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Title: The geomagnetic solar flare effect of 6 July 1968 and its implications
Authors: Sastri, J. H
Keywords: Equatorial Electrojet;Geomagnetism;Magnetic Signatures;Solar Activity Effects;Solar Flares;Ionograms;Magnetic Measurement
Issue Date: Dec-1975
Publisher: European Geophysical Society
Citation: Annales de Geophysique, vol. 31, pp. 481 - 485
Abstract: A study of the geomagnetic solar flare effect (SFE) of July 6, 1968, observed at five Indian magnetic observatories, lying in the longitude range 72-80 E, revealed that this SFE is characterized by a decrease in the H-component at electrojet stations and an increase in the H-component at stations outside the electrojet. Examination of relevant ionogram and magnetogram data recorded at Kodaikanal, a station under the electrojet, indicated the existence of a counter-electrojet just prior to and after the occurrence of SFE.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/4688
ISSN: 0003-4029
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