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17 May 2006 Initial measurements of atmospheric parameters in a marine environment
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April 2005, a laser propagation experiment was conducted over a 470m horizontal maritime path. Scintillation measurements of a divergent Gaussian beam wave were taken simultaneously for different receiver aperture sizes. Terrestrial scintillation theory combined with a numerical algorithm was used to infer the atmospheric parameters Cn2 and lo from the optical maritime scintillation measurements. This paper presents the initial results.
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Frida Strömquist Vetelino, Cynthia Young, Kenneth Grant, Linda Wasiczko, Harris Burris, Christopher Moore, Rita Mahon, Michele Suite, Kerry Corbett, Bradley Clare, Charmaine Gilbreath, and William Rabinovich "Initial measurements of atmospheric parameters in a marine environment", Proc. SPIE 6215, Atmospheric Propagation III, 621503 (17 May 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.668026
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