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2007

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Observations of a noctilucent cloud above Logan, Utah (41.7°N, 111.8°W) in 1995, J P. Herron, Vincent B. Wickwar, P J. Espy, and J W. Merriwether; Journal of Geophysical Research

2002

High-Resolution Spectra of Atmospheric Water Vapor in the Near-IR using a Raman-Shifted Alexandrite Laser, M R. Hammond, T D. Wilkerson, and Vincent V. Wickwar; Lidar Remote Sensing for Industry and Environment Monitoring II

Lidar Observations of Stratospheric-Mesospheric Density Structure and its Climatology at Logan, Utah, R D. Sears and Vincent B. Wickwar; Laser Radar: Ranging and Atmospheric Lidar Techniques III

2001

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Retrieval and Validation of Mesospheric Temperatures from Wind Imaging Interferometer Observations, M G. Shepherd, B Reid, S Zhang, B H. Solheim, G G. Shepherd, Vincent B. Wickwar, and J P. Herron; Journal of Geophysical Research

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Mesospheric Temperature Observationsat the USU / CASS Atmospheric Lidar Observatory (ALO), Vincent B. Wickwar, T D. Wilkerson, M Hammond, and Joshua P. Herron; Proceedings of the SPIE: Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Environment, and Space

2000

Mesospheric Temperature Profiles Determined from Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar Observations above Logan, Utah: 2. Temperature Results and Comparisons, Vincent B. Wickwar, K C. Beissner, S C. Collins, T D. Wilkerson, and J W. Meriwether jr.; Mesospheric Temperature Profiles Determined from Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar Observations above Logan, Utah: 2. Temperature Results and Comparisons

Mesospheric Temperature Profiles Determined from Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar Observations above Logan, Utah: 1. Instrumentation and Technique, Vincent B. Wickwar, K C. Beissner, S Elkington, S C. Collins, T D. Wilkerson, J W. Meriwether jr., and X Gao; Mesospheric Temperature Profiles Determined from Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar Observations above Logan, Utah: 1. Instrumentation and Technique

O(1D) Intensities and Winds at Bear Lake Observatory During Periods of Moderate Magnetic Activity—Initial Results, Vincent B. Wickwar, C M. Vadnais, I K. Monson, and D Rees; O(1D) Intensities and Winds at Bear Lake Observatory During Periods of Moderate Magnetic Activity—Initial Results

1999

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Ionospheric and Thermospheric Couplings: Vertical, Latitudinal, and Longitudinal, Vincent B. Wickwar and H C. Carlson; Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics

1998

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Rayleigh Lidar Measurements of the Temporal Frequency and Vertical Wavenumber Spectra in the Mesosphere over the Rocky Mountain Region, X Gao, J W. Meriwether, Vincent B. Wickwar, T D. Wilkerson, and S C. Collins; Journal of Geophysical Research

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Observed Coupling of the Mesosphere Inversion Layer to the Thermal Tidal Structure, J W. Meriwether, X Gao, Vincent B. Wickwar, T D. Wilkerson, K C. Beissner, S C. Collins, and M E. Hagan; Geophysical Research Letters

Increased Capabilities for Conventional Lidars using Holographic Optics, T D. Wilkerson, M Hammond, and Vincent B. Wickwar; Nineteenth International Laser Radar Conference

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Solving the Navier-Stokes Systems with Weak Viscosity and Strong Heat Conduction using the Flux-Corrected TransportTtechnique and the Alternating-Directional Explicit Method, L Zhou, Vincent B. Wickwar, and R W. Schunk; Journal of Computational Physics

1997

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Seasonal and Diurnal Variations of Temperature near the Mesopause from Fabry-Perot Interferometer Observations of OH Meinel Emissions, G H. Choi, I K. Monson, Vincent B. Wickwar, and D Rees; Advanced in Space Research

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Seasonal Variations of Temperature near the Mesopause from Fabry-Perot Interferometer Observations of OH Meinel Emissions, G H. Choi, I K. Monson, Vincent B. Wickwar, and D Rees; Advances in Space Research

The Alexandrite Ring Laser: A Spectrally Narrow Lidar Light Source for Atmospheric Fluorescence and Absorption Observations, S C. Collins, T D. Wilkerson, Vincent B. Wickwar, D Rees, J C. Walling, and D F. Heller; Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing with Lidar

Multi-Dimensional Power Spectral Analysis of Structure in the Stratosphere and Mesosphere Observed by Rayleigh Scatter Lidar, R D. Sears, T D. Wilkerson, Vincent B. Wickwar, J M. Maloney, and S C. Collins; Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing with Lidar

Mesospheric Temperature Profiles Determined from Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar Observations above Logan, Utah, Vincent B. Wickwar, K C. Beissener, S Elkington, S C. Collins, T D. Wilkerson, J W. Meriwether jr., and X Gao; Mesospheric Temperature Profiles Determined from Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar Observations above Logan, Utah

Wind Climatology at 87 km above the Rocky Mountains at Bear Lake Observatory—Fabry-Perot Observations of OH, Vincent B. Wickwar, I K. Monson, C M. Vadnais, and D Rees; Wind Climatology at 87 km above the Rocky Mountains at Bear Lake Observatory—Fabry-Perot Observations of OH

1996

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Resonance Lidar to Study Temperatures, Winds, and Metal Densities in the Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere, Vincent B. Wickwar, T D. Wilkerson, D Rees, and S C. Collins; The CEDAR Post

Real Geomagnetic Field-Line Tracing, L Zhou and Vincent B. Wickwar; Geomagnetism Atmosphere Space Researches and Applications

1995

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First Summer Results on Winds in the Upper Mesosphere Derived from the 843 nm Hydroxyl Emissions Measured from the Bear Lake Observatory, Utah, S A. East, N P. Meridith, M J. Harris, D Rees, Vincent B. Wickwar, I K. Monson, and H G. Muller; Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics

Spaceborne Incoherent Doppler Wind Lidar: Reassessment of the UV System, D Rees, J A. McKay, T D. Wilkerson, and Vincent B. Wickwar; Proceedings of ESA Doppler Wind Workshop

The Consortium Lidar: Results and Facilities Present and Planned, Vincent B. Wickwar, T D. Wilkerson, J W. Meriwether jr., and D Rees; Optical Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere