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ISBN 978-80-7378-066-1 © MATFYZPRESS Analysis of Critical Frequencies in the Ionosphere



Abstract. Ionosphere is a highly variable system. The most used way how to describe the state of ionosphere is to deal with the critical frequencies which directly reflect the maximum electron concentration in an ionospheric layer. Ionosphere, like many natural systems, exhibits scaling properties. In this paper, we show results of the scaling analysis of ionospheric data from Pruhonice observatory, geomagnetic, and solar flux data from 1957—2005.

Year: 2011
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