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ANGEO - Volume 18, Number 3, 2000

Cross-field gradients: general concept, importance of multi-spacecraft measurements and study at 1 AU of the source intensity gradient for E > 30 keV solar event electrons
P. A. Chaizy
Page(s) 263-276
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 323 KB)   


   
Detection of zero anisotropy at 5.2 AU during the November 1998 solar particle event: Ulysses Anisotropy Telescopes observations
S. Dalla and A. Balogh
Page(s) 277-284
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 218 KB)   


   
Semiannual and annual variations in the height of the ionospheric F2-peak
H. Rishbeth, K. J. F. Sedgemore-Schulthess, and T. Ulich
Page(s) 285-299
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 764 KB)   


   
Global empirical wind model for the upper mesosphere/lower thermosphere. I. Prevailing wind
Y. I. Portnyagin and T. V. Solovjova
Page(s) 300-315
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 665 KB)   


   
Wavelet analysis on transient behaviour of tidal amplitude fluctuations observed by meteor radar in the lower thermosphere above Bulgaria
D. Pancheva and P. Mukhtarov
Page(s) 316-331
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 1374 KB)   


   
Total ozone decrease in the Arctic after REP events
V. C. Roldugin, M. I. Beloglazov, and G. F. Remenets
Page(s) 332-336
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 128 KB)   


   
IMPACT: an implicit time integration scheme for chemical species and families
G. D. Carver and P. A. Stott
Page(s) 337-346
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 221 KB)   


   
Interannual signals in length of day and atmospheric angular momentum
R. Abarco del Rio, D. Gambis, and D. A. Salstein
Page(s) 347-364
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 1190 KB)   


   
The WELSONS experiment: overview and presentation of first results on the surface atmospheric boundary-layer in semiarid Spain
J.-P. Frangi and D. C. Richard
Page(s) 365-384
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 1117 KB)   


   
Statistical distributions of water content and sizes for clouds above Europe
R. P. H. Berton
Page(s) 385-397
Abstract   Full Article (PDF, 269 KB)   


   
 

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