volume 25, issue 7, P951-954 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00663
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Abstract: Abstract. Using measurements of magnetic-aspect-sensitive radar echoes from midlatitude sporadic E collected over a twomonth period from Tanegashima, Japan, we show that while their occurrence duration from night to night did not exhibit any systematic variation, that of the so-called quasi-periodic (QP) echoes varied sinusoidally with a period of 5 days. We have interpreted this behavior in terms of effects produced by a planetary wave and identified its presence through neutral-wind measurements made with a…

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