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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A climatological study of nocturnal equatorial F-region irregularities at the west Pacific longitudes by using phase fluctuations of the global positioning system Chu, F.D.
2009
138-139 13 p. 1441-1449
9 p.
artikel
2 A comparative study of in-situ and remote intermediate layer measurements against wind model predictions of vertical ion drift Earle, G.D.
1998
138-139 13 p. 1313-1330
18 p.
artikel
3 A coupled map as a model of the dynamics of the magnetotail current sheet Takalo, J.
2001
138-139 13 p. 1407-1414
8 p.
artikel
4 Acoustic-gravity waves in the Earth's ionosphere Kaladze, T.D.
2008
138-139 13 p. 1607-1616
10 p.
artikel
5 Adaptive filtering for the separation of incoherent scatter and meteor signals for Arecibo observation data Wen, C.-H.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1190-1195
6 p.
artikel
6 Aerosol climatology over an urban site, Tirupati (India) derived from columnar and surface measurements: First time results obtained from a 30-day campaign Reddy, B. Suresh Kumar
2011
138-139 13 p. 1727-1738
12 p.
artikel
7 A generation model of small-scale geomagnetic field-aligned plasma inhomogeneities in the ionosphere Sorokin, V.M
1998
138-139 13 p. 1331-1342
12 p.
artikel
8 Altitude variation of aerosol properties over the Himalayan range inferred from spatial measurements Dumka, U.C.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1747-1761
15 p.
artikel
9 A model of the long period Galactic Cosmic Ray variations Siluszyk, M.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1923-1929
7 p.
artikel
10 An inspection of the long-term behaviour of the range of the daily geomagnetic field variation from comprehensive modelling Torta, J. Miquel
2009
138-139 13 p. 1497-1510
14 p.
artikel
11 An investigation of short-term solar wind modulation of atmospheric electricity at Mauna Loa Observatory Engfer, Daniel W
1999
138-139 13 p. 943-953
11 p.
artikel
12 A note on comments on papers published in Journal of Atmospheric and Solar–Terrestrial Physics and our responses Le Mouël, J.L.
2011
138-139 13 p. 2042-
1 p.
artikel
13 A report on long-term trends and variabilities in middle atmospheric temperature over Gadanki (13.5°N, 79.2°E) Sridharan, S.
2009
138-139 13 p. 1463-1470
8 p.
artikel
14 A review of imaging low-latitude ionospheric irregularity processes Makela, Jonathan J.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1441-1458
18 p.
artikel
15 A revised forest-fire cellular automaton for the nonlinear dynamics of the Earth's magnetotail Consolini, Giuseppe
2001
138-139 13 p. 1371-1377
7 p.
artikel
16 A search for the springtime transition of lower thermospheric atomic oxygen using long-term midlatitude airglow data Shiokawa, K
2000
138-139 13 p. 1215-1219
5 p.
artikel
17 Asymmetry in the electric and magnetic field polarization of geomagnetic pulsations Nenovski, P.
1999
138-139 13 p. 1007-1015
9 p.
artikel
18 Attempts to create ball lightning with triggered lightning Hill, Jonathan D.
2010
138-139 13 p. 913-925
13 p.
artikel
19 A two-step ring current decay time model during the passive recovery phase of magnetic storms Monreal MacMahon, R.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1831-1839
9 p.
artikel
20 A 14-year monthly climatology and trend in the 35–65km altitude range from Rayleigh Lidar temperature measurements at a low latitude station Batista, Paulo P.
2009
138-139 13 p. 1456-1462
7 p.
artikel
21 Characteristics of SBAS grid sizes around the northern crest of the equatorial ionization anomaly Paul, A.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1715-1722
8 p.
artikel
22 Clarifications about the concept and review process of Climate of the Past Wolff, Eric
2011
138-139 13 p. 2043-
1 p.
artikel
23 Climatology of the semidiurnal tide at 52–56°N from ground-based radar wind measurements 1985–1995 Jacobi, Ch.
1999
138-139 13 p. 975-991
17 p.
artikel
24 Cloud microphysical properties as revealed by the CAIPEEX and satellite observations and evaluation of a cloud system resolving model simulation of contrasting large scale environments Chakravarty, Kaustav
2011
138-139 13 p. 1790-1797
8 p.
artikel
25 Combined solar and QBO effects on the modes of low-frequency atmospheric variability in the Northern Hemisphere Huth, Radan
2009
138-139 13 p. 1471-1483
13 p.
artikel
26 Comment on the paper “Total solar eclipse of July 22, 2009: Its impact on the total electron content and ionospheric electron density in the Indian zone” by Sharma et al. Le, Huijun
2011
138-139 13 p. 2034-2038
5 p.
artikel
27 Comparison between bottomside ionospheric profile parameters retrieved from FORMOSAT3 measurements and ground-based observations collected at Jicamarca Chuo, Yu-Jung
2011
138-139 13 p. 1665-1673
9 p.
artikel
28 Consequences of recent Southern Hemisphere winter variability on polar mesospheric clouds Siskind, David E.
2011
138-139 13 p. 2013-2021
9 p.
artikel
29 Contributions of imaging Echelle spectrographs to daytime optical aeronomy Pallamraju, D.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1459-1471
13 p.
artikel
30 Corrigendum to: Fluctuations in some climate parameters [Journal of Atmospheric and Solar–Terrestrial Physics 73 (7–8) (2011) 805–809] Erlykin, Anatoly
2011
138-139 13 p. 2044-
1 p.
artikel
31 Cosmic ray effects on cloud cover and their relevance to climate change Erlykin, A.D.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1681-1686
6 p.
artikel
32 Cosmogenic 7Be in air: A complex mixture of production and transport Leppänen, A.-P.
2010
138-139 13 p. 1036-1043
8 p.
artikel
33 Critical frequency foF2 as an indicator of trends in thermospheric dynamics Danilov, A.D.
2009
138-139 13 p. 1430-1440
11 p.
artikel
34 Current developments at Arecibo for research in the atmospheric sciences at low latitudes Tepley, Craig A.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1679-1686
8 p.
artikel
35 Day to day variability of h′F and foF2 during some solar cycle epochs Somoye, E.O.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1915-1922
8 p.
artikel
36 Dependence of GCRs influx on the solar North–South asymmetry Cho, Il-Hyun
2011
138-139 13 p. 1723-1726
4 p.
artikel
37 Detection of an equatorial spread-F bubble by ground-based photometers and the San Marco 5 satellite Jahn, J.-M.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1601-1609
9 p.
artikel
38 Diurnal variations of the total electron content under quiet helio-geomagnetic conditions Perevalova, N.P.
2010
138-139 13 p. 997-1007
11 p.
artikel
39 Dynamics of the low-latitude thermosphere: Quiet and disturbed conditions Fuller-Rowell, T.J.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1533-1540
8 p.
artikel
40 Effect of January 15, 2010 annular solar eclipse on meteorological parameters over Goa, India Muraleedharan, P.M.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1988-1998
11 p.
artikel
41 Effects of 6 January 1997 space weather related processes in the low latitude thermosphere–ionosphere system Sridharan, R
1999
138-139 13 p. 1001-1005
5 p.
artikel
42 Electrical characteristics of thunderstorms in the Eastern part of India Gopalakrishnan, V.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1876-1882
7 p.
artikel
43 Electric field diagnostics of the dynamics of equatorial density depletions Laakso, H.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1625-1631
7 p.
artikel
44 ELF transients associated with sprites and elves in eastern Mediterranean winter thunderstorms Greenberg, Eran
2007
138-139 13 p. 1569-1586
18 p.
artikel
45 Empirical evidence for a celestial origin of the climate oscillations and its implications Scafetta, Nicola
2010
138-139 13 p. 951-970
20 p.
artikel
46 Empirical Mode Decomposition applied to solar irradiance, global temperature, sunspot number, and CO2 concentration data Barnhart, B.L.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1771-1779
9 p.
artikel
47 Evaluation of processes that affect the photochemical timescale of the sodium layer Xu, Jiyao
2005
138-139 13 p. 1216-1225
10 p.
artikel
48 Evidence of solar signals in tree rings of Smith fir from Sygera Mountain in southeast Tibet Wang, Xiaochun
2011
138-139 13 p. 1959-1966
8 p.
artikel
49 Excitation of magnetohydrodynamic cavities in the magnetosphere Walker, A.d.m.
1998
138-139 13 p. 1279-1293
15 p.
artikel
50 Experimental determination of cloud influence on the spectral UV irradiance and implications for biological effects Mateos, David
2011
138-139 13 p. 1739-1746
8 p.
artikel
51 Extended main phase of some sudden commencement great geomagnetic storms with double SSCs Srivastava, B.J
1999
138-139 13 p. 993-1000
8 p.
artikel
52 Focusing of HF radio-waves by ionospheric ducts Milikh, G.M.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1674-1680
7 p.
artikel
53 Forced and/or Self-Organized Criticality (FSOC) in Space Plasmas Chang, Tom
2001
138-139 13 p. 1359-
1 p.
artikel
54 Further study of the dynamics of two-dimensional MHD coherent structures — a large-scale simulation Wu, C.C.
2001
138-139 13 p. 1447-1453
7 p.
artikel
55 Generation of internal gravity vortices in the high-latitude ionosphere Chmyrev, V.M.
2010
138-139 13 p. 992-996
5 p.
artikel
56 Geocoronal hydrogen studies using Fabry–Perot interferometers, part 1: Instrumentation, observations, and analysis Mierkiewicz, E.J.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1520-1552
33 p.
artikel
57 Geocoronal hydrogen studies using Fabry–Perot interferometers, part 2: Long-term observations Nossal, S.M.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1553-1575
23 p.
artikel
58 Geoelectricity: atmospheric charging and thunderstorms Kundt, Wolfgang
1999
138-139 13 p. 955-963
9 p.
artikel
59 Geomagnetic storm effects in the ionospheric E- and F-regions Gordienko, G.I.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1818-1830
13 p.
artikel
60 Geomagnetic substorms as perturbed self-organized critical dynamics of the magnetosphere Uritsky, Vadim
2001
138-139 13 p. 1415-1424
10 p.
artikel
61 Global electron density distribution in the plasmasphere deduced from Akebono wave data and the IRI model Kimura, I.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1569-1586
18 p.
artikel
62 Global empirical modelling of the total electron content of the ionosphere for satellite radio navigation systems Ivanov, V.B.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1703-1707
5 p.
artikel
63 Global (50°S–50°N) distribution of water vapor observed by COSMIC GPS RO: Comparison with GPS radiosonde, NCEP, ERA-Interim, and JRA-25 reanalysis data sets Kishore, P.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1849-1860
12 p.
artikel
64 High-latitude ionospheric convection patterns dependent on the variable imf orientation Belenkaya, E.s.
1998
138-139 13 p. 1343-1354
12 p.
artikel
65 Identifying CIE standard skies using vertical sky component Li, Danny H.W.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1861-1867
7 p.
artikel
66 IFC-Ed. board 2010
138-139 13 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
67 IFC-Ed. board 2011
138-139 13 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
68 IFC-Ed. board 2009
138-139 13 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
69 IFC-Ed. board + Scope and Purpose 2005
138-139 13 p. CO2-
1 p.
artikel
70 Imaging science contributions to equatorial aeronomy: Initial results from the MISETA program Mendillo, Michael
1997
138-139 13 p. 1587-1599
13 p.
artikel
71 Infrasonic waves in the ionosphere generated by a weak earthquake Krasnov, V.M.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1930-1939
10 p.
artikel
72 Ionospheric peak height behavior for low, middle and high latitudes: A potential empirical model for quiet conditions—Comparison with the IRI-2007 model Magdaleno, S.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1810-1817
8 p.
artikel
73 Ionospheric variations observed by the DEMETER satellite in the mid-latitude region during strong earthquakes Sarkar, S.
2007
138-139 13 p. 1524-1540
17 p.
artikel
74 Large-scale traveling atmospheric disturbances (LSTADs) in the thermosphere inferred from CHAMP, GRACE, and SETA accelerometer data Bruinsma, Sean L.
2010
138-139 13 p. 1057-1066
10 p.
artikel
75 Latitudinal dependence of the seasonal variation of particulate extinction in the UTLS over the Indian longitude sector during volcanically quiescent period based on lidar and SAGE-II observations Parameswaran, K.
2010
138-139 13 p. 1024-1035
12 p.
artikel
76 Longitudinal variation in E- and F-region ionospheric trends Jarvis, M.J.
2009
138-139 13 p. 1415-1429
15 p.
artikel
77 Long-term and solar cycle changes in the atmospheric sodium layer Clemesha, B.R.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1673-1678
6 p.
artikel
78 Long term behaviour of the MLT quasi-7-day wave at two radar-sites at northern polar latitudes Hocking, Wayne K.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1616-1628
13 p.
artikel
79 Long-term changes and solar impacts in the atmosphere–ionosphere system Beig, Gufran
2009
138-139 13 p. 1413-1414
2 p.
artikel
80 Long-term variations of zonal mean winds and (1,1) driving in the equatorial lower thermosphere Lieberman, Ruth S.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1483-1490
8 p.
artikel
81 Major phenomena of the equatorial ionosphere-thermosphere system under disturbed conditions Abdu, M.A.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1505-1519
15 p.
artikel
82 Measuring meridional mesospheric winds with the AMOR meteor radar Marsh, S.H.
2000
138-139 13 p. 1129-1133
5 p.
artikel
83 MF radar observations of mean winds over Yamagawa (31.2°N, 130.6°E) and Wakkanai (45.4°N, 141.7°E) Namboothiri, S.P
2000
138-139 13 p. 1177-1187
11 p.
artikel
84 Micrometeoroid flight in the upper atmosphere: Electron emission and charging Mendis, D.A.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1178-1189
12 p.
artikel
85 Mid-latitude thermospheric plasma physics and electrodynamics: A review Kelley, Michael C.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1643-1654
12 p.
artikel
86 Modeling of the turbulent plasma sheet during quiet geomagnetic conditions Stepanova, M.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1636-1642
7 p.
artikel
87 Modeling of thundercloud VHF/UHF radiation on the lightning preliminary breakdown stage Hayakawa, M.
2008
138-139 13 p. 1660-1668
9 p.
artikel
88 Modeling the meteor head echo using Arecibo radar observations Dyrud, Lars
2008
138-139 13 p. 1621-1632
12 p.
artikel
89 Modeling the responses of the middle latitude ionosphere to solar flares Le, Huijun
2007
138-139 13 p. 1587-1598
12 p.
artikel
90 Modelled effect of changes in the CO2 concentration on the middle and upper atmosphere: Sensitivity to gravity wave parameterization Cnossen, Ingrid
2009
138-139 13 p. 1484-1496
13 p.
artikel
91 Modelling high-power large-aperture radar meteor trails Dyrud, Lars P.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1171-1177
7 p.
artikel
92 Modulation of Cyclone tracks in the Bay of Bengal by QBO Fadnavis, S.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1868-1875
8 p.
artikel
93 Morphology of nighttime ion, potassium and sodium layers in the meteor zone above Arecibo Zhou, Qihou
2005
138-139 13 p. 1245-1257
13 p.
artikel
94 Motion of echo structures observed with volume imaging atmospheric radar Worthington, R.M.
2008
138-139 13 p. 1651-1659
9 p.
artikel
95 MST radar observation of inertia-gravity waves generated from tropical cyclones Niranjan Kumar, K.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1890-1906
17 p.
artikel
96 Multifractal and intermittent nature of substorm-associated magnetic turbulence in the magnetotail Lui, A.T.Y.
2001
138-139 13 p. 1379-1385
7 p.
artikel
97 Multi-instrumental observation of weak magnetic storms occurred during the period, 18–21 March 2002 Unnikrishnan, K.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1653-1664
12 p.
artikel
98 Observation of highly rotationally excited NO+ emissions in the thermosphere Smith, D.R.
2000
138-139 13 p. 1189-1198
10 p.
artikel
99 Observed diurnal and seasonal behavior of the micrometeor flux using the Arecibo and Jicamarca radars Janches, D.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1196-1210
15 p.
artikel
100 On full-wave solution for VLF waves in the near-Earth space Kuzichev, I.V.
2010
138-139 13 p. 1044-1056
13 p.
artikel
101 On simulation of the atmospheric acoustic channel for some nuclear tests in former soviet test site Semipalatinsk Sorokin, A.G.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1629-1635
7 p.
artikel
102 On the correlation between ionospheric perturbations as detected by subionospheric VLF/LF signals and earthquakes as characterized by seismic intensity Hayakawa, M.
2010
138-139 13 p. 982-987
6 p.
artikel
103 On the spatiotemporal evolution of the ionospheric backscatter during magnetically disturbed periods as observed by the TIGER Bruny Island HF radar Kumar, V.V.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1940-1952
13 p.
artikel
104 O + transport across the polar cap Elliott, H.A.
2007
138-139 13 p. 1541-1555
15 p.
artikel
105 Plasma drifts inferred from thermospheric neutral parameters during geomagnetic storms at 23°S Fagundes, P.R.
1998
138-139 13 p. 1303-1311
9 p.
artikel
106 Polar cap Sporadic-E: part 2, modeling MacDougall, J.W.
2000
138-139 13 p. 1169-1176
8 p.
artikel
107 Polar cap Sporadic-E: Part 1, Observations MacDougall, J.W.
2000
138-139 13 p. 1155-1167
13 p.
artikel
108 Possible traces of solar activity effect on the surface air temperature of Turkey Kilcik, A.
2008
138-139 13 p. 1669-1677
9 p.
artikel
109 Post-sunset wintertime 630.0 nm airglow perturbations associated with gravity waves at low latitudes in the South American sector Sobral, J.H.A.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1611-1623
13 p.
artikel
110 Preface Fukao, Shoichiro
1997
138-139 13 p. 1463-1464
2 p.
artikel
111 Preface: Special issue on ground-based passive optics aeronomy reviews Meriwether, J.W.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1425-
1 p.
artikel
112 Preliminary results from joint measurements of E-region field-aligned irregularities using the MU radar and the frequency-agile radar Yamamoto, Mamoru
1997
138-139 13 p. 1655-1663
9 p.
artikel
113 Properties of QBO and SAO generated by gravity waves Mayr, H.G
2000
138-139 13 p. 1135-1154
20 p.
artikel
114 Proton aurora observed from the ground Galand, Marina
2006
138-139 13 p. 1488-1501
14 p.
artikel
115 Quantifying and specifying the solar influence on terrestrial surface temperature de Jager, C.
2010
138-139 13 p. 926-937
12 p.
artikel
116 Quantitative intensity and location measurements of an intense long-duration luminous object near Marfa, Texas Stephan, Karl D.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1953-1958
6 p.
artikel
117 Radar observations of 2.8 m equatorial spread-F irregularities Patra, A.K.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1633-1641
9 p.
artikel
118 Rain height statistics for satellite communication in Malaysia Mandeep, J.S.
2008
138-139 13 p. 1617-1620
4 p.
artikel
119 Rayleigh Taylor instability in a dusty plasma Sen, S.
2010
138-139 13 p. 938-942
5 p.
artikel
120 Regional and vertical distribution of semitransparent cirrus clouds over the tropical Indian region derived from CALIPSO data Meenu, S.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1967-1979
13 p.
artikel
121 Relationship between magnetic activity in the polar cap and atmospheric processes in the winter Antarctica Troshichev, O.
2010
138-139 13 p. 943-950
8 p.
artikel
122 Reply to the comments of Le et al. (2011) on the paper “Total solar eclipse of July 22, 2009: Its impact on the total electron content and ionospheric electron density in the Indian Zone” by Sharma et al. (2010) Sharma, Shweta
2011
138-139 13 p. 2039-2041
3 p.
artikel
123 Response of the reconnection electric field and polar cap potential to the IMF and velocity of solar wind Fukazawa, Keiichiro
2010
138-139 13 p. 1019-1023
5 p.
artikel
124 Response of tropical lower atmosphere to annular solar eclipse of 15 January, 2010 Dutta, Gopa
2011
138-139 13 p. 1907-1914
8 p.
artikel
125 Review of tropical nightglow studies with astronomical instruments Slanger, T.G.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1426-1440
15 p.
artikel
126 Seasonal and solar activity dependence of storm time TEC variations for a low latitude station Palehua Subhadra Devi, P.K.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1687-1696
10 p.
artikel
127 Seasonal characteristics of gravity waves in the middle atmosphere over Gadanki using Rayleigh lidar observations Guharay, A.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1762-1770
9 p.
artikel
128 Seasonal variation of aerosol size distributions in Darwin, Australia Bouya, Zahra
2011
138-139 13 p. 2022-2033
12 p.
artikel
129 Shadow bands during the total solar eclipse of 26 February 1998 Jones, Barrie W
1999
138-139 13 p. 965-974
10 p.
artikel
130 Shear flow driven magnetized planetary wave structures in the ionosphere Aburjania, G.D.
2010
138-139 13 p. 971-981
11 p.
artikel
131 Shortwave forcing of the Earth's climate: Modern and historical variations in the Sun's irradiance and the Earth's reflectance Goode, P.R.
2007
138-139 13 p. 1556-1568
13 p.
artikel
132 Signatures of dual scaling regimes in a simple avalanche model for magnetospheric activity Chapman, S.C.
2001
138-139 13 p. 1361-1370
10 p.
artikel
133 Sky luminance measurements and comparisons with calculation models Ferraro, Vittorio
2011
138-139 13 p. 1780-1789
10 p.
artikel
134 Solar activity–climate relations: A different approach Stauning, P.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1999-2012
14 p.
artikel
135 Solar forcing of the Northern hemisphere land air temperature: New data Thejll, P
2000
138-139 13 p. 1207-1213
7 p.
artikel
136 Solar-geomagnetic activity influence on Earth's climate Mufti, S.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1607-1615
9 p.
artikel
137 Solar response in the temperature over the equatorial middle atmosphere Beig, G.
2009
138-139 13 p. 1450-1455
6 p.
artikel
138 Special issue on meteors and the mesopause Friedman, Jonathan S.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1157-1158
2 p.
artikel
139 Spectrum of solar flare protons Podgorny, I.M.
2010
138-139 13 p. 988-991
4 p.
artikel
140 Stable critical behavior and fast field annihilation in a magnetic field reversal model Uritsky, V.M.
2001
138-139 13 p. 1425-1433
9 p.
artikel
141 Statistical wind analysis for near-space applications Roney, Jason A.
2007
138-139 13 p. 1485-1501
17 p.
artikel
142 Storm sudden commencements in geomagnetic H, y and Z fields at the Equatorial Electrojet Station, Annamalainagar Rastogi, R.G
1998
138-139 13 p. 1295-1302
8 p.
artikel
143 Stratospheric warmings: The atmosphere–ionosphere coupling paradigm Pancheva, Dora
2011
138-139 13 p. 1697-1702
6 p.
artikel
144 Studies of thermospheric dynamics with a Fabry–Perot interferometer network: A review Meriwether, J.W.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1576-1589
14 p.
artikel
145 Study of the correlation between the near-ground PM10 mass concentration and the aerosol optical depth Filip, Luminita
2011
138-139 13 p. 1883-1889
7 p.
artikel
146 Substorms as nonequilibrium transitions of the magnetosphere Sharma, A.S.
2001
138-139 13 p. 1399-1406
8 p.
artikel
147 Temporal derivative of Total Solar Irradiance and anomalous Indian summer monsoon: An empirical evidence for a Sun–climate connection Agnihotri, Rajesh
2011
138-139 13 p. 1980-1987
8 p.
artikel
148 Temporal evolution of the vertical content of metallic ion and neutral species Aikin, A.C.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1238-1244
7 p.
artikel
149 Testing the SOC hypothesis for the magnetosphere Watkins, N.W
2001
138-139 13 p. 1435-1445
11 p.
artikel
150 The application of ground-based optical techniques for inferring electron energy deposition and composition change during auroral precipitation events Hecht, J.H.
2006
138-139 13 p. 1502-1519
18 p.
artikel
151 The diffuse-to-global spectral irradiance ratio as a cloud-screening technique for radiometric data Kaskaoutis, Dimitris G.
2008
138-139 13 p. 1597-1606
10 p.
artikel
152 The effects of different solar flare characteristics on the global thermosphere Pawlowski, David J.
2011
138-139 13 p. 1840-1848
9 p.
artikel
153 The electrodynamics of the low-latitude ionosphere: Recent results and future challenges Fejer, B.G.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1465-1482
18 p.
artikel
154 The intertropical convergence zone as a source of short-period mesospheric gravity waves near the equator Espy, P.J.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1665-1671
7 p.
artikel
155 The low-latitude ionospheric tomography network (LITN)—initial results Huang, C.R.
1997
138-139 13 p. 1553-1567
15 p.
artikel
156 The Mesopause as a physical penetration boundary ReVelle, D.O.
2005
138-139 13 p. 1159-1170
12 p.
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157 The mesospheric metal layer topside: Examples of simultaneous metal observations Höffner, J.
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158 Theoretical effects of tides and auroral activity on the low latitude ionosphere Fesen, C.G.
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160 The Sheffield University plasmasphere ionosphere model—a review Bailey, G.J.
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161 The statistical and numerical study of the global distribution of coronal plasma and magnetic field near 2.5Rs over a 10-year period Shen, Fang
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162 The THEMIS all-sky imaging array—system design and initial results from the prototype imager Donovan, Eric
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163 The variability of solar EUV: A multiscale comparison between sunspot number, 10.7cm flux, LASP MgII index, and SOHO/SEM EUV flux Wintoft, Peter
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164 Tidal analysis of the San Marco V and San Marco III: Density data in equatorial orbit Arduini, C.
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165 Ultraviolet-B solar irradiance, the influence of Ångström turbidity, at Central Spain Salvador, P.
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166 Using the R/S statistic to analyze AE data Price, C.P.
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167 Variability in the vertical distribution of ozone over a subtropical site in India during a winter month Gupta, Shilpy
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168 Variations in global cloud cover and the fair-weather vertical electric field Kniveton, D.R.
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169 Variations in thunderstorm VLF emissions propagating over epicenters of earthquakes Mullayarov, Viktor A.
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170 Vertical TEC over seismically active region during low solar activity Astafyeva, Elvira
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171 Wind measurements of MLT region using the Platteville, CO MEDAC 50MHz meteor radar de la Peña, Santiago
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172 Wintertime chemical composition of aerosols at a rural location in the Indo-Gangetic Plains George, Susan K.
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