GUVI Biblio





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2020

Multi-wavelength coordinated observations of ionospheric irregularity structures from an anomaly crest location during unusual solar minimum of the 24th cycle

The present paper reports coordinated ionospheric irregularity measurements at optical as well as GPS wavelengths. Optical measurements were obtained from Tiny Ionospheric Photometer (TIP) sensors installed onboard the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere, and Climate (COSMIC) satellites. GPS radio signals were obtained from a dual frequency GPS receiver operational at Calcutta (22.58\textdegreeN, 88.38\textdegreeE geographic; geomagnetic dip: 32.96\textdegree; 13.00\textdegreeN, 161.63\textdegreeE g ...

Paul, Ashik; Sur, Dibyendu; Haralambous, Haris;

YEAR: 2020     DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2019.11.035

GPS radio measurements; ionospheric irregularities; Northern crest of EIA; Optical measurements; solar minimum; TIP

2019

Conjugate hemispheric response of earth\textquoterights ionosphere due to geomagnetic storms occurred during two equinox periods

The ionospheric response of two geomagnetic storms of 2016 occurred during spring equinox (5-8 March, 2016) and autumn equinox (12-15 October, 2016) is investigated using the total electron content (TEC) data derived from Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers located in the equatorial ionization anomaly (EIA) crest regions at northern hemisphere (Tripura University, Agartala, India) and southern hemisphere (Karratha, Australia). While in southern EIA station ionospheric responses for the two storms are found to be sym ...

Patari, Arup; De, Barin; Guha, Anirban; Paul, Bapan;

YEAR: 2019     DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/1330/1/012004

Effects of CME and CIR induced geomagnetic storms on low-latitude ionization over Indian longitudes in terms of neutral dynamics

This paper presents the response of the ionosphere during the intense geomagnetic storms of October 12\textendash20, 2016 and May 26\textendash31, 2017 which occurred during the declining phase of the solar cycle 24. Total Electron Content (TEC) from GPS measured at Indore, Calcutta and Siliguri having geomagnetic dips varying from 32.23\textdegreeN, 32\textdegreeN and 39.49\textdegreeN respectively and at the International GNSS Service (IGS) stations at Lucknow (beyond anomaly crest), Hyderabad (between geomagnetic equat ...

Chakraborty, S.; Ray, S.; Sur, D.; Datta, A.; Paul, A.;

YEAR: 2019     DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2019.09.047

Response of the Earth\textquoterights equatorial ionosphere during the severe G4-class geomagnetic storm of 8 th September 2017

Equatorial and low latitude ionospheric response of the 8th September 2017 severe G4-class geomagnetic storm is investigated using the total electron content (TEC) data from a longitudinal chain of global positioning system (GPS) receivers over Asian, African and American sectors. During the main phase, a positive storm effect is observed over Asian sector, a complete negative storm effect over African sector and both are observed over American sector. A sharp increase in peak TEC is observed over the complete ...

Paul, Bapan; Patari, Arup; De, Barin; Guha, Anirban;

YEAR: 2019     DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/1330/1/012005

2018

Latitudinal variation of F-region ionospheric response during three strongest geomagnetic storms of 2015

The latitudinal ionospheric response of the three strongest geomagnetic storms of 2015 of the current solar cycle 24 during 16\textendash19 March 2015, 21\textendash24 June 2015 and 19\textendash22 December 2015 is investigated using the total electron content data derived from a latitudinal chain of Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers extending from 70\textdegreeN to 70\textdegreeS. The storm time perturbations of the ionosphere during main and recovery phase is presented by the GPS derived vertical total electron ...

Paul, Bapan; De, Barin; Guha, Anirban;

YEAR: 2018     DOI: 10.1007/s40328-018-0221-4

2017

Total electron content responses to HILDCAAs and geomagnetic storms over South America

Total electron content (TEC) is extensively used to monitor the ionospheric behavior under geomagnetically quiet and disturbed conditions. This subject is of greatest importance for space weather applications. Under disturbed conditions the two main sources of electric fields, which are responsible for changes in the plasma drifts and for current perturbations, are the short-lived prompt penetration electric fields (PPEFs) and the longer-lasting ionospheric disturbance dynamo (DD) electric fields. Both mechanisms modulate ...

Negreti, Patricia; de Paula, Eurico; Candido, Claudia;

YEAR: 2017     DOI: 10.5194/angeo-35-1309-2017

2015

Characteristics of post-midnight L-band scintillation in the transition region from the equatorial to mid-latitudes over the Indian longitude sector using COSMIC, C/NOFS and GPS measurements

Occurrence of L band scintillations around midnight and postmidnight hours have not been well studied and reported from the higher equatorial latitudes in the transition region from the equatorial to midlatitudes over the Indian longitude sector. The present paper reports cases of postmidnight L band scintillation observations by COSMIC during March 2014 over the Indian longitude sector. GPS\ S4measurements from the International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Service station at Lucknow (26.9 ...

Paul, A.; Haralambous, H.; Oikonomou, C.;

YEAR: 2015     DOI: 10.1002/2015RS005807

postmidnight L band scintillation over Indian longitude sector

2014

Effects of transionospheric signal decorrelation on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) performance studied from irregularity dynamics around the northern crest of the EIA

Transionospheric satellite navigation links operate primarily at L band and are frequently subject to severe degradation of performances arising out of ionospheric irregularities. Various characteristic features of equatorial ionospheric irregularity bubbles like the drift velocity, characteristic velocity, decorrelation time, and decorrelation distance can be determined using spaced aerial measurements at VHF. These parameters measured at VHF from a station Calcutta situated near the northern crest of the Equatorial Ioni ...

Das, T.; Roy, B.; Paul, A.;

YEAR: 2014     DOI: 10.1002/rds.v49.1010.1002/2014RS005406

GNSS position determination accuracy under adverse ionospheric conditions; GUVI; irregularity dynamics at VHF

GPS L1-Frequency Observations of Equatorial Scintillations and Irregularity Zonal Velocities

In this work, the climatology of ionospheric scintillations at global positioning system (GPS) L-band frequency and the zonal drift velocities of scintillation-producing irregularities were depicted for the equatorial observatory of S\~ao Luis (2.33\textdegreeS; 44.21\textdegreeW; dip latitude 1.3\textdegreeS), Brazil. This is the first time that the hourly, monthly, and seasonal variations of scintillations and irregularity zonal drifts at S\~ao Luis were characterized during periods of different solar activity levels (f ...

Muella, Marcio; de Paula, Eurico; Jonah, Olusegun;

YEAR: 2014     DOI: 10.1007/s10712-013-9252-0

GPS; Ionospheric drifts; ionospheric irregularities; Ionospheric scintillation

2010

Scintillation-producing Fresnel-scale irregularities associated with the regions of steepest TEC gradients adjacent to the equatorial ionization anomaly

Muella, M.; Kherani, E.; de Paula, E.; Cerruti, A.; Kintner, P.; Kantor, I.; Mitchell, C.; Batista, I.; Abdu, M.;

YEAR: 2010     DOI: 10.1029/2009JA014788

2009

Gravity wave initiation of equatorial spread F/plasma bubble irregularities based on observational data from the SpreadFEx campaign

The data from ground based experiments conducted during the 2005 SpreadFEx campaign in Brazil are used, with the help of theoretical model calculations, to investigate the precursor conditions, and especially, the role of gravity waves, in the instability initiation leading to equatorial spread F development. Data from a digisonde and a 30 MHz coherent back-scatter radar operated at an equatorial site, Sao Luis (dip angle: 2.7\textdegree) and from a digisonde operated at another equatorial site (dip angle: -11.5\textdegre ...

Abdu, M.; Kherani, Alam; Batista, I.; de Paula, E.; Fritts, D.; Sobral, J.;

YEAR: 2009     DOI: 10.5194/angeo-27-2607-2009

Overview and summary of the Spread F Experiment (SpreadFEx)

We provide here an overview of, and a summary of results arising from, an extensive experimental campaign (the Spread F Experiment, or SpreadFEx) performed from September to November 2005, with primary measurements in Brazil. The motivation was to define the potential role of neutral atmosphere dynamics, specifically gravity wave motions propagating upward from the lower atmosphere, in seeding Rayleigh-Taylor instability (RTI) and plasma bubbles extending to higher altitudes. Campaign measurements focused on the Brazilian ...

Fritts, D.; Abdu, M.; Batista, B.; Batista, I.; Batista, P.; Buriti, R.; Clemesha, B.; Dautermann, T.; de Paula, E.; Fechine, B.; Fejer, B.; Gobbi, D.; Haase, J.; Kamalabadi, F.; Kherani, E.; Laughman, B.; Lima, P.; Liu, H.-L.; Medeiros, A.; Pautet, P.-D.; Riggin, D.; Rodrigues, F.; Sabbas, F.; Sobral, J.; Stamus, P.; Takahashi, H.; Taylor, M.; Vadas, S.; Vargas, F.; Wrasse, C.;

YEAR: 2009     DOI: 10.5194/angeo-27-2141-2009

Simultaneous observation of ionospheric plasma bubbles and mesospheric gravity waves during the SpreadFEx Campaign

Takahashi, H.; Taylor, M.; Pautet, P.-D.; Medeiros, A.; Gobbi, D.; Wrasse, C.; Fechine, J.; Abdu, M.; Batista, I.; Paula, E.; Sobral, J.; Arruda, D.; Vadas, S.; Sabbas, F.; Fritts, D.;

YEAR: 2009     DOI: 10.5194/angeo-27-1477-2009

The Spread F Experiment (SpreadFEx): Program overview and first results

Fritts, D.; Abdu, M.; Batista, B.; Batista, I.; Batista, P.; Buriti, R.; Clemesha, B.; Dautermann, T.; de Paula, E.; Fechine, B.; Fejer, B.; Gobbi, D.; Haase, J.; Kamalabadi, F.; Kherani, E.; Laughman, B.; Lima, J.; Liu, H.-L.; Medeiros, A.; Pautet, P.-D.; Riggin, D.; Rodrigues, F.; Sabbas, Sao; Sobral, J.; Stamus, P.; Takahasi, H.; Taylor, M.; Vadas, S.; Vargas, F.; Wrasse, C.;

YEAR: 2009     DOI:

2008

Coherent backscatter radar imaging in Brazil: large-scale waves in the bottomside F-region at the onset of equatorial spread F

Rodrigues, FS; Hysell, DL; de Paula, ER;

YEAR: 2008     DOI:



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