Vol. 23, issue 09, article # 9

Tarashchanskii B. A., Kokhanenko G. P., Mirgazov R. R., Ryabov E. V., Yagunov A. S. Methods and results of monitoring optical characteristics of the Baikal Neutrino Telescope with the use of a stationary deep-water device ASP-15. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2010. V. 23. No. 09. P. 793-802 [in Russian].
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Some results of the spectral and angular dependences of the IOP at different depths are presented. The submerged device ASP-15 is designed for continuous monitoring of inherent optical properties (IOP) of the Baikal Lake water. It is placed in South Baikal near the Neutrino Telescope NT200+ and used for optical accompaniment of its work at 1200 m depth. The construction of the device, methods of the light field measurements and retrieval of the optical properties are described.


inherent optical properties, absorption, scattering, monitoring