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Stephen D. Eckermann, Jun Ma, Karl W. Hoppel, David D. Kuhl, Douglas R. Allen, James A. Doyle, Kevin C. Viner, Benjamin C. Ruston, Nancy L. Baker, Steven D. Swadley, Timothy R. Whitcomb, Carolyn A. Reynolds, Liang Xu, N. Kaifler, B. Kaifler, Iain M. Reid, Damian J. Murphy, and Peter T. Love

180°. Note upward displacement of levels over resolved T425 terrain of South Island of New Zealand ( 172°E) and Tasmania ( 147°E). Light green curve shows lowest isobaric model layer at 85 hPa. Vertical color bars show approximate altitude ranges of assimilated MLT observations discussed in section 2c . (b) Black curve shows sea level layer thicknesses vs pressure height Z of the L74 layers shown in (a), with dots located on the full levels. Green curve shows corresponding thicknesses of

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Qingfang Jiang, James D. Doyle, Stephen D. Eckermann, and Bifford P. Williams

NZ ( Fritts et al. 2016 ), which extend along the South Island with multiple peaks over 3 km above sea level (MSL). During the 6-week-long field observations, STWs were documented extending from NZ to the east during several DEEPWAVE intensive observational periods [IOPs; see Table 4 of Fritts et al. (2016 )]. Two such STW IOPs are examined here, namely, IOPs 3 and 6, with more emphasis on the latter. To deepen our understanding of STW dynamics, an in-depth analysis of two STW events is

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