Professor Jim Wild



Jim Wild is a scientist studying the space environment and the links between the Sun, the Earth and other planets.

Jim studied for a degree in Physics with Space Science and Technology before completing a doctorate in solar-terrestrial physics at the University of Leicester. He is now the Professor of Space Physics at Lancaster University’s Department of Physics.

Selected Publications Show all 78 publications

Properties of a large-scale flux rope and current sheet region on the dayside of Mars: MGS MAG/ER and MEX ASPERA-3 ELS observations
Soobiah, Y., Wild, J., Beharrell, M., Barabash, S., Lillis, R., Mitchell, D., Coates, A.J., Winningham, J., Frahm, R. 1/11/2014 In: Icarus. 242, p. 297-315. 19 p.
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Stationary flux ropes at the southern terminator of Mars
Beharrell, M., Wild, J. 12/2012 In: Journal of Geophysical Research. 117, A12, 13 p.
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In situ spatiotemporal measurements of the detailed azimuthal substructure of the substorm current wedge
Forsyth, C., Fazakerley, A.N., Rae, I., Watt, C.E.J., Murphy, K.R., Wild, J., Karlsson, T., Mutel, R., Owen, C.J., Ergun, R., Masson, A., Berthomier, M., Donovan, E., Frey, H.U., Matzka, J., Stolle, C., Zhang, Y. 12/02/2014 In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics. 119, 2, p. 927-946. 20 p.
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Auroral spectral estimation with wide-band color mosaic CCDs
Jackel, B., Unick, C., Syrjasuo, M., Partamies, N., Wild, J., Woodfield, E., McWhirter, I., Kendall, E., Spanswick, E. 11/06/2014 In: Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems. 3, p. 71-94. 24 p.
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The location of the Earth's magnetopause: a comparison of modeled position and in situ cluster data
Case, N., Wild, J. 3/10/2013 In: Journal of Geophysical Research. 118, 10, p. 6127-6135. 9 p.
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