His primary areas of investigation include Ionosphere, Atmospheric sciences, F region, Geophysics and Latitude. His Ionosphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Solar maximum and Equator. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Thermosphere, Ionosonde and Sunset.
His F region research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Solar cycle and Longitude. As a part of the same scientific family, E. R. de Paula mostly works in the field of Geophysics, focusing on Drift velocity and, on occasion, Gravitational wave, Gravity wave and Magnetic dip. E. R. de Paula has researched Latitude in several fields, including Geomagnetic storm, Sporadic E propagation and Total electron content.
His primary areas of study are Ionosphere, Geophysics, Atmospheric sciences, Geodesy and F region. Many of his research projects under Ionosphere are closely connected to Scintillation with Scintillation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work carried out in the field of Geophysics brings together such families of science as Drift velocity, Gravity wave, Equatorial electrojet, Earth's magnetic field and Equator.
His Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Solar cycle, Solar maximum, Sunset and Local time. His research in Geodesy intersects with topics in Geomagnetic storm, Field line, Meteorology, GPS signals and Point. His F region research includes elements of Magnetic anomaly, Ionosonde, Plume, Altitude and Incoherent scatter.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ionosphere, Geophysics, TEC, Environmental science and Scintillation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Latitude, Geodesy, Space weather, Atmospheric sciences and Anomaly in addition to Ionosphere. His Latitude study also includes
Atmospheric sciences is often connected to Longitude in his work. His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Equatorial electrojet, Earth's magnetic field and Equator. His TEC study combines topics in areas such as Climatology and Gravity wave.
His main research concerns Ionosphere, TEC, Atmospheric sciences, Anomaly and Total electron content. E. R. de Paula has included themes like Longitude and Latitude in his Ionosphere study. His research in Longitude intersects with topics in Local time, Northern Hemisphere, Satellite, Evening and F region.
His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Solar Activities, Variation, Earth's magnetic field and Altitude. His Total electron content research includes elements of GNSS applications and Thermosphere. His studies in GNSS applications integrate themes in fields like Weather map, Meteorology, Space weather and Geodesy.
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Effects of the vertical plasma drift velocity on the generation and evolution of equatorial spread F
Bela G. Fejer;L. Scherliess;E. R. de Paula.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Average vertical and zonal F region plasma drifts over Jicamarca
Bela G. Fejer;E. R. de Paula;S. Gonzalez;R. F. Woodman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
GPS and ionospheric scintillations
P. M. Kintner;B. M. Ledvina;E. R. de Paula.
Space Weather-the International Journal of Research and Applications (2007)
Global equatorial ionospheric vertical plasma drifts measured by the AE-E satellite
Bela G. Fejer;E. R. de Paula;R. A. Heelis;W. B. Hanson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Gravity wave initiation of equatorial spread F/plasma bubble irregularities based on observational data from the SpreadFEx campaign
M. A. Abdu;E. Alam Kherani;I. S. Batista;E. R. de Paula.
Annales Geophysicae (2009)
Fading timescales associated with GPS signals and potential consequences
Paul M. Kintner;Hyosub Kil;Theodore L. Beach;Eurico R. de Paula.
Radio Science (2001)
Ionospheric effects of the March 13, 1989, magnetic storm at low and equatorial latitudes
Inez S. Batista;E. R. de Paula;M. A. Abdu;N. B. Trivedi.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Size, shape, orientation, speed, and duration of GPS equatorial anomaly scintillations
P. M. Kintner;B. M. Ledvina;E. R. de Paula;I. J. Kantor.
Radio Science (2004)
Ionospheric plasma bubble climatology over Brazil based on 22 years (1977–1998) of airglow observations
J. H.A. Sobral;M. A. Abdu;H. Takahashi;Michael J. Taylor.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2002)
Equatorial ionospheric electric fields during magnetospheric disturbances: local time/longitude dependences from recent EITS campaigns
M.A. Abdu;I.S. Batista;G.O. Walker;J.H.A. Sobral.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1995)
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