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Investigation of the distribution of particles in atmosphere by means of a LIDAR working at two frequencies

Glesk, I. and Štrba, A. and Strizhevski, V. L. (1988) Investigation of the distribution of particles in atmosphere by means of a LIDAR working at two frequencies. Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, 38 (11). pp. 1210-1213. ISSN 0011-4626

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Abstract

The paper deals with measurement of the atmosphere by means of the LIDAR working at two wavelengths (530 nm and 266 nm) in the Kiev suburban region in May 1985. From the results acquired we have determined the state of the Junge's distribution functions of atmospheric aerosols.