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Inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere

by V. E. Zuev

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmosphere -- Remote sensing.,
  • Inverse problems (Differential equations),
  • Optical radar.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementV.E. Zuev, I.E. Naats.
    SeriesSpringer series in optical sciences ;, v. 29
    ContributionsNaat͡s︡, I. Ė.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC871.2 .Z8313 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 260 p. :
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3490650M
    ISBN 100387109137
    LC Control Number82010417

    Characterization of airborne particulate matter, both dust particles and aerosols, has been a major challenge to researchers. Lidar (light detection and ranging) techniques have been used to make remote sensing measurements of the aerosol optical extinction and other properties of optical scattering from the particles in the atmosphere. In this thesis, a range of technologies available in the. Using known LIDAR signal equations and analytical models of internal waves (IW), we develop a model and an algorithm for numerically modeling the IW-induced LIDAR image generated by several lower order IW modes. These are used to analyze the possible methods to solve the inverse problem and determine the IW parameters from their LIDAR images.

    The Lidar and Dial techniques have become well established laser based methods for the remote sensing of the atmosphere. They are often implemented to probe almost any level of the atmosphere and to acquire information to validate theoretical models about different topics of atmospheric physics. Using known LIDAR signal equations and analytical models of internal waves, a model and an algorithm for numerically modeling the IW-induced LIDAR image generated by several lower order IW modes will be developed. These will be used to analyze the possible methods to solve the inverse problem and determine the IW parameters from their LIDAR images.

      13 April Inverse problems of lidar sensing of the ocean. I. S. Dolina, L. S. Dolin, I. M. Levin, A We consider the inverse problems in the retrieval of the water's inherent optical properties (IOP) and the properties of the hydro-physical processes taking place in a water body using the returned signal of an oceanic lidar.   19 November Solving the inverse problem and estimation of H 2 O sensing possibility on short paths using a femtosecond laser source. G. G. Matvienko, A. Ya. Sukhanov LIDAR: Laser Remote Sensing Of The Atmosphere Proceedings of SPIE (April 08 .


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This monograph undertakes to present systematically the methods for solving inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere, with emphasis on lidar techniques that are based on the use of light scattering by Edition: Softcover Reprint of The Original 1st Ed.

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This monograph undertakes to present systematically the methods for solving inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere, with emphasis on lidar techniques that are based on the use of light scattering by aerosols.

Inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere Volume 29 of Springer-Verlag Series in Optical SciencesAuthor: Madison J.

Post. Provides tools and techniques to identify and address distortions and to interpret data coming from Lidar sensing technology. This book covers the issues encountered in separating the backscatter and transmission terms in the LIDAR equation when profiling the atmosphere with zenith-directed and vertically-scanning Lidars.

Atmosphere, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, The upper troposphere and the middle atmosphere (stratosphere–mesosphere) are regions in which dynamic, radiative, and photochemical processes are closely coupled and where a high impact of global climate change is expected.

Discussion of need for and potential of atmospheric remote sensing techniques. Basic principles and the inherent 'Inverse Problem' 2. Theory. Radiative transfer in the atmosphere relevant to various remote sensing problems - atmospheric spectroscopy and absorption, scattering and emission of solar and atmospheric radiation at various.

Summary: This monograph undertakes to present systematically the methods for solving inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere, with emphasis on lidar techniques that are based on the use of light scattering by aerosols.

The multifrequency lidar inverse problem is a term describing the problem of calculating the optical characteristics of the atmosphere (especially the extinction and backscattering coefficients). Preceding chapters have dealt with light scattering by aerosols for remote sensing of atmospheric aerosol formations.

The main subject of the following discussion is remote determination of atmospheric parameters using lidar techniques that exploit light scattering by aerosols. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zuev, V.E. (Vladimir Evseevich).

Inverse problems of lidar sensing of the atmosphere. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag. Lidar: Range-Resolved Optical Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere Claus Weitkamp Written by leading experts in the field of Lidar, this book brings allthe recent applications and practices up-to-date.

Houever, the lidar inverse problem in aerosol studies applies to calculating the aerosol microstructure parameters (of uhich the most important is the size distribution n) from the backscattered lidar signal data. The subject of this paper is a numerical calculation of the size distribution of ensembles of tug-layer particles.

Written by leading experts in optical radar, or lidar, this book brings all the recent practices up-to-date and covers a multitude of applications, from atmospheric sciences to environmental protection. Its broad cross-disciplinary scope should appeal to both the experienced scientist and the novice in the : Hardcover.

GMA • To be called, Principles of remote sensing • A semester course and to consist of theory and practical exercises • Theory: Remote sensing process, Photogrammetry, introduction to multispectral, remote sensing systems, Thermal infra-red remote sensing, Active and passive remote sensing, LIDAR, Application of remotely sensed data.

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With a Foreword by one of the founding fathers in the area. Its broad cross-disciplinary scope should appeal to scientists ranging from the view of optical sciences to environmental engineers.

Optical remote sensing has matured to become a lead method for cross-disciplinary. Lidar techniques have been widely employed for atmospheric remote sensing during past decades. However, an important drawback of the traditional atmospheric pulsed lidar technique is the large blind range, typically hundreds of meters, due to incomplete overlap between the.

An inverse problem in science is the process of calculating from a set of observations the causal factors that produced them: for example, calculating an image in X-ray computed tomography, source reconstruction in acoustics, or calculating the density of the Earth from measurements of its gravity is called an inverse problem because it starts with the effects and then calculates the.Scientists use the Lidar Atmospheric Sensing Experiment (LASE) system to obtain comprehensive, remote water vapor observations for a better understanding of its many roles in the atmosphere.

Since the s, scientists have used lidars (light detection and ranging) to study the atmosphere.Written by leading experts in optical radar, or lidar, this book brings all the recent practices up-to-date and covers a multitude of applications, from atmospheric sciences to environmental protection.

Its broad cross-disciplinary scope should appeal to both the experienced scientist and the novice in the field.