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Fig. 2 | Progress in Earth and Planetary Science

Fig. 2

From: Relationship between day-to-day variability of equatorial plasma bubble activity from GPS scintillation and atmospheric properties from Ground-to-topside model of Atmosphere and Ionosphere for Aeronomy (GAIA) assimilation

Fig. 2

Cross-correlation between day-to-day variability of GAIA temperature data and GPS-scintillation index S4. The observation period is March and April 2003. The red square in each panel indicates the area of data analysis of Fig. 1 (results by Ogawa et al. (2009)). The temperature data are taken at different altitudes and times as follows. a 5 km altitude and 0930 UT (1630LT at Kototabang), b 5 km altitude and 1530 UT (2230 LT at Kototabang), c 40 km altitude and 0930 UT, d 40 km altitude and 1530 UT, e 100 km altitude and 0930 UT, and f 100 km altitude and 1530 UT. “C” and “D” indicate areas of high correlation coefficients

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