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Paper: Studies of Space Weather Using Solar Radio Bursts
Volume: 345, From Clark Lake to the Long Wavelength Array: Bill Erickson's Radio Science
Page: 133
Authors: Cane, H.V.; Erickson, W.C.
Abstract: High quality observations of solar radio bursts in the frequency range 14—1 MHz have been possible since late 1994 with the launch of the Wind spacecraft. However the standard solar patrols typically commence observations above 25 MHz leaving a small, but important, gap in the frequency coverage. This gap is filled by the Bruny Island Radio Spectrometer. In this paper we describe the studies that have been made using this extended frequency range. Our main interest has been the role of radio bursts in diagnosing energetic particle acceleration and propagation in the inner heliosphere.
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