The Eureka Polar Science Home Page


Eureka Polar Observatory, located at the
Atmospheric Environment Service ASTRO Lab
80.05º N, 86.42º W geographic
88.9º N CGM




Operations at Eureka, NWT, began in December 1990 and have continued until 1995.


Investigators

Prof. D.J. McEwen, University of Saskatchewan
Prof. J.W. MacDougall, University of Western Ontario
Prof. R.P. Lowe, University of Western Ontario

Associates

Dr. I. Oznovich, University of Saskatchewan
Dr. D.P. Steele, University of Saskatchewan
Prof. K. Hayashi, University of Tokyo
Prof. G.G. Sivjee, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University


Eureka Polar Observatory Researchers


Left to Right: Don McEwen, Albert Maione, Nick Rolheiser, Peter How, David Harris, Yongliang Zhang [Missing: Greg Hammel (on site), Israel Oznovich]


Research Projects

Polar Arcs
F-Layer Patches
Wave Activity in Polar Airglow


Other Related Home Pages

Auroral Large Imaging System (ALIS) Control Centre
CANOPUS
Cluster/Ground-Based Data Centre
ERAU - Space Physics Research Laboratory
JGR - Space Physics
November 1993 Space Weather Event
The Øersted Satellite Program


[Phys & Eng Phys Homepage]Physics and Engineering Physics Homepage
[UofS Homepage]Univ. of Sask. Homepage


For more information, contact:
D.J.McEwen mcewen@skisas.usask.ca
Physics Dept., Univ. of Saskatchewan,
116 Science Place,
Saskatoon, Sask.
Canada
S7N 5E2


This web info constructed by Greg Hammel 28/08/95