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Authors: Fiorucci, I.*
Muscari, G.*
Bianchi, C.*
Di Girolamo, P.*
Esposito, F.*
Grieco, G.*
Summa, D.*
Bianchini, G.*
Palchetti, L.*
Cacciani, M.*
Di Iorio, T.*
Pavese, G.*
Cimini, D.*
de Zafrah, R. L.*
Title: An Intercomparison of Precipitable Water Vapor Measurements Obtained During the ECOWAR Field Campaign
Title of journal: AIP Conference Proc.
Series/Report no.: 1/1100 (2009)
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Issue Date: 11-Mar-2009
DOI: 10.1063/1.3116932
Keywords: Precipitable Water Vapor
ECOWAR
IR and Millimeter-Wave Spectroscopy
Abstract: In this study we present an intercomparison of measurements of very low water vapor column content obtained with a Ground-Based Millimeter-wave Spectrometer (GBMS), Vaisala RS92k radiosondes, a Raman Lidar, and an IR Fourier Transform Spectrometer. These sets of measurements were carried out during the primary field campaign of the ECOWAR (Earth COoling by WAter vapor Radiation) project which took place on the Western Italian Alps from 3 to 16 March, 2007.
Appears in Collections:01.01.02. Climate
01.01.01. Composition and Structure
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