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Alternative TitleComparison on ionosphere Spread-F between high and low latitude regions during the storm time
陶伟; 史建魁; 王国军; Zherebtsov, G.; Pirog, O.; Stepanov, A.; Tao, W. (wtao@spaceweather.ac.cn)
Source Publication电波科学学报
Keyword高低纬电离层 扩展f 暴时特性 扰动传播
Other AbstractContrastive study of Spread-F between different latitudes of ionosphere is an important method to investigate ionospheric disturbance propagation. In this paper, data from three DPS-4 digisondes located at low and high latitude regions were used to study the ionospheric Spread-F properties during the six storm times. The results show that, the observed types of Spread-F over high and low latitudes are not exactly the same. And the start time of Spread-F will be later if the latitude of the station is lower. It implies that propagation of the ionospheric irregularities which caused the Spread-F is from high latitude to low latitude ionosphere. © 2011 by Editorial Department of Chinese Journal of Radio Science.
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Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding AuthorTao, W. (wtao@spaceweather.ac.cn)
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陶伟,史建魁,王国军,等. 高低纬地区电离层扩展F暴时特性比较研究[J]. 电波科学学报,2011,26(5):899-903.
APA 陶伟.,史建魁.,王国军.,Zherebtsov, G..,Pirog, O..,...&Tao, W. .(2011).高低纬地区电离层扩展F暴时特性比较研究.电波科学学报,26(5),899-903.
MLA 陶伟,et al."高低纬地区电离层扩展F暴时特性比较研究".电波科学学报 26.5(2011):899-903.
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