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Hong Kong Observatory currently uses a series of meteorological instruments, including long-range LIDAR (light detection and ranging) systems, to provide alerting services of low-level windshear and turbulence for Hong Kong

Hong Kong Observatory currently uses a series of meteorological instruments, including long-range LIDAR (light detection and ranging) systems, to provide alerting services of low-level windshear and turbulence for Hong Kong International Airport. For some events that are smaller in spatial dimensions and are rapidly changing, such as low altitude windshear and turbulence associated with buildings or man-made structures, it would be necessary to involve meteorological instruments that offer greater spatial resolution.

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    • 2013-11-30
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1155/2014/162748
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      1687-9309
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      1687- 9317
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    Hon, K. K., Chan, P. W., Chiu, Y. Y., & Tang, Wenbo (2014). Application of Short-Range LIDAR in Early Alerting for Low-Level Windshear and Turbulence at Hong Kong International Airport. ADVANCES IN METEOROLOGY, 2014, 162748. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/162748

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