29 March 1996 Preliminary analysis of lidar techniques for regional meteorological studies
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Preliminary scoping exercises indicate that remote-sensing lidar can play a useful role in missions that involve determining regional weather patterns and atmospheric transport conditions. Both meteorological modeling and local atmospheric sensing should be employed. Satellite-based remote sensing systems, using an incoherent Doppler wind-sensor, seem feasible.
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Stephen J. Czuchlewski, Stephen J. Czuchlewski, Michael J. Brown, Michael J. Brown, George H. Nickel, George H. Nickel, Charles Robert Quick, Charles Robert Quick, John F. Schultz, John F. Schultz, Donald E. Casperson, Donald E. Casperson, Nigel J. Cockroft, Nigel J. Cockroft, Cheng Ho, Cheng Ho, Gerard P. Quigley, Gerard P. Quigley, William C. Priedhorsky, William C. Priedhorsky, } "Preliminary analysis of lidar techniques for regional meteorological studies", Proc. SPIE 2702, Gas and Chemical Lasers, (29 March 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.236899; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.236899
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