Study of the effect of Geomagnetic storm on low latitude station in the low solar activity period during 24thSolar cycle.
Author(s):
Bhanupriya, Madhuri Singh, Akansha Shekhar Sharma, Kalpana Maski, S K Vijay
Keywords:
Low Latitude, Geomagnetic Storm, Solar Cycle, NmF2
Abstract
The current study investigated the effect of a geomagnetic storm on the ionospheric parameter NmF2 at low latitude stations Cocos Is (12.1642◦S, 96.8710◦E), Brisbane (27.47S,153.02E), and Darwin (12.47S,130.85E) during the 24th solar cycle’s low solar activity period. The observed variations in NmF2, geomagnetic indices Dst (Disturbed Storm Time), Kp (K-Index), Ap (A-Index), and Bz were analysed using technology (Interplanetary magnetic field). All three stations have a drop in normalised deviation (DNmF2) during the magnetic disturbance, with Cocos Is experiencing a negative phase.
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Unique Paper ID: 153500

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 7

Page(s): 356 - 360
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