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COMBINED USE OF LIDAR AND NUMERICAL DIFFUSION MODELS TO ESTIMATE THE QUANTITY AND DISPERSION OF VOLCANIC ERUPTION CLOUDS IN THE STRATOSPHERE: VULCAN FUEGO, 1974, AND AUGUSTINE, 1976
Cadle, R. D., Fernald, F. G., and Frush, C. L., 1977, Combined use of LIDAR and numerical diffusion models to estimate the quantity and dispersion of volcanic eruption clouds in the stratosphere: Vulcan Fuego, 1974, and Augustine, 1976: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 82, n. 12, p. 1783-1786.
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