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Stare Velocity at Large Flow Angles: is it Related to the Ion Acoustic Speed? : Volume 24, Issue 3 (19/05/2006)

By Uspensky, M. V.

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Title: Stare Velocity at Large Flow Angles: is it Related to the Ion Acoustic Speed? : Volume 24, Issue 3 (19/05/2006)  
Author: Uspensky, M. V.
Volume: Vol. 24, Issue 3
Language: English
Subject: Science, Annales, Geophysicae
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Copernicus GmbH
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Publication Date:
2006
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Koustov, A. V., Nozawa, S., & Uspensky, M. V. (2006). Stare Velocity at Large Flow Angles: is it Related to the Ion Acoustic Speed? : Volume 24, Issue 3 (19/05/2006). Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Description: Finnish Meteorological Institute, Erik Palminin Aukio 1, P.O. Box 503, Helsinki FIN-00101, Finland. The electron drift and ion-acoustic speed in the E region inferred from EISCAT measurements are compared with concurrent STARE radar velocity data to investigate a recent hypothesis by Bahcivan et al. (2005), that the electrojet irregularity velocity at large flow angles is simply the product of the ion-acoustic speed and the cosine of an angle between the electron flow and the irregularity propagation direction. About 3000 measurements for flow angles of 50°–70° and electron drifts of 400–1500 m/s are considered. It is shown that the correlation coefficient and the slope of the best linear fit line between the predicted STARE velocity (based solely on EISCAT data and the hypothesis of Bahcivan et al. (2005)) and the measured one are both of the order of ~0.4. Velocity predictions are somewhat better if one assumes that the irregularity phase velocity is the line-of-sight component of the E×B drift scaled down by a factor ~0.6 due to off-orthogonality of irregularity propagation (nonzero effective aspect angles of STARE observations).

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STARE velocity at large flow angles: is it related to the ion acoustic speed?

 

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