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Pitts, David E.; Temporal Variations in Atmospheric Water Vapor
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Ochs, Gerard R.; Optical-scintillation method of measuring
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Ulivieri, Carlo; Remote Sensing of Precipitable Water Vapor by a
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Kader, BA;  Determination of Turbulent Momentum and Heat Fluxes
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Althouse Mark LG; Chemical Vapor Imaging with a Multispectral
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McRae, Thomas G.; Backscatter absorption gas imaging: a new
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Ochs, GR; Infrared Passive Wind Sensing - A Feasibility Study
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McDonald, John A; Naturally Occuring Atmospheric Acoustical
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Georges TM; Infrasound from Convective Storms - Examining the
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McCready, Paul B.; Instruments and Techniques for Locating and
Exploiting Thermals; Technical Soaring V1 no.1 July 1971 pp 14-17

Markson, Ralph; Remote Detection of Thermals by Means of
Horizontal Electric Field Measurements; MIT Soaring Symposium
Technical Papers, 1972 pp 293-314

Markson, Ralph; Electrostatic Sensing of Atmospheric Structure to
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Layton, RG; A Student Field Mill; 
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LaRoche, P.; Airborne Measurements of Electrical Atmospheric
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Knestrick,GL; Measurements of Spectral Radiance of the Horizon
Sky; Applied Optics, V6 no.12 December 1967 pp 2105-2109

Eldridge, Ralph G; Water Vapor Absorption of Visible and Near
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Magnin, Paul A; Doppler Effect: History and Theory
Hewlett-Packard Journal June 1986 pp 26-40

Williams, Deane; Remote Thermal Detection;
Hang Gliding Magazine, March 1984 pp 37-39

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