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Authors: Cafarella, L.*
De Lauretis, M.*
Di Mauro, D.*
Francia, P.*
Lepidi, S.*
Meloni, A.*
Palangio, P.*
Villante, U.*
Santarelli, L.*
Title: ULF Geomagnetic Pulsations at High Latitudes: the Italian contribution
Title of journal: Publications of the Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
Series/Report no.: Monographic volume C-99 (398)
Issue Date: 2007
Keywords: Geomagnetic pulsations, high latitude geomagnetic observations
Abstract: The study of geomagnetic field variations in Antarctica is important in that local field lines are close to extreme magnetospheric regions, such as the polar cusp, where several generation mechanisms for ULF waves are active. Since the eighties, the Italian scientific community developed a research activity in Antarctica at Mario Zucchelli Station (TNB, CGM latitude 80°S), where magnetic facilities are continuously operating. In this review we present the experimental results obtained by a number of investigations conducted in the last years on geomagnetic pulsations in the Pc3-Pc5 frequency range. We also show compared analyses with measurements from other Antarctic and low latitude stations, and, in particular, a statistical analysis of propagation characteristics of low frequency geomagnetic field fluctuations between the two Antarctic stations, TNB and Scott Base.
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