Vol. 20, issue 04, article # 6

Kozintsev V.I., Belov M.L., Gorodnichev V.A., Fedotov Yu.V. The paper discusses the results of complex studies, dealing with use of the phenomenon of laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) for remote monitoring of the state of vegetation cover. We outline the specific features of functional scheme of new-generation. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2007. V. 20. No. 04. P. 303-305.
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The paper describes a three-wave remote laser method of measuring the oil film thickness at the rough sea surface based on the determination of the oil film transmission coefficient. Mathematical modeling shows that the method makes it possible to measure the oil film thickness between 5 and 140 μm. The mean error of the determination, in most cases, is no less than 15% in a series of 30 measurements at a relative root-mean-square value of measurement noise of 2%.