Comparison of Magnetic Disturbance at Resolute Bay and Baker Lake, Canada. by Canada. Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys. Dominion Observatories.

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SeriesCanada Dominion Observatory Contributions -- V.1,no.27
ContributionsWhitham, K., Loomer, E.
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(). A Comparison of Magnetic Disturbance at Resolute Bay and Baker Lake, Canada. Tellus: Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 2. How to Cite. WHITHAM, K. and LOOMER, E. (), A Comparison of Magnetic Disturbance at Resolute Bay and Baker Lake, Canada.

Tellus, 8: – doi: /j. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: 2. Resolute Bay, Canada, with an almost vertical geomagnetic field and the associated simplicity of ionospheric current system, is an optimal location to determine the relationship between the.

At Baker Lake and at Resolute Bay the effect of the long summer days can be seen, the midnight absorption being greater in the summer than in the winter. The monthly mean American Relative Sunspot Numbers are also in- cluded in Fig. together with the magnetic Ay Cited by: 1.

The electric field theory is discussed and further developed. The basic assumption of the theory is that the sun emits beams of rarified ionized gas which are electrically polarized. The electric fie. A noticeable depression of the vertical component Z of the geomagnetic field is observed in the polar cap in summer.

From the statistical analysis of. Airy, G. B.,Comparison of magnetic disturbances recorded by the self-registering magnetometers at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, with magnetic disturbances deduced from the corresponding terrestrial galvanic currents recorded by the self-registering galvanometers of the Royal Observatory: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,– North Magnetic Pole AURORAL ZO NE POLAR CAP SUB-AURORA L ZONE RES Canadian Magnetic Observatory Network Polar Cap Auroral Zone Sub-Auroral Zone ALE Alert RES Resolute Bay MDB Mould Bay CBB Cambridge Bay BLC Baker Lake YKC Yellowknife FCC Fort Churchill PBQ Poste de la Baleine MEA Meanook GLN Glenlea STJ St.

John's VIC Victoria OTT Ottawa Figure 1. 1. Introduction [2] It is well known that the geomagnetic field at the surface of the Earth has perturbations that are caused by currents flowing in the ionosphere, primarily at high latitudes.

These ionospheric currents are mainly the result of the interaction between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field. The magnitude, orientation, and location of the these geomagnetic variations.

Book contents; Arctic Communications. Arctic Communications. Proceedings of the Eighth Meeting of the AGARD Ionospheric Research Committee, Athens, Greece, JulyPages CHAPTER 10 - RECEPTION OF MID-LATITUDE TRANSMISSIONS IN NORTHERN CANADA. Author links open overlay panel J.R.

HERMAN R.B. PENNDORF. Show more. https. 7 BLC BAKER LAKE OBSER V A TORY. INFOM. 51 RES RESOLUTE BAY. OBSER VA TOR Y INFOR. On Periodical Laws Discove rable in the Mean Effects of the Larger Magnetic Disturbances.

The minimum fre- quencies recorded at Resolute Bay, Baker Lake and Clyde River were mc/s higher than the monthly medians, indicating an unusual increase of absorption.

However, the ionospheric echoes were not completely ab- sorbed for most of the event because the critical frequencies were mc/s during the day.

An arc observed at Eureka (°N, °E CGM) on Novemwas also observed at Resolute Bay (°N, °E CGM) and Cambridge Bay (°N, °E CGM) and seen to extend from the.

We consider three observatories in the auroral zone: Baker Lake, Canada; Barrow, Alaska; and Yellowknife, Canada; see Figure 9 for their locations.

The eigenvalue spectrumc has a clear change in slope at λ 2, separating a steep slope for the first two eigenvalues and.

Resolute Bay airport. Resolute Bay Airport (CYRB) is owned and operated by the Territory of Nunavut Airports Authority. There is 1 operational runway, 17/35 aligned /°T. A second, abandoned, runway is depicted on flight information publications. Runway 35T is feet long by feet wide, with a gravel surface.

Two years at sea followed, culminating in the loss of the Westbank on the rocks in Magdalena Bay, Lower California. The shipwreck and loss of the ship is covered in a story " The Last Voyage and Loss of the Westbank Park" in the book by S.C.

Heal (ISBN ). A long series of polar patches was observed by ionosondes and an all-sky imager during a disturbed period (Kp = 7- and IMF Bz. Image DSC was taken with Nikon D camera looking eastward (north to the right) on 1 September at UT at location °N, °W Peyto Lake Alberta, Canada.

(Exposure 20 s at F/ and the equivalent focal length was 15 mm with ISO speed of 5,). Map of selected magnetic observatories located within the polar cap, auroral zone, and subauroral zone.

The black lines denote approximate boundaries between the three high latitude regions after. These stations were Cambridge Bay (°N, °E) and Ministik Lake (°N, °E–one of the magnetometer stations). Figure 6 shows the carrier‐to‐noise‐density ratio (a measure of the received power), expressed in dB‐Hz, of the GPS signals from satellites at two stations (PRN 22 for Cambridge Bay and PRN 26 for Ministik.

Large Local Variations. The difference between true and magnetic north varies by location and over time.

In most populated parts of the world, it currently ranges from 30 degrees west (south-eastern tip of Africa) to 26 degrees east (southern tip of New Zealand).However, most locations on Earth have a considerably smaller declination. Studia geophys. geod. 11, No. 4, S. – Ochabová, P., The influence of sunspots on different types of diurnal geomagnetic variations.—.

Leslie J. Lamarche, Roger H. Varney, Carl L. Siefring, Analysis of Plasma Irregularities on a Range of Scintillation‐Scales Using the Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radars, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, /JA,3, ().

The portion of the Thunder Bay and Rainy River Districts covered in this report is an area of greatly varying magnetic susceptibility. Comparison of the geology and magnetic susceptibility by use of transparent overlays displays various features not previously shown on conventional geologic maps.

Two subparallel magnetic highs trending at essentially right angles to the regional trends are. In addition, it is proposed here to add data loggers at three standard Canadian observatories (Resolute, Cambridge Bay and Baker Lake). This would allow researchers to obtain one-second data from these sites and routinely combine this data with the (MACCS) database, effectively extending the MACCS array another hour to the west.

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explain the magnetic disturbances at the hardstand. 4h'.ime variations can be attributed to induced fields, via the large susceptibility, caused by the combined effects of all nearby manmade electromagnetic sources and distant natural electromagnetic disturbances, including magnetic field variations caused by solar flares and sunspots.

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Observatory established magnetic observatories at Baker Lake, District of Keewatin, inand at Resolute Bay, Cornwallis Island, inand conducted surveys which resulted in the issue inof the first accurate maps of magnetic dedication in the arctic regions of the Western Hemisphere.

For comparison, figure 5. shows a second vertical derivative, calculated from the total field, of nearly the same map area. This map emphasizes the shorter wavelength magnetic anomalies thus giving us different information about the magnetic field than does the previous figure.

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Then it is a three-and-a-half-hour flight north in a Twin-Otter aircraft which will land on ice. Today the pole is at sea and the expedition can only be done at the end of the winter when the sea is frozen.

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