Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Science Tuesday: Recent Papers

Tuesday is the science day on the EISCAT_3D blog. For the science feature, you can submit your research to the blog with an image, photo, or graph, and a short text explaining the study and the key result. We will then publish your work here. For the time being, please send any input to the blog's editor Thomas Ulich (thu -at- sgo -dot- fi). Thanks!
  • Large mesospheric inversion layer due to breaking of small-scale gravity waves: Evidence from Rayleigh lidar observations over Gadanki (13.5°N, 79.2°E), by K. Ramesh, S. Sridharan, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., 89, 90-97, 2012, (link).
  • Solar forcing on the ice winter severity index in the western Baltic region, by M.C. Leal-Silva, V.M. Velasco Herrera, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., 89, 98-109, 2012, (link).
  • Generation of zonal flow and magnetic field by coupled internal-gravity and Alfvén waves in the ionospheric E-layer, by T.D. Kaladze, L.Z. Kahlon, L.V. Tsamalashvili, D.T. Kaladze, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., 89, 110-119, 2012, (link).
  • Local climatological modeling of ionospheric irregularities detected by GPS in the mid-latitude region, by G. Wautelet, R. Warnant, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., 89, 132-143, 2012, (link).
  • Climatology of the inter-hemispheric field-aligned currents system over the Nigeria ionosphere, by O.S. Bolaji, A.B. Rabiu, E.O. Oyeyemi, K. Yumoto, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., 89, 144-153, 2012, (link).
Source: ScienceDirect Message Center.

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