LOW FREQUENCY NOISE EMISSIONS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR ENERGETIC PARTICLE PROCESSES IN THE POLAR IONOSPHERE

Authors
  1. Hartz, T.R.
  2. Skovli, G.
Corporate Authors
Communications Research Centre, Ottawa ONT (CAN) National Radio Propagation Lab
Abstract
Studies have been made at 200 kHz of broad-band whistler-mode radio noise emissions that are observed at high latitudes with the Alouette II satellite. Average intensities are portrayed in the form of a polar contour diagram that denotes the principal emission regions. These are found to occur at about noon near 78o invariant, with extensions toward the morning and evening hours at somewhat reduced intensity and latitude.
Date of publication
01 Jan 1970
Number of Pages
10
Reprinted from
Polar Ionosphere and Magnetospheric Processes, 1970, p 151-160
DSTKIM No
72-02830
CANDIS No
14047
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Hardcopy

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