Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite (CRRES)
The CRRES (Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite) mission was launched on July 25th 1990 and concluded around October 1991 (depending on the instrument of interest). There are a lot of interesting research papers which have come out of, and continue to be written, using the CRRES data. Recently, the Van Allen Probes have been improving upon these results and measurements. However, CRRES has a special place in my heart as my thesis used this data set, and it was a much more active solar cycle than the current one where the Van Allen Probes have been active. Thus we can still learn a lot about the Earth-Space environment from this data set.
List of publications and presentations associated with the BARREL project:
- Dependence of EMIC wave parameters during quiet, geomagnetic storm, and geomagnetic storm phase times - A.J. Halford, B.J. Fraser, S.K. Morley, S.R. Elkington, A.A. Chan, (2016) JGR
- EMIC Waves and Plasmaspheric and Plume Density: CRRES results - Halford, A.J., B.J. Fraser, S.K. Morley, (2015) JGR
- Seminar given at Dartmouth College about EMIC waves and their ability to precipitate radiation belt electrons. May 2012 (website or pdf)
- EMIC waves association with geomagnetic storms, the plasmasphere and the radiation belts - Halford, A.J., (2012) Thesis from the University of Newcastle NSW Australia
- EMIC wave activity during geomagnetic storm and non-storm periods: CRRES results. - Halford, A.J., B. J. Fraser, and S. K. Morley (2010) JGR