Ionization effect in the Earth’s atmosphere during the sequence of October–November 2003 Halloween GLE events

  title={Ionization effect in the Earth’s atmosphere during the sequence of October–November 2003 Halloween GLE events},
  author={Alexander L. Mishev and Peter I. Y. Velinov},
  journal={Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics},
  • A. Mishev, P. Velinov
  • Published 27 October 2020
  • Physics, Environmental Science
  • Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics
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