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Variations of TEC over Iberian Peninsula in 2015: geomagnetic storms, solar flares, solar eclipse

@article{Morozova2019VariationsOT,
  title={Variations of TEC over Iberian Peninsula in 2015: geomagnetic storms, solar flares, solar eclipse},
  author={Anna L. Morozova and Tatiana Barlyaeva and Teresa Barata},
  journal={arXiv: Geophysics},
  year={2019}
}
The total ionospheric content (TEC) over the midlatitudinal area (Iberian Peninsula) was studied using data from two locations (on the west and east coasts) obtained both by the GNSS receivers and an ionosonde. The principal component analysis applied to the TEC data allowed us to extract two main modes. The variations of these modes as well as the original TEC data were studied in relations to four strongest geomagnetic storms of 2015, three geomagnetic disturbances of lower amplitude observed… 

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Variations of TEC over Iberian Peninsula in 2015: effects of geomagnetic storms, solar flares, and solar eclipse
The total ionospheric content (TEC) over the mid-latitudinal area (Iberian Peninsula) was studied using data from two locations (on the west and east coasts) obtained both by GNSS receivers and an

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