Vincent B. Wickwar
Vincent B. Wickwar
Professor of Physics, CASS, Utah State University
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Revised global model of thermosphere winds using satellite and ground‐based observations
AE Hedin, MA Biondi, RG Burnside, G Hernandez, RM Johnson, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 96 (A5), 7657-7688, 1991
Ion temperature in the upper atmosphere
PM Banks
Journal of Geophysical Research 72 (13), 3365-3385, 1967
Telescope array experiment
H Kawai, S Yoshida, H Yoshii, K Tanaka, F Cohen, M Fukushima, ...
Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements), 221-226, 2008
Thermospheric dynamics during September 18–19, 1984: 2. Validation of the NCAR thermospheric general circulation model
G Crowley, BA Emery, RG Roble, HC Carlson Jr, JE Salah, VB Wickwar, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 94 (A12), 16945-16959, 1989
Observations of fluxes of suprathermal electrons accelerated by HF excited instabilities
HC Carlson, VB Wickwar, GP Mantas
Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics 44 (12), 1089-1100, 1982
The OO Collision Cross-Section: Can It Be Inferred from Aeronomical Measurements?
RG Burnside, CA Tipley, VB Wickwar
Annales Geophysicae Series A: Upper Atmosphere and Space Sciences 5 (6), 343, 1987
Particle size distribution of organic primary and secondary aerosol constituents in urban, background marine, and forest atmosphere
IG Kavouras, EG Stephanou
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (D8), AAC 7-1-AAC 7-12, 2002
A photochemical equilibrium model for ionospheric conductivity
CE Rasmussen, RW Schunk, VB Wickwar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 93 (A9), 9831-9840, 1988
Elevated electron temperatures in the auroral E layer measured with the Chatanika radar
VB Wickwar, C Lathuillere, W Kofman, G Lejeune
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 86 (A6), 4721-4730, 1981
Lower-Thermospheric Winds at High Latitude
RM Johnson, VB Wickwar, RG Roble, JG Luhmann
Annales Geophysicae 5 (6), 383, 1987
Observed coupling of the mesosphere inversion layer to the thermal tidal structure
JW Meriwether, X Gao, VB Wickwar, T Wilkerson, K Beissner, S Collins, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 25 (9), 1479-1482, 1998
Auroral energy input from energetic electrons and Joule heating at Chatanika
VB Wickwar, MJ Baron, RD Sears
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (31), 4364-4367, 1975
The meridional thermospheric neutral wind measured by radar and optical techniques in the auroral region
VB Wickwar, JW Meriwether Jr, PB Hays, AF Nagy
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 89 (A12), 10987-10998, 1984
Optical and radar characterization of a short‐lived auroral event at high latitude
AV Jones, RL Gattinger, P Shih, JW Meriwether, VB Wickwar, J Kelly
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 92 (A5), 4575-4589, 1987
Observation of interplanetary magnetic field and of ionospheric plasma convection in the vicinity of the dayside polar cleft
CR Clauer, PM Banks, AQ Smith, TS Jorgensen, E Friis‐Christensen, ...
Geophysical research letters 11 (9), 891-894, 1984
Plasma characteristics of polar cap F‐layer arcs
HC Carlson Jr, VB Wickwar, EJ Weber, J Buchau, JG Moore, W Whiting
Geophysical Research Letters 11 (9), 895-898, 1984
Radar measurements of high‐latitude ion composition between 140 and 300 km altitude
JD Kelly, VB Wickwar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 86 (A9), 7617-7626, 1981
Visual and lidar observations of noctilucent clouds above Logan, Utah, at 41.7 N
VB Wickwar, MJ Taylor, JP Herron, BA Martineau
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (D7), ACL 2-1-ACL 2-6, 2002
Universal time dependence of nighttime F region densities at high latitudes
O De la Beaujardiere, VB Wickwar, G Caudal, JM Holt, JD Craven, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 90 (A5), 4319-4332, 1985
High‐resolution studies of atmosphere‐ionosphere coupling at Arecibo Observatory, Puerto Rico
FT Djuth, MP Sulzer, JH Elder, VB Wickwar
Radio Science 32 (6), 2321-2344, 1997
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