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School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences TIGER Publications - SuperDARN Conferences
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An auroral westward flow channel (AWFC) and its relationship to field-aligned current, ring current, and plasmapause location determined using the Cluster and Iridium Satellites Parkinson, M. L., J. A. Wild, C. L. Waters, M. Lester, E. A. Lucek, and P. M. E Décréau.
Why do we need DigiDARN - a global network of digital SuperDARN radars? Parkinson, M. L., J. S. Whittington, and J. C. Devlin.
Oceanographic research: A new application for SuperDARN radars Greenwood, R. I., M. L. Parkinson, H. Ye, and P. L. Dyson.
Observations of a phase transition in the plasma turbulence across the HF radar spectral width boundary Parkinson, M. L., and K. M. Hannah.
Towards a synthesis of substorm electrodynamics: HF radar and auroral observations Grocott, A., M. Lester, M. L. Parkinson, T. K. Yeoman, P. L. Dyson, and H. U. Frey.
A new network of HF radars for oceanographic research Greenwood R. L., M. L. Parkinson, H. Ye, and A. S. Yukimatu.
Advanced operational capabilities through implementation of a fully digital SuperDARN radar Whittington, J. S., M. L. Parkinson, and J. C. Devlin.
Power law scaling of electric field fluctuations in the greater cusp and magnetotail implied by HF radar observations of F-region Doppler velocity M. L. Parkinson,N. Watkins, and B. Hnat.
A beam steering phasing box for flexible SuperDARN radar operations Healey, R. C., J. C. Devlin, M. L. Parkinson, M. Gentile, and H. Ye.
Observations of a phase transition in the plasma characteristics across the HF radar spectral width boundary Hannah, K. M., M. L. Parkinson, P. L. Dyson, and J. C. Devlin.
Inversion of HF radar backscatter data in order to map and model the ionosphere Norman, R. J., Dyson, P. L., and Parkinson, M. L..
What is the latitudinal extent of southern hemisphere polar mesosphere summer echoes (PMSE)? Morris, R. J., D. J. Murphy, D. A. Holdsworth, P. L. Dyson, and M. L. Parkinson.
Simultaneous observations of ionospheric flow and tail reconnection signatures during the substorm expansion phase Lester, M., M. L. Parkinson, J. A. Wild, S. E. Milan, T. Nagai, K. A. McWilliams, P. L. Dyson, H. J. Singer, and H. Frey.
The importance of ionospheric Pedersen conductivity in the control of ionospheric irregularities and their Doppler characteristics M. L. Parkinson. Abstract,
Magnetically conjugate Auroral Westward Flow Channels (AWFCs) observed by SuperDARN M. L. Parkinson, M. Pinnock, J. A. Wild, M. Lester, T. K. Yeoman, S. E. Milan, H. Ye, J. C. Devlin, H. U. Frey and T. Kikuchi.
An objective method for determining the existence of a feature or change in scientific data M. L. Parkinson, M. Pinnock.
Observation of Pc3-4 ULF waves by SuperDARN TIGER radar Pasha Ponomarenko, Colin Waters, Fred Menk, and Murray Sciffer. Presentation.
Digital TIGER radar receiver- an outline of possible
architectures M. Nguyen, J. Devlin, J. Whittington. Abstract,
Investigation of an IF under sampling method for
the digital TIGER radar receiver M. Nguyen, J. Devlin, J. Whittington.
Investigation of a RF sampling (all-digital) method
for the TIGER radar receiver M. Nguyen, J. Devlin, J. Whittington.
On the lifetime and extent of an auroral westward
flow channel observed during a magnetospheric substorm M. L.
Parkinson, M. Pinnock, H. Ye, M. R. Hairston, J. C. Devlin, P. L.
Dyson, and R. J. Morris.
Signatures of the midnight open-closed magnetic
field-line boundary during balanced dayside and nightside reconnection M. L. Parkinson, P. L. Dyson, M. Pinnock, J. C. Devlin, M. R.
Hairston, E. Yizengaw, and P. J. Wilkinson.
Digital Generation and Phasing of
Transmitter Signals for SuperDARN Class Radars, J. S. Whittington,
J. C. Devlin, and T. Salim;
Inverted-V Log Periodic Antenna Evaluation
and Expected Performance, Q. Nguyen, J. Devlin, J. Whittington,
S. OKeefe; Presentation,
Dual SuperDARN radar observations of the time
delay for the high-latitude nightside ionosphere to respond to solar-wind
discontinuities arriving at the magnetopause, M. L. Parkinson,
M. Pinnock, P. L. Dyson, J. C. Devlin, C. L. Waters, P. R. Smith,
and A. M. Breed;
A multi-instrument study of nightside backscatter
detected by TIGER: Mapping the Doppler velocity signatures to ionospheric
and magnetospheric regions, M. L. Parkinson, P. L. Dyson, E.
Yizengaw, J. C. Devlin, F. W. Menk, and P. J. Wilkinson;
On the occurrence of TIGER auroral and subauroral
echo parameters sorted according to season, the Kp index, and the
interplanetary magnetic field at sunspot maximum, M. L. Parkinson,
J. C. Devlin, M. Pinnock, P. L. Dyson, C. L. Waters, and A. M. Breed;
Atmospheric gravity wave signatures observed using
the TIGER HF backscatter radar and the Australian ionosonde network
during the geomagnetically quiet day, 30 June 2000, Long-song
He, P. L. Dyson, M. L. Parkinson, and P. J. Wilkinson;
Simultaneous measurements of convection changes
in the high-latitude day- and night-side ionosphere with the Halley
and TIGER HF backscatter radars - early results M. L. Parkinson,
M. Pinnock, P. L. Dyson, J. C. Devlin, and P. R. Smith;
Rates of occurrence of TIGER HF radar echo parameters
sorted according to the Kp index and the interplanetary magnetic
field (IMF) - early results M. L. Parkinson, J. C. Devlin, M.
Pinnock, P. R. Smith, P. L. Dyson, and C. L. Waters;
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