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Vertical profile of stratospheric ozone by lidar sounding from the ground

Abstract : LIDAR measurements of stratospheric ozone by differential absorption (DIAL) technique were taken during July 1977 at the Haute-Provence Observatory (44N). A frequency doubled rhodamine 6G dye laser provided an output energy of 20–40 mJ in the wavelength range 300–310 nm. We report here preliminary measurements of stratospheric ozone in the altitude range 18–25 km. This experiment was carried out with the lidar facility previously used for the study of upper atmospheric metallic constituents at the mesopause level.
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Gérard Mégie, J. y. Allain, Marie-Lise Chanin, Jacques-Emile Blamont. Vertical profile of stratospheric ozone by lidar sounding from the ground. Nature, Nature Publishing Group, 1977, 270 (5635), pp.329-331. ⟨10.1038/270329a0⟩. ⟨insu-03585844⟩

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