the inner plasma sheet, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

203. Blake, J.B., D.J. Gorney, D.N. Baker, and R.W. Klebesadel, Relativistic outer zone electrons - A survey of intensities and energy spectra, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1987.

1988 204. Baker, D.N., and T.A. Fritz, Small-Scale Plasmoids Formed During AMPTE Magnetotail Releases,

AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 16-20 May 1988. 205. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.W. Klebesadel, D.J. Gorney, and M. Natarajan, Precipitating

Relativistic Electrons During 1979-1987: Their Possible Impact on the Chemical State of the Stratosphere, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 16-20 May 1988.

206. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, R. Klebesadel, D.D. Sentman, D.J. Gorney, and P.R. Higbie, Relativistic magnetospheric electrons: Lower ionospheric conductivity and long-term atmospheric variability, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

207. Baker, D.N., Energy Coupling in the Magnetospheres of Earth and Mercury, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

208. Baker, D.N., and R.L. McPherron, Extreme Energetic Particle Decreases near Geostationary Orbit: A Manifestation of Current Diversion and Energy Conversion within the Inner Plasma Sheet, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

209. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, J.H. Singer, J.A. Slavin, I.G. Richardson and R.D. Zwickl, CDAW-8: A Global Magnetospheric Perspective on Substorms, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

210. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling and M.S. Gussenhoven, Plasma Electrons as Tracers of Distant Magnetotail Structure: ISEE-3, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

211. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, J.F. Fennell, D.R. Croley, G. Gloeckler and D.C. Hamilton, The February 1986 Geomagnetic Storm: Evidence for Particle Leakage from the Magnetosphere, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

212. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, A.T.Y. Lui, D.G. Sibeck, R.D. Belian, R.W. McEntire, T.A. Potemra and S.M. Krimigis, The Radial and Longitudinal Propagation Characteristics of Substorm Injections, XXVII COSPAR Mtg., Helsinki, Finland, 18-29 July 1988.

213. Baker, D.N., Magnetospheric modeling, InterAgency Consultative Group, WG-2, Cocoa Beach, FL, 15 November 1988.

214. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, R.D. Belian, T.E. Cayton, T.A. Fritz, On the sources of relativistic electrons in the Earth's outer magnetosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

215. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, D.N. Baker, A detailed study of current diversion in the inner plasma sheet during the CDAW-6 analysis interval, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

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216. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, T.A. Fritz, D.R. Croley, T.E. Cayton, J.B. Blake, Upstream leakage of energetic magnetospheric particles during the February 1986 solar storm, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

217. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, R.W. Klebesadel, Long term behavior of relativistic electrons observed in geostationary orbit, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

218. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, M. Natarajan, J.D. Lambeth, R.W. Klebasadel, D.J. Gorney, Middle atmospheric production of odd nitrogen by precipitating relativistic electrons, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

219. Cayton, T.E., R.D. Belian, D.N. Baker, T.A. Fritz, S.P. Gary, Density and temperature of energetic electron components observed at geosynchronous orbit, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

220. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, P.A. Bernhardt, A small-scale plasmoid formed during the May 13, 1985 AMPTE magnetotail barium release, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

221. Lambeth, J.D., L.B. Callis, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Evidence of ozone decreases due to relativistic electron precipitation, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

222. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, R.W. McEntire, L.J. Zanetti, Propagation of substorm onset, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

223. Natarajan, M., L.B. Callis, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, Effects of Precipitating relativistic electrons on the diurnal behavior of the high latitude upper stratosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

224. Manka, R.H. and D.N. Baker, A preview of the PROMIS-CDAW events, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

225. Sofaly, K.J., C.L. Baca, T.E. Cayton, R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, D.N. Baker, Yaw-angle distributions for 0.03-2 MeV electrons from 3 geosynchronous orbit spacecraft, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1988.

1989 226. Allen, J.H., D.N. Baker, H.K. Hills, E.W. Hones, A.T.Y. Lui, R.H. Manka, J.S. Murphree, and G.

Rostoker, A preview of the PROMIS-CDAW data, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 8-12 May 1989.

227. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, R.W. McEntire, and T.A. Potemra, Multiple satellite substorm observations in the near-geosynchronous magnetotail, AGU, Spring Meeting, Balti-more, MD, 8-12 May 1989.

228. Klebesadel, R.W., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, and T.E. Cayton, Linear prediction filter analysis of relativistic electron properties at 6.6 RE, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 8-12 May 1989.

229. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, R.W. Klebesadel, J.B. Blake, and L.B. Callis, Solar wind stream control of magnetospheric energetic particles: STEP, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 8-12 May 1989.

230. Baker, D.N., Very energetic particle radiation effects in the Earth's outer magnetosphere, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

231. McPherron, R.L., and D.N. Baker, Prediction of relativistic electrons at synchronous orbit, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

232. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, T.E. Cayton, J.B. Blake, and D.R. Croley, Global magnetospheric compression associated with the great geomagnetic storm of February 1986, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

233. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, M. Schulz, L.B. Callis, R.D. Belian, and T.E. Cayton, Relativistic electrons near geostationary orbit: Evidence for internal magnetospheric acceleration, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

234. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and R.L. McPherron, Evolution from moderate to strong geomagnetic activity: An interpretation in terms of chaos theory, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

235. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, T.E. Cayton, and R.W. Klebesadel, Observation of electrons in the geostationary region of the Earth's magnetosphere with energies greater than 20 MeV, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

236. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, On an improved scheme for generating auroral electrojet indices, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

237. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, and P.A. Bernhardt, A plasmoid interpretation of the AMPTE barium release of 13 May 1985, 6th Scientific Assembly of IAGA, Exeter, UK, 24 July - 4 August 1989.

238. Baker, D.N., Substorm and geomagnetic storm prediction, Solar Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Leura, Australia, 18 October 1989.

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239. Baker, D.N., Preflare acceleration of solar relativistic electrons, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 4 December 1989.

240. Belian, R.D., T.E. Cayton, D.N. Baker, R.E. Lopez, and J.F. Fennell, Near-Earth current sheet development and disruption: CDAW-9 observations, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1989.

241. Fairfield, D.H., D.N. Baker, and L.J. Zanetti, Multipoint measurements of substorm onsets in the inner magnetotail, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1989.

242. Klimas, A.J., and D.N. Baker, A dynamical analogue model of geomagnetic activity, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6 December 1989.

1990 243. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, and T.E. Cayton, Long-term electron flux variations in the outer

magnetosphere, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 1 June 1990. 244. Roberts, D.A., D.N. Baker, A.J. Klimas, and L.F. Bargatze, Strange attractors in space physics?, AGU,

Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 30 May 1990. 245. McPherron, R.L., and D.N. Baker, Predicting the flux of relativistic electrons at synchronous orbit

from solar wind and substorm activity indices, Eos (Abstracts), 71, 938, 1990. 246. Nakamura, R.T. Yamamoto, S. Kokubun, T. Oguti, and D.N. Baker, Pulsating auroral activity and

energetic electron injections, Eos (Abstracts), 71, 913, 1990. 247. Slavin, J.A., and D.N. Baker, ISEE-3 observations of substorm-associated traveling compression

regions, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms, Hakone, Japan, 3 September 1990.

248. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, and J. Buchner, A non-linear dynamical analogue model of geomagnetic activity, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms, Hakone, Japan, 4 September 1990.

249. Nakamura, R., T. Yamamoto, S. Kokubun, T. Oguti, D.N. Baker, and R.D. Belian, Relationships between energetic particle injection and development of north-south aligned auroras, AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Substorms, Hakone, Japan, 4 September 1990.

250. Baker, D.N., R.A. Goldberg, F.A. Herrero, L.C. Hale, J.D. Mitchell, and C.L. Croskey, Rocket measurements of relativistic electron precipitation into the middle atmosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

251. Goldberg, R.A., F. Herrero, and D.N. Baker, Characteristics of relativistic electrons during a midday auroral precipitation event, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

252. Baca, C.S., G.D. Reeves, D.N. Baker and T.A. Fritz, Electron drift holes preceding sub¬storm injections, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7, December 1990.

253. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, H. Koskinen, T. Pulkkinen, T. Bosinger and H. Ranta, Pseudobreakup and substorms onset: A case study, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

254. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, R.H. Manka, R.L. McPherron, H. Opgenoorth, and G. Rostoker, Comparison of the PROMIS-CDAW events, AGU, Fall Meeting San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

255. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, and M.F. Smith, ISEE-3 observations of substorm-associated traveling compression regions, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

256. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, and J. Buchner, A non-linear dynamical analogue model of geomagnetic activity, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

257. Roberts, D.A., D.N. Baker, A.J. Klimas, and L.F. Bargatze, Investigating the dimensionality of substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

258. Sofaly, K.J., T.E. Cayton, R.D. Belian, C.L. Baca, G.D. Reeves, T.A. Fritz, and D.N. Baker, Solar cycle modulation of >30 keV electron fluxes at geosynchronous orbit, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 3-7 December 1990.

1991 259. Anderson, P.C., D.N. Baker, R.A. Heelis, W.B. Hanson, J.D. Craven, and L.A. Frank, The relationship

of rapid subauroral ion drifts to substorm evolution, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 28-31 May 1991.

260. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D.A. Roberts, Examination of time-variable input effects in a nonlinear analogue magnetosphere model, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 28-31 May 1991.

261. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, Linear prediction filters for linear and nonlinear modeled geomagnetic activity, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 28-31 May 1991.

262. Mazur, E.L., J.A. Slavin, M.F. Smith, and D.N. Baker, A statistical study of traveling compression regions in the Earth's magnetotail, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 28-31 May 1991.

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263. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.H. Fairfield, R.J. Pellinen, J.S. Murphree, R.D. Elphinstone, R.L. McPherron, J.F. Fennell, R.E. Lopez, and T. Nagai, Modeling the sub¬storm growth phase using the Tsyganenko model and multi-spacecraft observations: CDAW-9 Event C, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 28-31 May 1991.

264. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D.A. Roberts, Examination of time-variable input effects in a nonlinear analogue magnetosphere model, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

265. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, and R.L. McPherron, Prediction of geomagnetic storms: Linear methods, nonlinear models, and deterministic chaos, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

266. Koskinen, H.E. J., R.J. Pellinen, T.I. Pulkkinen, R.E. Lopez, and D.N. Baker, Pseudobreakup and substorm onset observed from the ground and in the near-Earth tail, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

267. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.H. Fairfield, R.J. Pellinen, J.S. Murphree, R.D. Elphinstone, R.L. McPherron, J.F. Fennel, R.E. Lopez, and T. Nagai, Modeling the substorm growth phase: CDAW-9 Event C, XI IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

268. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.J. Pellinen, J. Buchner, and H.E. J. Koskinen, Particle scattering and current sheet stability in the geomagnetic tail, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

269. Slavin, J.A., M.F. Smith, E.L. Mazur, and D.N. Baker, Substorms signatures in the distant magnetotail: ISEE 3 geotail data, XX IUGG, Vienna, Austria, 11-24 August 1991.

270. Baker, D.N., R.A. Goldberg, F.A. Herrero, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, and W.L. Imhof, Comparison of satellite and rocket measurements of relativistic electrons, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Fran-cisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

271. Goldberg, R.A., F.A. Herrero, S.P. McCarthy, D.N. Baker, L.C. Hale, and C.L. McCroskey, Energy deposition and middle atmosphere electrodynamic response to a relativistic electron enhancement event, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

272. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, J. Buchner, R.E. Lopez, R.L. Dyson, and L.A. Frank, Chaotization of particle motion during the substorm growth phase: A case study, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

273. Benbrook, J.R., E.A. Bering, III, J.R. Theall, R. Nakamura, D.N. Baker, T. Yamamoto, D.L. Matthews, and T.J. Rosenberg, Global observations of the 0023 UT 8 January 1986 substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

274. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, T. Yamamoto, E.A. Bering, III, J.R. Benbrook, J.R. Theall, D.L. Matthews, and T.J. Rosenberg, Onset signatures of magnetospheric substorms observed using simultaneous ground-based and multi point satellite measurements, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

275. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, Variable input effects in a nonlinear analogue magnetosphere model, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

276. Cayton, T.E., R.D. Belian, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, Long-term electron flux variations in the outer magnetosphere, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

277. Nikutowski, B.J. Buchner, T.I. Pulkkinen, P. Newell, E. Sanchez, D.N. Baker, Chaotic precipitation from the inner edge of the plasma sheet? A case study, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Fran-cisco, CA, 9-13 December 1991.

1992 278. Koskinen, H.E. J., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.J. Pellinen, T. Bosinger, D.N. Baker, and R.E. Lopez,

Characteristics of Pseudobreakups, International Conference on Substorms, Kiruna, Sweden, 23-27 March 1992.

279. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherro, C.Y. Huange, and L.A. Frank, Global and local current sheet thickness estimated during the late growth phase, International Conference on Substorms, Kiruna, Sweden, 23-27 March 1992.

280. Slavin, J., M. Smith, E. Mazur, D.N. Baker, T. Iyemori, H. Singer, and E. Greenstadt, Traveling compression regions and plasmoids: Substorm phenomena in the distant tail, International Conference on Substorms, Kiruna, Sweden, 23-27 March 1992.

281. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and T. Yamamoto, Spatial scale of the onset region determined from multipoint satellite and ground-based observations, International Conference on Substorms, Kiruna, Sweden, 23-27 March 1992.

282. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, An improved Faraday loop model of geomagnetic activity, International Conference on Substorms, Kiruna, Sweden, 23-27 1992.

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283. Goldberg, R.A., D.N. Baker, F. A. Herrero, P. Twigg, Further examination of precipitating relativistic electrons: HIREP, AGU, Spring Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 12-16 May 1992.

284. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, T. Yamamoto, Substorm onset determined from particle injection and expansion aurora, AGU, Spring Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 12-16 May 1992.

285. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherron, C.Y. Huang, and L.A. Frank, Development of a pressure anisotropy during the substorm growth phase, AGU, Spring Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 12-16 May 1992.

286. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, T.I. Pulkkinen, and R.L. McPherron, Linear and non-linear aspects of substorms, AGU, Spring Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 12-16 May 1992.

287. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, A nonlinear dynamical analogue model of geomagnetic activity, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Hong Kong, 17-21 August 1992.

288. Saka, O., N. Sato, D.N. Baker, Pulsation activities in the magnetosphere associated with plasma sheet electron injections and their subsequent eastward drift, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Hong Kong, 17-21 August 1992.

289. Baker, D.N., R.A. Goldberg, F.A. Herrero, J.B. Blake, and L.B. Callis, The role of relativistic magnetospheric electrons in solar-terrestrial coupling, Initial Results from STEP Facilities and Theory Campaigns, 5th COSPAR Symposium Columbia, MD, 24-28 August 1992.

290. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, and D.A. Roberts, Non-linear dynamical models of solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, Initial Results from STEP Facilities and Theory Campaigns, 5th COSPAR Symposium Columbia, MD, 24-28 August 1992.

291. Baker, D.N., and M.J. Teague, Activities of the U.S. STEP Coordination Office, Initial Results from STEP Facilities and Theory Campaigns, 5th COSPAR Symposium Columbia, MD, 24-28 August 1992.

292. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.L. McPherron, and R.J. Pellinen, Re-examination of driven and loading-unloading aspects of magnetospheric substorms, 29th Plenary Mtg., COSPAR, Washington, DC, 28 August - 5 September 1992.

293. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, C.Y. Huang and L.A. Frank, Global and local current sheet thickness estimated during the late growth phase, 29th Plenary Mtg., COSPAR, Washington, DC, 28 August - 5 September 1992.

294. Cooper, J.F., and D.N. Baker, Magnetospheric models for electron acceleration and transport in the heliosphere, 29th Plenary Mtg., COSPAR, Washington, DC, 28 August - 5 September 1992.

295. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, D. Fairfield, D. Mitchell, and R.L. McPherron, Plasma Flow and field characteristics at the midtail region, 29th Plenary Mtg., COSPAR, Washington, DC, 28 August - 5 September 1992.

296. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, T. Yamamoto, E.A. Bering, J.R. Benbrook, J.R. Theall, D.L. Matthews, T.J. Rosenberg, Multi-point observations of substorm onset signatures, 29th Plenary Mtg., COSPAR, Washington, DC, 28 August - 5 September 1992.

297. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, E.W. Hones, and R.I. McPherron, Signatures of the substorm recovery phase at high-altitude spacecraft, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

298. McPherron, R.L., E.W. Hones, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, Occurrence frequency of plasma sheet drop out and expansion at times of substorm onset and recovery, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

299. Stringer, G.A., R.L. McPherron, G.T. Blanchard, D.N. Baker, The synchronous orbit relativistic electron source function, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

300. J. Sanny, R.L. McPherron, A. Nishida, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, Growth-phase thinning of the near-earth current sheet, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

301. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, D.H. Fairfield, D.G. Mitchell, R.L. McPherron, Characteristics of plasma flow and magnetic field near the midtail neutral sheet, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

302. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, N. Murphy, J.A. Slavin, C.J. Owen, Thin current sheets in the deep geomagnetic tail, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

303. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, D.V. Vassiliadis, The evolution from weak to strong geomagnetic activity: A nonlinear dynamical model interpretation, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

304. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, The relation of auroral geomagnetic fluctuations to the solar wind variability expressed in terms of a nonlinear filter, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

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305. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, J. Cummings, R.E. Mewaldt, L.B. Callis, New relativistic electron measurements at low altitudes: SAMPEX results, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

306. Mewaldt, R.A., A.C. Cummings, T.L. Garrard, R.S. Selesnick, E.C. Stone, D.N. Baker, T.T. von Rosenvinge, J.B. Blake, Search for remnants of the ultrarelativistic electrons injected into the magnetosphere by the SCC of 24 March 1991, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

307. Ungstrup, E., D.N. Baker, R.J. Ritzenreiter, W.K. Peterson, R.R. Anderson, P.A. Lindqvist, Multisatellite observations of unusual compressions of the magnetosphere and accompanying oxygen injections, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 7-11 December 1992.

1993 308. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, J.R. Cummings, R.A. Mewaldt, E. C. Stone, G.M.

Mason, D.C. Hamilton, Trapped and precipitating magnetospheric particle measurements at mid- and high-latitudes: SAMPEX, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May, 1993.

309. Callis, L.B., R.E. Boughner, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, M. Natarajan, Relativistic electrons as observed by SAMPEX: relevance to magnetosphere-middle atmosphere coupling, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

310. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, and D.V. Vassiliadis, The linear prediction filter technique as a method for isolating the driven and unloading contributions to geomagnetic activity, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1992.

311. McGuire, R.E., R.H. Manka, D.N. Baker, The CDAW Program, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

312. McPherron, R.L., Angelopoulos, V., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, The substorm generated transition zone within the near-earth plasma sheet, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

313. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, R.J. Nemzek, R.D. Belian, D.J. McComas, T. Yamamoto, Dynamics of pulsating auroral patches during energetic electron injection, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

314. Nealy, J.E., L.B. Callis, R.E. Boughner, M. Natarajan, D.N. Baker, J.R. Cummings, R.A. Mewaldt, A comparison of proton and electron effects on the middle atmosphere for strong proton events in late 1989 and 1992, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

315. Nemzek, R.J., R. Nakamura, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, D.J. McComas, M.F. Thomsen, T. Yamamoto, The relationship between pulsating auroras observed from the ground and energetic electrons and plasma density measured at geosynchronous orbit, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

316. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, C.J. Owen, J.T. Gosling, N. Murphy, ISEE-3 observations of very thin current sheets in the distant geomagnetic tail, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

317. Stringer, G.A., R.L. McPherron, G.T. Blanchard, D.N. Baker, Modeling the relativistic electron flux at geosynchronous orbit, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

318. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, D.N. Baker, Nonlinear filters and the description of solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 24-28 May 1993.

319. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.L. McPherron, L.A. Frank, and J.S. Murphree, Magnetic conjugacy studies using realistic, time-dependent field models: CDAW-9, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

320. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J. Blake, J. Cummings, R. Mewaldt, E. Stone, L. Callis, New energetic particle measurements at low altitudes: SAMPEX results, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

321. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, and R.L. McPherron, Time-dependent magnetic mapping and current system evolution during substorms: CDAW-9, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

322. Klimas, A.J., D.N. Baker, D.A. Roberts, and D. Vassiliadis, The linear prediction filter technique as a method for isolating the driven and unloading contributions to geomagnetic activity, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

323. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.J. Walker, and M. Ashour-Abdalla, Comparison of plasma simulations and empirical magnetic field modeling, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

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324. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, P.K. Toivanen, R.J. Pellinen, R.H.W. Friedel, and A. Korth, Magnetic field modeling during the recovery phase, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

325. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, D.H. Fairfield, E.W. Hones, and R.L. McPherron, Characteristics of plasma flow in the region X = -15 ~ -38 RE, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

326. Saka, O., O. Watanabe and D.N. Baker, An excitation of very low-latitude pulsations (L<1.2) by local injection of plasma sheet particles at near-earth tail, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

327. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, and D.N. Baker, The use of nonlinear filters in predicting auroral geomagnetic activity, 7th Scientific Assembly, IAGA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8-20 August 1993.

328. McPherron, R.L., V Angelopoulos, D.N. Baker, The Time Delay Between Expansion Phase Onsets at Synchronous Orbit and in the Near-Earth Plasma Sheet, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

329. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, J.R. Cummings S. Kanekal, B. Klecker, R.A. Mewaldt, Relativistic Electron Acceleration and Decay Time Scales in the Inner and Outer Radiation Belts: SAMPEX, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

330. Blake, J.B., R.A. Mewaldt, J.R Cummings, R.S. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, R. Nakamura, B. Klecker, High Temporal and Spatial Resolution Measurements of the Precipitation of Relativistic Electrons, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

331. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, J.R. Cummings R.A. Mewaldt, Relativistic Electron Precipitation Bursts Observed by SAMPEX, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

332. Imhof, W.L., D.L. Chenette, E.E. Gaines, J.P. McGlennon, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, R.D. Belian, Relativistic Electron Flux comparisons at Low and High Altitudes With Fast Time Resolution and Broad Spatial Coverage, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

333. Baker, D.N., M.D. Looper, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, R.S. Selesnick, J.B. Blake, Continuing Observations of the Ultra-relativistic Electrons Injected Into the Magnetosphere by the SSC of 24 March 1991, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

334. Callis, L.B., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, R.S. Selesnick, S. Kanekal, R.E. Boughner, A Near-Space and Middle Atmospheric Coupling Mechanism: An Evaluation Using SAMPEX Data, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

335. Goldberg, R.A., D.N. Baker, F.A. Herrero, L. Goembel, Joule Heating in the Mesosphere Due to Highly Relativistic Electron Precipitation (HRE) Events, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

336. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, G.M. Mason, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, Study of the Polar Cap Boundary Using SAMPEX Sensors, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

337. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.J. Walker, J. Raeder, M. Ashour-Abdalla, Comparison of Global MHD-Simulations With an Empirical Magnetic Field Model During Substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

338. Hesse, M., J.A. Slavin, J. Birn, D.N. Baker, MHD Simulations of Reconnection Involving Plasma Sheet or Lobe Field Lines, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

339. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, D.N. Baker, Nonlinear Filter Prediction of Auroral Geomagnetic Indices, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

340. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, D.A. Roberts, D.V. Vassiliadis, Substorm Recurrence Rates Compared during Intervals of Steady and Variable Solar and Wind Driving, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 6-11 December 1993.

1994 341. Blake, J.B., M. Looper, D.N. Baker, B. Klecker, D. Hovestadt, Observations of Relativistic Electron

Precipitation Bursts by SAMPEX, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 23 May 1994. 342. Looper, M.D., R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, R.S. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, SAMPEX

Observations of Deuterium in the Inner Magnetosphere, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 23 May 1994.

343. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, G.M. Mason, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, Study of the Polar Cap Extent Using SAMPEX Sensors, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 25 May 1994.

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344. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, J.R. Cummings, R.A. Mewaldt, D. Hovestadt, B. Klecker, Relativistic Electron Acceleration in the Outer Radiation Belts: SAMPEX, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 26 May 1994.

345. Watanabe, O., O. Saka, T. Uozumi, T. Kitamura, T. Ono, and D.N. Baker, Occurrence of low-latitude Pi2 pulsations during auroral break-ups, Eighth International Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Physics, Sendai, Japan, 5-10 June 1994.

346. Saka, O., O. Watanabe, and D.N. Baker, A comparison of occurrence of very low-latitude magnetic pulsations (L<1.2) with magnetic field and energetic particle flux variations (30-300keV) at geosynchronous altitude, Eighth International Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Physics, Sendai, Japan, 5-10 June 1994.

347. Watanabe, O., O. Saka, and D.N. Baker, A comparative study of auroral modulation and ground Pi2 oscillations, 18th Symposium on Coordinated Observations of the Ionosphere and the Magnetosphere in the Polar Regions, NIPR, Tokyo, Japan, 1-2 November 1994.

348. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and S. Kanekal, Relativistic electron precipitation near the outer edge of the radiation belt, Eighth International Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Physics, Sendai, Japan, 5-10 June 1994.

349. Goldberg, R.A., D.N. Baker, and F.A. Herrero, Influence of intense highly relativistic electron precipitation events on mesospheric heating, Eighth International Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Physics, Sendai, Japan, 5-10 June 1994.

350. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, S. Kanekal, B. Klecker, and R.A. Mewaldt, A Synoptic View of the Earth's Electron Radiation Belts: SAMPEX, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1994.

351. Blake, J.B., M.D. Looper, D.N. Baker, R. Nakamura, and B. Klecker, Very High Temporal and Spatial Resolution Measurements of the Precipitation of Relativistic Electrons, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1994.

352. Kamide, Y., R. Nakamura, J.C. Foster, D.N. Baker, A.J. Lazarus, and S. Kokubun, Energetic Particle Acceleration During the November 4, 1993 Geomagnetic Storm, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1994.

353. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, G.M. Mason, R.A. Mewaldt, and J.R. Cummings, Study of the Polar Cap Extent Using SAMPEX Sensors, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1994.

354. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, P.K. Toivanen, J.S. Murphree, and L.A. Frank, Mapping of Auroras During the CDAW-9 Event C Substorm, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1994.

355. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, and D.A. Roberts, Nonlinear Predictors of the vB South- AL System, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 1994.

1995 356. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, B. Klecker, and R.A. Mewaldt, High-Energy Electron

Measurements and Atmospheric Coupling: SAMPEX Results, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 31 May 1995.

357. Vassiliadis, D., D.N. Baker, T. Detman, A.J. Klimas, G.D. Reeves, and D.A. Roberts, Estimates of the Multivariate Magnetospheric Response from Upstream-Measured Solar Wind In-put, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 31 May, 1995.

358. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.E. Boughner, L.B. Callis, A.C. Cummings, J.R. Cummings, T.L. Garrard, D.C. Hamilton, D. Hovestadt, B. Klecker, M.D. Looper, G.M. Ma-son, J.E. Mazur, R.A. Mewaldt, M. Scholer, E.C. Stone, and T.T. von Rosenvinge, The SAMPEX World Wide Web Data and Information System, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 1 June, 1995.

359. Friesen, L.M., J.B. Blake, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, K. Yumoto, and K. Shiokawa, Substorm Observations by an Extensive Network of Satellite and Ground-Based Sensors, AGU, Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2 June, 1995.

360. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, J.A. Slavin, C.J. Owen, The Magnetic Field in the Distant Geotail, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 3 July 1995.

361. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, A. Nishida, M. Hesse, and R.L. McPherron, A Possible Interpretation of Cold Ion Beams in the Earth's Tail Lobes, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 4 July, 1995.

362. Korotova, G.I., D.N. Baker, T.J. Rosenberg, and D.G. Sibeck, Multiple Spacecraft and Ground-Based Study of Transient Events, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 5 July, 1995.

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363. Baker, D.N., H. Singer, J. Birn, T. Detman, J. Freeman, M. Hesse, J. Kappenman, A.J. Klimas N.C. Maynard, R.L. McPherron, K.W. Ogilvie, V.O. Papitashvili, G.L. Siscoe, D. Vassiliadis, L.J. Zanetti, The Electrojet Specification Pilot Project, International Union of Geodesy and Ge-physics, Boulder, CO, 6 July, 1995.

364. Vassiliadis, D., D.N. Baker, T. Detman, A.J. Klimas, N.C. Maynard, K.W. Ogilvie, V.O. Papitashvili, and H.J. Singer, Prediction of Geomagnetic Activity in the Electrojet Specification Pilot Project, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 6 July, 1995.

365. Baker, D.N., S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker and G. Rostoker, An Examination of Relativistic Magnetospheric Electron Increases and Spacecraft Bulk Dielectric Charging Using the SAMPEX Spacecraft, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 6 July, 1995.

366. Kauristie, K., T.I. Pulkkinen, R.J. Pellinen, D.N. Baker, H.J. Opgenoorth, W.J. Heikkila, Analysis of the Substorm Trigger Phase Using Ground-Based and Satellite Observations. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 6 July, 1995.

367. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, R.J. Pellinen, J.S. Murphree, L.A. Frank, Mapping of the Auroral Oval and Individual Arcs During Substorms, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 7 July, 1995.

368. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, M.B. Blake, R.E. Boughner, L.B. Callis, A.C. Cummings, J.R. Cummings, T.L. Garrard, D.C. Hamilton, D. Hovestadt, B. Mewaldt, M. Scholer, E.C. Stone, and T.T. Rosenvinge, The SAMPEX World Wide Web Data and Information System, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 7 July, 1995.

369. Li, X., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Temerin, Outer Zone Electron Flux Variations Observed by SAMPEX, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 7 July, 1995.

370. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, Y. Kamide, S. Kokubun, and G.D. Reeves, The Role of Substorm-Associated Energetic Particle Injection During the Initial Growing Phase of the November 3-4, 1993 Storm, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 7 July, 1995.

371. Callis, L.B., R.E. Boughner, D.N. Baker, R.A. Mewaldt, J.B. Blake, and M. Natarajan, Global Energy Deposition by Relativistic Electrons Observed by SAMPEX: Relationship to the Solar Cycle, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 10 July, 1995.

372. Kanekal, S., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, G.M. Mason, R.A. Mewaldt, and J.R. Cummings, Study of the Polar Cap Extent Using SAMPEX Sensors, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 12 July, 1995.

373. Stringer, G.A., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, Artificial Neural Network Forecasting of Energetic Electrons as Geosynchronous Orbit, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 12 July, 1995.

374. Baker, D.N., M. Hesse, T.I. Pulkkinen, and R.L. McPherron, A Quantitative Assessment of Energy Storage and Release in the Earth's Magnetotail, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 14 July, 1995.

375. Rostoker, G., D.N. Baker, and S.H. Skone, Correlated Measurements of Relativistic Electrons at SAMPEX with ULF Measurements from the CANOPUS Magnetometer Chain, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Boulder, CO, 14 July, 1995.

376. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, A. Nishida, T. Mukai, M. Hesse, and R.L. McPherron, Cold Ion Beams in the Earth’s Magnetotail Lobes, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

377. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, H.E. Spence, P.C. Anderson, K. Yumoto, K. Shiokawa, S. Kokubun, R. Nakamura, and T. Yamamoto, Observations of an Isolated Substorm by an Extensive Network of Satellite and Ground-based Sensors, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

378. Natarajan, M., L.B. Callis, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, R.S. Selesnick, and J.R. Cummings, Model Study of the Middle Atmospheric Perturbation due to Precipitating Relativistic Electrons, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

379. Slavin, J.A., S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, B. Klecker, R.A. Mewaldt, and J.R. Cummings, Solar Modulation of Relativistic Electrons in the Earth’s Radiation Belts, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

380. Li, X., D.N. Baker, T. Cayton, G. Reeves, M. Temerin, and J.B. Blake, Multi-satellite Observations of the Outer Zone Electron Variation during the Nov. 3-4, 1993 Storm, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

381. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, X. Li, R. A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, and B. Klecker, Jovian Electrons in the Earth’s radiation belts: Long-term Observations and during comet Shoemaker-Levy impact, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

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382. Turner, N., D.N. Baker, S. Kanekal, and J.B. Blake, Observations of Energetic Ions Associated with the 21 February 1994 Interplanetary Shock Event: Clementine, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11-15 December 1995.

1996 383. Mazur, J.E., G.M. Mason, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Low Altitude Equatorial Particles: Indirect

Measurement of Ring Current Ions on SAMPEX, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 20-24 May, 1996.

384. Mauk, B.H., A.T.Y. Lui, S.P. Christon, and D.N. Baker, Orbiting Mercury, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 20-24 May, 1996.

385. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, N. Tsyganenko, and J.A. Valdivia, Recent developments in nonlinear techniques and their relevance to GEM campaign studies, GEM Summer Workshop, Snowmass, CO, 25 June, 1996.

386. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, and D.N. Baker, Translating empirical nonlinear filters into physical models for geomagnetic index activity, GEM Summer Workshop, Snowmass, CO, 25 June, 1996.

387. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, S. Kanekal, Rapid electron radial diffusion: SAMPEX results, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

388. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, D. Hovestadt, B. Klecker, and S. Kanekal, Strong electron acceleration in the Earth’s magnetosphere, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

389. Baker, D.N., and T.I. Pulkkinen, Energy requirement of magnetic reconnection during magnetospheric substorms, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

390. McPherron, R.L., R.A. Nakamura, S. Kokubun, Y. Kamide, K. Shiokawa, K. Yumoto, T. Mukai, Y. Saito, K. Kayashi, T. Nagai, D.N. Baker, E. Friss-Christensen, T. Hughes, G. Reeves, and H. Singer, Fields and flows at GEOTAIL during moderate substorms, 31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996.

391. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, and P. Toivanen, Modeling of cold ion beams in the Earth’s magnetotail lobes, Chapman Conference on The Earth’s Magnetotail: New Perspectives, Kanazawa, Japan, 5 November, 1996.

392. Baker, D.N., A. Nishida, T. Mukai, T. Yamamoto, Y. Saito, Y. Matsuno, S. Kokubun, and T.I. Pulkkinen, GEOTAIL results, Chapman Conference on The Earth’s Magnetotail: New Perspectives, Kanazawa, Japan, 5 November, 1996.

393. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, On-line system for prediction of geomagnetic activity indices, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 1996.

394. Blake, J.B., D.N. Baker, N. Turner, K. Ogilvie, and R. Lepping, Correlation of changes in the outer-zone relativistic-electron population with upstream solar wind and magnetic field measurements from WIND, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 1996.

395. Leske, R.A., R.A. Mewaldt, D.N. Baker, M.D. Looper, G.M. Mason, J.E. Mazur, and T.T. von Rosenvinge, Monitoring changes in the geomagnetic cutoff during large solar energetic particle events, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 1996.

396. Baker, D.N., X. Li, T.I. Pulkkinen, S.G. Kanekal, M.D. Looper, J.B. Blake, and R.A. Mewaldt, Detection of Jovian electrons at high terrestrial latitudes: SAMPEX, HEO, and POLAR results, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 1996.

397. 394 Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, and R.A. Mewaldt, Outer zone electron variability: Space weather and human exploration implications, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 16 December 1996.

398. Keller, J.M., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, A. Nishida, T. Mukai, Y. Saito, Y. Matsuno, and S. Kokubun, Observations of bidirectional electrons in the distant tail lobes: GEOTAIL results, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 16 December 1996.

399. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, S.G. Kanekal, and T. Onsager, Particle precipitation boundaries and UV oval images compared: Geomagnetically quiet times, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 17 December 1996.

400. McPherron, R.L., B.J. Fraser, J. Slavin, R. Nakamura, S. Kokubun, K. Takahashi, K. Yumoto, T. Mukai, T. Nagai, D.N. Baker, C.R. Clauer, V. Papitashvilli, T. Hughes, G. Reeves, and H. Singer, The November 28-29, 1995 perigee pass of WIND through substorms in near-earth plasma sheet, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 18 December 1996.

401. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, E.G.D. Reeves, J.B. Blake, M. Looper, and S.G. Kanekal, Effects of solar wind conditions on the relativistic electrons in the magnetosphere, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 18 December 1996.

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402. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Low-dimensional date-derived analogues of the magnetospheric dynamics, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 19 December 1996.

403. Kauristie, K., T.I. Pulkkinen, D.N. Baker, N. Turner, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sitwarth, H. Singer, T.A. Fritz, J.B. Blake, G.D. Reeves, S. Kokubun, R. Nakamura, and C.T. Russell, Multispacecraft study of solar wind-magnetosphere coupling during an isolated substorm event, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 19 December 1996.

404. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, H.J. Singer, T. Onsager, F. Mozer, H. Spence, R. Lepping, K. Ogilvie, and J.B. Blake, Multispacecraft study of electric field penetration into the Earth’s magnetosphere, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 19 December 1996.

1997 405. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, R.P. Lin, E.G.D. Reeves, J.B. Blake, M. Looper, R. Selesnick,

and R.A. Mewaldt, Simultaneous observations by multi-spacecraft of solar wind and outer radiation belt electrons, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 78, S277, 1997.

406. Baker, D.N., X. Li, T. Pulkkinen, S.G. Kanekal, R. Selesnick, M.G. Henderson, G.D. Reeves, and H.E. Spence, Coronal mass ejections, magnetic clouds, and relativistic magnetospheric electron events, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 78, S283, 1997.

407. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, Magnetospheric response to the Jan ‘97 magnetic cloud observed by SAMPEX and POLAR, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 78, S288, 1997.

408. Moorer, D.F., D.N. Baker, and S. Fung, Outer electron belt modeling by assimilation of real-time satellite flux data, Trans. Am. Geophys. U., 78, S306, 1997.

409. Wilken, B., Q.G. Zong, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, J. Büchner, T. Doke, G.D. Reeves, T. Yamamoto, and S. Ullaland, Recurrent and transient geomagnetic activity HEP-LD/Geotail observations at X=90 RE and X=200 RE, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997

410. Baker, D.N., X. Li, T.I. Pulkkinen, S.G. Kanekal, R. Selesnick, M.G. Henderson, and G.D. Reeves, Coronal mass ejections, magnetic clouds, and relativistic magnetospheric electron events, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

411. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, R.A. Mewaldt, and B. Klecker, High energy magnetospheric electron response to solar disturbances: space weather aspects, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

412. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, and D.N. Baker, Models of geometric activity and its coupling to solar wind parameters, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

413. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, R.A. Mewaldt, and J.R. Cummings, Jovian electrons at 1 AU and in the Earth’s radiation belts: A multi-spacecraft study, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23 27 June 1997.

414. Baker, D.N., X. Li, T.I. Pulkkinen, S.G. Kanekal, M.D. Looper, J.B. Blake, and R.A. Mewaldt, Detection of Jovian electrons at high terrestrial latitudes: SAMPEX and Polar results, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

415. Reeves, G.D., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, J.B. Blake, T.E. Cayton, J.F. Fennell, R.H.W. Friedel, M.G. Henderson, X. Li, M.M. Meier, T.G. Onsager, R.S. Selesnick, and H.E. Spence, Relativistic electron response to the January 1997 magnetic cloud, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes, Paros, Greece, 23-27 June 1997.

416. Baker, D.N., et al., Coronal mass ejections, magnetic clouds, and relativistic magnetospheric electron events, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, August 6, 1997.

417. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, H.J. Singer, N. Maynard, F. Mozer, R.P. Lepping, K. Ogilvie, T.A. Fritz, and T. Mukai, Coordinated ISTP statistical study of electric field coupling between the solar wind and the magnetosphere, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, August 6, 1997.

418. Cattell, C., D.N. Baker, B. Fraser, R. Greenwald, H. Opgenoorth, R. Pfaff, M. Teague, V. Sergeev, and K. Yumoto, The International Aurora Study: A progress report, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, August 6, 1997

419. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, S.G. Kanekal and T. Onsager, Effects of the Sun to the Earth’s particle environment: Particle precipitation boundaries and UV oval images compared, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, August 13, 1997.

420. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, R.P. Lin, E.G.D. Reeves, J.B. Blake, M. Looper, R. Selesnick, and R.A. Mewaldt, Source of relativistic electrons in the magnetosphere: Present knowledge and remaining questions, IAGA 97, Uppsala, Sweden, August 14, 1997.

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421. Baker, D.N., CMEs, magnetic clouds, and magnetospheric electron acceleration, SAMPEX SWT Meeting, Pertisau, Austria, 30 September 1997.

422. Baker, D.N., Long-term changes in the outer zone electron population observed with SAMPEX and POLAR, International Workshop on Space Radiation Environment Modeling, Moscow, Russia, 7-9 October 1997.

423. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, R.P. Lin, E.G. Reeves, B. Blake, and R. Selesnick, Source and transport of relativistic electrons in the magnetosphere, International Workshop on Space Radiation Environment Modeling, Moscow, Russia, 7-9 October 1997.

424. Moorer, D.F., and D.N. Baker, Outer electron belt modeling by assimilation of real-time satellite flux data, International Workshop on Space Radiation Environment Modeling, Moscow, Russia, 7-9 October 1997.

425. Reeves, G.D., R.D. Belian, T.E. Cayton, R.H.W. Friedel, M.G. Henderson, D.N. Baker, and H.E. Spence, Energetic particle contributions to a magnetospheric constellation mission, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8 December 1997.

426. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, J.L. Roeder, G. Kettmann, T.A. Fritz, H.E. Spence, E.G. Shelley, O.W. Lennartsson, and H.L. Colin, POLAR magnetospheric ion spectra during magnetic cloud events: CAMMICE, TIMAS, and CEPPAD comparisons, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8 December 1997.

427. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, R.P. Lin, T. Cayton, E.G.D. Reeves, T. Araki, H. Singer, and S.G. Kanekal, Energetic electron injections into the inner magnetosphere during the January 10-11, 1997 Magnetic cloud event, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 8 December 1997.

428. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, J. Buechner, and A.J. Klimas, Substorms: A global magnetospheric instability, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9 December 1997.

429. Nakamura, R., K. Kamei, Y. Kamide, M. Isawa, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Looper, Storm-associated electron flux changes observed by SAMPEX, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9 December 1997.

430. Liu, W.W., G. Rostoker, D.N. Baker, H.J. Singer, and T. Onsager, Internal acceleration of relativistic electron by large-amplitude ULF waves, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9 December 1997.

431. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, Testing models of geomagnetic activity indices and their coupling to solar wind key parameters, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9 December 1997.

432. Turner, N.E., T.I Pulkkinen, D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, R.P. Lepping, and K. Ogilvie, Evaluation of the tail current contribution to the Dst index, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 10 December 1997.

433. Moorer, D.F., and D.N. Baker, Outer electron radiation belt modeling by assimilation of satellite flux data, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 10 December 1997.

434. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, SAMPEX and POLAR energetic particle observations of the magnetospheric response to the early 1997 magnetic cloud and CME events, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11 December 1997.

435. Reeves, G.D., R.H.W. Friedel, M.G. Henderson, R.D. Belian, T.E. Cayton, M.M. Meier, D.N. Baker, X. Li, S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, R.S. Selesnick, T. Onsager, and H.E. Spence, Relativistic electron flux variations: A new, global, ISTP perspective, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11 December 1997.

436. Spence, H.E., A.M. Jorgensen, T.A. Fritz, R.B. Sheldon, M.G. Henderson, G.D. Reeves, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, and D.N. Baker, The substorm injection revealed: Global ENA images and simultaneous multipoint observations of the substorm lifecycle, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Fran-cisco, CA, 11 December 1997.

437. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, D.N. Baker, A.S. Sharma, and K. Papadopoulos, A data set for studies of the spatial distribution of the geomagnetic response to solar wind and IMF variations, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 11 December 1997.

1998 438. Baker, D.N., C. Barth, S. Solomon, S. Bailey, The SNOE spacecraft mission, International

Conference on Substorms-4, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

439. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, J. Buechner, and A.J. Klimas, Substorms: A Global Magnetospheric Instability, International Conference on Substorms-4, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

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440. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, and G.D. Reeves, Simulation of Dispersionless Injections and Subsequent Drift Echoes of Energetic Electrons Associated With Substorms, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

441. Isowa, M., R. Nakamura, Y. Kamide, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Looper, Precipitation Bursts in the Outer Radiation Belt During Magnetic Storms/Substorms, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

442. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, Analogue Analysis of the Solar Wind VBs to AL Electrojet Index Relationship, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

443. Peterson, W.K., K.J. Trattner, O.W. Lennartsson, H.L. Collin, T.I. Pulkkinen, D.N. Baker, P.K. Toivanen, T.A. Fritz, J.F. Fennell, and J.L. Roeder, Multi-Component O+ and H+ Distributions Observed at L<6 Before and After a Large Isolated Substorm, International Conference on Sub-storms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

444. Saka, O., O. Watanabe, M. Shinohara, H. Akaki, and D.N. Baker, A Possible Cause of Magnetic Field Disturbances at Nightside Geosynchronous Altitudes at Pi 2 Onset as Seen from the Dip-Equator, International Conference on Substorms-4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9 13 March 1998.

445. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, H.J. Singer, R.L. McPherron, and F. Mozer, Magnetospheric Response Times From Southward IMF Turnings, International Conference on Sub-storms 4, Lake Hamana, Japan, 9-13 March 1998.

446. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, G.D. Reeves, and R.D. Belian, Simulation of dispersionless injections and subsequent drift echoes of energetic electrons associated with substorms, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 29, 1998.

447. Baker, D.N., T.I. Pulkkinen, X. Li, H.E. Spence, G.D. Reeves, J.B. Blake, and W.K. Peterson, Substorm particle and field changes during geomagnetic storms: Cause and effect relationships, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 29, 1998.

448. Baker, D.N., M.J. Carlowicz, ISTP’s microscope and telescope: A video on the great Sun-Earth Observatory, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 26, 1998.

449. Pajunpaa, A., T.I. Pulkkinen, M.T. Syrjasuo, A. Viljanen, K. Kauristie, and D.N. Baker, Do auroral forms trace continental coastlines? AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 29, 1998.

450. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, X. Li, R.A. Mewaldt, J.R. Cummings, and B. Klecker, Jovian electrons in the Earth’s polar regions, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 28, 1998.

451. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, AL index prediction using data-derived analogues of the magnetospheric dynamics, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 28, 1998.

452. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, Constructing analytical models for geomagnetic indices AL and AU, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 28, 1998.

453. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, J.F. Fennell, J.L. Roeder, and T.A. Fritz, Statistical examination of the magnetospheric plasma composition: POLAR CAMMICE results, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 28, 1998.

454. Reeves, G.D., T.E. Cayton, R.H. Friedel, J.M. Jahn, M.G. Henderson, M.M. Meier, D.N. Baker, S. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, J.F. Fennell, and R.S. Selesnick, Relativistic electron observations in the three-dimensional magnetosphere, AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 28, 1998.

455. Peterson, W.K., K.J. Trattner, O.W. Lennartsson, H.L. Collin, D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, P.K. Toivanen, T.A. Fritz, J.F. Fennell, and J.L. Roeder, Can convection and conversion of the first adiabatic invariant explain multi-component O+ and H+ distributions observed at L 6 on the duskside by POLAR? AGU, Spring Meeting, Boston, MA, May 28, 1998.

456. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, D. Larson, R.P. Lin, T. Cayton, G.D. Reeves, and S.G. Kanekal, Outer radiation belt electron variations during magnetospheric storms, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, July 21-24, 1998.

457. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, J.B. Blake, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, Space Environmental Conditions During April-May 1998: An Indicator of Upcoming Solar Maximum Conditions, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

458. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, and O.A. Troshichev, Models of ground-geomagnetic and geosynchronous disturbances, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

459. Blake, J.B., M.D. Looper, J.E. Mazur, D.N. Baker, X. Li, M.K. Hudson, S.G. Kanekal, and R.A. Mewaldt, Multi-satellite observations of the injection of energetic radiation-belt particles during May 1998, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

460. ement r, D., and D.N. Baker, c AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

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461. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, G.D. Reeves, R.D. Belian, and W.K. Peterson, Simulation of dispersionless injections and drift echoes associated with substorms, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

462. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, Magnetospheric response to magnetic cloud/CME events: Global aspects, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Fran-cisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

463. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, G. Lu, J.F. Fennell, J.L. Roeder, and T.A. Fritz, Stormtime energy deposition: Ring current and Joule heating, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francis-co, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

464. Grande, M., N. Waltham, B. Kent, B. Kellett, B. Swinyard, C. Perry, K. Phillips, D. Hughes, H. Alleynbe, N. Thomas, S. Livi, B. Wilken, M. Grady, R. Lundin, S. Barrabash, and D.N. Baker, CIXS, a compact imaging x-ray spectrometer, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

465. Connolly, C., S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, J. Fennell, J. Roeder, and T.A. Fritz, Magnetospheric ion composition changes during substorms: POLAR CAMMICE results, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

466. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, The role of self-organized criticality in the substorm phenomenon and its relation to localized reconnection in the plasma sheet, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

467. Sentman, D.D., E. Wescott, J. Winick, C. Siefring, J. Morrill, D.N. Baker, P. Bernhardt, M. Heavner, D. Moudry, D. Osborne, J. Desrochers, L. Peticolas, and V. Besser, The EXL98 Sprites Campaign, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 6-10, 1998.

1999 468. Allen, J.H., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, The S-RAMP special analysis interval: April-

May 1998, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999. 469. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, S.C. Solomon, S.M. Bailey, S.G. Kanekal, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur,

Magnetosphere-thermosphere coupling: The last leg of the Sun-Earth connection, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

470. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, T. Cayton, G.D. Reeves, and J. Blake, Sudden injections and subsequent drift echoes of energetic particles associated with shock impact and substorms: Differences and similarities, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

471. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, J.A. Valdivia, D.N. Baker, and M. Hesse, The role of self-organized criticality in the substorm phenomenon and its relation to localized reconnection in the plasma sheet, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

472. Connolly, C., Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, The Aug-Sep 1998 geomagnetic storms: Relativistic electron responses in the outer zone as seen by SAMPEX and POLAR, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

473. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, High-latitude ground magnetic field models coupled non-linearly to the solar wind input, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

474. Pulkkinen, T.I., D.N. Baker, N.E. Turner, K. Kauristie, M.T. Syrjasuo, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, T. Mukai, S. Kokubun, and L. Zelenyi, Auroral forms as observed with POLAR/VIS medium-resolution camera and Finnish all-sky cameras: comparison with magnetotail observations, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

475. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, V. Jordanova, G. Lu, M.G. Henderson, J.F. Fennell, and J.L. Roeder, Magnetospheric energy content during storms, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

476. Moorer, D., and D.N. Baker, Specifying outer belt electrons by data assimilation, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

477. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, S.C. Solomon, S.M. Bailey, S.G. Kanekal, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Magnetosphere-thermosphere coupling: The last leg of the Sun-Earth connection, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

478. Barth, C.A., D.N. Baker, S.C. Solomon, S.M. Bailey, and S.G. Kanekal, Comparison of measurements of energetic electron fluxes in the magnetosphere and nitric oxide in the thermosphere, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

479. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, X. Li, N.E. Turner, W.K. Peterson, T.I. Pulkkinen, J.D. Scudder, and H.J. Singer, Modeling of plasma sheet conditions during isolated substorms using POLAR observations, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

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480. Allen, J.H., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, The S-RAMP special analysis interval: April-May 1998, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 31-June 4, 1999.

481. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, and J.B. Blake, Solar cycle changes of energetic particle properties in the inner magnetosphere, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

482. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, S.C. Solomon, S.M. Bailey, S.G. Kanekal, and G.M. Mason, Magnetosphere-thermosphere coupling: Comparison of measurements of electron fluxes in the magnetosphere and nitric oxide in the thermosphere, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

483. Baker, D.N., J.H. Allen, J.B. Blake, S.G. Kanekal, and G.D. Reeves, Space environmental conditions during April-May 1998: Prototypical solar maximum events?, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

484. Pulkkinen, T.I., K. Kauristie, M.T. Syrjasuo, D.N. Baker, N.E. Turner, L.A. Frank, J.B. Sigwarth, T. Mukai, S. Kokubun, and L. Zelinyi, Comparison of auroral arcs observed with POLAR/VIS medium-resolution camera and Finnish all-sky cameras and their mapping to the magnetotail, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

485. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, G.D. Reeves, and R.D. Belian, Simulation of dispersionless injections of energetic particles associated with magnetospheric substorms, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

486. Klimas, A.J., D. Vassiliadis, J.A. Valdivia, and D.N. Baker, The role of self-organized criticality in substorm phenomenon and its relation to localized reconnection in the plasma sheet, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

487. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason, and R.A. Mewaldt, The statistical polar cap boundary and dynamics energetic particle results from SAMPEX, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

488. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, B. Klecker, G.M. Mason and R.A. Mewaldt, Relativistic electron events in the outer zone during August-September 1998: SAMPEX and POLAR measurements, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

489. Blake, J.B., M.D. Looper, R.S. Selesnick, X. Li, D.N. Baker, and M.K. Hudson, Observations of the shock injection of magnetospheric particles in May and August 1998: Comparison with the great event of 24 March 1991, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

490. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, W.K. Peterson, and J. Fennell, Multiple discrete energy ion features in the inner magnetosphere, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

491. Saka, O., and D.N. Baker, A P12 onset as observed at geosynchronous altitude, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

492. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, V. Jordanova, G. Lu, M. Henderson, J. Fennell, and J. Roeder, Magnetospheric energetics during storms, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

493. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, and T.I. Pulkkinen, Energetic ions from the POLAR satellite as tracers for plasma sheet conditions, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

494. Vassiliadis, D., J.A. Valdivia, A.J. Klimas, and D.N. Baker, High-latitude ground geomagnetic field models with a nonlinear coupling to the solar wind input, IUGG99, Birmingham, England, 18-30 July 1999.

495. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, J.L. Roeder, J.F. Fennell, V. Jordanova, and G. Lu, Energy input and output in magnetic storms, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 13 Dec 1999.

496. Blake, J.B., R.S. Selesnick, M.D. Looper, J.E. Mazur, M.K. Hudson, X. Li, D.N. Baker, and R.A. Mewaldt, Observations of trapped MeV proton enhancements in the outer zone subsequent to the arrival of interplanetary shocks, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14 Dec 1999.

497. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, T.I. Pulkkinen, and J.B. Blake, Equinoctial and solstitial averages of magnetospheric relativistic electrons: A strong semiannual modulation, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14 Dec 1999.

498. Moorer, Jr., D.F., and D.N. Baker, Quantitative mapping and forecasting of high energy electron flux in the outer radiation belt, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14 Dec 1999.

499. Yarborough, S., D.N. Baker, X. Li, N.E. Turner, S.G. Kanekal, J.B. Blake, and H.J. Singer, High-energy electron dropouts in the outer radiation belt during and following the solar wind disappearance event of May 1999, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14 Dec 1999.

500. Li, X., M. Temerin, S. Monk, and D.N. Baker, Outer belt electron enhancements by solar-wind-driven radial diffusion, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 16 Dec 1999.

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501. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, H.J. Singer, N.E. Turner, X. Li, R.E. Ergun, K. Kauristie, M. Syrjäsuo, and C.A. Kletzing, Plasma sheet dynamics at substorm onset observed by POLAR in conjunction with the MIRACLE network, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 17 Dec 1999.

2000 502. Klimas, A.J., J.A. Valdivia, V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, On the compatibility of the

coherent substorm cycle with the complex plasma sheet, International Conference on Substorms-5, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 May 2000.

503. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, N.E. Turner, X. Li, R.E. Ergun, W.K. Peterson, H.J. Singer, K. Kauristie, M. Sryjäsuo, A. Keiling, C.A. Kletzing, and C.T. Russell, A substorm onset observed by the POLAR spacecraft in conjunction with the MIRACLE network, International Conference on Substorms-5, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 May 2000.

504. Peterson, W.K., P. Toivanen, X. Li, D.N. Baker, A. Keiling, J. Wygant, C.A. Kletzing, and C.T. Russell, POLAR observations of strong transverse convection events in the inner magnetosphere 10 minutes before substorm onset, International Conference on Substorms-5, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 May 2000.

505. Li, X., D.N. Baker, M. Temerin, G.D. Reeves, R.D. Belian, J.B. Blake, and H.J. Singer, Sudden injections of energetic particles into the inner magnetosphere associated with an isolated substorm, a shock impact, and a shock-induced nightside magnetic field collapse, International Conference on Substorms-5, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 May 2000.

506. Baker, D.N., The role of magnetospheric substorms in highly relativistic electron production within Earth’s magnetosphere, International Conference on Substorms-5, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 May 2000.

507. Pulkkinen, T.I., N.Y. Ganushkina, V.F. Bashkirov, D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, J. Roeder, T.A. Fritz, M. Grande, B. Kellett, and G. Kettmann, Ring current enhancement due to substorm-associated inductive electric fields, International Conference on Substorms-5, St. Petersburg, Russia, 16-20 May 2000, ISBN: 92-9092-772-0.

508. Slavin, J.A., M.H. Acuña, A. Szabo, D.N. Baker, G. Gloeckler, T. Zurbuchen, T.M. Krimigis, and R.L. McNutt, Solar wind conditions at 0.3-0.5 AU: Implications of Mercury’s magnetosphere, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 31 May 2000.

509. Kanekal, S.B., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, The May-1997, March-Sept-October 1998 geomagnetic storms: Observational overview of outer zone energetic particles, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 1 June 2000.

510. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, S.R. Elkington, M. Hudson, J.B. Blake, M. Looper, and T. Nagai, Ulf Oscillations at the dawnside magnetosphere during March 10, 1998 Storm, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 1 June 2000.

511. Toivanen, P.K., D.N. Baker, W.K. Peterson, H.J. Singer, N.E. Turner, X. Li, K. Kauristie, M. Syrjasuo, C.A. Kletzing, and A. Keiling, Miniature dipolarization events during the late growth phase: Pseudobreakups or pre-cursors of the main onset?, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 1 June 2000.

512. Mankoff, K.D., C.A. Barth, D.N. Baker, A.W. Merkel, S.M. Petrinec, D.L. Chenette, W.I. Imhof, J.G. Luhmann, S.G. Kanekal, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Comparison of SNOE, POLAR, and SAMPEX observations of the magnetosphere-thermosphere interaction during the 1998 geomagnetic storms, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 2 June 2000.

513. Yarborough, S., D.N. Baker, X. Li, N.E. Turner, S.G. Kanekal, A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, and H.J. Singer, A nonlinear dynamical feedback mechanism for outer radiation belt electron depletion following the May 1999 solar wind disappearance event, Spring AGU Meeting, Washing-ton, DC, 2 June 2000.

514. Petrinec, S.M., D.L. Chenette, W.I. Imhof, C.A. Barth, K.D. Mankoff, D.N. Baker, and J.B. Luhmann, Comparisons of X-ray mappings from PIXIE and nitric oxide emissions from SNOE for magnetospheric storm intervals, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 2 June 2000.

515. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, K. Mankoff, S.C. Solomon, S.G. Kanekal, J.G. Luhmann, S. Petrinec, D.L. Chenette, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Large solar disturbances and their geospace impacts: SNOE, SAMPEX, and POLAR observations, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 2 June 2000.

516. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, J.L. Roeder, J.F. Fennell, G. Lu, and V.K. Jordanova, Global magnetospheric energy distribution during storms, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 2 June 2000.

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517. Nakamura, R., W. Baumjohann, G. Haerendal, B. Klecker, E. Georgescu, S.R. Elkington, T. Nagai, D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M. Looper, Relationships between ULF wave and radiation belt electrons during a magnetic storm, COSPAR, Warsaw, Poland, 15-22 July, 2000.

518. Moorer, D.F., Jr., and D.N. Baker, Specification of outer belt electrons through data assimilation, COSPAR, Warsaw, Poland, 15-22 July, 2000.

519. Baker, D.N., and D.F. Moorer, Jr., Specification and forecast of energetic magnetospheric electrons and ions, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

520. Pulkkinen, T.I., K. Kauristie, M. Wiltberger, J.G. Lyon, D.N. Baker, T. Mukai, and S. Kokubun, Flow channels in the magnetotail: Tail and ionospheric observations compared with global MHD simulations.

521. Turner, N.E., D.N. Baker, T.I. Pulkkinen, J.L. Roeder, J.F. Fennell, and R.L. McPherron, Relationship of the ring current to Dst, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

522. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake, and M.L. Looper, Global coherence of relativistic electron enhancement during the solar cycle number 23. 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

523. Klimas, A.J., V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Multiscale turbulence produced by MHD-kinetic-scale coupling in an idealized current sheet model, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

524. Petrinec, S.M., D.L. Chenette, W.L. Imhof, C.A. Barth, K.D. Mankoff, D.N. Baker, and J.G. Luhmann, Comparing energetic auroral precipitation as observed by PIXIE and nitric oxide observed by SNOE, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

525. Baker, D.N., Dynamics of outer radiation belt electrons as observed with the SAMPEX and POLAR spacecraft, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

526. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, K. Mankoff, S.C. Solomon, S.G. Kanekal, S. Petrinec, J.G. Luhmann, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Solar disturbances and their geospace impacts; SNOE, SAMPEX and POLAR observations, 1st S-RAMP Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 2-6 October 2000.

527. Moorer, D.F., and D.N. Baker, Data assimilation in radiation belt modeling, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

528. Elkington, S.R., P. Buehler, D.F. Moorer, D.N. Baker, M.K. Hudson, M.J. Wiltberger, and J.F. Fennell, Data assimilation in initializing MHD/particle simulations of the radiation belts, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

529. Li, X., M. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G. Reeves, and D. Larson, Quantitative prediction of MeV electrons at geostationary orbit on the basis of solar wind measurements, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

530. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, D.F. Moorer, X. Li, D. Vassiliadis, and A.J. Klimas, Radiation belt electrons: A major issue for the Living With a Star Program, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

531. Klimas, A.J., V.M. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Multi-scale turbulence in a 2-dimensional current sheet model, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

532. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, and S. Kanekal, The electron disappearance event on May-July 1999: Linear MA filter analysis, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

533. Turner, N.E., D. Knipp, D.N. Baker, and F. Chun, Magnetospheric energy content over the solar cycle, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

534. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Magnetospheric relativistic electron enhancement events: High speed solar wind streams vs. coronal mass ejections, Fall AGU Meeting, San Fran-cisco, CA, 15-19 December 2000.

2001 535. Vassiliadis, D., A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, and S. Kanekal, Dynamics of the energetic electron flux:

Modeling and space weather predictions, AGU Chapman Conference on Storm-Substorm Relationships, Lonavala, India, March 2001.

536. Baker, D.N., The role of substorms in relativistic electron acceleration during geomagnetic storms, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2001.

537. Baker, D.N., C.A. Barth, K.E. Mankoff, S.G. Kanekal, S.M. Bailey, G.M. Mason, and J.E. Mazur, Relationships between precipitating auroral zone electrons and lower thermospheric nitric oxide densities: 1998-2000, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2001.

538. Baker, D.N., Comparison and contrast of solar maximum and the approach to solar minimum: Coronal mass ejections and recurrent high-speed solar wind streams and their geospace consequences, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2001

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539. Li, X., M.A. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, and D. Larson, Quantitative prediction of relativistic electron variations at geostationary orbit from a diffusion model using solar wind as the only input, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2001.

540. Rigler, E.J., D.N. Baker, T.G. Onsager, and R.L. McPherron, Characterizing outer-belt electron flux variability in both the frequency and time domains, Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2001.

541. Petrinec, S.M., D.L. Chenette, W.L. Imhof, D.N. Baker, C.A. Barth, K.D. Mankoff, J.G. Luhmann, G.M. Mason, J.E. Mazur, and D.S. Evans, A multi-spacecraft study of the magnetospheric influence on ionospheric chemistry: A detailed examination of recent geomagnetically active periods, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 11, 2001.

542. Baker, D.N., J.L. Burch, P.W. Daly, R.E. Ergun, R. Friedel, T.A. Fritz, J.M. Jahn, D.G. Mitchell, and G.E. Reeves, A Telescopic and microscopic view of a magnetospheric substorm on 31 March 2001: New CLUSTER observations of the near magnetotail, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 11, 2001.

543. Friedel, R.H., G.D. Reeves, M.G. Henderson, D.N. Baker, P.W. Daly, T.A. Fritz, and R.D. Belian, Investigation of the detailed energetic electron trapping boundary structure using CLUSTER II RAPID data, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 11, 2001.

544. Klimas, A.J., V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, R.S. Weigel, and D.N. Baker, The self-organized critical plasma sheet and substorm onset, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 12, 2001.

545. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Relativistic electron response to high speed solar wind streams and coronal mass ejections: A comparison, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13, 2001.

546. Rigler, E.J., and D.N. Baker, Linear prediction filter analysis of solar wind/magnetosphere coupling: Studies at non-geosynchronous altitudes and high time resolution, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13, 2001.

547. Elkington, S.R., D.N. Baker, X. Li, M.K. Hudson, and M.J. Wiltberger, Storm-time injection of plasma sheet electrons into the radiation belt during the March 31, 2001 geomagnetic storm, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 14, 2001.

548. Li, X., M.A. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G. Reeves, and D. Larson, Analysis of phase space density of relativistic electrons in the magnetosphere and forecast of MeV electrons at geostationary orbit, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 14, 2001.

2002 549. Li, X., M.A. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G. Reeves, and D. Larson, Quantitative prediction and real time

forecast of radiation belt electrons based on solar wind measurements, European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 2002.

550. Nakamura, R., D.N. Baker, A. Balogh, P., Daly, P. Escoubet, B. Klecker, T. Nagai, H. Reme, G. Paschmann, and the IWF-SW Team, Space weather and CLUSTER observations, European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 2002.

551. Toivanen, P., D.N. Baker, and W.K. Peterson, Electromagnetic pulsations in the plasma sheet at substorm onset observed by POLAR spacecraft, European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 2002.

552. Klimas, A.N., V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, R.S. Weigel, and D.N. Baker, The self-organized critical plasma sheet and substorm onset, European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 2002.

553. Blake, J.B., J.F. Fennell, J.L. Roeder, R. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, M. Carter, T.A. Fritz, M. Grande, C. Perry, and P. Daly, Joint CLUSTER and POLAR study of energetic particle bursts in the magnetotail, European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 2002.

554. Baker, D.N., J. Blake, J. Burch, P. Daly, M. Dunlop, R. Ergun, R. Friedel, and T. Fritz, CLUSTER observations of magnetospheric substorm behavior in the near- and mid-tail regions, European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 2002.

555. Baker, D.N., et al., Multi-spacecraft observations of the magnetotail in the CLUSTER era; The telescope-microscope combination, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 29 May 2002.

556. Klimas, A., V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, R. Weigel, and D.N. Baker, Self-organized criticality and intermittent turbulence in the plasma sheet, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 29 May 2002.

557. Li, X., T.E. Sarris, D.N. Baker, M.A. Temerin, and G.D. Reeves, Mystery associated with energetic particle injections during substorms, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 29 May 2002.

558. Russell, J.M., III, M.G. Mlynczak, L.L. Gordley, C.J. Mertens, R.H. Picard, M. Lopez-Puertas, P. Wintersteiner, J. Winick, D.E. Siskind, D.N. Baker, J. Ulwick, E.E. Remsberg, R. Garcia, P.J. Espy, R.G. Roble, and S. Solomon, The SABER experiment on the TIMED Mission: Over-view and preliminary science results, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 31 May 2002.

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559. Li, X., M.A. Temerin, S. Monk, D.N. Baker, and G.D. Reeves, Operational real-time forecast of MeV electrons at geosynchronous orbit based on ACE and GOES-10 measurements, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 31 May 2002.

560. Kozyra, J.U., M.W. Liemohn, M.G. Mlynczak, L.J. Paxton, W.R. Skinner, D.N. Baker, C.A. Cattell, G.A. Germany, S.B. Mende, and C.J. Pollock, TIMED Observations of the signatures of magnetic activity in the MLTI region placed into global context by ACE, POLAR, IMAGE, SAMPEX, FAST, NOAA/POES, and DMSP, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 31 May 2002.

561. Vassiliadis, D., R.S. Weigel, A.J. Klimas, S.F. Fung, S.G. Kanekal, D.N. Baker, E.J. Rigler, and R.H. Friedel, Structure of the outer zone in the electron radiation belt, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 31 May 2002.

562. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, J.B. Blake and M.D. Looper, Observations of Jovian electrons over the Earth’s polar regions: 1992-2001, Spring AGU Meeting, Washington, DC, 31 May 2002.

563. Elkington, S.R., D.N. Baker, P.C. Brandt, and M.J. Wiltberger, MHD/Particle simulations of energetic ions injected during the March 31, 2001 0630 substorm, GEM 2002, Telluride, CO, 24-28 June 2002.

564. Peterson, W.K., D.N. Baker, S.K. Eriksson, J.B. Blake, J.L. Burch, P.W. Daly, M.W. Dunlop, A. Korth, E. Donovan, R. Friedel, T.A. Fritz, H.U. Frey, S.B. Mende, J. Roeder, and H.J. Sing-er, Timing of magnetic reconnection initiation during a global magnetospheric substorm onset from Cluster, Image, Polar, GOES, LANL, and lots of ground stations, GEM 2002, Telluride, CO, 24-28 June 2002.

565. Rigler, E.J., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, and S.G. Kanekal, Sub-daily time resolution response functions for 2-6 MeV electrons from L=1 to L=8.0, GEM 2002, Telluride, CO, 24-28 June 2002.

566. Li, X., D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, and M. Temerin, Loss of radiation belt electrons based on SAMPEX measurements and prediction model, 20th Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, NZ, 9-12 July, 2002.

567. Baker, D.N., Very high-energy particles and space weather, 11th International Congress on Plasma Physics, Sydney, Australia, 15-19 July, 2002.

568. Baker, D.N., J. Rigler, and D. Vassiliadis, Solar wind driven radiation belt response functions at 100-min time scales using SAMPEX orbit-averaged electron fluxes, COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Houston, TX, 10-19 October, 2002.

569. Vassiliadis, D., R.S. Weigel, A.J. Klimas, S. Fung, S.G. Kanekal, R.A. Mewaldt, D.N. Baker, and E.J. Rigler, New results on the structure and dynamics of the radiation belts, COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Houston, TX, 10-19 October, 2002.

570. Kerttula, R., K. Mursula, T. Asikainen, R. Friedel, D.N. Baker, F. Soeraas, P. Daly, Fritz, J. Blake, and M. Carter, Energetic particle boundaries and injections during the main phase of a major magnetic storm, COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Houston, TX, 10-19 October, 2002.

571. Peterson, W.K., D.N. Baker, Y. Su, S. Eriksson, X. Li, J. Sigwarth, J. Scudder, E. Donovan, A. Korth, K. Trattner, J. Slavin, H. Reme, M. Dunlop, M. Andre, H. Singer, R. Friedel G. Lu, R. McPherron, and C. Russell, The substorm at 5:45 on October 13, 2001 observed from the ground, and the LANL, GOES, POLAR, and CLUSTER satellites, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

572. Kozyra, J.U., D.N. Baker, G. Crowley, D.S. Evans, X. Fang, R.A. Frahm, S.G. Kanekal, M.W. Liemohn, G. Lu, G.M. Mason, R.A. Mewaldt, L.J. Paxton, E.C. Roelof, and J.D. Winningham, The relative atmospheric impacts and energy inputs of precipitating solar and magnetospheric ion and electron populations during the 17-24 April 2002 events, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

573. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, Magnetospheric energetic particle response during the April 2002 event, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

574. Bailey, S.M., G. Crowley, S.C. Solomon, and D.N. Baker, The response of thermospheric nitric oxide to the geomagnetic storm of April 2002, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

575. Rigler, E.J., and D.N. Baker, Solar wind to radiation belt energetic electron response functions using multi-channel prediction filters, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

576. Blake, J.B., J.L. Roeder, R.J. Selesnick, D.N. Baker, P. Daly, M. Grande, and M. Carter, Cluster-Polar simultaneous observations of energetic particles in the plasma sheet – Evidence for radiation belt leakage?, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

577. Klimas, A.J., V. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, R.S. Weigel, and D.N. Baker, Spreading critical dynamics in POLAR UVI image sequenced as evidence for self-organized criticality in the plasma sheet, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

578. Li, X., M. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, D. Larson, and S.G. Kanekal, Dipole tilt effects on radiation belt electrons and Dst index, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

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579. Russell, J.M., III, M.G. Mlynczak, L.L. Gordley, C.J. Mertens, R. Picard, M. Lopez-Puertas, D.E. Siskind, D.N. Baker, J. Ulwick, E.E. Remsberg, J. Winick, P. Wintersteiner, P. Espy, r. Garcia, R.G. Roble, and S. Solomon, An overview and science results from the SABER experiment on the TIMED satellite, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

580. Gurney, K.R., S. Denning, P. Rayner, R. Law, D.N. Baker, P. Bousquet, L. Bruhwiler, Y. Chen, P. Ciais, I. Fung, M. Heimann, J. John, T. Maki, S. Maksyutov, P. Peylin, M. Prather, B. Pak, and S. Taguchi, Global-scale, seasonal carbon sources and sinks from the TransCom atmospheric inversion experiment, San Francisco, CA 6-10 December 2002.

2003 581. Weigel, R.S., D. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, and D.N. Baker, Assessing the predictability of high-latitude

geomagnetic measurements, Effects of Space Weather on Technology Infrastructure Workshop, Rhodes, Greece, 25-29 March, 2003.

582. Vassiliadis, D., D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, A.J. Klimas, E.J. Rigler, S.G. Kanekal, and R. Friedel, Structure and dynamics of the outer radiation belt: Implications for electron storm forecasting, Poster presented at Space Weather Week, Boulder, CO, 19-22 May 2003.

583. Weigel, R.S., D.N. Baker, D. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, E.J. Rigler, N. Arge and R.L. McPherron, The Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling Empirical Model Chain, Poster presented at Space Weather Week, Boulder, CO, 19-22 May 2003.

584. Peterson, W.K., D.N. Baker, X. Li, M. Dunlop, A. Korth, E. Donovan, R. Friedel, S.B. Mende, and H. Singer, Identification of the onset time and location of an isolated substorm using multiple satellite and ground based observations, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

585. Li, X., M.A. Temerin, D.N. Baker, G.D. Reeves, R. Friedel, and D. Larson, Enhanced radial diffusion due to broadband ULF waves, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

586. Elkington, S.R., A.A. Chan, Y. Fei, D.N. Baker, and M.K. Hudson, Radial transport of energetic electrons in the outer zone through interaction with ULF waves, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

587. Shen, C., X. Li, M.W. Dunlop, Z.X. Liu, A. Balough, D.N. Baker, M. Hapgood, and X.Y. Wang, Analyses of the geometrical structure of magnetic field in the current sheet based on CLUSTER measurements, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

588. Bailey, S.M., D.N. Baker, C.A. Barth, K.D. Mankoff, S.G. Kanekal, S.M. Petrinec, D.L. Chenette, J.G. Luhmann, G.M. Mason, J.E. Mazur, and D.S. Evans, Precipitating auroral electrons and lower thermospheric nitric oxide densities: SNOE, POLAR, SAMPEX, and NOAA/POES comparisons for geomagnetic storms in 1998-2003, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

589. Klimas, A.N., V.M. Uritsky, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Self-organized criticality and intermittent turbulence in Earth’s magnetotail dynamics, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

590. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, S. Thompson, M.G. Kivelson, K. Khurana, A. Balogh, and H. Reme, CLUSTER observations of the dynamics of the tail current during substorms, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

591. Uritsky, V.M., A.J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, and D.N. Baker, Self-organized criticality in Earth’s magnetotail dynamics and its implications for substorm onset, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

592. Rigler, E.J., D.N. Baker, and D. Vassiliadis, Solar wind driven radiation belt response functions: Data assimilation methods for characterizing radiation belt dynamics, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

593. Allen, J.H., and D.N. Baker, High-energy particles and threats to spacecraft, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

594. Baker, D.N., M.A. Mewaldt, G. Mason, S. Kanekal, J.U. Kozyra, D.S. Evans, S.M. Bailey, and M.J. Reiner, Tracing the solar particle chain, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

595. Elkington, S.R., M.J. Wiltberger, A.A. Chan, Y. Fei, D.N. Baker, and M.K. Hudson, Coupling of energy from the solar wind into the outer zone radiation belts through ULF variations, XXII General Assembly, IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

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596. Baker, D.N., S.G. Kanekal, and J.B. Blake, Characterizing the earth’s outer Van Allen zone using the Radiation Belt content (RBC) Index, ISEC 2003, Radiation Belt Science, Toulouse, France, 2-5 September, 2003.

597. Kanekal, S.G., D.N. Baker, and J.B. Blake, A comparison or relativistic electron response in the earth’s radiation belts to high speed solar wind streams and coronal mass ejections, ISEC 2003, Radiation Belt Science, Toulouse, France, 2-5 September, 2003.

598. Vassiliadis, D., S.F. Fung, A.J. Klimas, D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, E.J. Rigler, S.G. Kanekal, T. Nagai, R. Friedel, and T. Cayton, The response of the energetic electron flux in the outer belt to interplanetary and magnetospheric parameters, ISEC 2003, Radiation Belt Science, Toulouse, France, 2-5 September, 2003.

599. Baker, D.N., S.R. Elkington, M.J. Wiltberger, and R.S. Weigel, Multiple spacecraft observations of the major geomagnetic storm on 31 March 2001, Chapman Conference on Physics and Modeling of the Inner Magnetosphere, Helsinki, Finland, 25-29 August, 2003.

600. Blake, J.B., J.F. Fennell, D.N. Baker, and S.G. Kanekal, Energetic electron injection in selected geomagnetic storms, Chapman Conference on Physics and Modeling of the Inner Magneto-sphere, Helsinki, Finland, 25-29 August, 2003.

601. Saka, O, S. Fujita, and D.N. Baker, A model of energy dependent field-aligned plasma flow: Pi2-associated auroral precipitations, Chapman Conference on Physics and Modeling of the Inner Magnetosphere, Helsinki, Finland, 25-29 August, 2003.

602. Wiltberger, M., S. Elkington, D.N. Baker, J. Lyon, and R. Lopez, Comparison of magnetohydrodynamic simulations of isolated substorms and those during magnetic storms, Chapman Conference on Physics and Modeling of the Inner Magnetosphere, Helsinki, Finland, 25-29 August, 2003.

603. Elkington, S.R., D.N. Baker, and M.J. Wiltberger, Injections of energetic ions and electrons into the inner magnetosphere during the 31 March 2003 0630 substorm, Chapman Conference on Physics and Modeling of the Inner Magnetosphere, Helsinki, Finland, 25-29 August, 2003.

604. Monk, S., D.N. Baker, P.W. Daly, T.A. Fritz, R. Friedel, and J.B. Blake, Multispacecraft observations of energetic electron anisotropies in the plasma sheet using CLUSTER/RAPID data, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

605. Eriksson, S., M. Oieroset, D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, S. Monk, M.W. Dunlop, H. Reme, T.E. Sarris, C. Shen, and A. Balogh, Near-Earth magnetotail reconnection and plasmoid formation in connection with a substorm onset on 27 August 2001, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

606. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, M.G. Kivelson, K. Khurana, A. Balogh, H. Reme, I Dandouras, H. Singer, and E. Donovan, CLUSTER observations of a near-Earth neutral line on August 27, 2001, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

607. Barth, C.A., S.M. Bailey, and D.N. Baker, Seasonal variation of auroral electron flux, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

608. Weigel, R.S. and D.N. Baker, Solar wind amplification and distribution invariance of short time-scale geomagnetic variability in the auroral zone, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

609. Vassiliadis, D., S.F. Fung, A.J. Klimas, X. Shao, D.N. Baker, S.G. Kanekal, R.S. Weigel, and E.J. Rigler, Modeling relativistic electron fluxes in the inner magnetosphere with spatially distributed models, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

610. Rigler, E.J. D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, D. Vassiliadis, and A.J. Klimas, Adaptive prediction of radiation belt electrons with the extended Kalman filter, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

611. Elkington, S.R., A.A. Chan, Y. Fei, M.J. Wiltberger, D.N. Baker, and M.K. Hudson, Characterization of the global (ULF) environment during the 09/24/1998 geomagnetic storm, and effect on energetic electron dynamics, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

612. Gordley, L.L., J.M. Russell, III, M.G. Mlynczak, C.J. Mertens, E.E. Remsberg, R.H. Picard, M. Lopez-Puertas, P. Wintersteiner, J. Winick, D.E. Siskind, D.N. Baker, and R. Garcia, An overview of the SABER experiment and science results, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

613. Doxas, I., W. Horton, D.N. Baker, R. McPherron, R. Weigel, and M. Wiltberger, Branch prediction and speculative execution in magnetospheric forecasting, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Fran-cisco, CA, December 2003.

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614. Weigel, R.S., and D.N. Baker, Solar wind amplification and distribution invariance of short time-scale geomagnetic variability in the auroral zone, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

615. Mueller-Mellin, R., J.B. Blake, and D.N. Baker, Coordinated energetic particle measurements using Chandra, Cluster, and Polar, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

616. Baker, D.N., R.L. McPherron, R.S. Weigel, E.J. Rigler, D. Vassiliadis, and C. Arge, Sun-to-Earth magnetosphere modeling of radiation belt electrons: Forecasting using linked Empirical methods, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

617. Elphic, R.C., M. Taylor, R.H.W. Friedel, G.D. Reeves, M.G. Henderson, M.F. Thomsen, D.N. Baker, J. Birn, I.J. Rae, J.A. Slavin, B. Lavraud, A. Aasnes, A. Balogh, P.W. Daly, M.W. Dun-lop, A.N. Bazakerley, T.A. Fritz, H. Reme, and J.D. Scudder, A Macroscopic-microscopic view of a substorm, AGU, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

618. Vassiliadis, A.J. Klimas, S.F. Fung, D.N. Baker, R.S. Weigel, S. Kanekal, Structure and dynamics of the electron radiation belts; Implications for space weather modeling and forecasting, Proceedings of ESPRIT Workshop, Rhodes, Greece, March, 2003.

2004 619. Bailey, S.N., C.A. Barth, D.N. Baker, E.M. Rodgers, and J. Yonker, The observed response of the

lower thermosphere to solar energetic inputs, Living With a Star Meeting, Boulder, CO, March 2004.

620. Farr, N., D.N. Baker, S. Elkington, S. Monk, M. Wiltberger, T. Fritz, and J. Blake, Cluster measurements in the context of global modeling and observations, Spring AGU Meeting, Montreal, Canada, May 2004.

621. Barton, C., D.N. Baker, B. Fraser, V