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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH1.04 Lightning (co-listed in AS)

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Tsenova, B. D.; Mitzeva, R. P.
The impact of the non-inductive manner of charging on the early stage electrical structure in thunderstorms (withdrawn)

Betz, H. D.; Oettinger, W.P.; Schmidt, K.; Fuchs, B.; Hoeller, H.
Total lightning in the VLF/LF regime: results from LINET with 21 sensor sites and small baselines

Emersic, C.; Saunders, C.
An extension and new interpretations of the Dash theory of the molecular dynamics of vapour growth in the Relative Growth Rate mechanism of thunderstorm charging

Besedina, J. N.; Popel, S. I.
Nano- and microsize particles and Schumann resonances.

Mareev, E.A.; Davydenko, S.S.; Evtushenko, A.A.; Yashunin, S.A.
Lightning flashes in the global atmospheric electric circuit

Bór, J.; Sátori, G.; Price, C.; Greenberg, E.
Comparison of lightning parameters deduced from ELF transients at two separate observatories

Serozhkin, Yu
Lightning in anoxic atmosphere of early Earth

Khaerdinov, N.S.; Lidvansky, A.S.
Generation of elementary particles by thunderclouds

Khaerdinov, N.S.; Lidvansky, A.S.
Variations of intensity of cosmic ray muons due to thunderstorm electric fields

Saba, M.; Ballarotti, M.; Pinto Jr., O.
Negative cloud-to-ground lightning properties and lightning network detection efficiency from high-speed video observations

Ballarotti, M.; Saba, M.; Pinto, O.; Schulz, W.
Probability distribution for natural downward negative lightning parameters based on accurate-stroke-count studies

Campos, L.; Saba, M.; Fatini, A.; Schulz, W.; Ballarotti, M.; Pinto Jr., O.
Preliminary breakdown and leader characteristics from electric field and high-speed video observations

Defer, E.; Schmidt, K.; Betz, H.-D.
Concurrent VLF/LF Lightning observations from ZEUS and LINET networks

Defer, E.; Kotroni, V.; Huntrieser, H.; Betz, H.-D.; Schmidt, K.
Regional ZEUS lightning distribution in Europe and inferred NOx production

Defer, E.; Molinié, G.; Berthelot, R.; Boulanger , V.; Kotroni, V.
ZEUS and Meteosat observations during thunderstorms over Europe and Mediterranean Sea

Chanrion, O.; Enell, C-F; Neubert, T.
Excitation and ionisation of the atmosphere by streamers.

Farges, T.; Blanc, E.; Tanguy, M.
Lightning ionospheric effects during 2003 and 2004 Eurosprite campaigns

van der Velde, O.; Mika, A.; Soula, S.; Haldoupis, C.; Neubert, T.; Inan, U.
Lightning discharge processes generating carrot and column sprites

Neubert, T.; Budtz-Jorgensen, C.; Kuvvetli, I.; Ostgaard, N.; Reglero, V.
The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor (ASIM) for the International Space Station

Antonescu, B; Tanase, A; Stan-Sion, A
Severe storm forecasting based on lightning and radar data – urban areas application

Drüe, C.; Hauf, T.; Finke, U.; Kreyer, O.
Analysis of lightning detection characteristics by comparison of a SAFIR-based and a LPATS-based sensor network

Höller, H.; Betz, D.; Schmidt, K.
LINET lightning observations in different climate regimes

Okubo, K; Yoshida, Y; Takeuchi, N
The CIP analysis of electromagnetic field created by line current

Ólafsson, H; Arason, P
Orographic triggering of a thunderstorm

Bucik, R.; Kudela, K.; Kuznetsov, S. N.; Lopez, L. I.
Observations of Discrete Gamma Ray Pulses Associated with Lightning

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