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  List of Accepted Contributions - ST13 Solar, heliospheric and atmospheric coupling with near-Earth space

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Frank-Kamenetsky, A.V.; Morozov, V.N.; Makarova, L.N.; Shirochkov, A.V.
The influence of local generator of electrical charges produced by the meteorological processes in surface layer of atmosphere on electric field in the polar ionosphere (withdrawn)

Hanuise, C.; Fullekrug, M.; Blanc, E.; Lefeuvre, F.
Towards a global research community in electromagnetic coupling of the atmosphere with near-Earth space

Mironova, I.A.; Usoskin, I.G.; Ponyavin, D.I.
Possible impact of solar and galactic cosmic rays on optical properties of the atmosphere

Makhmutov, V. S.; Bazilevskaya, G. A.; Morzabaev, A.K.
Energy deposition and ionisation in the Earth's atmosphere during powerful solar energetic particle events

Gavryuseva, E.A.
Experimental approach to study the influence of topology and dynamics of solar magnetic field on the heliospheric and magnetospheric perturbations over last 30 years (withdrawn)

Haldoupis, C.; Mika, A. ; Neubert, T.; Inan, U.; Steiner, R. ; Shalimov, S.
“Early” type VLF perturbations observed in relation with sprites and elves during the EuroSprite campaigns

Michalek, G.; Gopalswamy, N.; Yashiro, S.
The space weather forecast using a cone model for halo CMEs

Michalek, G.; Gopalswamy, N. ; Yashiro, S.
The space weather forecast using asymmetry in projected velocities for halo CMEs

Bennett, A.J.; Harrison, R.G.
Global circuit air-Earth conduction current density measurements for solar-terrestrial studies

Usoskin, I.G.; Kovaltsov, G.A.; Korte, M.
Regional cosmic ray induced ionization and geomagnetic field changes

Usoskin, I.G.; Kovaltsov, G.A.
The effect of solar cosmic rays in the atmospheric ionization

Neubert, T.; THE CAL TEAM
Coupling of thunderstorms to the stratosphere, mesosphere and ionosphere

Arnold, F.; Fiedler, V.; Aufmhoff, H.; Schuck, T.; Nau, R.; Pirjola, L.; Jurkat, T.; Reichl, U.; Roiger, A.; Schlager, H.
Cosmic ray induced formation of atmospheric aerosol particles and cloud condensation nuclei: new insights from atmospheric trace gas and ion measurements and laboratory investigations of ion induced nucleation

Aplin, K.L.; Harrison, R.G.
The effect of water vapour upon atmospheric cluster ions

Tyasto, M. I.; Danilova, O. A; Dvornikov, V. M.; Sdobnov, V. E.
A study of cosmic ray cutoff rigidities at disturbed period in November 2004

Chanrion, O.; Neubert, T.
2D axisymmetrical particle modelling of the production of thermal runaways electron by sprite streamers

Fullekrug , M. ; Roussel Dupre, R.
Mesospheric runaway breakdown in LF radio

Vanina-Dart, L.B.
Simultaneous electron concentration profiles from the high-latitude D-region of both poles

Mursula, K.; Martini, D.
A New Verifiable Measure of Centennial Geomagnetic Activity: Modifying the K Index Method for Hourly Data

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