14 Works

Catalogue of Jupiter radio emissions identified in the Juno/Waves observations

Corentin Louis, Philippe Zarka, Baptiste Cecconi & William Kurth

Investigating Geophysical Unrest at Sierra Negra

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The Investigating Geophysical Unrest at Sierra NegrA (IGUANA) experiment was designed to monitor seismic activity associated with magmatic unrest at Sierra Negra volcano, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. In late 2017, it was apparent that Sierra Negra was likely approaching a new eruption, and that the volcanic edifice was critically stressed. The experiment captured seismic broadband data during the final approach to eruption, the eruption onset on 26 June 2018, and co-eruptive deflation.

Relativistic Particle Acceleration in Tangled Magnetic Fields

Stephen O'Sullivan, Brian Reville & Andrew Taylor

Imaging the warm lithospheric mantle in the Mediterranean-Alpine region: integrated thermochemical inversion of surface wave dispersion, heat flow and elevation data.

Carlos Clemente , Javier Fullea , Amr El-Sharkawy , Thomas Meier , Sergei Lebedev & Thor Hansteen
Here we investigate the thermal structure of the lithosphere in the Alpine-Mediterranean region. We focus on areas characterized by negative velocity anomalies according to a lithosphere-upper mantle surface-wave tomography study (El-Sharkawy et al., 2020) to analyze possible lithospheric thinning and melting. Surface-wave, phase-velocity curves were determined by interstation cross-correlation measurements and inverted for a set of phase-velocity maps, spanning a broad period range. We invert fundamental mode Rayleigh and Love dispersion curves together with surface...

What can be deduced from the High Frequency Limit of Saturn’s Kilometric Radiation. Supplementary material

Siyuan Wwwu, Philippe Zarka, Laurent Lamy, Corentin Louis, Shengyi Ye, Renée Prangé, Baptiste Cecconi & William Kurth

Saturn Anomalous Myriametric Radiation, A New Type of Saturn Radio Emission Revealed by Cassini. Supplementary material: Catalogue of events.

Siyuan Wwwu, Shengyi Ye, Georg Fischer, Ulrich Taubenschuss, Caitriona Jackman, Elizabeth Patricia O'Dwyer, William Kurth, Shuo Yao, Zhonghua Yao, J. Douglas Menietti, Yan Xu, Shuo Yao & Baptiste Cecconi

Evidence for time-variable thickness of the Phanerozoic continental lithosphere in Central Europe

Amr El-Sharkawy , Thomas Meier , Sergei Lebedev , Carlos Clemente-Gomez , Javier Fullea & Thor Hansteen
The Phanerozoic lithosphere in Central Europe was formed due to the Caledonian and Variscan Orogenies. It then probably underwent modification and thinning associated with widespread and intense Permian volcanism. Since the Permian, the evolution of the Central Europe lithosphere is characterized by various phases of moderate extension and inversion tectonics caused by external forces. Sedimentation and intra-plate volcanism yield evidence for additional intra-plate processes related to variable lithsopheric thickness and deformation. Whereas its crustal structure...

Jovian Auroral Radio Source Occultation Modeling and Application to the JUICE Science Mission Planning. Supplementary Material: Galileo Flybys

Baptiste Cecconi, Corentin Louis, Claudio Muñoz Crego & Claire Vallat
This collection contains figures and movies showing the ExPRES radio source occultations during the Galileo spacecraft Jovian icy moon flybys. This collection supplements: Cecconi, B, C K Louis, C Muñoz Crego, and C Vallat. 2021. “Jovian Auroral Radio Source Occultation Modelling and Application to the JUICE Science Mission Planning.” Planetary and Space Science 209 (105344): 1–34. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2021.105344.

Numerical Simulations of Steady and Pulsed Non-Adiabatic Magnetised Jets From Young Stars

Stephen O'Sullivan & Tom Ray

Cassini RPWS Jupiter Encounter Calibrated Dataset

Philippe Zarka, Baptiste Cecconi, Fabiola Magalhaes, Corentin Louis & Laurent Lamy
This dataset contains calibrated Cassini-RPWS-HFR Jupiter fly-by data from 6 months of Jupiter encounter: 2000-275 (Oct 1st) 00:00 to 2001-090 (Mar 31st) 24:00. The spectral range covers 3.5 kHz to 16 MHz.

Deformation and acoustic emission of Neapolitan Yellow Tuff

P. Rowley, P.P. Benson & C.J. Bean
These data represent a series of analyses exploring the seismic behaviours of low-cohesion volcanic sediments – in this case the Neapolitan Yellow Tuff - under varying strain rates. The data include deformation logs from triaxial compression experiments, and the accompanying 12-channel acoustic emission recordings at 10 MHz. These are paired with X-Ray Computed Tomography images of one of the cores from both before and after deformation, to examine damage behaviour. These data include: Deformation logs...

Juno/Waves Calibrated flux density Collection

Corentin Louis, Philippe Zarka, William Kurth & Baptiste Cecconi
This collection contains Juno/Waves post-processed calibrated datasets with the method described in Louis et al. 2021 (submitted to JGR).

Bursts of Auroral Kilometric Radiation individually selected from Wind/WAVES data

Alexandra Ruth Fogg, Caitriona Jackman, James Waters, Xavier Bonnin, Laurent Lamy, Baptiste Cecconi, Karine Issautier & Corentin Louis
This event list contains start and end times for automatically detected bursts of Auroral Kilometric Radiation (AKR), extracted from Wind/WAVES data. Also provided are the upper and lower frequency limits as a function of time within the burst.

Wind/Waves flux density collection calibrated for Auroral Kilometric Radiation

James Waters, Baptiste Cecconi, Caitriona Jackman, Daniel Whiter, Xavier Bonnin, Laurent Lamy & Karine Issautier
This collection contains post-processed datasets of Wind/Waves flux densities, calibrated with the Z antenna, and containing parameters relevant for the selection of Auroral Kilometric Radiation as described in Waters et al. 2021 (submitted to JGR)

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  • Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies
  • Laboratory of Space Studies and Instrumentation in Astrophysics
  • Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille
  • University of Iowa
  • National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics
  • University of Southampton
  • Paris Observatory
  • GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
  • Complutense University of Madrid
  • Southern University of Science and Technology