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“…Similar effects were discussed earlier by Schlegel et al (1986), Schlegel and Thomas (1988) and Whitehead (1988). The effect seems to be pronounced in the afternoon-evening sector when the Finland radar observes at large flow angles.…”
Section: Double-pulse Velocitiessupporting
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“…Similar effects were discussed earlier by Schlegel et al (1986), Schlegel and Thomas (1988) and Whitehead (1988). The effect seems to be pronounced in the afternoon-evening sector when the Finland radar observes at large flow angles.…”
Section: Double-pulse Velocitiessupporting
“…He showed that negative SABRE DP and MF velocities were comparable in the morning while positive DP velocities were somewhat (∼10%) less than the MF velocities in the afternoon‐evening, which is about the same trend as in our data, though not as strong. Whitehead [1988] also noted that STARE data (perhaps, for the Norway radar) exhibited similar features.…”
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“… Whitehead [1988] expanded the study by Schlegel et al [1986] by applying a slightly different approach for a limited data set. He showed that negative SABRE DP and MF velocities were comparable in the morning while positive DP velocities were somewhat (∼10%) less than the MF velocities in the afternoon‐evening, which is about the same trend as in our data, though not as strong.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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