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@Article{PaulinoTVWSMBG:2012:FoRaMe,
               author = "Paulino, Igo and Takahashi, H. and Vadas, S. L. and Wrasse, C M 
                         and Sobral, Jose Humberto Andrade and Medeiros, A. F. and Buriti, 
                         R. A. and Gobbi, D.",
          affiliation = "{} and {} and {} and {} and {Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas 
                         Espaciais (INPE)}",
                title = "Forward ray-tracing for medium-scale gravity waves observed during 
                         the COPEX campaign",
              journal = "Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics",
                 year = "2012",
               volume = "90-91",
                pages = "117--123",
                 note = "{Setores de Atividade: Pesquisa e desenvolvimento 
                         cient{\'{\i}}fico.} and {Informa{\c{c}}{\~o}es Adicionais: 
                         Acceptance letter:} and {} and {} and {} and {-------- Original 
                         Message --------} and Subject: ATP2988R1, Editor decision, 
                         accepted and {Date: 10 Aug 2012 06:10:53 +0100} and {From: J. 
                         Atmos. Solar-Terrestr. Phys. <atp-eo@elsevier.com>} and {To: 
                         igo@dae.inpe.br} and {} and {} and {Dear Dr. Paulino} and {} and 
                         {I am pleased to inform you that the manuscript {"}Forward 
                         ray-tracing for medium-scale gravity waves observed during the 
                         COPEX campaign{"} (Dr. Igo Paulino) has now been accepted by the 
                         editor for publication.} and {} and {Your manuscript will soon be 
                         passed to the production department for further handling. Then you 
                         will receive further notice.} and {} and {Thank you for 
                         considering our journal for the publication of your research.} and 
                         {} and {Kind regards} and {For the Editor} and {} and Kreeti 
                         Saravanan, Journal Manager and {Journal of Atmospheric and 
                         Solar-Terrestrial Physics} and {} and {} and {Reviewer #3: The 
                         authors have well revised the previously submitted manuscript. 
                         This paper is} and almost ready for publication. However, please 
                         consider the following minor comments and {before its 
                         publication.} and {} and p5-6 and In equation (1) and (2), the 
                         authors use Pr (Prandtl number). and {Please show the value used 
                         in the calculations.} and {This may be important for describing 
                         the feature of turbulence} and {in the MLT region.} and {} and {p9 
                         line 3} and {{"}(HWM-07 Drob et al){"}} and {The publication year 
                         should be included. In the reference list} and {I cannot find out 
                         the year.} and {} and {p9 line 11} and {{"}SABER temperature 
                         profile{"} -->{"}SABER temperature profiles{"}} and {} and {p12 
                         line 8} and {It seems to be better to add Hedin et al. (1996) to 
                         the} and {references of HWM-93.} and {} and In Acknowledgment, 
                         HWM-07 should be added in the same way and {as HWM-93 and 
                         TIE-GCM.} and {} and .",
             keywords = "aeronomia, ray tracing, atmospheric gravity waver.",
             abstract = "Medium-scale gravity waves (MSGWs) observed during the Conjugate 
                         Point Experiment (COPEX) at Boa Vista (2.8N; 60.7S, dip angle 
                         21.7) have been ray-traced and studied based on zero wind and 
                         model wind conditions. Wind profiles have been used from the 
                         TIE-GCM and HWM-07 models. Temperature profiles were used from the 
                         NRLMSISE-00 and TIE-GCM models, and TIMED/SABER satellite data. 
                         Doppler up-shifted MSGWs, at ~87 km of altitude, propagated to 
                         higher altitudes into the thermosphereionosphere domain than waves 
                         that were un-shifted. Most MSGWs propagated upwards up to ~140 km 
                         of altitude and were seen to be unlikely candidates to trigger 
                         equatorial plasma bubbles (EPBs) at the F layer bottom side. 
                         However, three of them propagated up to heights close to the F 
                         layer bottom side, where it could act in the EPB seeding directly. 
                         Moreover, three MSGWs, which propagated equatorward, could act on 
                         EPB seeding by field-line-integrated effects.",
                  doi = "10.1016/j.jastp.2012.08.006",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jastp.2012.08.006",
                 issn = "1364-6826",
                label = "lattes: 6775918052021463 5 PaulinoTVWSMBG:2012:FoRaMe",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "1-s2.0-S136468261200212X-main.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "15 jan. 2021"
}


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