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1 Analysis of the ionospheric cross polar cap potentialdrop and electrostatic potential distribution patternsduring the January 1997 cme event using DMSP data Hairston, Marc R.
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 195-206
12 p.
article
2 Annual TEC variation in the equatorial anomaly region during the solar minimum: September 1996–August 1997 Wu, Chin-Chun
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 199-207
9 p.
article
3 Climatology of noctilucent cloud radii and occurrence frequency using SCIAMACHY Robert, Charles E.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 408-423
16 p.
article
4 Comparison of models and data at Millstone Hillduring the 5–11 June 1991 storm Pavlov, A.v
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 263-279
17 p.
article
5 Comparison of polar mesospheric cloud measurements from the Cloud Imaging and Particle Size experiment and the solar backscatter ultraviolet instrument in 2007 Benze, Susanne
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 365-372
8 p.
article
6 Concerning the upper stratospheric gravity wave and mesospheric cloud relationship over Sondrestrom, Greenland Gerrard, Andrew J.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 229-240
12 p.
article
7 Development of high latitude phase fluctuationsduring the January 10, April 10–11, and May 15, 1997magnetic storms Aarons, J.
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 309-327
19 p.
article
8 Diurnal, seasonal and latitudinal variations of ion temperature measured by the SROSS C2 satellite in the Indian zone equatorial and low latitude ionosphere and comparison with the IRI Bhuyan, P.K.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 301-312
12 p.
article
9 Editorial 1999
138-139 3-4 p. 193-
1 p.
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10 Evidence for a link between the flux of galactic cosmic rays and Earth's climate during the past 200,000 years Christl, M.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 313-322
10 p.
article
11 First continuous temperature measurements within polar mesosphere summer echoes Lübken, F.-J.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 453-463
11 p.
article
12 Gravity wave observations in the summertime polar mesosphere from the Cloud Imaging and Particle Size (CIPS) experiment on the AIM spacecraft Chandran, A.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 392-400
9 p.
article
13 High-altitude data assimilation system experiments for the northern summer mesosphere season of 2007 Eckermann, Stephen D.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 531-551
21 p.
article
14 Inter-hemispheric asymmetry in polar mesosphere summer echoes and temperature at 69° latitude Morris, Ray J.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 464-469
6 p.
article
15 Inter-hemispheric mesospheric coupling in a comprehensive middle atmosphere model Karlsson, Bodil
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 518-530
13 p.
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16 Interpretation of SOFIE PMC measurements: Cloud identification and derivation of mass density, particle shape, and particle size Hervig, Mark E.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 316-330
15 p.
article
17 Investigation of the tidal variations in a 3-D dynamics-chemistry-transport model of the middle atmosphere Morel, B.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 251-265
15 p.
article
18 Measurements of meteor smoke particles during the ECOMA-2006 campaign: 1. Particle detection by active photoionization Rapp, Markus
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 477-485
9 p.
article
19 Measurements of meteor smoke particles during the ECOMA-2006 campaign: 2. Results Strelnikova, Irina
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 486-496
11 p.
article
20 Mesospheric planetary wave effects on global PMC variability inferred from AIM–CIPS and TIMED–SABER for the northern summer 2007 PMC season Merkel, Aimee W.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 381-391
11 p.
article
21 MF radar observations of terdiurnal tide in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere at Wakkanai (45.4° N,141.7° E), Japan Namboothiri, S.P.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 241-250
10 p.
article
22 Modeling the temperature of the polar mesopause region: Part II—Intra-seasonal monthly oscillations Mayr, Hans G.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 508-517
10 p.
article
23 Modeling the temperature of the polar mesopause region: Part I—Inter-annual and long-term variations generated by the stratospheric QBO Mayr, Hans G.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 497-507
11 p.
article
24 NLC observations during one solar cycle above ALOMAR Fiedler, J.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 424-433
10 p.
article
25 Noctilucent cloud in the western Arctic in 2005: Simultaneous lidar and camera observations and analysis Collins, R.L.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 446-452
7 p.
article
26 Observations of polar mesospheric summer echoes using PFISR during the summer of 2007 Varney, Roger H.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 470-476
7 p.
article
27 Periodicities between 6 and 16 years in surface air temperature in possible relation to solar inertial motion Charvátová, Ivanka
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 219-227
9 p.
article
28 Phase functions of polar mesospheric cloud ice as observed by the CIPS instrument on the AIM satellite Bailey, Scott M.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 373-380
8 p.
article
29 Polar thermospheric response to solar magneticcloud/coronal mass ejection interactions with themagnetosphere Sivjee, G.G
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 207-215
9 p.
article
30 Radar chain study of the May, 1995 storm Buonsanto, M.J
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 233-248
16 p.
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31 Radio science issues surrounding HF/VHF/UHF radar meteor studies Mathews, J.D.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 285-299
15 p.
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32 Responses of polar mesospheric cloud brightness to stratospheric gravity waves at the South Pole and Rothera, Antarctica Chu, Xinzhao
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 434-445
12 p.
article
33 SOFIE PMC observations during the northern summer of 2007 Hervig, Mark E.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 331-339
9 p.
article
34 Solar cycle control of the magnetic cloud polarity and the geoeffectiveness Li, Yan
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 323-331
9 p.
article
35 Some F2-layer effects during the January06-11,1997 cedar storm period as observed with theMillstoneHill incoherent scatter facility Mikhailov, A.V
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 249-261
13 p.
article
36 Special issue on global perspectives on the aeronomy of the summer mesopause region Collins, Richard L.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 285-288
4 p.
article
37 Study on oxygen atmospheric band dayglow: global and seasonal variations deduced from high-resolution Doppler imager observations Venkat Ratnam, M
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 209-218
10 p.
article
38 Tec climatology derived fromtopex/poseidonmeasurements Codrescu, M.V
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 281-298
18 p.
article
39 The Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) mission: Overview and early science results Russell III, James M.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 289-299
11 p.
article
40 The cloud imaging and particle size experiment on the aeronomy of ice in the mesosphere mission: Cloud morphology for the northern 2007 season Rusch, D.W.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 356-364
9 p.
article
41 The cloud imaging and particle size experiment on the Aeronomy of Ice in the mesosphere mission: Instrument concept, design, calibration, and on-orbit performance McClintock, W.E.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 340-355
16 p.
article
42 The diurnal variation of polar mesospheric cloud frequency near 55°N observed by SHIMMER Stevens, Michael H.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 401-407
7 p.
article
43 The high latitude ionosphere and its effects on radio propagation J. Lanzerotti, Louis
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 333-
1 p.
article
44 The ionospheric response to the cme event of 6–11January 1997 McEwen, D.J
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 223-232
10 p.
article
45 The solar occultation for ice experiment Gordley, Larry L.
2009
138-139 3-4 p. 300-315
16 p.
article
46 The storm of 10 January 1997: electrodynamics ofthe high latitude e region from eiscat data Schlegel, K
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 217-222
6 p.
article
47 Time dependent thermospheric neutral response tothe 2–11 November 1993 storm period Emery, B.a
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 329-350
22 p.
article
48 Total electron content of the ionosphere during thegeomagnetic storm on 10 January 1997 Jakowski, N
1999
138-139 3-4 p. 299-307
9 p.
article
49 Tropospheric and stratospheric momentum flux measurements from radar wind data collected at Jicamarca Riggin, Dennis M.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 277-283
7 p.
article
50 Vertical dynamical transport of mesospheric constituents by dissipating gravity waves Liu, Alan Z.
2004
138-139 3-4 p. 267-275
9 p.
article
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