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Evidence at mesospheric altitude of deeply propagating atmospheric gravity waves created by orographic forcing over the Auckland Islands (50.7°S) during the DEEPWAVE project
AGU Fall meeting
  • Pierre-Dominique Pautet, Utah State University
  • Jun Ma, Computational Physics, Inc.
  • Michael J. Taylor, Utah State University
  • Katrina Bossert, GATS, Inc.
  • James D. Doyle, Marine Meteorology Division, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, California
  • Stephen D. Eckermann, Space Science Division, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.
  • Bifford P. Williams, GATS, Inc.
  • David C. Fritts, GATS, Inc.
Document Type
Presentation
Publisher
American Geophysical Union
Location
San Francisco, CA
Publication Date
12-15-2014
Disciplines
Citation Information
Pautet P.-D., Ma J., Taylor M.J., Bossert K., Doyle J.D., Eckermann S.D., Williams B.P., and Fritts D.C., Evidence at mesospheric altitude of deeply propagating atmospheric gravity waves created by orographic forcing over the Auckland Islands (50.7°S) during the DEEPWAVE project, Oral presentation, AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, 15-19 December, 2014