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A review of GPS/GLONASS studies of the ionospheric response to natural and anthropogenic processes and phenomena

Abstract : The article is a review of studies of ionospheric effects carried out in ISTP SB RAS. The main results of GPS/GLONASS radio sounding of ionospheric disturbances of natural and anthropogenic origin are presented. The article is devoted to ionospheric effects of solar eclipses, solar flares, solar terminator, earthquakes, tropical cyclones, large-scale ionospheric disturbances of auroral origin, rocket launches. Dynamics of global electron content analysis is also presented. The special attention is paid on the influence of solar flares and ionospheric irregularities on GPS and GLONASS performance. The work is a tribute to the leader of
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Edward Afraimovich, Elvira Astafyeva, Vladislav Demyanov, Ilya Edemskiy, Nadezhda Gavrilyuk, et al.. A review of GPS/GLONASS studies of the ionospheric response to natural and anthropogenic processes and phenomena. Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, EDP sciences, 2013, 3, pp.A27. ⟨10.1051/swsc/2013049⟩. ⟨insu-02148577⟩

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