Proposal for a European incoherent scatter facility in the auroral zone (EISCAT). by Nordlysobservatoriet (TromsГё, Norway) Download PDF EPUB FB2
From these meetings resulted two historic reports entitled 'A European Incoherent Scatter Facility in the Auroral Zone'. The first was the 'Green Book' ofauthored by F.
Du Castel of France, 0. Holt of Norway, B. Hultqvist of Sweden, H. Kohl of Cited by: European Incoherent Scatter Facility in the Auroral Zone (EIS- CA T), published by Auroral Observatory, Tromsø, June Bowles, K.
L.: Observation of vertical incidence scatter from the. the centre of the auroral zone. I phoned him and suggested that we should make an attempt to get an incoherent scatter facility as a joint project of the Nordic countries.
We agreed to contact Juhani Oksman in Finland with such a proposal and try to obtain support from URSI at its General Assem-bly in Ottawa in August All activities Cited by: 3. The European Incoherent Scatter facility has the objective to conduct upper atmosphere research in the auroral zone.
This facility includes two independent radar systems. One is a tristatic system operating at UHF ( MHz), while the other is a monostatic system operating at VHF ( MHz). The two transmitters are located near Tromso, Norway.
Receivers are found at the transmitter site and in Cited by: 1. Proposal for a European incoherent scatter facility in the auroral zone (EISCAT).
Rapport général sur la participation française, présenté par F. [François] Du Castel: révolution communicationnelle les enjeux du multimédia: télécoms histoire des écoles supérieures des. title “A European Incoherent Facility in the Auroral Zone”. Hultqvist gave the system the later Proposal for a European incoherent scatter facility in the auroral zone book name “Eu-ropean Incoherent Scatter Facility (EISCAT)”.
The report, containing 11 reference reports, was ﬁnalized next month at Titisee; because its green covers it received later the name “Green Book”.
Japan joined the European Incoherent Scatter (EISCAT) Scientific Association, which operates three incoherent scatter (IS) radars in northern Scandinavia, to enhance polar region observations in [Röttger et al., ; Matuura et al., ].
 We investigated ionospheric ion upflow during an auroral substorm using simultaneous European Incoherent Scatter radar and IMAGE satellite data. Title: A European incoherent scatter rganization dpi Author: EISCAT Steering Committee () Created Date: 12/18/ PM.
Quantifying precipitating differential number flux using incoherent scatter radar Limitations of the incoherent scatter radar measurements Review of incoherent scatter radar observations of 10– keV phenomena Auroral substorm Pulsating aurorae Other ISR observations of energetic.
The electron density profiles were obtained using the Incoherent Scatter Radar located at Chatanika, 30 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska. This facility has a north latitude of 65° 06' (geographic) and 64° 55' (geomagnetic) with a geomagnetic declination of 29° east, inclination of °, and an L value of ; a description has been given.
Convection electric fields and electrostatic potential over 61° European Incoherent Scatter Facility: 1. Initial results. Alcaydé; G. Caudal; J. Fontanari; Pages: ; First Published: 1 January The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) selected EISCAT_3D for inclusion in the Roadmap for Large-Scale European Research Infrastructures for the next 20 – 30 years.
It is an explicit goal of ESFRI to support international research infrastructures located in Europe and EISCAT_3D is a leading example.
incoherent scatter radar is provided in Appendix A2. C Ground-based high-resolution optics (winter time only) In winter, auroral emissions can also be observed from the ground with high temporal and spatial resolution, when the Sun is at least ° below the horizon.
New-moon periods are best, as moonlight may compromise optical data. ERDF and Cohesion Funds – Proposal for a Regulation COM() and annexes. Specific provisions for territorial cooperation – Proposal for a Regulation COM() A stronger link with the European Semester and the Union’s economic governance.
29 May English. The ionosphere (/ aɪ ˈ ɒ n ə ˌ s f ɪər /) is the ionized part of Earth's upper atmosphere, from about 60 km (37 mi) to 1, km ( mi) altitude, a region that includes the thermosphere and parts of the mesosphere and ionosphere is ionized by solar radiation.
It plays an important role in atmospheric electricity and forms the inner edge of the magnetosphere. EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, COM() final / (COD) Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the European Union Agency for Asylum and repealing Regulation (EU) No / This proposal was gene- O.
Holt of Notway, Professor B. Hultquist of Sweden, Dr. Kohl of I ana a proposal tor th e facility was prepared and presented zone. Several meetings of interested scientists were held during tablishing an incoherent scatter observatory in the European auroral.
Swarm is an European Space Agency minisatellite constellation mission, successfully launched on Novemwhich carries in situ electron and ion density and temperature probes. 4 It was said by a workshop participant to be ideally suited for comparison to incoherent scatter observations, lending small-scale in situ observations to.
The report also examines research opportunities that might arise from the relocation of the AMISR incoherent scatter radar from the Poker Flat Research Facility in Poker Flat, AK to Gakona, AK, the location of the HAARP facility. Both of these employ active and passive radio instrumentation similar to that being built at HAARP.
Interest in the ionosphere is not limited to the US: a five-country consortium runs the European Incoherent Scatter Radar site (EISCAT), a premier world-class ionospheric research facility located in northern Norway near Tromsø.
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Both of these employ active and passive radio instrumentation similar to that being built at HAARP. Interest in the ionosphere is not limited to the US: a five-country consortium runs the European Incoherent Scatter./radar site (EISCAT), a premier world-class ionospheric research facility located in northern Norway near Tromsø.
Magnetometers monitor the auroral zone as well as the equatorial region. Two types of radar, coherent scatter and incoherent scatter, are used to probe the auroral ionosphere. By bouncing signals off ionospheric irregularities, which move with the field lines, one can trace their motion and infer magnetospheric convection.
2 A similar facility exists in Russia known as the Sura Ionospheric Heating Facility, located in Vasilsursk. Alaska has another one near Fairbanks known as the High Power Auroral Stimulation (HIPAS). A facility called the European Incoherent Scatter Radar (EISCAT) exists near Tromso in Norway.
On 2 Maythe European Commission adopted its proposals for a new Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for Under these proposals, the Connecting Europe Facility programme will have a budget ofover this period.
This impact assessment report reflects the decisions of the MFF proposals and focuses on. EISCAT (European Incoherent SCATter) facility is co-jointly operated by geophysical research councils in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Japan, France, the United Kingdom and Germany.
Their primary focus is using a radar scatter device to map the auroral region, but they do have an ionospheric heater to assist the radar. BOOK REVIEWS TheEndosymbiontHypothesis Symbiosis In CellEvolution. LifeandIts Envi- move to Greenland of the incoherent scatter radar currently located at Cha-tanika, Alaska, and the attainment of operational status bytheEuropeaninco-herent scatter facility, EISCAT.
Thus, thereviewofpolarcapaeronomyin this bookis timely. Both of these employ active and passive radio instrumentation similar to that being built at HAARP.
Interest in the ionosphere is not limited to the US: a five-country consortium operates the European Incoherent Scatter Radar site, a premier world-class ionospheric research facility located in northern Norway near Tromsø.
Facilities also are. Incoherent Scatter radar systems provide a wealth of observational data and are complemented by detailed observations from balloons, rockets and satellites as well as a wide range of ground-based instruments including magnetometers, all-sky cameras, ionosondes and coherent (auroral.
Incoherent Scatter iadar; auroral zone; Ionospheric F-region; small-scale plasma Sirregularities. 20J Abstract: The expected capabilities of the EISCAT incoherent scatter radar facility in measuring small scale-size, small amplitude variations in electron density in the high-latitude F-region ionosphere are discussed.
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