Edward Fremouw, PhDEdward Fremouw, PhD
Research interests: Near-Earth Space Science: ionospheric physics (satellite experiments & radiowave tomographic imaging) and radio propagation (scintillation observations & modeling).
News & Events
NWRA Welcomes Ian Mansfield, Summer Student Intern, Boulder office | May 2023 | More ⇒
NWRA Welcomes Milena Corcos, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Boulder Office | May 2023 | More ⇒
NWRA Welcomes back Matt Pruis, Senior Research Scientist, Seattle office | May 2023 | More ⇒
Visitor: NWRA welcomes Dr. Rachel Atlas, Postdoctoral Researcher, LMD/L-Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, to the Boulder Office | May 2023 | More ⇒
“Traveling ionospheric disturbances induced by the secondary gravity waves from the Tonga eruption on 15 January 2022: Modeling with MESORAC-HIAMCM-SAMI3 and comparison with GPS/TEC and ionosonde data” | May 2023 | More ⇒
“Properties of Flare-Imminent versus Flare-Quiet Active Regions from the Chromosphere through the Corona II: NonParametric Discriminant Analysis Results from the NWRA Classification Infrastructure (NCI)” | April 2023 | More ⇒
“Properties of Flare-Imminent versus Flare-Quiet Active Regions from the Chromosphere through the Corona I: Introduction of the AIA Active Region Patches (AARPs)” | April 2023 | More ⇒
“Primary and secondary gravity waves and large-scale wind changes generated by the Tonga volcanic eruption on 15 January 2022: Modeling and comparison with ICON-MIGHTI winds” | March 2023 | More ⇒
“M2-SCREAM: A stratospheric composition reanalysis of Aura MLS data with MERRA-2 transport” | March 2023 | More ⇒
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