We have achieved all the goals stated in our grant proposal in collaboration with Dr. C.C. Wu of the University of California at Los Angeles. Specifically, these include: The understanding of the complexity induced nonlinear spatiotemporal structures and the coexisting propagating modes. The development of plasma resonances and coherent structures in space plasmas. The study of fluctuation-induced nonlinear instabilities and their role in the reconfiguration of magnetic topologies in the magnetotail. The development of "anisotropic three-dimensional complexity" in the plasma sheet due to localized merging and interactions of the magnetic coherent structures and associated topological phase transitions. The understanding of the intermittent turbulence and energization process of the observed Bursty Bulk Flows (BBF's) in the Earth s magnetotail. The acceleration of ions due to the intermittent turbulence of propagating arid nonpropagating fluctuations In the following, we include lists of our published papers, invited talks, and professional activities. A detailed description of our accomplished research results is given in Section IV.