Articles | Volume 37, issue 3
Regular paper
25 Jun 2019
Regular paper |  | 25 Jun 2019

Propagation to the upper atmosphere of acoustic-gravity waves from atmospheric fronts in the Moscow region

Yuliya Kurdyaeva, Sergey Kulichkov, Sergey Kshevetskii, Olga Borchevkina, and Elena Golikova

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To simulate the vertical propagation of atmospheric waves, experimental data on pressure variations at the Earth's surface are used. These data are associated with the meteorological source. The simulation results have allowed for the first time estimates of the amplitudes of temperature wave disturbances in the upper atmosphere caused by waves from the atmospheric front. The simulations have been performed using the Lomonosov supercomputer.