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Large-scale imaging of high-latitude convection with Super Dual Auroral Radar Network HF radar observations
The HF radars of the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) provide measurements of the E × B drift of ionospheric plasma over extended regions of the high-latitude ionosphere. With the recentExpand
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Field line resonances associated with MHD waveguides in the magnetosphere
The Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory HF radar at Goose Bay often sees F-region drifts or electric fields which are associated with field line resonances in the Earth'sExpand
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Statistical patterns of high‐latitude convection obtained from Goose Bay HF radar observations
We have derived patterns that describe the statistical interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) dependencies of ionospheric convection in the high-latitude region of the northern hemisphere. TheExpand
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Magnetometer and radar observations of magnetohydrodynamic cavity modes in the Earth's magnetosphere
Night and early morning data from the Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory HF radar at Goose Bay and from the magnetometers in the Canadian CANOPUS array often show structured spectraExpand
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HF radar observations of Pc 5 field line resonances in the midnight/early morning MLT sector
On a number of occasions The Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory HF radar at Goose Bay, Labrador, has observed the effects of field line resonances on the drift velocities ofExpand
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A decade of the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN): scientific achievements, new techniques and future directions
The Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) has been operating as an international co-operative organization for over 10 years. The network has now grown so that the fields of view of its 18Expand
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Spatial and temporal behavior of ULF pulsations observed by the Goose Bay HF radar
A detailed analysis of HF radar data of a ULF pulsation event in the postmidnight sector on January 11, 1989, has been carried out using techniques which allow the instantaneous amplitude and phaseExpand
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HF radar observations of E region plasma irregularities produced by oblique electron streaming
Data obtained with the Applied Physics Laboratory HF radar located in Goose Bay, Labrador, have been used to determine the characteristic features of high-latitude ionospheric irregularities atExpand
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Simultaneous HF-radar and DMSP observations of the cusp
The Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) Program is directed toward modeling the coupled solar wind/magnetosphere/ionosphere system. The inter-calibration of ground-based observations of theExpand
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Drift motions of small‐scale irregularities in the high‐latitude F region: An experimental comparison with plasma drift motions
On the evening of January 6, 1986, coordinated observations were carried out with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory HF coherent scatter radar at Goose Bay, Labrador, and the SRIExpand
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