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Fig. 1


Data points along a single field line, obtained by means of the semi-empirical shock modelling technique along with the corresponding fits by the analytic functions implemented in CSA. The top panels show the shock-normal cosine cos θBn (left) and the shock speed (right) along the field line V s, both as functions of time τ after the first shock-crossing of the field line, and the bottom panels show the magnetic field strength B (left) and the plasma density n (right), bothas functions of the radial position s + r0, where r0= d0 + d1 (see text fordetails). In each plot, the values of the corresponding fitting parameters are given as well.

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