Long‐Term Variability and Tendencies in Migrating Diurnal Tide From WACCM6 Simulations During 1850–2014

@article{Ramesh2020LongTermVA,
  title={Long‐Term Variability and Tendencies in Migrating Diurnal Tide From WACCM6 Simulations During 1850–2014},
  author={K. Ramesh and Anne K. Smith},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres},
  year={2020},
  volume={125}
}
  • K. RameshAnne K. Smith
  • Published 2 December 2020
  • Environmental Science
  • Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
Long‐term variability and tendencies in migrating diurnal tide (DW1) are investigated for the first time using a three‐member ensemble of historical simulations by NCAR's Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model, latest Version 6 (WACCM6) for 1850–2014 (165 years). The model reproduces the climatological features of the tide in temperature (T), zonal wind (U), and meridional wind (V). The amplitudes peak in the upper mesosphere and lower thermosphere (above ~0.001 hPa) at the equator for T (~10… 

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Reply on RC3

This manuscript investigated the migrating diurnal tidal variability in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere due to the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, and the driving mechanism of this variability.

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This manuscript investigated the migrating diurnal tidal variability in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere due to the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, and the driving mechanism of this variability.

Reply on RC1

In general it’s a thoughtful analysis of an important issue, the effect of El Niño on tidal oscillations in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT). It may be that this paper is more relevant to

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