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VARIATION OF THE TURBOPAUSE LEVEL IN THE POLAR REGIONS
Thermospheric structure: Correlation of mass spectrometry and incoherent-scatter sounding
Results from a day-night pair of rocket flights launched in France in February 1969 to measure neutral composition between 100 and 400 km are analyzed and are compared with data on neutral… Expand
Seasonal and latitudinal variations of turbulence in the lower thermosphere
Abstract The results of author's earlier works on turbopause heights are reexamined. Two different approaches to analysing the [Arr]/[N2] mass-spectrometer measurements are described. The results… Expand
Stimulated emission of energetic particles by plasma-wave discharge in the polar ionosphere
Investigation of atmospheric turbulence by mass spectroscopy
Relative ion composition variation over the dip equator—a comparison of measurements with IRI
Abstract Four ion composition measurements carried out over Thumba, an equatorial station during 1978–1982 in the early morning hours (χ = 70° to 90°) are compared with the appropriate model (IRI,… Expand
Variability of turbopause height at midlatitudes
Simultaneous measurements of electron fluxes and of the composition of neutral atmospheric particles at an altitude of 120-170 km in the polar region
Atomic nitrogen in the upper atmosphere of the polar region.