Whistler waves produced by monochromatic currents in the low nighttime ionosphere
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Subject: Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy | Keywords: Ionosphere–magnetosphere interactionsA comparison of Jason-2 plasmasphere electron content measurements to ground-based measurementsResponses of intermediate layers to geomagnetic activity during the 2009 deep solar minimum over the Brazilian low-latitude sectorSwarm field-aligned currents during a severe magnetic storm of September 2017
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