1 February 1981 Remote Raman Measurement Techniques
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The use of laser Raman measurement techniques in remote sensing applications is surveyed. A feasibility index is defined as a means to characterize the practicality of a given remote Raman measurement application. Specific applications of Raman scattering to the measurement of atmospheric water vapor profiles, methane plumes from liquid natural gas spills, and subsurface ocean temperature profiles are described. This paper will survey the use of laser Raman measurement techniques in remote sensing applications using as examples specific systems that the Computer Genetics Corporation (CGC) group has developed and engineered.
Donald A. Leonard, Donald A. Leonard, } "Remote Raman Measurement Techniques," Optical Engineering 20(1), 200191 (1 February 1981). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972669 . Submission:
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