Resolution No.23 (1967): Simultaneous observations with radio-meteor techniques

The IAGA notes with satisfaction the extended use of radio-meteor techniques for the study of the upper atmosphere. Most existing measurements are made at middle latitudes. The IAGA therefore draws attention to the importance for synoptic studies of equatorial and high latitude measurements and, where possible, of simultaneous meteor wind, ionospheric drift, rocket release and other appropriate observations.

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