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Fig. 2 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 2

From: Atmospheric Kelvin–Helmholtz billows captured by the MU radar, lidars and a fish-eye camera

Fig. 2

Time–height cross section of Capon-processed radar echo power at vertical incidence for the period 0600–1200 LT on June 11, 2015. The white vertical bands correspond to radar stops at regular time intervals. The blue line shows the altitude versus time of a Vaisala RS92G Radiosonde launched from the observatory at 0706 LT. Solid and dashed red curves are (scaled) moist and dry potential temperature profiles. Solid and dashed green curves are the (scaled) profiles of meridional and zonal wind components, respectively. The black curve shows the (scaled) profile of vertical shear of horizontal wind vector. The null value is given by the vertical black line

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