EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 237, 2020The 29th International Laser Radar Conference (ILRC 29)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Boundary Layer, Pollution, Greenhouse and Trace Gases|
|Published online||07 July 2020|
Comparison Among the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Height Estimated From Three Different Tracers
1 Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Science, São Paulo, Brazil
2 Andalusian Institute for Earth System Research (IISTA-CEAMA), Granada, Spain
3 Institute of Energetic and Nuclear Research (IPEN), São Paulo, Brazil
4 Federal Institute of São Paulo (IFSP), São Paulo, Brazil
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Published online: 7 July 2020
The Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL) is the lowermost part of the troposphere. In this work, we analysed the combination of ABL height estimated continuously by three different remote sensing systems: a ceilometer, a Doppler lidar and a passive Microwave Radiometer, during a summer campaign, which was held in Granada from June to August 2016. This study demonstrates as the combined utilization of remote sensing systems, based on different tracers, can provide detailed information about the height of ABL and their sublayers.
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