volume 25, issue 14, P2601-2604 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl01413
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Abstract: Abstract. A sharp latitudinal gradient in the Doppler spectral width is often observed in the nightside data from the SuperDARN HF radars. We use an excellent conjunction between the Halley HF radar and the POLAR satellite to demonstrate that this gradient is associated with the boundary between the central plasma sheet and boundary layer plasma precipitation. We then exploit this identification to examine the CPS/BPS response simultaneously near the dawn, dusk and midnight, to a significant change of IMF By …

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