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ERIC Number: ED084109
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 35
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Recent Progress in the Remote Detection of Vapours and Gaseous Pollutants.
Moffat, A. J.; And Others
Work has been continuing on the correlation spectrometry techniques described at previous remote sensing symposiums. Advances in the techniques are described which enable accurate quantitative measurements of diffused atmospheric gases to be made using controlled light sources, accurate quantitative measurements of gas clouds relative to background using solar illumination and semi-quantitation measurements of well diffused atmospheric gases using solar illumination. Specific applications of these techniques are described including preliminary results of a high altitude balloon experiment designed to test the feasibility of measuring pollution at the earth's surface from high altitude balloons and satellites. (Author/RH)
National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia 22151 (N72-29467, PC-$3.75 MF-$0.95)
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Authoring Institution: Barringer Research Ltd., Rexdale (Ontario).