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Title: (abstract) Application of the GPS Worldwide Network in the Study of Global Ionospheric Storms
Authors: Ho, C. M.
Mannucci, A. J.
Lindqwister, U. J.
Pi, X.
Sparks, L. C.
Rao, A. M.
Wilsion, B. D.
Yuan, D. N.
Reyes, M.
Issue Date: 14-Jan-1997
Citation: Santa Monica, CA
Abstract: Ionospheric storm dynamics as a response to the geomagnetic storms is a very complicated global process involving many different mechanisms. Studying ionospheric storms will help us to understand the energy coupling process between the Sun and Earth and possibly also to effectively forecast space weather changes. Such a study requires a worldwide monitoring system. The worldwide GPS network, for the first time, makes near real-time global ionospheric TEC measurements a possibility.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/27505
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