OPTICAL REMOTE SENSING OF AIR POLLUTION
This volume contains the 17 lectures of a course held at the JRC, Ispra, 12-15 April 1983 as part of its Education and Training programme. The course aimed to give an updated overview of the present status and applications of optical remote sensing in the study of atmospheric pollution: its lectures inform on: scattering, absorption, emission and radiation transfer in the atmosphere; principles of remote sensing techniques; absorption correlation spectrometry and effects of atmospheric interaction on 17; applications of ORS to meteorology; principles of Lidar; differential and Raman Lidars and their applications; Lidar applications to aerosols and particles and to plume tracking and modelling; monitoring of distributed emissions by correlation spectrometry; long path measurements of atmospheric trace gases by infrared absorption techniques, vertical mass loading of aerosol particles by sun photometric measurements; laser fluorescence; long path monitoring of tropospheric OH by UV laser absorption; optimization of monitoring networks by remote - sensing techniques; meteorological effects in ORS operations.
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