Atmospheric Remote Sensing Laboratory

The Atmospheric Remote Sensing Laboratory (ARSL) is located in the  Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) building at the University of Arizona.  The groups main interests are in electromagnetic sensing of the environment,  atmospheric radiation and optics, and optoelectronic instrumentation.

About the ARSL


The People

Recent Publications


Contact Information

Related Links

  Lidar in Space Technology Experiment (LITE)
  ESSP3 (formally PICASSO\CENA)
  Remote Sensing Group (RSG) University of Arizona
  Terra Earth Observing Systems (EOS)
 Global Aerosol Climatology Project (GACP)
 Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM)

The ARSL is directed by Dr. John Reagan. The group is responible for design, development and testing of various remote sensing devices and data analysis methods. Currently the groups main focus is on eye-safe lidar (laser radar) instruments, for groundbased.airborne and spaceborne applications.

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