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Meridional diurnal tidal winds derived as described by Khattatov et al. this issue] from the high-resolution Doppler imager (HRDI) data are used in the linearized tidal equations to solve for the diurnal tidal oscillations in the zonal and vertical velocity, pressure, temperature, and dissipation in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere. The resulting(More)
The high-resolution Doppler imager (HRDI) instrument on board the upper atmosphere research satellite measures global winds in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere on a day-today b a s i s. The horizontal coverage of the HRDI data is excellent and provides a unique opportunity to study global-scale dynamic phenomenaa however, the local time resolution and(More)
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