PACS numbers

92.60.Pw Atmospheric electricity, lightning 93.85.+q Instrumentation and techniques for geophysical research
  1. G.D. Shabanov “On the possibility of making a natural ball lightning using a new pulse discharge type in the laboratory62 92–107 (2019)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  2. D.I. Iudin, S.S. Davydenko et alPhysics of lightning: new model approaches and prospects of the satellite observations61 766–778 (2018)
    92.60.Pw, 93.85.+q (all)
  3. B.M. Smirnov “Electrical cycle in the Earth’s atmosphere57 1041–1062 (2014)
    92.60.Bh, 92.60.Mt, 92.60.Pw (all)
  4. E.A. Mareev “Global electric circuit research: achievements and prospects53 504–511 (2010)
    92.60.Pw, 93.85.Jk, 94.20.Ss (all)
  5. G.S. Paiva, J.V. Ferreira et alEnergy density calculations for ball-lightning-like luminous silicon balls53 209–213 (2010)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  6. G.D. Shabanov “Lightning ball: experiments on creation and hypotheses (comment on “Energy density calculations for ball-lightning-like luminous silicon balls” by G S Paiva, J V Ferreira, C C Bastos, M V P dos Santos, A C Pavão)53 215–216 (2010)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  7. A.V. Gurevich, A.N. Karashtin et alNonlinear phenomena in the ionospheric plasma. Effects of cosmic rays and runaway breakdown on thunderstorm discharges52 735–745 (2009)
    52.80.−s, 92.60.Pw, 94.20.wq (all)
  8. A.I. Egorov, S.I. Stepanov, G.D. Shabanov “Laboratory demonstration of ball lightning47 99–101 (2004)
    52.80.−s, 92.60.Pw (all)
  9. M.G. Bulatov, Yu.A. Kravtsov et alPhysical mechanisms of aerospace radar imaging of the ocean46 63–79 (2003)
    84.40.Ba, 92.10.Hm, 93.85.+q (all)
  10. A.V. Gurevich, K.P. Zybin “Runaway breakdown and electric discharges in thunderstorms44 1119–1140 (2001)
    52.80.−s, 52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  11. K.D. Sabinin “Oceanological aspects of acoustic thermometry of the Arctic Ocean38 793–797 (1995)
    01.10.Fv, 92.10.Bf, 93.30.Li, 93.85.+q, 43.30.Pc (all)
  12. A.N. Gavrilov, M.M. Slavinskii, A.Yu. Shmelev “Theoretical and experimental investigations of the feasibility of acoustic thermometry of climatic changes in the Arctic Ocean38 797–802 (1995)
    01.10.Fv, 92.10.Bf, 93.30.Li, 93.85.+q, 43.30.Pc (all)
  13. V.A. Blednov “Geomagnetic component measurements on board of a moving ferromagnetic carrier37 921–925 (1994)
    01.10.Fv, 91.25.Ga, 91.25.Le, 93.85.+q (all)
  14. B.M. Smirnov “Long-lived light phenomena in the atmosphere37 517–519 (1994)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw, 93.55.+z (all)
  15. A.Yu. Strizhev “Appendix 1: Principles of statistical treatment of data in data banks37 519–520 (1994)
    93.85.+q, 06.50.-x
  16. B.M. Smirnov “Observational properties of ball lightning35 (8) 650–670 (1992)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw, 52.80.Hc (all)
  17. B.M. Smirnov “Physics of ball lightning33 (4) 261–288 (1990)
    92.60.Pw, 92.60.Vb (all)
  18. B.M. Smirnov “Current problems in ball lightning science33 (4) 309–310 (1990)
    01.30.Vv, 52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  19. V.V. Pikalov, N.G. Preobrazhenskii “Computer-aided tomography and physical experiment26 974–990 (1983)
    42.30.Va, 06.70.Hs, 93.85.+q, 52.70.Kz (all)
  20. A.F. Dravskikh, D.V. Korol’kov et alGlobal phase-stable radiointerferometric systems24 949–976 (1981)
    07.60.Ly, 06.30.Bp, 95.75.Kk, 93.85.+q (all)
  21. I.M. Imyanitov, K.S. Shifrin “Present state of research on atmospheric electricity5 292–322 (1962)
    92.60.Pw, 92.60.Nv, 92.60.Qx (all)
  22. A.F. Kononkov “Mikhail Fedorovich Spasskii — eminent russian physicist and meteorologist of the 19TH century (on his 150th birthday and the 100th anniversary of his death)2 620–623 (1959)
    92.60.hv, 92.60.Ry, 92.60.Pw, 92.60.Nv (all)
  23. L.P. Babich “Thunderous neutrons”, accepted
    92.60.Pw, 24.60.Lz, 25.20.−x (all)
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