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by I.E. Naats,V.E. Zuev

Author: I.E. Naats,V.E. Zuev
Subcategory: Physics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (January 18, 1983)
Pages: 262 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Springer Series in Optical Sciences. Light Scattering by Aerosols and Lidar Sensing of the Atmosphere. Bibliographic Information. Inverse Problems of Lidar Sensing of the Atmosphere.

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Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 29.

This monograph undertakes to present systematically the methods for solving inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere, with emphasis on lidar techniques that are based on the use of light scattering by aerosols. The theory of multi-frequency lidar sensing, as a new method for studying the microphysical and optical characteristics of aerosol formations, is also pre­ sented in detail.

Preceding chapters have dealt with light scattering by aerosols for remote sensing of atmospheric aerosol formations. In: Inverse Problems of Lidar Sensing of the Atmosphere. Springer Series in Optical Sciences, vol 29. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

p. cm. - (Springer series in optical sciences, ISSN 0342-4111 ; 102) Includes bibliographical references and index

p. - (Springer series in optical sciences, ISSN 0342-4111 ; 102) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-387-40075-3 (acid-free paper) 1. Atmosphere - Laser observations. 2. Atmospheric physics - Remote sensing. radar - Observations. II. Springer series in optical sciences ; v. 102. QC976. L36L56 2005 55. ’028 - dc22.

Описание: This book examines recent results and trends in optical remote sensing from satellites. It clearly demonstrates the important applications of optical remote sensing by satellite in a range of important global environments.

Inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere Volume 29 of Springer-Verlag Series in Optical . . Inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere by . Zuev and . September 1984 · Science of The Total Environment.

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This monograph undertakes to present systematically the methods for solving inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere, with emphasis on lidar techniques that are based on the use of light scattering by aerosols. The theory of multi-frequency lidar sensing, as a new method for studying the microphysical and optical characteristics of aerosol formations, is also pre­ sented in detail. The possibilities of this theory are illustrated by the experimental results on microstructure analysis of tropospheric and low stratospheric aerosols obtained with ground-based two- and three-frequency lidars. The lidar facilities used in these experimental studies were construc­ ted at the Institute of Atmospheric Optics S8 USSR Academy of Sciences. Some aspects of remote control of dispersed air pollution using lidar systems are also considered. A rigorous theory for inverting the data of polarization lidar measure­ ments is discussed, along with its application to remote measurement of the complex index of refraction of aerosol substances and the microstructure pa­ rameters of background aerosols using double-ended lidar schemes. Solutions to such important problems as the separation of contributions due to Rayleigh­ molecular and Mie-aerosol light scattering into the total backscatter are ob­ tained by using this theory. Lidar polarization measurements are shown to be useful in this case. The efficiency of the methods suggested here for inter­ preting the lidar polarization measurements is illustrated by experimental results on the investigation of the microphysical parameters of natural aero­ sols and artificial smokes using polarization nephelometers.