Remote Sensing of Fire: Science and Application
Editor(s): Wei Min Hao
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10-14 August 2008
San Diego, California, United States
Front Matter
Proc. SPIE 7089, Front Matter: Volume 7089, 708901 (17 September 2008);
Keynote Session
Proc. SPIE 7089, Satellite remote sensing of atmospheric pollution: the far-reaching impact of burning in southern Africa, 708903 (27 August 2008);
Ground Observations of Fires and Smoke
Proc. SPIE 7089, Acoustic and thermal characterization of a forest fire event, 708904 (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, New possibilities for remote analysis of biomass burning: plumes by DOAS, 708905 (27 August 2008);
Smoke Plume Dynamics
Proc. SPIE 7089, Investigation of optical characteristics and smoke plume dynamics in the wildfire vicinity with lidar, 708906 (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, Quantitative studies of wildfire smoke injection heights with the Terra Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer, 708908 (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, Example applications of the MISR INteractive eXplorer (MINX) software tool to wildfire smoke plume analyses, 708909 (27 August 2008);
Fire Detection, Burned Areas, and Emissions
Proc. SPIE 7089, Use of multiple satellite sensors in NOAA's operational near real-time fire and smoke detection and characterization program, 70890A (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, Vegetation burned areas derived from multiple satellite-based active fires, 70890D (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, The impact of satellite-derived biomass burning emission estimates on air quality, 70890F (27 August 2008);
Long-Range Transport of Smoke Plumes
Proc. SPIE 7089, Validation of a MODIS direct broadcast burned area mapping algorithm for estimating biomass burning emissions, 70890G (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, Relationship between ATSR fire counts and CO vertical column densities retrieved from SCIAMACHY onboard ENVISAT, 70890I (27 August 2008);
Proc. SPIE 7089, Biomass burning emissions from satellite observations: synergistic use of formaldehyde (HCHO), fire counts, and surface temperature, 70890J (27 August 2008);
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