PROBE stakeholder event upcoming!
Are you interested in fog alerts (i.e. transport applications, including airports, roads etc). air quality, environmental protection agencies, renewable energy and urban environments?
Then maybe this event is for you! We welcome anyone using (or planning to use) ABL profile measurements and advanced products to join the in-person meeting!
The event will be in person, at the University of Évora, Évora, Portugal, on the 6th October 2022, 9-13 WEST, and some...
Upcoming meeting on Doppler lidar standard procedures and retrievals
Hello! do you operate Doppler lidars? if yes, maybe this meeting can be interesting for you.
The WG3/4 is organizing a task group focusing the following goals:
Standard operation procedures (including scanning strategies)
Retrieval of vertical profiles of horizontal wind
Retrievals ABL height detection and ABL classification
They will check established, published work, collect the existing methods,...
Ready for the 2nd PROBE intro-lecture?
After the great success of the first PROBE intro lecture, in a few days the second lecture will be on air.
As always, for free, open-access, for everyone who is curious! This time, we will focus on the networks of atmospheric ground-based remote sensing instruments!
What are the most popular and widespread remote sensing instruments used to observe the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL)? In Europe, these include: wind profilers (>...
The first Introductory lecture is online!
Finally Online, available to all of you!
If you were interested in the basics of ground-based remote sensing instrumentation, eager to listen to the PROBE introductory lecture on that, and for some reason you missed it, or maybe you were simply busy, or you just heard about it and would like to learn more....
The full lecture is now available online on the PROBE youtube Channel. If you are interested in receiving the slides, please...