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Susanne Drechsel, Georg J. Mayr, Michel Chong, Martin Weissmann, Andreas Dörnbrack, and Ronald Calhoun

coherent Doppler lidars were operated by the Arizona State University (ASU) and by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, respectively. A proven algorithm for the 3D wind retrieval from multiple Doppler radars was applied to the dual-lidar observations. We chose the Multiple Doppler Synthesis and Continuity Adjustment Technique (MUSCAT) since it provides stable solutions and can be used over complex terrain. A brief description of MUSCAT will be

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Ronald B. Smith, Bryan K. Woods, Jorgen Jensen, William A. Cooper, James D. Doyle, Qingfang Jiang, and Vanda Grubišić

height of the tropopause and the static stability of the troposphere. J. Atmos. Sci. , 39 , 412 – 417 . Jiang , J. H. , D. L. Wu , S. D. Eckermann , and J. Ma , 2003 : Mountain waves in the middle atmosphere: Microwave limb sounder observations and analyses. Adv. Space Res. , 32 , 801 – 806 . Klemp , J. B. , and D. R. Lilly , 1975 : The dynamics of wave-induced downslope winds. J. Atmos. Sci. , 32 , 320 – 339 . Lackmann , G. M. , and J. E. Overland , 1989

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