1 May 2008 Applications of real-world gas detection: Airborne Natural Gas Emission Lidar (ANGEL) system
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An airborne DIfferential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) system was used to detect methane, propane, and light crude gas vapors during real-world collections. A series of overflights were conducted at two separate test locations (Kingsville/Corpus Christi, TX and Spencerport, NY). DIAL, digital orthophotography, and video data were collected, processed and analyzed at both sites. A new Hydrocarbon Detection Algorithm (HHDA) was developed to detect gasses other than methane. The HHDA shows promise for detecting multiple species in a local area with uniform surface reflectance or known variability.
Darryl G. Murdock, Darryl G. Murdock, Steven V. Stearns, Steven V. Stearns, R. Todd Lines, R. Todd Lines, Dawn Lenz, Dawn Lenz, David M. Brown, David M. Brown, C. Russell Philbrick, C. Russell Philbrick, } "Applications of real-world gas detection: Airborne Natural Gas Emission Lidar (ANGEL) system," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 2(1), 023518 (1 May 2008). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2937078 . Submission:
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