Synoptic Scale Variability In The Distribution Of Stratospheric Aerosols As Revealed By Airborne Lidar
Airborne lidar currently offers the best means of observing the synoptic scale variability in the distribution of aerosols within the lower stratosphere. In this paper, some basic considerations regarding the processing and interpretation of this type of data are discussed. Results from the April 1973 flight between Madrid and Washington, D.C. are presented. © 1975 Chapman and Hall Ltd.
F. G. Fernald et al., "Synoptic Scale Variability In The Distribution Of Stratospheric Aerosols As Revealed By Airborne Lidar," Optical and Quantum Electronics, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 141 - 145, Springer, May 1975.
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01 May 1975