An investigation into the geomagnetic and ionospheric response during a magnetic activity at high and mid-latitute
ABSTRACT In this work, we have presented a Geomagnetic and Ionospheric response to solar wind activity of the Geomagnetic storm of April 14, 2006. The indicators used in this work; foF2, Dst, Bz and flow speed implies an intense storm in the perturbation of both the Earth’s magnetic field and the peak electron density of the F2 layer, and these perturbation in turn could affect global...
ADEBESIN, B.O, IKUBANNI, S.O, OJEDIRAN, J.O and KAYODE J.S.
FULL NAME: KAYODE, John Stephen Department: Physics Programe: Geophysics E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +234–803-3835077, +234-805-0986018 MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETIES Member, Society of Exploration Geophysics. Member, Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists Member, Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineering (Geosciences and Remote... view full profile
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