The remote sensing observations of the atmospheres of the Earth and of other planets or of the interstellar medium provide numerous high quality absorption/emission spectra. The analysis of these data is based on theoretical treatments and spectral analyses as well as on laboratory spectroscopic measurements. The studies carried at LISA thus include the development and use of laboratory experiments and theoretical models, and of some software for the analysis of the spectra and remote sensing data.


Vogel, F. R., Frey, M., Staufer, J., Hase, F., Broquet, G., Xueref-Remy, I., Chevallier, F., Ciais, P., Sha, M. K., Pascale Chelin, Jeseck, P., Janssen, C., Té, Y., Groß, J., Blumenstock, T., Tu, Q., and Orphal, J.

XCO2 in an emission hot-spot region: the COCCON Paris campaign 2015
Atmos. Chem. Phys.

Wednesday 13 March 2019
A. Perrin, Jean-Marie Flaud, Fridolin Kwabia-Tchana, L. Manceron and P. Groner

Investigation of the ν8 and ν21 bands of propane CH3CH2CH3 at 11.5 and 10.9 μm: evidence of large amplitude tunnelling effects
Molecular Physics

Wednesday 2 January 2019
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