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Lidar Remote Sensing for Industry and Environment MonitoringContents include the following: 1. Keynote paper: Overview of lidar technology for industrial and environmental monitoring in Japan. 2. lidar technology I: NASA's future active remote sensing mission for earth science. Geometrical detector consideration s in laser sensing application (invited paper). 3. Lidar technology II: High-power femtosecond light strings as novel atmospheric probes (invited paper). Design of a compact high-sensitivity aerosol profiling lidar. 4. Lasers for lidars: High-energy 2 microns laser for multiple lidar applications. New submount requirement of conductively cooled laser diodes for lidar applications. 5. Tropospheric aerosols and clouds I: Lidar monitoring of clouds and aerosols at the facility for atmospheric remote sensing (invited paper). Measurement of asian dust by using multiwavelength lidar. Global monitoring of clouds and aerosols using a network of micropulse lidar systems. 6. Troposphere aerosols and clouds II: Scanning lidar measurements of marine aerosol fields at a coastal site in Hawaii. 7. Tropospheric aerosols and clouds III: Formation of ice cloud from asian dust particles in the upper troposphere. Atmospheric boundary layer observation by ground-based lidar at KMITL, Thailand (13 deg N, 100 deg. E). 8. Boundary layer, urban pollution: Studies of the spatial correlation between urban aerosols and local traffic congestion using a slant angle scanning on the research vessel Mirai. 9. Middle atmosphere: Lidar-observed arctic PSC's over Svalbard (invited paper). Sodium temperature lidar measurements of the mesopause region over Syowa Station. 10. Differential absorption lidar (dIAL) and DOAS: Airborne UV DIAL measurements of ozone and aerosols (invited paper). Measurement of water vapor, surface ozone, and ethylene using differential absorption lidar. 12. Space lidar I: Lightweight lidar telescopes for space applications (invited paper). Coherent lidar development for Doppler wind measurement from the International Space Station. 13. Space lidar II: Using coherent Doppler lidar to estimate river discharge. 14. Poster session: Lidar technology, optics for lidar. Laser for lidar. Middle atmosphere observations. Tropospheric observations (aerosols, clouds). Boundary layer, urban pollution. Differential absorption lidar. Doppler lidar. and Space lidar.
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Acquisition Source
Langley Research Center
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Singh, Upendra N.
(NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA United States)
Itabe, Toshikazu
(Tohoku Inst. of Tech. Sendai, Japan)
Sugimoto, Nobuo
(National Inst. for Environmental Studies Japan)
Date Acquired
August 20, 2013
Publication Date
January 7, 2000
Publication Information
Publication: Lidar Remote Sensing for Industry and Environment Monitoring
ISSN: 0277-786X
ISBN: 0-8194-3806-5
Subject Category
Communications And Radar
Meeting Information
Meeting: Lidar Remote Sensing for Industry and Environment Monitoring
Location: Sendai
Country: Japan
Start Date: October 9, 2000
End Date: October 12, 2000
Sponsors: National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System, International Society for Optical Engineering, Tohoku Inst. of Tech., TRW, Inc., National Space Development Agency, NASA Langley Research Center
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