Publication detail

Methods for the Sensing of Ionosphere Changes

HANZELKA, M. FIALA, P. FRIEDL, M.

Original Title

Methods for the Sensing of Ionosphere Changes

English Title

Methods for the Sensing of Ionosphere Changes

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The impact of the environment upon living organisms constitutes a crucial problem examined by today's science. In this context, research institutes worldwide have analyzed diverse positive and negative factors affecting the biological system of the human body. One such factor consists in the influence of the surrounding electromagnetic field. This paper presents the results of investigation focused on ionosphere parameter changes and their effect on the basic function of the nervous system. It is a well-known fact that the frequency of the so-called alpha waves of brain activity ranges within 6-8 Hz. Changes in the electromagnetic and chemical composition of the Earth's surface may cause variation of signals in the above-defined frequency region of 6-8 Hz. Detailed examination of the overall impact of environmental factors upon the human organism is performed within a large number of medicinal disciplines. The research presented in this paper is concentrated on the sensing and detection of changes in the region of very low frequencies of the electromagnetic field; the authors apply both theoretical and experimental procedures to define the effects influencing brain activity.

English abstract

The impact of the environment upon living organisms constitutes a crucial problem examined by today's science. In this context, research institutes worldwide have analyzed diverse positive and negative factors affecting the biological system of the human body. One such factor consists in the influence of the surrounding electromagnetic field. This paper presents the results of investigation focused on ionosphere parameter changes and their effect on the basic function of the nervous system. It is a well-known fact that the frequency of the so-called alpha waves of brain activity ranges within 6-8 Hz. Changes in the electromagnetic and chemical composition of the Earth's surface may cause variation of signals in the above-defined frequency region of 6-8 Hz. Detailed examination of the overall impact of environmental factors upon the human organism is performed within a large number of medicinal disciplines. The research presented in this paper is concentrated on the sensing and detection of changes in the region of very low frequencies of the electromagnetic field; the authors apply both theoretical and experimental procedures to define the effects influencing brain activity.

Keywords

Geomagnetic effects, ionosphere changes.

RIV year

2013

Released

15.08.2013

Publisher

The Electromagnetic Academy

Location

Cambridge, MA 02138

ISBN

978-1-934142-26-4

Book

PIERS 2013 Stockholm Proceedings

Pages from

1675

Pages to

1680

Pages count

6

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101875,
  author="Michael {Hanzelka} and Pavel {Fiala} and Martin {Friedl}",
  title="Methods for the Sensing of Ionosphere Changes",
  annote="The impact of the environment upon living organisms constitutes a crucial problem examined by today's science. In this context, research institutes worldwide have analyzed diverse positive and negative factors affecting the biological system of the human body. One such factor consists in the influence of the surrounding electromagnetic field. This paper presents the results of investigation focused on ionosphere parameter changes and their effect on the basic function of the nervous system. It is a well-known fact that the frequency of the so-called alpha waves of brain activity ranges within 6-8 Hz. Changes in the electromagnetic and chemical composition of the Earth's surface may cause variation of signals in the above-defined frequency region of 6-8 Hz.
Detailed examination of the overall impact of environmental factors upon the human organism is performed within a large number of medicinal disciplines. The research presented in this paper is concentrated on the sensing and detection of changes in the region of very low frequencies of the electromagnetic field; the authors apply both theoretical and experimental procedures to define the effects influencing brain activity.",
  address="The Electromagnetic Academy",
  booktitle="PIERS 2013 Stockholm Proceedings",
  chapter="101875",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The Electromagnetic Academy",
  year="2013",
  month="august",
  pages="1675--1680",
  publisher="The Electromagnetic Academy",
  type="conference paper"
}