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Lidar Based Particulate Flux Measurements of Agricultural Field Operations

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Abstract

Scanning lidar are used to characterize ambient aerosols and allow 3D imaging of atmospheric motion and aerosol variability. Space Dynamics Laboratory has developed and successfully deployed a three-wavelength lidar system to characterize particles in diverse settings.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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