Tomas Karlsson
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First results of electric field and density observations by Cluster EFW based on initial months of operation
G Gustafsson, M André, T Carozzi, AI Eriksson, CG Fälthammar, R Grard, ...
Annales Geophysicae 19 (10/12), 1219-1240, 2001
On low‐altitude particle acceleration and intense electric fields and their relationship to black aurora
G Marklund, T Karlsson, J Clemmons
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 102 (A8), 17509-17522, 1997
Temporal evolution of the electric field accelerating electrons away from the auroral ionosphere
GT Marklund, N Ivchenko, T Karlsson, A Fazakerley, M Dunlop, ...
Nature 414 (6865), 724-727, 2001
Subauroral electric fields observed by the Freja satellite: A statistical study
T Karlsson, GT Marklund, LG Blomberg, A Mälkki
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 103 (A3), 4327-4341, 1998
Jets downstream of collisionless shocks
F Plaschke, H Hietala, M Archer, X Blanco-Cano, P Kajdiè, T Karlsson, ...
Space Science Reviews 214, 1-77, 2018
The solar orbiter radio and plasma waves (RPW) instrument
M Maksimovic, SD Bale, T Chust, Y Khotyaintsev, V Krasnoselskikh, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 642, A12, 2020
Investigating Mercury’s environment with the two-spacecraft BepiColombo mission
A Milillo, M Fujimoto, G Murakami, J Benkhoff, J Zender, S Aizawa, ...
Space science reviews 216, 1-78, 2020
In situ observations of a magnetosheath high‐speed jet triggering magnetopause reconnection
H Hietala, TD Phan, V Angelopoulos, M Oieroset, MO Archer, T Karlsson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (4), 1732-1740, 2018
Cold and warm electrons at comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
AI Eriksson, IAD Engelhardt, M André, R Boström, NJT Edberg, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 605, A15, 2017
A statistical study of intense low‐altitude electric fields observed by Freja
T Karlsson, GT Marklund
Geophysical research letters 23 (9), 1005-1008, 1996
On the origin of magnetosheath plasmoids and their relation to magnetosheath jets
T Karlsson, A Kullen, E Liljeblad, N Brenning, H Nilsson, H Gunell, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 120 (9), 7390-7403, 2015
Observations of the electric field fine structure associated with the westward traveling surge and large‐scale auroral spirals
GT Marklund, T Karlsson, LG Blomberg, PA Lindqvist, CG Fälthammar, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 103 (A3), 4125-4144, 1998
Localized density enhancements in the magnetosheath: Three‐dimensional morphology and possible importance for impulsive penetration
T Karlsson, N Brenning, H Nilsson, JG Trotignon, X Vallières, G Facsko
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 117 (A3), 2012
On the relation between solar wind, pseudobreakups, and substorms
A Kullen, T Karlsson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 109 (A12), 2004
In situ spatiotemporal measurements of the detailed azimuthal substructure of the substorm current wedge
C Forsyth, AN Fazakerley, IJ Rae, CE J. Watt, K Murphy, JA Wild, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 119 (2), 927-946, 2014
Investigation of subauroral ion drifts and related field-aligned currents and ionospheric Pedersen conductivity distribution
S Figueiredo, T Karlsson, GT Marklund
Annales Geophysicae 22 (3), 923-934, 2004
Simulations of effects of small-scale auroral current closure in the return current region
T Karlsson, G Marklund
Physics of space plasmas 15, 401, 1998
Altitude distribution of the auroral acceleration potential determined from Cluster satellite data at different heights
GT Marklund, S Sadeghi, T Karlsson, PA Lindqvist, H Nilsson, C Forsyth, ...
Physical review letters 106 (5), 055002, 2011
Waves in high-speed plasmoids in the magnetosheath and at the magnetopause
H Gunell, G Stenberg Wieser, M Mella, R Maggiolo, H Nilsson, ...
Annales geophysicae 32 (8), 991-1009, 2014
Separating spatial and temporal variations in auroral electric and magnetic fields by Cluster multipoint measurements
T Karlsson, GT Marklund, S Figueiredo, T Johansson, S Buchert
Annales Geophysicae 22 (7), 2463-2472, 2004
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