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The physical effects used are elastic backscattering of the transmitted laser radiation and the shift of the laser wavelength by the Doppler effect: particles moving toward the lidar increase the apparent frequency causing a shift to the blue, and vice versa. Only the line-of-sight, or longitudinal, component of the threedimensional wind vector can thus be determined in a single measurement. Because typical wind speeds are so small in comparison with the speed of light, the wavelength shifts are extremely small.
1 (Color figure follows page 398). Terawatt white-light beam in the atmosphere. Photograph taken at the Jena University. 5 km) is visible via enhanced aerosol scattering (Teramobileß). 40 Kasparian et al. 4,5 Besides other atmospheric applications such as lightning control,6 this French– German collaborative project aims at developing a new lidar technique that allows multipollutant detection and composition analysis of the aerosols, as well as remote sensing of the water-vapor saturation in view of a better forecast of rain, hail, or snow.
Laser remote sensing EO by Takashi Fujii, Tetsuo Fukuchi