Vol. 3, issue 10, article # 6

pdf Shurygin I. G., Belokrinitskii N. S., Lagutin V. M., Sobolev V. N. UV lidar for ozone sounding. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 10. P. 965-968.
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Attention is drawn to the medical and biological aspects of the problem of ozone monitoring. A single-frequency lidar based on an excimer laser is described. The preliminary results of ozone sounding in the resort region of Tuapse are presented.


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