Observations of neutral circulation at mid-latitudes during the equinox transition study
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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Atmospheric circulation.,
  • Drift rate.,
  • Electron density (Concentration),
  • Equinoxes.,
  • F region.,
  • Ions.,
  • Latitude.,
  • Seasons.,
  • Wind (Meteorology),
  • Wind velocity.

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StatementM.J. Buonsanto ... [et al.].
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-184792.
ContributionsBuonsanto, M. J., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15407937M

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Measurements of ion drift velocity made by the Millstone Hill incoherent scatter radar have been used to calculate the meridional neutral wind velocity during the September , , period. Strong daytime southward neutral surges were observed during the magnetically disturbed days of September 19 in contrast to the small daytime winds observed as expected during the magnetically quiet . reported observations of daytime equatorward surges or propagating disturbances in the meridional neutral wind during storms. Millstone Hill observations of an equatorward day-time neutral surge on 19 September, have been already &en. reported by Foster and Aarons [ , and related to disturbance electric fields. Measurements of ion drift velocity made by the Millstone Hill incoherent scatter radar have been used to calculate the meridional neutral wind velocity during the Sept. 17 to 24, period. Strong daytime southward neutral surges were observed during the magnetically disturbed days of September 19 in contrast to the small daytime winds obtained as expected during the magnetically quiet days. Measurements of ion drift velocity made by the Millstone Hill incoherent scatter radar have been used to calculate the meridional neutral wind velocity during the Sept. 17 to 24, period. Strong daytime southward neutral surges were observed during the magnetically disturbed days of September 19 in contrast to the small daytime winds obtained as expected during the magnetically quiet by:

  Buonsanto MJ, Salah JE, Miller KL, Oliver WL, Burnside RG, Richards PG () Observations of neutral circulation at mid-latitudes during the equinox transition study. J Geophys Res – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: J. geophys. Res. 96, Observations of neutral circulation at mid-latitudes during the equinox transition study. J. geophys. Res. 94, Diurnal variations in the flux of ionisation above the F2 peak in the northern and southern by: 6. Click on the title to browse this issue. W. L. Oliver. Boston University Neutral and ion composition changes in the F region over Millstone Hill during the Equinox Transition Study. Observations of neutral circulation at mid.

4.] Observations of neutral circulation at midlatitudes during the equinox transition study, M.J. Buonsanto et al., fall meeting of the AGU, December, 5.] Latitudinal penetration of geomagnetic storm effects: a comparison between TIGCM and ionosonde data, M. Codrescu et al., spring meeting of the AGU, Baltimore, 6.]. M. J. Buonsanto's research while affiliated with MIT Haystack Observatory and other places. Observations during September , , Equinox transition study" [Journal of Geophysical.   In this paper, our current understanding and recent advances in the study of ionospheric storms is reviewed, with emphasis on the F2-region. Ionospheric storms represent an extreme form of space weather with important effects on ground- and space-based technological systems. These phenomena are driven by highly variable solar and magnetospheric energy inputs to the Earth's upper Cited by: The technique for the derivation of the meridional, V, and zonal, U, components of neutral wind from the longitudinal variations of vertical plasma drift, W, is developed.(Longitudinal variations of W were calculated by means of servo-model from Intercosmos hmF2 data carefully selected for the ±40° invariant and geographical latitudes in the Northern and Southern hemispheres.)Cited by: 7.