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!! X WLMLA

The X WLMLA will be held in Meddelin, Colombia, in the third week of November. More details on the event webpage:

[[http://ciencias.medellin.unal.edu.co/eventos/wlmla/index.php/2-institucional/6-home]]
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!! XI WLMLA

The XI WLMLA will be held in Punta Arenas, Chile, from 16th to 20th of November 2020. More details on the event webpage:

[[https://xiwlmla.umag.cl/]]

[[Attach:poster_WLMLA_arenas.pdf|]]

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!! Barclay Clemesha (22 October 2018)

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After finishing his first degree at the University of London in 1957,
Barclay Clemesha left his native England to work as an International
Geophysical Year research assistant at University College Ibadan,
Nigeria. Although he intended to return to work in the UK at the end of
his eighteen-month contract, he has not done so.

After three years at Ibadan, working on the physics of the lower
ionosphere, he moved to the University of Ghana, Accra, where he worked
on F-region irregularities for 3 years. Working with a Radar he detected field
aligned irregularities at equatorial region which only years after would be known
as Equatorial Plasma Bubbles.

In 1963 he moved to the University of the West Indies, Kingston,
Jamaica, where together with Geoffrey Kent and Ray Wright, he developed
one of the first laser radars for atmospheric studies. He completed his
Ph. D. at the University of the West Indies in 1968. While in Jamaica he
participated of the First International Symposium of Equatorial Aeronomy in Peru
and of the Second Symposium that took place at INPE, São José dos Campos,
Brazil in 1966. There he knew Ida, at the time bilingual Secretary of the
Symposium. They got married and after living in Jamaica to the end of 1968 they
returned to Brazil and Dr. Clemesha started to work as Researcher at INPE and
where he worked for the next 47 years.

His pioneering continued at INPE where he built the first Laser Radar (Lidar) of
the Southern Hemisphere and measured Stratospheric Aerosols from 1969 to 1972.
That time was also an era or great progress in Lasers Development and Dr.
Clemesha built here at INPE an almost handmade Dye Laser used to measure
Sodium, metal present in the upper atmosphere due to the incidence of meteors.
His interests in Physics of The Upper Atmosphere did not limited to Lidars, but has
extended also to experiments on board of sounding rockets, Airglow, and also to
the measurements of wind and temperature in the upper atmosphere. Besides a
productive scientist, professor and advisor we have lost also a great human being.

Dr. Paulo Prado Batista\\
Senior Researcher\\
Aeronomy Division INPE
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Dr. Paulo Prado Batista\\
Senior Researcher\\
Aeronomy Division INPE
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!! Today we lost Barclay Clemesha (22 October 2018)

After finishing his first degree at the University of London in 1957,
Barclay Clemesha left his native England to work as an International
Geophysical Year research assistant at University College Ibadan,
Nigeria. Although he intended to return to work in the UK at the end of
his eighteen-month contract, he has not done so.

After three years at Ibadan, working on the physics of the lower
ionosphere, he moved to the University of Ghana, Accra, where he worked
on F-region irregularities for 3 years. Working with a Radar he detected field
aligned irregularities at equatorial region which only years after would be known
as Equatorial Plasma Bubbles.

In 1963 he moved to the University of the West Indies, Kingston,
Jamaica, where together with Geoffrey Kent and Ray Wright, he developed
one of the first laser radars for atmospheric studies. He completed his
Ph. D. at the University of the West Indies in 1968. While in Jamaica he
participated of the First International Symposium of Equatorial Aeronomy in Peru
and of the Second Symposium that took place at INPE, São José dos Campos,
Brazil in 1966. There he knew Ida, at the time bilingual Secretary of the
Symposium. They got married and after living in Jamaica to the end of 1968 they
returned to Brazil and Dr. Clemesha started to work as Researcher at INPE and
where he worked for the next 47 years.

His pioneering continued at INPE where he built the first Laser Radar (Lidar) of
the Southern Hemisphere and measured Stratospheric Aerosols from 1969 to 1972.
That time was also an era or great progress in Lasers Development and Dr.
Clemesha built here at INPE an almost handmade Dye Laser used to measure
Sodium, metal present in the upper atmosphere due to the incidence of meteors.
His interests in Physics of The Upper Atmosphere did not limited to Lidars, but has
extended also to experiments on board of sounding rockets, Airglow, and also to
the measurements of wind and temperature in the upper atmosphere. Besides a
productive scientist, professor and advisor we have lost also a great human being.
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!! VIII WLMLA

The local organising committee of the VIII WLMLA, held last April in Cayo Coco - Cuba, prepared a report Meeting Report. Please visit our [[Aline/Newsletter|Newsletter and Reports page]] for downloading the document. 

For the Course Lectures, Science Presentations and Posters, please access them here: [[http://www
.lalinet.org/viiiwlmla]]

!! Calbuco Volcano

%rframe width=300px% [[Campaign/CalbucoVolcano2015|http://media.npr.org/assets/img/2015/04/23/chile-calbuco_wide-ec9dce33f74a4c1970f589af2e55b56d580a68f9-s800-c85.jpg]] | Chile's Calbuco volcano is seen from the town of Puerto \\
Montt on Wednesday, April 22, 2015, as it spews a high \\
column of ash and lava. \\
Photo: Diego Main/AFP/Getty Images [[http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/04/23/401682275/video-of-volcano-erupting-in-chile-is-amazing-in-time-lapse?utm_source=npr_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20150426&utm_campaign=mostemailed&utm_term=nprnews|LINK]]

Many of our Lidar stations are in the region affected by the Calbuco Volcano. For more information on our measurements, please see [[Campaign/CalbucoVolcano2015|our special page on the Calbuco volcano eruption]].
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!! X WLMLA

The X WLMLA will be held in Meddelin, Colombia, in the third week of November. More details on the event webpage:

[[http://ciencias.medellin.unal.edu.co/eventos/wlmla/index.php/2-institucional/6-home]]
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[[http://www.lalinet.org/index.php/Aline/History|Read more about our history]]
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The Latin America Lidar Network (LALINET a.k.a ALINE) is a Latin American coordinated lidar network, established in 2001, measuring aerosol backscatter coefficient and aerosol extinction profiles for climatological studies of the aerosol distribution over Latin America, as well as other atmospheric species such as ozone and water vapor. This federative lidar network aims to establish a consistent and statistically sound database for enhancement of the understanding of the aerosol distribution over the continent and its direct and indirect influence on climate.
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The Latin America Lidar Network (LALINET a.k.a ALINE) is a Latin American coordinated lidar network measuring aerosol backscatter coefficient and aerosol extinction profiles for climatological studies of the aerosol distribution over Latin America, as well as other atmospheric species such as ozone and water vapor. This federative lidar network aims to establish a consistent and statistically sound database for enhancement of the understanding of the aerosol distribution over the continent and its direct and indirect influence on climate.
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The local organising committee of the VII WLMLA, held last April in Cayo Coco - Cuba, prepared a report Meeting Report. Please visit our [[Aline/Newsletter]] page for downloading the document.

http://lalinet.org/uploads/Aline/Newsletter/VIII_Cuba_WLMLA_Meeting_Report_2015.pdf
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!! VIII WLMLA

The local organising committee of the VIII WLMLA, held last April in Cayo Coco - Cuba, prepared a report Meeting Report. Please visit our
[[Aline/Newsletter|Newsletter and Reports page]] for downloading the document.
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The local organising committee of the VII WLMLA, held last April in Cayo Coco - Cuba, prepared a report Meeting Report. Please visit our [[Aline/Newsletter]] page for downloading the document.

http://lalinet.org/uploads/Aline/Newsletter/VIII_Cuba_WLMLA_Meeting_Report_2015.pdf
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Many of our Lidar stations are in the region affected by the Calbuco Volcano. For more information on our measurements, please see [[Campaign/CalbucoVolcano2015|our special page on the Calbuco volcano eruption]].
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!! Calbuco Volcano
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!! Lalinet Stations
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Photo: Diego Main/AFP/Getty Images [[http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/04/23/401682275/video-of-volcano-erupting-in-chile-is-amazing-in-time-lapse?utm_source=npr_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20150426&utm_campaign=mostemailed&utm_term=nprnews|LINK]]
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The Latin America Lidar Network (LALINET a.k.a ALINE) is a Latin American coordinated lidar network, established in 2008, measuring aerosol backscatter coefficient and aerosol extinction profiles for climatological studies of the aerosol distribution over Latin America, as well as other atmospheric species such as ozone and water vapor. This federative lidar network aims to establish a consistent and statistically sound database for enhancement of the understanding of the aerosol distribution over the continent and its direct and indirect influence on climate.
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The Latin America Lidar Network (LALINET a.k.a ALINE) is a Latin American coordinated lidar network, established in 2001, measuring aerosol backscatter coefficient and aerosol extinction profiles for climatological studies of the aerosol distribution over Latin America, as well as other atmospheric species such as ozone and water vapor. This federative lidar network aims to establish a consistent and statistically sound database for enhancement of the understanding of the aerosol distribution over the continent and its direct and indirect influence on climate.
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LALINET is a contributing network to the [[http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/arep/gaw/GAW_contr_networks.html|GAW Programme]].
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I NEED A TEXT TO ENTER HERE!!

=> I NEED THE GOOGLE-EARTH FROM JUAN CARLOS WITH ALL LIDAR STATIONS...

NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas from our previous discussions. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES (and expected to change)!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together.

I kindly ask all of you to please navigate through the website and send me an email with
the correct or proposed TEXT in the different sections, ok? I will fix that immediately.

You can contact me at: hbarbosa@if.usp.br

Skype: hmjbarbosa

g-talk: hmjbarbosa@gmail.com

Thanks,

Henrique Barbosa
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LALINET or ALINE
 
The Latin America Lidar Network (LALINET a.k.a ALINE) is a Latin American coordinated lidar network, established in 2008, measuring aerosol backscatter coefficient and aerosol extinction profiles for climatological studies of the aerosol distribution over Latin America, as well as other atmospheric species such as ozone and water vapor. This federative lidar network aims to establish a consistent and statistically sound database for enhancement of the understanding of the aerosol distribution over
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NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas from our previous discussions. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES (and expected to change)!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together. Instead of being upset, please just send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT and I will fix that immediately, ok?
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NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas from our previous discussions. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES (and expected to change)!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together.

I kindly ask all of you to please navigate through
the website and send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT in the different sections, ok? I will fix that immediately.
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NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas... Or at least, with the ideas I've made from the discussions we had, either via email, or personally. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together. Instead of being upset, please just send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT and I will fix that immediately, ok?
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NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas from our previous discussions. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES (and expected to change)!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together. Instead of being upset, please just send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT and I will fix that immediately, ok?
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NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas... Or at least, with the ideas I've made from the discussions we had, either via email, or personally. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together. Instead of being upset, please just send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT and I will fix that immediately.
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NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas... Or at least, with the ideas I've made from the discussions we had, either via email, or personally. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together. Instead of being upset, please just send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT and I will fix that immediately, ok?
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WE NEED A TEXT TO ENTER HERE!!
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I NEED A TEXT TO ENTER HERE!!

NOTE: I built this site myself, with my own ideas... Or at least, with the ideas I've made from the discussions we had, either via email, or personally. So, ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGES!!! And I probably made MANY mistakes while putting this information together. Instead of being upset, please just send me an email with the correct or proposed TEXT and I will fix that immediately.

You can contact me at: hbarbosa@if.usp.br

Skype: hmjbarbosa

g-talk: hmjbarbosa@gmail.com

Thanks,

Henrique Barbosa
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LALINET is the Latin American Lidar network. It is an effort of many research groups to ...
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O laboratório de física atmosférica desenvolve trabalhos relacionados à propriedades físicas e químicas da atmosfera, entre os quais se destacam o estudo do meio ambiente nas regiões amazônica, antártida e nos andes. Além disso, o grupo também estuda a poluição do ar em áreas urbanas, sensoriamento remoto da atmosfera e de propriedades de superfície, balanço de radiação da atmosfera, propriedades físicas e químicas de aerossóis atmosféricos, técnicas analíticas para análise de poluentes atmosféricos, e modelamento de processos físicos e químicos da atmosfera. Trabalhamos também intensamente no experimento LBA (experimento de grande escala da biosfera e da atmosfera da amazônia).

[[http://www.if.usp.br/lfa|Homepage oficial do grupo]]
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LALINET is the Latin American Lidar network. It is an effort of many research groups to ...
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O laboratório de física atmosférica desenvolve trabalhos relacionados à propriedades físicas e químicas da atmosfera, entre os quais se destacam o estudo do meio ambiente nas regiões amazônica, antártida e nos andes.

Além
disso, o grupo também estuda a poluição do ar em áreas urbanas, sensoriamento remoto da atmosfera e de propriedades de superfície, balanço de radiação da atmosfera, propriedades físicas e químicas de aerossóis atmosféricos, técnicas analíticas para análise de poluentes atmosféricos, e modelamento de processos físicos e químicos da atmosfera. Trabalhamos também intensamente no experimento LBA (experimento de grande escala da biosfera e da atmosfera da amazônia).
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O laboratório de física atmosférica desenvolve trabalhos relacionados à propriedades físicas e químicas da atmosfera, entre os quais se destacam o estudo do meio ambiente nas regiões amazônica, antártida e nos andes. Além disso, o grupo também estuda a poluição do ar em áreas urbanas, sensoriamento remoto da atmosfera e de propriedades de superfície, balanço de radiação da atmosfera, propriedades físicas e químicas de aerossóis atmosféricos, técnicas analíticas para análise de poluentes atmosféricos, e modelamento de processos físicos e químicos da atmosfera. Trabalhamos também intensamente no experimento LBA (experimento de grande escala da biosfera e da atmosfera da amazônia).

[[http://www.if.usp.br/lfa|Homepage oficial do grupo]]
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Welcome to PmWiki!

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A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software
,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]. 

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]]
.

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org
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O laboratório de física atmosférica desenvolve trabalhos relacionados à propriedades físicas e químicas da atmosfera, entre os quais se destacam o estudo do meio ambiente nas regiões amazônica, antártida e nos andes.

Além disso, o grupo também estuda a poluição do ar em áreas urbanas, sensoriamento remoto da atmosfera e de propriedades de superfície, balanço de radiação da atmosfera, propriedades físicas e químicas de aerossóis atmosféricos, técnicas analíticas para análise de poluentes atmosféricos, e modelamento de processos físicos e químicos da atmosfera. Trabalhamos também intensamente no experimento LBA (experimento de grande escala da biosfera e da atmosfera da amazônia).
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