Atmospheric tides

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Figure 7 also suggests interaction between larger scale atmospheric waves, such as atmospheric tides and planetary waves, and gravity waves, with resultant breaking of the gravity wave and formation of the turbulence layer.
Global oscillations of wind, temperature and pressure repeating each day or fraction of a day are called atmospheric tides.
Influence of gravitational atmospheric tides (the model was not implemented) could be neglected in data processing.
Although much remains to be learned about airglow, its intensity appears to be linked to fluctuations in solar activity (both long term and short term), the observer's latitude, atmospheric tides, time of night, season, and more.
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