Development of differential absorption LiDAR system at 1.57 μm for sensing carbon dioxide in China

Abstract

To facilitate understanding of the relationship between the most significant greenhouse gas carbon dioxide and human activities, we have developed a differential absorption lidar (DIAL) detection system at 1.57 μm. The goal of this lidar system is to detect the temporal and spatial distribution of atmospheric carbon dioxide gas from 0.3 km to 3 km in… (More)

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@article{Liang2017DevelopmentOD, title={Development of differential absorption LiDAR system at 1.57 μm for sensing carbon dioxide in China}, author={Ailin Liang and Ge Han and Xin Ma and Chengzhi Xiang and Yuxin Zheng and Teng Zhang and Hao Xu and Wei Gong}, journal={2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS)}, year={2017}, pages={5268-5271} }