Articles | Volume 37, issue 3
Regular paper
11 Jun 2019
Regular paper |  | 11 Jun 2019

Evanescent acoustic-gravity modes in the isothermal atmosphere: systematization and applications to the Earth and solar atmospheres

Oleg K. Cheremnykh, Alla K. Fedorenko, Evgen I. Kryuchkov, and Yuriy A. Selivanov

Related authors

Ground-based acoustic parametric generator impact on the atmosphere and ionosphere in an active experiment
Yuriy G. Rapoport, Oleg K. Cheremnykh, Volodymyr V. Koshovy, Mykola O. Melnik, Oleh L. Ivantyshyn, Roman T. Nogach, Yuriy A. Selivanov, Vladimir V. Grimalsky, Valentyn P. Mezentsev, Larysa M. Karataeva, Vasyl. M. Ivchenko, Gennadi P. Milinevsky, Viktor N. Fedun, and Eugen N. Tkachenko
Ann. Geophys., 35, 53–70,,, 2017
Short summary

Related subject area

Subject: Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun | Keywords: Waves and tides
Benchmarking microbarom radiation and propagation model against infrasound recordings: a vespagram-based approach
Ekaterina Vorobeva, Marine De Carlo, Alexis Le Pichon, Patrick Joseph Espy, and Sven Peter Näsholm
Ann. Geophys., 39, 515–531,,, 2021
Short summary
On the evaluation of the phase relation between temperature and wind tides based on ground-based measurements and reanalysis data in the middle atmosphere
Kathrin Baumgarten and Gunter Stober
Ann. Geophys., 37, 581–602,,, 2019
Short summary

Cited articles

Antia, H. M.: Estimate of solar radius from f-mode, Astron. Astrophys., 330, 336–340, 1998. 
Athay, R. G.: The Solar Chromosphere and Corona: Quiet Sun, Reidel, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, 504 pp., 1976. 
Bannon, P. R.: On the anelastic approximation for a compressible atmosphere, J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 3618–3628, 1996. 
Beer, T.: Atmospheric Waves, John Wiley, New York, USA, 300 pp., 1974. 
Belashov, V. Yu.: Dynamics of nonlinear internal gravity waves at ionosphere F-region heights, Geomagn. Aeron+., 1990. 30, 637–641, 1990 (in English). 
Short summary
The fundamental mode of oscillations of the solar atmosphere, f-mode, plays an important role in solar physics. At an early stage of observation, it was found that its frequency is related to the wavelength by a ratio characteristic of waves on the surface of deep water. Subsequent observations revealed its inaccuracy. We derived waves with a different frequency–wavelength ratio and compared them with other possible waves of this type in both the solar and terrestrial atmosphere.