investigation of the effects of solar flares and stratospheric warmings on the lower ionosphere by J. N. Rowe

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  • D region.,
  • Ionospheric electron density.,
  • Solar flares.,
  • Stratosphere.,
  • Lower ionosphere.

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Other titlesInvestigation of solar flares.
Statement[by] J. N. Rowe.
LC ClassificationsQC879 .R86
The Physical Object
Paginationi, 85 p.
Number of Pages85
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Open LibraryOL5316156M
LC Control Number72135091

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