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    • Atmospheric Contributions to Global Ocean Tides for Satellite Gravimetry 

      Balidakis, KyriakosORCIDiD; Sulzbach, RomanORCIDiD; Shihora, LinusORCIDiD; Dahle, ChristophORCIDiD; Dill, RobertORCIDiD; Dobslaw, HenrykORCIDiD (Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2022-11-10)
      To mitigate temporal aliasing effects in monthly mean global gravity fields from the GRACE and GRACE‐FO satellite tandem missions, both tidal and non‐tidal background models describing high‐frequency mass variability in ...
    • Ionospheric Signatures of Secondary Waves From Quasi‐6‐Day Wave and Tide Interactions 

      Yamazaki, Y.ORCIDiD; Miyoshi, Y.ORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 2021-03-31)
      A sudden stratospheric waring occurred in the southern hemisphere during September 2019, accompanied by an exceptionally strong quasi‐6‐day wave (Q6DW). We examine the ionospheric response using global total electron content ...
    • Using Principal Component Analysis of Satellite and Ground Magnetic Data to Model the Equatorial Electrojet and Derive Its Tidal Composition 

      Soares, GabrielORCIDiD; Yamazaki, YosukeORCIDiD; Morschhauser, AchimORCIDiD; Matzka, JürgenORCIDiD; Pinheiro, Katia J.; Stolle, ClaudiaORCIDiD; Alken, PatrickORCIDiD; Yoshikawa, AkimasaORCIDiD; Hozumi, KornyanatORCIDiD; Kulkarni, Atul; Supnithi, Pornchai (Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 2022-09-25)
      The intensity of the equatorial electrojet (EEJ) shows temporal and spatial variability that is not yet fully understood nor accurately modeled. Atmospheric solar tides are among the main drivers of this variability but ...