Vol. 2, issue 09, article # 11

pdf Arshinov Yu. F., Belan B. D., Bobrovnikov S. M., Krasnenko N. P., Razenkov I. A., Fursov M. G. Possibility of integrated study of the surface boundary laser by remote methods. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1989. V. 2. No. 09. P. 812-816.
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The result of integrated experimental studies of the atmospheric boundary layer, performed with the help of a Ranan scattering lidar, an aerosol lidar, acoustic radar, and an airborne laboratory, are presented. the relation between the vertical distributions of the temperature, humidity, and aerosol is studied. The auto- and crosscorrelation coefficients of the parameters are found. The results presented illustrate the possibility of an integrated approach to the study of meteorological and optical parameters of the boundary layer.


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