This document is the final report for NASA Grant NAG5-4615, 'Satellie Atmosphere and Io Torus Observations', Nicholas M. Schneider, P.I., awarded to the University of Colorado, 8/l/97-3/31/00. The grant was originally awarded to Dr. Doyle T. Hall, who left the University of Colorado before the completion of the project. Io is the most volcanically active body in the solar system, and it is embedded deep within the strongest magnetosphere of any planet. This combination of circumstances leads to a host of scientifically compelling phenomena, including (1) an atmosphere out of proportion with such a small object, (2) a correspondingly large atmospheric escape rate, (3) a ring of dense plasma locked in a feedback loop with the atmosphere, and (4) a host of Io-induced emissions from radio bursts to UV auroral spots on Jupiter. This proposal seeks to continue our investigation into the physics connecting these phenomena, with emphasis on Io's atmosphere and plasma torus. The physical processes are clearly of interest for Io, and also other places in the solar system where they are important but not readily observable.