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2015

SPIE ProceedingsSpace-borne imager of mesospheric gravity waves

Mesospheric gravity waves play important roles in atmospheric circulation and variability. It is meaningful to obtain the features of the mesospheric gravity waves on a global scale, such as the distribution and the sources. However, limited by the field of view, the ground-based instrument can only access some local information. We developed a space-borne imager to observe the global gravity waves by collecting the O2 airglow with TDI (Time Delayed and Integration) method. The function of the imager was testified in our ...

Tu, Cui; Hu, Xiong; Xu, Qingchen; Song, Liang; Li, Hui;

Published by:       Published on: 10/2015

YEAR: 2015     DOI: 10.1117/12.2197894

airglow imaging; gravity wave; mesosphere; space borne; TDI

2014

Climatology of global gravity wave activity and dissipation revealed by SABER/TIMED temperature observations

Gravity wave activity and dissipation in the height range from the low stratosphere to the low thermosphere (25\textendash115 km) covering latitudes between 50\textdegreeS and 50\textdegreeN are statistically studied by using 9-year (January 22, 2002\textendashDecember 31, 2010) SABER/TIMED temperature data. We propose a method to extract realistic gravity wave fluctuations from the temperature profiles and treat square temperature fluctuations as GW activity. Overall, the gravity wave activity generally increases with he ...

Shuai, Jing; Zhang, ShaoDong; Huang, ChunMing; YI, Fan; Huang, KaiMing; Gan, Quan; Gong, Yun;

Published by: Science China Technological Sciences      Published on: 05/2014

YEAR: 2014     DOI: 10.1007/s11431-014-5527-z

climatology; dissipation; gravity wave; middle and high atmosphere; SABER; TIMED



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