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 RASS
  • 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 based equipment
  • 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 update 1995.
    You may submit additions to
  • Short explanation: What is RASS? by Henk Klein Baltink.

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