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Essentials of multiangle data-processing methodology for smoke polluted atmospheresAuthor(s): Vladimir Kovalev; A. Petkov; Cyle Wold; Shawn Urbanski; WeiMin Hao
Source: Romanian Journal of Physics. 56(3-4): 520-529.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionEssentials for investigating smoke plume characteristics with scanning lidar are discussed. Particularly, we outline basic principles for determining dynamics, heights, and optical properties of smoke plumes and layers in wildfire-polluted atmospheres. Both simulated and experimental data obtained in vicinities of wildfires with a two-wavelength scanning lidar are considered.
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CitationKovalev, V. A.; Petkov, A.; Wold, C.; Urbanski, S.; Hao, W. M. 2011. Essentials of multiangle data-processing methodology for smoke polluted atmospheres. Romanian Journal of Physics. 56(3-4): 520-529.
Keywordsscanning lidar, smoke-polluted atmosphere, measurement methodology
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