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Analysis of Refractive Effects on Mid-Latitude SuperDARN Velocity Measurements
(Virginia Tech, 2014-10-27)
First time ionospheric refractive index values have been determined at mid latitudes using frequency switched SuperDARN plasma convection velocity estimates. Previous works have found a disparity between high latitude ...
Large-scale observations of the spatial and temporal dynamics of quiet-time Sub-auroral Polarization Streams using SuperDARN HF Radars
(Virginia Tech, 2013-09-25)
The Sub-Auroral Polarization Stream (SAPS) is a narrow, intense and persistent westward (sunward) ionospheric convection flow channel observed equatorward of the auroral electron precipitation boundary, predominantly on ...
Dynamics of the geomagnetically disturbed ionosphere as measured by GPS receivers and SuperDARN HF radars
(Virginia Tech, 2012-12-07)
Total electron content (TEC) data measured from ground-based GPS receivers is compared to HF backscatter from ionospheric irregularities obtained by Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) radars. We present the first ...
Ion-neutral coupling in the geomagnetically disturbed mid-latitude ionosphere as observed by SuperDARN HF radars and NATION Fabry-Perot Interferometers
(Virginia Tech, 2015-09-17)
The earth's ionosphere-thermosphere region is a coupled environment which is governed by interactions between the overlapping neutral constituents and ionospheric plasma. The mid-latitude thermosphere-ionosphere system is ...