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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The south America VLF NETwork (SAVNET): Development, installation status, first results
Author: Raulin, JP
David, PCD
Hadano, R
Saraiva, ACV
Correia, E
Kaufmann, P
Abstract: The South America VLF Network, a new observing facility at Very Low Frequencies is presented. It has been recently installed at different locations in Latin America (in Brazil, Peru and Argentina). It consists of a network of seven Very Low Frequency tracking receivers with the main scientific objective of monitoring the solar activity on short (minutes to hours) and long (years) time scales. Other objectives include a better understanding of the spatial structure of the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly, the study of atmospheric phenomena and the search for genuine seismic-electromagnetic effects.
Subject: Sub-ionospheric radio propagation
very low frequencies
space weather
solar activity cycle
Country: México
Editor: Inst Geophysics Unam
Citation: Geofisica Internacional. Inst Geophysics Unam, v. 48, n. 3, n. 253, n. 261, 2009.
Rights: fechado
Date Issue: 2009
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