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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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Lidar optical and electronic system of National Swedish EPB      407 408
Lidar Raman spectra from air and oil smoke      402
Lidar Raman spectra from automobile exhaust      403
Lidar receiver optics      214
Lidar receiver systems      217
Lidar scattering ratio profiles following eruption of Volcan de Fuego      361
Lidar signal distortion through attenuation      282
Lidar signal for obstructed and unobstructed biaxial and coaxial configurations      275
Lidar signal power (for scattering)      239
Lidar signal with geometrical compression      273
Lidar signal with unobstructed biaxial and coaxial configurations      274
Lidar simulation of arctic (nonvolcanic) backscattering      301
Lidar sodium temperature evaluation      367 368
Lidar spaceborne planned experiments      380 381
Lidar spectral width      316
Lidar stratospheric aerosol backscattering measurements      362
Lidar studies of volcanic dust      360
Lidar system for sodium and potassium measurements      369
Lidar system for sodium measurements      373
Lidar system parameter      297
Lidar system parameters for HCl remote detection      413
Lidar technique comparison      281 282
Lidar techniques      206 207
Lidar temperature measurement based on differential rotational Raman scattering      333 334
Lidar temperature measurement using DAS      335
Lidar temperature measurement using DAS on $O_{2}$ A-band      338
Lidar threshold detection of CO      287—289
Lidar two-wavelength signal ratio      244
Lidar types of measurement      213
Lidar upper-atmospheric temperature profile measurement      333
Lidar with geometrical compression      411
Lifetime correction factor in lidar equation      250 251
Lifetime correction factor limiting value      255 256
Lifetime correction factor variation with penetration depth      252—254
Light (Brewster angle)      29
Light amplification by stimulated emission      146
Light circularly polarized      19
Light elliptically polarized      19
Light partially polarized      20
Light plane polarized      18
Light propagation      122
Light total internal reflection      28
Light unpolarized      19
Lignin sulfonate      451
Line profile function      88 96 99
Line profile function (collision)      96
Line profile function (combined Gaussian and dispersive)      100
Line profile function (dispersive)      100
Line profile function (Gaussian)      99
Line profile function (Lorentzian)      96
Line profile function (natural)      90
Line profile function (Voigt)      101
Line strength      38
Linear photodiode array      276
Local differential-absorption optical depth      308
Logarithmic amplifiers      216 277
Long-path absorption      234
Long-path absorption for temperature evaluation      337
Long-path resonance absorption sensitivity limit      389
Long-patn resonance absorption      384
Lorentzian (natural and collision) line profile      96
Lorentzian and Gaussian combined line profile      100
Lorentzian line profile      96
Lorentzian line profile classical derivation      38
Loschmidt's number      42 293
Loschmidt's number and absorption coefficient      119
Loss (diffraction) of cavity      177
Loss mechanisms for laser      152
Luminescence rejection in Raman lidar      234
Lyot (birefringent) filters      182 197 220
Magnetic fields      12
Magnetic induction      16
Magnetic permeability      12
Magnetic potential      12
Mapping of trace constituents      305
Marine attenuation coefficient      446
Matrix element      67
Matrix element of dipole moment      87
Matrix element of dipole moment for molecular transition      91
Matrix form of lidar equation      446
Maximum permissible exposure (MPE)      203
Maxwell — Boltzmann distribution      82 98
Maxwell's equations      11
Maxwellian velocity distribution      98—99
MDE      see "Minimum detectable energy entries"
Mean concentration from lidar equation      384 385
Mercurous bromide laser      183 187
Mesopause aeroticulates and noctilucent clouds      357
Mesospheric dust of cometary origin      363
Mesospheric dust sources      362
Mesospheric Na and K laser sounding      370
Mesospheric Na and K sources      371
Mesospheric sodium lidar temperature measurement      367 368
Metal vapor lasers      188
Meteor shower as source of atmospheric Na      364
Meteoric deposition of sodium      368 371
Meteorological visual range      144
Microchannel plates      219
Mie backscattering efficiency      52
Mie intensity functions      49
Mie intensity functions polar diagrams of      50
Mie scattering      206
Mie scattering algorithm      51
Mie scattering cross section      208
Mie scattering differential cross section      49
Mie scattering volume backscattering coefficient      51
Milne coefficients      122 147
Minimum concentration detected by absorption lidar      385
Minimum detectable energy (MDE)      230
Minimum detectable energy general relation      233
Minimum detectable energy limiting cases      286
Minimum detectable molecular density (DIAL)      308
Minimum detectable signal      231
Minimum laser energy for DIAL threshold detection      292
Minimum laser energy for resonance absorption      397
Misalignment (coplanar)      269
Misalignment (optical)      265
Mobile lidar      378 406 408 410 422 449 459
Mobile lidar platforms      213
Mode (single)      160
Mode density (polarization)      160
Mode density (radiation)      90 150
Mode locked laser output      170
Mode locking      168 169
Mode pulling      165
Mode radius      55
Mode structure for Fabry — Perot resonator      153
Mode volume in semiconductor lasers      200
Modified Bessel function      268
Modified instrumental response function      442
Modified system parameter      292
Modulation of diode current      234
Molecular (to total) backscattering ratio      297
Molecular backscattering coefficient      42
Molecular band Einstein transition probability      93
Molecular band Franck — Condon factor      93
Molecular band Franck — Condon principle      93
Molecular cross sections for atmospheric constituents      43
Molecular number density relative error      308 310
Molecular orbitals      69
Molecular Rayleigh scattering      38
Molecular wave equation      67
Molecule anharmonicity      74
Molecule centrifugal distortion constant      76
Molecule diatomic      69
Molecule dissociation energy      73
Molecule heteronuclear      72
Molecule homonuclear      73
Molecule nonrigid rotator      76
Molecule rigid rotator      75 76
Molecule rotational branches      78 81
Molecule rotational constant      76
Molecule simple harmonic oscillator model      72
Monochromatic absorption      37
Monochromatic plane wave      14
Monochromator (double)      221
Monochromator (grating)      220
Monochromator Czerny — Turner      221
Monochromator etendue matching      224
Monomer and polymer forms of water      457 458
Monopath attenuation coefficient      419
Monostatic atmosphere transmissometer      323
Mount St. Helens volcanic dust mapping by lidar      360 362
Multipath attenuation coefficient      419
Multiple exponential function      442
Multiple scattered return from cirrus cloud      353
Multiple scattering      58
Multiple-scattering depolarization of spherical particles      350
Multiplicity      65
N-type semiconductor      197
Na and K distributions in mesosphere      371
Na and K sources      371
Na data for fluorescence lidar      341
Na density profile from fluorescence lidar      365
Na layer daytime enhancement      365
Na layer photochemical equilibrium      367
Na lidar profile evaluation      373 375 376
Na meteoric origin      368
Na peak column density      370
Na temperature lidar measurement      367 368
Na vapor cell for dye laser tuning      366
Na vapor cell for sodium layer temperature evaluation      366 367
Na vapor cell reduction factor      366
Na vertical transport      368
Na/K lidar measurement      372
Nadir angle      421 435
Narrow band filters      220
NASA airborne DIAL system      346
NASA airborne oceanographic lidar      422
NASA atmospheric lidar working group      377
NASA elastic backscattering lidar      361
NASA goals for shuttle lidar      375
NASA objectives for shuttle lidar      376
NASA oceanographic lidar for mapping oil spill      437
NASA oceanographic lidar parameters      436
NASA water-vapor DIAL system      328—331
Natural background radiation      224 226
Natural broadening      90 94
Natural broadening (homogeneous)      100
natural light      49
Natural line profile      90
Natural line profile (dispersive)      100
Natural line profile (Lorentzian)      96
Natural radioactivity      228
Nd-YAG laser (high repetition frequency doubled)      421
Nd-YAG lidar for elastic backscattering      301
Near field scattering (elimination of)      264
Near-field backscattered radiation      214
Negative temperature      146
Neodymium YAG (solid state) laser      182 184
Neodymium YAG laser (q-switching)      166 183
Newtonian telescope      214 215 259
Nighttime sodium layer lidar measurements      367
Nitrogen laser      188
Nitrogen laser (high-repetition)      222
NO (nitric oxide) sources and concentrations      8
NO absorption cross section      118
NO and acid rain      6
NO data for fluoroescence lidar      341
NO detection by long path absorption      384
NO fluorescence and absorption cross section      117
NO infrared absorption lines      387
NO lidar detection from individual vehicle      388
NO lidar monitoring from traffic      389
NO monitoring by IR-DIAL      390 392
NO Raman backscattering cross section      108
NO Raman wavenumber shift      108
Noctilucent clouds      357
Nodal planes of field distribution      176
Noise (atmospheric thermal fluctuations)      234
Noise (background)      227 228
Noise (dark-current)      225
Noise (shot)      223 227
Noise (thermal)      228
Noise (types)      223
Noise reduction techniques      233
Noncooperative backscatters      337
Nonequilibrium population      147
Nonlinear crystals for frequency doubling      185 196
Nonlocalized wave function      197
Nonrigid rotator      76
Nonvolcanic backscattering measurements      300
Normal incidence, Snell's law      28
Normalized time      170
Northern hemisphere increased aeroticulate loading      362
Nuclear charge      62
Nuclear wave function      92
Number density      128
Numerical aperture      29
O (oxygen) data for fluorescence lidar      341
Obliquity factor      171
Oceangraphic mercurous bromide laser      187
Offset lidar configuration      216
OH (hydroxyl free radical)      7
OH and photochemical smog      7 340
OH catalytic ozone destruction      340
OH chemical activity in atmosphere      340
OH data for fluorescence lidar      341
OH fluorescence and absorption cross section      117
OH fluorescence lidar measurement of stratospheric temperature      338
OH laser induced fluorescence detection      340
OH measurements from balloon-borne facility      341
OH planned shuttle lidar measurements      381—383
OH role in atmospheric chemistry      382
OH-stretch water Raman band as reference signal      447 450 452
OH-stretch water Raman band for subsurface temperature determination      457
OH-stretch water Raman band signal      433
OH-stretch water Raman band spectra      458
OH-stretch water Raman scattering cross section      457
Oil density (API) correlation with fluorescence decay time      439
Oil slick detection      212
Oil slick radiative penetration depth      255 435 436
Oil smoke Raman spectrum (theoretical)      106
Oil spill airborne lidar detection      424 425
Oil spill characterization      425 426 431
Oil spill fluorescence correlation coefficient      426 431
Oil spill identification by correlation of laser fluorosensor signals      431
Oil spill map from airborne laser fluorosensor      437
Oil spill thickness equation      434
Oil spill thickness measurement      435
Oil spill thickness measurement by laser fluorosensor      431
Oil spill weathering biodegradation and dispersion      426 435 442
One dimensional radiative transfer equation      123
One dimensional radiative transfer equation solution      124
Optical depth      123
Optical depth and distortion of spectral line      125
Optical depth for homogeneous medium      124
Optical depth necessary for emission spectroscopy      126
Optical extinction due to rainfall      356
Optical geometry for airborne oceangraphic lidar      418
Optical interactions      206
Optical multichannel analyzer      426
Optical parametric oscillator as alternative source of IR-tunable radiation      393
Optical system misalignment      265
Optically thick lidar equation      255
Optically thick lidar equation (multiple laser wavelength)      444 446
Optically thick lidar equation in matrix form      446
Optically thick lifetime correction factor      254
Optically thin lifetime correction factor      252 253
Optics harmonic generation      17
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