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Critical issues in ionospheric data quality and implications for scientific studies
Araujo-Pradere, E; Weatherhead, EC; Dandenault, PB; Bilitza, D; Wilkinson, P; Coker, C; Akmaev, R; Beig, G; a, Bure\^sov\; Paxton, LJ; , others;
Published by: Radio Science Published on:
Investigation of the Causes of the Longitudinal and Solar Cycle Variation of the Electron Density in the Bering Sea and Weddell Sea Anomalies
This paper investigates and quantifies the longitudinal, solar cyclical, and diurnal variation of the ionosphere peak electron density observed by six ionosondes located between 18 and 151\textdegreeE near 60\textdegreeN. Embedded within this region is the Bering Sea anomaly (BSA) where the midnight peak electron density exceeds the midday peak electron density in summer. The BSA is a region West of Alaska extending from approximately 100\textdegree to 200\textdegree east geographic longitude and 55\textdegree to 70\textd ...
Richards, P.; Meier, R.; Chen, Shihping; Dandenault, P.;
Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics Published on: 08/2018
YEAR: 2018   DOI: 10.1029/2018JA025413
Investigation of the Causes of the Longitudinal Variation of the Electron Density in the Weddell Sea Anomaly
This paper investigates and quantifies the causes of the Weddell Sea Anomaly (WSA), a region near the tip of South America extending from approximately 30\textdegree to 120\textdegreeW geographic longitude and 50\textdegree to 75\textdegreeS geographic latitude at solar minimum between 2007 and 2010. This region is unusual because the midnight peak electron density exceeds the midday peak electron density in summer. This study is far more quantitative than previous studies because, unlike other models, it assimilates sele ...
Richards, P.; Meier, R.; Chen, Shih-Ping; Drob, D.; Dandenault, P.;
Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics Published on: 05/2017
YEAR: 2017   DOI: 10.1002/2016JA023565
Heterogeneous Measurements for Advances in Space Science and Space Weather Forecasting
Examples of heterogenous data might include GPS radio occultation limb data and ultraviolet nadir photometry; GUVI/SSUSI cross-track O/N2 maps coupled with SSULI in-track
Budzien, Scott; Chua, Damien; Coker, Clayton; Dandenault, Patrick; Dymond, Kenneth; Nicholas, Andrew; Stephan, Andrew; Doe, Richard; Crowley, Geoff;
Published by: To emphasize that space weather forecasting with new, full-physics models requires heterogeneous datasets with complementary characteristics—not merely a higher volume of any single data type Published on:
Evolved Tiny Ionospheric Photometer (ETIP): A sensor for ionospheric specification
Budzien, Scott; Chua, Damien; Coker, Clayton; Dandenault, Patrick; Dymond, Kenneth; Nicholas, Andrew; Doe, Richard; Crowley, Geoff;
Published by: To address the requirements for space weather sensors, and includes adequate flexibility for accommodation on a range of future flight opportunities, including microsatellite constellations Published on: