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A multi-instrument data analysis toolbox. / Marple, Steve R.; Honary, Farideh.

In: Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research, Vol. 18, 09.2004, p. 120-130.

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Marple, SR & Honary, F 2004, 'A multi-instrument data analysis toolbox', Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research, vol. 18, pp. 120-130.

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Marple, S. R., & Honary, F. (2004). A multi-instrument data analysis toolbox. Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research, 18, 120-130.

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Marple SR, Honary F. A multi-instrument data analysis toolbox. Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research. 2004 Sep;18:120-130.

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Marple, Steve R. ; Honary, Farideh. / A multi-instrument data analysis toolbox. In: Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research. 2004 ; Vol. 18. pp. 120-130.

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