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Ionospheric No-echo Occurrences

Naturevolume 214page376 (1967) | Download Citation

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AT stations in high latitudes, the absence of ionospheric echoes at vertical incidence (“blackout”) is usually attributed to increased ionization in the D region causing strong absorption of radio waves and is usually associated with a disturbed magnetic field.

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    Bellchambers, W. H., and Piggott, W. R., Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 256, 200 (1960).

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  1. Mawson Institute for Antarctic Research, University of Adelaide

    • R. C. SCHAEFFER

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