Volumes and issues  

ANGEO – Volume 13, 1995

Density and magnetic field fluctuations observed by ISEE 1-2 in the quiet magnetosheath   
C. Lacombe, G. Belmont, D. Hubert, C. C. Harvey, A. Mangeney, C. T. Russell, J. T. Gosling, and S. A. Fuselier
Page(s) 343-357
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Gravity wave generation and propagation during geomagnetic storms over Kiruna (67.8°N, 20.4°E)   
P. R. Fagundes, A. L. Aruliah, D. Rees, and J. A. Bittencourt
Page(s) 358-366
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The F-layer at sunrise   
H. Rishbeth, B. Jenkins, and R. J. Moffett
Page(s) 367-374
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The influence of time-dependent wind on gravity-wave propagation in the middle atmosphere   
L. Zhong, L. J. Sonmor, A. H. Manson, and C. E. Meek
Page(s) 375-394
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Detection of polar stratospheric clouds with ERS-2/GOME data   
R. Meerkoetter
Page(s) 395-405
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Estimation of heterogeneous reaction rates for stratospheric trace gases with particular reference to the diffusional uptake of HCl and ClONO2 by polar stratospheric clouds   
S. Ghosh, D. Lary, and J. A. Pyle
Page(s) 406-412
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Greenhouse effects of aircraft emissions as calculated by a radiative transfer model   
J. P. F. Fortuin, R. van Dorland, W. M. F. Wauben, and H. Kelder
Page(s) 413-418
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Linear baroclinic instability in the presence of heat inflow from the lower boundary   
M. Fantini
Page(s) 419-426
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Role of the solar main magnetic dipole field in the solar-tropospheric relations. Part I. Semiannual fluctuations in Europe   
T. Baranyi and A. Ludmány
Page(s) 427-436
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Currents and upwelling along the Latium coasts in the Central Tyrrhenian Sea (western Mediterranean)   
V. Rossi and E. Salusti
Page(s) 437-449
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Polar lacuna on ionograms. E- or F-region processes?   
P. Stauning
Page(s) 450-453
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The association of polar mesosphere summer echo layers with tial modes   
P. J. S. Williams, G. O. L. Jones, J. R. Palmer, and H. Rishbeth
Page(s) 454-457
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