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P. J. Erickson, Liles, W., and Miller, E. S., Amateur digital mode based remote sensing: FT8 use as a radar signal of opportunity for ionospheric characterization, in HamSCI Workshop, Scranton, PA, 2020.
N. A. Frissell, Brandt, L., Cerwin, S. A., Collins, K. V., Kazdan, D., Gibbons, J., Engelke, W. D., Frissell, R. M., Gerzoff, R. B., Kaeppler, S. R., Ledvina, V., Liles, W., Lombardi, M., MacDonald, E., Di Mare, F., Miller, E. S., Perry, G. W., Rizzo, J. D., Sanchez, D. F., H. Serra, L., H. Silver, W., Themens, D. R., and West, M. Lou, Amateur Radio: An Integral Tool for Atmospheric, Ionospheric, and Space Physics Research and Operations, White Paper Submitted to the National Academy of Sciences Decadal Survey for Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics) 2024-2033, 2022.
N. A. Frissell, Brandt, L., Cerwin, S. A., Collins, K. V., Kazdan, D., Gibbons, J., Engelke, W. D., Frissell, R. M., Gerzoff, R. B., Kaeppler, S. R., Ledvina, V., Liles, W., Lombardi, M., MacDonald, E., Di Mare, F., Miller, E. S., Perry, G. W., Rizzo, J. D., Sanchez, D. F., H. Serra, L., H. Silver, W., Themens, D. R., and West, M. Lou, Amateur Radio: An Integral Tool for Atmospheric, Ionospheric, and Space Physics Research and Operations, White Paper Submitted to the National Academy of Sciences Decadal Survey for Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics) 2024-2033, 2022.
M. L. Moses, Burujupali, S., Brosie, K., Dixit, S., Earle, G. D., Kordella, L., Frissell, N. A., and Chitale, C., Analysis of the August 2017 Eclipse’s Effect on Radio Wave Propagation Employing a Raytrace Algorithm, in NSF CEDAR (Coupling, Energetics, and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions), Keystone, CO, 2017.
P. J. Erickson, Gombosi, T. I., Baker, D. N., Balogh, A., Huba, J. D., Lanzerotti, L. J., Foster, J. C., Albert, J. M., Fennell, J. F., Mishin, E. V., Starks, M. J., Jaynes, A. N., Li, X., Kanekal, S. G., and Kletzing, C., Anthropogenic Space Weather, in HamSCI-UK, Milton Keynes, UK, 2017.
M. Hunnekuhl and MacDonald, E., An Aurorasaurus Citizen Science Database of Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement (STEVE) Observations (ePoster), in HamSCI Workshop 2020, Scranton, PA, 2020.
E. MacDonald, Aurorasaurus: Citizen Science Observations of the Aurora (Invited Tutorial), in HamSCI Workshop 2020, Scranton, PA, 2020.
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D. Witten III, Kim, H., Madey, J., Cowling, S., and Frissell, N. A., Characterizing and Optimizing the behavior of a Ground-based Magnetometer for Ionospheric Space Weather Observations, in ARRL-TAPR Digital Communications Conference, Virtual, 2020.
M. L. Moses, Dixit, S., Earle, G. D., Frissell, N. A., Kordella, L., Han, X., and Chitale, C., Characterizing the Ionosphere Using a Commercial Off the Shelf Software Defined Radio System, in Fall 2016 American Geophysical Union, San Francsico, 2016.
G. W. Perry, Frissell, N. A., Miller, E. S., Moses, M., Shovkoplyas, A., Howarth, A. D., and Yau, A. W., Citizen radio science: an analysis of Amateur Radio transmissions with e-POP RRI, Radio Science, 2018.
G. W. Perry, Frissell, N. A., Miller, E. S., Moses, M., Shovkoplyas, A., Howarth, A. D., and Yau, A. W., Citizen radio science: an analysis of Amateur Radio transmissions with e-POP RRI, Radio Science, 2018.
W. C. Liles, Mitchell, C. N., Kerby-Patel, K. C., Nelson, J., and Lukes, L., Collaborative Use of Solar Eclipses to Study the Ionosphere, in HamSCI-UK, Milton Keynes, UK, 2017.
C. Deacon, Mitchell, C., and Watson, R., Consolidated Amateur Radio Reports as Indicators of Intense Sporadic-E Layers, HamSCI Workshop 2022. HamSCI, Huntsville, AL, 2022.
J. R. Hobart, Farmer, J. O., Mikitin, G., Waugh, D., Benedict, R., Cerwin, S. A., Collins, K. V., Kazdan, D., Gibbons, J., Romanek, V. I., and Frissell, N. A., Construction and Operation of a HamSCI Grape Version 1 Personal Space Weather Station: A Citizen Scientist’s Perspective, in American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2021.
V. Ledvina, MacDonald, E., Barkhouse, W., and Young, T., Construction of an Aurora Camera in North Dakota to Aid in Citizen Science and Space Weather Applications (ePoster), in HamSCI Workshop 2020, Scranton, PA, 2020.