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Measurement intercomparison of the JPL and GSFC stratospheric ozone lidar systems

Abstract : For approximately one month during October and November 1988 the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center mobile lidar system was brought to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Table Mountain Facility, to make side-by-side measurements with the JPL lidar of stratospheric ozone concentration profiles. Measurements were made by both excimer laser DIAL systems on fifteen nights during this period. The results showed good agreement of the ozone profiles measured between 20- and 40-km altitude. This is believed to be the first reported side-by-side measurement intercomparison of two stratospheric ozone lidar systems.
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I. Stuart Mcdermid, Sophie Godin, L. Oscar Lindqvist, T. Daniel Walsh, John Burris, et al.. Measurement intercomparison of the JPL and GSFC stratospheric ozone lidar systems. Applied optics, Optical Society of America, 1990, 29 (31), pp.4671-4676. ⟨10.1364/AO.29.004671⟩. ⟨insu-03046580⟩

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