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Remote Sensing
Editor(s): Robert T. Menzies

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Volume Number: 0644
Date Published: 7 July 1986

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Laser Excited Fluorescence For Forensic Diagnostics
Author(s): Robert E. McKinney
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An Evaluation Of Factors Affecting The Analysis Of Metals Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (Libs)
Author(s): David A. Cremers; Delbert J. Romero
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Time Resolved Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectrometry For Rapid Alloy Analysis
Author(s): Leon J. Radziemski; John A. Millard; Robert H. Dalling
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LIBS vs TRELIBS - The Relative Merits Of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Versus Time Resolved Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
Author(s): L. Cadwell; J. Belliveau; L. Huwell; H. Griffin
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Application Of Cars To Practical Combustion Environments
Author(s): Gregory M. Dobbs; Alan C. Eckbreth
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Light-Scattering Measurements Of Soot Particles In Flames
Author(s): W. L. Flower
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Laser Fluorescence Measurements For Fuel Sprays
Author(s): L. A. Melton; A. M. Murray; J. F. Verdieck
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Reaction Monitoring On Metal And Ceramic Surfaces Using Laser Light Scattering
Author(s): J. C. Hamilton; R. J. Anderson; K. F. McCarty; A. S. Nagelberg
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Airborne Inertial Surveying Using Laser Tracking And Profiling Techniques
Author(s): Edward J. Cyran
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An Optical Inversion Technique To Remotely Sense Atmospheric Turbulence Spectra, Cri Profiles And Cross-Wind Velocity
Author(s): Robert M. Manning
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Earth Resources Instrumentation For The Space Station Polar Platform
Author(s): Martin J. Donohoe; Deborah Vane
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Conceptual Design Of The High-Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (HIRIS) For Eos
Author(s): Mark Herring
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Preliminary System Concepts For Modis: A Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer For EOS
Author(s): W. L. Barnes; H. Ostrow; V. V. Salomonson
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The Earth Observing System (EOS) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
Author(s): JoBea Cimino; Dan Held
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