Air pollution measurement, Remote sensing
Atmospheric pollution in some degree has been around since time began. In recent times it has reached levels in some areas which proved to be harmful to man's health. A brief history review of these occurrences is presented. Laws have been enacted to combat this threat. A brief review of these laws is presented. Instruments for remote sensing of polluting sources are being developed to monitor ambient air quality and aid in enforcing these laws. A review of the techniques employed and the present state of the art is explored. Available instruments are presented in section III-5.
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Phillips, Ronald L.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
Environmental Systems Management
vi, 41 pages
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Air -- Pollution -- Measurement, Remote sensing
Perkins, Wendell Princeton, "Remote Sensing of Environmental Parameters" (1972). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 28.
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Phillips, Ronald L., 1942- [VIAF]