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https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-15-2231-2022
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13 Apr 2022
Research article |  | 13 Apr 2022

Continuous temperature soundings at the stratosphere and lower mesosphere with a ground-based radiometer considering the Zeeman effect

Witali Krochin​​​​​​​, Francisco Navas-Guzmán, David Kuhl, Axel Murk, and Gunter Stober

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This study leverages atmospheric temperature measurements performed with a ground-based radiometer making use of data that was collected during a 4-year observational campaign applying a new retrieval algorithm that improves the maximal altitude range from 45 to 55 km. The measurements are validated against two independent data sets, MERRA2 reanalysis data and the meteorological analysis of NAVGEM-HA.