Study of a conjugate Pc 5‐6 magnetic and absorption pulsation event at subauroral latitudes in the morning sector

@inproceedings{Oksman1988StudyOA,
  title={Study of a conjugate Pc 5‐6 magnetic and absorption pulsation event at subauroral latitudes in the morning sector},
  author={Jacques Oksman and Theodore Jay Rosenberg and Louis J. Lanzerotti and Carol G. Maclennan and Howard J. Singer},
  year={1988}
}
An interval of long-period hydromagnetic wave activity occurring in the decays phase of a magnetic storm has been studied using ground-based magnetic field and cosmic noise absorption data recorded at L ≲ 4.2. During an ∼90-min interval of decreasing ring current following the storm maximum, a hydromagnetic pulsation train in the Pc 5-6 range emerged (frequencies decreasing monotonically from ∼3 mHz to ∼1 mHz), accompanied by similar oscillations of the cosmic radio noise signal. There is some… CONTINUE READING