His scientific interests lie mostly in Mesosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Gravity wave, Thermosphere and Mesopause. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mesosphere, Momentum transfer are connected with Zonal flow and other disciplines. His study in Atmospheric sciences is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amplitude, Computational physics, Meteorology and Latitude.
He has researched Gravity wave in several fields, including Turbulence, Mean flow, Atmosphere and Doppler radar. His Mesopause research integrates issues from Radar and Polar. His studies in Radar integrate themes in fields like Remote sensing and Antenna.
Iain M. Reid mainly investigates Radar, Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology, Mesosphere and Meteor. The Radar study combines topics in areas such as Wind speed, Doppler effect, Interferometry, Remote sensing and Antenna. Iain M. Reid combines subjects such as Amplitude, Gravity wave and Climatology with his study of Atmospheric sciences.
His work carried out in the field of Gravity wave brings together such families of science as Wavelength, Geophysics and Geodesy. His research integrates issues of Polar, Zonal and meridional, Latitude and Thermosphere in his study of Mesosphere. His Meteor research incorporates elements of Microwave Limb Sounder and Meteoroid.
Iain M. Reid spends much of his time researching Atmospheric sciences, Radar, Meteor, Mesosphere and Gravity wave. His Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Lidar, Geomagnetic storm and Thermosphere. His Radar research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Low earth orbit, Remote sensing, Doppler effect and Interferometry.
His studies deal with areas such as Mesopause, Meteor radar, Climatology and Latitude as well as Meteor. His Mesosphere research focuses on Solar wind and how it connects with Geophysics. The various areas that Iain M. Reid examines in his Gravity wave study include Amplitude, Altitude, Forcing and Geodesy.
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An empirical model of the Earth's horizontal wind fields: HWM07
D. P. Drob;J. T. Emmert;G. Crowley;J. M. Picone.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
HF Doppler Measurements of Mesospheric Gravity Wave Momentum Fluxes
R. A. Vincent;I. M. Reid.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1983)
Analysis and interpretation of airglow and radar observations of quasi-monochromatic gravity waves in the upper mesosphere and lower thermosphere over Adelaide, Australia (35°S, 138°E)
R.L. Walterscheid;J.H. Hecht;R.a. Vincent;I.m. Reid.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1999)
The deep propagating gravity wave experiment (deepwave): an airborne and ground-based exploration of gravity wave propagation and effects from their sources throughout the lower and middle atmosphere
David C. Fritts;Ronald B. Smith;Michael J. Taylor;James D. Doyle.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2016)
An intense traveling airglow front in the upper mesosphere–lower thermosphere with characteristics of a bore observed over Alice Springs, Australia, during a strong 2 day wave episode
R. L. Walterscheid;J. H. Hecht;L. J. Gelinas;M. P. Hickey.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
Buckland Park all‐sky interferometric meteor radar
David A. Holdsworth;Iain M. Reid;Manuel A. Cervera;Manuel A. Cervera.
Radio Science (2004)
Measurements of mesospheric gravity wave momentum fluxes and mean flow accelerations at Adelaide, Australia
Iain M. Reid;Robert A. Vincent.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1987)
A simple model of atmospheric radar backscatter: Description and application to the full correlation analysis of spaced antenna data
David A. Holdsworth;Iain M. Reid.
Radio Science (1995)
Observations of mesospheric wind velocities: 1. Gravity wave horizontal scales and phase velocities determined from spaced wind observations
C. E. Meek;I. M. Reid;A. H. Manson.
Radio Science (1985)
VHF radar echoes observed in the summer and winter polar mesosphere over Andøya, Norway
Peter Czechowsky;Iain M. Reid;Rüdiger Rüster;Gerhard Schmidt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
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