The excitation of active whistler mode signal paths in the magnetosphere by lightning: Two case studies

@inproceedings{Carpenter1989TheEO,
  title={The excitation of active whistler mode signal paths in the magnetosphere by lightning: Two case studies},
  author={Donald L. Carpenter and Richard Edmonds Orville},
  year={1989}
}
In two ∼1 hr case study periods, the properties of whistlers propagating along multiple geomagnetic-field aligned paths from points of origin in the northern hemisphere were compared to data on the location and intensity of lightning. The whistlers were recorded at the approximately conjugate stations Lake Mistissini, Canada and Siple Station, Antarctica, while the lightning data were acquired by the SUNY-Albany lightning detection network operating in the eastern United States. In the two… CONTINUE READING

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