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Case study of the mesospheric and lower thermospheric effects of solar x-ray flares: Coupled ion-neutral modelling and comparison with EISCAT and riometer measurements

By C.-F. Enell, P.T. Verronen, M.J. Beharrell, J.P. Vierinen, A. Kero, A. Seppälä, F. Honary, T. Ulich and E. Turunen
Year: 2008
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