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Remote Sensing

Atmospheric aerosol measurements in São Paulo, Brazil
New lidar systems and algorithms permit in situ real-time monitoring as part of a global network.
Breaking down statements into their component facts, and developing a reporting format that includes the methods used to obtain them, helps improve the quality of image analysis.
21 August 2014
New instruments provide improved adaptive optics correction and allow the light emission from a planet to be resolved from the light of its host star.
8 August 2014

A new light-intensity modulation technique arising from a changing surface normal can measure the physical properties of a vibrating surface.

1 August 2014
A ground-based laser ranging system with atmospheric turbulence correction improves capabilities for tracking objects in orbit, alerting satellite operators to potential collisions.
31 July 2014
An integrated data fusion and mining technique predicts spatiotemporal microcystin distributions produced by harmful algal bloom.
23 July 2014
 
John Dudley: Celebration will highlight the global importance of light