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Could negative ion production explain the polar mesosphere winter echo (PMWE) modulation in active HF heating experiments?

By A. Kero, C.-F. Enell, A.J. Kavanagh, J. Vierinen, I. Virtanen and E. Turunen
Year: 2008
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