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This is the homepage of Dr. J.E. Hetrick:


Teaching this semester:

for ref: Scientific Computing Tutorial (PHYS 27),., Text (HTML) Text (PDF)



My life as a

Physicist
Musician

 


VLF Radio Waves/Whistlers

JHetrickVLF.mp3 Very Low Frequency magnetospheric radio waves (Whistlers) which I recorded while "wintering over" at the South Pole Station in Antarctica.

As heard on NPR's All Things Considered  SoundClip series on Sept. 10, 2007.

More on Whislers and VLF waves is below:

The 1982/83 South Pole Winter Over crew




"Even logic must give way to physics"..........Spock of Vulcan


Mailing address:

James Hetrick
Physics Dept.
University of the Pacific
Stockton, CA 95211  USA

Phone: +1 209 946 3128


J. E. Hetrick