Unifying the Validation of Ambient Solar Wind Models

@article{Reiss2022UnifyingTV,
  title={Unifying the Validation of Ambient Solar Wind Models},
  author={Martin A. Reiss and Karin Muglach and R. E. Mullinix and Maria M. Kuznetsova and Chiu P. Wiegand and Manuela Temmer and Charles N. Arge and Sergio Dasso and Shing F. Fung and Jos{\'e} Juan Gonz{\'a}lez Avil{\'e}s and Siegfried Gonzi and Lan K. Jian and Peter J. MacNeice and Christian Mostl and Mathew J. Owens and Barbara Perri and Rui F. Pinto and Lutz Rastatter and Pete Riley and Evangelia Samara and Iswat H1-01 Team Members},
  journal={Advances in Space Research},
  year={2022}
}
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