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Measures R.M. — Laser remote sensing. Fundamentals and applications
Measures R.M. — Laser remote sensing. Fundamentals and applications



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Название: Laser remote sensing. Fundamentals and applications

Автор: Measures R.M.

Аннотация:

A concise, self-contained monograph on laser remote sensing and its applications, this text discusses the ways in which lasers can be used to remotely measure the atmosphere and the hydrosphere. It provides a historical perspective and reviews the basic physics needed to understand the subject.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1992

Количество страниц: 510

Добавлена в каталог: 20.10.2005

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Attenuation strong and weak field limits      135
Attenuation with bleaching (saturation)      135
Attenuation with multiple scattering      138
Attenuation within cold medium      125
Attenuation within Lorentzian plume      282
Avalanche photodiode      219
Avalanche photodiode signal to noise      228
Axial mode (frequency) spacing      177
Background equivalent current      227
Background noise      223
Background noise limit      230 289
Background radiation (solar)      224
Background radiation (thermal)      225
Backscattered laser power      306
Backscattering (separation between aeroticulate and gaseous)      321
Backscattering coefficient for Mie      51 52 56
Backscattering coefficient for Rayleigh      42
Backscattering cross section for Rayleigh      42
Backscattering cross sections for atmospheric constituents      43
Backscattering lidar equation      see "Lidar equation"
Backscattering measurements (nonvolcanic)      300
Backscattering phase functions      54 56
Backscattering profile from lidar      365
Backscattering ratio      297
Backscattering ratio from clouds      354
Backscattering ratio minimum      298
Backscattering volume coefficient      54
Backscattering volume coefficient wavelength dependence      57
Bag sample comparison with lidar measurements      388 389
Balloon sonde      323 see
Balloon-borne lidar facility      342
Band head      81
Bandwidth (effective)      160
BaO data for fluorescence lidar      341
Basic fluorescence lidar equation      250
Basic laser fluoresensor equation      255
Basic lidar equation      276
Basic lidar equation for broadband laser      314
Basic statistical definitions      295 see
Bathymetric lidar      416 417
Bathymetric measurements      212
Bathymetric survey and turbidity measurements      414
Bathymetry and multiple scattering      138
Beam expander (for dye laser)      196
Beam spreading      419
Beer — Lambert law      90
Beer — Lambert law classical derivation      37
Beer — Lambert law solution of radiative transfer equation      125
Beer — Lambert law with scattering      138
Bernoulli equation      279
Bessel function (modified)      268
Biaxial lidar      214 260
Biaxial lidar (geometry of)      261
Biaxial lidar coplanar misalignment      269
Biaxial lidar misalignment      265
Biaxial lidar overlap factor (variation of)      263—265
Biaxial lidar overlap situations      262
Biaxial lidar parallel axis arrangement      263
Biaxial lidar telescope effective aperture variation      269
Biaxial lidar with central obstruction      272
Biaxial lidar without central obstruction      275
Birefringent filter (rocking of)      233
Birefringent filters      182 220
Birefringent filters in dye lasers      197
Blackbody radiation      1 59
Blackbody spectral energy density      127
Blackbody spectral radiance      127
Blocking filters      220
Blue water fluorescence      450
Bohr angular frequency      87
Bohr atom      60
Bohr relation      63
Boltzmann law      82 89
Boltzmann relation for temperature measurement      336
Born — Oppenheimer approximation      68 71
Bottleneck (terminal level)      187
Branches (Q)      81
Branches (R and P)      78
Branches (S and O)      105
Branches Raman spectrum      105
Brewster angle      29
Broadband rejection      213 234
Broadening (Holtsmark)      97
Broadening (Stark)      95
Broadening (van der Waals)      97
Broadening by collisions      95 96
Broadening by Doppler shift      94
Broadening by radiation damping      94
Bulk leakage current      228
Cable impedance      217
Call data for fluorescence lidar      341
Carbon dioxide laser      183 186 187 see
Carcinogenic waste disposal      412
Cassegrainian telescope      214
Cassegrainian telescope virtues      215
Catalytic destruction cycles of ozone      382
Cavity dumping with Pockels cell      168
Cavity mode (single)      158
Cavity modes (Fabry — Perot)      155
Cavity residence time      152
Cavity residence time (in semiconductor lasers)      201
Cavity standing waves (spatial hole burning)      164
CCRS airborne laser fluorosensor      429
CCRS airborne laser fluorosensor system parameters      430
Centrifugal distortion constant $D_{e}$      76
Channel multipliers      219
Chappius absorption bands      139
Characteristic rotational temperature      334
Chlorinated hydrocarbons      412
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC or freons)      5 see
Chlorophyll and photosynthesis      442
Chlorophyll and phytoplankton      443
Chlorophyll comparison of lidar with wet chemistry      443
Chlorophyll correlation with marine productivity      442
Chlorophyll density evaluation by matrix inversion      446
Chlorophyll detection limit      450
Chlorophyll detection limit by airborne lidar      443 449 450
Chlorophyll effective fluorescence cross section      445
Chlorophyll fluorescence band      428 444
Chlorophyll fluorescence band center wavelength      444
Chlorophyll mapping for fisheries      7
Circle of least confusion      266
Circularly polarized light      19
Cl (chlorine) data for fluorescence lidar      341
Clamped population inversion      159
Classical electron radius and absorption      90
Classical electron radius and near resonance Raman scattering      114
Clear air turbulence      320
Climate modeling      331
Cloud (noctilucent)      357
Cloud backscattering returns      351
Cloud ceiling      331
Cloud dust and ice depolarization studies      351
Cloud formation and dynamics      350
Cloud height and structure measurement      350
Cloud models      55
Cloud particle mode radius      55
CO (carbon monoxide) pollution      5
CO absorption cross section      118
CO ambient lidar monitoring      389
CO detection by long-path absorption      384
CO detection through fast derivative spectroscopy      386
CO dial measurement using foliage for backscattering      391 392
CO infrared absorption lines      387
CO laser for IR-DIAL      390
CO lidar monitoring from traffic      388 389
CO long-path absorption measurement      235
CO Raman backscattering cross section      108
CO Raman wavenumber shift      18
CO sources and concentrations      8
CO threshold detection by Raman lidar      287—289
CO vibrational distribution      83
CO vibronic band      81
Coaxial lidar      214 260
Coaxial lidar signal dependence on detector size      271
Coaxial lidar telescope effective area      269
Coaxial lidar with central obstruction      272
Coaxial lidar without central obstruction      275
Coherent laser output      160
Collision broadening influence on DIAL      306
Collision broadening lifetime limited      96
Collision broadening Lorentz approach      95
Collision line profile      97
Collision quenching rate      116 247
Color groups in phytoplankton      443
Comb filter      111
Comet as source of atmospheric dust      363
Complex amplitude gain coefficient      153
Conduction energy band      197
Confocal cavity TEM-modes      176
Confocal resonator      175
Confocal resonator (symmetric)      17 178
Confusion (circle of least)      266
Confusion (radius of)      267
Conservative electric field      12
Continental haze      54
Continuity of energy      122
Convoluted line profile      101 102
Convolution integrals      442
Coplanar      26
Coplanar misalignment      269
Cosmic radiation      228
Coulomb far field      19 30
Coulomb near field      29
Coulomb potential field      64
Coulomb's law      12
Coupling of radiation field and medium      127 129
Covariance factor      299
Critical population inversion density      154
Cross section (differential) for Mie scattering      49
Cross section (differential) for Rayleigh scattering      41 42
Cross section (extinction)      54
Cross section (total Mie scattering)      54
Cross section (total Rayleigh scattering)      41 42
Cross section for atmospheric constituents      43
Cross section for fluorescence      113 115 116
Cross section for inelastic scattering      106 109
Cryogenically cooled semiconductor laser      386
Current multiplication factor      228
CW lasers for dial      390
Dark current      217
Dark current and photon counting      229
Dark-current influence of cooling      229
Dark-current limit      231 290
Dark-current noise      223
DAS (differential absorption and scattering)      209 see
DAS advantages      212
DAS comparison with other lidar techniques      281 282
DAS measurements of $H_{2}O$      323 327
DAS measurements of temperature      335
Data for fluorescence lidar      341
Data-handling techniques      215
Degeneracy for hydrogen      63
Degeneracy in Boltzmann relation      82 89
Degeneracy l-fold      64
Degeneracy ratio of      128
Degeneracy rotational      84
Degree of polarization      46
Degree of polarization for Mie scattering      51
Degrees of freedom      69
Degrees of freedom for polyatomic molecule      75
Delta function (for narrow laser spectral distribution)      130
Density measurement relative error      303
Depolarization lidar      352
Depolarization measurements of cloud ice and water      350 351
Depolarization multiple scattering      58
Depolarization of clouds      58
Depolarization ratio definition      46
Depolarization ratio for air      344
Depolarization ratio from Placzek theory      110
Depolarization ratio measurement from altostratus clouds      354
Depolarization values for atmospheric constituents      47
Derivative spectroscopy      234
Derivative spectroscopy signal      236
Detailed balance      89
Detection limit for Hg using DIAL      394
Detectivity D* (of detector)      231
Detectivity for solid state detectors      290
Detectivity of HgCdTe detector      391
Detectivity spectral dependence      232
Detector area and laser scattered signal      271
Detector detectivity      231 232 290
Detector efficiency factor      297
Detector integration period      245
Detector integration period and photodetection bandwidth      227
Detector integration period and range resolution      241 253
Detector optimum radius      272
Detector size and lidar signal compression      276
DF (deuterium fluoride) laser for $N_{2}O$ detection      392
DF laser for $SO_{2}$ detection      393
DF laser for HCl remote measurements      411
DIAL $NO_{2}$ distribution over a chemical factory      405
DIAL (differential absorption lidar)      212
DIAL (NASA system)      328—331
DIAL airborne $O_{3}$ profile measurements      348
DIAL and ozonesonde comparison      349
DIAL atmospheric $H_{2}O$ profile measurement      323 327
DIAL balloon-borne measurements of $O_{3}$ and OH      341 342
DIAL comparison of atmospheric to topographical backscattering      399
DIAL detection limit      292
DIAL equation      243
DIAL error analysis      305
DIAL influence of atmospheric turbulence      309
DIAL influence of collision broadening      306
DIAL influence of laser line width      315
DIAL influence of receiver spectral window      315
DIAL infrared laser line width constraints      319
DIAL laser-linewidth limitations      314
DIAL measurements of $NO_{2}$ over Redwood City      398
DIAL measurements of $SO_{2}$ over Goteburg City      399
DIAL measurements using foliage for backscattering      391
DIAL minimum concentration detection      385
DIAL relative error as ratio of laser to absorption line widths      319
DIAL relative error for finite laser linewidth      317
DIAL relative error in density      308 310
DIAL return signal for $O_{3}$ using $CO_{2}$ laser      349 350
DIAL shuttle-borne $H_{2}O$ system      329
DIAL signal ratio equation      244
DIAL signal to noise ratio      310
DIAL systematic error due to finite laser linewidth      314
DIAL threshold number density      292
DIAL trace constituent mapping      305
DIAL use in stratosphere      305
DIAL using two $CO_{2}$ lasers      234
DIAL vertical $H_{2}O$ distribution measurement      332
DIAL with multipass $H_{2}O$ absorption cell      329
DIAL-system parameters for HCl detection      413
Diatomic molecule      69
Diatomic molecule anharmonic oscillator      74
Diatomic molecule anharmonicity constant      74
Diatomic molecule band heads      81
Diatomic molecule centrifugal distortion constant      76
Diatomic molecule coordinate system      70
Diatomic molecule harmonic approximation      71
Diatomic molecule nonrigid rotator      76
Diatomic molecule parameters      75
Diatomic molecule rigid rotational model      75
Diatomic molecule rotational constant      76 81
dielectric constant      12
Dielectric interference filters      220
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