31 October 1997 Development of frequency-agile high-repetition-rate CO2 DIAL systems for long-range chemical remote sensing
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Issues related to the development of direct detection, long- range CO2 DIAL systems for chemical detection and identification are presented and discussed including: data handling and display techniques for large, multi-(lambda) data sets, turbulence effects, slant path propagation, and speckle averaging. Data examples from various field campaigns and CO2 lidar platforms are used to illustrate the issues.
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Charles Robert Quick, Charles B. Fite, Bernard R. Foy, L. John Jolin, Aaron C. Koskelo, Bryan E. Laubscher, Edward P. MacKerrow, Brian D. McVey, Donald E. Mietz, Douglas H. Nelson, Robert J. Nemzek, Roger R. Petrin, John R. Quagliano, Patrick Schafstall, Robert K. Sander, Joseph J. Tiee, Michael C. Whitehead, "Development of frequency-agile high-repetition-rate CO2 DIAL systems for long-range chemical remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 3127, Application of Lidar to Current Atmospheric Topics II, (31 October 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.283907; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.283907
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