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Statistical analysis of internal gravity wave parameters registered by variations of the hydroxyl molecule emission is presented. The wave structures are detected with an all sky infrared camera at the optical station of Maimaga (φ=63° N; λ=129.50°E geographic). The data obtained for the period of 1998 to 2002 show that the small-scale internal gravity waves propagate predominantly westward. The observed wavelengths vary from 15.4 to 100 km. (the average value is ~40 km), the horizontal phase speeds are between 19 and 166 m s-¹ (the average value is ~63 m s-¹) and the estimated periods are 9-90 min (the average value is ~17 min). The wavelengths and phase speeds at high latitudes is probably due to the large intensities of the filtering winds compared to those in the middle atmosphere. The short waves (wavelengths shorter than 17.5 km) propagate in the same direction as the long ones.

Ammosov, P. P. Observations of short-term waves with an all sky camera in the infrared oh brightness over Yakutsk / P. P. Ammosov, G. A. Gavrilyeva // Physics of auroral phenomena : proceedings of the 26th annual seminar, 25 -28 February 2003. – 2003. – P. 179-181.

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Large-amplitude morning Pc5 magnetic pulsations during the main phase of intense magnetic storm were registered at magnetic stations of 190-200° magnetic meridians on January 21-22, 2005. Magnetic pulsations in the Pc5 frequency range observed at the GOES 10, 12 satellites in the noon and evening sectors exhibited a high degree of magnetic compessibility. A Los Alamos particle detector on board geostationary satellite observed the occurrence of energetic particle flux oscillations in the Pc5 band. The Pc5 pulsations were followed with the VLF-emission and riometer absorption modulation with the same period. The regions of maximal amplitude of Pc5 geomagnetic pulsations and deep modulation of riometer absorptions shifted to high latitudes in the same way. Significant and long-lasting compression of magnetosphere led, probably, to moderate pitch-angle diffusion of particle into the loss cone even at the middle latitudes. Analysis of coordinated data allowed us to suggest that a modulation effects of precipitating particles are caused by a compressional waves.

Manifestation of Magnetosphere Fluctuations during the Large Magnetic Storm of January 21-22, 2005 / D. G. Baishev, E. S. Barkova, V. A. Mullayarov, S. N. Samsonov, S. I. Solovyev, K. Yumoto // Solar Extreme Events Fundamental Science and Applied Aspects Nor-Amberd, Armenia 26-30 September 2005 : proceedings of the Second International Symposium / edited by A. Chilingarian and G. Karapetyan. − Erevan : Cosmic Ray Division, Alikhanyan Physics Institute, 2006. − P. 96-99.

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In the present study we investigate the undulations at the equatorial boundary of diffuse aurora and their relationship to the development of magnetic and auroral substorms and excitation of Pc5 magnetic pulsation on January 14, 1999. The observed undulations had wave-length of ~200-300 km and amplitude of ~50-250 km and they propagated westward with the velocity of ~0,7 km/s. It is found that the undulations began ~40 min after the substorm onset and lasted for ~80 min, all the way to the end of the substorm. During both active and recovery phases of the substorm the undulations were accompanied by the enhancement of the DP2 equivalent current system and by the formation of WTS. Concurrently with undulations, there were observed Pc5 magnetic pulsations of an oscillation period roughly equal to the ratio of the undulation wavelength to their propagation velocity. Observations are interpreted in terms of the shear/ballooning instability excitation near the plasmapause and subsequent generation of drift hydromagnetic waves.

Formation of large-scale, "giant" undulations at the equatorial boundary of diffuse aurora and Pc5 magnetic pulsations during the January 14, 1999 magnetic storm / D. G. Baishev, E. S. Barkova, S. I. Solovyev, K. Yumoto, M. J. Engebretson and A. V. Koustov // Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Substorms : 16-20 May 2000 Congress Centre of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia. − Noordwijk, Netherlands : European Space Agency, 2000. − P. 427-430.

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MAGDAS-9 magnetometers observations of strong earthquakes : [тезисы докладов] / Baishev D. G., Moiseev A.V., Bondar E. D., Kobyakova S. E., Yumoto K. // 10th International conference "Problems of geocosmos", St. Petersburg, Petrodvorets, October 6-10, 2014. – St. Petersburg : [s. n.], 2014. – P. 106.

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DMSP satellite observations and magnetic measurements at the Yakutsk observatory (φ=62°N, λ=129.6°E, L=3.3) are used to investigate the characteristics of undulations of the equatorward boundary of diffuse aurora and their relationship to the Pc5 magnetic pulsations in the evening sector during two successive magnetic superstorms at the beginning of November 2004. The large-scale undulations were observed by DMSP satellites near Yakutsk (φ~59-62°) at 0924-0932 UT on November 8, 2004 during the storm recovery phase and at~0841 UT on November 10, 2004 during the main phase of storm. They had the wavelength of λ450-500 km and the the amplitude of A~150 km for the first event, and λ~250 km and A~100 km for the second event, respectively. The estimated velocity of westward propagation for undulations during the first event was equal to V~1.4 km/s. The appearance of undulations for both events near Yakutsk was accompanied by geomagnetic Pc5 pulsations with periods of ~4-8 min, registered at the station. The behavior of undulations and fast plasma flows with concurrent Pc5 pulsations is discussed.

Baishev, D. G. Undulations Observed by the DMSP Satellites during Magnetic Superstorms of November 2004 / D. G. Baishev, F. J. Rich // Solar Extreme Events Fundamental Science and Applied Aspects Nor-Amberd, Armenia 26-30 September 2005 : proceedings of the Second International Symposium / edited by A. Chilingarian and G. Karapetyan. − Erevan : Cosmic Ray Division, Alikhanyan Physics Institute, 2006. − P. 100-103.

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Якутская меридиональная цепочка (ЯМЦ) ИКФИА СО РАН, расположенная вдоль 190° магнитного меридиана, оснащена геофизическими и радиофизическими инструментами для мониторинга космической погоды на северо-востоке России. ЯМЦ включает четыре основные станции в Якутске, Тикси, Жиганске и Маймаге, и шесть дополнительных наблюдательных пунктов в Нерюнгри, Зырянке, Кыстатыам, Джарджане, Чокурдахе и на о. Котельный. Она обеспечивает непрерывный мониторинг околоземного космического пространства с целью получения данных о вариациях магнитного поля, космического радиошума, ОНЧ эмиссий и ионосферных параметров в сложной системе верхняя атмосфера-ионосфера-магнитосфера. Дополнительно проводятся долговременные экспериментальные исследования влияния эффектов космической погоды на здоровье человека в Тикси и Якутске. В статье описывается меридиональная цепочка инструментов на субавроральных и авроральных широтах и дается краткий обзор научных результатов мониторинга и исследования эффектов космической погоды в Якутии. Также сообщается об участии ИКФИА СО РАН в международных проектах (Intermagnet, MAGDAS, GIRO).

Monitoring and investigating space weather effects with meridional chain of instruments in Yakutia: a brief overview = Мониторинг и исследование эффектов космической погоды с помощью меридиональной цепочки инструментов в Якутии: краткий обзор / D. G. Baihsev, S. N. Samsonov, A. V. Moiseev, R. N. Boroyev, A. E. Stepanov, V. I. Kozlov, A. A. Korsakov, A. A. Toropov, A. Yoshikawa, K. Yumoto // Солнечно-земная физика = Solar-Terrestrial Physics. – 2017, т. 3, N 2 : 13-я российско-китайская конференция по космической погоде. – С. 27-35.
DOI: 10.12737/22607

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Splitting of auroral electrojets: ground-based and satellite data / D. G. Baishev, V. A. Velichko, E. E. Antonova, L. I. Gromova, M. V. Stepanova, R. A. Kovrazhkin, J. M. Bosqued // Physics of auroral phenomena : proceedings of the 26th annual seminar, 25 - 28 February 2003. – 2003. – P. 9-11.

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Boroyev, R. N. Dynamics of field-aligned currents during substorms / R. N. Boroyev // Physics of auroral phenomena : proceedings of the 25th annual seminar, Apatity, 26 February – 1 March 2002. – 2002. – P. 9-11.

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By using satellite magnetic field measurements it is shown that before the substorm expansion phase onset the field-aligned currents of zone 2 type are not always observed on the geosynchronous orbits at the midnight sector. The relationship between the appearance of the field-aligned currents of zone 2 types before the beginning of the substorm expansion phase and the active phase duration and the preceding magnetic disturbance level has been found. It is found that if the expansion phase lasts less than 11 min, the appearance probability of the field-aligned current of zone 2 type before the substorm expansion phase onset T0 decreases. As the geomagnetic activity rises before a substorm, the probability of the beginning of the field-aligned currents before T0 increases. These results indicate that substorms in which the field-aligned currents of zone 2 type the T0 onset are absent, can be probably developed in the distant part of the magnetotail.

Boroyev, R. N. Dynamics of the field-aligned current during substorms with a sharp onset of the expansion phase / R. N. Boroyev // Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Substorms : 16-20 May 2000 Congress Centre of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia. − Noordwijk, Netherlands : European Space Agency, 2000. − P. 377-380.

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The spatial-temporal distribution of westward electrojets in the northern hemisphere has been investigated using geomagnetic ground observation data for November 9-10, 2004 geomagnetic storm. It is shown that the location of the maximum westward electrojet depends on the IMF orientation. It is in the evening or morning sector when Bγ0. With the increase of positive IMF Bγ, the region of intensity maximum shifts to morning hours. Thus, the azimuthal IMF component not only controls the pattern of magnetospheric convection, but also affects the longitudinal location of the westward electrojet pattern during the magnetic storm.

Influence of IMF by on the location of western electrojets during the magnetic storm on Nov. 9-10, 2004 / R. N. Boroev, A. Du, S. I. Solovyev, W.-Y. Xu, G.-X. Chen, V. A. Velichko // Physics of auroral phenomena : proceedings of the 29th annual seminar, Apatity, 27 February–3 March 2006. – 2007. – P. 21-24.