Elastic Lidar: Theory, Practice, and Analysis Methods
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 27, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 615 pages
* Focuses only on elastic lidars and directly related topics.
* Evaluates all of the major inversion and analysis methods.
* Covers an emerging field that is generating a lot of interest.
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Light Propagation in the Atmosphere
Fundamentals of the Lidar Technique
Detectors Digitizers Electronics
Analytical Solutions of the Lidar Equation
Uncertainty Estimation for Lidar Measurements
Lidar Examination of Clear and Moderately Turbid Atmospheres
Multiangle Methods for Extinction Coefficient Determination
absorption accuracy aerosol altitude analysis applied approximation assumed assumption average backscatter backscatter coefficient backscatter-to-extinction ratio boundary layer boundary value calculated clear atmospheres cloud component constant cross section curve density dependence detector determined DIAL DIAL measurements differential digitizer elastic lidar error estimate etalon extinction coefficient profile factor far-end solution field of view filter frequency function height homogeneous horizontal increase Kovalev Kp(r laser laser beam lidar data lidar equation lidar measurements lidar return lidar signal lidar system line of sight linear logarithm maximum measurement range measurement uncertainty molecular scattering molecules multiangle multiple scattering nephelometer noise obtained optical depth optical depth solution ozone ozone concentration paniculate parameters particulate photodiode photomultiplier photon Raman Raman scattering range-corrected retrieved scan scattered light signal noise signal-to-noise ratio slope method spatial spectral sun photometer surement technique telescope temperature term tion transformation transmissometer transmittance troposphere vertical visibility voltage wavelength wind Zr(r
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