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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A case study of the evolution of a Kelvin–Helmholtz wave and turbulence in noctilucent clouds Dalin, P.
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1129-1138
10 p.
artikel
2 A comparison between ground-based observations of noctilucent clouds and Aura satellite data Dalin, P.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2097-2109
13 p.
artikel
3 Analysis of gravity waves structures visible in noctilucent cloud images Pautet, P.-D.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2082-2090
9 p.
artikel
4 A study on chaotic behaviour of equatorial/low latitude ionosphere over Indian subcontinent, using GPS-TEC time series Unnikrishnan, K.
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1080-1089
10 p.
artikel
5 Bite-outs and other depletions of mesospheric electrons Friedrich, Martin
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2201-2211
11 p.
artikel
6 Charging of meteoric smoke and ice particles in the mesosphere including photoemission and photodetachment rates Knappmiller, S.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2212-2220
9 p.
artikel
7 Correlations between deep convection and lightning activity on a global scale Ávila, Eldo E.
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1114-1121
8 p.
artikel
8 Direct observations of PMC local time variations by Aura OMI DeLand, Matthew T.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2049-2064
16 p.
artikel
9 Electron density and electric field fluctuations associated with developing plasma bubbles Muralikrishna, P.
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1315-1327
13 p.
artikel
10 Equatorial electrojet 3-M irregularity dynamics during magnetic disturbances over Brazil: results from the new VHF radar at São Luı́s Abdu, M.A.
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1293-1308
16 p.
artikel
11 Equatorial spread and dynamics in the F layer over West Africa from ionogram analysis, during the declining solar flux year 1994–1995 Farges, Thomas
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1309-1314
6 p.
artikel
12 Erratum to: “A collaborative study on temperature diurnal tide in the midlatitude mesopause region (41°N, 105°W) with Na lidar and TIMED/SABER observations” [J. Atmos. Sol.–Terres. Phys. 72 (2010) 541–549] Yuan, Tao
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1067-
1 p.
artikel
13 Evaluation of AIM CIPS measurements of Polar Mesospheric Clouds by comparison with SBUV data Benze, Susanne
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2065-2072
8 p.
artikel
14 First 10min intervals of Pi2 onset at geosynchronous altitudes during the expansion of energetic ion regions in the nighttime sector Saka, O.
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1100-1109
10 p.
artikel
15 First results of warm mesospheric temperature over Gadanki (13.5°N, 79.2°E) during the sudden stratospheric warming of 2009 Sridharan, S.
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1139-1146
8 p.
artikel
16 Global pattern of trends in the upper atmosphere and ionosphere: Recent progress Laštovička, J.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1514-1528
15 p.
artikel
17 IFC-Ed. board 2011
138-139 14-15 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
18 IFC-Ed. board 2010
138-139 14-15 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
19 IFC-Ed. board 2009
138-139 14-15 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
20 Impact of solar proton events on noctilucent clouds Rahpoe, Nabiz
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2073-2081
9 p.
artikel
21 Lidar polarization measurements of PMCs Hayman, Matthew
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2110-2117
8 p.
artikel
22 Local time and longitude dependence of the equatorial electrojet magnetic effects Doumouya, V
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1265-1282
18 p.
artikel
23 Long-term changes and trends in the upper atmosphere—An introduction Laštovička, J.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1511-1513
3 p.
artikel
24 Long-term changes of (polar) mesosphere summer echoes Bremer, J.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1571-1576
6 p.
artikel
25 Long-term variability in mesopause region temperatures over Fort Collins, Colorado (41°N, 105°W) based on lidar observations from 1990 through 2007 She, Chiao-Yao
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1558-1564
7 p.
artikel
26 Majority of PMSE spectral widths at UHF and VHF are compatible with a single scattering mechanism Strelnikova, Irina
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2142-2152
11 p.
artikel
27 Mesosphere summer echoes observed with VHF and MF radars at Wakkanai, Japan (45.4°N) Ogawa, Tadahiko
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2132-2141
10 p.
artikel
28 Meta-equilibrium state of multi-species ambipolar diffusion and its relevance to polar mesopheric summer echoes Bellan, P.M.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2166-2175
10 p.
artikel
29 Midlatitude mesopause region winds and waves and comparison with stratospheric variability Jacobi, Ch.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1540-1546
7 p.
artikel
30 Minimal impact of condensation nuclei characteristics on observable Mesospheric ice properties Megner, Linda
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2184-2191
8 p.
artikel
31 Modelling the Northern Hemisphere temperature for solar cycles 24 and 25 Mendoza, Blanca
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1122-1128
7 p.
artikel
32 Observations of mesospheric ice particles from the ALWIN radar and SOFIE Hervig, Mark E.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2176-2183
8 p.
artikel
33 Observations of noctilucent clouds from Lithuania Dubietis, Audrius
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1090-1099
10 p.
artikel
34 On the origin of mid-latitude mesospheric clouds: The July 2009 cloud outbreak Nielsen, Kim
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2118-2124
7 p.
artikel
35 On the role of metal silicate molecules as ice nuclei Plane, John M.C.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2192-2200
9 p.
artikel
36 Preface Arora, Baldev R.
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1263-
1 p.
artikel
37 Quasi-biennial oscillation in foF2 at the south crest of the equatorial anomaly Mansilla, G.A.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1610-1612
3 p.
artikel
38 Scatter of hmF2 values as an indicator of trends in thermospheric dynamics Danilov, A.D.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1586-1591
6 p.
artikel
39 Seasonal variability in mesopause region temperatures over Fort Collins, CO (41°N, 105°W) based on lidar observations, 1990 through 2007 Krueger, David A.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1565-1570
6 p.
artikel
40 Seasonal variation of mesospheric waves at northern middle and high latitudes Hoffmann, Peter
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1068-1079
12 p.
artikel
41 Spatial and frequency characteristics of equatorial enhancement of geomagnetic field variations Arora, B.R.
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1283-1292
10 p.
artikel
42 Special issue on layered phenomena in the mesopause region Gumbel, J.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2045-2048
4 p.
artikel
43 Structural changes in trend parameters of the MLT winds based on wind measurements at Obninsk (55°N, 37°E) and Collm (52°N, 15°E) Merzlyakov, E.G.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1547-1557
11 p.
artikel
44 Synchronized imagery of noctilucent clouds at the day–night terminator using airborne and spaceborne platforms Reimuller, J.D.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2091-2096
6 p.
artikel
45 The effect of carbon dioxide cooling on trends in the F2-layer ionosphere Qian, Liying
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1592-1601
10 p.
artikel
46 The electron density dependence of polar mesospheric summer echoes Varney, Roger H.
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2153-2165
13 p.
artikel
47 The global mesospheric sodium layer observed by Odin/OSIRIS in 2004–2009 Hedin, Jonas
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2221-2227
7 p.
artikel
48 The Hotel Payload 2 campaign: Overview of NO, O and electron density measurements in the upper mesosphere and lower thermosphere Enell, Carl-Fredrik
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2228-2236
9 p.
artikel
49 The ineffectiveness of Joule heating in the stratosphere Jarvis, M.J.
2010
138-139 14-15 p. 1110-1113
4 p.
artikel
50 The radiative energy budget of the middle atmosphere and its parameterization in general circulation models Fomichev, V.I.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1577-1585
9 p.
artikel
51 The signature of short-period gravity waves imaged in the OI 557.7 nm and near infrared OH nightglow emissions over Panhala Mukherjee, G.K.
2003
138-139 14-15 p. 1329-1335
7 p.
artikel
52 Trends in the F2 ionospheric layer due to long-term variations in the Earth's magnetic field Elias, Ana G.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1602-1609
8 p.
artikel
53 Variability of planetary waves as a signature of possible climatic changes Pogoreltsev, A.I.
2009
138-139 14-15 p. 1529-1539
11 p.
artikel
54 What caused the exceptional mid-latitudinal Noctilucent Cloud event in July 2009? Hultgren, Kristoffer
2011
138-139 14-15 p. 2125-2131
7 p.
artikel
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