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LIDAR STUDIES FOR POLAR REGIONS.SMILEY VN; WARBURTON JA; MORLEY BM et al.1976; ANTARCT. J. U.S.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 11; NO 3; PP. 145-148; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

LIDARS POUR L'ETUDE DES CARACTERISTIQUES DE L'AEROSOL ATMOSPHERIQUEIVANOV AP; CHAJKOVSKIJ AP; DYATLOV KN et al.1978; ZH. PRIKL. SPEKTROSK.; BYS; DA. 1978; VOL. 29; NO 6; PP. 1044-1052; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

ETUDES SPECTRALES DES CARACTERISTIQUES OPTIQUES DE L'AEROSOL ATMOSPHERIQUEIVANOV AP; CHAJKOVSKIJ AP; OSIPENKO FP et al.1978; ZH. PRIKL. SPEKTROSK.; BYS; DA. 1978; VOL. 29; NO 6; PP. 1074-1078; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

ALIGNING THE TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER TELESCOPES OF AN INFRARED LIDAR: A NOVEL METHODOPPENHEIM UP; MENZIES RT.1982; APPL. OPT.; ISSN 0003-6935; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 21; NO 2; PP. 174-175Article

LIDAR RETURN SIGNALS FOR COAXIAL AND NON COAXIAL SYSTEMS WITH CENTRAL OBSTRUCTIONHARMS J.1979; APPL. OPT.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 18; NO 10; PP. 1559-1566; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

MULTIPLE TARGET TRACKING AND TARGET ATTITUDE DETERMINATION WITH A SCANNING LASER RADAR.FLOM T; COOMBES D.1974; NAVIGATION; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 21; NO 4; PP. 298-309; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

LIDAR SYSTEM FOR VISIBILITY MONITORINGCASTAGNOLI F; MORANDI M; PIPPI I et al.1983; OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS; ISSN 0306-8919; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 15; NO 3; PP. 261-268; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

VERTICAL WIND VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS BY A DOPPLER LIDAR AND COMPARISONS WITH A DOPPLER SODARCONGEDUTI F; FIOCCO G; ADRIANI A et al.1981; APPL. OPT.; ISSN 0003-6935; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 20; NO 12; PP. 2048-2054; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

GEOMETRICAL FORM FACTOR IN THE LASER RADAR EQUATION: AN EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATIONSASANO Y; SHIMIZU H; TAKEUCHI N et al.1979; APPL. OPT.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 18; NO 23; PP. 3908-3910; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

LIDAR POUR LA DETERMINATION DE LA VISIBILITE METEOROLOGIQUEZEL'MANOVICH IL.1976; IZVEST. AKAD. NAUK S.S.S.R., FIZ. ATMOSF. OKEANA; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1976; VOL. 12; NO 7; PP. 774-776; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

BORESIGHTING A GAUSSIAN BEAM ON A SPECULAR TARGET POINT: A METHOD USING CONICAL SCAN. = POSITIONNEMENT D'UN FAISCEAU GAUSSIEN SUR UN POINT CIBLE SPECULAIRE: METHODE UTILISANT UN BALAYAGE CONIQUEERTEZA A.1976; APPL. OPT.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 15; NO 3; PP. 656-660; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

OPTICAL RADAR - WHY THE CO2 LASER.WHITEBOOK M.1982; ELECTRO-OPTICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN; ISSN 0424-8457; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 14; NO 6; PP. 35-42; 5P.; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE BOUNDARY VALUE TERM IN THE KLETT LIDAR INVERSION FORMULAKNAUSS DC.1982; APPLIED OPTICS; ISSN 0003-6935; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 21; NO 23; PP. 4194; BIBL. 1 REF.Article

THE INSTRUMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL OPTICS: REMOTE STUDIES OF THE ATMOSPHEREHIRSCHFELD T.1980; OPT. ENG.; ISSN 0091-3286; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 19; NO 4; PP. 488Article

A NEW LIDAR SIGNAL PROCESSOR USING DIGITAL TECHNIQUES TO PROVIDE REAL-TIME DISPLAY.FRUSH CL.1975; OPT. QUANTUM ELECTRON.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 7; NO 3; PP. 179-185; BIBL. 2 REF.Article

LASER RADAR IMPROVEMENTSJELALIAN AV.1981; IEEE SPECTRUM; ISSN 0018-9235; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 18; NO 11; PP. 46-51Article

THE REFERENCE RANGE FOR DIFFERENTIAL ABSORPTION LIDARSRICHTER P; PECZELI I.1980; OPT. QUANTUM ELECTRON.; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 12; NO 4; PP. 335-340; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

GEOMETRICAL COMPRESSION OF LIDAR RETURN SIGNALS.HARMS J; LAHMANN W; WEITKAMP C et al.1978; APPL. OPT.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 17; NO 7; PP. 1131-1135; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

SIMPLIFIED DERIVATION OF GEOMETRICAL DYNAMIC RANGE COMPRESSIONALTMAN WP.1982; OPT. ENG.; ISSN 0091-3286; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 21; NO 4; PP. 800-801; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

AIR POLLUTION OBSERVATION WITH COMPACT LASER RADAR CAR.KOJIMA S; YOSHIDA H; GOTO K et al.1974; TOSHIBA REV., INTERNATION. ED.; JAP.; DA. 1974; NO 90; PP. 21-25; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

LASER RADAR REFLECTANCE OF CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERS AS A FUNCTION OF WIND SPEED.PETRI KJ.1977; I.E.E.E. TRANS. GEOSCI. ELECTRON.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 15; NO 2; PP. 87-96; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

CLOUD TOP REMOTE SENSING BY AIRBORNE LIDARSPINHIRNE JD; HANSEN MZ; CAUDILL O et al.1982; APPL. OPT.; ISSN 0003-6935; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 21; NO 9; PP. 1564-1571; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

POLARIZATION ANISOTROPY IN LIDAR MULTIPLE SCATTERING FROM CLOUDSCARSWELL AI; PAL SR.1980; APPL. OPT.; ISSN 0003-6935; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 19; NO 24; PP. 4123-4126; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

OPTIMISATION DES INSTRUMENTS AUTOMATIQUES A LASER POUR LE POSITIONNEMENT DES NUAGESMETLITSKIJ BI.1978; TRUDY NAUCH.-ISSLEDOVAT. INST. GIDROMETEOROL. PRIBOROSTR., MOSKVA; SUN; DA. 1978; NO 36; PP. 67-78; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

AIRBORNE LIDAR AEROSOL MEASUREMENTS DURING THE ASSESS II MISSIONWERNER C; BACHSTEIN F; DIETZ S et al.1978; REV. SCI. INSTRUM.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 49; NO 7; PP. 974-981; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

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