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Global rural temperature trends

Journal Article published 1 Feb 1999 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 26 issue 3 on pages 329 to 332

Authors: Thomas C. Peterson, Kevin P. Gallo, Jay Lawrimore, Timothy W. Owen, Alex Huang, David A. McKittrick

Measurements of H2O2and HNO3in rural air

Journal Article published May 1979 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 6 issue 5 on pages 375 to 378

Authors: Thomas J. Kelly, Donald H. Stedman, Gregory L. Kok

Long-path absorption measurements of tropospheric NO2in rural New Zealand

Journal Article published Jan 1984 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 11 issue 1 on pages 69 to 72

Authors: P. V. Johnston, R. L. McKenzie

Importance of dew in controlling the air-surface exchange of HONO in rural forested environments

Journal Article published 2006 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 33 issue 2

Authors: Yi He, Xianliang Zhou, Jian Hou, Honglian Gao, Steven B. Bertman

Altitude development of postmidnightFregion field-aligned irregularities observed using Equatorial Atmosphere Radar in Indonesia

Journal Article published 13 Feb 2016 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 43 issue 3 on pages 1015 to 1022

Research funded by Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (25302007, 15H02135, 15H05815) | Leadership Development Program for Space Exploration and Research, Nagoya University

Authors: Tam Dao, Yuichi Otsuka, Kazuo Shiokawa, S. Tulasi Ram, Mamoru Yamamoto

Glacierized headwater streams as aquifer recharge corridors, subarctic Alaska

Journal Article published 15 Jul 2017 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 44 issue 13 on pages 6876 to 6885

Research funded by Alaska University Transportation Center | Department of Defence, SERDP (RC-2110) | Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities | Engineer Research and Development Center | Department of Defense's Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (RC-2110) | Engineer Research and Development Center's Center Directed Research and Army Basic Research (6.1) programs | Pacific Northwest Transportation Consortium | National Institutes for Water Resources | Arctic System Science Program (National Science Foundation (1304905) | Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy | USGS Climate Research and Development Program | U.S. Geological Survey | National Science Foundation (1304905)

Authors: A. K. Liljedahl, A. Gädeke, S. O'Neel, T. A. Gatesman, T. A. Douglas

Development of a strong shock in the outer heliosphere

Journal Article published Apr 2002 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 29 issue 8 on pages 22-1 to 22-4

Authors: C. Wang, J. D. Richardson

A constitutive model for layer development in shear zones near the brittle-ductile transition

Journal Article published Apr 2007 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 34 issue 8

Authors: Laurent G. J. Montési

Factors responsible for the vertical development of tropical oceanic cumulus convection

Journal Article published Jun 2004 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 31 issue 11 on pages n/a to n/a

Authors: Tetsuya Takemi, Osamu Hirayama, Changhai Liu

Bed load transport monitoring using seismic observations in a low-gradient rural gravel bed stream

Journal Article published 9 Apr 2015 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 42 issue 7 on pages 2294 to 2301

Research funded by National Research Fund, Luxembourg (BEDLOAD C11/SR/1158445)

Authors: Julien Barrière, Adrien Oth, Renaud Hostache, Andreas Krein

Single spots, unipolar magnetic regions, and pairs of spots: 2. The development of sunspot pairs and the Hale boundary

Journal Article published 17 Apr 2015 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 42 issue 8 on pages 2571 to 2576

Research funded by International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Authors: Syun-Ichi Akasofu

Three-dimensional development of front region of plasma jets generated by magnetic reconnection

Journal Article published 26 Aug 2016 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 43 issue 16 on pages 8356 to 8364

Research funded by Austrian Research Fund (FWF) (I2016-N20)

Authors: T. K. M. Nakamura, R. Nakamura, W. Baumjohann, T. Umeda, I. Shinohara

Causes and development of repeated Arctic Ocean warming events

Journal Article published 2003 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 30 issue 19

Authors: Rüdiger Gerdes

The influence of water on the development of lattice preferred orientation in olivine aggregates

Journal Article published 2002 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 29 issue 12

Authors: É. Kaminski

Tropical sea surface temperature, vertical wind shear, and hurricane development

Journal Article published 13 Jan 2007 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 34 issue 1

Authors: M. Latif, N. Keenlyside, J. Bader

A model for crystal development in dry snow

Journal Article published Nov 1982 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 9 issue 11 on pages 1287 to 1289

Authors: E. E. Adams, R. L. Brown

Midlatitude convection electric fields and their relation to ring current development

Journal Article published Mar 1978 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 5 issue 3 on pages 203 to 206

Authors: Michel Blanc

The development of residual stress in cooling rock bodies

Journal Article published Aug 1978 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 5 issue 8 on pages 633 to 636

Authors: William Z. Savage

Downstream development and Kona low genesis

Journal Article published 23 Oct 2008 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 35 issue 20

Authors: R. W. Moore, O. Martius, H. C. Davies

The effect of crack orientation on the nonlinear interaction of a P wave with an S wave

Journal Article published 20 Jun 2016 in Geophysical Research Letters volume 43 issue 12 on pages 6146 to 6152

Research funded by Weatherford | National Natural Science Foundation of China (41430322) | Chevron | Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada | Research and Development Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador | Hibernia Development and Management Corporation

Authors: J. A. TenCate, A. E. Malcolm, X. Feng, M. C. Fehler