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A study of aspect angle effects in the E-region irregularity velocity using multi-point electric field measurements

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A study of aspect angle effects in the E-region irregularity velocity using multi-point electric field measurements. / Makarevich, R. A.; Senior, A.; Koustov, A. V.; Uspensky, M.; Honary, F.; Dyson, P. L.

In: Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 33, No. 21, 11.2006, p. L21102.

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Makarevich, RA, Senior, A, Koustov, AV, Uspensky, M, Honary, F & Dyson, PL 2006, 'A study of aspect angle effects in the E-region irregularity velocity using multi-point electric field measurements', Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 33, no. 21, pp. L21102. https://doi.org/10.1029/2006GL027740

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Makarevich, R. A., Senior, A., Koustov, A. V., Uspensky, M., Honary, F., & Dyson, P. L. (2006). A study of aspect angle effects in the E-region irregularity velocity using multi-point electric field measurements. Geophysical Research Letters, 33(21), L21102. https://doi.org/10.1029/2006GL027740

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Makarevich, R. A. ; Senior, A. ; Koustov, A. V. ; Uspensky, M. ; Honary, F. ; Dyson, P. L. / A study of aspect angle effects in the E-region irregularity velocity using multi-point electric field measurements. In: Geophysical Research Letters. 2006 ; Vol. 33, No. 21. pp. L21102.

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abstract = "E-region irregularity velocity measured by the STARE Norway VHF radar is considered as a function of magnetic aspect angle α and EISCAT-derived electron drift velocity at 7 locations with α between 0.38° and 2.64°. It is shown that the irregularity line-of-sight (l-o-s) velocity normalized to the electron velocity component V e0 comp exhibits a decrease with an increasing aspect angle for V e0 comp exceeding 500 m/s. The rate of velocity decrease is greater than those reported previously and is close to that predicted by the linear theory of electrojet irregularities without assuming anomalously large collision frequencies.",
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AU - Honary, F.

AU - Dyson, P. L.

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