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BIBLIOGRAFÍA DE LA INVESTIGACIÓN DE CENTELLAS 1970-1999 (in roman type)

Geert C. Dijkhuis, ZSC & Convectron N.V., Terneuzen, The Netherlands

1. Monographs

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BARRY J.D. Ball Lightning and Bead Lightning, Plenum Press, New York, 1981.
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COLEMAN, P.F. Ball Lightning – A Scientific Mystery Explained. Fireshine Press, New Zealand, 1998.
2. Review articles
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3. Proceedings
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