Abstract

Scanning atmospheric lidar and in situ observations of internal gravity waves with wavelengths ranging from 30 m to 100 m in the atmospheric roughness sublayer over a forest canopy will be presented.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

PDF Article
More Like This
Research results, lessons learned and future perspective of forward-looking LIDAR for aircraft

Nikolaus P. Schmitt
AM1A.2 CLEO: Applications and Technology (CLEO_AT) 2017

Optical Atomic Clocks: From International Timekeeping to Gravity Potential Measurement

Helen S. Margolis, Heiner Denker, Christian Voigt, Ludger Timmen, Jacopo Grotti, Silvio Koller, Stefan Vogt, Sebastian Häfner, Uwe Sterr, Christian Lisdat, Antoine Rolland, Fred N. Baynes, Michel Zampaolo, Pierre Thoumany, Marco Pizzocaro, Benjamin Rauf, Filippo Bregolin, Anna Tampellini, Piero Barbieri, Massimo Zucco, Giovanni A. Costanzo, Cecilia Clivati, Filippo Levi, and Davide Calonico
SM1F.3 CLEO: Science and Innovations (CLEO_SI) 2019

Recent progress in wind field sensing by aerosol lidar and motion estimation algorithms

Shane D. Mayor
AW4K.4 CLEO: Applications and Technology (CLEO_AT) 2016

References

You do not have subscription access to this journal. Citation lists with outbound citation links are available to subscribers only. You may subscribe either as an OSA member, or as an authorized user of your institution.

Contact your librarian or system administrator
or
Login to access OSA Member Subscription