Corpus ID: 40220740

Modelling F 2-layer seasonal trends and day-to-day variability driven by coupling with the lower atmosphere

@inproceedings{Mendilloa2002ModellingF2,
  title={Modelling F 2-layer seasonal trends and day-to-day variability driven by coupling with the lower atmosphere},
  author={M. Mendilloa and H. Rishbetha and R. G. Roblec and J. Wrotena},
  year={2002}
}
This paper presents results from the TIME-GCM-CCM3 thermosphere–ionosphere–lower atmosphere 5ux-coupled model, and investigates how well the model simulates known F2-layer day=night and seasonal behaviour and patterns of day-to-day variability at seven ionosonde stations. Of the many possible contributors to F2-layer variability, the present work includes only the in5uence of ‘meteorological’ disturbances transmitted from lower levels in the atmosphere, solar and geomagnetic conditions being… Expand
Equatorial and Low Latitude Ionospheric Effects During Sudden Stratospheric Warming Events
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 47 REFERENCES
Semiannual and annual variations in the height of the ionospheric F2-peak
Modeling the low-latitude thermosphere and ionosphere
Migrating thermospheric tides
Simulation of tides with a spectral mesosphere/lower thermosphere model
...
1
2
3
4
5
...