Influence of large-scale variations in convective available potential energy (CAPE) and solar cycle over temperature in the tropopause region at Delhi (28.3°N, 77.1°E), Kolkata (22.3°N, 88.2°E), Cochin (10°N, 77°E), and Trivandrum (8.5°N, 77.0°E) using radiosonde during 1980-2005

S. K. Dhaka, R. Sapra, V. Panwar, A. Goel, R. Bhatnagar, M. Kaur, T. K. Mandal, A. R. Jain, H. Y. Chun

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