Fading of VLF atmospherics associated with torrential rain due to monsoon depression
The records of VLF atmospherics over Calcutta during the torrential rainfall due to violent monsoon depression in 1978, exhibit distinct long period fadings both at day and night. Interesting results obtained from an analysis of the round-the-clock atmospherics data and associated meteorological parameters, are reported in this paper. A tentative conclusion is reached suggesting an origin of the fading from atmospheric gravity waves generated in the centre of activity of the monsoon depression.
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