The temporal and spatial variations of low frequency geomagnetic pulsations at polar cusp and cap latitudes

N. G. Kleimenova, P. Francia, U. Villante, O. V. Kozyreva, J. Bitterly, J. J. Schott

Abstract


Geomagnetic field measurements at two Antarctic stations are compared during two weeks in the local summer (January 1-15, 1992). Low frequency (0.6-6 mHz) pulsations are observed at each station near local magnetic noon. The same wave packets appear in some cases also at the other station, although with a significant attenuation, more clearly in the morning sector; the waves show a near noon reversal of the polarization sense from counter-clockwise in the morning to clockwise in the afternoon indicating a westward and an eastward propagation, respectively.

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Geomagnetic pulsations;Antartica

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.4401/ag-3747
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