Chiao-Yao She and David A. Krueger
Scientists are using laser-induced fluorescence to assess temperature and wind in a largely
unstudied layer of the Earth’s atmosphere. Their results are crucial to our understanding
of solar-terrestrial relations and lay the groundwork for studies of global warming and
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Publish Date: 01 September 2007
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