D R K Rao
Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science
Volume 87 Issue 7 July 1978 pp 133-137
An examination of day-to-day and monthly mean positions of the electrojet axis in relation to the changes in the apparent solar declination, in the Indian equatorial region shows marked association between the two. For relatively quiet days, significant correlations are observed between the solar declination and each of the parameters, the northern
Volume 88 Issue 1 March 1979 pp 1-5
From the data of the geomagnetic survey of the Indian equatorial region conducted during 1971, it has been possible to deduce the subsurface magnetic anomalies at each survey station. The vertical magnetic anomaly profiles seem to reflect some of the known geological structures in the region. The association between magnetic anomalies and the deep-seated structures in this area emphasises the importance of future intensive studies.
Volume 93 Issue 2 July 1984 pp 129-133
The position of the dip equator (