Deirdre E. Wendel, Ph.D.
|2009-||Heliophysics Division||NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, MD, United States|
Area:Astronomy and Astrophysics, Fluid and Plasma Physics
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|Yoon YD, Yun GS, Wendel DE, et al. (2021) Collisionless relaxation of a disequilibrated current sheet and implications for bifurcated structures. Nature Communications. 12: 3774|
|Wendel DE, Hesse M, Bessho N, et al. (2016) Nongyrotropic electrons in guide field reconnection Physics of Plasmas. 23|
|Goldstein ML, Escoubet P, Hwang KJ, et al. (2015) Multipoint observations of plasma phenomena made in space by Cluster Journal of Plasma Physics. 81|
|Goldstein ML, Ashour-Abdalla M, Viñas AF, et al. (2015) Mission Oriented Support and Theory (MOST) for MMS—the Goddard Space Flight Center/University of California Los Angeles Interdisciplinary Science Program Space Science Reviews|
|Wendel DE, Olson DK, Hesse M, et al. (2013) The relation between reconnected flux, the parallel electric field, and the reconnection rate in a three-dimensional kinetic simulation of magnetic reconnection Physics of Plasmas. 20|
|Hwang KJ, Goldstein ML, Wendel DE, et al. (2013) Cluster observations near reconnection X lines in Earth's magnetotail current sheet Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 118: 4199-4209|
|Wendel DE, Adrian ML. (2013) Current structure and nonideal behavior at magnetic null points in the turbulent magnetosheath Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 118: 1571-1588|
|Wendel DE, Reiff PH. (2009) Magnetopause reconnection impact parameters from multiple spacecraft magnetic field measurements Geophysical Research Letters. 36|
|Wendel DE, Reiff PH, Han TH, et al. (2006) Cluster observation of magnetic structure and electron flows at a northward interplanetary magnetic field x-line European Space Agency, (Special Publication) Esa Sp. 229-234|