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James Alfred Van Allen research assistant 1964 University of Iowa
 (M.S. thesis: Outer zone diurnal variation studied with Injun III.)
David Campbell Montgomery grad student 1966 University of Iowa
 (Numerical Studies of the Nonlinear Vlasov Equation.)


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Joe Giacalone grad student 1991 University of Kansas (Astronomy Tree)
Timothy A. Duman grad student 2000 University of Kansas
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Ogasawara K, Livi SA, Mitchell DG, et al. (2011) Properties of energetic particle bursts at dawnside magnetosheath: Cassini observations during the 1999 Earth swing-by Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 116
Krimigis SM, Mauk BH, Cheng AF, et al. (1990) Hot plasma parameters in Neptune's magnetosphere Geophysical Research Letters. 17: 1685-1688
Krimigis SM, Armstrong TP, Axford WI, et al. (1989) Hot Plasma and Energetic Particles in Neptune's Magnetosphere. Science (New York, N.Y.). 246: 1483-9
Mauk BH, Krimigis SM, Keath EP, et al. (1987) The hot plasma and radiation environment of the Uranian magnetosphere Journal of Geophysical Research. 92: 15283
Krimigis SM, Armstrong TP, Axford WI, et al. (1982) Low-Energy Hot Plasma and Particles in Saturn's Magnetosphere. Science (New York, N.Y.). 215: 571-7
Krimigis SM, Armstrong TP, Axford WI, et al. (1979) Low-energy charged particle environment at jupiter: a first look. Science (New York, N.Y.). 204: 998-1003
Armstrong TP. (1969) Numerical Study of Weakly Unstable Electron Plasma Oscillations Physics of Fluids. 12: 2094
Van Allen JA, Krimgis SM, Frank LA, et al. (1967) Venus: an upper limit on intrinsic magnetic dipole moment based on absence of a radiation belt. Science (New York, N.Y.). 158: 1673-5
Krimigis SM, Van Allen JA, Armstrong TP. (1967) Simultaneous observations of solar protons inside and outside the magnetosphere Physical Review Letters. 18: 1204-1207
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