Polarization of Impulsive Signals at Venus - References

Polarization of the Impulsive Signals Observed in the Nightside Ionosphere of Venus

R. J. Strangeway

Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics,
University of California at Los Angeles

J. Geophys. Res., 96, 22, 741-22, 752, 1991
(Received: June 11, 1991; accepted: October 1, 1991)
Copyright 1991 by the American Geophysical Union.
Paper Number 91JE02506.

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       Acknowledements. This work was motivated by the previous work or, the late F. L. Scarf, to whom I am greatly indebted. C. T. Russell kindly provided both the magnetometer data and the Russell, von Domum, and Scarf data set. I also wish to thank him for much useful discussion and encouragement. This work was supported by NASA grant NAG2-485.


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