Links to ISARS Members
Phil Anderson at the British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
Sodar group at IFA of CNR, Rome, Italy (Stefania Argentini, Giangiuseppe Mastrantonio, Angelo Viola, ...)
Richard Coulter at Argonne National Laboratories, Argonne, Ill., USA
Michael Jones at CIRES, Boulder, USA
Erich Mursch-Radlgruber and Petra Seibert at IMP-BOKU, Vienna, Austria
William D. Neff, James R. Jordan, Brian D. Templeman at NOAA Environmental Technology Lab, Boulder, USA
Gary Woods at ADFA, Australia
Astrid Ziemann at University of Leipzig, Germany
Please send us your URL to be included!
Acoustic Sounding Links
List of manufacturers
British sodar web site
ABLE - Argonne Boundary Layer Experiment (contains descriptions and real-time data of sodars, wind profilers, RASS,
and other boundary layer instrumentation)
Monostatic echogrammes from Antarctica - picture gallery (British Antarctic Survey)
Real-time sodar data from Allentsteig (NE Austria) with a picture of the Remtech PA2 sodar
Acoustic monitoring of the ocean (NOAA Environmental Technology Lab)
Infrasonics research programme (NOAA Environmental Technology Lab)
DWD Observatory Lindenberg - Electromagnetic wind profiler (482 MHz) with
Acoustic tomography in the atmosphere (University of Leipzig)
Sound propagation in the atmosphere (DLR Oberpfaffenhofen)
Lower Atmosphere Research Group (LARG) of the School of Physics, Australian Defence Force Academy, University
of New South Wales (Specialty: remote monitoring of insect migration)
ISO TC 146 / SC 5 Meteorology / WG 5 Remote atmospheric boundary layer profiling - Test methods for ground
Bibliography on remote profilers (wind profiler, RASS, sodar, lidar, etc.) compiled by Joel Van Baelen of Meteo France as part of COST-76.
This is a directory of ASCII file which you can read and download. Last
You may submit additions to Vladislav.Klaus@meteo.fr.
Short explanation: What is RASS? by Henk Klein Baltink.
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