Whistlers and VLF Emissions
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In these lectures the following topics will be treated: (1) a historical background of whistlers and related phenomena; (2) the observational facts, from both the ground and satellites ; (3) the application of these measurements to electron density mapping and techniques for the detection of ions using whistlers; (4) the nature of electromagnetic emissions from the magnetosphere and ideas relating to their origin.
KeywordsWave Packet Lightning Flash Whistler Mode Lower Hybrid Resonance Wave Normal Angle
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