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by Stelitano, Dario, Girolamo, Paolo Di, Scoccione, Andrea, Summa, Donato and Cacciani, Marco
Reference:
Stelitano, Dario, Girolamo, Paolo Di, Scoccione, Andrea, Summa, Donato and Cacciani, Marco, 2019: Characterization of atmospheric aerosol optical properties based on the combined use of a ground-based Raman lidar and an airborne optical particle counter in the framework of the Hydrological Cycle in the Mediterranean Experiment \textendash Special Observation Period 1Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 12, 2183-2199.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{Stelitano_2019,
  author        = {Dario Stelitano and Paolo Di Girolamo and Andrea Scoccione and Donato Summa and Marco Cacciani},
  title         = {Characterization of atmospheric aerosol optical properties based on the combined use of a ground-based Raman lidar and an airborne optical particle counter in the framework of the Hydrological Cycle in the Mediterranean Experiment {\textendash} Special Observation Period 1},
  journal       = {Atmospheric Measurement Techniques},
  year          = {2019},
  volume        = {12},
  number        = {4},
  pages         = {2183--2199},
  month         = {apr},
  copublication = {N: a Es, b It, c Fr},
  doi           = {10.5194/amt-12-2183-2019},
  owner         = {hymexw},
  publisher     = {Copernicus {GmbH}},
  timestamp     = {2020-01-14},
}