Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
13-Feb-2015The annual asymmetry in the F2 layer during deep solar minimum (2008–2009): December anomalyMikhailov, A.* ; Perrone, L.* 
2Aug-2009Climate of the upper atmosphereBremer, J.* ; Lăstovička, J.* ; Mikhailov, A. V.* ; Altadill, D.* ; Bencze, P.* ; Burešová, D.* ; De Franceschi, G.* ; Jacobi, C.* ; Kouris, S.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Turunen, E.* 
34-Sep-2014Comment on “The winter anomaly in the middlelatitude F region during the solar minimum period observed by the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere, and Climate” by W. K. Lee, H. Kil, Y.-S. Kwak, Q. Wu, S. Cho, and J. U. ParkMikhailov, A. ; Perrone, L. 
48-Jun-2011FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC E region observations and daytime foE at middle latitudesPerrone, L.* ; Mikhailov, A. V.* ; Korsunova, L. P.* 
52-Feb-2005Instantaneous space-weighted ionospheric regional model for instantaneous mapping of the critical frequency of the F2 layer in the European regionPietrella, M.* ; Perrone, L.* 
612-Apr-2010Ionospheric precursors for crustal earthquakes in ItalyPerrone, L.* ; Korsunova, L. P.* ; Mikhailov, A.* 
72008A local ionospheric model for forecasting the critical frequency of the F2 layer during disturbed geomagnetic and ionospheric conditionsPietrella, M.* ; Perrone, L.* 
82001Long term trend in the high latitude ionosphereAlfonsi, Lu.* ; De Franceschi, G.* ; Perrone, L.* 
92002Long Term Trends of the critical frequency of the F2 layer at Northern and Southern high latitude regionsAlfonsi, Lu.* ; De Franceschi, G.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Materassi, M.* 
1027-Sep-2017Long-term variations of the upper atmosphere parameters on Rome ionosonde observations and their interpretationPerrone, Loredana* ; Mikhailov, A.* ; Cesaroni, Claudio* ; Alfonsi, Lucilla* ; De Santis, Angelo* ; Pezzopane, Michael* ; Scotto, Carlo* 
112002Magnetic and solar effects on ionospheric absorption at high latitudeRomano, V.* ; Cerrone, M.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Pietrella, M.* 
121-Apr-2017A mechanism of midlatitude noontime foE long-term variations inferred from European observationsMikhailov, Andrei* ; Perrone, Loredana* ; Nusinov, A.* 
1310-Apr-2014A method for foF2 short-term (1–24 h) forecast using both historical and real-time foF2 observations over European stations: EUROMAP modelPerrone, L. ; Mikhailov, A. 
14Aug-2009Near-Earth space plasma modelling and forecastingStrangeways, H. J.* ; Kutiev, I.* ; Cander, L. R.* ; Kouris, S.* ; Gherm, V.* ; Marin, D.* ; De La Morena, B.* ; Pryse, S. E.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Pietrella, M.* ; Stankov, S.* ; Tomasik, L.* ; Tulunay, E.* ; Tulunay, Y.* ; Zernov, N.* ; Zolesi, B.* 
152008A new campaign for oblique-incidence ionospheric sounding over Europe and its data applicationZolesi, B.* ; Fontana, G.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Pietrella, M.* ; Romano, V.* ; Tutone, G.* ; Belehaki, A.* ; Tsagouri, I.* ; Kouris, S. S.* ; Vallianatos, F.* ; Makris, J. P.* ; Angling, M. J.* 
162-Jun-2009Oblique-incidence ionospheric soundings over Central Europe and their application for testing now casting and long term prediction modelsPietrella, M.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Fontana, G.* ; Romano, V.* ; Malagnini, A.* ; Tutone, G.* ; Zolesi, B.* ; Cander, Lj. R.* ; Belehaki, A.* ; Tsagouri, I.* ; Kouris, S. S.* ; Vallianatos, F.* ; Makris, J.* ; Angling, M.* 
1718-Mar-2011On the mechanism of seasonal and solar cycle NmF2 variations: A quantitative estimate of the main parameters contribution using incoherent scatter radar observationsMikhailov, A. V.* ; Perrone, L.* 
1828-Feb-2014On the possible use of radio occultation middle latitude electron density profiles to retrieve thermospheric parametersMikhailov, A.* ; Beleaki, A.* ; Perrone, L.* ; Zolesi, B.* ; Tsagouri, I.* 
1918-Mar-2009Pre-storm NmF2 enhancements at middle latitudes: delusion or reality?Mikhailov, A. V.* ; Perrone, L.* 
202007A prediction model of foF2 over periods of severe geomagnetic activityPerrone, L.* ; Pietrella, M.* ; Zolesi, B.* 

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Full Name
Perrone, Loredana
 
Email
loredana.perrone@ingv.it
 
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