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Long-term global morphology of gravity wave activity using UARS data
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|Other titles||Long term global morphology of gravity wave activity using UARS data.|
|Statement||principal investigator, Stephen D. Eckermann ; co-investigators, Julio T. Bacmeister, Dong L. Wu.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- CR-206883., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-206883.|
|Contributions||Bacmeister, Julio Tonatiuh., Wu, Dong L., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Get this from a library. Long-term global morphology of gravity wave activity using UARS data: quarterly report, [Stephen D Eckermann; Julio Tonatiuh Bacmeister; Dong L Wu; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. A previous global analysis of wave potential energy using Global Positioning System (GPS) radio occultation (RO) temperature profiles revealed a considerable intense gravity wave activity (WA) at. We use years of Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite data and UK Met Office-analyzed wind and temperature fields to first derive estimates of the gravity-wave mean flow forcing in the stratosphere.
In this study, sensors mounted on a new type of round-trip airborne flat-floating sounding system (RTAFSS) were used to obtain the observation data of the three stages of "rising, flat-floating and falling".
This new sounding method has a good application prospect. We performed spectrum analysis on the normalized temperature fluctuation, and the vertical wavenumber spectrum from the rising and.
A global morphology of gravity wave activity in the stratosphere revealed by the GPS occultation data (GPS/MET). Geophys. Res. Atmos., – [Google Scholar] Ratnam, M.V. Enhancement of gravity wave activity observed during a major Southern Hemisphere stratospheric warming by CHAMP/GPS measurements.
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One of NASA’s flagship Earth science missions, the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS), requested by Congress in and launched incontinues to provide scientists with a better understanding of the linked physical and chemical dynamics of the stratosphere.
1 Weighing 6 metric tons and carrying 10 scientific payloads, the UARS. Further, using COSMIC data on ionospheric parameters, f o F 2 and hmF2 and electron density at fixed altitudes and the SABER temperature data, Pancheva and Mukhtarov diagnosed the global-scale spatial and temporal variability of the approximately day zonally symmetric planetary wave during the Northern winter of / The ionospheric Cited by:.
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