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1. 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 ...


2. 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, ...


3. 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 ...


4. 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 ...


5. 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 ...


6. 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 ...


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