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Record #197571:

Fines structure of aurora / Ingrid Sandahl, Urban Brändström, Tima Sergienko.

Title: Fines structure of aurora / Ingrid Sandahl, Urban Brändström, Tima Sergienko.
Author(s): Sandahl, Ingrid.
Brändström, Urban.
Sergienko, Tima.
Date: 2011.
In: International Journal of Remote Sensing. (2011.), Vol. 32(11) (2011)
Abstract: Describes recent advances in study of fine structure of auroras. Optical measurement systems are able to use higher resolution than other types of ground-based instrument used in auroral studies. New results have been obtained regarding, e.g., elemental structures in discrete auroras, generation of Alfvén waves in shear regions, dynamic rayed auroras, fine structure of diffuse auroras, and fine structure of auroral curls.
Notes:

International Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol. 32(11) :2947-2972 (2011).

Keywords: 53.087.23 -- Remote sensing.
551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.594.5 -- Aurora, airglow.
681.4 -- Aurora, optical instruments.
551.594.51 -- Aurora, physics and technical analysis.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
SPRI record no.: 197571

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