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19 May 2005 Advanced oil pollution detection using an airborne hyperspectral lidar technology
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The increasing demand on accurately monitoring various pollutions, especially, oil in seawater and in ice, requires the employment of advanced remote sensing means. These techniques must be real-time and suitable for multiple tasks. One of very promising oil remote sensing techniques is a hyperspectral analyze of a laser light reflected by oil film. There is some development work going on in the world. This activity focuses on a modern lidar system, which is called a multi-wavelength hyperspectral lidar system. Our paper provides an overview of state-of-art of hyperspectral lidar technology up-to-date.
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Andre Samberg "Advanced oil pollution detection using an airborne hyperspectral lidar technology", Proc. SPIE 5791, Laser Radar Technology and Applications X, (19 May 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.607590
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