Thomas P. Armstrong - Conference Proceedings, Book Chapters, and Reports

  1. Armstrong, T. P. and J. P. Freidberg, Persistently Recurring Nonlinear Waves Arising from the Two-stream Instability, Proc. A.P.S. Topical Conf. on Numerical Simulation of Plasma, Los Alamos, N.M., Sept. 18-20, 1968, pages a6-1 to a6-9, 1968.
  2. Armstrong, T. P. and D. C. Montgomery, Numerical Studies of Nonlinear Ion Acoustic Waves, Proc. A.P.S. Topical Conf. on Numerical Simulation of Plasma, Los Alamos, N.M., Sept. 18-20, pp. a3-1 to a3-6, 1968.
  3. Armstrong, T. P., Particle Acceleration in the Interplanetary Medium: I. Summary of in situ Observations, Proc.  Solar Terrestrial Relations Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Aug. 28.-Sept.1, 441-452, 1972.
  4. Chen, G. and T. P. Armstrong, Particle Acceleration in the Interplanetary Medium II: Numerical Simulation of the Motions of Charged Particles near Interplanetary Shock Waves, Proc. Solar Terrestrial Relations Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 453-460, 1972.
  5. Armstrong, T. P. and S. M. Krimigis, Time Variation and Angular Distributions of Alpha Particles and Medium Nuclei for the October 27, 1972 Solar Particle Event, Proc. 13th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Denver, Colo., Aug. 17 to Aug. 30, 1973, 2, 1504-1509, 1973.
  6. Armstrong, T. P. and S. M. Krimigis, Measurements of the Relative Abundances of Fe-group, He, and M-nuclei during the October 29, 1972 Solar Particle Event, Proc. 13th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Denver, Colorado, Aug. 17 to Aug. 30, 1973), 2, 1510-1515, 1973.
  7. Armstrong, T. P., S. M. Krimigis, and J. W. Kohl, Measurements of the Quiet-time Low Energy Proton, Alpha, and M-nuclei Component in Cosmic Rays, Proc. 13th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Denver, Colorado, Aug. 17 to Aug. 30, 1973), pp. 1656-1661, 1973.
  8. Chen, G. and T. P. Armstrong, Acceleration of Charged Particles in Oblique MHD Shocks, Proc. 14th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Munich, Germany, August 15 - 29, 1975), 5, 1814-1819, 1975.
  9. Armstrong, T. P. and S. M. Krimigis, Variations in the Charge Composition of the July 2-12 1974 Solar Particle Event, Proc. 14th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Munich, Germany, August 15 - 29, 1975), 5, 1592-1596, 1975.
  10. Sarris, E. T., S. M. Krimigis and T. P. Armstrong, Observation of Energetic Particles near Interplanetary MHD Discontinuities, Proc. 14th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Munich, Germany, August 15 - 29, 1975), 5, 1835-1840, 1975.
  11. Chen, G. L., and T. P. Armstrong, Numerical Simulation of the Interaction of Charged Particles with Oblique Magnetohydrodynamic Shocks, Proc. 7th Conf. on Plasma Simulation, NYU, June 1-3, 1975.
  12. Armstrong, T. P., and S. M. Krimigis, Characteristics of Solar Flare Particle Events 1972-3, Book of Abstracts of International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 1976.
  13. Sarris, E. T., S. M. Krimigis, T. Iijima, C. O. Bostrom, and T. P. Armstrong, Location and Characteristics of the Source of Magnetospheric Energetic Particle Bursts in the Vicinity of the Neutral Sheet by Multispacecraft Observations, International Symposium on Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Boulder, Colorado, June 7-18, 1976, Physics of Solar Planetary Environments, Donald J. Williams, editor, AGU, 1976.
  14. Armstrong, T. P., G. Chen, E. T. Sarris and S. M. Krimigis, Acceleration and Modulation of Electrons and Ions by Propagating Interplanetary Shocks, in Study of Travelling Interplanetary Phenomena 1977 (Tel Aviv, June 7-10, 1977), D. Reidel Pub. Co., Dordrecht, Holland, pp. 367-392, 1977.
  15. Armstrong, T. P., R. B. Decker, S. M. Krimigis and J. W. Kohl, Solar and Interplanetary Particles Observed in the Interval 20 March through 5 May with IMP-8, Upper Atmosphere Geophysics Report UAG-61, Collected Data Reports for STIP Interval II, 20 March-5 May 1976, Helen E. Coffey and John A. McKinnon, eds, 145-156, 1977.
  16. Armstrong, T. P., and R. B. Decker, Particle Acceleration by Propagating Interplanetary Shocks, in Particle Acceleration Mechanisms in Astrophysics, eds. J. Arons et al., American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, no. 56, 101-107, AIP, New York, 1979. Abstract on AIP website.
  17. Decker, R. B., M. E. Pesses, and T. P. Armstrong, On the Acceleration of Thermal Coronal Ions by Flare Induced Shock Waves, Proc. 17th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Paris, France, July 13-23, 1981), 3, 406, 1982.
  18. Briggs, P. R. and T. P. Armstrong, Medium Ion Increases, Solar Flares, and Sector Boundaries, Proc. 17th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Paris, France, July 13-23, 1981), 3, 98, 1981.
  19. Briggs, P. R., T. P. Armstrong, J. L. Price, and R. B. Decker, Energetic Charged Particles from McMath Region 14943 Observed with IMP 7, Upper Atmosphere Geophysics Report #UAG-83, World Data Center for Solar Terrestrial Physics, 188-197, 1982.
  20. Nonnast, J. H., R. C. Chaky, T. P. Armstrong, J. Enoch, and G. G. Wiseman, Numerical Simulation of Plasma-Insulator Interactions in Space Part I: The Self-consistent Calculation, Spacecraft Charging Technology, NASA Conference Publication 2182, 932-945, 1982. PDF available at Archives of the 3rd SCTC; scroll down to locate article.
  21. Chaky, R. C., J. H. Nonnast, T. P. Armstrong, J. Enoch, and G. G. Wiseman, Numerical Simulation of Plasma-Insulator Interactions in Space Part II: Dielectric Effects, Spacecraft Charging Technology, NASA Conference Publication 2182, 946-956, 1982. PDF available at Archives of the 3rd SCTC; scroll down to locate article.
  22. Armstrong, T. P., C. L. Brungardt and J. E. Meyer, Satellite Observations of Interplanetary and Polar Cap Solar Particle Fluxes from 1963 to the Present, in Weather and Climate Responses to Solar Variations, ed. B. McCormac, Colorado Assoc. Univ. Press, Boulder, Colo., 71-80, 1983.
  23. Brandon, S. T., R. L. Rusk, J. Enoch, and T. P. Armstrong, Self-consistent Simulation of Plasma Interactions with Secondary-emitting Insulators, Spacecraft Environmental Interactions Technology 1983, 4-6 October 1983, NASA Conference Publication 2359, AFGL-TR-85-0019, C. Purvis and C. Pike, eds., 287-304, 1985.
  24. Armstrong, T. P., M. E. Pesses and R. L. Decker, Shock Drift Acceleration, in Collisionless Shocks in the Heliosphere: Reviews of Current Research, pp. 271-285, proceedings of the Chapman Conference on Collisionless Shocks in the Heliosphere, American Geophysical Union, 1985.
  25. Armstrong, T. P., J. C. Shields, P. R. Briggs and S. Eckes, Solar and Interplanetary Particles at 2 to 4 MeV during Solar Cycle 21: Solar Cycle Variations of Event Sizes and Compositions, Proc. 19th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (San Diego, August 11-23, 1985), 4, 192-195, 1985.
  26. Kessel, R. L., T. P. Armstrong, R. Nuber, and J. Bandle, Particle Acceleration Due to Shocks in the Interplanetary Field: High Time Resolution Data and Simulation Results, Proc.19th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (San Diego, August 11-23, 1985), 4, 174-177, 1985.
  27. Tholen, S. M. and T. P. Armstrong, Triggering of Magnetospheric Particle Bursts by SSC Events, in Proceedings of the Chapman Conference on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, eds. Y. Kamide and J. A. Slavin, Terra Scientific Publishing Co., Tokyo, pp. 381-390, 1986.
  28. Armstrong, T. P., C. M. Laird, D. Hudon, D. Venkatesan, S. Krishnaswamy, and T. Rosenberg, Polar Ionospheric Radio Wave Absorption Produced by Solar Flare Energetic Ions, Proc. 20th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Moscow, 1987), 3, 113-116, 1987.
  29. Feynman, Joan, T. P. Armstrong, L. Dao-Gibner, and S. Silverman, A New Proton Fluence Model for E>10 MeV, in Proceedings of the 1987 JPL Conference on the Interplanetary Particle Environment, JPL Publication 88-28, eds. J. Feynman and S. Gabriel, p. 58, 1988.
  30. Lanzerotti, L. J., C. G. Maclennan, P. J. White, R. E. Gold, E. C. Roelof, G. M. Simnett, S. E. Hawkins, K. A. Anderson, T. P. Armstrong, R. P. Lin, S. M. Krimigis, M. Pick, and E. T. Sarris, Low Energy Ion and Electron Measurements of the March-April 1991 Solar Events by Ulysses, Proc. 22nd International Cosmic Ray Conf. (Dublin, Ireland), 3, 181, 1991.
  31. Kocharov, G. E., L. G. Kocharov, G. A. Kovaltsov, M. A. Shea, D. F. Smart, T. P. Armstrong, K. R. Pyle, and E. I. Chuikin, Evidence for Extended Neutron and Gamma-Ray Generation During Two Solar Flares, Proc. 23rd International Cosmic Ray Conf. (July 19-30, 1993, Calgary, Canada), 3, 107-110, 1993.
  32. Boufaida, M., and T. P. Armstrong, Observations of 0.3 to 2.0 MeV Protons in the 1 to 5 AU Region With Voyager 1 and Ulysses Compared to IMP 8, Proc. 23rd International Cosmic Ray Conf. (July 19-30, 1993, Calgary, Canada), 3, 334-337, 1993.
  33. Desai, M. I., S. M. Simnett, S. J. Tappin, L. J. Lanzerotti, S. M. Krimigis, T. P. Armstrong, and E. T. Sarris, The Spectral Form and Evolution of Interplanetary Ion Events From Jupiter, Proc. 23rd International Cosmic Ray Conf. (July 19-30, 1993, Calgary, Canada), 3, 342-345, 1993.
  34. Armstrong, T. P., D. Venkatesan, A. G. Ananth, D. Anglin, and R. Burrows, Comparison of the Two Major Solar Proton Events at Ulysses During March 1991 and May-June 1991, Proc. 23rd International Cosmic Ray Conf. (July 19-30, 1993, Calgary, Canada), 3, 246-249, 1993.
  35. Roelof, E. C., G. M. Simnett, T. P. Armstrong, and L. J. Lanzerotti, Low-Energy Ion and Electron Events at Ulysses Beyond 5 AU and at IMP8 Near Earth, Proc. 23rd International Cosmic Ray Conf. (July 19-30, 1993, Calgary, Canada), 3, 338-341, 1993.
  36. Reiner, M. J., K. A. Anderson, E. Roelof, T. Armstrong, G. B. Hospodarsky, J. Fainberg, R. G. Stone, L. Lanzerotti, D. A. Gurnett, M. Pick, J. L. Phillips, and R. Forsyth, Ulysses/Galileo Observations of Type III Radio Bursts and Associated In-Situ Electrons and Langmuir Waves, Space Sci. Rev., 72, conference proceedings of the 28th ESLAB Symposium on the High Latitude Heliosphere, edited by R. G. Marsden, Kluwer Academic, p. 261, 1995.
  37. Pick, M., A. Buttighoffer, A. Kerdraon, T. P. Armstrong, E. C. Roelof, S. Hoang, L. J. Lanzerotti, G. M. Simnett, and J. Lemen, Ulysses Observations of a Coronal Origin Particle Event at 32° South Heliographic Latitude, Space Sci. Rev., 72, conference proceedings of the 28th ESLAB Symposium on the High Latitude Heliosphere, edited by R. G. Marsden, Kluwer Academic, p. 315, 1995.
  38. Roelof, E. C., G. M. Simnett, and T. P. Armstrong, IMF Connection for Solar Energetic Protons Observed at Ulysses via Recurrent Mid-Latitude Solar Wind Rarefaction Regions, Space Sci. Rev., 72, conference proceedings of the 28th ESLAB Symposium on the High Latitude Heliosphere, edited by R. G. Marsden, Kluwer Academic, p. 309, 1995.
  39. Armstrong, T. P., D. L. Gallagher, and C. L. Johnson, Magnetosphere Imager Science Definition Team--Executive Summary, NASA Reference Publication 1379, Marshall Space Flight Center, 1995.
  40. Manweiler, J. W., T. P. Armstrong, and T. E. Cravens, Modifications to Collisional Cross Sections Due to Complex Plasma Induced Grain Charge Distributions, Proc. Sixth Workshop on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas, pp. 22-32, eds. P. Shukla, D. A. Mendis, and V. Chow, World Scientific, 1996.
  41. Lanzerotti, L. J., C. G. Maclennan, R. E. Gold, S. M. Krimigis, T. P. Armstrong, and M. Pick, Low Energy Interplanetary Particles at Northern Solar Latitudes, Proc. 25th International Cosmic Ray Conf. (held July 30-Aug. 6, 1997, Durban, S. Africa), 1997.
  42. Manweiler, J. W., T. P. Armstrong, and T. E. Cravens, Coagulation of Dielectric Dust Grains Due to Variable Asymmetric Charging, in Physics of Dusty Plasmas, AIP Conference Proceedings 446, edited by M. Horanyi, S. Robertson, and B. Walch, pp. 12-31, AIP, New York, 1998.
  43. Lanzerotti, L. J., S. M. Krimigis, R. B. Decker, S. E. Hawkins III, R. E. Gold, E. C. Roelof, and T. P. Armstrong, Low Energy Particles in the Global Heliosphere 2001-2004: 1 to 90 AU, Space Sci. Rev., 97, conference proceedings of the 34th ESLAB Symposium on The 3-D Heliosphere at Solar Maximum, edited by R. G. Marsden, Kluwer, p. 243, 2001.
  44. Denker, C., 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.
  45. Gombosi, T. I., T. P. Armstrong, C. S. Arridge, K. K. Khurana, S. M. Krimigis, N. Krupp, A. M. Peerson, and M. F. Thomson, Saturn’s Magnetosphere Configuration, chapter 12 in Saturn from Cassini-Huygens, edited by M. K. Dougherty, L. W. Esposito, and S. M. Krimigis, Springer, 2009.

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