Magnetic storm effects at equatorial electrojet stations

@inproceedings{Rastogi2006MagneticSE,
  title={Magnetic storm effects at equatorial electrojet stations},
  author={Reena Gogia Rastogi},
  year={2006}
}
It is shown that there are distinctly two different mechanisms for the interaction of solar wind with the earth’s magnetosphere to produce electric field in the ionospheric heights at low and middle latitudes. A persistent or slowly varying southward Interplanetary magnetic field i.e. negative IMF-Bz generates dawn to dusk electric field at polar latitudes and a westward (dusk to dawn) electric field at dayside electrojet region which is anti-Sq in direction. A rapid increase of IMF-Bz… CONTINUE READING

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