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Title: The effect of polar magnetic sub-storms on the equatorial sporadic E
Authors: Rastogi, R. G
Keywords: Effect of Polar Magnetic;Sub-Storms;Equatorial Sporadic E
Issue Date: 1973
Publisher: Indian Academy of Sciences
Citation: The Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Vol. 77, No. 3, pp. 130 – 138
Abstract: It is known that equatorial sporadic E disappears at night when dynamo field is east to west. During some DP/sub2 type magnetic sub-storms, which cause a depression of the geomagnetic horizontal field at the equator, the q type of sporadic E is found to- disappear at the equatorial stations Huancayo and Kodaikanal. This suggests that one of the mechanisms causing the temporary disappearance of E/subs – q during daytime in equatorial ionograms is the replacement of the east to west dynamo electric field by a west to east electric field due to the imposition of an electric field opposing the normal daytime S/subq field.
ISSN: 0253-4142
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