D. AARON ROBERTS

 

Publications

 

1.      1973        “Ionospheric Winds and the Diurnal Variation of the Earth’s Magnetic Field,” D. Roberts, S.B. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

2.      1983        “Dynamics and Evolution of the Jet from Quasar 3C273,” D. Roberts, Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

3.      1983        “Errors, Discrepancies and the Nature of Physics: An Approach to Physics Labs,” D. Roberts, The Physics Teacher, 21, 155.

 

4.      1983        “How Batteries Work: A Gravitational Analog,” D. Roberts, American Journal of Physics, 51, 829. 

 

5.      1984        “Relativistic Jet Meets Target: The Gamma Rays from 3C273,” P. Morrison, D. Roberts, A. Sadun, Astrophysical Journal, 280, 483.

 

6.      1984        “Constraints on Continuous Beam Models of the Jet from 3C273,” D. Roberts, Astrophysical Journal, 285, 64.

 

7.      1985        “A Shadowed Flow in the Stem of the Crab Nebula?” P. Morrison and D. Roberts, Nature, 313, 661.

 

8.      1985        “An Alternate Approach to Finding and Using the Lie Group of the Vlasov Equation,” D. Roberts, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 26, 1529.

 

9.      1985        “The General Lie Group and Similarity Solutions for the One Dimensional Vlasov-Maxwell Equations,” D. Roberts, Journal of Plasma Physics, 33, 219.

 

10.     1986        “Knots, Wiggles, and Flaring in Ballistic and Stochastic Jets,” D. A. Roberts, Astrophysical Journal, 300, 568.

 

11.     1986        “Systematic Errors in Determining the Propagation Direction of Interplanetary Alfvénic Fluctuations,”  M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and W. H. Matthaeus, Journal of Geophysical Research, 91, 13,357.

 

12.     1987        “Analysis of Vessel Absorption Profiles in Retinal Oximetry,” D. A. Roberts, Medical Physics, 14, 124.

 

13.     1987        “Particle Paths and Phase Plane for Time-Dependent Similarity Solutions of the Vlasov-Maxwell Equations,” D. A. Roberts and B. Abraham-Shrauner, Journal of Plasma Physics, 38, 335.

 

14.     1987        “Spectral Signatures of Jumps and Turbulence Interplanetary Speed and Magnetic Field Data,” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 10,105.

 

15.     1987        “Numerical Simulation of the Generation of Turbulence from Cometary Ion Pickup,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and W. H. Matthaeus, Geophysical Research Letters, 14, 860.

 

16.     1987        “Nature and Evolution of Magnetohydrodynamic Fluctuations in the Solar Wind: Voyager Observations,” D. A. Roberts, L. W. Klein, M. L. Goldstein, and W. H. Matthaeus, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 11,021.

 

17.     1987        “Origin and Evolution of Fluctuations in the Solar Wind: Helios Observations and Helios-Voyager Comparisons,” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, L. W. Klein, and W. H. Matthaeus, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 12,023.

 

18.     1987        “Numerical Simulation of Solar Wind and Magnetospheric Phenomena,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, S. Ghosh, W. H. Matthaeus, in Proceedings of the 21st ESLAB Symposium, Bokesjo, Norway, edited by B. Battrick and E. J. Wolfe, ESA SP-275, European Space Agency, p. 161, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, p. 115

 

19.     1988        “Lie Group Theory Applied to the Nonlinear Vlasov-Maxwell Equations in One and Three Dimensions,” D. A. Roberts (invited paper), Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 11, 535.

 

20.     1988        “Simulation of Interplanetary Dynamical Processes,” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein (invited paper), Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Supercomputing, International Supercomputing Institute, Inc., St. Petersburg, FL, p. 370.

 

21.     1989        “Numerical Simulation of Interplanetary and Magnetospheric Phenomena: The Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability,” (invited paper) M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and W. H. Matthaeus, Solar System Plasma Physics, J. H. Waite, Jr., J. L. Burch, R. L. Moore, eds, AGU, Washington, DC, p. 113.

 

22.     1989        “Observation and Simulation of MHD Turbulence in the Solar Wind,” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, L. W. Klein, and W. H. Matthaeus, in Turbulence and Nonlinear Dynamics in MHD Flows (Cargése, July 4-8, 1988), p. 87.

 

23.     1989        “Quasi-two-dimensional Nearly-incompressible Solar Wind Fluctuations,”  M. L. Goldstein, W. H. Matthaeus, and D. A. Roberts, in Turbulence and Nonlinear Dynamics in MHD Flows (Cargése, July 4-8, 1988), p. 107.

 

24.     1989        “Large-scale Fluctuations at 1 AU: 1978-1982,” L. F. Burlaga, W. H. Mish, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 94, 177.

 

25.     1989        “Interplanetary Observational Constraints on Alfvén Wave Acceleration of the Solar Wind,” D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 94, 6899.

 

26.     1989        “Spectral Evolution and Cascade Constant of Solar Wind Alfvénic Turbulence,” C.-Y. Tu, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 94, 13,575. 

 

27.     1990        “Do Interplanetary Alfvén Waves Cause Auroral Activity?” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of  Geophysical  Research, 95, 4327.

 

28.     1990        “The Amplitudes of Interplanetary Fluctuations: Stream Structure, Heliocentric Distance, and Frequency Dependence” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, and L. W. Klein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95, 4203.

 

29.     1990        “Heliocentric Distance and Temporal Dependence of the Interplanetary Density-Magnetic Field Magnitude Correlation,” D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95, 1087. 

 

30.     1990        “Turbulent Polar Heliospheric Magnetic Fields,” D. A. Roberts, Geophysical Research Letters, 17, 567.

 

31.     1990        “Physical Consistency in Modeling Interplanetary Magnetohydrodynamic Fluctuations,” Y. Zhou, W. H. Matthaeus, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Physical Review Letters, 64, 2591.

 

32.     1990        “A Quasi-Two-Dimensional, Nearly-Incompressible Model of Solar Wind Fluctuations,” W. H. Matthaeus, M. L. Goldstein, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95, 20,673.

 

33.     1991        “Anisotropy of Solar Wind Magnetic Field Fluctuations in the Outer Heliosphere,” L. W. Klein, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 3779. 

 

34.     1991        “Indications of Low-Dimensionality in Magnetospheric Dynamics,” D. A. Roberts, D. N. Baker, A. J. Klimas, and L. F. Bargatze, Geophysical Research Letters, 18, 151.

 

35.     1991        “Turbulence and Waves in the Solar Wind,” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein, Reviews of Geophysics, 29(S), 932.

 

36.     1991        “Reply to: Comment on ‘Do Alfvén Waves Cause Auroral Activity’ by B. Tsurutani and W. Gonzalez’,” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein,  Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 1879. 

 

37.     1991        “Is There a Strange Attractor in the Magnetosphere?,” D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 16031.

 

38.     1991        “Linear Prediction Filters for Linear and Nonlinear Modeled Geomagnetic Activity,” A. J. Klimas, D. N. Baker, and D. A. Roberts, Geophysical Research Letters, 18, 1635.

 

39.     1991        “Examination of Time-Variable Input Effects in a Nonlinear Analog Magnetosphere Model,” D. N. Baker, A. J. Klimas, and D. A. Roberts, Geophysical Research Letters, 18, 1631.

 

40.     1991        “A Nonlinear Dynamical Analog Model of Substorms,” A. J. Klimas, D. N. Baker, D. A. Roberts, D. H. Fairfield, and J. Büchner, in Magnetic Substorms, edited by J. R. Kan, T. A. Potemera, S. Kokubun, and T. Tajima, AGU Monograph, Washington DC, 1991.

 

41.     1991        “The Structure of Helical Interplanetary Magnetic Fields,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and C. A. Fitch, Geophysical Research Letters, 18, 1505.

 

42.     1991        “MHD Simulation of the Radial Evolution and Stream Structure of Solar Wind Turbulence,” D. A. Roberts, S. Ghosh, M. L. Goldstein, and W. H. Matthaeus, Physical Review Letters, 67, 3741.

 

43.     1992        “Evolution of Spatial and Temporal Correlations in the Solar Wind,” L. W. Klein, W. H. Matthaeus, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, in Solar Wind Seven, COSPAR Colloquium Series, 3, edited by E. Marsch and R. Schwenn, Pergamon Press, Oxford, p. 197.

 

44.     1992        “Observation and Simulation of the Radial Evolution and Stream Structure of Solar Wind Turbulence,” D. A. Roberts, in Solar Wind Seven, COSPAR Colloquium Series, 3, edited by E. Marsch and R. Schwenn, Pergamon Press, Oxford, p. 533.

 

45.     1992        “Velocity Shear Generation of Solar Wind Turbulence,” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, W. H. Matthaeus, and S. Ghosh, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 17,115..

 

46.     1992        “A Nonlinear Dynamical Analog Model of Geomagnetic Activity,”  A. J. Klimas, D. N. Baker, D. A. Roberts, D. H. Fairfield, and J. Büchner, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 12,253.

 

47.     1992        “An Evolving MHD Vortex Street Model for Quasi-Periodic Solar Wind Fluctuations,” E. Siregar, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Geophysical Research Letters, 19, 1427.

 

48.     1993        “The Radial Evolution of the Amplitudes of “Dissipationless” Turbulent Solar Wind Fluctuations,” M. K. Verma and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, 5625.

 

49.     1993        “Quasi-Periodic Transverse Plasma Flow Associated With an Evolving MHD Vortex Street in the Outer Heliosphere,” E. Siregar, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, 13,233.

 

50.     1993        “An Algorithm for Finding Spurious Points in Turbulent Signals,” D. A. Roberts, Computers in Physics, 7, 599.

 

51.     1993        “Measurement of the MHD Rugged Invariants Using Multiple Spacecraft,” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein, invited paper, in Spatio-Temporal Analysis for Resolving Plasma Turbulence, Aussois, France, Feb. 1993, ESA publ. WPP-047, p. 187. 

 

52.     1994        “Properties of the Fluctuating Magnetic Helicity in the Inertial and Dissipation Ranges of Solar Wind Turbulence,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and C. A. Fitch, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 11,519.

 

53.     1994        “Substorm Recurrence During Steady and Variable Solar Wind Driving: Evidence for a Normal Unloading Mode in the Dynamics of the Magnetosphere,” A. J. Klimas, D. N. Baker, D. V. Vassiliadis, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 14,855.

 

54.     1995        “A Description of Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Coupling Based on Nonlinear Filters,” D. V. Vassiliadis, A. J. Klimas, D. N. Baker, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 3,495.

 

55.     1995        “Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence in Cosmic Winds,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and W. H. Matthaeus, invited chapter in Cosmic Winds and the Heliosphere, J. R. Jokipii, C. P. Sonett, and M. S. Giampapa, eds., University of Arizona Press, Tucson, in press

 

56.     1995        “Magnetohydrodynamics of Interacting Vortex Sheets,” E. Siregar, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, in Space Plasmas: Coupling Between Small and Medium Scale Processes, AGU Monograph, 86, p. 49.

 

57.     1995        “Nonequilibrium, Large-Amplitude MHD Fluctuations in the Solar Wind,” D. A. Roberts and M. J. Wiltberger, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 3,405.

 

58.     1995        “Observed properties of helical interplanetary magnetic fields,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and C. A. Fitch, in Space Plasmas: Coupling Between Small and Medium Scale Processes, AGU Monograph, 86, p. 49.

 

59.     1995        “Magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the solar wind,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and W. H. Matthaeus, in Annual Reviews of Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 34, p. 283.

 

60.     1995        “Comment on, ‘On  two-component models of solar wind fluctuations,’ by Y.-Q. Lou,” D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 17,135.

 

61.     1995        “Turbulent Heating and Temperature Evolution in the Solar Wind Plasma,” M. K. Verma, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 19,839.

 

62.     1995        “Stochastic Proton Acceleration by Cascading Alfvén Waves in Impulsive Solar Flares,” J. A. Miller and D. A. Roberts, Astrophysical Journal, 452, 912. 

 

63.     1995        “Properties of Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence in the Solar Wind as Observed by Ulysses at High Heliographic Latitudes,” B. E. Goldstein, E. J. Smith, A. Balogh, T. S. Horbury, M. L. Goldstein, and D. A. Roberts, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 3393.

 

64.     1996        “Nonlinear Evolution of Interplanetary Alfvénic Fluctuations with Convected Structures,” D. A. Roberts, S. Ghosh, and M. L. Goldstein, Geophysical Research Letters, 23, 591.

 

65.     1996        “Numerical Simulations of Large-Scale Solar Wind Fluctuations Observed by Ulysses at High Heliographic Latitudes,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and S. Ghosh, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 3413.

 

66.     1996        “Simulation of High Frequency Solar Wind Power Spectra Using Hall Magnetohydrodynamics,” S. Ghosh, E. Siregar, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 2493.

 

67.     1996        “A Three-dimensional Magnetohydrodynamic Model of the Inner Heliospheric Current Sheet Region,” T. Stribling, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 27,603.

 

68.     1996        “Anisotropic Three-Dimensional MHD Turbulence,” W. H. Matthaeus, S. Ghosh, S. Oughton, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 7619.

 

69.     1996        “A Numerical Study of the Nonlinear Cascade of Energy in Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence,” M. K. Verma, D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, S. Ghosh, and W. T. Stribling, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101,  21,619.

 

70.     1996        “The Nature of the Solar Wind,” D. A. Roberts, K. W. Ogilvie, and M. L. Goldstein,  Nature, 381, 31. 

 

71.     1996        “The Organized Nonlinear Dynamics of the Magnetosphere,” A. J. Klimas, D. Vassiliadis, D. Baker, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 13,089.

 

72.     1996        “The nonlinearity of models of the vBSouth-AL coupling,” D. Vassiliadis, A. J. Klimas, D. N. Baker, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 19,779.

 

73.     1996        “In Situ Measurement Requirements for a Solar Probe,” D. A. Roberts and J. Gosling, Invited Moderator Review in Scientific Basis for Robotic Exploration Close to the Sun, S. Habbal, ed., New York, AIP, p. 3.

 

74.     1996        “The Role of Waves, Turbulence, and Structures in Heating and Accelerating the Solar Wind,” D. A. Roberts, Invited Paper in Scientific Basis for Robotic Exploration Close to the Sun, S. Habbal, ed., New York, AIP, p. 185.

 

75.     1997        “Two Handed Volumetric Document Corpus Management,” D. S. Ebert, A. Zwa, E. L. Miller, C. D. Shaw, and D. A. Roberts, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 17, 60.

 

76.     1997        "Numerical Simulation of MHD Turbulence in Three Dimensions," M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and A. Deane, The 31st ESLAB Symposium: Correlated Phenomena at the Sun, in the Heliosphere, and in Geospace, ESA, SP-415, p, 83.

 

77.     1998        “Generation of Nonthermal Electron Distributions by Turbulent Waves Near the Sun,” D. A. Roberts and J. A. Miller, Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 607.

 

78.     1998        “Evidence for a High-Latitude Origin of Lower-Latitude High Speed Wind,” D. A. Roberts and M. L. Goldstein, Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 1998. 

 

79.     1998        "The evolution of slab fluctuations in the presence of pressure-balanced structures and velocity shears," S. Ghosh, W. H. Matthaeus, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103, 23,691.

 

80.     1998        "Waves, structures, and the appearance of two-component turbulence in the solar wind," S. Ghosh, W. H. Matthaeus, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 103, 23,705.

 

81.     1998        "Nonlinear evolution of Alfvénic wave packets," B. Buti, V. Jayanti, A. F. ViĖas, M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, G. S. Lakhina, and B. T. Tsurutani, Geophysical Research Letters, 25,  2733.

 

82.     1999        “Quasi-Two-Dimensional MHD Turbulence in Three-Dimensional Flows,” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, A. Deane, and S. Ghosh, Physical Review Letters, 82, 548.

 

83.     1999        “Numerical Simulation of Alfvénic Turbulence in the Solar Wind,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, A. Deane, S. Ghosh, and H. K. Wong, Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 14,437.

 

84.     1999        “Alfvén wave phase mixing driven by velocity shear in two-dimensional open magnetic configurations,” M. Ruderman, M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts,  A. Deane, and  L. Ofman, Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 17,057.

 

85.     1999        “A kinematic analysis of the role of velocity shear in expanding plasmas,” D. A. Roberts and S. Ghosh, Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 22,395.

 

86.     1999        "Numerical simulation of Alfvénic turbulence in the solar wind," M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, A. Deane, and H. K. Wong, Solar Wind 9, edited by S. R. Habbal, R. Esser, J. V. Hollweg, and P. A. Isenberg, AIP, Woodbury, NY, pp. 535-538

 

87.     1999        "Alfvén wave phase mixing driven by velocity shear in two dimensions," M. S. Ruderman, M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, A. Deane, and L. Ofman, Solar Wind 9, edited by S. R. Habbal, R. Esser, J. V. Hollweg, and P. A. Isenberg, AIP, Woodbury, NY, pp. 337-340

 

88.     1999        “‘Slab’ modes, quasi-2-D turbulence, shear, and flux tubes in the expanding solar wind,” (invited) D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, A. Deane, and S. Ghosh, Solar Wind 9, edited by S. R. Habbal, R. Esser, J. V. Hollweg, and P. A. Isenberg, AIP, Woodbury, NY, pp. 161-166.

 

89.     1999        “Density Fluctuations in the Presence of Slab and Quasi-Two-Dimensional Turbulence,” S. Ghosh, W. H. Matthaeus, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Solar Wind 9, edited by S. R. Habbal, R. Esser, J. V. Hollweg, and P. A. Isenberg, AIP, Woodbury, NY, pp. 527-530.

 

90.     1999        "Magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the solar wind," M. L. Goldstein and D. A. Roberts, Physics of Plasmas, 6, 4154.

 

91.     2000        “Procedural shape generation for multi-dimensional data visualization,” D. S. Ebert, R.M. Rohrer, C. D. Shaw, P. Panda, J. M. Kukla, D. A. Roberts, Computers & Graphics-UK, 24, 375

 

92.     2001        “Correlation of solar wind parameters between SOHO and Wind,” M. A. Coplan, F. Ipavich, J. King, K. W. Ogilvie, D. A. Roberts, and A. J. Lazarus, Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 18,615.

 

93.     2001        “North-South flows in the outer heliosphere at solar minimum: Vortex streets or corotating interaction regions?” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, L. F. Burlaga, E. Siregar, and A. Deane, Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 15,973.

 

94.     2001        “Magnetic Field lines and spectra in the inhomogeneous, expanding, nonlinear heliosphere,” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, and A. E. Deane, Space Plasma Simulation: Proceedings of ISSS-6, Editied by J. Büchner, C. T. Dum, and M. Scholer.  Garching, Germany: Copernicus Gesellschaft, 2001, p. 136. 

 

95.     2001        “Solving the equations of magnetohydrodynamics in three dimensions to study the origin and evolution of turbulence in the solar wind,” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and A. E. Deane, Space Plasma Simulation: Proceedings of ISSS-6, Editied by J. Büchner, C. T. Dum, and M. Scholer.  Garching, Germany: Copernicus Gesellschaft, 2001, p. 128. 

 

96.     2005        “Origin and Dynamics of the Heliospheric Plasma and Current Sheets,” D. A. Roberts, P. Keiter, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, DOI: 10.1029/2004JA010541

 

97.     2003        “MHD Simulation of the Effects of Microstreams on Solar Wind Turbulence” M. L. Goldstein, D. A. Roberts, and A. Deane, in Solar Wind 10, edited by M. Velli and R. Bruno, AIP, Woodbury, NY, p. 405.

 

98.     2003        “Three-Dimensional MHD Simulation of Solar Wind Structure” D. A. Roberts, M. L. Goldstein, and A. Deane, in Solar Wind 10, edited by M. Velli and R. Bruno, AIP, Woodbury, NY, p. 133.

 

99.     2004        “An unexplained 10–40° shift in the location of some diverse 3 neutral atom data at 1 AU 4,” Michael R. Collier, Thomas E. Moore, David Simpson, Aaron Roberts, Adam Szabo, Stephen Fuselier, Peter Wurz, Martin A. Lee, Bruce T. Tsurutani, Advances in Space Research, Elsevier, p. 166.  

 

100.   2005        “Plasma sheet turbulence observed by Cluster II,” James M. Weygand, M.G. Kivelson, K.K. Khurana, H.K. Schwarzl, S.M. Thompson, R.L. McPherron, A. Balogh, L. Kistler, M.L. Goldstein, J. Borovsky, and D.A. Roberts, J. Geophys. Res., DOI: 10.1029/2004JA010581..

101.   2006        “Interaction of Electric Fields with a Plasma: Application to Solar Flares,” S. Kainer, D.A. Roberts, and M.L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, in preparation.

 

102.   2005        “Numerical simulations of solar wind turbulence,” M.L. Goldstein, D.A. Roberts, and A.V. Usmanov, in Proceedings of the Sun Earth Connections Workshop, Kona, Hawaii, T. Lui, Editor, in press. _

 

103.   2006        “Self-similar scaling of magnetic energy in the inertial range of solar wind turbulence,” Podesta, J. J., D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 111, A09105, DOI: 10.1029/2006JA011766.

 

104.   2006        “Power Spectrum of Small Scale Turbulent Velocity Fluctuations in the Solar Wind,” Podesta, J. J., D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 111, DOI: 10.1029/2006JA011834

 

105.   2008        “Recent developments towards a Solar System Virtual Observatory,” C. C. Harvey, M. Gangloff, T. King, C. H. Perry, D. A. Roberts, and J. Thieman, Earth Science Informatics, DOI: 10.1007/s12145-008-0008-1. 

 

106.   2007        “Solar Wind Structure Suggested by Bimodal Correlations of Solar Wind Speed and Density between the Spacecraft SoHO and Wind, K. W. Ogilvie, M. A. Coplan, D. A. Roberts, F. Ipavich, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, A08104, DOI: 10.1029/2007JA012248.

 

107.   2007        “Spectra of polar heliospheric fields and implications for field structure,” D. A. Roberts, J. Giacalone, J. R. Jokipii, M. L. Goldstein, and T. D. Zepp, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, A08103, DOI: 10.1029/2007JA012247.

 

108.   2007        “Spectral Exponents of Kinetic and Magnetic Energy Spectra in Solar Wind Turbulence,” J. J. Podesta, D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Astrophysical Journal, 664, 543.

 

109.   2007        “Mode decomposition scheme for ideal magnetohydrodynamic plane waves in space-time coordinates,” Podesta, J. J., M. L. Goldstein, and D. A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, doi:10.1029/2006JA012097.

 

110.   2008        “Acoustic Kappa-Density Fluctuation Waves in Suprathermal Kappa Function Fluids,” M. R. Collier, D. A. Roberts, and A. F. ViĖas, Advances in Space Research, 41, 1704.

 

111.   2009        “The solar wind magnetic variance directions: solutions and puzzles,” D. A. Roberts, C. J. Han, M. L. Goldstein, in preparation.

 

112.   2009        “Solar and solar wind properties determined from 30 years of OMNI data,” D. A. Roberts, in preparation. 

 

113.   2009        “Scale-dependent angle of alignment between velocity and magnetic field fluctuations in solar wind turbulence,” Podesta, J. J., B. Chandran, A. Bhattacharjee D. A. Roberts, and M. L. Goldstein, Journal of Geophysical Research, 114, A01107,  DOI: 10.1029/2008JA013504.

 

114.   2010        “Demonstrations that the Solar Wind is Not Accelerated by Waves or Turbulence,” D. A. Roberts, Astrophysical Journal, 711, 1044.

 

115.   2009        “A New Multivariate Time Series Data Analysis Technique: Automated Detection of Flux Transfer Events Using Cluster Data,” H. Karimabadi, T. B. Sipes, Y. Wang, B. Lavraud, and A. Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research, 114, A06216, doi:10.1029/2009JA014202.

 

116.   2009        “A One-Sided Aspect of Alfvénic Fluctuations in the Solar Wind,” J. T. Gosling, D. J. McComas, D. A. Roberts, and R. M. Skoug, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 695, L213.

 

117,   2010        “SPASE and the Heliophysics Virtual Observatories,” J. R. Thieman, D. A. Roberts, T. A. King, C. C. Hravey, and P. A. Richards, Data Science Journal, 9, 6 March. 

 

118.   2009        "Using Virtual Observatories for Heliophysics Research," Robert S. Weigel, Daniel N. Baker, D. Aaron Roberts, and Todd King, EOS Transactions, 90, 441-442.

 

119.   2010        “The evolution of the spectrum of solar wind velocity fluctuations from 0.3 to 5 AU,” D. Aaron Roberts, Journal of Geophysical Research,115, A12, DOI: 10.1029/2009JA015120.

 

120.   2010        “SPASE 2.0: A Standard Data Model for Space Physics,” Todd King, James Thieman, D. Aaron Roberts, Earth Science Informatics, 3

 

121.   2010        “Alfven Simple Waves: Euler Potentials and Magnetic Helicity”, G. M. Webb, Q. Hu, B. Dasgupta, D. A. Roberts, and G. P. Zank, Astrophysical Journal, 725, 2128.

 

122.   2013        “Solar Wind Fluctuations: Not Your Grandmother’s Turbulence,” D. A. Roberts, Solar Wind 13, AIP Conf. Proc., 1539, 263.

 

123.   2013        “Temperature anisotropy instabilities; combining plasma and magnetic field data at different distances from the Sun,” Robert T. Wicks, Lorenzo Matteini, Timothy S. Horbury, Petr Hellinger, and D. Aaron Roberts, Solar Wind 13, AIP Conf. Proc. 1539, 303.

 

123.   2012        “Construction of Solar-Wind-Like Magnetic Fields,” D. A. Roberts, Phys. Rev. Lett., 109, 231102.

 

124.   2012        “Simulations of magnetic minimum variance evolution in the solar wind,” S. Ghosh and D. A. Roberts, AIP Conf. Series 1436, Heerikhuisen, J. and Li, G. and Pogorelov, N. and Zank, G., eds., pp. 302-305

 

125.   2013        “A multivariate Time Series Classification Method for Streaming Data Using Temporal Metafeature Abstractions,” Tamara Sipes, Natash Balac, Homa Karimabadi, Nicole Wolter, Kenneth Nunes, and Aaron Roberts, International Journal of Semantic Computing, 07, 173.

 

126.   2013        “Correlations at Large Scales and the Onset of Turbulence in the Fast Solar Wind,” R. T. Wicks, D. A. Roberts, A. Mallet, A. A. Schekochihin, T. S. Horbury, and C. H. K. Chen, Astrophysical Journal, 778, 177. 

 

127.   2014        “The bird’s ear view of space physics: Audification as a tool for the spectral analysis of time series data,” Robert L. Alexander, Sile O’Modhrain, D. Aaron Roberts, Jason A. Gilbert, and Thomas H. Zurbuchen. Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 119, 5259–5271. 

 

128.   2015        “Generation of magnetic holes in fully kinetic simulations of collisionless turbulence”, V. Roytershteyn, H. Karimabadi, A. Roberts, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 20140151.

129.   2015        Boardsen, S. A., L. K.  Jian, J. L. Raines, D. J.  Gershman, T. H. Zurbuchen, D. A. Roberts, H. Korth, MESSENGER survey of in situ low frequency wave storms between 0.3 and 0.7 AU, Journal of Geophysical Research, Space Physics, 10.1002/2015JA021506. 

130.   2016        Wicks, R. T., R. L. Alexander, M. Stevens, L. B. Wilson, Moya, A. F. ViĖas, L. Jian, D. A. Roberts, S. O’Modhrain, J. A. Gilbert, T. H. Zurbuchen, A Proton-cyclotron Wave Storm Generated by Unstabel Proton Distribution Functions in the Solar Wind, Astrophysical Journal, 819.