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Figure 2 shows the result observed during 0–12 h local time on October 7, 2006. The weather map of Fig. 5 0 0 2 4 6 Time [hour] 8 10 12 Fig. 2. (a) Weather map over Japan on October 7, 2006. (b) 12-h cloud long-term observation result: October 7, 2006. Temp. 21◦ C, Hum. 35%. April 10, 2009 12:4 AOGS 2007 - AS Volume 9in x 6in b672-V10-ch03 Temporal and Spatial Variation of Cloud Measured with a PAL 23 pressure has moved northward passing along the east coast of Japan, involving stationary and cold fronts.
Specification of PAL. 2 mrad Scaler Resolution 24 m Range 24 m Averaging 10 or 20 s accumulated by a scaler (Stanford Research Systems SR430). The spatial resolution is 24 m and the maximum observation range is 24 km (altitude 15 km). The observation is made though the vertical window of the laboratory, leading to the capability of measurement under all weather conditions. The observation data have been accumulated since the year 2004. The system status can be checked and the data can be downloaded through the Internet.
3. 12-h cloud long-term observation result: September 18, 2006. Temp. 24◦ C, Hum. 82%. Altitude [km] (a) 6 3 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 8 10 12 Time [hour] Altitude [km] (b) 6 3 0 0 2 4 6 Time [hour] Fig. 4. 12-h atmosphere long-term observation results. (a) September 21, 2006. Temp. 7◦ C, Hum. 59%, (b) December 23, 2006. Temp. 9◦ C, Hum. 57%. April 10, 2009 12:4 24 AOGS 2007 - AS Volume 9in x 6in b672-V10-ch03 T. Shina et al. September 21, 2006. The atmospheric boundary layer and cloud were captured at the altitude of 2 km and 4 km, respectively.
Advances in Geosciences: Volume 10: Atmospheric Science (As) by Wing-Huen Ip, Jai-Ho Oh, Gyan Prakash Singh