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UTAH’S AURORA AND AURORAL RESEARCH
Utah Science (1981)
  • K. D. Baker, Utah State University
  • G. D. Allred, Utah State University
  • L. F. Hall, Utah State University
Abstract
At northern latitudes the aurora borealis is commonplace. In Utah, the occurrence sends friend to alert friend. The causes of this beautiful phenomenon are becoming better understood through research.
Keywords
  • Aurora Borealis,
  • Utah,
  • northern lights,
  • special auroral event,
  • solar wind,
  • solar activity cycle,
  • plasma,
  • magnetosphere,
  • particles collide,
  • auroral zone,
  • auroral oval,
  • auroral arc,
  • auroral breakup,
  • auroral substorm,
  • auroral research,
  • aurora photography
Disciplines
Publication Date
Fall 1981
Citation Information
K. D. Baker, G. D. Allred and L. F. Hall. "UTAH’S AURORA AND AURORAL RESEARCH" Utah Science Vol. 42 Iss. 3 (1981)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/leonard_hall/1/