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MORPHOLOGY QF LARGE SCALE TRAVELING IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES
LARGE SCALE TIDs AND POLAR SUBSTORMS
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approach assumed assumptions atmospheric disturbance atmospheric gravity waves atmospheric wave auroral oval average relative amplitudes calculated changes collision frequency columnar electron content concentration content curve continuity equation contours detected determined dipole direction of arrival direction of travel discussed dispersion relation distance traveled diurnal variation dp latitude Edmonton effects equation of motion field lines fluctuations flux geomagnetic activity geomagnetic storms geomagnetically disturbed height range heights of interest Hooke l968a horizontal internal atmospheric gravity ionization Joule heating kinematic viscosity large scale TIDs LS TIDs measurements neutral atmosphere number of TIDs observed at Stanford obtained optical depth Pacific Standard perturbation in electron phase photoionization plasma diffusion velocity polar substorms production and loss profiles radiation pattern scale height shown in Figure speeds stations substorms occur temperature Thome and Rao unperturbed vertical viscosity