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Investigation of diurnal patterns in vertical distributions of pollen in the lower troposphere using LIDAR technique

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Title
Investigation of diurnal patterns in vertical distributions of pollen in the lower troposphere using LIDAR technique
Other Titles
라이다로 관측된 대기권 하층에서의 화분 연직 분포의 일 변동
Authors
Noh, Young Min
Kim, K. R.
Choi, Y. J.
Choi, Taejin
Shin, S.
Shin, D.
Lee, K.
D. Muller
Lee, Hanlim
Keywords
Depolarization ratio; Diurnal pattern; Lidar; Pollen; Vertical distribution
Issue Date
2013
Publisher
Copernicus
Citation
Noh, Young Min, et al. 2013. "Investigation of diurnal patterns in vertical distributions of pollen in the lower troposphere using LIDAR technique". Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13(0): 7619-7629.
Abstract
The diurnal pattern of the vertical distribution of biogenic pollen in the lower troposphere was investigated by LIDAR in spring (4 May - 2 June) 2009, Gwangju, Korea. During the measurement period, the daily variations of the high depolarization ratios close to the surface showed correlation to number concentration measurements of pollen. This finding suggests that high depolarization ratios could be attributed to enhanced pollen concentrations. The diurnal characteristics of the high values of depolarization ratios are thought to be closely associated with turbulent transport. Diurnal and vertical characteristics of pollen, if measured continuously, could be used to improve the accuracy of pollen-forecasting models via data assimilation studies. (쇄빙연구선 탑재 라이다의 쇄빙연구선 탑재 전 광주과기원에서의 비교 실험을 위해 운영된 기간 동안의 연구결과임)
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/6588
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.5194
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