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

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

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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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Kleimenova NG, Francia P, Villante U, Kozyreva OV, Bitterly J, Schott JJ. The temporal and spatial variations of low frequency geomagnetic pulsations at polar cusp and cap latitudes. Ann. Geophys. [Internet]. 1999Nov.25 [cited 2021Oct.25];42(4). Available from: https://www.annalsofgeophysics.eu/index.php/annals/article/view/3747
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