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Modeling ionospheric for F2 by using empirical orthogonal function analysis
A, E.; Zhang, D. -H.; Xiao, Z.; Hao, Y. -Q.; Ridley, A. J.; Moldwin, M.; Zhang, DH (reprint author), Peking Univ, Inst Space Phys & Appl Technol, Sch Earth & Space Sci, Beijing 100871, Peoples R China.
Department空间科学部
Source PublicationANNALES GEOPHYSICAE
2011
Volume29Issue:8Pages:1501-1515
ISSN0992-7689
Language英语
KeywordIonosphere Modeling And Forecasting
AbstractA similar-parameters interpolation method and an empirical orthogonal function analysis are used to construct empirical models for the ionospheric foF2 by using the observational data from three ground-based ionosonde stations in Japan which are Wakkanai (Geographic 45.4 degrees N, 141.7 degrees E), Kokubunji (Geographic 35.7 degrees N, 140.1 degrees E) and Yamagawa (Geographic 31.2 degrees N, 130.6 degrees E) during the years of 1971-1987. The impact of different drivers towards ionospheric foF2 can be well indicated by choosing appropriate proxies. It is shown that the missing data of original foF2 can be optimal refilled using similar-parameters method. The characteristics of base functions and associated coefficients of EOF model are analyzed. The diurnal variation of base functions can reflect the essential nature of ionospheric foF2 while the coefficients represent the long-term alteration tendency. The 1st order EOF coefficient A(1) can reflect the feature of the components with solar cycle variation. A(1) also contains an evident semi-annual variation component as well as a relatively weak annual fluctuation component. Both of which are not so obvious as the solar cycle variation. The 2nd order coefficient A(2) contains mainly annual variation components. The 3rd order coefficient A(3) and 4th order coefficient A(4) contain both annual and semi-annual variation components. The seasonal variation, solar rotation oscillation and the small-scale irregularities are also included in the 4th order coefficient A(4). The amplitude range and developing tendency of all these coefficients depend on the level of solar activity and geomagnetic activity. The reliability and validity of EOF model are verified by comparison with observational data and with International Reference Ionosphere (IRI). The agreement between observations and EOF model is quite well, indicating that the EOF model can reflect the major changes and the temporal distribution characteristics of the mid-latitude ionosphere of the Sea of Japan region. The error analysis processes imply that there are seasonal anomaly and semi-annual asymmetry phenomena which are consistent with pre-existing ionosphere theory.
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nssc.ac.cn/handle/122/4755
Collection空间科学部
Corresponding AuthorZhang, DH (reprint author), Peking Univ, Inst Space Phys & Appl Technol, Sch Earth & Space Sci, Beijing 100871, Peoples R China.
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A, E.,Zhang, D. -H.,Xiao, Z.,et al. Modeling ionospheric for F2 by using empirical orthogonal function analysis[J]. ANNALES GEOPHYSICAE,2011,29(8):1501-1515.
APA A, E..,Zhang, D. -H..,Xiao, Z..,Hao, Y. -Q..,Ridley, A. J..,...&Zhang, DH .(2011).Modeling ionospheric for F2 by using empirical orthogonal function analysis.ANNALES GEOPHYSICAE,29(8),1501-1515.
MLA A, E.,et al."Modeling ionospheric for F2 by using empirical orthogonal function analysis".ANNALES GEOPHYSICAE 29.8(2011):1501-1515.
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