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Transparency of Cosmic Radio Waves Caused by Seismic and Volcano Activities

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ABSTRACT

The generation of different waves in the atmosphere and ionosphere caused by seismic and volcano activities has changed the transparency for cosmic radio waves. It is possible to analyze two cases: the first case caused by the atmospheric acoustic wave, which creates a periodic structure of the electron density in the ionosphere. It is shown that the resonant passing of the radio waves takes place, when the length of the acoustic wave is equal to one or a few lengths of the radio wave. The second case produces the electron density decrease in the F-layer of the ionosphere resulting in an increase in the transparency of the ionosphere for cosmic radio waves. The review of these phenomena is provided in this work and both cases have been confirmed experimentally.

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Koshevaya, S. , Kotsarenko, Y. , Escobedo, J. , Kotsarenko, A. and Yutsis, V. (2014) Transparency of Cosmic Radio Waves Caused by Seismic and Volcano Activities. Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, 6, 335-341. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2014.611034.

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