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Dustfall and lidar observation in China's desert
Author(s): Jixia Zhou; Lichao Liu; Yuquan Ling; Haimei Peng; Toshikasu Itabe; Kohei Mizutani; Motoaki Yasui; Tetsuo Aoki
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Paper Abstract

The observation of atmosphere dust in China's desert show that there is a continuous dust layer always existed in lower atmosphere under the height of 5 km. The dust concentration in the layer is changed with altitude and season. According to the Lidar data analysis the backscattering ratio value changes in the range of 2.5-5.5 in clear weather. The higher value ofthe ratio can be extended to the height about the height of3.5 km. The dust concentration is reduced sharply over 3.5 km. In the range of 15-20 km height, an aerosol layer is often observed in Shapotou region. The maximum backscattering ratio usually appears in 1 5- 1 8 km. The value is approximately 1.2.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 February 2001
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 4153, Lidar Remote Sensing for Industry and Environment Monitoring, (13 February 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.417090
Show Author Affiliations
Jixia Zhou, Institute of Desert Research (China)
Lichao Liu, Institute of Desert Research (China)
Yuquan Ling, Institute of Desert Research (China)
Haimei Peng, Institute of Desert Research (China)
Toshikasu Itabe, Communications Research Lab. (Japan)
Kohei Mizutani, Communications Research Lab. (Japan)
Motoaki Yasui, Communications Research Lab. (Japan)
Tetsuo Aoki, Communications Research Lab. (Japan)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4153:
Lidar Remote Sensing for Industry and Environment Monitoring
Upendra N. Singh; Upendra N. Singh; Kazuhiro Asai; Toshikasu Itabe; Toshihiro Ogawa; Nobuo Sugimoto, Editor(s)

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