International Laser Radar Conference (16th) held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts on 20-24 July 1992. Part 1
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION HAMPTON VA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER
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Topics covered include the worldwide measurements of aerosols produced from the June 1991 eruption of the Pinatubo volcano the role of lidars in global change research, including long-term stratospheric ozone measurements and the Network for the Detection of Stratospheric Change NDSC measurements from space by the Laser Atmospheric Winds Sensor LAWS and the Lidar in-space Technology Experiment LITE stratospheric and mesopheric temperature and wind measurements mesopheric sodium and ion measurements cloud measurements, including the Experimental Cloud Lidar Pilot Study ECLIPS laser imaging and ranging tropospheric water vapor and aerosol measurements and, the description of new systems and facilities. Although no abstracts are included herein, a NASA-sponsored special session on 2 micrometer solid state doppler lidar technology for remote sensing of winds took place also.
- Atmospheric Physics
- Optical Detection and Detectors