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Special volume 62 (2): Atmospheric Studies by Optical Methods; Guest Editors: Tymon Zieliński, Tomasz Petelski, and Iwona Stachlewska


Zieliński, T.

Atmospheric Studies by Optical Methods. Preface to the Topical Issue

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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

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Bloch, M., Karasiński, G.  

Water Vapour Mixing Ratio Profiles over Hornsund, Arctic. Intercomparison of Lidar and AIRS Results

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Holmen, S.E., Dyrland, M.E., Sigernes, F.

Mesospheric Temperatures Derived from Three Decades of Hydroxyl Airglow Measurements from Longyearbyen, Svalbard (78°N)

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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

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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

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Nemuc, A.  , Stachlewska, I.S., Vasilescu, J.  , Górska, A.  , Nicolae, D.  , Talianu, C.

Optical Properties of Long-Range Transported Volcanic Ash over Romania and Poland During Eyjafjallajökull Eruption in 2010

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Sokół, P.  , Stachlewska, I.S., Ungureanu, I.  , Stefan, S.  

Evaluation of the Boundary Layer Morning Transition Using the CL-31 Ceilometer Signals

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Todua, M., Didebulidze, G.G.

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)

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Zawadzka, O., Makuch, P.  , Markowicz, K.M.  , Zieliński, T.  , Petelski, T.  , Ulevičius, V., Strzałkowska, A., Rozwadowska, A., Gutowska, D.  

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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