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SuperDARN 2004 DAT

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Description: SuperDARN DAT files for the calendar year 2004.
INSTRUMENT INFORMATION AND RULES OF THE ROAD:

*** Before downloading and using the data, make sure to read the README file in the top directory of this collection. ***

SuperDARN is an international collaboration operating high frequency (HF) radars deployed in the northern and southern hemispheres to measure ionospheric plasma circulation. Each partner institution secures funding and manages operations for their own facilities. The continued availability of SuperDARN data depends on the proper acknowledgement of data by its users. Guidelines for data acknowledgement are as follows:

When data from an individual radar or radars are used, users must contact the principal investigator(s) of those radar(s) to obtain the appropriate acknowledgement information and to offer collaboration, where appropriate. Contact information is available in the README file for this collection.

For all usage of SuperDARN data, users are asked to include the following standard acknowledgement text: “The authors acknowledge the use of SuperDARN data. SuperDARN is a collection of radars funded by national scientific funding agencies of Australia, Canada, China, France, Italy, Japan, Norway, South Africa, United Kingdom and the United States of America.”

While SuperDARN has an open data use policy, i.e., prior permission to access and analyse the data is not required, the data user is strongly encouraged to establish early contact with any Principal Investigator whose data are involved in the project to discuss the intended usage and collaboration. Data can be subject to limitations that are not immediately evident to users. In addition, some data are embargoed for use by designated Principal Investigators for a period of one year. SuperDARN and the organizations that contributed data must be acknowledged in all reports and publications that use SuperDARN data.

The SuperDARN Executive Council (see list in the README) must be notified before data are redistributed through another database. The data are not to be used for commercial purposes. If you have any questions about appropriate use of these data, contact any SuperDARN Principal Investigator.
Authors: Super Dual Auroral Radar Network
Keywords: Magnetosphere
Ionosphere
High-frequency radar
Shortwave radio
Over-the-Horizon radar
Space Weather
Near-Earth space environment
Space plasma physics
SuperDARN
Super Dual Auroral Radar Network
Radar
Aurora
Northern Lights
Plasma Convection
Convection Electric Field
HF radio wave propagation
Ionospheric convection
Magnetic reconnection
Substorms
Magnetic field-aligned currents
Ultra-low frequency waves
Gravity waves
Mesospheric winds
Ionospheric irregularities
Magnetic storms
Field of Research: 
Physical sciences
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Astronomical and space sciences
>
Space and solar physics
Date: 29-Jul-2021
Publisher: Federated Research Data Repository / dépôt fédéré de données de recherche
URI: https://doi.org/10.20383/102.0460
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Geographic Point: 
Latitude
53.32
Longitude
-60.46

Latitude
62.32
Longitude
26.61

Latitude
49.39
Longitude
-82.32

Latitude
58.68
Longitude
-156.65

Latitude
57.62
Longitude
-152.19

Latitude
63.77
Longitude
-20.54

Latitude
53.98
Longitude
-122.59

Latitude
52.16
Longitude
-16.53

Latitude
63.86
Longitude
-21.031

Latitude
-75.52
Longitude
-26.63

Latitude
-49.22
Longitude
70.14

Latitude
-71.68
Longitude
-2.85

Latitude
-69.00
Longitude
39.59

Latitude
-69.00
Longitude
39.58

Latitude
-43.40
Longitude
127.20

Latitude
-46.51
Longitude
168.38
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Citation
Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (2021) SuperDARN 2004 DAT. Federated Research Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.20383/102.0460