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Correlated Interball/ground-based observations of isolated substorm: The pseudobreakup phase

By A. Yahnin, V.A. Sergeev, T. Bösinger, T.I. Sergienko, I.A. Kornilov, N.L. Borodkova, M.F. Thomsen, R.D. Belian, J.-A. Sauvaud, V.N. Lutsenko and A.A. Skalsky
Year: 2001
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