3 years ago

Scattering phase function depolarization parameter model and its application to water droplets sizing using off-axis lidar measurements at multiple angles

Xiaoying Cao, Gilles Roy, Gregoire Tremblay
The backscattering lidar depolarization parameter D of water droplets contains information on their size that can be directly modeled as a function of the forward-scattering diffraction peak. Using a polarimetric Monte Carlo simulator, water clouds having different extinctions and droplet size ...

Publisher URL: http://www.osapublishing.org/abstract.cfm

DOI: ao-57-4-969

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