Articles | Volume 33, issue 3
Regular paper
24 Mar 2015
Regular paper |  | 24 Mar 2015

Are dayside long-period pulsations related to the cusp?

V. Pilipenko, V. Belakhovsky, M. J. Engebretson, A. Kozlovsky, and T. Yeoman

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