Eects of geomagnetic storms on the ionosphere and atmosphere

@inproceedings{Danilov2001EectsOG,
  title={Eects of geomagnetic storms on the ionosphere and atmosphere},
  author={Aleksei Dmitrievich Danilov and Jan Lastovicka},
  year={2001}
}
A geomagnetic storm is a complex process: its various features act at different heights. In the F2 layer the midlatitude effect is basically an ionospheric response to storm-induced changes in the neutral atmosphere, which are primarily a consequence of a strong Joule heating in the auroral thermosphere. At lower heights the role of ionization and photochemical processes increases due to shorter electron lifetimes. At the base of the F1 layer (160–170 km) the storm effect is almost absent. At E… CONTINUE READING

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