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Laser-based Water Vapor Isotope Ratio Measurements in Climate Studies From Antarctica to the Asian Monsoon

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Abstract

Laser-based cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy enables compact and robust instruments to make in-situ and airborne observations of water isotopes in Antarctica and the upper troposphere. We discuss the technique and its application to climate research.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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