TODWLTwin Otter Doppler Wind Lidar
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In the fall campaign, TODWL flights crisscrossed the basin at 2400 m AGL, transecting the GM ridge, while conically scanning the terrain with onboard Doppler lidar to probe the mountain flows (De Wekker et al.
6 shows horizontal wind components taken by TODWL at two representative levels, selected from a series of measurements at about 2-km intervals in the horizontal with a vertical resolution of 50 m from about 250 m AGL to 500 m below the aircraft altitude.
9, where concurrent CBL measurements using TODWL and Datahawk UAV are shown for morning flights of fall IOP5, with terrain-following PBL heights derived from the aerosol backscatter profiles.