The use of acoustics to study atmospheric properties is well-established. A review of atmospheric effects on acoustic signals can be found in Thomson (1975) and the history of acoustic sounder development is given by Gaynor (1982). However, the use of Doppler acoustic sounders in air pollution applications, as pointed out by Gaynor (1982), has gained acceptance only very recently. Doppler acoustic sounders with proven reliability have become commercially available only in the past decade and, even now, only a limited number of units are routinely being used to collect wind data.
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