Diurnal variations of ELF transients and background noise in the Schumann resonance band: ELF DIURNAL VARIATIONS

@inproceedings{Greenberg2007DiurnalVO,
  title={Diurnal variations of ELF transients and background noise in the Schumann resonance band: ELF DIURNAL VARIATIONS},
  author={Eran Greenberg and Colin Price},
  year={2007}
}
[1] Schumann resonances (SR) are resonant electromagnetic waves in the Earth-ionosphere cavity, induced primarily by lightning discharges, with a fundamental frequency of about 8 Hz and higher-order modes separated by approximately 6 Hz. The SR are made up of the background signal resulting from global lightning activity and extremely low frequency (ELF) transients resulting from particularly intense lightning discharges somewhere on the planet. Since transients within the Earth-ionosphere… CONTINUE READING