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  List of Accepted Contributions - AS4.02 Impacts of Meteors on the Atmosphere

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Kasatkina, E.A.; Shumilov, O.I.
Some atmospheric and magnetospheric effects possibly related to the Vitim bolide impact (withdrawn)

dos Santos , D.; Pretto, T. B.; Batista, P. P.; Clemesha, B. R.; Schuch, N. J.
A new meteor radar operating at Santa Maria, Brazil (29.7°S, 53.7°W)

Friedman, J. S.; Höffner, J.
The mesospheric metal layer topside: A direct measure of meteoric input?

Popova, O.
Ablation of meteoroids.

Sinnhuber, M.; Aikin, A.; Burrows, J.P.; Scharringhausen, M.
Global distribution and variability of mesospheric Mg+

Janches, D.; Chau, J.L.; Palo, S.E.; Avery, S.K. ; Avery, J.P.; Lau, E.M.
Modeling the micrometeor influx into the Mesosphere/Lower Thermosphere using radar measurements

Abe, S.; Borovicka, J.; Sugimoto, S.; Yamamoto, M.
Atomic and Molecular Phases of Persistent Train by Spectroscopic Observation

Pellinen-Wannberg, A.
Dust character footprint in high resolution radar and imager meteor observations

Gabrielli, P.; Plane, J.M.C; Boutron, C.F.; Hong, S.; Petit, J.R.; Barbante, C.
Meteoric smoke in polar ice cores

Saunders, R.; Plane, J.
Compositional Analysis and Optical Properties of Laboratory Simulated Meteor Smoke

Rapp, M. ; Strelnikova, I.; Lübken, F.-J.; Friedrich, M.; Fricke, K. H.; Blum, U.; Gumbel, J.; Hedin, J.; Megner, L.
In situ observations of charged particles in the polar winter mesosphere: first results

Aikin, A. C.; Grebowsky, J. M.; Correira, J.
Satellite measurements of the temporal variations of atmospheric metal layer content

Plane, J. M.; Fan, Z.; Vondrak, T.; Gumbel, J. ; Llewellyn, E. J.
First observations of the global sodium layer

Murray, B. J.; Plane, J.M.C; Chu, X.; Gardner, C. S.
The Meteoric Metal Layers and Mesospheric Ice Clouds

Jenniskens, P.; Vaubaillon, J.; Lyytinen, E.
Meteor showers and storms in the next fifty years

Szasz, C.; Kero, J.; Pellinen-Wannberg, A.; Wannberg, G.; Westman, A.
Characteristics of the EISCAT radar meteor echoes

Gumbel, J.; Waldemarsson, T.; Giovane, F.; Khaplanov, M.; The MAGIC Team
The MAGIC rocket campaign: meteoric smoke particles in the mesosphere

Dyrud, L; Oppeneim, M; Urbina, J; Kudeki, E; Close, S; Dimant, Y
Modeling large-aperture radar observations of meteors

Singer, W.; Batista, P.P.; Fuller, B.; Latteck, R.
Diurnal and annual variations of meteor rates at high, middle, and low latitudes

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