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2018

The ionosphere response to severe geomagnetic storm in March 2015 on the base of the data from Eurasian high-middle latitudes ionosonde chain

Shpynev, B.G.; Zolotukhina, N.A.; Polekh, N.M.; Ratovsky, K.G.; Chernigovskaya, M.A.; Belinskaya, A.Yu.; Stepanov, A.E.; Bychkov, V.V.; Grigorieva, S.A.; Panchenko, V.A.; Korenkova, N.A.; Mielich, J.;

Published by: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics      Published on: 11/2018

YEAR: 2018     DOI: 10.1016/j.jastp.2017.10.014

The pattern of ionospheric disturbances caused by complex interplanetary structure on 19\textendash22 December 2015

The pattern of the ionospheric storm that was observed during the severe two-step geomagnetic storm on 19\textendash22 December 2015 in ...

Kurkin, V.I.; Polekh, N.M.; Zolotukhina, N.A.;

Published by: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics      Published on: 11/2018

YEAR: 2018     DOI: 10.1016/j.jastp.2018.07.003

2017

Dynamics of ionospheric disturbances during the 17\textendash19 March 2015 geomagnetic storm over East Asia

Polekh, N.; Zolotukhina, N.; Kurkin, V.; Zherebtsov, G.; Shi, J.; Wang, G.; Wang, Z.;

Published by: Advances in Space Research      Published on: 12/2017

YEAR: 2017     DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2017.09.030

2016

Ionospheric effects of magnetospheric and thermospheric disturbances on March 17\textendash19, 2015

Using vertical and oblique radio-sounding data, we analyze the ionospheric and thermospheric disturbances during the magnetic storm that occurred in northeastern Russia on March 17\textendash19, 2015. We consider the heliospheric sources that induced the magnetic storm. During the main and early recovery phases, the midlatitude stations are characterized by extremely low values of electron density at the F2 layer maximum. Using oblique sounding data, we recorded signals that propagated outside the great circle ar ...

Polekh, N.; Zolotukhina, N.; Romanova, E.; Ponomarchuk, S.; Kurkin, V.; Podlesnyi, A.;

Published by: Geomagnetism and Aeronomy      Published on: 09/2016

YEAR: 2016     DOI: 10.1134/S0016793216040174

2015

Ionospheric effects of solar flares and their associated particle ejections in March 2012

Flares of March 4\textendash9, 2012 were accompanied by an intensification of solar electromagnetic and corpuscular radiations and five coronal mass ejections. Bursts of X-rays and increased solar cosmic ray fluxes caused an increase in ionospheric absorption manifesting itself in data from vertical sounding stations as enhancements of the lowest frequency of reflections up to 4\textendash6\ MHz at the daytime and as the disappearance of reflections in the ionograms of high latitude stations. Interplanetary coronal m ...

Zolotukhina, N.; Polekh, N.; Kurkin, V.; Romanova, E.;

Published by: Advances in Space Research      Published on: 06/2015

YEAR: 2015     DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2015.03.004

Ionospheric disturbance; Magnetic storm; X-ray flare; Solar cosmic rays; Coronal mass ejection



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