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Ozone, aerosols and polar stratospheric clouds measurements during the EASOE CampaignPreliminary results are presented of observations obtained during the EASOE campaign, with an airborne backscatter lidar and a ground-based DIAL ozone lidar system. Although the main signature observed on the lidar signals was due to the Pinatubo cloud which erupted in June 1991, distinct PSC events were detected on several occasions by the airborne lidar often in relation with orographic wave activity over the norvegian mountains. The ozone profiles obtained in Sodankyla with the ground based lidar are locally perturbed by the presence of the volcanic cloud. After a first correction of the aerosols effect, they present however a reasonably good agreement with the ozone sondes profiles performed on the same site.
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Document Type
Conference Paper
Godin, S. (Paris VI Univ.)
Megie, G. (Paris VI Univ.)
David, C. (Paris VI Univ.)
Mitev, V. (Paris VI Univ.)
Haner, D. (Paris VI Univ.)
Emery, Y. (Paris VI Univ.)
Flesia, C. (Paris VI Univ.)
Rizi, V. (Paris VI Univ.)
Visconti, G. (Paris VI Univ.)
Stefanutti, L. (Paris VI Univ.)
Date Acquired
September 6, 2013
Publication Date
April 1, 1994
Publication Information
Publication: NASA. Goddard Space Flight Center, Ozone in the Troposphere and Stratosphere, Part 2
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