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Authors: Alfonsi, Lu.*
De Franceschi, G.*
Perrone, L.*
Title: Long term trend in the high latitude ionosphere
Title of journal: Long term trend in the high latitude ionosphere
Series/Report no.: 5/26 (2001)
Publisher: Pergamon
Issue Date: 2001
Keywords: long term trends
Abstract: The long-term variability of the critical frequency of the F2 ionospheric layer, f0F2, has been investigated as a possible indicator of the increasing greenhouse effect. The prehmmary results obtained by analysing 34 years of data from high latitude ionospheric stations in the Southern Hemisphere have shown a decreasing of the plasma frequency according to what predicted by theoretical model calculations.
Appears in Collections:05.07.01. Solar-terrestrial interaction
01.02.05. Wave propagation
01.02.04. Plasma Physics
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