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1959. Hinteregger, H. , and K. Watanabe, Photoionization rates in the E and F regions, 2, J. , 67, 3373, 1962. , Some results concerning the sunrise and sunset variations of abs•)rl)tion during polar radio blackouts, in Electron Density Profiles in the Ionosphere and Exosphere, edited by B. Maehlum, p. 110, The Macmillan Company, New York, 1962. , B. Landmark, and F. Lied, Observation of electron density in the D region during polar radio blackout conditions, in Electron Density Profiles in the Ionosphere and Exosphere, edited by B.

STONEHOCKER, AND J. W. WRIGHT Central Radio Propagation Laboratory, National Bureau of Standards Boulder, Colorado Abstract. 7-cmradio flux. Simultaneousvariations throughout the whole polar ionosphere,manifested in universal time (UT) variations, are found in several ionosphericparameters: the total number of electronsin a cm2 column below the F•. peak and the height of the F•. peak show a UT variation in phasewith that ofloft. found by Duncan [1962];a UT variation of oppositephaseis found in the F• layer.

6 6 anornaly. The 3 drift, ofcourse, hastoundergo a diurnal variation. ' The nighttime valuesshowa morning I • ............ Port Lockroy, September (spring). a maximum, which always occurs at orafterlocal riOOil. Since the anomaly is a dynamic phenomenon,horizontal and vertical drifts must be investigated, preferably by using true height analysis. The height of the maximum during the time of the anomaly may be different from that during an 'undisturbed'condition. It is It. is also of interest to computethe hourly rate of increaseof critical frequencyafter sunrise,as we have done for the Arctic.

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