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Peculiarities of the recalculation of geomagnetic variations on-shore base stations to aquatories in auroral and subauroral latitudes
Author(s): Yu. A. Kopytenko; V. S. Ismagilov
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Paper Abstract

Geomagnetic pulsations are generated at great distances from the Earth's surface due to a plasmic instabilities of different kinds and a resonance processes in the solar wind and in the magnetospheric- ionospheric plasma. After complex pro- cesses of transformation and propagation along force lines of the magnetic field to the Earth's surface, they induce telluric currents in the conducting earth's crust. Geomagnetic pulsations observed on the earth's surface carry information about both the physical parameters of interplane- tary medium, magnetosphere and iono- sphere, and geoelectric features of the Earth's crust. At the same time geomagne- tic pulsations are natural hindrances that should be taken into account during the performance of precise magnetic surveys including surveys on marine and aircraft bearers. The research on the frequency of geomagnetic pulsation appearance and on the spatial-temporal distribution on their parameters can present highly useful and valuable material that can be considered in a wide context depending on the direction of investigations.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 November 1993
PDF: 14 pages
Proc. SPIE 2111, Symposium on Russian Airborne Geophysics and Remote Sensing, (1 November 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.162870
Show Author Affiliations
Yu. A. Kopytenko, SPbFIZMIRAN (Russia)
V. S. Ismagilov, SPbFIZMIRAN (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2111:
Symposium on Russian Airborne Geophysics and Remote Sensing
Norman Harthill, Editor(s)

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