The VLF complex permittivity of deep Antarctic ice measured in situ

@inproceedings{Rogers1975TheVC,
  title={The VLF complex permittivity of deep Antarctic ice measured in situ},
  author={James C. Rogers and Irene C. Peden},
  year={1975}
}
The results of the first in-situ measurement at VLF of the complex permittivities of deep Antarctic ice are presented as functions of depth, projected along the vertical. Measurements made with an electrically short dipole probe at five frequencies to a depth of 1500 m below the ice surface are reported. Temperature is identified as a dominant factor affecting the ice permittivity. This fact, coupled with the measurements of complex permittivity to 1500 m depth, is used to estimate ice… CONTINUE READING