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22 December 1992 Measurement of extinction profiles with an aureole lidar
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Abstract
A lidar system, developed to map atmospheric extinction under the flight path of a P-3 aircraft, was tested during the Key 90 experiment. Using a modified Cassegrainian telescope, the return signals from both wide and narrow field of view are detected. Optical depth and extinction profiles are derived from these signals. The instrument design, data analysis, and measurements from Key 90 are discussed.
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William P. Hooper "Measurement of extinction profiles with an aureole lidar", Proc. SPIE 1749, Optics of the Air-Sea Interface: Theory and Measurement, (22 December 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138843
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