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A STUDY OF SODIUM LAYER DISTRIBUTION OVER WUHAN,CHINA BASED THE LIDAR OBSERVATION RESULT

YANG GUOTAO 1 LIU BINGMO 1 WANG JIAMIN 1 FU L IPING 2 XU JIYAO 2 CHENG XUEWU 1 WAN WEIXING 1 GONG S HUNSHENG 1 1 Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071, China 2 Key laboratory for Space Weather, Center for Space Science and Applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100080, China  
The basic characters of the sodium layer mean distribution over Wuhan, China are described from analysis of a large amount of sodium fluorescence lidar observation data. The result of sodium layer model calculation indicates that the latitude variety of the atmospheric minor species distribution might be the reason for the difference of the sodium layer mean distribution over different latitude regions. The season variations of the sodium layer mean distribution are given. Analyzing the time history of the sodium layer mean distribution, we find that its short period variations are correlated with the activities of gravity wave and its nocturnal variations are correlated with the activities of tide wave.
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