Tamas Gombosi

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Tamas Gombosi has played an active role at levels of the space science community. He served as Editor of a major publication, chaired international committees, actively participated in national organziations, and is a leader at the University of Michigan. Here are some highlights from his community service.

Editorial Experience

He was Senior Editor of the Journal of Geophysical Research -- Space Physics (1992-1997). This journal publishes about 600 papers annually, and is the word's leading publication in the area of aeronomy, magnetospheric physics, and solar system astrophysics. Additional editorial experience includes:

International Organizations

Served on a large number of international scientific committees. An incomplete list includes:

National Organizations and Committees

Served on a large number of NASA and NSF selection committees. An incomplete list of other committee service is:

University of Michigan Committees

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