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Monitoring Aerosol Profiles in the Bahamas Using a Portable Bistatic Camera Lidar

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A wide-angle camera based bistatic lidar is used to profile aerosols in the Bahamas. Aerosol extinction was derived and boundary layer top agrees with radiosonde relative humidity demonstrating CLidar utility for in-situ environmental characterization.

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