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  • publication . Article . 1997
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    Brendan T. McGuckin; D. A. Haner; Robert T. Menzies;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    The reflectance properties of an engineering model (EM) of the Spectralon panel intended for use within an on-board calibrator (OBC) on the NASA Multiangle Imaging Spectroradiometer (MISR) instrument have been fully characterized with regard to panel uniformity and isot...

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  • publication . Article . 1986
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    Walter Carnuth; Reinhold Reiter;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    Klett’s new backward inversion algorithm is used to derive optical extinction coefficient profiles from lidar returns from cloudy and foggy atmospheres. Possible influences of multiple scattering and spatially varying backscatter/extinction ratios are discussed, and a s...

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  • publication . Other literature type . Article . 1987
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    Authors:
    Philpot, William D.;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    The singly scattered irradiance (SSI) model is an approximate radiative transfer model designed to describe optically shallow stratified waters. It is intended to be a tool to aid interpretation of remote (satellite or aircraft) observations of water color. The SSI mode...

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  • publication . Article . 2000
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    Authors:
    Joëlle Nicolas; F. Pierron; Michel Kasser; Pierre Exertier; Pascal Bonnefond; François Barlier; Jennifer S. Haase;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    The French Transportable Laser Ranging Station (FTLRS) is a highly mobile satellite laser ranging (SLR) system unit that weighs 300 kg and is housed in eight containers. This telemetry laser station is dedicated to the tracking of geodetic satellites equipped with retro...

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  • The development of remote-sensing instruments that can be used to monitor several parameters at the same time is important for the study of complex processes such as those that control climate and environment. In this paper the performance of a new concept of lidar rece...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 1998
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    Alkiviadis Bais; Kazadzis, S.; Balis, D.; Zerefos, C. S.; Blumthaler, M.;
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    We present a methodology for correcting the global UV spectral measurements of a Brewer MKIII spectroradiometer for the error introduced by the deviation of the angular response of the instrument from the ideal response. This methodology is applicable also to other Brew...

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  • publication . Article . 1984
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    Authors:
    Raymond C. Smith; Charles R. Booth; Jeffrey L. Star;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    A new oceanographic instrument to measure underwater optical, biological, and physical properties has been designed, built, and used extensively at sea. The new instrument system is a significant advance that permits optimum sampling strategies using ship, aircraft, and...

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  • publication . Other literature type . Article . 2005
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    Authors:
    Martin Herold; Roberts, D.;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    We integrate ground spectrometry, imaging spectrometry, and in situ pavement condition surveys for assessment of asphalt road infrastructure. There is strong spectral evidence for asphalt aging and deterioration. Several spectral measures derived from field and image sp...

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  • Diffractive target plates are used to emulate aerosols of known size and concentration. These target plates are used to validate and determine the sensitivity of a multiple-field-of-view lidar signal inversion technique based on double-scattering measurement to retrieve...

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  • publication . Article . 1986
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    Authors:
    Kenneth Sassen; Richard L. Petrilla;
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    Publisher: The Optical Society

    The generation of ruby lidar depolarization from multiple scattering in marine stratus clouds has been examined systematically from a field site on the southern California coast. Investigated were the effects on the linear depolarization ratio δ of lidar receiver field ...

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