Tuesday, 12 February 2013

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!
  • Payload charging events in the mesosphere and their impact on Langmuir type electric probes, by T. A. Bekkeng, A. Barjatya, U.-P. Hoppe, A. Pedersen, J. I. Moen, M. Friedrich, and M. Rapp, ANGEO, 2013, Vol.31, pp. 187-196, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-187, http://direct.sref.org/1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-187.
  • Low-latitude equinoctial spread-F occurrence at different longitude sectors under low solar activity, by M. Pezzopane, E. Zuccheretti, P. Abadi, A. J. de Abreu, R. de Jesus, P. R. Fagundes, P. Supnithi, S. Rungraengwajiake, T. Nagatsuma, T. Tsugawa, M. A. Cabrera, and R. G. Ezquer, ANGEO, 2013, Vol.31, pp. 153-162, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-153, http://direct.sref.org/1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-153.
  • GPS observations of medium-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances over Europe, by Y. Otsuka, K. Suzuki, S. Nakagawa, M. Nishioka, K. Shiokawa, and T. Tsugawa, ANGEO, 2013, Vol.31, pp. 163-172, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-163, http://direct.sref.org/1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-163.
  • Support vector machines for TEC seismo-ionospheric anomalies detection, by M. Akhoondzadeh, ANGEO, 2013, Vol.31, pp. 173-186, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-173, http://direct.sref.org/1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-173.
  • The ultra-fast Kelvin waves in the equatorial ionosphere: observations and modeling, by A. N. Onohara, I. S. Batista, and H. Takahashi, ANGEO, 2013, Vol.31, pp. 209-215, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-209, http://direct.sref.org/1432-0576/angeo/2013-31-209.
Source: COSIS.net Alert Service Subscriptions.

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