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@Article{RempelChiaBoro:2003:ChTeVa,
               author = "Rempel, Erico Luiz and Chian, Abraham Chian Long and Borotto 
                         Ch{\'a}vez, F{\'e}lix Aldo",
          affiliation = "Univ Adelaide, NITP, World Inst Space Environm Res, Adelaide, SA 
                         5005, Australia and Univ Adelaide, NITP, World Inst Space Environm 
                         Res, Adelaide, SA 5005, Australia and Natl Inst Space Res, INPE, 
                         BR-12227010 Sao Jose Dos Campos, Brazil",
                title = "Chaotic temporal variability of magnetospheric radio emissions",
              journal = "Space Science Reviews",
                 year = "2003",
               volume = "107",
               number = "1-2",
                pages = "503--506",
             keywords = "chaos, intermittency, magnetosphere, radio emissions, three-wave 
                         interaction.",
             abstract = "Nonthermal magnetospheric radio emissions provide the radio 
                         signatures of solar-terrestrial connection and may be used for 
                         space weather forecasting. A three-wave model of auroral radio 
                         emissions at the fundamental plasma frequency was proposed by 
                         Chian et al. (1994) involving resonant interactions of Langmuir, 
                         whistler and Alfven waves. Chaos can appear in the nonlinear 
                         evolution of this three-wave process in the magnetosphere. We 
                         discuss two types of intermittency in radio signals driven by 
                         temporal chaos: the type-I Pomeau-Manneville intermittency and the 
                         interior crisis-induced intermittency. Examples of time series for 
                         both types of intermittency are presented.",
           copyholder = "SID/SCD",
                 issn = "0038-6308",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "rempel_chaotic.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "23 jan. 2021"
}


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