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Optical studies of particle bombardment in polar cap absorption events

Brian P. Sandford

Optical studies of particle bombardment in polar cap absorption events

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Published by Arctic Institute of North America in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Brian P. Sandford.
SeriesAINA respearch papen ;, no. 23
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/04423 (G)
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 39 leaves :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1937269M
LC Control Number90155987

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Planet. Space Sd.,Vol. 10, pp. to Pergamon Optical studies of particle bombardment in polar cap absorption events book Ltd. Printed in Northern Ireland OPTICAL STUDIES OF PARTICLE BOMBARDMENT IN POLAR CAP ABSORPTION EVENTS B. SANDFORD* Arctic Institute of North America, P Street, N.W., Washington 5, D.C.

Abstracthe intensities of the polar-glow auroral emissions produced by bombardingprotons during a polar cap absorption event Cited by: Abstract The intensities of the polar-glow auroral emissions produced by bombardingprotons during a polar cap absorption event are calculated.

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This coincidence suggested that the ionospheric absorption was associated with F-region plasma patches in the polar cap. Theoretical absorption values of dB, estimated using the electron densities and the electron-ion collision frequencies from the EISCAT F-region plasma data, are smaller than the observed values ( dB).Cited by: 8.

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The solar wind-related phenomena and high-energy particle bombardment of the atmosphere play a role primarily at higher latitudes. SPEs cause polar cap absorption (PCA) events in the lower ionosphere. Effects of geomagnetic storms in the lower ionosphere, middle atmosphere and troposphere Lastovicka J.

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From the standpoint of propagation, that results in very low MUFs in the polar cap. But it is accompanied by an expansion of the polar cap that can bring on heavy, long-duration ionospheric absorption. That is the case with solar proton events, so-called polar cap absorption (PCA) events.

Another possible effect of a high-energy particle bombardment during a flare may be high absorption of HF signals propagating through the polar regions. This is called a Polar Cap Absorption (PCA) event and it may last for several days.

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Sensitivity is limited mainly by fundame Cited by: For example, polar cap absorption events can degradeâ and, during severe events, completely black outâ HF communications along transpolar aviation routes, requiring aircraft flying these routes to be diverted to lower latitudes, at a not inconsiderable cost to the airlines43 and inconvenience to the passengers.

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