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Diode-Laser-Based Micro-Pulse Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) for Thermodynamic Profiling of the Lower Troposphere

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Micro-pulse differential absorption lidar have demonstrated humidity, calibrated aerosol, and temperature profiling capabilities. These instruments have the potential to fulfill the thermodynamic profiling needs for research and data assimilation.

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