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Comparison of lidar and transmissometer measurements through clouds
Image Propagation through the Atmosphere
A lidar-transmissometer intercomparison was made during an international experiment held in the German Alps to characterize the vertical structure of aerosols and clouds. The transmission path was 2325-m long and inclined at 300 along the slope of a steep mountain ridge. The transmissometer consisted of a Nd:YAG and a Co2 laser located in the valley and a large-mirror receiver that captured the full beams on the mountain top. Two lidars, one at 1.06 pm and one at 1.054 pm, were operated withdoi:10.1117/12.254163 fatcat:sbo5mbuht5f2pgdj26hm5epwue