Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science
Volume 111 Issue 1 March 2002 pp 51-62
The Indian Antarctic station Maitri (geog. 70‡45’S, 11‡45’E, geom. 66‡.03S, 53‡.21E) occupies a sub-auroral location during magnetically quiet conditions
While several magnetometer arrays exist in the northern auroral regions (e.g., the Alberta array in Canada, the Alaskan array in the U.S. and the IMS Scandinavian array), there is no report in literature of triangulation through arrays in Antarctica, except for a one-day study by Neudegg
Volume 111 Issue 4 December 2002 pp 459-465
Multidimensional scaling is a powerful technique for analysis of data. The latitudinal dependence of geomagnetic field variation in horizontal component (H) during magnetic storms is analysed in this paper by employing this technique.