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  1. New Insights into the Convective System Characteristics Over the Indian Summer Monsoon Region Using Space-Based Passive and Active Remote Sensing Techniques†
  2. Local Time Dependence of the Thermal Structure in the Venusian Equatorial Upper Atmosphere: Comparison of Akatsuki Radio Occultation Measurements and GCM Results
  3. Impact of Sudden Stratospheric Warming of 2009 on the Equatorial and Low-Latitude Ionosphere of the Indian Longitudes: A Case Study
  4. Mesosphere and lower thermosphere zonal wind variations over low latitudes: Relation to local stratospheric zonal winds and global circulation anomalies
  5. A discussion on the methods of extracting gravity wave perturbations from space‐based measurements
  6. First observations of quasi 120 day oscillation in Mesospheric winds and temperature: Observations inferred from Meteor Radar
  7. Delayed effects of annular solar eclipse of 15 January 2010 on the tropospheric and lower stratospheric winds along the eclipse path
  8. Aura-MLS Observations of Water Vapor Entering the Stratosphere over the Northern Bay of Bengal and East Equatorial Indian Ocean
  9. The concept of wave‐turbopause layer and its signature in the global mesosphere‐lower thermospheric gravity wave activity
  10. Variability in tropopause height and its temperature on different time scales: An observational study over Banqiao, Taiwan
  11. A discussion on the assumption of ambipolar diffusion of meteor trails in the Earth’s upper atmosphere
  12. TIMED/SABER observations of global gravity wave climatology and their interannual variability from stratosphere to mesosphere lower thermosphere
  13. Variability of mesopause temperature derived from two independent methods using meteor radar and its comparison with SABER and EOS MLS and a collocated multi-wavelength dayglow photometer over an equatorial station, Thumba (8.5° N, 76.5° E)
  14. Meteor radar observations of short-term variability of quasi 2 day waves and their interaction with tides and planetary waves in the mesosphere–lower thermosphere region over Thumba (8.5°N, 77°E)
  15. Meteor radar measurements of MLT winds near the equatorial electro jet region over Thumba (8.5° N, 77° E): comparison with TIDI observations
  16. New insights into the stratospheric and mesosphere-lower thermospheric ozone response to the abrupt changes in solar forcing
  17. TIMED/SABER observations of global cold point mesopause variability at diurnal and planetary wave scales
  18. VHF radar observed characteristics of convectively generated gravity waves during wet and dry spells of Indian summer monsoon
  19. Simultaneous observations of SAO and QBO in winds, temperature and ozone in the tropical middle atmosphere over Thumba (8.5°N, 77°E)
  20. MST radar investigation on inertia-gravity waves associated with tropical depression in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere over Gadanki (13.5°N, 79.2°E)
  21. Seasonal and diurnal variation of convective available potential energy (CAPE) using COSMIC/FORMOSAT‐3 observations over the tropics
  22. Reply to comment by R. Dhanya and S. Gurubaran on “Initial results from SKiYMET meteor radar at Thumba (8.5°N, 77°E): 1. Comparison of wind measurements with MF spaced antenna radar system”
  23. Retrieval of static stability parameter from the radiosonde/rawinsonde ascent rate profiles: a wavelet approach
  24. Meteor wind radar observations of tidal amplitudes over a low-latitude station Trivandrum (8.5°N, 77°E): Interannual variability and the effect of background wind on diurnal tidal amplitudes
  25. Diurnal variability of the tropical tropopause: Significance of VHF radar measurements
  26. Determination of day‐time OH emission heights using simultaneous meteor radar, day‐glow photometer and TIMED/SABER observations over Thumba (8.5°N, 77°E)
  27. Meteor radar observations of short‐term tidal variabilities in the low‐latitude mesosphere‐lower thermosphere: Evidence for nonlinear wave‐wave interactions
  28. Meteor wind radar observations of gravity wave momentum fluxes and their forcing toward the Mesospheric Semiannual Oscillation
  29. Quantification of gravity wave forcing in driving the stratospheric Quasi‐Biennial Oscillation
  30. Initial results from SKiYMET meteor radar at Thumba (8.5°N, 77°E): 1. Comparison of wind measurements with MF spaced antenna radar system
  31. Initial results from SKiYMET meteor radar at Thumba (8.5°N, 77°E): 2. Gravity wave observations in the MLT region
  32. Temperature profiles in the MLT region using radar‐meteor trail decay times: Comparison with TIMED/SABER observations
  33. A quantitative study on the role of gravity waves in driving the tropical Stratospheric Semiannual Oscillation
  34. On the tropospheric origin of Mesosphere Lower Thermosphere region intraseasonal wind variability
  35. VHF radar investigations on the role of mechanical oscillator effect in exciting convectively generated gravity waves
  36. L band wind profiler observations of convective boundary layer over Gadanki, India (13.5°N, 79.2°E)
  37. VHF radar observations of convectively generated gravity waves: Some new insights
  38. VHF radar observations of weak echo regions in tropical mesoscale convective systems