Observations of ‘Whistlers’ and Very Low Frequency Phenomena at Godhavn, Greenland

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AS part of the research programme for the International Geophysical Year, recording of very low-frequency phenomena was initiated at Godhavn, Greenland, on July 19, 1957. The geomagnetic co-ordinates for Godhavn are 79.8 N., 32.5 E. The station is situated 950 km. south-east of the geomagnetic pole and approximately 1800 km. north-east of the dip-pole.

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UNGSTRUP, E. Observations of ‘Whistlers’ and Very Low Frequency Phenomena at Godhavn, Greenland. Nature 184, 806–807 (1959) doi:10.1038/184806b0

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