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2 edition of sporadic E auroral zone. found in the catalog.

sporadic E auroral zone.

Bernt Maehlum

sporadic E auroral zone.

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Published by Oslo University Press in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sporadic E (Ionosphere),
  • Auroras.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDet Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. Geofysiske publikasjoner; Geophysica Norvegica,, v. 23, no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC801 .N67 vol. 23, no. 1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL221705M
    LC Control Numbera 63000514
    OCLC/WorldCa13178718


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Movement of Sporadic-E Auroral Zone between IGY & IQSY R. SAKSENA Radio Science Division, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi Received 19 September Sporadic E auroral zone. book analysis is done of the occurrence of sporadic-E at a few high latitude stations on File Size: KB.

Appleton et a/.1 first studied sporadic-E in the auroral zone and found frequent occurrence of E. on disturbed days as compared to the quiet days. Smith' found similar results for auroral zone butAuthor: R C Saksena, E S Owen-Jones.

The wind‐shear theory is most likely to explain temperate‐zone sporadic E. In the equatorial zone, VHF reflections are most probably due to the two‐stream plasma instability, though gradient instabilities may play a part in producing the irregularities that cause HF vertical‐incidence reflection.

These results may be used to determine short and long-term movements of the sporadic E auroral zone. It is found sporadic E auroral zone. book the sporadic E auroral zone moves from nighttime to daytime, from winter to summer, and from the International Geophysical Year to the International Quiet Sun Year towards the pole.

SHORT PAPER Forecasting auroral sporadic-E with a magnetometerA.D. Morgan, Government Communications Headquarters, Cheltenham, England Government Communications Headquarters Cheltenham Varanasi England Abstract Large disturbances of the Earth's magnetic field outside the auroral zone are often accompanied by intense sporadic-E in the auroral by: 4.

In Fig. 5 we see a series of four contour charts representing longterm averages of the occurrence of sporadic E as observed at stations located in four principal zones (i.e. the north- and south-temperate zones, the equatorial zone, and the north-auroral zone).Cited by: 8.

Furthermore, sporadic E occurrence depends on several geophysical parameters such as dynamic conditions in the lower thermosphere, intensity of Earth’s magnetic field and meteor flux.

The connection between the global sporadic E occurrence in dependence on these Cited by: 1. Sporadic E √ √ √ • Auroral SSB over a mile path between VE3SQD and WA1VRH AURORAL SCATTER 6m 2m 70cm. AURORAL SCATTER An Introduction to VHF talk Created Date: 2/15/ PM. large auroral electric fields which in this case do enter.

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Sporadic E is a regular daytime occurrence over the equatorial regions and is common in the temperate latitudes in late spring,early summer and, to a lesser degree, in early winter. At high, i.e., polar, latitudes, Sporadic E can accompany Auroras and associated disturbed magnetic conditions.

Etymology. The word "aurora" is derived from the name of the Roman goddess of the dawn, Aurora, who travelled from east to west announcing the coming of the t Greek poets used the name metaphorically to refer to dawn, often mentioning its play of colours across the otherwise dark sky (e.g., "rosy-fingered dawn").Occurrence.

Most auroras occur in a band known as the "auroral zone. The first is an auroral E,-layer and/or retarded type sporadic E-band that has previously (Whalen et al., ) been found to be identical with the continuous aurora.

Ionospheric sporadic-E (Es) activity and global morphology were studied using the 50 Hz signal-to-noise ratio amplitude and excess phase measurements from the FormoSat-3/Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate (FS3/COSMIC) GPS radio occultation (RO) observations.

The results are presented for data collected during the last sunspot cycle from mid Cited by: 2. Bernt Maehlum has written: 'The sporadic E auroral zone' -- subject(s): Auroras, Sporadic E (Ionosphere) 'Small scale structure and drift in the sporadic E layer as observed in the auroral zone.

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The images revealed that "there are different kinds of irregularities in the auroral zone compared to the polar cap," according to coauthor Anthony Mannucci, such that "the effects on radio signals will be different in these two locations." Specifically, the disturbances in the auroral region were larger in scale (about kilometers in diameter) than those over the Arctic polar cap (about 1.

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