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Thrane, E. V.; Blix, T. A.; Hall, C.; Hansen, T. L.; von Zahn, U.; Meyer, W.; Czechowsky, P.; Schmidt, G.; Widdel, H.-U.; Neumann, A.: Small Scale Structure and Turbulence in the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere at High Latitudes in Winter. Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics 49, pp. 751 - 762 (1987)
Maekawa, Y.; Aso, T.; Röttger, J.; Czechowsky, P.; Rüster, R.; Schmidt, G.; Hirota, I.; Woodman, R. F.; Kato, S.: A cooperative synchronous observation of winds and tides in the equatorial lower stratosphere and mesosphere using VHF radars at Jicamarca and Arecibo. J. Geomag. Geoelectr. 38, pp. 81 - 97 (1986)
Rüster, R.; Czechowsky, P.; Schmidt, G.; Labitzke, K.: VHF radar observations in the stratosphere and mesosphere during a stratospheric warming. Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics 45, pp. 161 - 168 (1983)
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