LIDAR-RADAR LOWER ATMOSPHERIC OBSERVATIONS.
Final scientific rept. 16 Oct 67-15 Oct 68,
STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CALIF
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Daytime observations of the vertical temperature and humidity structure in the atmosphere below 1000 meters made with a Cricketsonde rocket system are compared with simultaneous observations from a ruby lidar laser radar and a microwave K-band radar. Observations were made at the SRI field site in Palo Alto, California, during August 1968 in the absence of low clouds when haze and pollution were visually evident. Analyses of the data show a direct relationship between Cricketsonde and lidar data, an indirect relationship between Cricketsonde and K-band data, and no relationship between lidar data and K-band radar data. Author
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