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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Aerosol optical properties retrieved using Skyradiometer at Hanle in western Himalayas Verma, Neeharika
2010
138-139 1 p. 115-124
10 p.
artikel
2 Aerosol study during INDOEX: observation of enhanced aerosol activity over the Mid Arabian Sea during the northern winter Moorthy, K.Krishna
2000
138-139 1 p. 65-72
8 p.
artikel
3 Airglow intensity variations induced by gravity waves. Part 2: comparisons with observations Wang, D.Y
2001
138-139 1 p. 47-60
14 p.
artikel
4 Airglow intensity variations induced by gravity waves. Part 1: generalization of the Hines–Tarasick's theory Wang, D.Y.
2001
138-139 1 p. 35-46
12 p.
artikel
5 An empirical model of the OI FUV dayglow from DE-1 images Immel, T.J.
2000
138-139 1 p. 47-64
18 p.
artikel
6 A new hydrostatic mapping function for tropospheric delay estimation Saha, Korak
2010
138-139 1 p. 125-134
10 p.
artikel
7 A new ionospheric mechanism of electromagnetic ELF precursors to earthquakes Borisov, N
2001
138-139 1 p. 3-10
8 p.
artikel
8 A personal tribute to Michael Gadsden Taylor, Michael J.
2006
138-139 1 p. 5-8
4 p.
artikel
9 A quantitative estimate of the ducted whistler power within the outer plasmasphere Smith, A.J
2001
138-139 1 p. 61-74
14 p.
artikel
10 A quarter-century of satellite polar mesospheric cloud observations DeLand, Matthew T.
2006
138-139 1 p. 9-29
21 p.
artikel
11 A review of interplanetary discontinuities and their geomagnetic effects Tsurutani, B.T.
2011
138-139 1 p. 5-19
15 p.
artikel
12 A solar pattern in the longest temperature series from three stations in Europe Le Mouël, Jean-Louis
2010
138-139 1 p. 62-76
15 p.
artikel
13 A special oscillation of zoral mean temperatures of the middle atmosphere Ruiping, Ma
1998
138-139 1 p. 63-69
7 p.
artikel
14 A spectral model for simulation of tides in the middle atmosphere. I: Formulation Wood, Andrew R.
1997
138-139 1 p. 31-51
21 p.
artikel
15 A spectral model for simulation of tides in the middle atmosphere. III: Results for the semidiurnal tide Wood, Andrew R.
1997
138-139 1 p. 79-97
19 p.
artikel
16 A spectral model for simulation of tides in the middle atmosphere. II: Results for the diurnal tide Wood, Andrew R.
1997
138-139 1 p. 53-77
25 p.
artikel
17 Aspects of magnetopause/magnetosphere response to interplanetary discontinuities, and features of magnetopause Kelvin–Helmholtz waves Farrugia, C.J.
2011
138-139 1 p. 40-51
12 p.
artikel
18 A verification of UK gale forecasts by the ‘solar weather technique’: October 1995–September 1997 Wheeler, Dennis
2001
138-139 1 p. 29-34
6 p.
artikel
19 Balloon-borne measurements of the atmospheric emission near 94 GHz Mandolesi, N.
1998
138-139 1 p. 71-80
10 p.
artikel
20 Bounce-averaged diffusion coefficients for superluminous wave modes in the magnetosphere Xiao, Fuliang
2011
138-139 1 p. 88-94
7 p.
artikel
21 Charge and size distribution of mesospheric aerosol particles measured inside NLC and PMSE during MIDAS MaCWAVE 2002 Smiley, B.
2006
138-139 1 p. 114-123
10 p.
artikel
22 Comments on “Variation of cosmic ray flux and global cloud coverage — a missing link in solar–climate relationships” by Henrik Svensmark and Eigil Friis-Christensen [Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 59 (1997) 1225–1232] Jørgensen, Torben Stockflet
2000
138-139 1 p. 73-77
5 p.
artikel
23 Comparison of Na lidar and meteor radar wind measurements at Starfire Optical Range, NM, USA Liu, Alan Z
2002
138-139 1 p. 31-40
10 p.
artikel
24 Comparison of storm time equatorial ionospheric electrodynamics in the African and American sectors Yizengaw, E.
2011
138-139 1 p. 156-163
8 p.
artikel
25 Comparison of the measured and modeled electron densities and temperatures in the ionosphere and plasmasphere during 14–16 May 1991 Pavlov, A.V.
2004
138-139 1 p. 89-104
16 p.
artikel
26 Comparison of time delays of sprites induced by winter lightning flashes in the Japan Sea with those in the Pacific Ocean Matsudo, Y.
2009
138-139 1 p. 101-111
11 p.
artikel
27 Complementary criteria for identifying regions of intense atmospheric turbulence using lower VHF radar Hooper, D.A
1998
138-139 1 p. 49-61
13 p.
artikel
28 Conjugate observations of the mid-latitude electric field fluctuations with the MU radar and the Freja satellite Saito, A.
1998
138-139 1 p. 129-140
12 p.
artikel
29 Continental influence on the spatial distribution of particulate loading over the Indian Ocean during winter season Nair, Prabha R.
2004
138-139 1 p. 27-38
12 p.
artikel
30 Correlation of PMC relative brightness and altitudes observed by Odin/OSIRIS in the Northern Hemisphere in 2002–2003 Petelina, S.V.
2006
138-139 1 p. 56-64
9 p.
artikel
31 Decadal and inter-hemispheric variability in polar mesospheric clouds, water vapor, and temperature Hervig, Mark
2006
138-139 1 p. 30-41
12 p.
artikel
32 Description and distribution fitting of transformed sodar wind observations Pérez, Isidro A.
2008
138-139 1 p. 89-100
12 p.
artikel
33 Detection of a trend superposed on a serially correlated time series Krzyścin, Janusz W.
1997
138-139 1 p. 21-30
10 p.
artikel
34 Determining the velocity of the interference pattern by analyzing three mutually orthogonal projections of the radio signal field vector. Part I. numerical simulation Afraimovich, E.L.
1998
138-139 1 p. 115-120
6 p.
artikel
35 Diurnal variation of surface currents at a tropical station Kulkarni, M.N.
2010
138-139 1 p. 77-82
6 p.
artikel
36 Does the correlation between solar cycle lengths and Northern Hemisphere land temperatures rule out any significant global warming from greenhouse gases? Laut, Peter
1998
138-139 1 p. 1-3
3 p.
artikel
37 Editorial Killeen, Timothy L.
2000
138-139 1 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
38 Editorial Board 1998
138-139 1 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
39 Editorial Board 1997
138-139 1 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
40 Effects of the atmosphere on satellite-retrieved snowfield surface temperature Ren, Pu Bu Ci
1998
138-139 1 p. 5-15
11 p.
artikel
41 Effects of wave–particle interactions on the dynamic behavior of the generalized polar wind Barakat, A.R.
2001
138-139 1 p. 75-83
9 p.
artikel
42 Effects of wind-induced ionization layers on ionospheric electrodynamics Osterman, G.B.
1998
138-139 1 p. 107-113
7 p.
artikel
43 Electrodynamic coupling processes between the magnetosphere and the equatorial ionosphere during a 5-day HILDCAA event Koga, D.
2011
138-139 1 p. 148-155
8 p.
artikel
44 Electron density distribution at fixed heights N(h): Gaussian distribution test Oladipo, O.A.
2009
138-139 1 p. 1-10
10 p.
artikel
45 Electron density measurements in the topside F-region and its comparison with the IRI in the 75°E longitude sector Bhuyan, P.K
2002
138-139 1 p. 55-64
10 p.
artikel
46 Enhancement in ionospheric temperatures during thunderstorms Sharma, D.K.
2004
138-139 1 p. 51-56
6 p.
artikel
47 Erratum to “Solar forcing of the Northern hemisphere land air temperature: new data” Thejll, Peter
2002
138-139 1 p. 105-
1 p.
artikel
48 Evolution of seasonal temperature disturbances and solar forcing in the US North Pacific Courtillot, V.
2010
138-139 1 p. 83-89
7 p.
artikel
49 Excess facular emission from an isolated active region during solar minimum: the example of NOAA AR 7978 Ortiz, A.
2004
138-139 1 p. 67-75
9 p.
artikel
50 Further improvements to the inversion of elevation-scan backscatter sounding data Landeau, T.
1997
138-139 1 p. 125-138
14 p.
artikel
51 General-planetary character of three-dimensional planetary waves propagation in lower and upper Earth atmosphere Khantadze, A.G.
2009
138-139 1 p. 45-48
4 p.
artikel
52 Geoefficiency of solar wind discontinuities Andreeova, K.
2011
138-139 1 p. 112-122
11 p.
artikel
53 Geospace imaging using Thomson scattering Meier, R.R.
2009
138-139 1 p. 132-142
11 p.
artikel
54 Global distribution and climatological features of the 5–6-day planetary waves seen in the SABER/TIMED temperatures (2002–2007) Pancheva, D.
2010
138-139 1 p. 26-37
12 p.
artikel
55 Gravity wave activity and dynamical effects in the middle atmosphere (60–90km): observations from an MF/MLT radar network, and results from the Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model (CMAM) Manson, A.H
2002
138-139 1 p. 65-90
26 p.
artikel
56 Heterogeneous and liquid-phase processes; laboratory studies related to aerosols and clouds Rycroft, Michael J.
1998
138-139 1 p. 141-
1 p.
artikel
57 High-latitude methane sulphonic acid variability and solar activity: the role of the total solar irradiance Mendoza, Blanca
2009
138-139 1 p. 33-40
8 p.
artikel
58 High resolution spectrography of hydroxyl in the night airglow Elsworth, Yvonne
1997
138-139 1 p. 117-124
8 p.
artikel
59 Homogeneous nucleation of amorphous solid water particles in the upper mesosphere Murray, Benjamin J.
2010
138-139 1 p. 51-61
11 p.
artikel
60 IFC-Ed. board 2010
138-139 1 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
61 IFC-Ed. board 2011
138-139 1 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
62 Indications for a long-term temperature change in the polar summer middle atmosphere Blum, U.
2008
138-139 1 p. 123-137
15 p.
artikel
63 In-situ measurement of smoke particles in the wintertime polar mesosphere between 80 and 85km altitude Amyx, K.
2008
138-139 1 p. 61-70
10 p.
artikel
64 Intensive radiosonde observations of lower tropospheric inversion layers over Yichang, China Zhang, Ye Hui
2009
138-139 1 p. 180-190
11 p.
artikel
65 Intermittency analysis and spatial dependence of magnetic field disturbances in the fast solar wind Yang, Y.-H.
2010
138-139 1 p. 97-108
12 p.
artikel
66 International Geophysical Calendar 2002 (Final) 2002
138-139 1 p. 107-112
6 p.
artikel
67 International Geophysical Calendar 2004 (Final) 2004
138-139 1 p. 119-121
3 p.
artikel
68 Interplanetary drivers of ionospheric prompt penetration electric fields Guo, Jianpeng
2011
138-139 1 p. 130-136
7 p.
artikel
69 Introduction Mannucci, Anthony
2011
138-139 1 p. 147-
1 p.
artikel
70 Ionospheric fields excited by sources located in the Earth-ionosphere irregular waveguide Rybachek, S.T.
1997
138-139 1 p. 139-149
11 p.
artikel
71 Ionospheric generation mechanism of geomagnetic pulsations observed on the Earth's surface before earthquake Sorokin, V.M.
2003
138-139 1 p. 21-29
9 p.
artikel
72 Ionospheric response to the geomagnetic storm on 13–17 April 2006 in the West Pacific region Zhao, Biqiang
2009
138-139 1 p. 88-100
13 p.
artikel
73 Kalman filter-based algorithms for monitoring the ionosphere and plasmasphere with GPS in near-real time Anghel, Adela
2009
138-139 1 p. 158-174
17 p.
artikel
74 Kinetics of thermalization of fast nitrogen atoms beyond the hard sphere approximation Kharchenko, V
1997
138-139 1 p. 107-115
9 p.
artikel
75 Latitudinal variations of neutral wind structures in the lower thermosphere for the March equinox period Zhang, S.P.
2004
138-139 1 p. 105-117
13 p.
artikel
76 Lidar observations of sodium density depletions in the presence of polar mesospheric clouds Thayer, Jeffrey P.
2006
138-139 1 p. 85-92
8 p.
artikel
77 Long-range transport of aerosols from agriculture crop residue burning in Indo-Gangetic Plains—A study using LIDAR, ground measurements and satellite data Badarinath, K.V.S.
2009
138-139 1 p. 112-120
9 p.
artikel
78 Long-term tendencies in the MLT prevailing winds and tides over Antarctica as observed by radars at Molodezhnaya, Mawson and Davis Merzlyakov, E.G.
2009
138-139 1 p. 21-32
12 p.
artikel
79 Low-latitude gyrotropic waves in a finite thickness ionospheric conducting layer Sorokin, V.M.
2009
138-139 1 p. 175-179
5 p.
artikel
80 Magnetic fields and particle signatures in the vicinity of nightside geosynchronous altitudes in the first one-minute-interval of Pi 2 onset: a case study Saka, O.
2000
138-139 1 p. 17-30
14 p.
artikel
81 Magnetosphere-associated storms and the autonomous storms in the ionosphere–plasmasphere environment Gulyaeva, T.L.
2010
138-139 1 p. 90-96
7 p.
artikel
82 Magnetospheric—ionospheric effect on the ground-level atmospheric electric field at Helsinki Ptitsyna, N.
1997
138-139 1 p. 99-105
7 p.
artikel
83 Mesospheric bore formation from large-scale gravity wave perturbations observed by collocated all-sky OH imager and sodium lidar Yue, Jia
2010
138-139 1 p. 7-18
12 p.
artikel
84 MF radar observation of mean wind and tides of winter mesopause (80–98 km ) region over Wuhan (30°N, 114°E) Zhang, Shao Dong
2004
138-139 1 p. 15-25
11 p.
artikel
85 MHD analysis of propagation of an interplanetary shock across magnetospheric boundaries Němeček, Z.
2011
138-139 1 p. 20-29
10 p.
artikel
86 Modeling for precipitation loss of ring current protons by electromagnetic ion cyclotron waves Xiao, Fuliang
2011
138-139 1 p. 106-111
6 p.
artikel
87 Model results for the daytime ionospheric E and valley regions Titheridge, J.E.
2003
138-139 1 p. 129-137
9 p.
artikel
88 Modulation of gravity waves by planetary waves (2 and 16 d): observations with the North American-Pacific MLT-MFR radar network Manson, A.H
2003
138-139 1 p. 85-104
20 p.
artikel
89 Multi-resolution analysis of global surface air temperature and solar activity relationship Souza Echer, M.P.
2009
138-139 1 p. 41-44
4 p.
artikel
90 Nitric oxide densities and their diurnal asymmetry in the upper middle atmosphere as revealed by ionospheric measurements Laštovička, J.
2001
138-139 1 p. 21-28
8 p.
artikel
91 Numerical simulations of storm-time outer radiation belt dynamics by wave–particle interactions including cross diffusion Su, Zhenpeng
2011
138-139 1 p. 95-105
11 p.
artikel
92 Observation of 6.5-day waves in the MLT region over Wuhan Jiang, G.
2008
138-139 1 p. 41-48
8 p.
artikel
93 Odin/OSIRIS limb observations of polar mesospheric clouds in 2001–2003 Petelina, S.V.
2006
138-139 1 p. 42-55
14 p.
artikel
94 On magnetospheric response to solar wind discontinuities Zong, Q.-G.
2011
138-139 1 p. 1-4
4 p.
artikel
95 On the chirp-signal structure along the oblique-incidence ionospheric sounding path Afanasiev, N.T.
2001
138-139 1 p. 11-19
9 p.
artikel
96 On the modulation of intensity of Alfvén resonances before earthquakes: Observations and model Grimalsky, V.
2010
138-139 1 p. 1-6
6 p.
artikel
97 On the plausible linkage of thermospheric meridional winds with the equatorial spread F Devasia, C.V
2002
138-139 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
98 On the relationship between aspect sensitivity and spatial interferometric in-beam incidence angles Palmer, R.D.
1998
138-139 1 p. 37-48
12 p.
artikel
99 Ozone depletion in the upper stratosphere at the dawn terminator Sheldon, W.R.
1997
138-139 1 p. 1-7
7 p.
artikel
100 Parametric excitation of ion Bernstein waves by parallel-propagating langmuir waves in a collisional magnetoplasma Kuo, S.P.
1998
138-139 1 p. 121-128
8 p.
artikel
101 Phase relationships between tidal horizontal wind components observed in the mid-latitude winter upper mesosphere Liu, Renqiang
2008
138-139 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
102 Planetary wave activity obtained from long-period (2–18 days) variations of mesopause region winds over Central Europe (52 °N, 15 °E) Jacobi, Ch.
1998
138-139 1 p. 81-93
13 p.
artikel
103 Planetary wave coupling (5–6-day waves) in the low-latitude atmosphere–ionosphere system Pancheva, D.V.
2008
138-139 1 p. 101-122
22 p.
artikel
104 Planetary waves observed by TIMED/SABER in coupling the stratosphere–mesosphere–lower thermosphere during the winter of 2003/2004: Part 2—Altitude and latitude planetary wave structure Pancheva, D.
2009
138-139 1 p. 75-87
13 p.
artikel
105 Planetary waves observed by TIMED/SABER in coupling the stratosphere–mesosphere–lower thermosphere during the winter of 2003/2004: Part 1—Comparison with the UKMO temperature results Pancheva, D.
2009
138-139 1 p. 61-74
14 p.
artikel
106 PMSE and E-region plasma instability: In situ observations Strelnikov, B.
2009
138-139 1 p. 143-157
15 p.
artikel
107 Polar mesospheric clouds seen from geostationary orbit Gadsden, M.
2000
138-139 1 p. 31-36
6 p.
artikel
108 Polar stratospheric cloud microphysics and chemistry Lowe, Douglas
2008
138-139 1 p. 13-40
28 p.
artikel
109 Polar UVI and THEMIS GMAG observations of the ionospheric response to a hot flow anomaly Fillingim, M.O.
2011
138-139 1 p. 137-145
9 p.
artikel
110 Pre-earthquake ULF electromagnetic perturbations as a result of inductive seismomagnetic phenomena during microfracturing Surkov, V.V.
2003
138-139 1 p. 31-46
16 p.
artikel
111 Propagation of inclined interplanetary shock through the magnetosheath Samsonov, A.A.
2011
138-139 1 p. 30-39
10 p.
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112 Publishers note 2001
138-139 1 p. 1-
1 p.
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113 Publisher's note 1998
138-139 1 p. iii-
1 p.
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114 Quiet-time variations of F2-layer parameters at Jicamarca and comparison with IRI-2001 during solar minimum Lee, C.C.
2008
138-139 1 p. 184-192
9 p.
artikel
115 Rain attenuation studies over an earth–space path at a tropical location Chakravarty, Kaustav
2010
138-139 1 p. 135-138
4 p.
artikel
116 Rayleigh lidar temperature measurements in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere Chen, W.N.
2004
138-139 1 p. 39-49
11 p.
artikel
117 Regional millennial trend in the cosmic ray induced ionization of the troposphere Usoskin, I.G.
2010
138-139 1 p. 19-25
7 p.
artikel
118 Relative density variations at 120 km derived from tidal wind observations made by the UARS/WINDII instrument Bruinsma, Sean
2002
138-139 1 p. 13-20
8 p.
artikel
119 Reply to comments on “Variation of cosmic ray flux and global cloud coverage — a missing link in solar–climate relationships Svensmark, Henrik
2000
138-139 1 p. 79-80
2 p.
artikel
120 Responses of the ionospheric electric field to the sheath region of ICME: A case study Wei, Y.
2011
138-139 1 p. 123-129
7 p.
artikel
121 Seasonal and diurnal variation of electron and iron concentrations at the meteor heights above Arecibo Zhou, Qihou
2008
138-139 1 p. 49-60
12 p.
artikel
122 Seasonal and long term variations of aerosol content in the atmospheric mixing region at a tropical station on the Arabian sea-coast Parameswaran, K.
1998
138-139 1 p. 17-25
9 p.
artikel
123 Seasonal–latitudinal variations of PMC particle size from SME measurements for the northern 1983 season and SNOE measurements for the northern 2000 and southern 2000/2001 seasons Rusch, David W.
2008
138-139 1 p. 71-88
18 p.
artikel
124 Signatures of thunderstorms in the variations of the secondary cosmic rays registered in Mexico City Alvarez-Castillo, J.
2010
138-139 1 p. 38-50
13 p.
artikel
125 Significant upper thermospheric contribution to the O (1 S)557.7 nm dayglow emission: first ground based evidence Taori, Alok
2003
138-139 1 p. 121-128
8 p.
artikel
126 Simultaneous observation of sodium atoms, NLC and PMSE in the summer mesopause region above ALOMAR, Norway (69°N, 12°E) She, C.Y.
2006
138-139 1 p. 93-101
9 p.
artikel
127 Sky luminance distribution in Central Europe and the Mediterranean area during the winter period Bartzokas, A.
2003
138-139 1 p. 113-119
7 p.
artikel
128 Solar cycle variations of outer radiation belt and its relationship to solar wind structure dependences Miyoshi, Y.
2011
138-139 1 p. 77-87
11 p.
artikel
129 Solar flare induced ionospheric D-region enhancements from VLF phase and amplitude observations McRae, Wayne M.
2004
138-139 1 p. 77-87
11 p.
artikel
130 Solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays during the last five solar cycles Singh, M.
2008
138-139 1 p. 169-183
15 p.
artikel
131 SPEAR-induced field-aligned irregularities observed from bi-static HF radio scattering in the polar ionosphere Blagoveshchenskaya, N.F.
2009
138-139 1 p. 11-20
10 p.
artikel
132 Special issue on phenomena of the summertime mesosphere Thayer, Jeffrey P.
2006
138-139 1 p. 1-4
4 p.
artikel
133 Spectral analysis of plasma drift measurements from the AE-E satellite: evidence of an inertial subrange in equatorial spread F Shume, E.B.
2004
138-139 1 p. 57-65
9 p.
artikel
134 Spectral measurements of PMCs from SBUV/2 instruments DeLand, Matthew T.
2006
138-139 1 p. 65-77
13 p.
artikel
135 Statistical properties of global geomagnetic indexes as a potential forecasting tool for strong perturbations Dias, Vitor H.A.
2010
138-139 1 p. 109-114
6 p.
artikel
136 Statistics of sporadic iron layers and relation to atmospheric dynamics Diettrich, Jan C.
2006
138-139 1 p. 102-113
12 p.
artikel
137 Subtropical tropopause break as a possible stratospheric source of ozone in the tropical troposphere Baray, J.L.
1998
138-139 1 p. 27-36
10 p.
artikel
138 Sudden impulses at geosynchronous orbit and at ground Villante, U.
2011
138-139 1 p. 61-76
16 p.
artikel
139 Sun–Earth geometry, geomagnetic activity, and planetary F2 layer ion density Chaman-Lal,
2000
138-139 1 p. 3-16
14 p.
artikel
140 Temperature trends in the middle atmosphere as seen by historical Russian rocket launches: Part 2, Heiss Island (80.6°N, 58°E) Kubicki, Agnès
2008
138-139 1 p. 145-155
11 p.
artikel
141 Temperature variations at Lake Qinghai on decadal scales and the possible relation to solar activities Xu, Hai
2008
138-139 1 p. 138-144
7 p.
artikel
142 The changing polar cap—Interball-2 and ground observations Zhang, Y.
2002
138-139 1 p. 21-30
10 p.
artikel
143 The effect of Forbush decreases on tropospheric parameters over South Pole Lam, M.M
2002
138-139 1 p. 41-45
5 p.
artikel
144 The features and a possible mechanism of semiannual variation in the peak electron density of the low latitude F2 layer Ma, Ruiping
2003
138-139 1 p. 47-57
11 p.
artikel
145 The importance of ice particle shape on UV measurements of polar mesospheric clouds: SBUV/2 observations Baumgarten, Gerd
2006
138-139 1 p. 78-84
7 p.
artikel
146 The loss of photochemical heating caused by gravity waves in the mesopause region Xu, Jiyao
2000
138-139 1 p. 37-45
9 p.
artikel
147 The main ionospheric trough in the East Asian region: Observation and modeling Pirog, O.M.
2009
138-139 1 p. 49-60
12 p.
artikel
148 The properties of two solar wind high speed streams and related geomagnetic activity during the declining phase of solar cycle 23 Tsurutani, Bruce T.
2011
138-139 1 p. 164-177
14 p.
artikel
149 The response of the polar cusp to a high-speed solar wind stream studied by a multispacecraft wavelet analysis Korth, A.
2011
138-139 1 p. 52-60
9 p.
artikel
150 Thermalization of fast nitrogen atoms in elastic and inelastic collisions with molecules of atmospheric gases Kharchenko, V.
1998
138-139 1 p. 95-106
12 p.
artikel
151 The semiannual variation of geomagnetic activity: phases and profiles for 130 years of aa data Cliver, E.W
2002
138-139 1 p. 47-53
7 p.
artikel
152 The solar-cycle-dependent response of the thermosphere to geomagnetic storms Burns, A.G.
2004
138-139 1 p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
153 The upper atmosphere, data analysis and interpretation Rycroft, Michael J.
1998
138-139 1 p. 141-
1 p.
artikel
154 Three-dimensional lightning observations of cloud-to-ground flashes using broadband interferometers Mardiana, R
2002
138-139 1 p. 91-103
13 p.
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155 Total ozone and the 11-yr sunspot cycle Labitzke, K.
1997
138-139 1 p. 9-19
11 p.
artikel
156 Uniwavelength lidar sensitivity to spherical aerosol microphysical properties for the interpretation of Lagrangian stratospheric observations Jumelet, Julien
2009
138-139 1 p. 121-131
11 p.
artikel
157 Using full-flash narrowband energy for ranging of lightning ground strokes Mäkelä, J.S.
2008
138-139 1 p. 156-168
13 p.
artikel
158 Variability of sunlike stars Radick, Richard R.
2003
138-139 1 p. 105-112
8 p.
artikel
159 Variability of the semidiurnal tide due to fluctuations in solar activity and total ozone Pancheva, D.
2003
138-139 1 p. 1-19
19 p.
artikel
160 Vertical structure of mesospheric echoes from the Indian MST radar Kamala, S.
2003
138-139 1 p. 71-83
13 p.
artikel
161 Wave structures in the electron density profile in the ionospheric D- and E-layers observed by radio holography analysis of the GPS/MET radio occultation data Pavelyev, A.
2003
138-139 1 p. 59-70
12 p.
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