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Monday

19th August 2019

10:00 – 11:30Opening ceremony
11:30 – 13:00Session Modeling and Validation
13:00 – 14:00Lunch break
14:00 – 15:30Session Modeling and Validation
15:30 – 16:00Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30Session Polar (high-latitude) Effects on GNSS
19:00Ice Breaker (Hotel Park)

Tuesday

20th August 2019

9:00 – 10:30Session Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects
10:30 – 11:00Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30Session Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects
12:30 – 13:30Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00Session Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects
15:00 – 15:15Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45Session Theory and Modeling of Ionospheric Scintillation and Irregularities
16:45 – 19:00Poster Session
19:30Planetarium show

Wednesday

21st August 2019

9:00 – 10:30Session Space and Ground-based TEC Techniques and Measurements
10:30 – 11:00Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30Session Space and Ground-based TEC Techniques and Measurements
12:30 – 13:30Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00Session Radio Occultation Techniques and Measurements
15:00 – 18:00Sightseeing (Olsztyn Castle, Old Town, Lake Ukiel)
20:00Conference Dinner (Hotel Park)

Thursday

22nd August 2019

9:00 – 10:30Session Data Assimilation Modeling
10:30 – 11:00Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30Session Space Weather Effects
12:30 – 13:30Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00Session Space Weather Effects
15:00 – 15:15Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45Session Ionospheric Effects on Satellite Based Navigation System
16:45 – 17:00Coffee Break
17:00 – 18:30Session Ionospheric Effects on Satellite Based Navigation System

Friday

23rd August 2019

9:00 – 10:30Session Monitoring Natural Hazards: Signatures of Earth-Ocean Coupling to the Ionosphere
10:30 – 11:00Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30Session Emerging Topics of Interest to the Beacon Satellite Studies
12:30 – 13:30Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00Closing ceremony

 

Detailed programme

Opening ceremony, Monday 19th August 2019, 10:00 – 11:30
Welcome – Prof. Jerzy Jaroszewski, Vice-Rector for Research, UWM
The Beacon Satellite Symposium 2019 – Patricia Doherty, BC
ICG address – Sharafat Gadimova, ICG
Greetings and acknowledgements – Andrzej Krankowski, UWM
Dedication to Andrzej Wernik – Hanna Rothkaehl,  Józef Modelski and colleagues
Keynote lecture, Recent challenges of space plasma diagnostics in the European satellite projects – Hanna Rothkaehl, SRC PAS

 

Session Modeling and Validation, Monday 19th August 2019, 11:30 – 13:00

Chairs: Manuel Hernandez-Pajares and Maxim Klimenko

11:30

Modeling the Hemispherical Differences in Storm Enhanced Density and the Tongue of IonizationAnthea Coster

11:45

B2 thickness parameter response to Equinoctial geomagnetic stormsYenca Migoya Orue

12:00

Benefits of IGS RTS for real-time global ionospheric total electron content modelingZishen Li

12:15

Station based GPS Slant Total Electron Content (STEC) PredictionMainul Hoque

12:30

Structure and variability of the main ionospheric trough: empirical modeling, validation and physical explanationMakxim Klimenko

12:45

Feed forward neural network based ionospheric model for the East African regionAmbelu Tebabal Yirdaw

 

Session Modeling and Validation, Monday 19th August 2019, 14:00 – 15:30

Chairs: Manuel Hernandez-Pajares and Maxim Klimenko

14:00

Solar Activity drivers in empirical ionospheric models: Validating E-CHAIM and exploring intermediate timescales in the high latitude topsideDavid Themens

14:15

First-principles model prediction of some new ionospheric phenomena and disturbances that should be validatedMakxim Klimenko

14:30

Development of a GUVI/SSUSI-based model for E-region electron density enhancements at northern auroral latitudes Chris Watson

14:45

To what extent can E-CHAIM be used as a model of total electron content?David Themens

15:00

Precise Ionospheric Delay Estimation using the Local Taylor Series Expansion and the Multivariate Polynomial Regression Models for Single Frequency NavIC/IRNSS ReceiverMehul Desai

15:15

Modeling ionosphere response to Solar Proton Events in the whole atmosphere model EAGLEFedor Bessarab

 

Session Polar (high-latitude) Effects on GNSS, Monday 19th August 2019, 16:00 – 17:30

Chairs: Nicolas Bergeot and Pierre Cilliers
16:00

The Polar Ionosphere seen through Global Ionospheric MapsManuel Hernandez-Pajares

16:15

Multi-constellation GNSS observation of ionospheric scintillation at SANAE-IV in AntarcticaP.J. Cilliers

16:30

GNSS-based empirical models for inter-hemispheric comparison of the ionosphere-plasmasphere system at mid-latitudeNicolas Bergeot

16:45

HAPEE, a statistical approach for scintillation prediction in the polar regionKnut Stanley Jacobsen

17:00

Effect of auroral substorm on GPS slip in the polar ionosphereAlexander Chernyshov

17:15

TBA

 

Session Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects, Tuesday 20th August 2019, 9:00 – 10:30

Chairs: Keith Groves, Iurii Cherniak and Andrzej Krankowski
9:00

Measurement of Ionospheric and Atmospheric Structures Using Navigation Satellite Signals Captured with Software-Defined SystemsJade Morton

9:15

Forcing from Lower Thermosphere and the Longitudinal Variability of Ionospheric DynamicsEndawoke Yizengaw

9:30

Scintillations probabilities of occurrenceYannick Béniguel

9:45

Effects on GNSS from heating using the Arecibo HF facilityPoppy Martin

10:00

Ionospheric Scintillation and its effect on GPS tracking performance in China Low LatitudeDonghe Zhang

10:15

TBA

 

Session Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects, Tuesday 20th August 2019, 11:00 – 12:30

Chairs: Keith Groves, Iurii Cherniak and Andrzej Krankowski
11:00

Reconciling Radar and Satellite Beacon Scintillation using the Inverse Diffraction TechniqueCharles Carrano

11:15

Is there link between high-latitude ionospheric irregularities and large‐scale traveling ionospheric disturbances?Irina Zakharenkova

11:30

GPS amplitude and phase scintillation associated with polar cap ionization structuresJayachandran Thayyil

11:45

Wideband characterisation of equatorial ionospheric scintillation using MUOS transmissions Joeal Subash

12:00

Characteristics of GNSS signal outages observed from the Arctic and Antarctic regionsDibyendu Sur

12:15

TBA

 

Session Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects, Tuesday 20th August 2019, 13:30 – 15:00

Chairs: Keith Groves, Iurii Cherniak and Andrzej Krankowski
13:30

Monitoring and understanding of plasma irregularities induced by Space WeatherIurii Cherniak

13:45

Ionosphere Irregularity Monitoring with multi-GNSS Observations: Methodology and ApplicationsNingbo Wang

14:00

A method to get the drift velocity of ionospheric irregularities from three spaced GNSS-TEC receiversJinghua Li

14:15

Spatial Fluctuation of TEC Index A new index of ionospheric irregularitiesGuanyi Ma

14:30

Investigating the role of gravity waves on equatorial ionospheric irregularities using TIMED/SABER and C/NOFS satellite observationsMelessew Nigussie

14:45

Effects of Ionospheric Scintillation on GNSS Positioning ErrorJiangtao Fan

 

Session Theory and Modeling of Ionospheric Scintillation and Irregularities, Tuesday 20th August 2019, 15:15 – 16:45

Chairs: Chuck Rino and Biagio Forte
15:15

Ionospheric Structure, Stochastic TEC, and Scintillation DiagnosticsCharles Rino

15:30

Relation between signal frequency dependence of S4 index and ESF irregularity spectrum: Modeling and observations at different latitudesArchana Bhattacharyya

15:45

Spatio-temporal analysis of LOFAR scintillation measurementsMarcin Grzesiak

16:00

Nocturnal equatorial zonal plasma drift over the Indian low latitude region: Estimation based on the L-band scintillation irregularities as tracerMala Bagiya

16:15

Generation of Realizations of Electron Density for Numerical Electromagnetic Propagation SimulationsDennis Knepp

16:30

Simulation of the Effects from Equatorial Plasma Bubbles Detected by the C/NOFS Planar Langmuir Probe on Propagation of Transionospheric Radio SignalsEmanoel Costa

 

Session Space and Ground-based TEC Techniques and Measurements, Wednesday 21st August 2019, 9:00 – 10:30

Chairs: Sandro Radicella, Babatunde Rabiu and Irina Zakharenkova
9:00

Ionospheric Variability due to Solar FlaresAnthea Coster

9:15

New IGS Ionospheric Analysis Centers (NRCan, CAS- IGG, WHU and DGFI-TUM)Andrzej Krankowski

9:30

Use of a modified NeQuick2 for the evaluation of different 3D Ionospheric algorithmsRaul Orus Perez

9:45

Multi-constellation GNSS tomography for accurate ionospheric imagingJon Bruno

10:00

Removing Obliquity Error from the Estimation of Ionospheric Total Electron Content Lawrence Sparks

10:15

Visualization and characterization of the regional and continental TEC inhomogeneities based on the dense networks of GNSS receivers Grzegorz Nykiel

 

Session Space and Ground-based TEC Techniques and Measurements, Wednesday 21st August 2019, 11:00 – 12:30

Chairs: Sandro Radicella, Babatunde Rabiu and Irina Zakharenkova
11:00

Total electron content derived from GNSS signals by double thin-shell model and implication in ionospheric dynamics near the magnetic equatorTakashi Maruyama

11:15

On the Spatial-Temporal Variation of GPS-Measured Total Electron Content over Nigeria within Equatorial Ionospheric Anomaly RegionBabatunde Rabiu

11:30

Effects of different estimation techniques of GPS-TEC on the prediction of TEC and comparison with values from IRI-2016, NeQuick-2 and IRI-Plas 2015 modelsAdekola Adewale

11:45

New physical models for the multi-instrumental diagnostics of ionosphere dynamics – Yuriy Rapoport

12:00

TBA

12:15

TBA

 

Session Radio Occultation Techniques and Measurements, Wednesday 21st August 2019, 13:30 – 15:00

Chairs: Ron Caton and Jann-Yeng Liu
13:30

Ionospheric GNSS Radio Occultation observations of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC and FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC Jann Yenq Liu

13:45

Geolocation and Characterization of Ionospheric Irregularities using Radio Occultation Observations of ScintillationCharles Carrano

14:00

GNSS Radio Occultations as a key instrument for topside ionosphere climatology Iurii Cherniak

14:15

Study of sporadic e layers based on gps radio occultation measurements and digisonde data over the brazilian regionLaysa Resende

14:30

Sporadic E Signatures in Radio Signals and their Application for the Study of Medium-Scale Traveling Ionospheric DisturbancesWookyoung Lee

14:45TBA

 

Session Data Assimilation Modeling, Thursday 22nd August 2019, 9:00 – 10:30

Chairs: Bruno Nava and Matthew Angling
9:00

The Spire TEC Environment Assimilative Model (STEAM); a new 4D ionospheric data assimilation model using Spire radio occultation dataMatthew Angling

9:15

Ionospheric 4-D Multi-Instrument Tomography with Gaussian Markov Random Field PriorsJohannes Norberg

9:30

Near-Real-Time Data Assimilation of the High Latitude IonosphereBen Reid

9:45

Adaption and modification of Ionospheric model to improve model predictions in the Indian Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA) regionSheetal Karia

10:00

Statistical analysis of results of updating the ionospheric model IRI-Plas from slant total electron contentDaria Kotova

10:15

Climate VTEC maps in cooperation of IGS' GNSS and GIRO sensor networks - ionospheric events detection possibilities - case study Adam Froń

 

Session Space Weather Effects, Thursday 22nd August 2019, 11:00 – 12:30

Chairs: Iwona Stanislawska and Endawoke Yizengaw
11:00

Helio-Geophysical Prediction Service in Poland Past, Present and Future Iwona Stanislawska

11:15

Capability study of GNSS based ionospheric indicesNorbert Jakowski

11:30

Monitoring and analysis of the TIDs triggered by magnetic storms and their impact on EGNOS availability degradation Dalia Buresova

11:45

Modulation of ionosphere-plasmasphere interaction by weak magnetic storms: Mid-latitude effects in European and Japanese longitudinal sectorsDmytro Kotov

12:00

Studying the Dependence of Weddell Sea Ionospheric Anomaly on the Helio- and Geophysical Activity Using Median Time-Height ChartsAndriy Zalizovski

12:15

Super-fountain effect linked with 17 March 2015 geomagnetic storm manifesting distinct F3 layerVenkatesh Kavutarapu

 

Session Space Weather Effects, Thursday 22nd August 2019, 13:30 – 15:00

Chairs: Iwona Stanislawska and Endawoke Yizengaw
13:30

LOFAR4SW: New capability for Space Weather science by radio diagnosticHanna Rothkaehl

13:45

Space weather effects of the 6 September 2017 X-class solar flaresYury Yasyukevich

14:00

Tomographic imaging and modelling of a LSTID during geomagnetic storm conditionsKarl Bolmgren

14:15

On the Simultaneous Effect of Prompt Penetration Electric Field and Associated Hemispheric Asymmetry in Low Latitude IonosphereNirvikar Dashora

14:30

Analysis of electromagnetic plasma turbulence in Very Low Frequency (VLF) range using wavelet and higher order analysis techniques – Deepak Kumar Sondhiya

14:45

TBA

 

Session Ionospheric Effects on Satellite Based Navigation System, Thursday 22nd August 2019, 15:15 – 16:45

Chairs: Patricia Doherty and Ashik Paul
15:15

Temporal and spatial ionospheric disturbances and their effects on Satellite Navigation ServicesJens Berdermann

15:30

Relation of multi-frequency GNSS signal scattering with equatorial ionospheric irregularity dynamics at VHFAshik Paul

15:45

Simulating Ionospheric Effects on GPS Signals in SpaceTeddy M. Surco Espejo

16:00

Global Navigational Satellite System phase altimetry of the sea level: systematic bias effect caused by sea surface wavesY.A. Ilyushin

16:15

Signal outages during geomagnetic storms from the northern crest of the equatorial anomaly in the Indian longitude sectorBidyut Roy

16:30

Statistical Analysis of Nighttime TEC Depletions and GPS Loss of Lock in the Crest of Anomaly RegionShivalika Sarkar

 

Session Ionospheric Effects on Satellite Based Navigation System, Thursday 22nd August 2019, 17:00 – 18:30

Chairs: Patricia Doherty and Ashik Paul
17:00

BDGIM: A new global ionospheric correction model for BeiDou-3 systemYunbin Yuan

17:15

Ionospheric Assessment for Satellite Navigation over the Australasian RegionEric Altshuler

17:30

Impact of ionospheric disturbances on operation of Global navigation satellite systems at mid- and high-latitudesAnna Yasyukevich

17:45

Low Cost, Compact GNSS Modules for Atmospheric ProbingAnindya Bose

18:00

Performance evaluation of SBAS Systems due to Magnetic Storms in the Solar Cycle 24Surendra Sunda

18:15

Preliminary Performance Analysis of IRNSS in Sea EnvironmentPedda Naraiah Rairala

 

Session Monitoring Natural Hazards: Signatures of Earth-Ocean Coupling to the Ionosphere, Friday 23rd August 2019, 9:00 – 10:30

Chairs: Attila Komjathy and Elvira Astafyeva
9:00

GPS technologies as means for natural hazards monitoringSergey Pulinets

9:15

Ionospheric imprint of a seismic source: possibilities & challengesElvira Astafyeva

9:30

New Directions in Detecting Natural Hazards Using Real-Time and Post-Processed Ground-Based GNSS MeasurementsAttila Komjathy

9:45

Revelation of early detection of coseismic ionospheric perturbations in GPS-TEC from realistic modelling approach: Case studiesDhanya Thomas

10:00

Simulation of ionospheric responses driven by acoustic and gravity waves following inland earthquakesPavel Inchin

10:15

VARION extension to GEO satellites: application to recent tsunami induced TIDs eventsMichela Ravanelli

 

Session Emerging Topics of Interest to the Beacon Satellite Studies, Friday 23rd August 2019, 11:00 – 12:30

Chairs: Patricia Doherty, Andrzej Krankowski and Bruno Nava
11:00

Radio Beacon Monitoring for Ionospheric Scintillation Specification and Total Electron Content from the FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 Science MissionRon Caton

11:15

IONONet: A deep learning model for ionospheric nowcastRaul Orus Perez

11:30

Modeling center-of-mass of the ionosphere from the slab-thicknessGulyaeva Tamara

11:45

Generalized Force Approach to Point-to-Point Ray Tracing in Reconstructed Ionosphere by Radio Tomography Data – Igor Nosikov

12:00

Climatology of Quasi-two day Oscillations from GPS-derived total electron content during 1999-2015 – Fekadu Demissie Feleke

12:15

TBA

 

Closing ceremony, Friday 23rd August 2019, 13:30 – 15:00

Presentation of Awards

Best Presentation and Young Scientist Awards (winners selected by the session chairs)
Beacon Satellite Studies Group Discussion
Plans for Proceedings and Special Issue of Radio Science
What can we do better?
BSS 2022 – where will it be?

 

 

Poster Session, Tuesday 20th August 2019, 16:45 – 19:00

Chair: Bartosz Dąbrowski
 Irregularities and Scintillation Measurements and Effects
Study of thermospheric gravity wave characteristics and their behavior in relation to the occurrence of equatorial plasma irregularities in the post sunset time using radio, and optical measurementsSubir Mandal

Impact of auroral disturbance on GNSS positioningIrk Shagimuratov

Characteristics of ionospheric irregularities over Indian low-latitude region Varanasi during ascending phase of solar cycle 24Abhay Kumar Singh

Seasonal and solar flux dependence of pre and post-midnight equatorial plasma irregularities as studied using ground based radio experimentsSripathi S.

Variability of quiet time ionopheric irregularities over the crests and trough of the African Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA) regionPaul Amaechi

A study on the occourance of strong late night ionospheric scintillations at lower altitudesLijo Jose

Ionosonde spread F and GPS L-band scintillation occurrence during moderate geomagnetic storms near the southern crest of the EIA in ArgentinaGilda de Lourdes González

Behavior of 6 different GPS receivers at low latitude under moderate scintillationEurico de Paula

Occurrence climatology of E- and F-region field-aligned irregularities in the middle latitudes as observed by the Daejeon 40.8 MHz coherent scatter radar in South KoreaYoung-Sil Kwak

Ionospheric scintillation obsservations with Baldy (PL 612) LOFAR stationKacper Kotulak

Efficiency of ionospheric scintillation indices and new index based on the GNSS high-rate data: analysis based on case studyMaria Sergeeva

The low-latitude ionospheric scintillation observation and positioning by FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC beacon receiver stationsTung Yuan Hsiao

A Quantitative Comparison of Ground based L-band Scintillation and In situ F-region Irregularities From SwarmSharon Aol

Characteristics of equatorial nighttime spread F - an analysis on season-longitude, solar activity and triggering causesEphrem Seba

Inter-hourly variability of Total Electron Content during the quiet condition over Nigeria, within the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly regionToyese Tunde Ayorinde

Prediction probability of GPS S4 scintillation data over the Brazilian territoryIvan Jelinek Kantor

Theory and Modeling of Ionospheric Scintillation and Irregularities

Ionospheric turbulent parameter inversion using scintillation log-amplitude spectra: performance and resultsVincent Fabbro

Modeling the radio occultation scintillation data of FORMOSAT-3/COSMICShih Ping Chen

The probability distribution of the high latitude scintillation indices during the solar cycle 24Karim Meziane

Modeling and Validation

Updates on ionospheric research in EthiopiaTsegaye Gogie

Modeling Ionospheric Total Electron Content over the African RegionPatrick Mungufeni

Comparison of quite time ionospheric total electron content from IRI-2016 model and GPS observationsMulugeta Zegeye

Artificial Neural Network Model based Estimation of Equatorial Vertical ExB Drift over South American and Indian sectorsSunanda Suresh

Variation of α-Chapman scale height at an African equatorial stationShola Adebiyi

Space and Ground-based TEC Techniques and Measurements

Status of CAS global ionospheric maps after the maximum of solar cycle 24Ningbo Wang

Estimation and Preliminary analysis of Ionospheric delay due to IRNSS L5 and IRI -2016 model for various SeasonsDevireddy Kavitha

Database oriented system for analysing small and medium scale TEC irregularitiesMariusz Pożoga

High Accuracy TEC estimation based on Ionospheric Observable from PPP with Ambiguity Resolution João Monico

Application of geostationary GNSS signals for studying TEC variability in equatorial ionosphere on different time scalesA.M Padokhin

The local Total Electron Content (TEC) fluctuations climatology Kacper Kotulak

Ground-based receiver network for TEC measurements over the Peruvian sectorEdgardo Pacheco

Structure and temporal variation of ionosphere derived from LOFAR calibration routineKatarzyna Budzińska

Study of positive and negative ionospheric storm in the brazilian sector occurred on december 19, 2015Carolina Carmo

Total Electron Content Seasonality in European Middle Latitudes in Respect of Local TimeJosip Vuković

First OIS experiments in MexicoMaria Sergeeva

Ionospheric Studies Using IRNSS Receivers and Comparison with Other GNSSDadaso Shetti

Radio Occultation Techniques and Measurements

Aspects of Electron Density Profiles measured by RO of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC Satellites and Digisonde over CyprusTanmay Das

Analysis of the coverage of radio occultation electron density profiles over the Brazilian region – João Monico

Polar (high-latitude) Effects on GNSS

Ionosphere-Plasmasphere empirical model over Antarctica region Nicolas Bergeot

Investigation of GPS phase scintillations at Troll station during geomagnetic disturbances in 2018Arnlaug Skjaeveland

Polar studiesAshl Enr

Space Weather Effects

On the ionospheric response to long duration recurring coronal holes, high speed streams and corotating interaction region during the decreasing phase of solar cycle 24Claudia Candido

Effect of intense geomagnetic storms on low latitude ionosphere during ascending phase of solar cycle 24Abhay Kumar Singh

Space Weather effects on regional short term TEC and scintillation forecastingJuliana Damaceno

Geoeffectiveness Structure of some Geomagnetic and Interplanetary Parameters in Extreme Perturbations of GIC Proxy Index: Observation and Simulation ResultsBabatunde Adebesin

Ionospheric TEC response to geomagnetic storms occurred on 15-20 March 2013 and 2015 over the Eastern Africa regionEmmanuel Sulungu

Response of equatorial and low latitude ionosphere during the severe G4-class geomagnetic storm of 8th September 2017Bapan Paul

Remote sensing of the magnetospheric plasma by means of VLF chorus emissions observed at low latitude Indian ground stationsJammu and Gulmarg Krishna Kumar Singh

Ionospheric Effects on Satellite Based Navigation Systems

Effects of Lunar tides on the F Region of the IonosphereVera Yesutor Tsali-Brown

Ionospheric-equivalent slab-thickness and peak height at the F2 region of an equatorial latitude over West AfricaOlumide Odeyemi

Degradation of satellite-based navigation performance observed from an anomaly crest locationSamiddha Goswami

Ionospheric irregularities impact on PPPAdam Froń

Satellite launch vehicle effect on the Earth’s lower ionosphereKumarjit Saha

Monitoring Natural Hazards: Signatures of Earth-Ocean Coupling to the Ionosphere

Origin of the ahead of tsunami traveling ionospheric disturbances during Sumatra tsunami and offshore forecastingMala Bagiya

Local and regional ionospheric disturbances during intense meteorological events in the Kaliningrad region in 2014-2018Mikhail Karpov

Revealing of anomaly in ionosphereic TEC for mid-latitude earthquakesShivali Verma

Investigation of Electromagnetic Waves Associated with Oceanic Earthquakes in context of Earth-Oceanic Coupling Suryanshu Choudhary

Study of the ionospheric response to sudden stratospheric warmings: planetary and tidal signature in mid-latitude fof2 and global electron contentAleksandr Timchenko

Ionosphere regional disturbances in the period of the October 24, 2018 meteorological stormBorchevkina Olga

Emerging Topics of Interest to the Beacon Satellite Studies

Investigation of sources of gravity waves observed in the Brazilian Equatorial region on 08 April 2005Oluwakemi Dare-Idowu