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Introduction to ionospheric physics

Henry Rishbeth

Introduction to ionospheric physics

by Henry Rishbeth

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Published by Academic Press in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Henry Rishbeth [and] Owen K. Garriott.
SeriesInternational geophysics series -- vol. 14
ContributionsGarriott, Owen K.
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Open LibraryOL21323866M

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Despite having been written at the beginning of the space age (with Owen Garriott subsequently going on to be an astronaut who flew on Skylab), the theoretical understanding was sufficiently advanced that many of the assumptions made in this book have subsequently been confirmed by observation.

Very clearly written and with a comprehensive content, this book is still my go-to reference despite many more recent books Reviews: 1. Introduction to ionospheric physics by Henry Rishbeth Published by Academic Press in New by:   Abstract Citations References NASA/ADS.

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The mechanism that heats and sus-. IONOSPHERIC PHYSICS of photoionization is given by Hudson [] and Stolarski are important to the dynamics of the ionosphere, especially and Johnson []. above the density peak of the F region. Energetic ions can The second step in the creation of the ionosphere is the undergo a charge exchange process, cross magnetic field.ADS Classic is now deprecated.

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