His primary areas of investigation include Ionosphere, Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Cutlass and Radar. He combines subjects such as Wave propagation, Field line, Computational physics and Latitude with his study of Ionosphere. The Geophysics study combines topics in areas such as Magnetopause, Convection, Interplanetary spaceflight and Substorm.
Tim K. Yeoman has included themes like Magnetic reconnection and Interplanetary magnetic field in his Magnetosphere study. His Interplanetary magnetic field study combines topics in areas such as Astronomy and Flux tube. His Radar research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Super Dual Auroral Radar Network and Remote sensing, Backscatter.
Tim K. Yeoman spends much of his time researching Ionosphere, Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Radar and Computational physics. His Ionosphere research includes themes of Cutlass, Earth's magnetic field and Atmospheric sciences. His Geophysics research incorporates elements of Magnetopause, Convection, Field line, Interplanetary magnetic field and Substorm.
The various areas that he examines in his Magnetosphere study include Astrophysics, Magnetic reconnection, Solar wind and Magnetometer. The concepts of his Radar study are interwoven with issues in Geodesy, Super Dual Auroral Radar Network, Astrophysical plasma and Remote sensing, Backscatter. His work focuses on many connections between Computational physics and other disciplines, such as Electron density, that overlap with his field of interest in Electron temperature.
His primary areas of study are Ionosphere, Computational physics, Geophysics, Magnetosphere and Super Dual Auroral Radar Network. His research in Ionosphere intersects with topics in Radar and Space weather. His study looks at the intersection of Computational physics and topics like Spectral line with Uhf radar.
His Geophysics research includes themes of Plasma sheet and Conjunction. His study on Magnetopause is often connected to Upwelling as part of broader study in Magnetosphere. Tim K. Yeoman interconnects Azimuth, Substorm, Backscatter and Defense Meteorological Satellite Program in the investigation of issues within Super Dual Auroral Radar Network.
Ionosphere, Earth's magnetic field, Geophysics, Super Dual Auroral Radar Network and Atomic physics are his primary areas of study. His Ionosphere study combines topics in areas such as Cutlass and Computational physics. His work carried out in the field of Earth's magnetic field brings together such families of science as Field line, Electron density and Plasma sheet.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Astronomy, Planet and Magnetosphere, Electron precipitation. Tim K. Yeoman regularly ties together related areas like Substorm in his Geophysics studies. His Super Dual Auroral Radar Network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Radar, Azimuth and Backscatter.
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A decade of the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN): scientific achievements, new techniques and future directions
G. Chisham;M. Lester;Steve E. Milan;M.P. Freeman.
Surveys in Geophysics (2007)
Ionospheric electron heating, optical emissions, and striations induced by powerful HF radio waves at high latitudes: Aspect angle dependence
M. T. Rietveld;Mike J. Kosch;N. F. Blagoveshchenskaya;V. A. Kornienko.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Initial backscatter occurrence statistics from the CUTLASS HF radars
S. E. Milan;T. K. Yeoman;M. Lester;E. C. Thomas.
Annales Geophysicae (1997)
Reconnection in a rotation-dominated magnetosphere and its relation to Saturn's auroral dynamics
S. W. H. Cowley;Sarah V. Badman;E. J. Bunce;J. T. Clarke.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Phase and spectral power of mid-latitude Pi2 pulsations: evidence for a plasmaspheric cavity resonance
T.K. Yeoman;D. Orr.
Planetary and Space Science (1989)
First simultaneous observations of flux transfer events at the high-latitude magnetopause by the Cluster spacecraft and pulsed radar signatures in the conjugate ionosphere by the CUTLASS and EISCAT radars
J. A. Wild;Stanley William Herbert Cowley;J. A. Davies;H. Khan.
Annales Geophysicae (2001)
Interferometric evidence for the observation of ground backscatter originating behind the CUTLASS coherent HF radars
S. E. Milan;T. B. Jones;T. R. Robinson;E. C. Thomas.
web science (1997)
CUTLASS Finland radar observations of the ionospheric signatures of flux transfer events and the resulting plasma flows
G. Provan;Tim K Yeoman;Stephen E. Milan.
Annales Geophysicae (1998)
Pi2 pulsation polarization patterns on the U.K. sub-auroral magnetometer network (SAMNET)
T.K. Yeoman;D.K. Milling;D. Orr.
Planetary and Space Science (1990)
Stereo CUTLASS - A new capability for the SuperDARN HF radars
M. Lester;P. J. Chapman;S. W. H. Cowley;S. J. Crooks.
Annales Geophysicae (2004)
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