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2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium
Field aligned currents flow from the magnetosphere to the E-region ionosphere where they drive auroral electrojets. These currents often cause Farley-Buneman (FB) instabilities to develop and become turbulent. These irregularities substantially affect ionospheric conductivity, temperatures, and VHF and UHF radio wave propagation. Many of the observed characteristics of radar measurements of this region result from the nonlinear behavior of this unstable plasma. While FB waves have been studieddoi:10.1109/ursigass.2011.6051056 fatcat:ebf3prnqjra2hdb2h7ou3sktcq