Equatorial Ionization Anomaly

By igopaulino

Using airglow images from the OI 6300, it is possible to observe the dynamics and structures of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA).

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Gravity wave studies

By igopaulino

Gravity waves have been observed at São João do Cariri since September 2000 using all sky CCD cameras. Several investigations have been done on the generation, propagations and dissip

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Publications 2017

By igopaulino

1. Case study of convective instability observed in airglow images over the Northeast of Brazil

By:  A.J.A. Carvalho, I. Paulino, A.F. Medeiros, L.M.

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Publications 2016

By igopaulino

1. Mesospheric gravity wave characteristics and identification of their sources around spring equinox over Indian low latitudes.

By: SIVAKANDAN, M. ; PAULINO, Igo&n

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Publications 2015

By igopaulino

1. Plasma bubble monitoring by TEC map and 630nm airglow image.

By: Takahashi, H. ; Wrasse, C.M. ; OTSUKA, Y. ; IVO, A. ; GOMES, V. ; Paulino, I.&nbs

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Publications 2014

By igopaulino

1. Observations of the intraseasonal oscillations over two Brazilian low latitude stations: A comparative study.

By: GUHARAY, A. ; BATISTA, P.P. ; CLEMESHA, B.R. ; Buriti, R.

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About us

AEROLUME is a research group on Physics and Chemistry of the upper atmosphere. The main researches include dynamics and structures of the equatorial mesosphere and upper thermosphere by using airglow measurements and radio wave technique. AEROLUME is part of the Physics department of the UFCG.


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Aerolume Research Group.
Street Aprigio Veloso, 882, BL CY
Bairro Universitario, ZIP CODE: 58.429-900
Phone: +55 (83) 2101-1196
Paraiba, Brazil