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Dr. Daniel N. Baker Vita – Page 1 Table of Contents DANIEL N. BAKER .......................................................................................................................................... 1 PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS: Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics .......................................... 1 E-MAIL ADDRESS ....................................................................................................................................... 1 EDUCATION ............................................................................................................................................... 1 CURRENT POSITIONS................................................................................................................................. 1 RESEARCH AREAS: ......................................................................................................................................... 1 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: ........................................................................................................................ 1 MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INCLUDING OFFICES HELD: ......................................... 1 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE: ............................................................................... 2 OUTREACH: ........................................................................................................................................... 2 Non-print Media: .................................................................................................................................. 2 Editorships: ........................................................................................................................................... 3 Referee: ................................................................................................................................................. 3 Consultation: ......................................................................................................................................... 4 Committees/Panels: .............................................................................................................................. 4 Administration: ..................................................................................................................................... 4 Service: .................................................................................................................................................. 4 Member: ............................................................................................................................................... 6 GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ........................................... 8 RESEARCH INTERESTS: .................................................................................................................................. 8 LISTINGS: ....................................................................................................................................................... 9 AWARDS, HONORS, CITATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS: ................................................................................. 9 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES: ...................................................................................................................... 11 GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ......................................... 12 ORCID ID: 0000-0001-5909-0926 ............................................................................................................ 12 PUBLICATIONS............................................................................................................................................. 12 1973 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1974 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1975 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1976 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1977 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 1978 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13 1979 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13

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PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS: Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics .......................................... 1
E-MAIL ADDRESS ....................................................................................................................................... 1
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE: ............................................................................... 2
OUTREACH: ........................................................................................................................................... 2
GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ........................................... 8
RESEARCH INTERESTS: .................................................................................................................................. 8
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES: ...................................................................................................................... 11
GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL) ......................................... 12
ORCID ID: 0000-0001-5909-0926 ............................................................................................................ 12
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DANIEL N. BAKER
E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email protected] EDUCATION: B.A. University of Iowa, 1969 M.S. University of Iowa, 1973 Ph.D. University of Iowa, 1974 CURRENT POSITIONS: Institute Director, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado Boulder
Endowed/Named Professor, Research, Research & Innovation Office Distinguished Professor, Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences
Department, University of Colorado Boulder Distinguished Professor, Physics Department, University of Colorado Boulder
RESEARCH AREAS: Magnetospheric Phenomena, Nonlinear Dynamics, Planetary Studies, Plasma Physics
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 1967-1969: Research Aide, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy (U. of Iowa)
1970-1974: Graduate Research Assistant, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy (U. of Iowa) 1974-1975: Research Associate, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy (U. of Iowa) 1975-1977: Research Fellow, Div. of Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy (California Institute of Technology) 1977-1981: Staff Member, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory 1981-1987: Group Leader, Space Plasma Physics, Earth and Space Science Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory 1987-1994: Laboratory Chief, Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences Directorate, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INCLUDING OFFICES HELD: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) - Elected Fellow of AAAS 2006 American Geophysical Union (AGU) since 1973 - Elected Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 1994 - Governing Council (2002) - Magnetospheric Secretary of SPA Section (1988-1990) - National Hazards Panel (1996-2000) - Nominations Committee (2006-2007) - President of Space Physics and Aeronomy Section (2002-2004) - Past President, AGU Space Physics and Aeronomy Section (2004-2006) - Real Estate Committee (1991-1994)
- Section President (2000) - Special Session Organizer/Convenor of AGU Meetings (1997-continuing) American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) - Elected Associate Fellow (2013) - Elected Fellow (2016) American Meteorological Society Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) - Commission D Commission D Representative (1986-1992) - Full Member (1998) International Academy of Astronautics (1993) International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) - US Delegate to IAGA (1996-2003) International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) - US Representative to IUGG (1996-2010) National Academy of Engineering (2010) National Academy of Sciences - Elected National Associate (2004) - Space Studies Board (1995-2012) Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP) - Executive Secretary of Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP) (1995- 2004) - Project Scientist of US Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP) (1996- 1997) Sigma Xi (Elected 1974) University of Colorado Research and Innovation Advisory Board (2016)
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE:
OUTREACH: Quoted in press release of Congressman Ed Perlmutter’s Office for passage
of the Promoting Research and Observations of Space Weather to Improve the Forecasting of Tomorrow (PROSWIFT) Act, 16 September 2020.
Quoted in press release of Congressman Ed Perlmutter’s Office, Gardner and Peters’ Bipartisan Bill to Predict and Mitigate Space Weather Signed Into Law, 21 October 2020.
NON-PRINT MEDIA: Developed Space Weather video for NSF (2005) Featured in article "Satellite 'safe zone' isn't that safe after all" by R.R. Britt,
of MSNBC Space.com. 2004. Featured in article "Space no place for cheap satellites" by Celeste Biever,
New Scientist.com news service, December 2004 Featured in article "The Sun's Magnetic Attack" by Robert Irion, Science
Magazine, December 16, 2004. Featured in Science, Discovery.com, News24 (South Africa), New Zealand
Herald, The UK Register, USA Today, Colorado Daily, Daily Camera, San Francisco Chronicle, Christian Science Monitor, Boston Herald, Rocky Mountain News, New Scientist, Denver Post, CNN/Space.com, Space Daily, BBC Radio, "Mars Rising" on Discovery Channel, and many other newspapers and magazines. (2003-continuing)
Interviewed for article "'Safe' area in space turns into radiation shooting gallery", by Lee Bowman, published by Scripps Howard News Service, Dec 17, 2004.
Interviewed for article "Satellites in 'safe zone' vulnerable to solar storms" by Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News, December 16, 2004.
Interviewed for article “What We Don't Know About the Sun”, by Gregg Easterbrook, The Atlantic, Jan/Feb 2012.
NASA news release: “Earth’s safe zone became hot during legendary sun storms,” December 16, 2004.
New animation of Sun-Earth system developed for NASA (used in news conferences and Space Science Updates (2004)
Space Weather videos for NSF and NASA (2005) Sun-Earth Connections videos (2004-2008) Television appearances (e.g., with Nick Carter of Channel 9 Feature; and on
Channel 7 concerning space weather) (2004) Two videos showing "Solar-Magnetospheric Coupling Processes (1996-1997) Video for NASA "A Synoptic View of the Earth's Radiation Belts: SAMPEX"
(1994) Video for NASA HQ "Yohkou-SAMPEX Comparisons: Relativistic Electrons
and Solar Coronal Holes" (1995) Interviewed by BBC for documentary, 29-30 September 2019. Interviewed by New York Times for article “From Dubai to Mars, With Stops
in Colorado and Japan “, 22 January 2020, published 16 February 2020. Interviewed by Mariah Stewart of INSIGHT in Diversity Magazine on topic of
Diversity in Space Science, July 2020. CU on the Air Podcast, “CU Boulder Team Builds Hope for Trek to Mars”, 8
September 2020 Video for COSPAR Smallsat Town Hall Webinar, Asia, Task Group on
Establishing a Constellation of Small Satellites (TGCSS), 29 September 2020
EDITORSHIPS: Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics (1997-1998) Co-Editor of Encyclopedia of Planetary Landforms, Springer Press COSPAR Symposium on Magnetic Reconnection (1997) Geophysical Research Letters (1976-1979 and 2003-2006) Journal of Atmospheric and Solar Terrestrial Physics (1998-continuing) Space Science Review Special Issue (2005) Space Weather (2003-continuing) Special Issue of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (1998) Co-Editor, Wiley Geophysical Mongraph Series 196, Extreme Events and
Natural Hazards: The Complexity Perspective (2014) Co-Editor, Wiley Geophysical Mongraph Series 199, Dynamics of the Earth’s
Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere (2014)
REFEREE: Geophys. Res. Lett. (1976-present) International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) (1996)
J. Atmos. Terres. Phys. (1990-present) J. Geophys. Res. (1972-present) NASA proposals (1980-present) NSF proposals (1980-present) Planetary Space Sci. (1980-present)
CONSULTATION: SAIC, Inc., (1998-2005) Ball Aerospace (2001-2005) Science Technology Corp. (STC) (2003-2005) Los Alamos National Laboratory (2004-continuing) USRA Issues and Program Committee (2004-continuing) Command Technologies, Inc. (2005-2007) Space Coast Intelligent Solutions (2008-continuing) Booz, Allen, Hamilton (2009-2011) Titular Advisor to Rebecca Jolitz (2018-)
COMMITTEES/PANELS: AGU Panel on Long-Term Observations (1985-1988) NASA Mission Payload Review Panels (1998-continuing) AGU Space Station Advisory Panel (2000-2005) AGU Panel on Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Interactions (2001-
2003) AGU Panel on Nonlinear Modeling in Geophysics (2002-2003)
ADMINISTRATION: Chancellor's Federal Relations Advisory Committee (2003-continuing) Director, Center for Limb Atmospheric Sounding (CLAS) (2001-continuing) Director, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of
Colorado Boulder, CO (1994-present) Director/Chair, LASP Executive Committee (1994-present) External Advisory Board Aerospace Engineering Department (1998-
continuing) LASP strategic planning process (2003-continuing)
SERVICE: Astrophysics and Planetary Sciences Department (APS) Joint Faculty Chair, AGU Electronic Publishing Committee (2002-2004) Chair, AGU Nominations Committee (2004) Chair, AGU SPA Nominations Committee (2006) Chair, Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) Satellite System
Review Panel (1998-continuing) Chair, Boulder Matrix Space Advisory Group (2003-2004) Chair, Convenor, Core Technologies Conference (2002) Chair, Electronic Geophysical Year Steering Committee (2005-2009) Chair, Electronic Publications Review Panel (AGU) (2002) Chair, Graduate School/Institute Directors Group (1998)
Dr. Daniel N. Baker Vita – Page 5
Chair, Huntsville Conference on Space Physics Organizing Committee (2005) Chair, IGY+50 Task Force, IAGA (2003-continuing) Chair, International Heliophysical Year Planning Group (2003); Member,
International Heliophysical Year Planning Group (2004-2006) Chair, Los Alamos National Laboratory NIS External Advisory Council (1996) Chair, NASA Mercury Orbiter Science Definition Team (1996-2000) Chair, NAS/NRC Committee on Solar and Space Physics (CSSP) (2004-2012) Chair, NASA Living With a Star MOWG (2003-2004) Chair, NRC Workshop Organizing Committee on Solar Systems Radiation
Environment and NASA's Vision for Space Exploration (2005-2006) Chair, Organizing Committee Space Weather Economic Impacts Workshop
(NAS) (2007-2009) Chair, CU Research/Creative Works Task Force (2000) Chair, Search Committee Atmospheric and Space Physics Department Chair, Space Studies Board Task Group on "Assessment of Mission Size
Trade-offs" (2000) Chair, STEP Results, Applications and Modeling Phase (S-RAMP) (1997-2004) Chair, USRA Council Nominating Committee (2000) Chair and Member, USRA Council on Institutes (1998-continuing) Vice Chair, Council of Institutions (2016) Chair, USRA Strategic Planning Steering Committee (2001) Co-Chair, GEM Summer Workshop (1996-1997) Co-Chair, Program Committee International Workshop of Plasma
Experiments in the Laboratory and in Space (1995-1998) Co-Chair, SCOSTEP 10th Quadrennial meeting Committee (2000-2003) Co-Convenor, CDAW-9 (1988-1995) Co-Convenor, Chapman Conference on Magnetotail Physics (1996) Co-Convenor, Gordon Conference on Space Plasmas (1994-1996) Co-Convenor, International Union of Geophysics and Geodesy (IUGG) (1994-
1995) Co-Convenor, International Workshop on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1997-
continuing) Convenor of American Geophysical Union Front Range Branch Annual
Meeting (1996) Convenor of COSPAR Symposium on Magnetic Reconnection (1996) Convenor of Special Sessions: American Geophysical Union Annual Meetings
(1985-continuing) Convenor, NATO Advanced Study Institute Summer Meeting (2000) Co-Convenor International Union of Geophysics and Geodesy (1994-1995) Convenor of American Geophysical Union Front Range Branch Annual
Meeting (1996) Convenor of COSPAR Symposium on Magnetic Reconnection (1996) Member of a Dissertation Committee/Thesis Advisor Member, Vice Chancellor's Research Cabinet Reviewer (Geophysical Research Letters, Journal of Atmospheric and
Terrestrial Physics, Journal of Geophysical Research, Nature, Nature Geoscience, Icarus, and Planetary and Space Science)
Student Advising
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2011: Co-Convenor: AGU Chapman Conference on Dynamcis of the Earth’s Radiation Belts and Inner Magnetosphere
Vice Chair, Commission 1, International Academy of Astronautics, (2007- 2013)
2013: Co-Convenor: International Workshop on Solar-Terrestrial Physics 2017: Reviewer: The National Academies Press, Report Series – Committee
on Solar and Space Physics, Heliophysics Science Centers Chair, COSPAR Task Group on Establishing a Constellation of Small Satellites
(TGCSS), (2020-continuing)
MEMBER: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Fellow Advisory Group to Graduate Dean Institute/Directors Committee (1994) AGU Governing Council (2002) AGU National Hazards Panel (1996-2000) AGU Nominations Committee (2006-2007) AGU Real Estate Committee (1991-1994) Boulder Matrix Space Advisory Group (2005-continuing) Boulder Solar Alliance (2006-continuing) Center for Space Physics Advisory Committee (1990-1996) Chapman Conference on Space Weather Organizing Committee (2000) Clementine Science Working Team, (1991-1995) CLUSTER Science Working Team (1999-continuing) Committee on Data Management and Computation (1986-1987) Committee on Solar and Space Physics (1984-1986) Committee on Solar and Space Physics: A Community Assessment and
Strategy for the Future (2001-2003) Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), (Member, Commission D)
(continuing) Committee on the Scientific Context for Space Exploration (2004-2005) External Advisory Board (Aerospace Engineering) External Review Committee Canadian Network for Space Research (1995-
continuing) Flagship 2030 Steering Committee (2006-2007) Global Geospace Science Working Team (1999-2005) Huntsville Conference on Space Physics Organizing Committee (2004-2006) IAGA Bureau (Ex Officio) (2003-2004) IAGA Executive Committee (2007-continuing) IAGA National Delegate (1998-2004) IAGA US Representative of International Association for Geomagnetism and
Aeronomy (1997) IGY+50 Advisory Committee (IUGG) (2002-continuing) International Conference on Substorms Organizing Committee (2000) International Space Science Institute Working Group (2003-continuing) International Space Weather Conference Organizing Committee (2001-
2004) IUGG International Heliophysical Year Planning Group, IGY+50 Advisory
Committee (2002)
IUGG US Representative of International Union of Geophysics and Geodesy (1997)
Joint Action Group (JAG) National Weather Program Assessment (NSWPA) (2004-continuing)
MESSENGER/Mercury Orbiter Science Working Team (2003-continuing) NAS/Space Studies Board Decadal Survey (2001) NASA Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission Science Team (1998-continuing) NASA Space Technology Management Operations Working Group (1998) National Academies: Chair, Steering Committee National Academy of Engineering (NAE) National Academy of Science (NAS) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): Member, NASA
Planetary Data System Committee National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): Member National Academy of Sciences/Space Studies Board Atmosphere-
Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Coupling Panel (2003) National Academy of Sciences/Space Studies Board Executive Committee
(1997-continuing) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Member
Strategic Planning Group (External) National Science Foundation (NSF), Geosciences Advisory Committee NRC Committee on an Assessment of Balance in NASA's Science Programs
(2006) NSF Advisory Panel on Faculty Development in Space Sciences (2002-2003) Organizing Committee for the 8th International Space Physics
Subcommittee (1993-1996) Organizing Committee of 31st ESLAB Symposium (1997) Organizing Committee, Chapman Conference on Storm-Substorm Relations
(2001) Organizing Committee, ESPRIT Space weather Conference (2003) Organizing Committee, Workshop on Radiation Belts (2000-continuing) Polar Science Working Team (1998-2008) Program Committee of Solar Terrestrial Predictions Workshop (1996-1997) Project Scientist of POLAR Project (1993-1994) Project Scientist of SAMPEX Project (1993-1994) Radiation Belt Storm Probe Science Team (2005-continuing) SAMPEX Science Working Team (1992-continuing) Scientist of Grand Tour Cluster Study (1993-1994) SCOSTEP International Bureau (2000-2002) SCOSTEP Steering Committee (1996-continuing) SCOSTEP Member Southwest Research Sigma XI (Member) Institute (SwRI) Elected Advisory Trustee (2016) SPA Nominations Committee, AGU Space Physics Research Lab (U. of Mich.) Review Committee (2004-2006) Space Station Advisory panel, AGU (2000-continuing) Space Studies Board National Academy of Sciences (1995-continuing)
Dr. Daniel N. Baker Vita – Page 8
Space Weather Working Group (1996-1998) Steering Committee for the Workshop on Reducing Space Science Research
Mission Costs (1996-1997) Sun-Earth Connection Roadmap Committee (1996-2000) Sun-Earth Connections (NASA) Advisory committee (1988-2002) Symposium on Solar Terrestrial Research, (1994-1995) University of Colorado Graduate School, Member, Institute Directors Group
(2003-continuing) University of Colorado Research and Innovation Advisory Board (2016) University of Colorado Aerospace Engineering Department (ASEN) Member
External Advisory Board University of Colorado Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences (APS) Member University of Colorado Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences (APS) Joint
Faculty, Member – Awards and Honors Committee University of Colorado Chancellor's Federal Relations Advisory Committee
(FRAC) University of Northern Iowa Member, External Advisory Board, Department
of Earth Sciences University Space Research Association (USRA) Council on Institutes
Representative (1998-continuing) University Space Research Association (USRA), Elected Vice Chair, Council on
Institutes (2016) US Delegation to the 22nd IUGG General Assembly (1999) US National Committee for the International Union of Geodesy and
Geophysics (1996-2003) US Solar Terrestrial Energy Program (STEP) (1995) US-Finnish Workshop Organizing Committee (1997) USRA Astrophysics and Space Physics Council (1998-2003) USRA Board of Directors (1997) USRA Budget Committee (1996-1997) USRA Strategic Planning Steering Committee (2002) Workshop on Radiation Belts (Organizing Committee) Vice Chancellor for Research (VCR) Research Cabinet (2004-continuing) Vision 2010: University without Walls Committee (2002-2004)
GRANTED US PATENT # 5673366 (SWIFT: SPACE WEATHER FORECAST TOOL)
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Dr. Daniel Baker is Director of the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the
University of Colorado-Boulder and is Distinguished Professor of Planetary and Space Physics, Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, and Professor of Physics there. He holds the Moog-Broad Reach Endowed Chair of Space Sciences at CU. His primary research interest is the study of plasma physical and energetic particle phenomena in planetary magnetospheres and in the Earth's vicinity. He conducts research in space instrument design, space physics data analysis, and magnetospheric modeling. Dr. Baker obtained his Ph.D. degree with James A. Van Allen at the University of Iowa. Following postdoctoral work at the California Institute of Technology with Edward C. Stone, he joined the physics research staff at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and became Leader of the Space Plasma Physics Group at LANL in 1981. From 1987 to 1994, he was the Chief of the Laboratory for Extraterrestrial
Dr. Daniel N. Baker Vita – Page 9
Physics at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. From 1994 to present he has been at the University of Colorado. Dr. Baker has published over 800 papers in the refereed literature and has edited eight books on topics in space physics. He is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics and the U.S. National Academy of Engineering. He currently is an investigator on several NASA space missions including the MESSENGER mission to Mercury, the Magnetospheric MultiScale (MMS) mission, and the Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) mission.
Dr. Baker has won numerous awards for his research efforts and for his management activities including recognition by the Institute for Scientific Information as being “Highly Cited” in space science (2002), being awarded the Mindlin Foundation Lectureship at the University of Washington (2003) and being selected as a National Associate of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (2004). Dr. Baker was chosen as a 2007 winner of the University of Colorado’s Robert L. Stearns Award for outstanding research, service, and teaching. In 2010, he was awarded the University of Colorado’s Boulder Faculty Assembly Distinguished Research Lecturer Award. Dr. Baker was the 2010 winner of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) James A. Van Allen Space Environment Award and Medal. Dr. Baker is the 2015 Kavli Foundation Plenary Lectureship winner for the American Astronomical Society. He is also the 2015 winner of the Vikram A. Sarabhai Professorship of the Indian Physical Research Laboratory. Dr. Baker recently served on several national and international scientific committees including the Chairmanship of the National Research Council Committee on Solar and Space Physics. Dr. Baker served as President of the Space Physics and Aeronomy section of the American Geophysical Union (2002-2004) and he presently serves on advisory panels of the U.S. Air Force and the National Science Foundation. He was a member of the National Research Council’s 2003 Decadal Survey Panel for solar and space physics and he was a member of the 2006 Decadal Re-view of the U.S. National Space Weather Program. Dr. Baker completed service recently as chair of the National Academies 2013- 2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics.
LISTINGS: American Men and Women in Science Men of Achievement (16th Ed.) Who's Who in Technology Today Who's Who in the West Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America Who's Who in America
AWARDS, HONORS, CITATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS: 1974: Elected to Sigma Xi 1974: NASA Public Service Group Award 1986 and 2001: Space Studies Board Service Commendation (CSSP) 1986: National Research Council Service Commendation (CODMAC) 1987: Selected to U.S. Senior Executive Service 1989: NASA Group Achievement Award (SPAN) 1992: Senior Executive Excellence Award 1993: Elected to International Academy of Astronautics 1993: GSFC Outstanding Performance Award 1993: NASA Group Achievement Award (SAMPEX Spacecraft Development) 1994: Elected as Fellow of American Geophysical Union 1994: NASA Scientific Group Achievement Award
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1996: Honorable Mention Association of American Publishers, Inc. Professional Scholarly Publishing Division
1996: Honorable Mention, Geography and Earth Science 1998: Association of American Publishers Best Professional and Scholarly Book Award 1998: NASA Scientific Group Achievement Awards (2) 1998: Received two NASA "Outstanding Scientific Achievement" awards, 2000: Best book Award for Physics and Astronomy, awarded by the Association of American
Publishers for "New Perspectives on the Earth's Magnetotail" 2000: Elected Section President, American Geophysical Union 2000: Elected President of Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of American Geophysical Un-ion 2002-2004: President of Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of American Geophysical Union 2002: Institute of Scientific Information, “Highly Cited” Commendation 2003: Included in Who's Who in Sciences Higher Education 2003: Mindlin Foundation Lectureship and Prize (U. of Washington) 2003: Selected for inclusion in the AcademiKeys Who's Who in Sciences Higher Education (WWSHE) 2004: Chosen National Associate of National Academy of Science 2006: Certificate of Recognition, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Beijing, 2006: Elected as Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2007: Robert L. Stearns Award, Alumni Association, U. of Colorado 2008: Certificate of Appreciation: University of Michigan Space Physics Research Lab (SPRL) 2008: Space Studies Board/National Research Council Certificate of Recognition: Commemorating IGY 2010: James A. Van Allen Space Environments Award/Medal (American Institute of Aeronautics
and Astronautics 2010: Citation and Award from National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India 2010: Membership: National Academy of Engineering 2010: University of Colorado Boulder Faculty Assembly, Distinguished Research Lecturer Award 2010: Distinguished Research Lectureship (conferred by Research and Innovation Office) 2011: Troitskaya-Cole Lecturer, awarded at the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics
Quadrennial meeting 2012: American Astronomical Society (AAS) Popular Writing Award 2012: American Geophysical Union, Van Allen/Bowie Lectureship 2013: Asia Oceania Geophysical Society (AOGS) Distinguished Research Award and Lectureship 2013: Member, International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) 2013: Member, International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) (ongoing) 2013: Member, International Space Science Institute (ISSI) (ongoing) 2013: Member, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) (ongoing) 2013: Chair, LASP Business Committee (ongoing) 2013: Chair, LASP Executive Committee (ongoing) 2013: Member, Proposal Development Committee (PDC) 2013: Elected as Fellow (Assoc.) of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 2014: University of Colorado Distinguished Professor Award 2015: Solar and Terrestrial Sciences Distinguished Lectureship, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) 2015: American Astronomical Society (AAS) Kavli Prize Lectureship Award 2015: Shen Kuo Award for Interdisciplinary Achievements, International Association of Geomagnetism
and Aeronomy (IAGA) 2015: Vikram A. Sarabhai Professorship Award, Indian Physical Research Laboratory 2015: Distinguished Professorship (University of Colorado President), conferred by University of
Colorado President, 2015
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2015: International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Member 2015: International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) 2016: Advisory Trustee, Southwest Research Institute 2016: Elected as Fellow of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) 2016: Vice Chair, USRA Council of Institutions 2016: Governor’s Award for High-Impact Research (Colorado Leveraging Assets for Better
Science), Conferred by Colorado Leveraging Assets for Better Science, 2013. 2017: Appointed Full Professor in ASEN 2017: Elected Chair of Section 12 of National Academy of Engineering 2017: Interviewed by BBC: “Space Weather” 2017: Interviewed by KGNU: “Space Shield for Satellites” 2017: Student Hong Zhao received AGU Scarf Award 2018: Featured in "The Spinning Magnet" by Alanna Mitchell, published by Dutton Press, 2018. 2018: Awarded 2018 William Bowie Medal at Fall AGU Meeting Honors Ceremony 2019: Awarded 2019 Hannes Alfven Medal, Vienna, April 2019: for outstanding, multi-faceted
contributions to the near-Earth space plasma environment research and predictions, Earth’s radiation belt environment monitoring, and planetary space plasma studies.
2019: Education Award, UAE Ministry of Education for Distinguished Scientific Leadership for Academic Year 2019/2020.
2019: Societal and Economic Impacts of Space Weather, Invitation to give 37th Herzfeld Lecture at Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, April 25, 2019.
2019: Top Downloaded Paper of 2018-2019, paper has been recognized as one of the most read in Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, Wiley.
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES: ARGENTINA AUSTRALIA AUSTRIA BULGARI CANADA CHINA CZECHOSLAVAKIA FINLAND FRANCE GERMANY GREECE HONG KONG HUNGARY INDIA JAPAN MEXICO NETHERLAND NEWFOUNDLAND NEW ZEALAND NORWAY POLAND PORTUGAL RUSSIA
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PUBLICATIONS
1973 1. Baker, D.N., University of Iowa Pioneer 10 and 11 Instrument Calibration, Univ. of Iowa Rep., 73-
16, October, 1973.
1974 2. Van Allen, J.A., D.N. Baker, B.A. Randall, M.F. Thomsen, D.D. Sentman, and H.R. Flindt, Energetic
Electrons in the Magnetosphere of Jupiter, Science, 183(4122), 309-311, 25 January 1974, doi:10.1126/science.183.4122.309.
3. Baker, D.N., Energetic particle fluxes and spectra in the Jovian magnetosphere, Ph.D. Thesis Iowa Univ., Iowa City, 1974.
4. Van Allen, J.A., D.N. Baker, B.A. Randall, and D.D. Sentman, The magnetosphere of Jupiter as observed with Pioneer 10, 1. Instrument and Principal Findings, J. Geophys. Res., 79(25), 3559- 3557, 1 September 1974, doi:10.1029/ja079i025p03559.
1975 5. Van Allen, J.A., B.A. Randall, D.N. Baker, C.K. Goertz, D.D. Sentman, M.F. Thomsen, and H.R.
Flindt, Pioneer 11 observations of energetic particles in the Jovian magnetosphere, Science, 188(4187), 459-462, 2 May 1975, doi:10.1126/science.188.4187.459.
6. Baker, D.N., Stone, E.C., Vogt, R.E, Ackerson, K.L, Frank, L.A, Correlation of Electrons EE greater than 0.24 MeV with Low-energy Electrons (50 EV equal to or less than EE equal to or less than 45 KEV) in Earths Magnetotail. Transcations Ameircan Geophysical Union, 56(12), 1046, 1975.
1976 7. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Van Allen, Energetic electrons in the Jovian magnetosphere, J. Geophys.
Res., 81(4), 617-632, 1 February 1976, doi: 10.1029/JA081i004p00617. 8. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, Energetic electron anisotropies in the magnetotail: identification of
open and closed field lines, Geophys. Res. Letters, 3, 557, 1976. 9. Baker, D.N., and C.K. Goertz, Radial diffusion in Jupiter's magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 81(8),
5215-5218, 1976, doi: 10.1029/JA081i028p05215.
1977 10. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Van Allen, Revised Pioneer 10 absolute electron intensities in the inner
Jovian magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 82(4), 681-683, 1 February 1977, doi:10.1029/JA082i004p00681.
11. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, The magnetopause electron layer along the distant magnetotail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 4(4), 133-136, April 1977, doi:10.1029/GL004i004p00133.
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12. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, Observations of energetic electrons (E > 200 keV) in the Earth's magnetotail: Plasma sheet and fireball observations, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 82(10), 1532-1546, 1977, doi:10.1029/JA082i010p01532.
13. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, The relationship of energy flow at the magnetopause to geomagnetic activity, Geophys. Res. Letters, 4(10), 395-398, October 1977, doi:10.1029/GL004i010p00395.
1978 14. Baker, D.N., and E.C. Stone, The magnetopause energetic electron layer, 1, Observations along
the distant magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A9), 4327-4338, 1September 978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA09p04327.
15. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, High- resolution energetic particle measurements at 6.6 RE, 3, Low-energy electron anisotropies and short-term substorm predictions, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A10), 4863-4868, 1 October 1978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA10p04863.
16. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., High-resolution energetic particle measurements at 6.6 RE, 2, High-energy proton drift echoes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A10), 4857-4862, 1 October 1978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA10p04857.
17. Higbie, P.R., R.D. Belian, and D.N. Baker, High-resolution energetic particle measurements at 6.6 RE, 1, Electron micropulsations, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 83(A10), 4851-4855, 1 October 978, doi:10.1029/JA083iA10p04851.
1979 16. Baker, D.N., P. Stauning, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Strong electron pitch angle
diffusion observed at geostationary orbit, Geophys. Res. Letters, 6(3), 205-208, March 1979, doi:10.1029/GL006i003p00205.
17. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Do Jovian electrons influence the terrestrial outer radiation zone?, Geophys. Res. Letters, 6(6), 531-534, June 1979, doi:10.1029/GL006i006p00531.
18. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., High-energy magnetospheric protons and their dependence on geomagnetic and interplanetary conditions, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 84(A12), 7138-7154, 1 December 1979, doi:10.1029/JA084iA12p07138.
19. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, The use of >30 keV electron anisotropies at 6.6 RE to predict magnetospheric substorms, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. IV, p. B-12, Boulder, CO 1979.
20. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Prediction of high-energy (>0.3 MeV) substorm-related magnetospheric particles, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. IV, p. B-1, Boulder, CO, 1979.
21. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Evolution of substorm and quiet-time electron anisotropies (30 < Ee < 300 keV) at 6.6 RE, Proceedings of the International Solar- Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. IV, p. B-23, Boulder, CO, 1979.
22. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and R.D. Belian, Pitch angle distributions of >30 keV electrons at geostationary altitudes, Quantitative Modeling of Magnetospheric Processes, Vol. 21, American Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1979.
23. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, V. Domingo, W.L. Imhof, R.L. McPherron, W.N. Spjeldvik, D.J. Williams, J.R. Burrows, and H. Hayakawa, Short term magnetospheric particle variations (1 min < T < 1 day), Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. II, p. 433, Boulder, CO, 1979.
24. Paulikas, G.A., D.N. Baker, W.R. Barron, V. Domingo, P.R. Higbie, W.L. Imhof, L.R. Lyons, R.L. McPherron, E.C. Roelof, M. Scholer, M.A. Shea, D.F. Smart, W.N. Spjeldvik, and J.I. Ve, Prediction of energetic particle disturbances, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. II, p. 415, Boulder, CO, 1979.
25. Tsurutani, B.T., and D.N. Baker, Substorm warnings: An ISEE-3 real time data system, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Eos, 60(41), 701-703, 9 October 1979, doi:10.1029/eo060i041p00701.
26. Tsurutani, B.T., and D.N. Baker, A real-time ISEE data system, Proceedings of the International Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Workshop, Vol. III, p. 464, Boulder, CO, 1979.
1980 27. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Multi-spacecraft observations of energetic electron flux
pulsations at 6.6 RE, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 85(A12), 6709-6718, 1 December 1980, doi:10.1029/JA085iA12p06709.
28. Garrett, H.B., D.C. Schwank, P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Comparison between the 30-80 keV electron channels on ATS-6 and 1976-059A during conjunction and application to spacecraft charging prediction, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 85(A3), 1155-1162, 1 March 1980, doi:10.1029/JA085iA03p01155.
1981 29. Baker, D.N., P. Stauning, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Near-equatorial high-
resolution measurements of electron precipitation at L I 6.6, J. Geophys. Res., 86, 2295, 1981. 30. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., J.B. Payne, and W.C. Feldman, A high time resolution study of
interplanetary parameter correlations with AE, Geophys. Res. Letters, 8, 179, 1981. 31. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and P. Stauning, Global properties of the
magnetosphere during a substorm growth phase: A case study, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 86(A11), 8941-8956, 1 October 1981, doi:10.1029/JA086iA11p08941.
32. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, W.P. Aiello, E.W. Hones, Jr., E.R. Tech, M.F. Halbig, J.B. Payne, R. Robinson, and S. Kedge, The Los Alamos geostationary orbit synoptic data set: A compilation of energetic particle data, Los Alamos National Laboratory report, LA-8843, August 1981.
33. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, S.J. Bame, and J.R. Asbridge, Timing of energetic proton enhancements relative to magnetospheric substorm activity and its implication for substorm theories, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 86(A3), 1415-1421, 1 March 1981, doi:10.1029/JA086iA03p01415.
34. Hones, E.W., Jr., D.N. Baker, and W.C. Feldman, Evaluation of some geophysical events on 22 September 1979 (for limited distribution only) LA-8672-MS, 1981.
35. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, J.B. Payne, and W.C. Feldman, A high time resolution study of interplanetary parameter correlations with AE, Geophysical Research Lett., 8(2), 179-182, February 1981, doi:10.1029/GL008i002p00179.
36. Baker, D.N., P. Stauning, E.W. Hones, Jr., P.R. Higbie, and R.D. Belian, Near-equatorial, high- resolution measurements of electron precipitation at L6.6, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 86(A4), 2295-2313, 1 April 1981, doi:10.1029/JA086iA04p02295.
1982 37. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, B. Wilken, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Kaye, M.G. Kivelson, T.E. Moore, W.
Studemann. A.J. Masley, P.H. Smith, and A.L. Vampola, Observation and modeling of energetic particles at synchronous orbit on July 29, 1977, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 5917- 5932, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p05917.
38. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.P. Lepping, and P. Stauning, Multiple spacecraft and correlated riometer study of magnetospheric substorm phenomena, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 6121-6136, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p06121.
39. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, E.W. Hones, and R.W. Klebesadel, The Los Alamos synchronous orbit data set, The IMS Source Book, pp. 294 pages (C.T. Russell and D.J. Southwood, Eds.), p. 82, American Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1982.
40. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and B. Wilken, The July 29, 1977 magnetic storm: Observations and modeling of energetic particles at synchronous orbit, The IMS Source Book, Volume 20, pp. 294 pages (C.T. Russell and D.J. Southwood, Eds.), p. 259, American Geophys. Union, Washington, DC, 1982, doi: 10.1029/SP020p0259.
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41. Baker, D.N., E.W. Hones, Jr., D.T. Young, and J. Birn, The possible role of ionospheric oxygen in the initiation and development of plasma sheet instabilities, Geophys. Res. Letters, 9(12), 1337- 1340, December 1982, doi:10.1029/GL009i012p01337.
42. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, and S.J. Bame, Plasma behavior during energetic electron streaming events: Further evidence for substorm-associated magnetic reconnection, Geophys. Res. Letters, 9(6), 664-667, June 1982, doi:10.1029/GL009i006p00664.
43. Higbie, P.R., D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, R.D. Belian, J.R. Asbridge, J.F. Fennell, B. Wilken, and C.W. Arthur, The global Pc5 event of November 14-15, 1979, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A4), 2337-2345, 1 April 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA04p02337.
44. Tsurutani, B.T., E.J. Smith, R.R. Anderson, K.W. Ogilvie, J.D. Scudder, D.N. Baker, and S.J. Bame, Lion roars and nonoscillatory drift mirror waves in the magnetosheath, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 6060-6072, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p06060.
45. Tsurutani, B.T., R.M. Thorne, E.J. Smith, R.R. Anderson, K.W. Ogilvie, J.D. Scudder, and D.N. Baker, Electromagnetic lion roars, the electron cyclotron and the drift mirror instabilities, Physica Activa, 1982.
46. Wilken, B., C.K. Goertz, D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, and T.A. Fritz, The SSC on July 29, 1977 and its propagation within the magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 87(A8), 5901-5910, 1 August 1982, doi:10.1029/JA087iA08p05901.
1983 47. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, J.F. Carbary, S.M. Krimigis, and R.P. Lepping, Energetic ion acceleration
and transport in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager 1 and 2, Adv. Space Res., 3, 77, 1983. 48. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, S.J. Bame, E.W. Hones, Jr., B.T. Tsurutani, E.J. Smith, and S.-I. Akasofu,
An ISEE-3 high-resolution study of interplanetary parameter correlations with magnetospheric activity, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 88(A8), 6230-6242, 1 August 1983, doi:10.1029/JA088iA08p06230.
49. Bame, S.J., R.C. Anderson, J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Plasma regimes in the deep geomagnetic tail: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 10(9), 912-915, September 1983, doi:10.1029/GL010i009p00912.
50. Blake, J.B., J.F. Fennell, D.N. Baker, R.D. Belian, and P.R. Higbie, Determination of the charge state and composition of energetic magnetospheric ions by observation of drift echoes, Geophys. Res. Letters, 10(12), 1211-1214, December 1983, doi:10.1029/GL010i012p01211.
51. Nagai, T., D.N. Baker, and P.R. Higbie, Development of substorm activity in multiple-onset substorms at synchronous orbit, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 88(A9), 6994-7004, 1 September 1983, doi:10.1029/JA088iA09p06994.
1984 52. Baker, D.N., R.D. Zwickl, and J.L. Green, The NASA data systems users working group:
Recommendations for improved scientific interactions, Eos, 65, 46, 1984. 53. Baker, D.N., S.I. Akasofu, W. Baumjohann, J.W. Bieber, D.H. Fairfield, E.W. Hones, Jr., B.H. Mauk,
R.L. McPherron, and T.E. Moore, Substorms in the magnetosphere, Chapter 8 of Solar Terrestrial Physics - Present and Future, NASA Pub. 1120, Washington, D.C., 1984.
54. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, R.D. Belian, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, P.R. Higbie, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, and R.D. Zwickl, Correlated dynamical changes in the near-earth and distant magnetotail regions: ISEE-3, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A6), 3855-3864, 1 June 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA06p03855.
55. Baker, D.N., Particle and field signatures of substorms in the near magnetotail, in Magnetic Re- connection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas pp. 386 pages (E.W. Hones, Jr., Ed.), p. 193, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 1984.
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56. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J. Birn, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, and D.G. Sibeck, Direct observations of passages of the distant neutral line (80-140 RE) following substorm onsets: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11, 1042, 1984.
57. Baker, D.N., and T.A. Fritz, Hot plasma and energetic particles in the earth's outer magneto- sphere: New understandings during the IMS, Proceeding of the Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, ESA Spec. Pub., 217, p. 85, 1984.
58. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, D.N. Baker, and E.W. Hones, Jr., The application of dimensional analysis to solar wind-magnetosphere energy coupling, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, ESA Spec. Pub., 217, p. 157, 1984.
59. Belian, R.D., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., and P.R. Higbie, High-energy proton drift echoes-- multiple peak structure, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A10), 9101-9106, 1 October 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA10p09101.
60. Bieber, J.W., E.C. Stone, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.P. Lepping, Micro-structure of magnetic reconnection in Earth's magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A8), 6705- 6716, 1 August 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA08p06705.
61. Feldman, W.C., S.J. Schwartz, S.J. Bame, D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, Evolution of the earth's distal geomagnetic tail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11, 599, 1984.
62. Feldman, W.C., Schwartz, S.J., Bame, S.J., Baker, D.N., BIrn, J., Gosling, J.T., Hones, E.W., McComas, Slavin, J.A, Smith, E.J., Zwickl, R.D., , Evidence for Slow-mode shocks in the deep geomagnetic tail, Geophysical Research Letters, 11(6), 599-602, June 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i006p00599.
63. Feldman W.C., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr., S.J. Schwartz, and R.L. Tokar, Power dissipation at slow-mode shocks in the distant geomagnetic tail, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1058-1061, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01058.
64. Fritz, T.A., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, and W. Lennartsson, Implications of the 1100 UT March 22, 1979 CDAW-6 substorm event for the role of magnetic reconnection in the geomagnetic tail, in Magnetic Reconnection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas pp. 386 pages (E.W. Hones, Jr., Ed.), p. 203-207, American Geophys. Union, Washington D.C., 1984, doi: 10.1029/GM030p0203.
65. Baker, D.N. Baker, Particle and Field Signatures of Substorms in the Near Magnetotail, in Magnetic Reconnection in Space and Laboratory Plasmas pp. 386 pages (E.W. Hones, Jr., Ed.), p. 193-203, American Geophys. Union, Washington D.C., 1984, doi: 10.1029/GM030p0193.
66. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, E.W. Hones, Jr., Journeys of a spacecraft, Los Alamos Science, No. 10, p. 32-57, Spring 1984.
67. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, E.W. Hones, Jr., D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slav-in, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Plasma entry into the distant tail lobes: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1078-1081, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01078.
68. Hones, E.W. Jr., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Structure of the magnetotail at 220 RE and its response to geomagnetic activity, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(1), 5-7, January 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i001p00005.
69. Hones, E.W., Jr., J. Birn, D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, D.S. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Detailed examination of a plasmoid in the distant magnetotail with ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1046-1049, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01046.
70. McPherron, R.L., R.A. Fay, C.R. Garrity, L.F. Bargatze, C.R. Clauer, D.N. Baker, and C. Searls, Coupling of the solar wind to measures of magnetic activity, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Achievements of the IMS, ESA SP-217, p. 200, 1984.
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71. Scholer, M., G. Gloeckler, D. Hovestadt, F.M. Ipavich, B. Klecker, D.N. Baker, W. Baumjohann, and B.T. Tsurutani, Simultaneous observation of the plasma sheet in the near Earth and distant magnetotail, ISEE-1 and ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(10), 1034-1037, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01034.
72. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, D.G. Sibeck, G.L. Siscoe, H.J. Singer, D.N. Baker, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, Jr., and F.L. Scarf, Substorm associated traveling compression regions in the distant tail: ISEE-3 geotail observations, Geophys. Res. Letters, 11(7), 657-660, July 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i007p00657.
73. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Jones, Jr., D.J. McComas, E.J. Smith, Evolution of the Earth's distant magnetotail: ISEE-3 electron plasma results, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A12), 1007-1012, 1 December 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA12p11007.
74. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J. Birn, W.C. Geldman, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Jones, et al., Direct observations of passages of the distant neutral kind (80-140 R/sub E/) following substorm onsets: ISEE-3, Geophys. Res. Lett., 11(10), 1042-1045, October 1984, doi:10.1029/GL011i010p01042.
75. Baker, D., R.D. Zwickl, S.M. Krimigis, J.F. Carbary and M.H. Acuna, Energetic particle transport in the upstream region of Jupiter: Voyager results, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 89(A6), 3775- 3787, 1 June 1984, doi:10.1029/JA089iA06p03775.
1985 76. Akasofu, S.-I., C. Olmsted, E.J. Smith, B. Tsurutani, R. Okida, and D.N. Baker, Solar wind variations
and geomagnetic storms: A study of individual storms based on high time resolution ISEE-3 data, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A1), 325-340, 1 January 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA01p00325.
77. Baker, D.N., and L.F. Bargatze, Proper Solar Wind Power Estimation and Planetary Radiometric Efficiencies, Nature, 314(6013), 755-756, 25 April 1985, doi:10.1038/314755a0.
78. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, R.L. McPherron, D.H. Fairfield, Y. Kamide, and W. Baumjohann, Magnetotail energy storage and release during the CDAW-6 substorm analysis intervals, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A2), 1205-1216, 1 February 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA02p01205.
79. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, W. Lennartsson, B. Wilken, and H.W. Kroehl, The role of heavy ionospheric ions in the localization of substorm disturbances on 22 March 1979: CDAW-6, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A2), 1273-1281, 1 February 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA02p01273.
80. Baker, D.N., W. Aiello, J.R. Asbridge, R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, J.G. Laros, and E.R. Tech, Los Alamos Energetic Particle Sensor Systems at Geostationary Orbit, J. of Spacecraft and Rockets, AIAA, 1985.
81. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Williams, The CSSP Implementation Plan for Space Plasma Physics Pro- grams, Eos, Transactons American Geophysical Union, 66(50), 1217, 10 December 1985, doi:10.1029/eo066i050p01217.
82. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, R.L. McPherron, and E.W. Hones, Jr., Magnetospheric impulse response for many levels of geomagnetic activity, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A7), 6387- 6394, 1 July 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA07p06387.
83. Feldman, W.C., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, J. Birn, J.T. Gosling, E.W. Hones, and S.J. Schwartz, Slow- mode shocks: A semi-permanent feature of the distant geomagnetic tail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A1), 233-240, 1 January 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA01p00233.
84. Goertz, C.K., and D.N. Baker, Polar cap photoionization and the 10-Hour Clock at Jupiter, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A7), 6304-6310, 1 July 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA07p06304.
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85. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, R.D. Zwickl and E.J. Smith, North-South and Dawn-Dusk Plasma Asymmetries in the Distant Tail Lobes: ISEE-3, J. Geophys. Res. Spcae Physics, 90(A7), 6354-6330, 1 July 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA07p06354.
86. Krimigis, S.M., R.D. Zwickl, and D.N. Baker, Energetic Ions Upstream of Jupiter's Bow Shock, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A5), 3947-3960, 1 May 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA05p03947.
87. Scholer, M., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W. Baumjohann, G. Gloeckler, E.J. Smith, and B.T. Tsurutani, Correlated observations of substorm effects in the near-Earth region and the deep magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A5), 4021-4026, 1 May 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA05p04021.
88. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, and S.I. Akasofu, An ISEE-3 Study of Average and Substorm Conditions in the Distant Magnetotail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A11), 875-895, 1 November 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA11p10875.
89. Takahashi, K., P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Azimuthal propagation and frequency characteristics of compressional Pc5 waves observed at geostationary orbit, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A2), 1473-1485, 1 February 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA02p01473.
90. Takahashi, K., P.R. Higbie, and D.N. Baker, Energetic Electron Flux Pulsations Observed at Geostationary Orbit: Relation to Magnetic Pulsations, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 90(A9), 8308-8318, 1 September 1985, doi:10.1029/JA090iA09p08308.
1986 91. Baker, D.N., Substorms in the Earth's Magnetosphere, Amer. Inst. Phys., Conference Proceedings
Series (R. Epstein and W. Feldman, eds.), p. 184, AIP, New York, 1986. 92. Baker, D.N., and W.C. Feldman, Slow shock waves in the Earth's magnetotail, Los Alamos
Institutional Supporting Research and Development 1985, p. 53, (LA-10600) February 1986. 93. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, R.W. Klebesadel, and P.R. Higbie, Highly relativistic electrons in the
earth's outer magnetosphere, I. Lifetimes and temporal history 1979-1984, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A4), 4265-4276, 1 April 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA04p04265.
94. Baker, D.N., J.A. Simpson, and J.H. Eraker, A model of impulsive acceleration and transport of energetic particles in Mercury's magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A8), 8742- 8748, 1 August 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA08p08742.
95. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, Strong Electron Bidirectional Anisotropies in the Distant Tail: ISEE-3 Observations of Polar Rain, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A5), 5637-5662, 1 May 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA05p05637.
96. Baker, D.N., W.C. Feldman, S.P. Gary, D.J. McComas, and J. Middleditch, Plasma Fluctuations and Large-Scale Mixing Near Comet Giacobini-Zinner, Geophys. Res. Letters, 13(3), 271-274, March 1986, doi:10.1029/GL013i003p00271.
97. Baker, D.N., L.F. Bargatze, and R.D. Zwickl, Magnetospheric response to the IMF: Substorms, J. Geomag. Geoelect., 38(11), 1047-1073, 1986.
98. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, J.B. Blake, Hostile energetic particle radiation environments in Earth's outer magnetosphere, Proceedings of the AGARD Symposium, The Hague, Netherlands, 2-6 June, CP-406, chap. 4, Neuilly Sur Seine, France, 1986.
99. Baker, D.N., Statistical analyses in the study of solar wind-magnetosphere coupling, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling, pp. 807 pages (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 17, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.
100. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Williams, Reply to P.S. McIntosh, Eos, 67, 169, 1986. 101. Baker, D.N., and R.D. Belian, Impulsive ion acceleration in Earth's outer magnetosphere, in Ion
Acceleration in the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere (T. Chang, Editor-in-chief), Ion Acceleration in the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere (pp. 399 pages), Geophys. Monograph Series, Vol. 38, p. 375, American Geophys. Union, Washington, D.C., 1986, ISBN-13 : 978-0875900636.
102. Baker, D.N., Jovian electron populations in the magnetosphere of Mercury, Geophys. Res. Letters, 13(8), 789-792, August 1986, doi:10.1029/GL013i008p00789.
103. Bame, S.J., R.C. Anderson, J.R. Asbridge, D.N. Baker, W.C. Feldman, S.A. Fuselier, J.T. Gosling, D.J. McComas, M.F. Thomsen, D.T. Young, and R.D. Zwickl, Comet Giacobini-Zinner: A plasma description, Science, 232(4728), 356-361, 18 April 1986, doi:10.1126/science.232.4748.356.
104. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Magnetospheric impulse response to solar wind variations, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling pp. 807 pages (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 93, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.
105. Bargatze, L.F., R.L. McPherron, and D.N. Baker, Solar wind-magnetosphere energy input functions, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling pp 807 pages (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 101, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.
106. Baker, D.N., and D.J. Williams, Reply [to "Comment on "The CSSP implementation plan for space plasma physics programs] Solar-terrestrial physics revisited, Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 67(14), 169, 8 April 1986, doi:10.1029/eo067i014p00169-04.
107. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux and hemispherically symmetric polar rain, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A10), 11352- 11358, 1 October 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA10p11352
108. Heikkila, W.J., J.A. Slavin, E.J. Smith, D.N. Baker, and R.D. Zwickl, Neutral sheet crossings by ISEE- 3 in the distant magnetotail, Proceedings of the International Conference on Comparative Study of Magnetospheric Systems, 1986.
109. Kling, R., T.W. Speiser, T. Fritz, D.N. Baker, and H. Garcia, Synoptic Study of a Large Injection Event, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A1), 363-370, 1 January 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA01p00363.
110. Krimigis, S.M., R.G. Athay, D.N. Baker, et al., An implementation plan for priorities in solar system space physics, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1986.
111. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, and L.F. Bargatze, Linear Filters as a Method of Real-Time Pre- diction of Geomagnetic Activity, in Solar Wind-Magnetospheric Coupling, pp. 807 pages, (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.), p. 85, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrect, 1986.
112. Scholer, M., T. Terasawa, D.N. Baker, G. Gloeckler, D. Hovestadt, E.J. Smith, B.T. Tsurutani, and R.D. Zwickl, ISEE 3 observations during a plasma sheet encounter at 140 RE: Evidence for enhancement of reconnection at the distant neutral line, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 01(A2), 1451-1458, 1 February 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA02p01451.
113. Scholer, M., D.N. Baker G. Gloeckler, B. Klecker, F.M. Ipavich, T. Terasawa, B.T. Tsurutani, and A.B. Galvin, Energetic particle beams in the plasma sheet boundary layer following sub-storm expansion: Simultaneous near-earth and distant tail observations, J. Geophys. Res., 91(A4), 4277-4286, 1 April 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA04p04277.
114. Slavin, J.A., E.J. Smith, D.G. Sibeck, D.N. Baker, R.D. Zwickl, S.I. Akasofu, and R.P. Lepping, Solar Wind - Magnetosphere Coupling and the Distant Magnetotail: ISEE-3 Observations, in Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling pp 807 pages, (Y. Kamide and J.A. Slavin, Eds.) p. 717, Terra Scientific Publishing, Reidel, Dordrecht, 1986.
115. Studemann, W.B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, and T.A. Fritz, Multispacecraft observations at the compressed magnetopause following the July 13, 1982 interplanetary shock, Planet. Space Sci., 34(9), 825-833, 1986, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(86)90079-6.
116. Wilken, B., D.N. Baker, P.R. Higbie, T.A. Fritz, W.P. Olson, and K.A. Pfitzer, Magnetospheric configuration and energetic particle effects associated with an SSC: A case study of the CDAW-6 event on March 22, 1979, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 91(A2), 1459-1473, 1 Febraruary 1986, doi:10.1029/JA091iA02p01459.
117. Zwickl, R.D., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, S.A. Fuselier, W.F. Huebner, D.J. McComas, and D.T. Young, Three component plasma electron distribution in the intermediate ionized coma of Comet Giacobini-Zinner, Geophys. Res. Letters, 13(4), 401-404, April 1986, doi:10.1029/GL013i004p00401.
118. Scholer, M., D.N. Baker, et al., ISEE 3 observations during a plasma sheet encounter at 1240 Earth radii - Evidence for enhancement of reconnection at the distant neutral line, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 1986.
119. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, and R.D. Zwickl, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux and hemispherically symmetric polar rain, J. Geophys. Res., 1986.
1987 120. Baker, D.N., Effects of the Solar Terrestrial Environment on Satellite Operations, Artificial
Satellites, 22, 103, 1987. 121. Baker, D.N., P.R. Higbie, R.D. Belian, R.R. Robinson, and K.J. Sofaly, Energetic electron and ion
fluxes at geostationary orbit: 6-11 February and 20 April - 1 May 1984, NOAA/NGDC Data Summary Volume, Rep. UAG-96, p. 132, Boulder, CO, 1987.
122. Baker, D.N., V.L. Thomas, D. Gallagher, J.L. Green, J.H. King, and R.D. Zwickl, The Space Physics Analysis Network (SPAN), DWUWG Meeting Report, Eos, 68, 44, 1987.
123. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, J.T. Gosling, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, Bidirectional electron anisotropies in the distant tail: ISEE-3 observations of polar rain, in Magnetotail Physics, pp 433 pages, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.) Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 47, 1987.
124. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, D.J. McComas, R.D. Zwickl, J.A. Slavin, and E.J. Smith, Plasma and magnetic field variations in the distant magnetotail associated with near-earth substorm effects, in Magnetotail Physics, pp. 433 pages, (A.T.Y. Lui, ed.), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 137, 1987.
125. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, and J.B. Blake, Deep dielectric charging effects due to high energy electrons in Earth's outer magnetosphere, J. Electrostatics, 20(1), 3- 19, October 1987, doi:10.1016/0304-3886(87)90082-9.
126. Baker, D.N., J.E. Borovsky, J.O. Burns, G.R. Gisler, and M. Zeilik, Possible calorimetric effects at Mercury due to solar wind-magnetosphere interactions, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A5), 4707-4712, 1 May 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA05p04707.
127. Baker, D.N., R.C. Anderson, R.D. Zwickl, and J.A. Slavin, Average plasma and magnetic-field variations in the distant magnetotail associated with near-earth substorm effects, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A1), 71-81, 1 January 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA01p00071.
128. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling, and M.S. Gussenhoven, Observations of polar rain at low and high altitudes, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A12), 13547-13560, 1 December 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA12p13547.
129. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, D.J. Gorney, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, and J.H. King, Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons: A role in coupling to the middle atmosphere? Geophys. Res. Letters, 14(10), 1027-1030, October 1987, doi:10.1029/GL014i010p01027.
130. Bargatze, L.F., D.N. Baker, and R.L. McPherron, Superposed epoch analysis of magnetospheric substorms using solar wind, auroral zone, and geostationary orbit data sets, in Magnetotail Physics, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.), Magnetotail physics (pp 433 pages), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 163, 1987.
131. Burns, J.O., G.R. Gisler, J.E. Borovsky, D.N. Baker, and M. Zeilik, Radio interferometric imaging of the subsurface emissions from the planet Mercury, Nature, 329(6136), 224-226, 17 September 1987, doi:10.1038/329224a0.
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132. Craven, J.D., D.N. Baker, J.F. Fennell, and L.A. Frank, Auroral images of substorm onsets and the signatures of plasma and energetic particle injections near the geosynchronous altitude: CDAW- 8, Eos, 68(16), 389, 1987.
133. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, Bidirectional solar wind electron heat flux events, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 8519, 1987.
134. Murphy, N., J.A. Slavin, D.N. Baker, and W.J. Hughes, Enhancements of energetic ions associated with traveling compression regions in the deep geomagnetic tail, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 92(A1), 64-70, 1 January 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA01p00064.
135. Richardson, I.G., M. Scholer, B.T. Tsurutani, P.W. Daly, D.N. Baker, and R.C. Elphic, Observation
of the formation of a plasmoid in the geomagnetic tail by the ISEE-1 and ISEE-3 spacecraft, Planet Space Sci., 35, 209, 1987.
136. Rostoker, G., D.N. Baker, J. Lemaire, and V. Vasyliunas, Dialog on the relative roles of reconnection and the viscous interaction in providing solar- wind energy to the magnetosphere, in Magnetotail Physics (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.), Magnetotail physics (pp. 433 pages), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, P. 409, 1987.
137. Russell, C. T., J. G. Luhmann, and D.N. Baker, An examination of possible solar wind sources for a sudden brightening of Comet IRAS-Araki-Alcock, Geophys. Res. Letters, 14(10), 991-994, October 1987, doi:10.1029/GL014i010p00991.
138. Scholer, M., B. Klecker, D. Hovestadt, G. Gloeckler, F.M. Ipavich, A.B. Galvin, D.N. Baker, and B.T. Tsurutani, Energetic ion and electron beams at the plasma sheet boundary in the distant tail, in Magnetotail Physics, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.) Magnetotail physics, (pp 433 pages), Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore, p. 245, 1987.
139. Zwickl, R.D., L.F. Bargatze, D.N. Baker, C.R. Clauer, and R.L. McPherron, An evaluation of the total magnetospheric energy output parameter, UT, in Magnetotail Physics, (A.T.Y. Lui, Ed.), Magnetotail physics, Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, p. 155, 1987.
140. Gosling, J.T., D.N. Baker, S.J. Bame, W.C. Feldman, R.D. Zwickl, and E.J. Smith, Bidirection-al solar wind electron heat flux events, J. Geophys. Res., 92(A8), 8519-8535, 1 August 1987, doi:10.1029/JA092iA08p08519.
141. Richardson, I.G., M. Scholer, B.T. Tsurutani, P.W. Daly, D.N. Baker, and R.C. Elphic, Simultaneous observations of the near-Earth and distant geomagnetic tail during a substorm by ISEE 1, ISEE-3, and geostationary spacecraft, Planetary and Space Science, 35, #2, 209-226, February 1987, doi:10.1016/0032-0633(87)90090-0.
142. Baker, D.N., R.C. Anderson, R.D. Zwickl, and A. Slavin, Average plasma and magnetic field variations in the distant magnetotail associated with near-Earth substorm effects, J. Geophys. Res., 92, #A1, 1987.
1988 143. Baker, D.N., J.E. Borovsky, G. Benford, and J.A. Eilek, The collective emission of electromagnetic
waves from astrophysical jets: Luminosity gaps, BL Lacertae objects, and efficient energy transport, Astrophys. J., 326(1), 110-124, March 1988, doi:10.1086/166073.
144. Baker, D.N., R.D. Belian, T.A. Fritz, P.R. Higbie, S.M. Krimigis, D.G. Sibeck and R.D. Zwickl, Simultaneous energetic particle observations at geostationary orbit and in the upstream solar wind: Evidence for leakage during the magnetospheric compression event of 1 November 1984, J. Geophys. Res., 93(A12), 14317-14327, 1 December 1988, doi:10.1029/JA093iA12p14317.
145. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, D.J. Gorney, P.R. Higbie, R.W. Klebesadel, and J.H. King, Relativistic Electron Precipitation Patterns in Longitude and Latitude: A Reply to W.R. Sheldon et al., Geophys. Res. Letters, 15, 1451, 1988.
146. Baker, D.N., Multipoint measurements of energetic particles in the magnetosphere, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 385-396, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90153-6.
147. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, J.H. Singer, J.A. Slavin, I.G. Richardson and R.D. Zwickl, The CDAW-8 Substorm Event on 28 January 1983: A Detailed Global Study, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 113-118, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90119-6.
148. Baker, D.N., S.J. Bame, J.T. Gosling and M.S. Gussenhoven, Plasma Electrons as Tracers of Distant Magnetotail Structure: ISEE-3, Adv. Space Research, 8(8), 179-182, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273- 1177(88)90285-2.
149. Baker, D.N., Knot really, Science (Letter), 242(4877), 348, 21 October 1988, doi:10.1126/science.242.4877.348-a.
150. Blake, J.B., R.D. Belian, D.R. Croley, J.F. Fennell, G. Gloeckler, D.C. Hamilton and D.N. Baker, The 8 February 1986 magnetospheric compression event: Observations of Simultaneous Magnetosphere Leakage and Spectrally Reflected Solar Wind Ions, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 197-200, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90132-9.
151. Lopez, R.E., D.N. Baker, A.T.Y. Lui, D.G. Sibeck, R.D. Belian, R.W. McEntire, T.A. Potemra and S.M. Krimigis, The Radial and Longitudinal Propagation Characteristics of Substorm Injections, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 91-95, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(88)90116-0.
152. McPherron, R.L., D.N. Baker, L.F. Bargatze, C.R. Clauer, and R.E. Holzer, IMF control of geomagnetic activity, Adv. Space Research, 8(9-10), 71-86, 1988, doi:10.1016/0273- 1177(88)90114-7.
153. Nishida, A., S.J. Bame, D.N. Baker, G. Gloeckler, M. Scholer, E.J. Smith, T. Terasawa, and B. Tsurutani, Assessment of the boundary layer model of the magnetospheric substorm, J. Geophys. Res., 93(A6), 5579-5588, 1 June 1988, doi:10.1029/JA093iA06p05579.
154. Russell, C.T., D.N. Baker, and J.A. Slavin, The Magnetosphere of Mercury, in Mercury (C.R. Chapman, M.S. Matthews, and F. Vilas, Eds.), Mercury, University of Arizona Press, p.794, 1988.
155. Sibeck, D.G., R.W. McEntire, S.M. Krimigis, and D.N. Baker, The magnetosphere as a sufficient source for upstream ions on November 1, 1984, J. Geophys. Res., 93(A12), 14328-14342, 1 December 1988, doi:10.1029/ja093ia12p14328.
156. Wilken, B., W.I. Axford, D.N. Baker, et al., RAPID (CLUSTER): Research with Adaptive Particle Imaging Detectors, p. 85, ESA SP-1103, ESA, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 1988.
157. Baker, D.N., Blake, J.B., Gorney, D.J., Higbie, P.R., Klebesadel, R.W., King, J.H., Reply to: Highly relativistic magnetospheric electrons - A role in coupling to the middle atmosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 15(12), 1451-1452, 1988, doi:10.1029/GL015i012p01451.
158. Baker, D.N., Fritz, T.A., Korth, G., Korth, A., Kremser, G., Wilken, B, Wolfgang Stedemann 1940– 1987, American Geophysical Union, Eos, 69 (13), 177, 29 March 1988, doi: 10.1029/88EO00117.
1989 159. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, L.B. Callis, R.D. Belian, and T.E. Cayton, Relativistic electrons near
geostationary orbit: Evidence for internal magnetospheric acceleration, Geophys. Res. Letters, 16(6), 559-562, June 1989, doi:10.1029/GL016i006p00559.
160. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and P.A. Bernhardt, Plasmoid velocity, Science (Letters), 243, 4892, 713, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 10 February 1989, doi:10.1126/science.243.4892.713-c.
161. Baker, D.N., T.A. Fritz, and P.A. Bernhardt, A small-scale plasmoid formation during the 13 May 1985 AMPTE magnetotail barium release, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 17084, 1989.
162. Baker, D.N., and J.J. Hillman, In Reply: NASA and University Astronomers, Science (Letters), 246(4931), 739-740, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 10 November 1989, doi:10.1126/science.246.4931.739-a.
163. Baker, D.N., The Low Latitude Boundary Layer Region, in Geospace Environment Modeling, p. 47, (Ed. M. Ashour-Abdalla), San Diego Supercomputer Center, 1989.
164. Cayton, T.E., R.D. Belian, S.P. Gary, T.A. Fritz, and D.N. Baker, Energetic electron components at geosynchronous orbit, Geophys. Res., Letters, 16(2), 147-150, February 1989, doi:10.1029/GL016i002p00147.
165. Christon, S.P., D.L. Chenette, D.N. Baker, and D. Moses, Relativistic electrons at geosynchronous orbit, interplanetary electron flux, and the 13-month Jovian synodic year, Geophys. Res. Letters, 16(10), 1129-1132, October 1989, doi:10.1029/gl016i010p01129.
166. Fairfield, D.H., D.N. Baker, J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, J.F. Fennell, L.A. Frank, I.G. Richard-son, H.J. Singer, J.A. Slavin, B.T. Tsurutani, and R.D. Zwickl, Substorms, plasmoids, flux ropes, and magnetotail flux loss on March 25, 1983: CDAW-8, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94(A11), 15135-15152, 1 November 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA11p15135.
167. Schindler, K., D.N. Baker, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, Jr., J.A. Slavin and A.B. Galvin, A study of strong earthward plasma flow at H200 RE in Earth's magnetotail: CDAW-8, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 15177, 1989.
168. Schindler, K., D.N. Baker, J. Birn, E.W. Hones, J.A., Slavin, and A.B. Galvin, Analysis of an extended period of Earthward plasma sheet flow at approximately 220 R(E) - CDAW 8, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94(A11), 15177-15188, 1 November 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA11p15177.
169. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, A.B. Galvin, W.J. Hughes, R.H. Manka, D.G. Mitchell, I.G. Richardson, T.R. Sanderson, D.J. Sibeck, H.J. Singer, E.J. Smith, and R.D. Zwickl, ISEE-3 observations of plasmoid structure and dynamics, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 15153, 1989.
170. Baker, D.N., Fritz, T.A., Bernhardt, P.A., A smallscale plasmoid formed during the May 13, 1985, AMPTE magnetotail barium release, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94(A12), #A2, 17084-17096, 1 December 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA12p17084.
171. Slavin, J.A., D.N. Baker, and 13 others, CDAW 8 observations of plasmoid signatures in the geomagnetic tail: An assessment, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 94, #A11, 15153-15175, 1 November 1989, doi:10.1029/JA094iA11p15153.
172. Christon, S.P., D.N. Baker, et al., Relativistic electrons at geosynchronous orbit, interplanetary electron flux, and the 13-month Jovian synodic year, Geophys. Res. Lett., 16, 1989.
1990 173. Baker, D.N., A.J. Klimas, R.L. McPherron, and J. Buchner, The evolution from weak to strong
geomagnetic activity: An interpretation in terms of deterministic chaos, Geophys. Res. Letters, 17(1), 41-44, January 1990, doi:10.1029/gl017i001p00041.
174. Baker, D.N., J.D. Craven, R.C. Elphic, D.H. Fairfield, L.A. Frank, I.G. Richardson, C.J. Owen, H.J. Singer, J.A. Slavin, and R.D. Zwickl, The substorm event on 28 January 1983: A detailed global study, Planet. Space Sci., 38(12), 1495-1501, 1503-1515, December 1990, doi:10.1016/0032- 0633(90)90156-K.
175. Baker, D.N., and R.L. McPherron, Extreme Energetic Particle Decreases near Geostationary Orbit: A Manifestation of Current Diversion and Energy Conversion within the Inner Plasma Sheet, Advances in Space Research, 10(9) 131-134, 1990, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(90)90218-o.
176. Baker, D. N., & McPherron, R. L. (n.d.). Extreme energetic particle decreases near geostationary orbit: A manifestation of current diversion within the inner plasma sheet. Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(A5), 6591-6599, 1 May 1990, doi:10.1029/ja095ia05p06591
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177. Baker, D.N., and J.A. Slavin, The Mercury Dual Orbiter Mission, in Particle Astrophysics, AIP Conf. Proceedings 203 (Amer. Inst. Phys.) p. 111, New York, 1990.
178. Baker, D.N., R.L. McPherron, T.E. Cayton, and R.W. Klebesadel, Linear prediction filter analysis of relativistic electron properties at 6.6 RE, J. Geophys. Res., 95(A9), 15133-15140, 1 September 1990, doi:10.1029/JA095iA09p15133.
179. Baker, D.N., J.B. Blake, R. Klebesadel, D.D. Sentman, D.J. Gorney, and P.R. Higbie, Relativistic magnetospheric electrons: Lower ionospheric conductivity and long-term atmospheric variability, Adv. Space Research, 10(10) 229-233, 1990, doi:10.1016/0273-1177(90)90036-y.
180. Baker, D.N., Wave-particle interactions for relativistic electrons in a recirculation acceleration model, SPI Conf. Proc, Vol. 9, (T. Chang, Ed.), p. 215, 1990.
181. Baker, D.N., The Magnetosphere Environment, in Solar Terrestrial Predictions, Vol. 1, p.