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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Data from the Super Dual Radar Network (SuperDARN) radars for 2002 were used to study the behaviour of the quasi-two-day wave (QTDW) in the Northern Hemisphere auroral zone. The period of the QTDW is observed to vary in the range of ~42&ndash;56 h, with the most dominant period being ~48 h and secondary peaks at ~42- and ~52-h. The spectral power shows a seasonal variation with a peak power (max~70) in summer. The power shows variations of several days anddoi:10.5194/angeo-25-1767-2007 fatcat:wu7zpdyet5gsviv4adw37jxjiy