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The zonal structure of radar backscatter plumes associated with Equatorial Spread F (ESF), probably modulated by atmospheric gravity waves, has been investigated with the Equatorial Atmosphere Radar (EAR) in West Sumatra, Indonesia (0.20 • S, 100.32 • E; dip latitude 10.1 • S) and the FM-CW ionospheric sounders on the same magnetic meridian as the EAR. The occurrence locations and zonal distances of the ESF plumes were determined with multibeam observations with the EAR. The ESF plumes drifteddoi:10.5194/angeo-24-1411-2006 fatcat:kflldypfdnbizauclw6ahpavgu