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Reply to comment by H. Hasegawa on "Evolution of Kelvin-Helmholtz activity on the dusk flank magnetopause"

By C. (Claire) Foullon, C. J. (Charles John) Farrugia, A. N. Fazakerley, C. J. (Christopher J.) Owen, F. T. Gratton and Roy Banks Torbert

Abstract

We demonstrate, on experimental grounds, that the justifications for the comment by Hasegawa [2009], hereinafter\ud H09, on work done by Foullon et al. [2008], hereinafter F08, are not well founded

Topics: QB
Publisher: American Geophysical Union
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:wrap.warwick.ac.uk:3886

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