Poppy L. Martin

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A strong understanding of the spatial and temporal variation of the Earth's ionosphere (a magneto-ionic, refractive medium 50–1000 km above the Earth's surface) is paramount for the effective operation of radio systems for communication. Ionospheric measurements can be assimilated into models, such as the Electron Density Assimilative Model (EDAM) to(More)
The high latitude (>60°) ionosphere is challenging to model due to many different processes, such as the auroral oval. This creates problems using radio frequencies in the region, such as for radio communications and navigation. This paper discusses ionospheric model testing performed in the high latitude region. The models tested here are the(More)
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