This document discusses the use of LIDAR (Laser Infrared Detection and Ranging) to detect and map water vapor in the atmosphere. Topics include research objectives, the use of airborne and space platforms, the configuration and capabilities of the instrument, and future programs. Links to LASE image files and experiment results are included.
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