I recorded infrasound that seems to correlate well with times of strong winds measured on our Boom at the Blue Hill Weather Observatory in the Boston area. See attached, and here:
The correlation between strong winds and infrasound seems very clear, but I am not finding much published on the question of what the mechanism is that causes winds to generate infrasound. There is a lot on “microbaroms” generated in oceans, but I’m not finding much on what makes winds generate infrasound in land areas.
Do any of you in this Shake/Boom community have good information about what makes strong winds generate (or at least be associated with) infrasound in land areas? Any other ideas about these recordings are also welcome?
I did find this to be helpful, as a start: