Detection of thirteen resonances of radio waves from particularly intense lightning discharges
Fullekrug, M., 2005. Detection of thirteen resonances of radio waves from particularly intense lightning discharges. Geophysical Research Letters, 32 (13).
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Thirteen resonances of radio waves from particularly intense lightning discharges in the Earth's atmosphere are detected in the frequency range from 5 - 90 Hz. The inferred frequency dependent relative wave propagation velocities are in excellent agreement with theoretical predictions. The full sequence of the resonance frequencies may be used to monitor the global ionospheric D-layer height variability resulting from space weather phenomena.
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