Vol. 23, issue 09, article # 9

Tarashchanskii B.A., Kokhanenko G.P., Mirgazov R.R., Ryabov E.V., Yagunov A.S. Methods and results of monitoring optical characteristics of the Baikal Neutrino Telescope with the use of a stationary deep-water device ASP-15. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2010. V. 23. No. 09. P. 793-802 [in Russian].
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Some results of the spectral and angular dependences of the IOP at different depths are presented. The submerged device ASP-15 is designed for continuous monitoring of inherent optical properties (IOP) of the Baikal Lake water. It is placed in South Baikal near the Neutrino Telescope NT200+ and used for optical accompaniment of its work at 1200 m depth. The construction of the device, methods of the light field measurements and retrieval of the optical properties are described.


inherent optical properties, absorption, scattering, monitoring