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  List of Accepted Contributions - AS4.01 Dynamics of the Middle Atmosphere

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Calvo, N.; Garcia-Herrera, R.; Garcia, R.; Giorgetta, M.
Vertical propagation of the ENSO signal to the middle atmosphere: a comparison among WACCM and MAECHAM5 GCMs and ERA-40 reanalysis

Zyulyaeva, Y. A.; Gulev, S.K.
Vertical structure of the intensities of synoptic-scale processes over the Northern Hemisphere

Liu, R. Q.; Lu, D. R.
Tide-tide resonant nonlinear interactions in the mid-latitude winter lower thermosphere (withdrawn)

Juckes, M. N.
Ozone, methane and water vapour as seen by MIPAS

Belova, E.; Chilson, P.; Dalin, P.; Ekeberg, J.; Häggström, I.; Kirkwood, S.; Osepian, A.
The nature of VHF radar echoes from the mesosphere

Grassi, B.; Redaelli, G. ; Visconti, G.
Simulation of recent climate change in Antarctic polar region

Haklander, A. J.; Siegmund, P. C.; Kelder, H. M.
Investigating mid-latitude stratospheric wind variations, using the zonal-mean momentum equation

Blum, U.; Fricke, K. H.
Long term lidar observations of temperatures and waves in the polar atmosphere at the Esrange

Warner, CD; Hassler, B
Missing forces and the horizontal refraction of realistic gravity wave spectra

Hassler, B.; Warner, C. D.
Horizontal refraction of gravity waves: An idealised ray tracing study using assimilated stratospheric data

Diettrich, J.C.; Espy, P.J.; Nott, G.J.; Chu, X.; Shanklin, J.D.
Atmospheric temperature structure (0-120 km) at Rothera (Antarctica, 67°S, 68°W): Seasonal Variation

Polzin, K.
How oceanic Rossby waves break: Preliminary results from the Mid-Ocean Dynamics Experiment

Karpechko, A.; Kyro, E.; Knudsen, B.M.
Arctic and Antarctic polar vortices as seen from the ECMWF reanalyses

Hibbins, R.; Espy, P.; Jarvis, M.; Shanklin, J.; Riggin, D.; Fritts, D.; Lübken, F-J.
Seasonal variations in the horizontal wind structure from 0-100 km above Rothera station, Antarctica (67° S, 68° W)

Espy, P.J.; Hibbins, R.E.; Fritts, D.; Riggin, D.
Planetary wave activity in the Antarctic winter mesosphere during 2002 and 2003

Halenka, T.
On the sensitivity of stratospheric circulation on helio-geophysical parameters

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