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Title: Global Ionospheric TEC Variations During January 10, 1997 Storm
Authors: Ho, C. M.
Mannucci, A. J.
Lindqwister, U. J.
Pi, X.
Tsurutani, B. T.
Sparks, L.
Iijima, B. A.
Wilson, B.
Reyes, M. J.
Harris, I.
Issue Date: Feb-1998
Citation: Geophysical Research Letters
USA
Abstract: The ionospheric storm evolution process was monitored during the January 10, 1997 magnetic cloud event, through measurements of the inonospheric total electron content (TEC) from 150 GPS stations. The first significant response of the inonospheric TEC to the geomagnetic storm was at 0300 UT as an auroral/subauroral enhancement around the Alaskan evening sector.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/19070
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