High Altitude Lidar Observatory
The High Altitude Lidar Observatory (HALO) is a multi-function airborne lidar used to measure profiles of water vapor, methane, and aerosols. HALO uses a combination of DIAL (DIfferential Absorption Lidar) and HSRL (High Spectral Resolution Lidar) techniques to generate these profiles. HALO provides measurements using three different laser transmitters (1645 nm, 1604 nm, 935 nm) and single multi-channel and multi-wavelength receiver.
- ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, ATMOSPHERE, CARBON AND HYDROCARBON COMPOUNDS, METHANE, AEROSOLS, ATMOSPHERE, AEROSOL EXTINCTION, ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR, ATMOSPHERE, ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR, ATMOSPHERE, WATER VAPOR PROFILES, AEROSOLS, ATMOSPHERE, AEROSOLS, ATMOSPHERE, AEROSOL BACKSCATTER
- Full Column Profile
- 182 THz, 187 THz, 321 THz
- Currently unavailble
LaRC, Fibertek Inc
Convective Processes Experiment – Aerosols & Winds
St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; Western Atlantic and Caribbean Sea
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