Vol. 14, issue 02, article # 8

Bondur V.G., Zubkov E.V. Lidar methods for remote sensing of pollution in the upper ocean layer. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2001. V. 14. No. 02. P. 128-140.
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Abstract:

Lidar methods for remotely sensing pollution of the marine environment and physical effects they are based on are discussed. These methods are promising for monitoring of the upper ocean layer because of their capability of monitoring the fields of a wide variety of different properties (physical, chemical, and biological). The efficiency of the proposed lidar methods is confirmed by field and laboratory experiments, as well as by theoretical studies.

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