Tuesday, 16 April 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!
  • The geo-effectiveness of interplanetary small-scale magnetic fluxropes, by X.-Y. Zhang, M.B. Moldwin, M. Cartwright, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., Pages 1-14 (link).
  • Retrieval of the three-dimensional wave structure of gravity waves from multi-position airglow measurements, by A.N. Belyaev, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., Pages 41-50 (link).
  • Channel electron multiplier operated on a sounding rocket without a cryogenic vacuum pump from 120 to 80 km altitude, by Shannon Dickson, Michael Gausa, Scott Robertson, Zoltan Sternovsky, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., Pages 51-58 (link).
  • A method for selecting the CIE standard general sky model with regard to calculating luminance distributions, by Vittorio Ferraro, Valerio Marinelli, Marilena Mele, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., Pages 59-64 (link).
  • Ionospheric bubbles detection algorithms: Analysis in low latitudes, by S. Magdaleno, M. Cueto, M. Herraiz, G. Rodríguez-Caderot, E. Sardón, I. Rodríguez, J. Atm. Sol.-Terr. Phys., Pages 65-77 (link).
Source: sciencedirect.com.

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