Assimilative Mapping of Ionospheric Electrodynamics (AMIE)
The AMIE procedure is an optimally constrained, weighted least-squares fit of electric potential distribution to diverse types of atmospheric observations. Knowledge of these distributions is important in many areas of magnetospheric, ionospheric, and thermospheric physics.
Applications of the AMIE procedure have shown the value of describing rapidly changing convection patterns. These data can be of great use in evaluating the spatio-temporal variations of electrodynamic fields needed for simulation models.
Applications of the AMIE procedure:
NOTE: These are older pages and may contain broken links. If you need plots or information relating to these pages, please contact the model manager
- March 20-21, 1990
- November, 1993 (Preliminary)
- May 26-29, 1996
- April 8-10, 1997 (UARC Campaign)
- October 21-23, 1997 (UARC Campaign)
- April 27 - 29, 1998 (UARC Campaign)
Other AMIE Links:
- IDL Widget Application (Interactively Display AMIE Plots)