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Fig. 2


GIMs representing the VTEC across the globe for April 11th, 2011 (the date of the first LOFAR observing campaign, see Sect. 5) obtained courtesy of CODE. The maps range from minimum (blue) to maximum (red) VTEC values of 0.0−87.2 TECU (1 TECU = 1016 electrons/m2). The triangles indicate the location of the LOFAR core stations in the Netherlands, the squares mark the SKA core sites in South Africa and Western Australia, and the circles indicate the site of the GMRT.

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