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|Title:||Equatorial F-region during Counter-electrojet|
Janve, A V
Rastogi, R G
|Abstract:||The bottom side electron density profiles on two strong counter-electro days (27 and 28 Nov. 1967) are studied from the quarter-hoirly ionograms at an equatorial station, Kosikanal (sip 3.4oN). The typical equatorial noon bite-out in maximum F2-region electron density (Nm) is absent on these days. Height of maximum electron density (hm) and the semi-thickness of F2 layer (ym) are considerably smaller compared to the values on a normal electrojet day. The linear relationship between hm and ym during daytime hours is observed to be violated on these strong counter-electrojet days.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.08(1) [February 1979]|
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