2 edition of On the role of vertical neutral-gas motions in producing ion convergence at E-region heights found in the catalog.
On the role of vertical neutral-gas motions in producing ion convergence at E-region heights
William H Hooke
|Statement||William H. Hooke|
|Series||ESSA technical report ERL -- 112|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Science Services Administration, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Get this from a library. On the role of vertical neutral-gas motions in producing ion convergence at E-region heights. [William H Hooke; Institute for Telecommunication Sciences,; United States. Environmental Science Services Administration. Research Laboratories.] -- Theoretical and observational results are used to suggest that vertical neutral-gas motions are generally important in.
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G.P.O., ), also by William H. Hooke and United States. Environmental. E)ects of neutral gas motions on midlatitude E region irregular structure Article in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 64(s 12–14) August with 25 Reads.
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G.P.O., ), also by William H. Hooke and Institute for. It is also found that the small wave-associated vertical motions of the neutral gas may play a significant role in producing ion convergence.
Results of numerical calculations are presented to. Basic Equations of the Ionospheric Model  A numerical simulation of sporadic E layers was carried out by modeling the ion density development in a height region between 86 and km using a system of coupled continuity and momentum equations for the species NO +, O 2 +, O +, N 2 +, and Fe +.The systems of mathematical equations which describe the known physical and chemical processes Cited by: Chapter 5 The Mid-Latitude Ionosphere To a first approximation, study of the mid-latitude ionosphere is based on the principles discussed in the book by Rishbeth and Garriott ().
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Metallic positively-charged ions of meteoric origin are deposited in the earth's upper atmosphere over a height range of about km. Electric fields and neutral-gas (eg N2, O, O2) winds at high latitudes may produce convergent ion dynamics that results in the re-distribution of the background altitude distribution of the ions to form thin.
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Such footpoint motions have a range of consequences, depending on whether the motions are slow or fast compared to the Alfv´en speed in the corona. For fast motions, these perturbations propagate along the magnetic ﬁeld and can be interpreted as a series of Alfv´en waves.
The maximum of ion production is at heights of about to km (Fl height). Although the F-region still has production processes that resemble a Chapman layer, the region does not show a real peak – rather, the electron density continues to rise above this height.
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