William Ian Axford, Ph.D

1963-1967 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
 1967-1974 University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
 1974-2001 Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung 
 1982-1985 Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand 
"William Axford"

(1933 - 2010)

Mean distance: 13552


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M James Lighthill grad student 1960 University of Manchester
 (Ionization fronts in interstellar gas and other problems in fluid dynamics.)


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Thomas Edward Holzer grad student (MathTree)
David Spencer De Young grad student 1967 Cornell (Astronomy Tree)
Michal Joseph Simon grad student 1967 Cornell
Lennard A. Fisk grad student 1967-1969 UCSD
Ioannis Daglis grad student 1991 Democritus University of Thrace
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Mendis DA, Axford WI. (2008) Revisiting Iapetus following recent Cassini observations Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 113
Király P, Axford WI, Daibog EI, et al. (2005) Solar and heliospheric sources of suprathermal and energetic particle populations 29th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Icrc 2005. 1: 67-70
Muraki Y, Axford WI, Matsubara Y, et al. (2004) Effects of atmospheric electric fields on cosmic rays Physical Review D. 69
Nagy AF, Winterhalter D, Sauer K, et al. (2004) The plasma environment of Mars Space Science Reviews. 111: 33-114
Florinski V, Axford WI, Zank GP. (2004) The cosmic ray increases at 35 and 60 kyr BP Radiocarbon. 46: 683-690
Pätzold M, Neubauer FM, Carone L, et al. (2004) MaRS: Mars express orbiter radio science European Space Agency, (Special Publication) Esa Sp. 141-163
Florinski V, Zank GP, Axford WI. (2003) The Solar System in a dense interstellar cloud: Implications for cosmic-ray fluxes at Earth and 10Be records Geophysical Research Letters. 30: SSC 5-1 - SSC 5-5
Axford WI, McKenzie JF. (2002) Coronal heating Advances in Space Research. 30: 505
Axford WI. (2002) Connection and reconnection Advances in Space Research. 29: 1025-1033
Axford WI. (2001) Magnetic Fields in the Heliosphere: Introductory Remarks Cospar Colloquia Series. 11: 73
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