International Journal of Geosciences (IJG)

Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing

Journal description

International Journal of Geosciences is a peer reviewed journal dedicated to the latest advancement of geosciences. The goal of this journal is to keep a record of the state-of-the-art research and to promote study, research and improvement within its various specialties.All manuscripts submitted to IJG must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during IJG's review period. Additionally, accepted ones will immediately appear online followed by printed in hard copy.

Current impact factor: 0.26

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ISSN 2156-8359

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Scientific Research Publishing

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    ABSTRACT: The statistical study of F2 layer critical frequency at Dakar station from 1971 to 1996 is carried out. This paper shows foF2 statistical diurnal for all geomagnetic activities and all seasons and that during solar maximum and minimum phases. It emerges that foF2 diurnal variation graphs at Dakar station exhibits the different types of foF2 profiles in African EIA regions. The type of profile depends on solar activity, season and solar phase. During solar minimum and under quiet time condition, data show the signature of a strength electrojet that is coupled with intense counter electrojet in the afternoon. Under disturbed conditions, mean intense electrojet is observed in winter during fluctuating and recurrent activities. Intense counter electrojet is seen under fluctuating and shock activities in all seasons coupled with strength electrojet in autumn. In summer and spring under all geomagnetic activity condition, there is intense counter electrojet. During solar maximum, in summer and spring there is no electrojet under geomagnetic activity conditions. Winter shows a mean intense electrojet. Winter and autumn are marked by the signature of the reversal electric field.
    International Journal of Geosciences 03/2015; 6(03):201-208. DOI:10.4236/ijg.2015.63014