Intercomparison of Ozone Vertical Profile Measurements by Differential Absorption Lidar and IASI-MetOp Satellite in the Upper Troposphere–Lower StratosphereReport as inadecuate


Intercomparison of Ozone Vertical Profile Measurements by Differential Absorption Lidar and IASI-MetOp Satellite in the Upper Troposphere–Lower Stratosphere


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V.E. Zuev Institute of Atmospheric Optics, 1 Academician Zuev Square, Tomsk 634055, Russia

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Department of Innovative Technologies, National Research Tomsk State University, 36 Lenin Avenue, Tomsk 634050, Russia





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Academic Editors: Yang Liu, Jun Wang, Omar Torres, Richard Müller and Prasad S. Thenkabail

Abstract This paper introduces the technique of retrieving the profiles of vertical distribution of ozone considering temperature and aerosol correction in DIAL sounding of the atmosphere. The authors determine wavelengths, which are promising for measurements of ozone profiles in the upper troposphere–lower stratosphere. An ozone differential absorption lidar is designed for the measurements. The results of applying the developed technique to the retrieval of the vertical profiles of ozone considering temperature and aerosol correction in the altitude range 6–15 km in DIAL sounding of the atmosphere confirm the prospects of ozone sounding at selected wavelengths of 341 and 299 nm with the proposed lidar. The 2015 ozone profiles retrieved were compared with satellite IASI data and the Kruger model. View Full-Text

Keywords: intercomparison; differential absorption lidar; ozone; satellite measurements; IASI; upper troposphere; lower stratosphere intercomparison; differential absorption lidar; ozone; satellite measurements; IASI; upper troposphere; lower stratosphere





Author: Sergey I. Dolgii 1, Alexey A. Nevzorov 1, Alexey V. Nevzorov 1, Oleg A. Romanovskii 1,2,* and Olga V. Kharchenko 1

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