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1. Magnetospheric substorm research using VLF/ELF radiowave observations at Casey [ASAC_1324]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1324 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Huge amounts of energy from the solar wind (the Suns expanding ...


2. Monitoring of the Antarctic geomagnetic field and VLF variations for trends [ASAC_507]
The interaction between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field creates a vast magnetic cavity within the solar wind flow, known as the magnetosphere. Through various solar wind-magnetosphere ...


3. Very low frequency radio observations of lightning discharges (AARDDVARK) [K060_2008_2012_NZ_2]
The AARDDVARK/WWLLN Very Low Frequency (VLF) Radio Sensor was installed at Arrival Heights from 10-15 December 2008 by Dr Craig J. Rodger and Dr. James Brundell as part of Antarctica New Zealand Event ...


4. Very low frequency subionospheric communication transmitter observations (WWLLN) [K060_2008_2012_NZ_1]
The AARDDVARK/WWLLN Very Low Frequency (VLF) Radio Sensor was installed at Arrival Heights from 10-15 December 2008 by Dr Craig J. Rodger and Dr. James Brundell as part of Antarctica New Zealand Event ...


5. Upper Atmosphere Physics Monitoring Observation at Syowa Station [NIPR_UAP_UAPM_SYO]
Upper Atmosphere Physics Monitoring Observation at Syowa Station


6. Very low frequency radio observations of lightning discharges [K069_2008_2009_NZ_2]
The AARDDVARK/WWLLN Very Low Frequency (VLF) Radio Sensor was installed at Arrival Heights from 10-15 December 2008 by Dr Craig J. Rodger and Dr. James Brundell as part of Antarctica New Zealand Event ...


7. Very low frequency subionospheric communication transmitter observations [K069_2008_2009_NZ_1]
The AARDDVARK/WWLLN Very Low Frequency (VLF) Radio Sensor was installed at Arrival Heights from 10-15 December 2008 by Dr Craig J. Rodger and Dr. James Brundell as part of Antarctica New Zealand Event ...


8. Upper Atmospheric and Ionospheric Data [IPST_UMD_ANTARCTIC_IONOS]
The projects that operate from instrumentation at South Pole Station, and at the Arrival Heights Laboratory at McMurdo Station, examine natural phenomena occurring in the earth's atmosphere, ...


9. Upper Atmospheric and Ionospheric Data [SIENA_ANTARCTIC_IONOS]
The projects that operate from instrumentation at South Pole Station, and at the Arrival Heights Laboratory at McMurdo Station, examine natural phenomena occurring in the earth's atmosphere, ...


10. AFI 01/08 - Imaging the plasmasphere from Antarctica - VLF Doppler (Doppler Radio Receiver) at Rothera 2001-2002 [GB-NERC-BAS-AEDC-00284]
New instrumentation was deployed in the Antarctic Peninsula region to monitor conditions occurring in the region of near-space surrounding the Earth. The opportunity was taken to link into a NASA ...


11. VELOX [GB-NERC-BAS-AEDC-00055]
Data from the VELOX (VLF/ELF Logger Experiment) at Halley. Continuous VLF/ELF radio wave power, polarisation, arrival bearing, maximum/ minimum, and impulse counts, in 10 frequency bands from 300 ...


12. A study of global (Very Low Frequency) VLF propagation with emphasis on the effects of stratospheric ionisation and glacial ice in Antarctica [K138_1992_1993_NZ_1]
The performance of GPS navigation equipment for possible future deployment on Antarctic resupply flights was investigated. In addition, using Hercules C-130 aircrafts fitted with GPS, VLF propagation ...


13. Magnetotelluric measurements of the earth's crust beneath the Wright Valley [K042_1983_1984_NZ_3]
A magnetotelluric study was made of the earth's crust beneath the Wright Valley. Fluxgate magnetometers were used to record 3 component magnetic field variations and lead electrodes, 150 meters apart, ...


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