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5 min. 11 shows one such interval, taken from Willis et al. (1986), where 1 Dungey’s Reconnection Model of the Earth’s Magnetosphere: The First 40 Years 25 Fig. 5 h interval on 27 October 1984. The top three panels show the three components of the IMF in GSM coordinates, while the lower panel shows latitude profiles of the ionospheric flow, where for purposes of visibility the vectors have been rotated clockwise by 90 into the direction of the electric field associated with the flow. After Willis et al.

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Testing the predictions of the ECPC has been a major endeavour since the 1990s when the ideas were first expressed as a coherent picture by Cowley and Lockwood (1992). In the following sections we discuss the observations that have validated the major predictions of the ECPC. 3 Observations of Ionospheric Convection and Polar Cap Area Primary observables for testing the ECPC are the polar ionospheric convection pattern and the location of the polar cap boundary (or OCB) at all local times. There are significant challenges inherent in making observations over the majority of the polar regions at sufficient temporal resolution to capture the time-dependent aspects of the behaviour, one of the major reasons for the relatively slow universal adoption of the ECPC paradigm.

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