We would like to acknowledge the Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory for cofunding the initial GreenLITE development under contract number DE-FE002574 and the National Institute of Standards and Technology for partially funding the testing of the 5-km system prior to deployment to Paris, France, under contract number 70NANB15H317. We would like to thank Laura Dobeck and Lee Spangler for supporting testing of the initial system at the ZERT site, and the ISGS team (specifically, Randall Locke, Curt Blakley, Carl Carman, and Sallie Greenberg) for supporting deployment of the system to the IBDP site, as well as Steve McDonald and ADM for allowing access to the site for testing the operational capabilities of the system. Thanks to Dan Wolfe and Arlyn Andrews of NOAA for support in installing the retroreflectors at the BAO tower, and to Michael Hannigan and Johanna Gordon for access to the University of Colorado Picarro data. Thanks to our contractors in Paris, Enviroearth, for their amazing work in preparing the locations for the transceivers and reflectors, as well as initial installation and continuing support. In addition, we would like to acknowledge our colleagues at Le Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement (LSCE), LATMOS, and Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (CDS) (Marc Jamous, Jean-Christophe Theisen, Didier Philippe, Michel Maintenant, Sylvain Aulombard, and Michel Pérez), and the staff from LSCE who helped to set up the analyzer (M. Ramonet, M. Delmotte, and M. de Florinier) for providing support and data from their measurements as comparisons with the GreenLITE data and for continuing with further modeling and comparison activities. Finally, thanks to LATMOS at University of Pierre Marie CURIE, Paris Habitat, Elogie and Montparnasse ICADE for providing the locations to install the transceivers and reflectors in Paris, France.