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2015

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Variations in Mesospheric Neutral Densities from Rayleigh Lidar Observations at Utah State University, David L. Barton, Vincent B. Wickwar, Joshua P. Herron, Leda Sox, and Luis A. Navarro; 27th International Laser Radar Conference, New York, NY

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The Online System for Lidar Data Handling and Real Time Monitoring of Lidar Operations at ALO-USU, Luis Navarro Dominguez, Vincent B. Wickwar, Jose Gamboa, and Marco Milla; 27th International Laser Radar Conference, New York, NY

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Temperature Deviations in the Midlatitude Mesosphere During Stratospheric Warmings As Measured With Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar, Leda Sox, Vincent B. Wickwar, Chad Fish, and Joshua P. Herron; 27th International Laser Radar Conference

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Early Temperatures Observed with the Extremely Sensitive Rayleigh Lidar at Utah State University, Vincent B. Wickwar, Leda Sox, Matthew T. Emerick, Joshua P. Herron, and David L. Barton; 27th International Laser Radar Conference, New York, NY

Events from 2014

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Rayleigh Scatter Lidar Observations of the Midlatitude Mesosphere’s Response to Sudden Stratospheric Warmings, Leda Sox and Vincent Wickwar

2013

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Middle Atmosphere Temperature Results from a New, High-powered, Large-Aperture Rayleigh Lidar, Leda Sox, Vincent B. Wickwar, and Joshua P. Herron; 2013 Utah Space Grant Consortium

2012

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Results from an Extremely Sensitive Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar, Leda Sox and Vincent B. Wickwar; 2012 Rocky Mountain Space Grant Consortium

2007

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The effects of large data gaps on estimating linear trend in autocorrelated data, Troy A. Wynn and Vincent B. Wickwar; Annual Fellowship Symposium of the Rocky Mountain NASA Space Grant Consortium