Solar-terrestrial observations at bipolar conjugate points using global positioning system

Wayan Suparta, Mardina Abdullah, Mohd Alauddin Mohd Ali, Baharudin Yatim, Natsuo Sato, Akira Kadokura, Gunnlaugur Bjornsson, Grahame J. Fraser

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Abstract

GPS technique is an essential tool to explore of the near-Earth space environment towards improved space weather prediction and such methods provide suitable platforms for the studies solar-climate relationships. Using the atmospheric precipitable water vapour (PWV) as a terrestrial response and the ionospheric total electron content (TEC) as a measure solar activity which both derived from ground-based GPS observations, some physical mechanisms of how solar activity exerts their influences on weather/climate changes can be explained. This paper presents an characterization of both TEC and PWV using ground-based GPS receivers to insight Sun-Earth coupling mechanisms through bipolar conjugate points.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009
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Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventInternational Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009 - Bandung
Duration: 23 Nov 200925 Nov 2009

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OtherInternational Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009
CityBandung
Period23/11/0925/11/09

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Global positioning system
Water vapor
Earth (planet)
Electrons
Climate change
Sun

Keywords

  • Bipolar
  • Conjugate points
  • PWV
  • Sun-Earth coupling
  • TEC

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Biomedical Engineering

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Suparta, W., Abdullah, M., Ali, M. A. M., Yatim, B., Sato, N., Kadokura, A., ... Fraser, G. J. (2009). Solar-terrestrial observations at bipolar conjugate points using global positioning system. In International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009 [5417302] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICICI-BME.2009.5417302

Solar-terrestrial observations at bipolar conjugate points using global positioning system. / Suparta, Wayan; Abdullah, Mardina; Ali, Mohd Alauddin Mohd; Yatim, Baharudin; Sato, Natsuo; Kadokura, Akira; Bjornsson, Gunnlaugur; Fraser, Grahame J.

International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009. 2009. 5417302.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Suparta, W, Abdullah, M, Ali, MAM, Yatim, B, Sato, N, Kadokura, A, Bjornsson, G & Fraser, GJ 2009, Solar-terrestrial observations at bipolar conjugate points using global positioning system. in International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009., 5417302, International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009, Bandung, 23/11/09. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICICI-BME.2009.5417302
Suparta W, Abdullah M, Ali MAM, Yatim B, Sato N, Kadokura A et al. Solar-terrestrial observations at bipolar conjugate points using global positioning system. In International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009. 2009. 5417302 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICICI-BME.2009.5417302
Suparta, Wayan ; Abdullah, Mardina ; Ali, Mohd Alauddin Mohd ; Yatim, Baharudin ; Sato, Natsuo ; Kadokura, Akira ; Bjornsson, Gunnlaugur ; Fraser, Grahame J. / Solar-terrestrial observations at bipolar conjugate points using global positioning system. International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, Information Technology, and Biomedical Engineering 2009, ICICI-BME 2009. 2009.
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