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Aug-2011Global (50°S–50°N) distribution of water vapor observed by COSMIC GPS RO: Comparison with GPS radiosonde, NCEP, ERA-Interim, and JRA-25 reanalysis data setsKishore, P; Venkat Ratnam, M; Namboothiri, SP; Velicogna, I; Basha, G; Jiang, JH; Igarashi, K; Rao, SVB; Sivakumar, V
4-Feb-2009Global temperature estimates in the troposphere and stratosphere: a validation study of COSMIC/FORMOSAT-3 measurementsKishore, P; Namboothiri, SP; Jiang, JH; Sivakumar, V; Igarashi, K
Nov-2008LIDAR for atmosphere research over AfricaSivakumar, V; Moema, D; Bollig, C; Sharma, A; Mbatha, N; Malinga, S; Mengistu, G; Bencherif, H; Keckhut, P
Jul-2006Lidar observation of middle atmospheric gravity wave activity over a southern sub-tropical station, Reunion Island (21°S; 55°E)Sivakumar, V; Bencherif, H; Faduilhe, D
Oct-2009Lidar observations of sodium layer over low latitude, Gadanki (13.5° N, 79.2° E): seasonal and nocturnal variationsPrasanth, PV; Sivakumar, V; Sridharan, S; Kumar, YB; Bencherif, H; Rao, DN
2009Mean ozone and water vapour height profiles for Southern hemisphere region using radiosonde or ozonesonde and haloe satelite dataSivakumar, V; Gizaw Mengistu, DT; Botai, OJ
2009Multi-scale organization of water vapor over low and mid-tropical AfricaBotai, OJ; Sivakumar, V; Combrinck, CL; Rautenbach, CJD
Jul-2006NOMAD and the usage of Megha-Tropique data-productsSivakumar, V
Sep-2010On the use of a regression model for trend estimates from ground-based atmospheric observations in the Southern hemisphereBencherif, H; Begue, NM; Diab, CR; Sivakumar, V; Keckhut, P
2011Rayleigh LIDAR and satellite (HALOE, SABER, CHAMP and COSMIC) measurements of stratosphere-mesosphere temperature over a southern sub-tropical site, Reunion (20.8° S; 55.5° E): climatology and comparison studySivakumar, V; Vishnu Prasanth, P; Kishore, P; Bencherif, H; Keckhut, P
Aug-2007Rayleigh LiDAR investigation of stratospheric sudden warming over a low latitude station, Gadanki (13.5ºN; 79.2ºE) – a statistical studyCharyulu, DV; Sivakumar, V; Bencherif, H; Narayano Rao, D
Jul-2006Rayleigh lidar investigation of sudden stratospheric warming observed over northern and southern hemisphere stationsSivakumar, V; Bencherif, H; Acharyulu, DV; Hauchecorne, A; Rao, DN; Sharma, S; Rao, PB
Sep-2006Rayleigh lidar observations of double stratopause structure over three different northern hemisphere stationsSivakumar, V; Bencherif, H; Hauchecorne, A; Keckhut, P; Rao, DN; Sharma, S; Chandra, H; Jayaraman, A; Rao, PB
Jul-2011Retrieval of atmospheric boundary layer height by CSIR NLC mobile LIDAR, Pretoria (25.5° S; 28.2° E), South AfricaSivakumar, V; Sharma, A; Bollig, C
Sep-2009Retrieval of relative humidity from CSIR-NLC mobile LIDAR backscatter measurementsTesfaye, M; Sivakumar, V; Botai, J; Moema, D; Sharma, A; Bollig, C; Hannes Rautenbach, CJ deW; Mengistu, G
Jul-2012A review of the mobile LIDAR system developed at the CSIR and a proposed improvement of the systemShikwambana, L; Sivakumar, V; Sharma, A
Sep-2013Solar ultraviolet radiation measurements at South African and Reunion Island Coastal Sites: An indicator of public sun protectionWright, CY; Brogniez, C; Ncongwane, KP; Sivakumar, V; Coetzee, G; Metzger, J-M; Auriol, F; Deroo, C; Sauvage, B
Apr-2006Statistical characteristics of sudden stratospheric warming as observed over the observatoire de Haute Provence (44°N, 6°E) during the 1981-2001 periodSivakumar, V; Bencherif, H
Sep-2011Stratospheric ozone transboundary transport to upper troposphere North AfricaTure, K; Tsidu, GM; Sivakumar, V
Sep-2011Study of stable atmospheric boundary layer characterization over highveld region of South AfricaLuhunga, P; Djolov, G; Sivakumar, V
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