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Laser Remote Chemical Analysis, Raymond M. Measures
Laser Remote Chemical Analysis, after beginning with the fundamentals of how lasers can be used for remote sensing-particularly in chemistry-proceeds with a comprehensive set of reviews covering the different facets of the subject, written by seven of today's top authorities on laser remote sensing. Includes a detailed study of atmospheric transmission, an overview on environmental sensing based on infrared absorption of laser radiation, a discussion of how lasers can be used to map specific atmospheric pollutants, a review of how lasers can measure trace constituents in the atmosphere, and more. This is a definitive source of information for any scientist, researcher, or student interested in the use of a laser as a remote sensing tool.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Atmosphere Remote sensing, Atmosphere Laser observations, Atmospheric chemistry Remote sensing, Optical radar