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Title: Modeled transient ionospheric upflow as driven by poleward moving auroral forms observed during the Rocket Experiment for Neutral Upwelling 2 (RENU2) campaign Open Access Deposited

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  • The Geospace Environment Model of Ion-Neutral Interactions with Transverse Ion Acceleration (GEMINI-TIA) has been used here to simulate poleward moving auroral forms (PMAFs) in the high-latitude ionosphere as observed during the Rocket Experiment for Neutral Upwelling 2 (RENU2) campaign.
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  • Brightness from an all-sky imager has been used as a spatiotemporal constraint for auroral inputs selected from in situ rocket measurements which are used to drive the ionospheric model. This method allows for realistic ionospheric forcing that is not captured in traditional "on-off" methods of describing PMAFs. Transient forcing (simulated PMAFs) and steady forcing ("on-off") simulations have been generated for comparison.
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  • mburleig@umich.edu
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  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
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  • Burleigh, M., Zettergren, M., Lynch, K., Lessard, M., Moen, J., Clausen, L., Kenward, D., Hysell, D., and Liemohn, M. (2019). Transient ionospheric upflow driven by poleward moving auroral forms observed during the Rocket Experiment for Neutral Upwelling 2 (RENU2) campaign. Geophysical Research Letters. (Submitted).
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  • 08/21/2019
Published
  • 03/27/2019
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To Cite this Work:
Burleigh, M. (2019). Modeled transient ionospheric upflow as driven by poleward moving auroral forms observed during the Rocket Experiment for Neutral Upwelling 2 (RENU2) campaign [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/pcrt-dj64

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