Articles | Volume 40, issue 3
Ann. Geophys., 40, 259–269, 2022

Special issue: From the Sun to the Earth's...

Ann. Geophys., 40, 259–269, 2022
Regular paper
03 May 2022
Regular paper | 03 May 2022

Responses of intermediate layers to geomagnetic activity during the 2009 deep solar minimum over the Brazilian low-latitude sector

Ângela M. Santos et al.

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São Luís e Cachoeira Paulista DATA A. M. Santos, C. G. M. Brum, I. S. Batista, J. H. Sobral, M. A. Abdu, and J. R. Souza

Short summary
Using the Digisonde data this paper shows that the small variation in the geomagnetic activity during low solar activity can affect both the parameter of height and the frequency of the intermediate layer (ILs) over the low-latitude Brazilian sector. The most expressive responses of the ILs to geomagnetic activity were observed during the summer when the height of the ILs suffered a significant decrease with the increase of the magnetic activity magnetic in the first hours of the day.