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The African equatorial ionization anomaly response to the St. Patrick’s Day storms of March 2013 and 2015

The ionosphere around the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA) region exhibits complex dynamics and responds markedly to the solar-magnetospheric energy and momentum. In this paper, the hourly total electron content (TEC) variations in response to the EIA structure in Africa to the 2013 and 2015 St. Patrick’s Day storms is investigated using data obtained from a chain of GPS receivers located in the Africa region. The TEC variations are characterized based on the convective magnetospheric dynamo fields, neutral wind circula ...

Bolaji, Olawale; Adekoya, Bolarinwa; Adebiyi, Shola; Adebesin, Babatunde; Ikubanni, Stephen;

Published by: Astrophysics and Space Science      Published on: jan

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.1007/s10509-021-04022-5

TEC; EIA; DDEF; Plasma reversal; PPEF; Pre-storm

Response of the Ionospheric TEC to SSW and Associated Geomagnetic Storm Over the American Low Latitudinal Sector

During the sudden stratospheric warming (SSW) event in 2013, we investigated the American low latitude around 75°W. We used 12 Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers, a pair of magnetometers, and the NASA Thermosphere Ionosphere Mesosphere Energetics and Dynamics (TIMED) satellite airglow instrument to unveil the total electron content (TEC), inferred vertical drift, and the changes in the neutral composition, respectively. A major SSW characterized the 2013 SSW event with the main phase (7–27 January 2013) overlapped ...

Fashae, J.; Bolaji, O.; Rabiu, A.;

Published by: Space Weather      Published on:

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.1029/2021SW002999

equatorial ionization anomaly (EIA); geomagnetic storm; low-latitude ionosphere; sudden stratospheric wind (SSW)


Storm Time Effects on Latitudinal Distribution of Ionospheric TEC in the American and Asian-Australian Sectors: August 25–26, 2018 Geomagnetic Storm

On the dayside of August 25–26, 2018 (main phase, MP of the storm), we unveiled the storm time effects on the latitudinal distribution of ionospheric total electron content (TEC). We used 17 and 19 Global Positioning System receivers in American and Asian-Australian sectors, respectively. Also, we employed a pair of magnetometers in each sector to unveil storm time effects on vertical E × B upward directed inferred drift velocity in the F region ionosphere. Also used is NASA Thermosphere Ionosphere Mesosphere Energetics a ...

Bolaji, O.; Fashae, J.; Adebiyi, S.; Owolabi, Charles; Adebesin, B.; Kaka, R.; Ibanga, Jewel; Abass, M.; Akinola, O.; Adekoya, B.; Younas, W.;

Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics      Published on:

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1029/2020JA029068

double-humped increase (DHI); equatorial ionization anomaly (EIA); prompt penetrating electric field (PPEF); storm time equatorward wind