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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Altitude profiles of temperature from 4 to 80 km over the tropics from MST radar and lidar Parameswaran, K
2000
138-139 15 p. 1327-1337
11 p.
artikel
2 Analytical representation of izmem model for near-real time prediction of electromagnetic weather Dremukhina, L.a.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1517-1529
13 p.
artikel
3 A new diagnostic of stratospheric polar vortices Gimeno, Luis
2007
138-139 15 p. 1797-1812
16 p.
artikel
4 A new version of the NeQuick ionosphere electron density model Nava, B.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1856-1862
7 p.
artikel
5 An improved technique to determine neutral winds in the auroral mesosphere using the EISCAT VHF incoherent scatter radar Collis, P.N.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1909-1918
10 p.
artikel
6 Anomalous modification of the ionospheric total electron content prior to the 26 September 2005 Peru earthquake Zakharenkova, I.E.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1919-1928
10 p.
artikel
7 Anomalous night-time peaks in diurnal variations of NmF2 close to the geomagnetic equator: A statistical study Pavlov, A.V.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1871-1883
13 p.
artikel
8 Are equatorial negative lightning flashes more intense than those at higher latitudes? Pinto Jr., O.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1881-1883
3 p.
artikel
9 Assessment of some global solar radiation parameterizations Iziomon, M.G
2002
138-139 15 p. 1631-1643
13 p.
artikel
10 Atmospheric conditions in 1995 from the orbital decay of the oderacs ii spheres Tan, A.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1477-1484
8 p.
artikel
11 Atmospheric neutral temperature distribution at the mesopause altitude Gusev, O.
2006
138-139 15 p. 1684-1697
14 p.
artikel
12 Cases for which the Earth's magnetosphere does not act as a “low-pass filter” Sarafopoulos, D.V.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1427-1442
16 p.
artikel
13 Characteristic types of ionospheric scintillations at VHF for a typical mid-latitude station over a sunspot cycle (1988–1996) Hajkowicz, L.A.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1901-1907
7 p.
artikel
14 Comment on “Annual variation of geomagnetic activity” by Alicia L. Clúa de Gonzales et al. Sonnemann, G.R.
2002
138-139 15 p. 1667-1673
7 p.
artikel
15 Comment on the paper “The Centenary of solar-terrestrial physics” Schröder, Wilfried
2002
138-139 15 p. 1675-1677
3 p.
artikel
16 Comparison of the solar wind energy input to the magnetosphere measured by Wind and Interball-1 Petrukovich, A.A
2001
138-139 15 p. 1643-1647
5 p.
artikel
17 Controls of the sounding points in space-based GPS/LEO meteorology Huang, Cheng
2001
138-139 15 p. 1601-1607
7 p.
artikel
18 Correlations between earthquakes and anomalous particle bursts from SAMPEX/PET satellite observations Sgrigna, V.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1448-1462
15 p.
artikel
19 Disturbance diurnal electric field in Indian and American equatorial electrojet regions Rastogi, R.G
1998
138-139 15 p. 1471-1476
6 p.
artikel
20 Dynasonde observations of electron concentration gradients above Tromsø Jones, G.O.L
2000
138-139 15 p. 1385-1391
7 p.
artikel
21 Editorial Oberheide, Jens
2006
138-139 15 p. 1683-
1 p.
artikel
22 Effect of horizontal gradients on ionospherically reflected or transionospheric paths using a precise homing-in method Strangeways, Hal J.
2000
138-139 15 p. 1361-1376
16 p.
artikel
23 ELF/VLF radio signals caused by ionospheric demodulation of MF/HF radio transmitter signals Trakhtengerts, V.Y.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1991-1997
7 p.
artikel
24 Empirical determination of the o+o collision frequency Omidvar, K.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1485-1496
12 p.
artikel
25 Energetic electron variation in the outer radiation zone during early May 1998 magnetic storm Obara, T
2000
138-139 15 p. 1405-1412
8 p.
artikel
26 Energy balance during intense and super-intense magnetic storms using an Akasofu ε parameter corrected by the solar wind dynamic pressure de Lucas, A.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1851-1863
13 p.
artikel
27 Erratum 1997
138-139 15 p. I-
1 p.
artikel
28 Erratum to “Conjugate localized enhancement of total electron content at low latitudes in the American sector” Foster, J.C.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1893-1895
3 p.
artikel
29 Estimation of turbulence energy dissipation rate and vertical eddy diffusivity with the MU radar RASS Hermawan, Eddy
1999
138-139 15 p. 1123-1130
8 p.
artikel
30 Evidence of solar cycle effect in the mesopause region: observed temperatures in 1999 and 2000 at 98.5 km over Fort Collins, CO (41°N,105°W) She, C.Y.
2002
138-139 15 p. 1651-1657
7 p.
artikel
31 Excitation of longitudinal (field-aligned) currents by modulated HF heating of the ionosphere Borisov, N.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1973-1989
17 p.
artikel
32 First results on daytime mesopause OH rotational temperatures using ground-based photometry from equatorial latitudes Sridharan, R
1999
138-139 15 p. 1131-1142
12 p.
artikel
33 Fluctuations of the GPS signals on the tangential paths in the lower terrestrial atmosphere: Influence of the small-scale structure Ilyushin, Ya.A.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1863-1869
7 p.
artikel
34 Fractal analysis for VHF electromagnetic noises and the identification of preseismic signature of an earthquake Yonaiguchi, N.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1825-1832
8 p.
artikel
35 Fractal characteristics of the ground-observed ULF emissions in relation to geomagnetic and seismic activities Smirnova, N.A.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1833-1841
9 p.
artikel
36 Further results referring to the neutral density depletions attributed to plasma bubbles Bencze, P.
2000
138-139 15 p. 1339-1350
12 p.
artikel
37 Generation of electrostatic emissions by lightning-induced whistler-mode radiation above thunderstorms Baker, S.D
2000
138-139 15 p. 1393-1404
12 p.
artikel
38 Geomagnetic research in the 19th century: a case study of the German contribution Schröder, Wilfried
2001
138-139 15 p. 1649-1660
12 p.
artikel
39 Geomagnetic signatures of sudden ionospheric disturbances during extreme solar radiation events Dmitriev, A.V.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1971-1984
14 p.
artikel
40 Global wave activity from upper stratosphere to lower thermosphere: A new turbopause concept Offermann, D.
2006
138-139 15 p. 1709-1729
21 p.
artikel
41 Haloe nitric oxide measurements in view of ionospheric data Friedrich, M.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1445-1457
13 p.
artikel
42 Height and critical frequency variations of the sporadic-E layer at midlatitudes Šauli, P.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1904-1910
7 p.
artikel
43 Imprint of equatorial electrodynamical processes in the OI 630.0 nm dayglow Sridharan, R
1999
138-139 15 p. 1143-1155
13 p.
artikel
44 Indian MST radar observations of gravity wave activities associated with tropical convection Dhaka, S.K
2001
138-139 15 p. 1631-1642
12 p.
artikel
45 Interannual variability of mesospheric mean winds observed with the MU radar Namboothiri, S.P
1999
138-139 15 p. 1111-1122
12 p.
artikel
46 Interhemispheric comparison of TDIM E- and F-region ionospheres on 14 January 1988 Sojka, J.J
1999
138-139 15 p. 1157-1168
12 p.
artikel
47 Inversion of HF backscatter ionograms using elevation scans Benito, E.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1935-1948
14 p.
artikel
48 Investigation into the spatial and temporal coherence of ionospheric outflow on January 9–12, 1997 Peterson, W.K.
2002
138-139 15 p. 1659-1666
8 p.
artikel
49 Ion composition and effective ion recombination rate in the nighttime auroral lower ionosphere del Pozo, C.F.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1919-1943
25 p.
artikel
50 Ionospheric effects and telecommunications Bourdillon, Alain
2008
138-139 15 p. 1847-
1 p.
artikel
51 Ionospheric pre-cursors observed over low latitudes during some of the recent major earthquakes Dabas, R.S.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1813-1824
12 p.
artikel
52 Ionospheric research and space weather services Cander, Ljiljana R.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1870-1878
9 p.
artikel
53 Ionospheric slab thickness and its seasonal variations observed by GPS Jin, Shuanggen
2007
138-139 15 p. 1864-1870
7 p.
artikel
54 Ionospheric variability over Grocka during low solar activity conditions Mitic, Maja
2008
138-139 15 p. 1879-1884
6 p.
artikel
55 Large-scale ionospheric gradients over Europe observed in October 2003 Jakowski, N.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1894-1903
10 p.
artikel
56 Lower stratosphere coupling with the mesosphere through the QBO Abraham, Saji
1997
138-139 15 p. 1885-1889
5 p.
artikel
57 Mesospheric surf zone and temperature inversion layers in early November 1994 Oberheide, J.
2006
138-139 15 p. 1752-1763
12 p.
artikel
58 Multi-instrument observations of the dynamics of auroral arcs: a case study del Pozo, C.F.
2002
138-139 15 p. 1601-1616
16 p.
artikel
59 NeQuick bottomside analysis at low latitudes Coïsson, P.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1911-1918
8 p.
artikel
60 Observations of an extended mesospheric tertiary ozone peak Degenstein, Douglas Arthur
2005
138-139 15 p. 1395-1402
8 p.
artikel
61 On an improvement of UV index forecast: UV index diagnosis and forecast for Belsk, Poland, in Spring/Summer 1999 Krzyścin, Janusz W.
2001
138-139 15 p. 1593-1600
8 p.
artikel
62 On the potential applicability of auto-regressive spectral estimation to HF chirp sounders Salous, S.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1961-1972
12 p.
artikel
63 On the solar/QBO effect on the interannual variability of total ozone and the stratospheric circulation over Northern Europe Soukharev, Boris
1999
138-139 15 p. 1093-1109
17 p.
artikel
64 Patterns of F2-layer variability Rishbeth, H
2001
138-139 15 p. 1661-1680
20 p.
artikel
65 Powerful solar radio bursts as a global and free tool for testing satellite broadband radio systems, including GPS–GLONASS–GALILEO Afraimovich, E.L.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1985-1994
10 p.
artikel
66 Prediction of global positioning system total electron content using Neural Networks over South Africa Habarulema, John Bosco
2007
138-139 15 p. 1842-1850
9 p.
artikel
67 Preliminary UV, ozone and cloud comparison between Southern and Northern Hemisphere, sub-tropical latitude sites during 1996/1997 Sabburg, J
2001
138-139 15 p. 1623-1629
7 p.
artikel
68 Pre-storm electron density enhancements at middle latitudes Buresova, D.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1848-1855
8 p.
artikel
69 Propagating plasma patch and associated neutral stream flows Gardner, Larry C.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1884-1892
9 p.
artikel
70 Pyrgeometer calibration at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Reda, Ibrahim
2002
138-139 15 p. 1623-1629
7 p.
artikel
71 Radio occultation data analysis by the radioholographic method Hocke, K.
1999
138-139 15 p. 1169-1177
9 p.
artikel
72 Removing multiple reflections from the F2 layer to improve Autoscala performance Scotto, Carlo
2008
138-139 15 p. 1929-1934
6 p.
artikel
73 Resolving geomagnetic disturbances using “K-like” geomagnetic indices with variable time intervals Della-Rose, D.J
1999
138-139 15 p. 1179-1194
16 p.
artikel
74 Simultaneous observations of atmospheric summer tides at Grahamstown (South Africa) and Adelaide (Australia) Malinga, S.B.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1459-1469
11 p.
artikel
75 Space and time variations of temperature trends in the Arctic stratosphere Koshelkov, Yu.P.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1388-1394
7 p.
artikel
76 Spatial and temporal distributions of ionospheric currents in subsolar elevations Agodi Onwumechili, C.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1891-1899
9 p.
artikel
77 Spectral emission measurements of polar mesospheric clouds by CRISTA-2 Grossmann, Klaus U.
2006
138-139 15 p. 1781-1790
10 p.
artikel
78 Sporadic E at cusp latitudes MacDougall, John W.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1419-1426
8 p.
artikel
79 Statistical observations of spatial characteristics of Pi1B pulsations Posch, J.L.
2007
138-139 15 p. 1775-1796
22 p.
artikel
80 Study of anomalous electron temperature variations in the topside ionosphere using HINOTORI satellite data Dabas, R.S
2000
138-139 15 p. 1351-1359
9 p.
artikel
81 Substorm development as observed by Interball UV imager and 2-D magnetic array Lyatsky, W.
2001
138-139 15 p. 1609-1621
13 p.
artikel
82 Surplus of negative charge flow in point-discharge current as shown by variations on different time scales at Nagycenk station Märcz, F.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1435-1443
9 p.
artikel
83 The antecedents and subsequent development of scientific radar in New Zealand Fraser, G.J.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1411-1418
8 p.
artikel
84 The correlation between the variation in ionospheric conductivity and that of the geomagnetic Sq field Takeda, Masahiko
2002
138-139 15 p. 1617-1621
5 p.
artikel
85 The distribution of carbon monoxide in the upper mesosphere and lower thermosphere during CRISTA-1 and -2 Grossmann, Klaus U.
2006
138-139 15 p. 1764-1780
17 p.
artikel
86 The effect of ionospheric inhomogeneity on magnetic pulsation polarization: Magnetic disturbance on the ground as a function of inhomogeneity magnitude Belova, E.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1945-1952
8 p.
artikel
87 The effect of the solar eclipse on the air temperature near the ground Szałowski, Karol
2002
138-139 15 p. 1589-1600
12 p.
artikel
88 The global ionospheric asymmetry in total electron content Mendillo, Michael
2005
138-139 15 p. 1377-1387
11 p.
artikel
89 The ionospheric E-layer and F-layer dynamos — a tutorial review Rishbeth, H.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1873-1880
8 p.
artikel
90 Thunderstorm generated wave disturbance in the atmospheric boundary layer—a case study Sen Gupta, K
2001
138-139 15 p. 1585-1592
8 p.
artikel
91 Timing patterns in event lists: Recurrent geomagnetic storms Parker, G.D.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1403-1410
8 p.
artikel
92 Tomographic imaging of the polar-cap ionosphere over svalbard Pryse, S.E.
1997
138-139 15 p. 1953-1959
7 p.
artikel
93 Total electron content monitoring using triple frequency GNSS data: A three-step approach Spits, J.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1885-1893
9 p.
artikel
94 Transequatorial F-region ionospheric plasma bubbles: solar cycle effects Sahai, Y.
2000
138-139 15 p. 1377-1383
7 p.
artikel
95 Tropopause to mesopause gravity waves in August: Measurement and modeling Preusse, Peter
2006
138-139 15 p. 1730-1751
22 p.
artikel
96 Unusual sudden ionospheric disturbance from solar flare of 4 November 2003 Parkhomov, V.A.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1963-1970
8 p.
artikel
97 Use of CRISTA mesopause region temperatures for the intercalibration of ground-based instruments Scheer, J.
2006
138-139 15 p. 1698-1708
11 p.
artikel
98 Using GPS–GLONASS–GALILEO data and IRI modeling for ionospheric calibration of radio telescopes and radio interferometers Afraimovich, E.L.
2008
138-139 15 p. 1949-1962
14 p.
artikel
99 Variation of electron and ion temperatures ratio over the Indian region during the period 1995–1999 as measured by SROSS-C2 satellite Sharma, D.K.
2005
138-139 15 p. 1443-1447
5 p.
artikel
100 Verification of lightning strike incidence as a Poisson process Petrov, N.I
2002
138-139 15 p. 1645-1650
6 p.
artikel
101 VLF Trimpi modelling on the path NWC-Dunedin using both finite element and 3D Born modelling Nunn, D.
1998
138-139 15 p. 1497-1515
19 p.
artikel
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