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A method for remote detection of oil spills using laser-excited Raman backscattering and backscattered florescence

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2 Author(s)
Sato, T. ; Electrotech. Lab., Tokyo, Japan ; Kashiwagi, H.

Laser methods for the remote detection of oil present as a pollutant in the sea water using Raman backscattering and back scattered fluorescence are discussed and compared. The scattering spectra of oils excited by a cw Ar ion laser which were obtained by using a laser Raman spectro meter are described. Theoretical performance of a laser-Raman rader for the remote detection of oil are discussed. The back scattering spectra of oils in the sea water obtained by a laser rader scheme are also described.

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OCEAN 75 Conference

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22-25 Sept. 1975

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