J. Douglas Patterson - Publications and Presentations

  1. J. D. Patterson, Introductory Physics Laboratory Manual, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS, 1999.
  2. J. D. Patterson, Origins of Anisotropic 40-300 keV Electron Events Observed at Low and High Latitudes, 34th ESLAB Conference, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, October 2000.
  3. J. D. Patterson, Separation of Proton and Electron Fluxes in the MFSA Data from the HISCALE Instrument, presented at the HISCALE Team Meeting at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, April 2000.
  4. J. D. Patterson, Large-Scale Anisotropies of 50-500 keV Electrons and 50-5000 keV Ions at Ulysses, Ulysses/ACE/Voyager Heliospheric Workshop, Oxnard, CA, 2001.
  5. J. D. Patterson and T. P. Armstrong, A 10-Year Survey of Electron and Ion Energy Spectra from 50 keV to 5 MeV from the HISCALE Instrument Aboard Ulysses, SH31A-08, Spring AGU Meeting, 2001.
  6. J. D. Patterson, T. P. Armstrong, D. Detrick, and A. Weatherwax, Correlation of Solar Flare Protons and Polar Cap Absorption, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 149, 2001.
  7. J. D. Patterson and T. P. Armstrong, Determination of HISCALE MFSA Background Rates Using IMP-8 Monitored Omnidirectional Galactic Cosmic Rays, Fundamental Technologies in-house document, 2001. (PDF version)
  8. J. D. Patterson and T. P. Armstrong, Technical White Paper for the Ulysses/HISCALE Background Rate Software, Fundamental Technologies in-house document, 2001. (PDF version)
  9. J. D. Patterson, T. P. Armstrong, L. J. Lanzerotti, and S. M. Krimigis, Relativistic Electron and Ion Modulation Measured on Ulysses: HISCALE Instrument Background, SH22A-06, Spring AGU Meeting, 2002.
  10. J. D. Patterson, Steady-State Event-Excluded Proton Spectra at Solar Minimum at All Heliolatitudes, Space Plasma and Radiation Environments: A Scientific Retrospective in Honor of Thomas P. Armstrong, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, Sept. 13, 2003.
  11. J. D. Patterson and T. P. Armstrong, Steady-State Event-Excluded Proton Spectra at Solar Minimum at all Heliolatitudes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30 (19), 8037, doi:10.1029/2003GL017154, 2003. (also available: PDF version)
  12. J. D. Patterson, Statistical Study of Low Energy Heliosphere Particle Fluxes from 1.4 to 5 AU Over a Solar Cycle, Solar and Space Physics and the Vision for Space Exploration Conference, October 2005, Wintergreen Resort, VA.
  13. J. D. Patterson, Spreadsheet Toolkit for Ulysses Hi-Scale Measurements of Interplanetary Ions and Electrons, 204th AAS Meeting, June 2004.
  14. J. D. Patterson, MFSA Background Rates for ACE/EPAM and Ulysses/HISCALE, Fundamental Technologies in-house document, 2005. (PDF version)
  15. C. Denker,  J. Z. Reza, A. J. Nelson, J. D. Patterson, T. P. Armstrong, C. G. Maclennan, and L. J. Lanzerotti, Statistical Study of Low-Energy Heliosphere Particle Fluxes from 1.4 to 5 AU over a Solar Cycle, Space Weather, 5(7) S07002, doi:10.1029/2006SW000274, 2007.
  16. T. P. Armstrong, J. W. Manweiler, and J. D. Patterson, Science Studies from Archived Observations, 2008 Fall AGU Meeting, EOS Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SM11B-1620.
  17. J. F. Cooper, N. Lal, R. E. McGuire, A. Szabo, T. W. Narock, T. P. Armstrong, J. W. Manweiler, J. D. Patterson, M. E. Hill, J. D. Vandergriff, R. B. McKibben, C. Lopate, and C. Tranquille, Virtual Energetic Particle Observatory (VEPO), 2008 Fall AGU Meeting, EOS Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract SA53A-1563.
  18. T. P. Armstrong, J. D. Patterson, and E. J. Summerlin, Experience in Preparing and Using Virtual Observatory Data, Fall AGU Meeting, December 2009.

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