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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A climatology of nonmigrating semidiurnal tides from TIMED Doppler Interferometer (TIDI) wind data Oberheide, J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2203-2218
16 p.
artikel
2 Acoustic–gravity waves during solar eclipses: Detection and characterization using wavelet transforms Šauli, P.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2465-2484
20 p.
artikel
3 Aerosol microphysics over a tropical coastal station inferred from the spectral dependence of Angstrom wavelength exponent and inversion of spectral aerosol optical depths Beegum, S. Naseema
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1846-1857
12 p.
artikel
4 Air ionization at rock surfaces and pre-earthquake signals Freund, Friedemann T.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1824-1834
11 p.
artikel
5 Alfvén intermittency in space plasmas Rempel, Erico L.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1837-1842
6 p.
artikel
6 Amplitude enhancement of SC ( H ) events in the South Atlantic anomaly region Trivedi, N.B.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1751-1760
10 p.
artikel
7 Analysis of behavior of solar wind parameters under different IMF conditions using nonlinear dynamics techniques Ojeda, Arian
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1859-1864
6 p.
artikel
8 An emission layer as a gravity wave detector Belyaev, A.N.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1974-1981
8 p.
artikel
9 Application of wavelet transformation to determine wavelengths and phase velocities of gravity waves observed by lidar measurements Werner, R.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2249-2256
8 p.
artikel
10 A study of GPS ionospheric scintillations observed at Guilin Zou, Yuhua
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1948-1958
11 p.
artikel
11 Asymmetry in the interhemispheric planetary wave-tide link between the two hemispheres Xu, X.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1899-1903
5 p.
artikel
12 Atmosphere–ionosphere vertical electric coupling above thunderstorms of different intensity Tonev, P.T.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2510-2522
13 p.
artikel
13 Atmospheric gravity wave excitation through sum nonresonant interaction Ming Huang, Kai
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2429-2436
8 p.
artikel
14 Atmospheric gravity wave propagation direction observed by airglow imaging in the South American sector Medeiros, A.F.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1767-1773
7 p.
artikel
15 Atmospheric tides and mean winds in the meteor region over Santa Maria (29.7°S; 53.8°W) Andrioli, V.F.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1864-1876
13 p.
artikel
16 Auroral electron acceleration induced by Cherenkov damped waves de Assis, Altair S.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1872-1875
4 p.
artikel
17 AUTHOR INDEX 2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1895-1898
4 p.
artikel
18 A 22yr hurricane cycle and its relation with geomagnetic activity Mendoza, Blanca
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2047-2054
8 p.
artikel
19 Bottomside profile shape parameters during low solar activity and comparisons with IRI-2007 model Sethi, N.K.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1935-1942
8 p.
artikel
20 Calibrated measurements of PMSE strengths at three different locations observed with SKiYMET radars and narrow beam VHF radars Swarnalingam, N.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1807-1813
7 p.
artikel
21 Characteristics of the tropical tropopause over different longitudes Mehta, Sanjay Kumar
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2462-2473
12 p.
artikel
22 Comets and climate Zecca, Antonio
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1766-1770
5 p.
artikel
23 Common oscillatory modes in geomagnetic activity, NAO index and surface air temperature records Paluš, Milan
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2405-2415
11 p.
artikel
24 Comparative outline of the region of interaction of the solar wind with the Ionosphere of Venus and Mars Pérez-de-Tejada, H.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1786-1796
11 p.
artikel
25 Computer simulation of convective plasma cells Carboni, Rodrigo
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1809-1814
6 p.
artikel
26 Correlations of mesospheric variability and their relation to the large-scale circulation during polar winter Shepherd, Gordon G.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2279-2291
13 p.
artikel
27 Descriptive study of solar activity sudden increase and Halloween storms of 2003 Hady, A.A.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1711-1716
6 p.
artikel
28 Determination of intensity variations along coronal loops Borgazzi, A.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1715-1719
5 p.
artikel
29 Does sunspot number calibration by the “magnetic needle” make sense? Mursula, K.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1717-1726
10 p.
artikel
30 Does the polar cap disappear under an extended strong northward IMF? Zhang, Yongliang
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2006-2012
7 p.
artikel
31 Dynamics of the large-scale ULF electromagnetic wave structures in the ionosphere Aburjania, G.D.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2428-2441
14 p.
artikel
32 Effects of cosmic rays on the Earth's environment Bazilevskaya, G.A.
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1577-1586
10 p.
artikel
33 Effects of precipitation physics algorithms on a simulated climate in a general circulation model Ham, Suryun
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1924-1934
11 p.
artikel
34 Effects of the Sun on the Earth's environment Baker, D.N.
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1669-1681
13 p.
artikel
35 ELF and VLF radio waves Barr, R.
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1689-1718
30 p.
artikel
36 Empirical analysis of the solar contribution to global mean air surface temperature change Scafetta, Nicola
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1916-1923
8 p.
artikel
37 Empirical evidences of persistence and dynamical chaos in solar–terrestrial phenomena Panchev, S.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2391-2404
14 p.
artikel
38 Energy mode distribution: An analysis of the ratio of anti-Stokes to Stokes amplitudes generated by a pair of counterpropagating Langmuir waves Simões Júnior, F.J.R.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1680-1686
7 p.
artikel
39 Equatorial spread-F initiation: Post-sunset vortex, thermospheric winds, gravity waves Kudeki, Erhan
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2416-2427
12 p.
artikel
40 Excitation of Rossby waves by HF electromagnetic seismic origin emissions in the earth's mesosphere Tsintsadze, N.L.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1858-1863
6 p.
artikel
41 Fine structure of microwave emission in the 25 August 1999 event and its association with the magnetic field fine structure Ledenev, V.G.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1720-1727
8 p.
artikel
42 First incoherent scatter radar observations of ionospheric heating on the second electron gyro-harmonic Kosch, M.J.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1959-1966
8 p.
artikel
43 From discovery to prediction of magnetospheric processes Kamide, Y
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1659-1668
10 p.
artikel
44 GCITEM-IGGCAS: A new global coupled ionosphere–thermosphere-electrodynamics model Ren, Zhipeng
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2064-2076
13 p.
artikel
45 Generalized thermostatistics and wavelet analysis of solar wind and proton density variability José Alves Bolzan, Maurício
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1843-1851
9 p.
artikel
46 Geoeffectiveness of solar flares in magnetic crochet (sfe) production: I—Dependence on their spectral nature and position on the solar disk Curto, Juan José
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1695-1704
10 p.
artikel
47 Geoeffectiveness of solar flares in magnetic crochet (sfe) production: II—Dependence on the detection method Curto, Juan José
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1705-1710
6 p.
artikel
48 Global distribution, seasonal, and inter-annual variations of mesospheric semidiurnal tide observed by TIMED TIDI Wu, Q.
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2482-2502
21 p.
artikel
49 Ground-based mesospheric temperatures at mid-latitude derived from O2 and OH airglow SATI data: Comparison with SABER measurements López-González, M.J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2379-2390
12 p.
artikel
50 Hall effect on magnetic reconnection at the Earth's magnetopause Morales, Laura F.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1821-1826
6 p.
artikel
51 Identification of solar sources of major geomagnetic storms Correia, E.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1702-1705
4 p.
artikel
52 IFC-Ed. board 2011
138-139 17-18 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
53 IFC-Ed. board 2009
138-139 17-18 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
54 Imaging of the Antarctic ionosphere: Experimental results Yin, Ping
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1757-1765
9 p.
artikel
55 Index 2000
138-139 17-18 p. XI-XIII
nvt p.
artikel
56 Indication for circular organization of column sprite elements associated with Eastern Mediterranean winter thunderstorms Vadislavsky, Elyakom
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1835-1839
5 p.
artikel
57 Influence of solar wind parameters on ground magnetic field near equator during intense storms Vichare, Geeta
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1814-1823
10 p.
artikel
58 Influence of the relative optical air mass on ultraviolet erythemal irradiance Antón, M.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2027-2031
5 p.
artikel
59 Interaction of the solar wind with Mars from Mars Global Surveyor MAG/ER observations Bertucci, Cesar
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1797-1808
12 p.
artikel
60 Interhemispheric comparison of mesospheric ice layers from the LIMA model Lübken, F.-J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2292-2308
17 p.
artikel
61 Interhemispheric observations of impulsive nitrate enhancements associated with the four large ground-level solar cosmic ray events (1940–1950) Kepko, L.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1840-1845
6 p.
artikel
62 Intermittency of riometer auroral absorption observed at South Pole Stepanova, M.V.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1876-1884
9 p.
artikel
63 Intermittent chaos in nonlinear wave–wave interactions in space plasmas Miranda, Rodrigo A.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1852-1858
7 p.
artikel
64 Introduction to several papers on special section of ‘The Time Varying Sun’ Amory-Mazaudier, C.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1681-1682
2 p.
artikel
65 Ionospheric and geomagnetic disturbances during the 2005 Sumatran earthquakes Hasbi, Alina Marie
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1992-2005
14 p.
artikel
66 Ionospheric research 50 years ago, today and tomorrow Rodger, A.S
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1629-1645
17 p.
artikel
67 Kristian Birkeland: The first space scientist Egeland, Alv
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1749-1755
7 p.
artikel
68 Large-scale thermodynamics of the stratosphere and mesosphere during the major stratospheric warming in 2003/2004 Mukhtarov, P.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2338-2354
17 p.
artikel
69 Latitudinal and longitudinal variability of mesospheric winds and temperatures during stratospheric warming events Hoffmann, P.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2355-2366
12 p.
artikel
70 LIST OF CONTENTS 2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1885-1894
10 p.
artikel
71 LIST OF CONTENTS last issue of volume 2011
138-139 17-18 p. I-XI
nvt p.
artikel
72 Local cloud cover, ground-based and satellite measurements of erythemal dose rate for an urban, tropical site in Southern Hemisphere Silva, A.A.
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2474-2481
8 p.
artikel
73 Long-period planetary waves in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere above Davis, Antarctica Murphy, D.J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2118-2138
21 p.
artikel
74 Magnetic clouds: A statistical study of magnetic helicity Gulisano, A.M.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1761-1766
6 p.
artikel
75 Mesospheric bore events in the equatorial middle atmosphere Fechine, J.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1774-1778
5 p.
artikel
76 Meteoric smoke particle properties derived using dual-beam Arecibo UHF observations of D-region spectra during different seasons Fentzke, J.T.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1982-1991
10 p.
artikel
77 New model simulations of the global atmospheric electric circuit driven by thunderstorms and electrified shower clouds: The roles of lightning and sprites Rycroft, Michael J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2485-2509
25 p.
artikel
78 Nighttime E region plasma irregularities over an equatorial station Trivandrum Sinha, H.S.S.
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2444-2452
9 p.
artikel
79 [No title] Pancheva, Dora
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2081-2082
2 p.
artikel
80 Numerical simulations of MHD dynamos Gómez, Daniel O.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1865-1871
7 p.
artikel
81 Observational evidence of deep convection over Indonesian sector in relation with major stratospheric warming events of 2003–04 and 2005–06 Sridharan, S.
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2453-2461
9 p.
artikel
82 On the correlation between cosmic ray intensity and cloud cover Erlykin, A.D.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1794-1806
13 p.
artikel
83 On the gravity wave-driven instability of E layer at mid-latitude Shalimov, S.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1943-1947
5 p.
artikel
84 On the NO x production by laboratory electrical discharges and lightning Cooray, Vernon
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1877-1889
13 p.
artikel
85 On the onset and meridional propagation of the ionospheric F2-region response to geomagnetic storms Meléndez Oliveros, Berta
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1706-1714
9 p.
artikel
86 On the possible origin of X-rays in long laboratory sparks Cooray, Vernon
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1890-1898
9 p.
artikel
87 On the production of traveling ionospheric disturbances by atmospheric gravity waves MacDougall, J.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2013-2016
4 p.
artikel
88 Planetary waves in coupling the lower and upper atmosphere Pogoreltsev, A.I.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2083-2101
19 p.
artikel
89 Prediction of D st variations from Polar Cap indices using time-delay neural network Stepanova, M.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1658-1664
7 p.
artikel
90 Preface Rycroft, Michael J
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1561-
1 p.
artikel
91 Quantifying the effect of thermospheric parameterization in a global model Pawlowski, David J.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2017-2026
10 p.
artikel
92 Radio emission observed in decimetric waves associated with the onset of CMEs Cecatto, J.R.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1674-1679
6 p.
artikel
93 Satellite observations of unusual dust event over North-East India and its relation with meteorological conditions Sharma, Anu Rani
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2032-2039
8 p.
artikel
94 Seasonal characterization of the equatorial electrojet height rise over Brazil as observed by the RESCO 50MHz back-scatter radar Denardini, C.M.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1665-1673
9 p.
artikel
95 Seasonal oscillations in mesospheric temperatures at low-latitudes Zhao, Y.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2367-2378
12 p.
artikel
96 Seasonal variation of space–time parameters of internal gravity waves at Kharkiv (49°30′N, 36°51′E) Oleynikov, A.N.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2257-2264
8 p.
artikel
97 Seasonal variation of the total electron content, maximum electron density and equivalent slab thickness at a South-American station Mansilla, G.A.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1687-1690
4 p.
artikel
98 Self-similar evolution of the two-dimensional cylindrical magnetohydrodynamic flux rope Tsui, K.H.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1691-1696
6 p.
artikel
99 Semidiurnal tides from the extended Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model (CMAM) and comparisons with TIMED Doppler interferometer (TIDI) and meteor radar observations Du, J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2159-2202
44 p.
artikel
100 Short-term changes in the aerosol characteristics at Kharagpur (22°19′N, 87°19′E) during winter Nair, Prabha R.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1771-1783
13 p.
artikel
101 Signature of atmospheric oscillations in GPS-measured tropospheric delay Raju, C. Suresh
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1784-1793
10 p.
artikel
102 Solar and geomagnetic activity effects on climate at regional and global scales: Case study—Romania Dobrica, V.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1727-1735
9 p.
artikel
103 Solar–geomagnetic activity and Aa indices toward a standard classification Ouattara, Frédéric
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1736-1748
13 p.
artikel
104 Solar terminator and auroral sources for traveling ionospheric disturbances in the midlatitude F region MacDougall, J.W.
2011
138-139 17-18 p. 2437-2443
7 p.
artikel
105 South Atlantic magnetic anomaly ionization: A review and a new focus on electrodynamic effects in the equatorial ionosphere Abdu, M.A.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1643-1657
15 p.
artikel
106 Spatial pattern of photospheric granules in a sunspot neighborhood Rodríguez Flores, Ernesto R.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1728-1733
6 p.
artikel
107 Spectral analysis of planetary waves seen in ionospheric total electron content (TEC): First results using GPS differential TEC and stratospheric reanalyses Borries, C.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2442-2451
10 p.
artikel
108 Stochastic analysis of neutrally stratified cirrus layer Ivanova, K.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2265-2278
14 p.
artikel
109 Stratospheric warming effects on the tropical mesospheric temperature field Shepherd, M.G.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2309-2337
29 p.
artikel
110 Submillimeter-wave and H α observations of the event on 28 November, 2001 Cristiani, G.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1744-1750
7 p.
artikel
111 The association of the residual error of dual-frequency Global Navigation Satellite Systems with ionospheric turbulence parameters Kim, B.C.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1967-1973
7 p.
artikel
112 The 1.5–5-day eastward waves in the upper stratosphere–mesosphere as observed by the Esrange meteor radar and the SABER instrument Merzlyakov, E.G.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2102-2117
16 p.
artikel
113 The effects of thunderstorm-generated atmospheric gravity waves on mid-latitude F-region drifts Kumar, V.V.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1904-1915
12 p.
artikel
114 The global atmospheric electric circuit, solar activity and climate change Rycroft, M.J
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1563-1576
14 p.
artikel
115 The global distribution of gravity wave energy in the lower stratosphere derived from GPS data and gravity wave modelling: Attempt and challenges Fröhlich, K.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2238-2248
11 p.
artikel
116 The global-scale effect of small-scale thermospheric disturbances Smith, Roger W
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1623-1628
6 p.
artikel
117 The lunar tides in the Antarctic mesosphere and lower thermosphere Sandford, D.J.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2219-2237
19 p.
artikel
118 The middle atmosphere Shepherd, Theodore G
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1587-1601
15 p.
artikel
119 Theory of high-frequency (HF) radio waves in the second half of the 20th century Suchy, Kurt
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1683-1687
5 p.
artikel
120 The periodic spatial–temporal characteristics variations of the total ozone content Sych, R.A.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1779-1785
7 p.
artikel
121 The plasmasphere and advances in plasmaspheric research Ganguli, G
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1647-1657
11 p.
artikel
122 The solar magnetic flux mid-term periodicities and the solar dynamo Valdés-Galicia, J.F.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1697-1701
5 p.
artikel
123 The “wave turbopause” Offermann, D.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2139-2158
20 p.
artikel
124 7th Latin-American Conference on Space Geophysics, Atibaia, SP, Brazil, March 29–April 2, 2004 Clemesha, Barclay
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1641-
1 p.
artikel
125 Tracing magnetic helicity from the solar corona to the interplanetary space Luoni, M.L.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1734-1743
10 p.
artikel
126 Traveling ionospheric disturbances near London, Canada MacDougall, J.W.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2077-2084
8 p.
artikel
127 Upper ionosphere variability over Alma-Ata and Observatorio Del Ebro using the ΔfoF2 data obtained during the winter/spring period of 2003–2004 Gordienko, G.I.
2007
138-139 17-18 p. 2452-2464
13 p.
artikel
128 Variability of the solar shape (before space dedicated missions) Rozelot, J.P.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 1683-1694
12 p.
artikel
129 Variation of the plasma turbulence in the central plasma sheet during substorm phases observed by the interball/tail satellite Stepanova, M.
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1815-1820
6 p.
artikel
130 Variations of daytime and nighttime electron temperature and heat flux in the upper ionosphere, topside ionosphere and lower plasmasphere for low and high solar activity Truhlik, Vladimir
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2055-2063
9 p.
artikel
131 Vertical current flow through extensive layer clouds Nicoll, K.A.
2009
138-139 17-18 p. 2040-2046
7 p.
artikel
132 Wave coupling between the lower and upper atmosphere: case study of an ultra-fast Kelvin Wave Forbes, Jeffrey M.
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1603-1621
19 p.
artikel
133 Wavelet analysis applied to magnetograms: Singularity detections related to geomagnetic storms Mendes Jr., Odim
2005
138-139 17-18 p. 1827-1836
10 p.
artikel
134 Whistler–electron interactions in the magnetosphere: new results and novel approaches Trakhtengerts, V.Y.
2000
138-139 17-18 p. 1719-1733
15 p.
artikel
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