Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics, Vol. 18 by L. Marton (ed.), Claire Marton (ed.)

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Research 66, 2759 (1960). 88. F. E. Roach, J. G. Moore, E. C. Bruner, H. Cronin, and S. M. Silverman, J . Geophys. Research 66,3575 (1960). 89. J. G. Moore, and F. K. Odencrantz, J . Geophys. Research 66,2101 (1061). 30. M. H. Rees, J. Geophys. Research 68, 175 (1963). 31. T. Tohmatsu, and F. E. Roaoh, J . Geophys. Research 67, 1817 (1962). 38. F. E. Roach, and E. Marovich, J . Research Natl. Bur. Standards 63D,297 (1959). 33. F. E. Roach, D. Barbier, and R. A. Iluncan, Ann. Geophys. 18, 390 (1962).

M A X I M U M POSSIBLE INTENSITY OF W 0 5 -1 1 fBCIII, 10 , I , , , 20 30 40 5 0 60 70 1 ao 90 MAGNETIC LATITUDE FIG. 20. Predicted intensity of 5577 A intensity according to latitude for an electron density in the magnetic tubes of I 0111-3 according to Eq. (4). I n Fig. 21 is shown a plot of the values of n deduced from Eq. (7) as a function of the height, h, above the earth’s surface to the equatorial crossing of the magnetic line of force (assuming that the tubes terminate a t a height, h’, of 500 km).

Moore, and F. K. Odencrantz, J . Geophys. Research 66,2101 (1061). 30. M. H. Rees, J. Geophys. Research 68, 175 (1963). 31. T. Tohmatsu, and F. E. Roaoh, J . Geophys. Research 67, 1817 (1962). 38. F. E. Roach, and E. Marovich, J . Research Natl. Bur. Standards 63D,297 (1959). 33. F. E. Roach, D. Barbier, and R. A. Iluncan, Ann. Geophys. 18, 390 (1962). 34. D. Barbier, Ann. Geophys. 16, 544 (1960). 36. J. R. Roach, J . Research Natl. Bur. Standards 67D, 263 (1963). 36. J. W. Warwick, unpublished material.

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