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Inclined Lidar observations of boundary layer aerosol particles above the Kongsfjord, Svalbard

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Title
Inclined Lidar observations of boundary layer aerosol particles above the Kongsfjord, Svalbard
Other Titles
경사라이다를 이용한 스발바드 콩스피요르드 대기 경계층의 에어로졸 관측
Authors
ritter C.
Strom J.
Lampert A.
Chae, Nam Yi
Yoon, Young Jun
Neuber R.
Shiobara M.
Subject
Geochemistry & Geophysics
Keywords
Arctic boundary layer; Lidar; Svalbard; aerosol
Issue Date
2012
Publisher
springer
Citation
ritter C., et al. 2012. "Inclined Lidar observations of boundary layer aerosol particles above the Kongsfjord, Svalbard". Acta Geophysica, 60(5): 1287-1307.
Abstract
A lidar system was used as a link between the observatory at the ridge of Zeppelin Mountain (475 m asl) and the observatories at sea level in Ny-?lesund, Svalbard. We report on the observation of aerosol layers directly above the Kongsfjord for two particular days, 29 April and 1 May 2007. On 29 April 2007, a layer of enhanced backscatter was observed in the lowest 25 m above the water surface from 10:00 until 13:00 UTC. The depolarization was low, indicating spherical particles like hydrated aerosol or water droplets. In the afternoon, this layer disappeared. The particle concentration at Zeppelin station was low all day (around 250 cm-3 for particles with diameter bigger than 10 nm, around 300 cm-3 for particles larger than 3 nm). At Corbel station (sea level, near the Kongsfjord), a similar concentration of particles larger than 2.5 nm was monitored.Kongsfjord for two particular days, 29 April and 1 May 2007. On 29 April 2007, a layer of enhanced backscatter was observed in the lowest 25 m above the water surface from 10:00 until 13:00 UTC. The depolarization was low, indicating spherical particles like hydrated aerosol or water droplets. In the afternoon, this layer disappeared. The particle concentration at Zeppelin station was low all day (around 250 cm-3 for particles with diameter bigger than 10 nm, around 300 cm-3 for particles larger than 3 nm). At Corbel station (sea level, near the Kongsfjord), a similar concentration of particles larger than 2.5 nm was monitored.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/5611
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/s11600-011-0067-4
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