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Welcome

CRRL develops a resonance and Rayleigh lidar consortium for the middle and upper atmosphere scientific community. Lidars have reached a level of robust and reliable operation whose data and scientific contributions have made them an essential community asset. Sodium wind and temperature lidars have been the driving instrument for advancements in mesospheric dynamics and thermodynamics. Detailed measurements afforded by lidars are essential to study the atmospheric system as a whole.

CRRL Goals

Stimulate Campaign Science - Improve, standardize, and facilitate CRRL lidars’ coordination, performance, data processing and analysis, and data usage to increase their contributions to NSF CEDAR and Aeronomy collaborative science activities

CRRL Technology Center - Unite, advance, and share lidar technology development and personnel to ensure CRRL lidar facilities achieve their highest potential possible

Community Infrastructure - Forge and foster a CRRL infrastructure that enables collaboration and support for the NSF science community, contribute to long-term planning and vision, extend technical support to other lidar programs, and to expand the consortium

Community Education - Educate, train, and support undergraduate and graduate education of future scientists and engineers through active university-based lidar research programs, summer school programs, hands-on experiences and a guest investigator program

The CRRL Overview
The CRRL overview is available for download here.Download the powerpoint


 

 


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science to the Consortium of Resonance and Rayleigh Lidars. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

 

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