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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0414

Optical Engineering for Cold Environments
Editor(s): George W. Aitken
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0414
Date Published: 22 September 1983
Softcover: 31 papers (0) pages
ISBN: 9780892524495

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Data Needs For Characterizing Winter Obscuration
Author(s): John F. Ebersole
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Cold Environment Fogs And Measurements
Author(s): James E Jiusto; G.Garland Lala
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A Portable Ice Crystal Replicator For Use In Snowfall Transmission Studies
Author(s): Joseph A. Warburton; Gary Keyser; Richard G. Purcell
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A Technique For Measuring The Mass Concentration Of Falling Snow
Author(s): James Lacombe
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Instruments Used For Snow Characterization In Support Of Snow-One-A And Snow-One-B
Author(s): Vernon G. Plank; Anthony J. Matthews; Robert O. Berthel
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Characterization Of Snow For Evaluation Of Its Effect On Electromagnetic Wave Propagation
Author(s): Roger H. Berger
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A Visible And Near-Infrared Scanning Photometer For Field Measurements Of Spectral Albedo And Irradiance Under Polar Conditions*
Author(s): Thomas C. Grenfell
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Progress In Methods Of Measuring The Free Water Content Of Snow
Author(s): David J. Fisk
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On The Characterization Of Ice Particles In The Atmosphere
Author(s): John Hallett
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Radiative Transfer In Snow And Bubbly Ice
Author(s): Craig F. Bohren
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Using Visual Range Data For Highway Operations In Blowing Snow
Author(s): Ronald D. Tabler
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Visible And Infrared Extinction And Precipitation Rate In Falling Snow
Author(s): Mary Ann Seagraves
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Scattering Corrections To Visible And Infrared Transmittance Measurements In Falling Snow
Author(s): L. W. Winchester
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Snow Characterization Measurements And E/O Correlations Obtained During SNOW-ONE-A and SNOW-ONE-B
Author(s): Vernon G. Plank; Robert O. Berthel; Barbara A. Main
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Multiple Scattering Effects For Laser Beam Propagation In Snow
Author(s): A. Deepak; U. O. Farrukh
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Performance Of A Coherent Lidar Remote Sensor In Snow And Fog
Author(s): R. M. Hardesty
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Contrast Transmission In Rain
Author(s): L. W. Winchester; G. G. Gimmestad; J. E. Jackovich
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Cross-Polarized Fabry-Perot Scatterometer Resonator
Author(s): J. E. Walsh; B. Hussey; P. Heim; J. Branscum
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Characterization Of Millimeter Wave Propagation Through A Turbid Atmosphere
Author(s): F. L. Merat; P. C. Claspy; R. M . Manning
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Millimetre-Wave Propagation Through Snow
Author(s): H.Bruce Wallace
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High-Angle Backscatter from Snow on the Ground
Author(s): Joseph E. Knox
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Comments On The Metamorphism Of Snow
Author(s): S. C. Colbeck
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Civil Remote Sensing For Cold Environments
Author(s): Samuel W. McCandless
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Use Of Space Station For Earth And Planetary Exploration
Author(s): William L. Piotrowski
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Landsat-4 Thematic Mapper (TM) For Cold Environments
Author(s): Janette C. Gervin; H. L. McKim; Vincent V. Salomonson
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Observations Of The Earth Using Nighttime Visible Imagery
Author(s): J. L. Foster
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Determination Of Mobility And Trafficability Indicators With Multifrequency Imaging Radar
Author(s): Arthur R. Benton; Andrew J. Blanchard; Richard W. Newton
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The Use Of Airborne Lasers In Terrestrial And Water Environments
Author(s): William B. Krabill; L. E. Link; R. N. Swift
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Airborne Snow Water Equivalent And Soil Moisture Measurement Using Natural Terrestrial Gamma Radiation
Author(s): Thomas R. Carroll; John C. Schaake, Jr.
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Cryogenic infrared imaging beryllium telescope for Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS)
Author(s): William P Devereux
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Telescope Design In The German Infrared Laboratory (GIRL)
Author(s): Rudolf Schlegelmilch
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