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As part of the MaCWAVE (Mountain and Convective Waves Ascending Vertically) winter campaign an allsky monochromatic CCD imager has been used to investigate the properties of short-period mesospheric gravity waves at high northern latitudes. Sequential measurements of several nightglow emissions were made from Esrange, Sweden, during a limited period from 27-31 January 2003. Coincident wind measurements over the altitude range (∼80-100 km) using two meteor radar systems located at Esrange anddoi:10.5194/angeo-24-1227-2006 fatcat:vmcmtpylyjf57oqz24johr6q4u