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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 4995-5016, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-4995-2017
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20 Dec 2017
GARRLiC and LIRIC: strengths and limitations for the characterization of dust and marine particles along with their mixtures
Alexandra Tsekeri et al.

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The Generalized Aerosol Retrieval from Radiometer and Lidar Combined data algorithm (GARRLiC) and the LIdar-Radiometer Inversion Code (LIRIC) provide the opportunity to study the aerosol vertical distribution by combining ground-based lidar and sun-photometric measurements. Here, we utilize the capabilities of both algorithms for the characterization of Saharan dust and marine particles, along with their mixtures, in the south-eastern Mediterranean.
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