Optical Remote Sensing of Air Pollution - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444423436, 9781483289885

Optical Remote Sensing of Air Pollution

1st Edition

Lectures of a Course Held at the Joint Research Centre, Ispra (Italy), 12-15 April 1983

Editors: P. Camagni S. Sandroni
eBook ISBN: 9781483289885
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 1st January 1984
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Scattering, Absorption, Emission and Radiative Transfer in the Atmosphere Chapter 2. Principles of Remote Sensing Techniques Chapter 3. Absorption Correlation Spectrometry Chapter 4. Effects of Atmospheric Interactions in Correlation Spectrometry Chapter 5. Some Applications Op Optical Remote Sensing to Meteorology Chapter 6. The Principles of Lidar Chapter 7. Differential Lidar and Its Applications Chapter 8. Raman Lidar and Its Applications Chapter 9. Lidar Applications to Aerosols and Particles Chapter 10. Lidar Applications: Plume Tracking and Modeling Chapter 11. Monitoring of Distributed Emissions by Correlation Spectrometry Chapter 12. Long Path Measurement of Atmospheric Trace Gases by Infrared Absorption Techniques Chapter 13. Vertical Mass Loading of Aerosol Particles by Sun-Photometric Measurements Chapter 14. Laser-Fluorescence Techniques Chapter 15. Long-Path Monitoring of Tropospheric Oh by UV-Laser Absorption Chapter 16. Optimization of Monitoring Networks by Remote Sensing Techniques Chapter 17. Meteorological Effects in Remote-Sensing Operations Subject Index


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P. Camagni

S. Sandroni


@qu:This book provides a competent review of optical remote sensing of air pollution... of most interest to those who wish to keep informed on state-of-the-art instrumentation and air monitoring techniques. @source: Clear Air

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