1 May 2008 Applications of real-world gas detection: Airborne Natural Gas Emission Lidar (ANGEL) system
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J. of Applied Remote Sensing, 2(1), 023518 (2008). doi:10.1117/1.2937078
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, Steven V. Stearns, R. Todd Lines, Dawn Lenz, David M. Brown, 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


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