Magnetic local time , substorm , and particle precipitation-related variations in the behaviour of SuperDARN Doppler spectral widths

@inproceedings{Parkinson2004MagneticLT,
  title={Magnetic local time , substorm , and particle precipitation-related variations in the behaviour of SuperDARN Doppler spectral widths},
  author={Michael L. Parkinson and G. Chisham and Margareth Pinnock and Peter L. Dyson and John C. Devlin},
  year={2004}
}
Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (DARN) radars often detect a distinct transition in line-of-sight Doppler velocity spread, or spectral width, from <50 m s−1 at lower latitude to>200 m s−1 at higher latitude. They also detect a similar boundary, namely the range at which ionospheric scatter with large spectral width suddenly commences (i.e. without preceding scatter with low spectral width). The location and behaviour of the spectral width boundary (SWB) (and scatter boundary) and the open… CONTINUE READING

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