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Special volume 60 (5): Remote Sensing and Sounding of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer; Guest Editors: Zbigniew Sorbjan and Tadeusz Stacewicz


Sorbjan, Z., Stacewicz, T.

Remote Sensing and Sounding of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Preface to the Topical Issue

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Viana, S., Yagüe, C., Maqueda, G.

Vertical Structure of the Stable Boundary Layer Detected by RASS-SODAR and In-Situ Measurements in SABLES 2006 Field Campaign

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Lampert, A., Ström, J.  , Ritter, C.  , Neuber, R.  , Yoon, Y.Y.  , Chae, N.Y.  , Shiobara, M.  

Inclined Lidar Observations of Boundary Layer Aerosol Particles above the Kongsfjord, Svalbard

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Markowicz, K.M., Zieliński, T.  , Blindheim, S., Gausa, M.  , Jagodnicka, A.K.  , Kardas, A.E., Kumala, W., Malinowski, Sz.P., Posyniak, M.  , Petelski, T.  , Stacewicz, T.  

Study of Vertical Structure of Aerosol Optical Properties with Sun Photometers and Ceilometer During the MACRON Campaign in 2007

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Pietruczuk, A., Chaikovsky, A.  

Variability of Aerosol Properties during the 2007-2010 Spring Seasons over Central Europe

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Zieliński, T., Petelski, T., Makuch, P., Strzałkowska, A., Ponczkowska, A., Markowicz, K.M., Chourdakis, G., Georgoussis, G., Kratzer, S.  

Studies of Aerosols Advected to Coastal Areas with the Use of Remote Techniques

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Stachlewska, I.S., Piądłowski, M.  , Migacz, Sz.  , Szkop, A.  , Zielińska, A.J.  , Swaczyna, P.L.  

Ceilometer Observations of the Boundary Layer over Warsaw, Poland

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Madougou, S., Saïd, F., Campistron, B., Lothon, M., Kebe, C.F.

Results of UHF Radar Observation of the Nocturnal Low-Level Jet for Wind Energy Applications

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Reuder, J., Jonassen, M.O.  , Ólafsson, H.  

The Small Unmanned Meteorological Observer SUMO: Recent Developments and Applications of a Micro-UAS for Atmospheric Boundary Layer Research

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Wilson, C., Fedorovich, E.

Direct Evaluation of Refractive-Index Structure Functions from Large-Eddy Simulation Output for Atmospheric Convective Boundary Layers

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Special volume 60 (5): Remote Sensing and Sounding of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer; Guest Editors: Zbigniew Sorbjan and Tadeusz Stacewicz


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