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1998 SWOOPS Publications

Anagnostopoulos, G.C., A. Balogh, P.K. Marhavilas, A.G. Rigas, E.T. Sarris, and P.C. Trochoutsos, Quasi-periodic behaviour of ion events and wave activity upstream from Jupiter's bow shock: Ulysses' observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(9), 1533-1536, May 1998

Ashford, S.M., K.A. Anderson, R.P. Lin, J.R. Sommers, and J.L. Phillips, Energetic solar particle dropouts detected by Ulysses at 1.63 AU, a possible encounter with the Earth's distant magnetotail, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A5), 9535--9543, May 1998

Bavassano, B., R. Bruno, and E. Pietropaolo, The solar wind alpha-particle content as a clue for the origin of slow flows, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(15), 2921-2924, August 1998

Bavassano, B., E. Pietropaolo, and R. Bruno, Cross-helicity and residual energy in solar wind turbulence: Radial evolution and latitudinal dependence in the region from 1 to 5 AU, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A4), 6521-6529, April 1998

Cooper, J.F., Errata to version 01 of SWOOPS electron user's guide entered into NSSDC's controlled digital document library, February 1998

Crooker, N.U., J.T. Gosling, and S.W. Kahler, Magnetic clouds at sector boundaries, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A1), 301-306, 1998

Desai, M.I., R.G. Marsden, T.R. Sanderson, A. Balogh, R.J. Forsyth, and J.T. Gosling, Particle acceleration at corotating interaction regions in the three-dimensional heliosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A2), 2003-2014, February 1998

Erdös, G., and A. Balogh, The symmetry of the heliospheric current sheet as observed by Ulysses during the fast latitude scan, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(3), 245-248, February 1998

Feldman, W.C., B.L. Barraclough, J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, P. Riley, B.E. Goldstein, and A. Balogh, Ion energy equation for the high-speed solar wind: Ulysses observations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A7), 14547-14557, July 1998

Gonzales-Esparza, J.A., M. Neugebauer, E.J. Smith, and J.L. Phillips, Radial evolution of ejecta characteristics and transient shocks: Ulysses in-ecliptic observations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A3), 4767-4773, March 1998

Gonzalez-Esparza, J.M., and Silivi Brovo, Two spacecraft observations of transient shocks and eject in the interplanetary medium, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A12), 29643-29650, December 1998

Gosling, J.T., P. Riley, D.J. McComas, and V.J. Pizzo, Overexpanding coronal mass ejections at high heliographic latitudes: Observations and simulations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A2), 1941-1954, February 1998

Gosling, J.T., The solar wind in three dimensions, in Cyclical Variability in Stellar Winds, L. Kaper and A.W. Fullerton, editors, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, pages 57-68, 1998

Gosling, J.T., The solar wind, in The Encyclopedia of the Solar System, Paul Weissman, Lucy-Ann McFadden, and Torrence Johnson, editors, Academic Press, San Diego, pages 95-122, 1998

Heber, B., V. Bothmer, W. Dröge, H. Kunow, R. Muller-Mellin, H. Sierks, G. Wibberenz, P. Ferrando, A. Raviart, C. Paizis, M.S. Potgieter, R.A. Burger, L.J. Haasbroek, M. Hattingh, and D. McComas, Latitudinal distribution of >106 MeV protons and its relation to the ambient solar wind in the inner southern and northern heliosphere: Ulysses cosmic and solar particle investigation Kiel Electron Telescope results, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A3), 4809-4816, March 1998

Hess, R.A., R.J. MacDowall, B. Goldstein, M. Neugebauer, and R.J. Forsyth, Ion acoustic-like waves observed by Ulysses near interplanetary shock waves in the three-dimensional heliosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A4), 6531-6541, April 1998

Ho, C.M., B.T. Tsurutani, N. Lin, L.J. Lanzerotti, E.J. Smith, B.E. Goldstein, B. Buti, G.S. Lakhina, and X.Y. Zhou, A pair of forward and reverse slow-mode shocks detected by Ulysses at 5 AU, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(14), 2613-2616, July 1998

Hoogeveen G., and P. Riley, The search for solar gravity-mode oscillations in the solar wind using Ulysses data, Solar Physics, 179(1), 167-177, April 1998

Horbury,T.S., E.A. Lucek, A. Balogh, and D.J. McComas, Wave power dropouts associated with radial field intervals in high speed solar wind, Geophysical Research Letters, 25. 4297-4300, 1998.

Jones, G.H., A. Balogh, and R.J. Forsyth, Radial heliospheric magnetic fields detected by Ulysses, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(16), 3109-3112, August 1998

Kaiser, M.L., and R.J. MacDowall, Jovian radio 'bullseyes' observed by Ulysses, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(16), 3113-3116, August 1998

Lario, D., R.G. Marsden, T.R. Sanderson, M. Maksimovic, A. Balogh, R.J. Forsyth, R.P. Lin, and J.T. Gosling, Ulysses and WIND particle observations of the November 1997 solar events, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(18), 3469-3472, September 1998

Lin, N., P.J. Kellogg, R.J. MacDowall, E.E. Scime, A. Balogh, R.J. Forsyth, D.J. McComas, and J.L. Phillips, Very-low frequency waves in the heliosphere: Ulysses observations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A6), 12023-12035, June 1998

Lucek, E.A., and A. Balogh, Analysis of the waves associated with tunnel interplanetary shock observed on day 109, 1992, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A12), 29633-29642, December 1998

Maclennan, C.G., and L.J. Lanzerotti, Low energy anomalous ions at northern heliolatitudes, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(18), 3473-3476, September 1998

McComas, D.J., S.J. Bame, B.L. Barraclough, W.C. Feldman, H.O. Funsten, J.T. Gosling, P. Riley, R. Skoug, A. Balogh, R. Forsyth, B.E. Goldstein, and M. Neugebauer, Ulysses return to the slow solar wind, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(1), 1-4, January 1998

McComas, D.J., P. Riley, J.T. Gosling, A. Balogh, and R. Forsyth, Ulysses rapid crossing of the polar coronal hole boundary, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A2), 1955-1967, February 1998

Neugebauer, M., R.J. Forsyth, A.B. Galvin, K.L. Harvey, J.T. Hoeksema, A.J. Lazarus, R.P. Lepping, J.A. Linker, Z. Mikic, J.T. Steinberg, R. von Steiger, Y.-M. Wang, and R.F. Wimmer-Schweingruber, Spatial structure of the solar wind and comparisons with solar data and models, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A7), 14587-14599, July 1998

Newbury, J.A., C.T. Russell, J.L. Phillips, and SP. Gary, Electron-temperature in the ambient solar wind: Typical properties and a lower bound at 1 AU, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A5), 9553-9566, May 1998

Richardson, I.G., J.E. Mazur, and G.M. Mason, A comparison of recurrent energetic ion enhancements observed at 1 AU by IMP-8 and SAMPEX: Ulysses launch until following the first north polar passage, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A2), 2115-2129, February 1998

Riley, P., and J.T. Gosling, Do coronal mass ejections implode in the solar wind, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(9), 1529-1532, May 1998

Riley, P., J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, and R.J. Forsyth, Ulysses observations of a density hole in the high-speed solar wind, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A2), 1933-1940, February 1998

Roberts, D.A., and M.L. Goldstein, Evidence for a high-latitude origin of lower latitude high-speed wind, Geophysical Research Letters, 25(5), 595-598, March 1998

Suess, S.T., G. Poletto, A.-H. Wang, S.T. Wu, and I. Cuseri, The geometric spreading of coronal plumes and coronal holes, Solar Physics, 180, 231-246, 1998

Wang., A.-H., S.T. Wu, S.T. Suess, and G. Poletto, Global model of the corona with heat and momentum addition, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(A2), 1913-1922, February 1998

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