The Boulder Atmospheric Observatory and Its Meteorological Research Tower

Freeman F. Hall, Jr.

Remote sensing of the atmosphere by optical, acoustical, or radar means is becoming increasingly important in the meteorological community. Yet those of us in remote-sensing development are frequently asked the question, "How do you know your interpretation of the probing wave interactions with the atmosphere is correct?" Indeed, providing the independent verification of remote sensor performance has always been a challenge.

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