Centre for Space, Atmospheric and Oceanic Science

Organization profile

Organisation profile

In the Centre for Space, Atmospheric & Oceanic Science (CSAOS) we research the effects of the natural environment on the propagation of the radio and acoustic waves used in communication, navigation and remote-sensing systems. We use these remote-sensing systems for scientific studies of the geophysical environment.

Our research is driven by the need to understand the response of the natural environment to climate variability and space weather. We also research the effects these phenomena have on critical modern technological systems, such as satellite navigation and timing systems (including GPS).

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gravity wave Earth & Environmental Sciences
GPS Earth & Environmental Sciences
acoustics Earth & Environmental Sciences
ionosphere Earth & Environmental Sciences
meteor Earth & Environmental Sciences
mesosphere Earth & Environmental Sciences
thermosphere Earth & Environmental Sciences
ionospherics Physics & Astronomy

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Projects 2010 2022

solar wind
magnetotails
planets
generators
Jupiter (planet)

Research Output 2005 2018

A generalised Brownian motion model of RF spectral dispersion due to phase noise

Siddiq, K., Watson, R. J. & Pennock, S. R., 5 Jan 2018, European Microwave Week 2017: "A Prime Year for a Prime Event", EuMW 2017 - Conference Proceedings; 14th European Microwave Conference, EURAD 2017. IEEE, p. 533-536 4 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Brownian movement
Phase noise
flicker
calculus
Autocorrelation

Ambient soundscape of grey whale feeding grounds in British Columbia, Canada

Wladichuk, J. L., Megill, WM. & Blondel, P., Jun 2018. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

File
whales
British Columbia
feeding ground
Canada
whale