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Ceilometer Observation of a Dust Event in the Gobi Desert on 29-30 April 2015: Sudden Arrival of a Developed Dust Storm and Trapping of Dust within an Inversion Layer
SOLA : Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere
Asian dust is transported over a long range via the mid-latitude westerlies when dust is lifted to the free troposphere over the source regions, whereas dust remaining in the atmospheric boundary layer is not transported far. In the Gobi Desert, a major source region of Asian dust, a ceilometer (compact lidar) monitors the vertical distribution of dust at Dalanzadgad, Mongolia. On 29−30 April 2015, the ceilometer observed a developed dust storm over the ground, followed by a dust layer within adoi:10.2151/sola.2019-011 fatcat:7lmop3gxljd4hh7wexgiq4ymoq