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Title: On the growth and decay of blanketing sporadic-E layers
Authors: Sastri, J. H
Keywords: Atmospheric Ionization;Decay;Ionograms;Ionospheric Sounding;Sporadic E Layer;F Region;Ionosondes;Life Span;Magnetic Equator
Issue Date: Feb-1980
Publisher: The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
Citation: Indian Journal of space Physics, Vol. 9, pp. 28 - 30
Abstract: Vertical incidence ionospheric soundings with a C-3 ionosonde were performed at Kodaikanal (dip 3.5 deg N) at one minute intervals during October 1974-January 1975 with a view to monitoring the small scale fluctuations in the F-region critical frequency. The ionogram data showed the occurrence of blanketing sporadic-E layers during daytime conditions on five occasions. It is demonstrated that strong blanketing-layer type ionization irregularities can occasionally decay, in a span of about four minutes, at stations in the vicinity of the geomagnetic dip equator.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/4418
ISSN: 0367-8393
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