Consortium of Resonance and Rayleigh Lidars

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Present-day Structure

Consortium members:
University of Colorado, University of Illinois, Colorado State University and Colorado Research Associates

Lidar sites: Na wind / temperature lidars at Maui, Colorado State University, and ALOMAR

Collaborators: Jonathan Friedman, Arecibo Observatory

Lidar Consortium Potential Expansion Polar latitude lidars sites
1) ALOMAR, Andoya, Norway (69°N, 16°E), Colorado Research Associates and Colorado State University with Institute of Atmospheric Physics and Andoya Rocket Range: Narrowband resonance temperature/wind lidar (Na Doppler technique)
2) Sondrestrom Upper Atmospheric Research Facility, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland (67°N, 51°W), SRI International: Broadband Rayleigh lidar, Broadband resonance lidar
3) Poker Flat Research Range, Chatanika, Alaska (65°N, 147°W), University of Alaska: Broadband resonance lidar, Broadband Rayleigh lidar (with Communications Research Laboratory)

Middle latitudes lidars sites
1) Fort Collins, Colorado (41°N, 105°W), Colorado State University: Narrowband resonance temperature/wind lidar (Na Doppler technique)
2) Logan, Utah (42°N, 112°W), Utah State University (USU): Broadband Rayleigh lidar

Tropical lidars sites
1) Maui, Hawaii (21°N, 156°W), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Maui Space Surveillance Complex: Narrowband resonance temperature/wind lidar (Na Doppler technique)
2) Arecibo, Puerto Rico (18°N, 67°W), National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center: Broadband resonance lidar, Narrowband resonance lidar (K Doppler technique)

 

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