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Special volume 62 (2): Atmospheric Studies by Optical Methods; Guest Editors: Tymon Zieliński, Tomasz Petelski, and Iwona Stachlewska
Atmospheric Studies by Optical Methods. Preface to the Topical Issue
Belegante, L. , Nicolae, D., Nemuc, A. , Talianu, C. , Derognat, C.
Retrieval of the Boundary Layer Height from Active and Passive Remote Sensors. Comparison with a NWP Model
Bloch, M., Karasiński, G.
Water Vapour Mixing Ratio Profiles over Hornsund, Arctic. Intercomparison of Lidar and AIRS Results
Mesospheric Temperatures Derived from Three Decades of Hydroxyl Airglow Measurements from Longyearbyen, Svalbard (78°N)
Karasiński, G., Posyniak, M. , Bloch, M. , Sobolewski, P. , Małarzewski, Ł. , Soroka, J.
Lidar Observations of Volcanic Dust over Polish Polar Station at Hornsund after Eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull and Grímsvötn
Medvedeva, I.V., Semenov, A.I. , Perminov, V.I. , Beletsky, A.B. , Tatarnikov, A.V.
Comparison of Ground-based OH Temperature Data Measured at Irkutsk (52°N, 103°E) and Zvenigorod (56°N, 37°E) Stations with Aura MLS v3.3
Optical Properties of Long-Range Transported Volcanic Ash over Romania and Poland During Eyjafjallajökull Eruption in 2010
Sokół, P. , Stachlewska, I.S., Ungureanu, I. , Stefan, S.
Evaluation of the Boundary Layer Morning Transition Using the CL-31 Ceilometer Signals
Cosmic Factors Influence on the Inter-Annual Variations of the Green 557.7 Nm Line and Red 630.0 Nm Line Nightglow Intensities and their Possible Coupling with Cloud Covering at Abastumani (41.75°N, 42.82°E)
Studies of Aerosol Optical Depth with the Use of Microtops II Sun Photometers and MODIS Detectors in Coastal Areas of the Baltic Sea
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