Articles | Volume 33, issue 1
Ann. Geophys., 33, 129–135, 2015
Ann. Geophys., 33, 129–135, 2015

Regular paper 28 Jan 2015

Regular paper | 28 Jan 2015

Three-dimensional morphology of equatorial plasma bubbles deduced from measurements onboard CHAMP

J. Park et al.

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