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Volume 28, Number 6, 2001

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Preface
pp. 831-831(1)
Authors: Kurth, W.S.; Menietti, J.D.; Dougherty, M.

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MHD effects in the venus magnetosheath including mass loading
pp. 833-839(7)
Authors: Biernat, H.K.; Erkaev, N.V.; Farrugia, C.J.

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Jump conditions at fast shocks in an anisotropic magnetized plasma
pp. 851-856(6)
Authors: Vogl, D.F.; Erkaev, N.V.; Biernat, H.K.; Muhlbachler, S.; Farrugia, C.J.

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Analysis of the 3-D shape of the terrestrial bow shock by interball/magion 4 observations
pp. 857-862(6)
Authors: Verigin, M.I.; Kotova, G.A.; Slavin, J.; Szabo, A.; Kessel, M.; Safrankova, J.; Nemecek, Z.; Gombosi, T.I.; Kabin, K.; Shugaev, F.; Kalinchenko, A.

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Modelling the paleomagnetosphere: strategy and first results
pp. 863-868(6)
Authors: Vogt, J.; Glassmeier, K.

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MHD modelling of the magnetosheath with anisotropic plasma pressure
pp. 873-877(5)
Authors: Erkaev, N.V.; Biernat, H.K.; Vogl, D.F.; Farrugia, C.J.

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The geomagnetic AA* index: a study
pp. 879-884(6)
Authors: Silbergleit, V.M.; Gigola, S.V.; D'Attellis, C.E.

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Evidence of the influence of equatorial martian crustal magnetization on the position of the planetary magnetotail boundary by phobos 2 data
pp. 885-889(5)
Authors: Verigin, M.I.; Kotova, G.A.; Remizov, A.P.; Szego, K.; Tatrallyay, M.; Slavin, J.; Rosenbauer, H.; Livi, S.; Riedler, W.; Schwingenschuh, K.; Zhang, T.

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Theoretical distribution of O+ ions in the martian magnetosphere
pp. 891-896(6)
Authors: Shi, J.K.; Schwingenschuh, K.; Zhang, T.L.; Torkar, K.; Lichtenegger, H.; Liu, Z.X.; Riedler, W.; Schmidt, R.; Escoubet, C.P.

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Magnetic field changes in the inner magnetosphere of Jupiter
pp. 897-902(6)
Authors: Russell, C.T.; Yu, Z.J.; Khurana, K.K.; Kivelson, M.G.

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Energetic ion (>~50keV) and electron (>~40keV) bursts observed by Ulysses near Jupiter
pp. 903-908(6)
Authors: Anagnostopoulos, G.C.; Aggelis, A.; Karanikola, I.; Marhavilas, P.K.

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ULF wave observations in Jupiter's magnetosphere
pp. 909-914(6)
Authors: Petkaki, P.; Dougherty, M.K.

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Synchrotron emission images from three-dimensional modeling of the Jovian electron radiation belts
pp. 915-918(4)
Authors: Santos-Costa, D.; Sault, R.; Bourdarie, S.; Boscher, D.; Bolton, S.; Thorne, R.; Leblanc, Y.; Dulk, G.; Levin, S.; Gulkis, S.

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Author index
pp. 925-925(1)

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