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Ionospheric D-region profile data base

L. F. McNamara

Ionospheric D-region profile data base

a collection of computer-accessible experimental profiles of the D and lower E regions

by L. F. McNamara

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Published by World Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics, NOAA, National Geophysical and Solar-Terrestrial Data Center, NOAA [distributor in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • D region,
  • E region,
  • Ionospheric electron density

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L.F. McNamara
    SeriesReport UAG -- 67
    ContributionsWorld Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13606684M

    T1 - ELF radar system proposed for localized D-region ionospheric anomalies. AU - Simpson, Jamesina J. AU - Taflove, Allen. PY - /10/1. Y1 - /10/1. N2 - This letter proposes a novel extremely low frequency (ELF) radar for localized D-region (altitude Cited by: Going back to the subject of the book, it should be noted that the history of the question asked by the book is very complicated and intricate. Starting in the s from the observation of seismogenic electric fields, the area of seismo-ionospheric coupling became an area of .

    STCE Seminar on Ionosphere and Space Weather, 14 Jul , Royal Observatory, Brussels, Belgium. (download) Stankov, S., K. Stegen, P. Muhtarov, P. Marinov, R. Warnant (): On the real time reconstruction of the ionospheric electron density profile based on concurrent measurements from collocated digital ionosonde and GNSS receiver. Modeling the ionospheric E and F1 regions: Using SDO-EVE observations as the solar irradiance driver Jan J. Sojka,1 Joseph Jensen,1 Michael David,1 Robert W. Schunk,1 Tom Woods,2 and Frank Eparvier2 Received 1 March ; revised 13 May ; accepted 29 July ; published 23 August

    Acquiring such a prediction capability will rest on understanding the very topics of this book, the plasma physics and electrodynamics of the system. *Fully updated to reflect advances in the field in the 20 years since the first edition published*Explores the buffeting of the ionosphere from above by the sun and from below by the lower. The ones marked * may be different from the article in the profile. Add co-authors Co-authors. Upload PDF. PDF Restore Delete Forever. Jamesina J. Simpson. Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer ELF radar system proposed for localized D-region ionospheric anomalies. JJ Simpson, A Taflove. IEEE Geoscience and Remote sensing.


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Ionospheric D-region profile data base by L. F. McNamara Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ionospheric D-region profile data base: a collection of computer-accessible experimental profiles of the D and lower E regions. [L F McNamara; World Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics.]. Get this from a library.

Ionospheric D-region profile data base: a collection of computer-accessible experimental profiles of the D and lower E regions. [L F McNamara; World Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics,]. The worldwide ionospheric data base is scat-tered over the entire globe.

Different data sets are held at different institutions in the United States, the Soviet Union, Australia, Europe, and Asia. The World Data Centers in the dif-ferent continents archive and distribute part of. The Ionospheric Physics Group of NCEI operates the Ionosphere portion of the World Data Service for Geophysics, which seeks out and archives data, data products, and information related to the Ionosphere.

Though our focus is ever expanding, much of the current effort at NCEI is in the Ionospheric Vertical Incidence Sounding discipline. The ionosphere is that part of the Earth's atmosphere that results mainly from the photo ionization of the upper atmosphere. Traditionally, the following ionospheric regions and their approximate height ranges have been designated: D region ( km); E region ( km); F1 region ( km); and F2 region (above km).Publish Year: The ionospheric D-region is located at about 60 to 90 Ionospheric D-region profile data base book (km) altitude and is largely responsible for the absorption of radio waves.

Historically, the most important ionospheric measurements in this region have utilized remote probing with such waves (Deeks, ; Coyne and Belrose, ; Lee and Ferraro, ).

However, in termsFile Size: 1MB. The Ionosphere is part of Earth’s upper atmosphere, between 80 and about km where Extreme UltraViolet (EUV) and x-ray solar radiation ionizes the atoms and molecules thus creating a layer of electrons.

the ionosphere is important because it reflects and modifies radio waves used for communication and navigation. Abstract. An estimation method for the state of the ionospheric D region and the base of the E region with the use of space-based facilities is suggested on the basis of an analysis of the differential absorption of radiowaves of ordinary and extraordinary polarizations in the lower by: 1.

@article{osti_, title = {Ionospheric absorption, typical ionization, conductivity, and possible synoptic heating parameters in the upper atmosphere}, author = {Walker, J K and Bhatnagar, V P}, abstractNote = {Relations for the average energetic particle heating and the typical Hall and Pedersen conductances, as functions of the ground.

Definition of the Ionospheric Regions (Structures) For convenience, we divide the Ionosphere into four broad regions called D, E, F, and topside. These regions may be further divided into several regularly occurring layers, such as F1 or F2. D-Region.

F McNamara has written: 'Ionospheric D-region profile data base' -- subject(s): D region, Ionospheric electron density, E region 'A comparative study of methods of electron density profile.

ionospheric D region electron density profile sharpness from the Earth‐ionosphere waveguide mode interference pattern in the spectra of radio atmospherics (or sferics for short), which are the high‐power, broadband, very low frequency (VLF, 3–30 kHz). A brief review of the ionospheric D region electron collision freq uency information that is available from rocket observations and laboratory investigations indicates that the equa­ tion um= X P (mm Hg) is accmate 'l'ithin about ± 10 percent in t he portion of the D region above 40 Size: 4MB.

This paper presents a numerical model and results for the mid-latitude ionospheric profile below the peak of the F2-layer. The basis of the model is the solving of equations for four ionic species O+, NO+, O+2 and N+2, as well as the meta-stable O+(2D) and O+(2P).

Two previously described methods of ionospheric investigation, the observation of weak echoes from the D-region (Gardner and Pawsey, ) and the measurement of ionospheric wave interaction (Fejer, ), are used to determine tentative profiles of electron density and collision frequency for the ionosphere below about 85 by: A plan to publish the Ne(h) profiles reduced from Alouette II ionograms in the form of data books was developed as one of the International Satellites for Ionospheric Studies (ISIS) projects in RRL, and the issues of the Ne(h) data were completed, Data on Topside Ionosphere,Data on Topside Ionosphere,Data on Topside Ionosphere, Cited by: 4.

Electron production by solar Ly- line radiation in the ionospheric D-region. Article km and that use ro cket measuremen ts as data base. Experimental data on the width and depth of the valley above the ionospheric E layer are available for only a limited range of conditions.

Theoretical models are reasonably well defined in this. The ionospheric cross-section based on the IS radar data is displayed in Figure 6 (upper panel), and the phase-difference RT reconstruction is shown in Figure 6 (lower panel). A characteristic trough appeared about 44ºN, and the ionozation sharply increased in the height interval from km to km near 47ºN, due to precipitation of low Cited by: 6.

Firstly, the D-region electron temperature enhancement due to heating is quan-tifled for the flrst time by incoherent scatter measurements in Papers I and III. In these investigations, the presented data analysis generally agrees with the theoretical D-region heating modelling introduced in Section However, there is a signiflcant.

Define ionosphere. ionosphere synonyms, ionosphere pronunciation, ionosphere translation, English dictionary definition of ionosphere. n. A region of the earth's atmosphere where ionization caused by incoming solar radiation affects the transmission of radio waves.R12 predictions from December to December were obtained from the Ionospheric Prediction Service (IPS) in Sydney, Australia.

The month-running mean of the ionospheric IG index (IG12) and IG12 predictions were obtained from the World Data Center C1 (WDC-C1) in Chilton, U.K.Abstract. The lowest part of the ionosphere, the D region, is situated ataltitudes of 60–90km.

The existence of ionization below km was detected at the very beginning of ionospheric investigations by radio wave propagation methods because of the influence exerted on the reflection and absorption of high-frequency radio waves by ionization at these : A. D. Danilov.