Tunable infrared laser instruments for airborne atmospheric studies

  • Fried A
  • Diskin G
  • Weibring P
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Tunable infrared laser-based instruments on airborne platforms have
provided invaluable contributions to atmospheric studies over the
past several decades. This paper presents an overview of some recent
studies and developments using this approach that were presented
at the 2007 Field Laser Applications in Industry and Research (FLAIR,
http://www.inoa.it/flair/) conference in Florence, Italy. The present
overview only covers select in situ absorption-based instruments
that were presented in the airborne session at this conference. In
no case are comprehensive details presented. These details can be
found in the numerous references given. Additional approaches based
upon cavity-enhanced and photoacoustic measurements, which are also
making invaluable contributions in airborne atmospheric studies,
are not discussed in this brief overview.

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  • A. Fried

  • G. Diskin

  • P. Weibring

  • D. Richter

  • J. G. Walega

  • G. Sachse

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