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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 9645

Lidar Technologies, Techniques, and Measurements for Atmospheric Remote Sensing XI
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Volume Number: 9645
Date Published: 10 November 2015

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Front Matter: Volume 9645
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Double-pulsed 2-micron lidar validation for atmospheric CO2 measurements
Author(s): Upendra N. Singh; Tamer F. Refaat; Jirong Yu; Mulugeta Petros; Ruben G. Remus
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Atmospheric CO2 remote sensing system based on high brightness semiconductor lasers and single photon counting detection
Author(s): Antonio Pérez-Serrano; Maria Fernanda Vilera; Ignacio Esquivias; Mickael Faugeron; Michel Krakowski; Frédéric van Dijk; Gerd Kochem; Martin Traub; Pawel Adamiec; Juan Barbero; Xiao Ai; John G. Rarity; Mathieu Quatrevalet; Gerhard Ehret
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Advanced intensity-modulation continuous-wave lidar techniques for ASCENDS CO2 column measurements
Author(s): Joel F. Campbell; Bing Lin; Amin R. Nehrir; F. Wallace Harrison; Michael D. Obland; Byron Meadows
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Multispecies transmitter for DIAL sensing of atmospheric water vapour, methane and carbon dioxide in the 2 µm region
Author(s): Dominique Mammez; Erwan Cadiou; Jean-Baptiste Dherbecourt; Myriam Raybaut; Jean-Michel Melkonian; Antoine Godard; Guillaume Gorju; Jacques Pelon; Michel Lefebvre
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Langley Mobile Ozone Lidar (LMOL) results from the Denver, CO DISCOVER-AQ campaign
Author(s): Russell De Young; William Carrion; Denis Pliutau; Rene Ganoe
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Long range wind lidars based on novel high spectral brilliance all-fibered sources
Author(s): L. Lombard; A. Dolfi-Bouteyre; C. Besson; B. Augère; P. Bourdon; A. Durécu; D. Goular; J. Le Gouët; C. Planchat; W. Renard; M. Valla; G. Canat
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CW Lidar for wind sensing featuring numerical range scanning and strong inherent suppression of disturbing reflections
Author(s): Ernst Brinkmeyer
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ALART: a novel lidar system for vegetation height retrieval from space
Author(s): P. Foglia Manzillo; C. N. van Dijk; S. Conticello; M. Esposito; R. Lussana; F. Villa; D. Tamborini; F. Zappa; A. Tosi; A. Roncat; N. Pfeiffer; T. Entner; D. Lampridis
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Detecting the planetary boundary layer height from low-level jet with Doppler lidar measurements
Author(s): G. de A. Moreira; M. T. A. Marques; W. Nakaema; A. C. de C. A. Moreira; E. Landulfo
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Use of lidar water vapor retrieval for assessment of model capability to simulate water vapor profiles
Author(s): Lev Labzovskii; I. Binietoglou; A. Papayannis; R. F. Banks; J. M. Baldasano
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A comparison and evaluation between ICESat/GLAS altimetry and mean sea level in Thailand
Author(s): Didsaphan Naksen; Dong Kai Yang
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Spatial mapping of greenhouse gases using laser absorption spectrometers at local scales of interest
Author(s): Jeremy Dobler; T. Scott Zaccheo; Nathan Blume; Michael Braun; Chris Botos; Timothy G. Pernini
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Aerosol classification study by lidar
Author(s): Nianwen Cao
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One-year monitoring of the atmosphere over Penang Island using a ground-based lidar
Author(s): Wei Ying Khor; Mohd Zubir Matjafri; Hwee San Lim; Wan Shen Hee; Simone Lolli
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Aerosol cloud interaction: a multiplatform-scenario-based methodology
Author(s): Eduardo Landulfo; Fabío J.S. Lopes; Juan Luis Guerrero-Rascado; Lucas Alados-Arboledas
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DIAL measurements of the vertical ozone distribution at the Siberian lidar station
Author(s): O. A. Romanovskii; V. D. Burlakov; S. I. Dolgii; O. V. Kharchenko; A. A. Nevzorov; A. V. Nevzorov
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A portable imaging lidar for lower boundary layer atmospheric measurement
Author(s): Xiaoqin Liu; Zaihong Hou; Laian Qin; Ningquan Weng
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A robust optical parametric oscillator and receiver telescope for differential absorption lidar of greenhouse gases
Author(s): Iain Robinson; James W. Jack; Cameron F. Rae; John B. Moncrieff
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