Two model runs using the BAS Radiation belt model; one using a low energy boundary condition set from POES data, another using a low energy boundary condition from Van Allen Probes MagEIS data. The outer boundary condition and inner boundary have been set by Van Allen Probes data for both runs. The electron flux for an equatorial pitch angle of 90 degrees is supplied for 0.9 MeV electrons. Both runs cover a period from the 3rd - 28th June 2013.
Funding was provided by the NERC grant NE/L002507/1.
BAS_RBM, Electron flux, Low energy boundary, Radiation belts
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|Name||Hayley J Allison|
|Role(s)||Investigator, Technical Contact|
|Organisation||British Antarctic Survey|
|Reference:||Determination of the equatorial electron differential flux from observations at low Earth orbit, JGR: Space Physics, 2018JA025786R - currently under review|
|Lineage:||Two separate model runs of the BAS Radiation belt model, one using a low energy boundary condition supplied by POES data the other using a low energy boundary condition supplied by Van Allen Probes MagEIS data. For both runs the outer boundary condition, inner boundary condition, and initial condition are set by Van Allen Probes observations.
The drift-averaged electron flux data is at 90 degree pitch angle for L* values ranging from L* = 2.5 to L* = 5.5 in 33 steps.
|Data Set Creator||Allison, Hayley J.|
|Data Set Title||BAS Radiation Belt Model runs for 3rd to 28th June 2013 using two different low energy boundary conditions|
|Data Set Release Date||2018|
|Data Set Publisher||Polar Data Centre,Natural Environment Research Council,UK Research & Innovation|
|Other Citation Details||shortdoi:10/ct8b|
|Distribution Size||104 KB|
|Access Constraints:||No restrictions apply.|
|Use Constraints:||This data is governed by the NERC data policy http://www.nerc.ac.uk/research/sites/data/policy/ and supplied under Open Government Licence v.3 http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/.|