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Fig. 7 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 7

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

Fig. 7

Time–height cross section of relative backscatter signals (arbitrary units) of RRM lidar (top) and MPL (middle), and MU radar echo power at vertical incidence (bottom) from 0600 LT to 0700 LT and in the height range (4–8 km). The dashed line (top and bottom) shows the mean altitude of the KH billows. The thin and short black (red) lines in the bottom panel outline the RRM lidar and MPL signals in relation to the KH billows. The black line is shifted by + 80 s with respect to the time shown in the middle panel, and the red line is moved up by +300 m

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