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Reference TypeJournal Article
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Secondary KeyINPE--PRE/
DOI10.1029/2011JD016651
ISSN0148-0227
2156-2202
Citation KeyFrittsJaLiHoBaLe:2012:CoCoMe
TitleDrake Antarctic Agile Meteor Radar (DrAAMER) First results: Configuration and comparison of mean and tidal wind and gravity wave momentum flux measurements with SAAMER
ProjectNSF[OPP-0839084, ATM-0634650]; Secretaria for the Interministerial Commission of Sea Resources (SECIRM); Brazilian Antarctic Program (PROANTAR); National Institute for Science and Technology; Antarctic Environmental Research (INCT-APA); ATMANTAR/MCT/CNPq, FAPERJ; FAPESP[2010/06608-2]
Year2012
MonthJanuary
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Author1 Fritts, D. C.
2 Janches, D.
3 Limura, H.
4 Hocking, W. K.
5 Bageston, José Valentin
6 Leme, Neusa Maria Paes
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Affiliation1 NorthWest Research Associates, Colorado Research Associates division, Boulder, CO.
2 NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Weather Laboratory, Greenbelt, MD
3 NorthWest Research Associates, Colorado Research Associates division, Boulder, CO.
4 Department of Physics, University of Western Ontario, London, ONT, Canada.
5 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
6 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
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JournalJournal of Geophysical Research
Volume117
PagesD02105
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KeywordsDrake passage
meteorological radar
gravity waves
AbstractA new generation meteor radar was installed at the Brazilian Antarctic Comandante Ferraz Base (62.1¡ÆS) in March 2010. This paper describes the motivations for the radar location, its measurement capabilities, and comparisons of measured mean winds, tides, and gravity wave momentum fluxes from April to June of 2010 and 2011 with those by a similar radar on Tierra del Fuego (53.8¡ÆS). Motivations for the radars include the ¡°hotspot¡± of small-scale gravity wave activity extending from the troposphere into the mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT) centered over the Drake Passage, the maximum of the semidiurnal tide at these latitudes, and the lack of other MLT wind measurements in this latitude band. Mean winds are seen to be strongly modulated at planetary wave and longer periods and to exhibit strong coherence over the two radars at shorter time scales as well as systematic seasonal variations. The semidiurnal tide contributes most to the large-scale winds over both radars, with maximum tidal amplitudes during May and maxima at the highest altitudes varying from ¡­20 to >70 ms−1. In contrast, the diurnal tide and various planetary waves achieve maximum winds of ¡­10 to 20 ms−1. Monthly mean gravity wave momentum fluxes appear to reflect the occurrence of significant sources at lower altitudes, with relatively small zonal fluxes over both radars, but with significant, and opposite, meridional momentum fluxes below ¡­85 km. These suggest gravity waves propagating away from the Drake Passage at both sites, and may indicate an important source region accounting in part for this ¡°hotspot.¡±.
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1. Identity statement
Reference TypeJournal Article
Sitemtc-m16d.sid.inpe.br
Holder Codeisadg {BR SPINPE} ibi 8JMKD3MGPCW/3DT298S
Identifier8JMKD3MGP7W/3B58P9B
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Secondary KeyINPE--PRE/
DOI10.5047/eps.2011.10.007
ISSN1343-8832
1880-5981
Labelself-archiving-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Citation KeyResendeDena:2012:CaSt
TitleEquatorial sporadic E-layer abnormal density enhancement during the recovery phase of the December 2006 magnetic storm: A case study
ProjectCNPq/MCT (305923/2008-0; 470553/2009-0)
Year2012
Monthjulho
Access Date2023, Jan. 31
Type of Workjournal article
Secondary TypePRE PI
Number of Files1
Size3406 KiB
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Author1 Resende, Laysa Cristina Araújo
2 Denardini, Clézio Marcos
Group1 CEA-CEA-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
2 DAE-CEA-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Affiliation1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
Author e-Mail Address1 laysa@dae.inpe.br
2 clezio.denardin@inpe.br
e-Mail Addresssecretaria.cpa@dir.inpe.br
JournalEarth, Planets and Space
Volume64
Number4
Pages345-351
Secondary MarkB1_ANTROPOLOGIA_/_ARQUEOLOGIA B1_GEOCIÊNCIAS
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Keywordsspace weather
sporadic E-layer
magnetic storms
equatorial latitude
AbstractSporadic layers appear in the equatorial region (Es q) between 90 and 130 km mainly due to irregularities in the electrojet equatorial (EEJ) current. In the present work, we have analyzed the behavior of the frequency parameters associated with these sporadic layers, covering the days before, during, and subsequent to, the intense magnetic storm that occurred on December 14, 2006. The parameters used in our analyses are the top frequency (ftEs) and blanketing frequency (fbEs) of the Es layer as measured over Sao Luis, Brazil (2.33°S, 44.2°W, dip: -4.5°) by digital ionosonde. A tentative association between these parameters and X-ray data measured by sensors on board the GOES satellite was carried out. Also, we investigated the effects on the dynamics of the equatorial electrojet using magnetometer data related to the presence of these Es layers. Our analyses show that there are notable changes in the fbEs, which are characterized by the occurrence of peaks that exceed the ambient background values.
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