Some Ionospheric Results Obtained During the International Geophysical Year: Proceedings of a Symposium Organised by the URSI/AGI Committee, at Brussels, Belgium, September, 1959
Elsevier Pub. Co., 1960 - Ionosphere - 399 pages
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Deep Freeze: The United States, the International Geophysical Year, and the ...
Dian Olson Belanger
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Equatorial anomalies in the F2 layer of the ionosphere
Characteristic features of world distribution of F2 layer maximum ionization
An investigation of the distribution of electron density with height based on I G
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amplitude analysis anomaly antenna Atmospheric and Terrest auroral average blackout incidence calculated changes correlation corresponding cosmic noise cosmic ray critical frequency cross modulation curve daytime direction distribution disturbance diurnal diurnal variation drift velocity echoes effect electron density equatorial F region F2 layer foF2 foFz geomagnetic latitude geomagnetic storms height high latitudes higher Hiraiso Histogram Huancayo increase ionization ionograms ionosonde ionosphere irregularities isochrons Johnston Island kc/s large-scale inhomogeneities Lindau longitude lower latitudes m/sec magnetic activity magnetic field magnetic latitude magnetic storm Mc/s measurements method minimum months N-S component night noise Northern hemisphere observed obtained occurrence probability occurs parameter period Phys Piggott polar blackout probability of spread-F profiles programme propagation pulse radiation radio outbursts ratio records reflection satellite season shown in Fig shows signal Slough small-scale inhomogeneities solar activity solar flare sporadic stations sunspot Tsumeb values vertical winter Yamagawa zenith angle zone