Correlation of Aerosol Scattering Lidar and Laser Strainmeter Signals during Earth’s Crust Deformations
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Lidar sensing of tectonic aerosol fluctuations in the laser strainmeter–interferometer tunnel during 2017.12–2018.05 at the Schultz cape (131°9′8″ E, 42°34′6″ N) near Vladivostok was performed for the first time to our knowledge. A negative correlation of laser interferometer and aerosol lidar signals was observed during low-frequency Earth crust deformations.
Keywordslaser strainmeter low-frequency deformations remote laser sensing lidar tectonic aerosol
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