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From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 15, Issue 16) Peer-ReviewedBased on the quality-controlled observational spectral width data of the Beijing mesosphere-stratosphere-troposphere (MST) radar in the altitudinal range of 3-19.8 km from 2012 to 2014, this paper analyses the...
From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 15, Issue 16) Peer-ReviewedKnowledge of sulfur dioxide layer height (SO.sub.2 LH) is important to understand volcanic eruption processes, the climate impact of SO.sub.2 emissions and to mitigate volcanic risk for civil aviation. However, the...
From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 15, Issue 16) Peer-ReviewedIn order to establish a creditable greenhouse gas (GHG) monitoring network to support the goals of carbon peak/neutrality, it is necessary to know what we have done and what we have to do in the future. In this study, we...
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