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《中国科学A辑(英文版)》 2002-S1
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Multiple ground-based observations at Zhongshan Station during the April/May 1998 solar events

LIU Ruiyuan~(1,2), HU Hongqiao~1, HE Longsong~1,LIU Yonghua~1, LIU Shunlin~(1,2), LI Shenggui~1, N. Sato~3 & B. J. Fraser~4 1. Polar Research Institute of China, Shanghai 200129, China; 2. Department of Radio Science and Technology, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China; 3. National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo 173, Japan; 4. Department of Physics, University of Newcastle, Australia  
Simultaneous observations at Zhongshan Station, Antarctica, during May 1-7, 1998 are presented to show the responses of the polar ionosphere to the April/May 1998 solar events. One of the main geo-effects of the solar events resulted in the major magnetic storm on May 4. At the storm onset on May 2 the ionosphere F2 layer abruptly increased in altitude, the geomagnetic H-component started negative deviation and the spectral amplitude of the ULF wave intensified. Both large isolated riometer absorption and large negative deviation of the geomagnetic H-component occurred at about 0639UT. There was a time lag of about one hour and ten minutes between the storm onset and the IMF southward turning, as measured by the WIND satellite. The polar ionosphere was highly disturbed, as shown by frequent large deviations of the geomagnetic H-component, large riometer absorption events and strong ULF waves in all the courses of the storm. The absorption increased greatly causing the digisonde to be blackout most of the time. However, the data still showed a substantial decrease in the F2 electron density and oscillation of the F2 layer peak height with an amplitude exceeding 200 km.
【CateGory Index】: P182
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