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Daytime high-latitude auroral pulsations: some morphological features and the region of the magnetospheric source / V.G. Vorobjev, O.I. Yagodkina, D.G. Sibeck, P. Newell.

Title: Daytime high-latitude auroral pulsations: some morphological features and the region of the magnetospheric source / V.G. Vorobjev, O.I. Yagodkina, D.G. Sibeck, P. Newell.
Author(s): Vorobjev, V. G.
Yagodkina, O. I.
Sibeck, D. G.
Newell, P.
Date: 1999.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research. (1999.), Vol. 104(A5) (1999)
Abstract: Results of statistical study observed at cusp and cleft latitudes as function of solar wind and geomagnetic conditions. Periods of pulses range from 10 to 40 sec. Geomagnetic pulsations occur almost every day, but auroras on only quarter of days, during geomagnetically quiet periods. Conclusions exclude various causes; vague idea of where to look long-term emerges.
Notes:

Journal of Geophysical Research. Vol. 104(A5) :10, 135-10, 144 (1999).

Keywords: 519.2 -- Statistical methods.
550.38 -- Geomagnetism.
551.521.67 -- Radiation, solar.
551.594.53 -- Aurora, periodicity.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 153425

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