His primary scientific interests are in Environmental science, Aerosol, Lidar, Mineral dust and Atmospheric sciences. His Environmental science study spans across into fields like Sun photometer and Water vapor. His work in the fields of Aerosol, such as Depolarization ratio, overlaps with other areas such as Mass concentration.
His studies in Lidar integrate themes in fields like Meteorology and Extinction. His study in Mineral dust is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wavelength and Troposphere. His work in Atmospheric sciences addresses issues such as Volcano, which are connected to fields such as Mixing ratio, Trace gas and Particle mass.
Volker Freudenthaler mostly deals with Lidar, Aerosol, Remote sensing, Environmental science and Meteorology. His Lidar study incorporates themes from Mineral dust, Wavelength and Backscatter. His Mineral dust research includes elements of Angstrom exponent, Climatology, Troposphere and Extinction.
His research integrates issues of Volcano, Volcanic ash and Plume in his study of Aerosol. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inversion and Photometer. Volker Freudenthaler has researched Atmospheric sciences in several fields, including Biomass burning, Single-scattering albedo and Aerosol cloud.
Volker Freudenthaler spends much of his time researching Lidar, Environmental science, Remote sensing, Aerosol and Meteorology. His Lidar research incorporates elements of Mineral dust and Polarization. His work on Raman lidar as part of general Remote sensing study is frequently linked to Quality assurance, Calibration and Calibration, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Many of his research projects under Aerosol are closely connected to Mass concentration with Mass concentration, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research in Meteorology focuses on subjects like Extinction, which are connected to Cirrus, Optical depth, Ice crystals and Warm front. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Relative humidity and Convective mixing.
Volker Freudenthaler focuses on Lidar, Remote sensing, Aerosol, Environmental science and Meteorology. His study on Raman lidar is often connected to Systematic error, Formalism and Quality assurance as part of broader study in Remote sensing. His studies deal with areas such as Wavelength, Atmospheric sciences and Polarization as well as Aerosol.
His Atmospheric sciences research includes themes of Mineral dust, Climatology and Radiation budget. The concepts of his Meteorology study are interwoven with issues in Polarization sensitive and Extinction. The Extinction study combines topics in areas such as Relative humidity, Sun photometer and Backscatter.
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Depolarization ratio profiling at several wavelengths in pure Saharan dust during SAMUM 2006.
Volker Freudenthaler;Michael Esselborn;Matthias Wiegner;Birgit Heese.
Tellus B (2009)
Long-range transport of Saharan dust to northern Europe : The 11-16 October 2001 outbreak observed with EARLINET
Albert Ansmann;Jens Bösenberg;Anatoli Chaikovsky;Adolfo Comerón.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
EARLINET: towards an advanced sustainable European aerosol lidar network
G. Pappalardo;A. Amodeo;A. Apituley;A. Comeron.
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (2014)
Airborne observations of the Eyjafjalla volcano ash cloud over Europe during air space closure in April and May 2010
U. Schumann;B. Weinzierl;O. Reitebuch;H. Schlager.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2011)
Vertically resolved separation of dust and smoke over Cape Verde using multiwavelength Raman and polarization lidars during Saharan Mineral Dust Experiment 2008
M. Tesche;A. Ansmann;D. Müller;D. Müller;D. Althausen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Characterization of Saharan dust, marine aerosols and mixtures of biomass-burning aerosols and dust by means of multi-wavelength depolarization and Raman lidar measurements during SAMUM 2
Silke Groß;Matthias Tesche;Volker Freudenthaler;Carlos Toledano;Carlos Toledano.
Tellus B (2011)
Aerosol lidar intercomparison in the framework of the EARLINET project. 1. Instruments.
V. Matthais;V. Freudenthaler;A. Amodeo;I. Balin.
Applied Optics (2004)
The 16 April 2010 major volcanic ash plume over central Europe: EARLINET lidar and AERONET photometer observations at Leipzig and Munich, Germany
A. Ansmann;M. Tesche;S. Groß;V. Freudenthaler.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Vertical profiling of Saharan dust with Raman lidars and airborne HSRL in southern Morocco during SAMUM
Matthias Tesche;Albert Ansmann;Detlef Müller;Dietrich Althausen.
Tellus B (2009)
EARLINET correlative measurements for CALIPSO: First intercomparison results
Gelsomina Pappalardo;Ulla Wandinger;Lucia Mona;Anja Hiebsch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
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