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Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations. / Warrington, Michael; Stocker, A. J.; Hallam, Jonathan; Siddle, D.; Al-Behadili, H.A.H.; Zaalov, Nikolay; Honary, Farideh; Rogers, Neil Christopher; Boteler, D.H.; Danskin, Donald W.

2017. 1-7 Paper presented at 15th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Alexandria, VA, United States.

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Warrington, M, Stocker, AJ, Hallam, J, Siddle, D, Al-Behadili, HAH, Zaalov, N, Honary, F, Rogers, NC, Boteler, DH & Danskin, DW 2017, 'Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations', Paper presented at 15th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Alexandria, VA, United States, 9/05/17 - 11/05/17 pp. 1-7. <http://ies2017.bc.edu/wp-content/uploads/simple-file-list/7A4-Warrington-paper.pdf>

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Warrington, M., Stocker, A. J., Hallam, J., Siddle, D., Al-Behadili, H. A. H., Zaalov, N., Honary, F., Rogers, N. C., Boteler, D. H., & Danskin, D. W. (2017). Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations. 1-7. Paper presented at 15th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Alexandria, VA, United States. http://ies2017.bc.edu/wp-content/uploads/simple-file-list/7A4-Warrington-paper.pdf

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Warrington M, Stocker AJ, Hallam J, Siddle D, Al-Behadili HAH, Zaalov N et al. Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations. 2017. Paper presented at 15th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Alexandria, VA, United States.

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Warrington, Michael ; Stocker, A. J. ; Hallam, Jonathan ; Siddle, D. ; Al-Behadili, H.A.H. ; Zaalov, Nikolay ; Honary, Farideh ; Rogers, Neil Christopher ; Boteler, D.H. ; Danskin, Donald W. / Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations. Paper presented at 15th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium, Alexandria, VA, United States.7 p.

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title = "Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations",
abstract = "Researchers at the University of Leicester, Lancaster University and St Petersburg State University have developed various models that can be employed in HF radio propagation predictions. Signal coverage predictions make use of numerical ray tracing to estimate the ray paths through a modelionosphere that includes various ionospheric features prevalent at high latitudes (in particular patches, arcs, ionisation tongue, auroral zone irregularities and the mid-latitude trough). Modelling of D-region absorption is also included. GOES satellites provide information on X-ray flux (causing shortwave fadeout during solar flares) and precipitating energetic proton flux which correlates strongly with Polar Cap Absorption (PCA). Solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field measurements from the ACE or DSCOVR spacecraft provide geomagnetic index estimates used to model the location of both auroral absorption and the proton rigidity cutoff boundary that definesthe latitudinal extent of PCA during solar proton events (SPE). This paper presents measurements and associated modelling for a 9 day period.",
keywords = "Ionosphere , Space weather, HF radio propagation",
author = "Michael Warrington and Stocker, {A. J.} and Jonathan Hallam and D. Siddle and H.A.H. Al-Behadili and Nikolay Zaalov and Farideh Honary and Rogers, {Neil Christopher} and D.H. Boteler and Danskin, {Donald W.}",
year = "2017",
month = may,
day = "9",
language = "English",
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RIS

TY - CONF

T1 - Observations of HF radio propagation at high latitudes and predictions using data-driven simulations

AU - Warrington, Michael

AU - Stocker, A. J.

AU - Hallam, Jonathan

AU - Siddle, D.

AU - Al-Behadili, H.A.H.

AU - Zaalov, Nikolay

AU - Honary, Farideh

AU - Rogers, Neil Christopher

AU - Boteler, D.H.

AU - Danskin, Donald W.

PY - 2017/5/9

Y1 - 2017/5/9

N2 - Researchers at the University of Leicester, Lancaster University and St Petersburg State University have developed various models that can be employed in HF radio propagation predictions. Signal coverage predictions make use of numerical ray tracing to estimate the ray paths through a modelionosphere that includes various ionospheric features prevalent at high latitudes (in particular patches, arcs, ionisation tongue, auroral zone irregularities and the mid-latitude trough). Modelling of D-region absorption is also included. GOES satellites provide information on X-ray flux (causing shortwave fadeout during solar flares) and precipitating energetic proton flux which correlates strongly with Polar Cap Absorption (PCA). Solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field measurements from the ACE or DSCOVR spacecraft provide geomagnetic index estimates used to model the location of both auroral absorption and the proton rigidity cutoff boundary that definesthe latitudinal extent of PCA during solar proton events (SPE). This paper presents measurements and associated modelling for a 9 day period.

AB - Researchers at the University of Leicester, Lancaster University and St Petersburg State University have developed various models that can be employed in HF radio propagation predictions. Signal coverage predictions make use of numerical ray tracing to estimate the ray paths through a modelionosphere that includes various ionospheric features prevalent at high latitudes (in particular patches, arcs, ionisation tongue, auroral zone irregularities and the mid-latitude trough). Modelling of D-region absorption is also included. GOES satellites provide information on X-ray flux (causing shortwave fadeout during solar flares) and precipitating energetic proton flux which correlates strongly with Polar Cap Absorption (PCA). Solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field measurements from the ACE or DSCOVR spacecraft provide geomagnetic index estimates used to model the location of both auroral absorption and the proton rigidity cutoff boundary that definesthe latitudinal extent of PCA during solar proton events (SPE). This paper presents measurements and associated modelling for a 9 day period.

KW - Ionosphere

KW - Space weather

KW - HF radio propagation

M3 - Conference paper

SP - 1

EP - 7

T2 - 15th International Ionospheric Effects Symposium

Y2 - 9 May 2017 through 11 May 2017

ER -