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Benjamin Witschas, Stephan Rahm, Andreas Dörnbrack, Johannes Wagner, and Markus Rapp

( Baumgarten 2010 ; Hildebrand et al. 2012 ). For instance, Kaifler et al. (2015) used temperature perturbations derived from Rayleigh lidar measurements (28–76 km altitude) to characterize GWs over New Zealand and showed that enhanced GW potential energy densities in the mesosphere are surprisingly associated with mountain waves excited by only low to moderate tropospheric wind speeds between 2 and 12 m s −1 . Although the aforementioned lidar technique represents a valuable tool to characterize GWs

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